New Hampshire Hall of Fame
/Deborah Alexander


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This Hall of Famer is certainly worthy of recognition. Twice a state champion of New Hampshire, and twice champion of New England. Debbie's victories on the courts are many including those in World Tournament competition.

Debbie was first introduced to the sport of horseshoes by her father - and in 1974 competed in her first World Tournament. She rose to prominence by winning the 1993 state women's Class A title with a seven game sweep and 69.5 percent ringers. In 1994 she captured the New England Class A championship with seven wins, no losses, and 76.5 percent ringers. One of the games was an 85.4 accuracy mark.
In 1996 she won the state championship with an 81.3 percentage, second highest in New Hampshire pitching history.
Another perfect slate of seven wins and a 79.3 percentage gave her the 1996 New England women's Class A championship. The following year she placed eight in the World Tournament with 72.13 including three games in the 80 percent range.