The Pelham/Windham Razorback clubs concluded their regular season last weekend and now look forward to playoff action.


Pelham/Windham 27

Londonderry Panthers 6

Congrats to Mitey Gold for ending the season with a 27-6 win over Londonderry. Thumbs up goes to Jacob Naylor, Shawn Sweeney, Jahvon Fox, Shea Kingsley, Joseph Lavalle, Kurtis Joliceur, Jack Harrington, Tommy Cahalane, Brendan Mcinnis, Stephen Bernebei, Brad Kamal, Connor Garside, Nick Decarolis, John Homsey, Chad Desautels, Pat Collins, Alex Jensen, Luke Tracy, Kelin Bail, Jason Gleason, Ryan O’Grady, Mark Edwards, Dustin Kingsley, Brian Hatch, JT Hodge, Mike Goglia, Troy Peters and Seth McCarthy. See you next season.


Pelham/Windham 19

Londonderry Panthers 0

Congratulations to the undefeated Razorbacks, who clinched the Division championship with an 8-0 record. On the opening drive Kevin D’Angelo broke 45 yards for the game’s first score. Nick Fisette caught a pass for the point after to make it 7-0. Alex Glaeser made a nice tackle on the kickoff return to eliminate any gain. On the next play the Razorbacks recovered a fumble. Chris Medeiros broke a run for 50 yards and scored to make it 13-0. On the ensuing kickoff Alex Glaeser made another nice tackle on the ballcarrier. The offensive line did a nice job paving the way for a Kevin D’angello touchdown to make it 19-0.

Defense was tough on both sides with blitzes and rushes, pass deflections and fumbles. Everyone played well and hard. A special thanks goes out to the gold and blue offensive lines and the gold and blue defense, whose hard work throughout the season team allowed all the lines to be rested and ready.

The Magic Bus will be ready Oct. 29 when the Razorbacks play their first playoff game.


Pelham/Windham 18

Londonderry Panthers 12

It was a tight first half with Joey Lorenz scoring on a quarterback sneak. Josh Meideros contributed to the success of this drive by completing three third-down conversions, while Josh Levell, Greg Irwin, Craig Harden, Connor Airey and Blaise Dolan supplied key blocks.

In the second half the Razorbacks scored on a 40-yard run by Kevin Cheam. The score was set up with great blocking by Andrew Koch and Nate Chartrand. Gaining tough yards for the Razorbacks were Colby Larsen and John Bourk.

Defensive standouts included Thomas Anderson, Devin DeCarteret, David Crichton, Mike Croartti, Constantinos Papadimoulis, Zack Rainha, Jeff Barry, Kevin Cooney, Michael Boardman and Zack Breton. The Razorbacks will host a playoff game Oct. 26.


Nashua Elks 22

Pelham/Windham 14

The Razorbacks offense struggled to sustain a drive in the early going but scored in the second quarter with a 28-yard touchdown pass from Dean Joyce to Josh Tremblayto take an 8-6 lead. Tremblay also caught a 28-yard touchdown strike from Aaron Brubaker in the fourth quarter to cap off a 17- play, 80-yard drive. Playing well offensively were Stephen Spirou, Tim Schaffer, Mike Lombard and Jared Matthews. The defense came out a little flat and allowed Nashua to drive for a touchdown on the opening drive. Defenders Anthony Bernabei, Corey Peterson and Cam Yergeau played well. The Razorbacks will be out to even the score when they again host the Nashua Elks Oct. 29 in an opening-round playoff game.