High School Highlights: Milford boys soccer wins in OT

Boys Soccer

Milford 7, Bow 6 (OT)

The Spartans (1-0) Noah Matthews put the game on his foot scoring the winning goal in overtime. Matthews had a total of three goals on the day, Connor Sullivan added two goals of his own, and teammates Ryan Thompson and Manny Alagna had one goal each.

Milford travels to Manchester West on Tuesday.

ConVal 4 , Souhegan 0

Ethan Ramm had a phenomenal performance in net with 11 saves, but the Sabers (0-1) offense hurt them in the end.

Souhegan hosts defending state champions Pembroke on Tuesday.

Girls Soccer

Hollis Brookline 1,

Merrimack Valley 0

AshLynn Hoey capped off her day by netting the game winning goal, off a pass from Tasha White with 14 minutes remaining. Abbie Ogren and Sophia Warren added to the overall team effort, with goalie Maggie Crooks contributing four saves. Hollis Brookline (1-0) hosts Manchester West on Monday.

Hanover 2, Souhegan 1

The Sabers dropped their season opener in tough back and forth battle. Souhegan’s lone goal was scored by Sloan Facques and goalie Lilly Batchelder made eight saves. Souhegan heads to Kingswood on Wednesday.

Milford 6, Sanborn 1

The Spartans started the season with a decisive home victory. Ashleigh Matsis (assist) and Syd Thibault paced the team with two goals each. Meg Sawyer controlled the defensive side and created problems for the Sanborn squad. Milford hosts Merrimack Valley on Tuesday.

Campbell 2, Raymond 1

The Cougars (1-0) start off their season with a close win on the road. Sara Keane got things started scoring the first goal with an assist by Madison Greenhalgh.

Freshman Josie Oberton scored her first varsity goal off an assist by Keane. Goalie Mackenzie Wagner pulled in six saves on the day.

Campbell has their home opener on Tuesday against Trinity.


Spaulding 218,

BG 219, Merrimack 313

The Cardinals (1-1) were just a couple of shots shy of the win in Spaulding. Jack Fitzgerald had the low score on the day with a 39. Hitting a few shots behind were Alex Koutsos (42), Ryan Horgan (45), Jasmine Javanbakht (46), Aaron Prett (47), and Cody Sheedy (47). Bishop Guertin will face Nashua South and Bedford on Tuesday. Even though Merrimack wasn’t in contention it was led by the performance of Cam Higham who shot a 46. Tyler Seaver (63), Adam Carr (67), Hayden Lawton (68), Ryan Gosselin (69), Ethan Matte (89), and Nate Fleming (101) rounded out the scoring for the Tomahawks.

Merrimack plays Exeter and Winnacunnet on Tuesday.

Keene 210, Alvirne 215, Londonderry 218

Ryan Santos was the lone medalist for the Broncos (1-3) hitting a 36, in what was a close contest. Tyler Lizotte was right behind with a 38, Jackie Dowd shot a 43, Michael Dowling and Brett McKinley shot a 49 each.

Alvirne will Hanover, Manchester Central, and Dover on Sept. 5.