Jeff JHO Hoyland’s Outstanding School Sports Coverage

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

As the 2016-2017 BHS sports seasons draw to a close, The Citizen would like to acknowledge Bedford’s many fine athletes and Jeff JHO Hoyland for his dedicated coverage of so many events. Thank you: our school sports coverage depends on you. Click the following links to see the hundreds of images that Jeff has posted to his Facebook page, Bedford Snapshots.

BHS Softball Wins 5-3 Over Lincoln-Sudbury in a Thiller

By Jeff JHO Hoyland

The weather finally cooperated and the BHS Varsity Softball team was able to play on their home field – “C” field. Nothing like playing a perennial powerhouse Lincoln-Sudbury.

Although Capt. Nicole Kennedy got a single on the very first Bedford at-bat, LS scored the first two runs in the top of the second, sending 7 players to the plate.

BHS Girls Tennis Evens up Season Record at 2-2 With a Win over Waltham

By Jeffrey JHo Hoyland

While the drizzle washed out the baseball and softball games, the BHS Girls Tennis team played under the protected courts at Waltham Athletic Club. Bedford defeated Waltham 5-0 in convincing sets. Bedford Freshman Aneesha Manne defeated Waltham Senior Tiffany Nguyen 6-0 6-0. Junior Mari Fay repeated that score against Waltham’s Brianna Homsi. Third Single player Sarah Pequeno defeated Gina Herosian 6-2 6-2

Competing in the Ocean State Grand Nationals: Rob Ackerman

Special to The Bedford Citizen

Rob Ackerman, a student at Endicott College and an instructor at Callahan’s Karate Studio in Bedford, recently took part in the Ocean State Grand Nationals, a nationally rated karate tournament in Warwick, RI. He competed in two divisions, each with athletes from around the United States, many of whom hold World Championship titles.

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