High School Highlights: Nashua North boys soccer wins in OT
Nashua North 2, Timberlane 1 (OT)
The Titans battled the Owls upping their record to 2-0 in the overtime win. North got on the board first with a goal from Ely Ostler on a beautiful pass from Colin Miller. Timberlane tied it on a penalty kick with two minutes left in regulation. North scored the wining goal three minutes into overtime, on a volley from Colin McMahon with the assists going to Quinn Hilger and Sami Dieu Merci. Stephen Norris played well between the pipes, while Ryan Downing, Martin Flaherty, and Tony Jones played strong defensively. North will travel to Winnacunnet on Friday.
Keene 5, Bishop Guertin 1
Michael Poublon was solid in goal for the Cardinals (0-2), who got their lone goal from Trent Porcelli in the second half. Defenders Mark McGaughey and Sam Mullet also played well for BG, which hosts Windham on Friday.
Manchester Central 3,
Nashua South 0
The Panthers get shutout for the first time this season as they fall to 1-1 on the season. Roe Hendrick had six saves in net. South will host Manchester Memorial on Thursday.
Pelham 1, Milford 0
After winning the first game of the season, the Spartans (1-2) drop their second in a row, both by shutout. Noah Matthews nearly tied things up with just a few minutes left, but Milford was left empty. The Spartans head to Manchester West on Wednesday.
Coe-Brown 6, Souhegan 0
The Sabers drop to 0-3 on the season, with a loss to a stout Coe-Brown squad. Ethan Ramm had another solid game in net with seven saves. Souhegan travels to Hollis Brookline on Friday.
Milford 8, Manchester West 1
The Spartans (3-0) keep their early season success intact, with a decisive win on Tuesday. Abby Stillwagon had a strong game providing many scoring opportunities and putting one in herself. Mikayla Thompson and Ashleigh Matsis controlled the middle of the field to help secure the win. Milford plays ConVal on
Bishop Guertin 5, Keene 1
The Cardinals got two goals from freshman Molly Finn plus a good defensive game from Grace Kelly to take their season opener. They out shot Keene 10-4. Bishop Guertin will travel to Windham on Friday.
Timberlane 5, Nashua North 1
The Titans had the upper hand with 26 shots to the Owls 12, but North was not able to execute. Emilee DeLeo scored the lone goal for the Titans in a physical game. North will host Winnacunnet on Thursday.
Alvirne 5, Londonderry 1
The Broncos were dominated by the Lancers in the first half down 4-0. The second half was a different story, but Kelly Perry the only Alvirne goal on an assist from Emily Lizotte. Goalie Brittany Whiting had 15 saves in the game and Amy Steed played well defensively. Alvirne will play their home opener on Thursday against Goffstown.
Campbell 1, Hopkinton 0
The Cougars secure their third win and second shutout of the season on Tuesday. In an even match it was Autumn Thompson who scored on an assist by Madison Greenhalgh. Goalie Mackenzie Wagner finished off the game with some key saves down the stretch. Campbell travels to Bishop Brady on Friday.
Milford 3, Souhegan 0
The Spartans nailed down another shutout win with scores of 25-21, 25-19,25-13. Emily Flaherty had a big offensive game contributing 11 assists, one kill, two aces, and four digs on defense. Isabel Philbrick (three aces, two kills, two blocks) and Julia Guarniere (five aces, one kill, four digs) also helped out in the win on Tuesday. Milford is at Gilford on Thursday.
Pinkerton 185, Salem 227,
Central 243, Nashua South 244
It was a tough day on the green for the Panthers, but one bright spot was co medalist TJ Gillis shooting a 36. Rounding out the day for the South were Alexis St. Laurent (45), Kaylie Poulin (52), Grace Conard (54), and Steven Robbe (56). South is at Salem with Nashua North and Manchester Memorial on Thursday.
St. Thomas finished with 124 points to take a quad match quad match at Amherst Country Club, followed by the Sabers with 112. Goffstown (98) was third and Pembroke (77) was fourth.
John Henzell led the Sabers with 26 points, while Nick Jordan (23) and Jeff Boehm (22) were next. Lydia Tesconi had 21 points and Ethan Cockerill added 20.
Hollis Brookline third
The Cavaliers (88 points) are now 9-3 after finishing behind quad match winner Portsmouth (101) and second place
Oyster River. Milford was fourth with 50 points.
Aaron Brown and Grady Sturges each had 21 points while Matt Dias added 17, Garret Sturges 15 and Rory Klauber 14 for the Cavs. Portsmouth’s Peter Lown was high scorer with 24 points.
Sanborn 85, Campbell 43
The Cougars were led by Sean Ryan’s 12 points, followed by Shane Passaro’s 11 and 10 each by Nick Molinar and Jake Taylor.
The Titans (207) are now 1-6, beating Memorial (245) but finishing behind Exeter (198) and Concord (202) at Green Meadow. North’s Bryce Zimmerman was medalist with a 34, while other top Titans were Chris McQuinn (39), James Bolton (42) and Patrick Gillis (45).
The Cougars boys team finished third overall with 98 points. Jeffrey Allen won the event with a time of 16:11. The girls finished second in the event with 82 points. Cassie Hemming was the top finisher finishing seventh with a time of 20:38.
The Cavaliers boys squad ended the day in seventh with 157 points. Kenny Corsetti finished in sixth place with a time of 17:34. The girls grabbed a fifth place finish with 148 points. Even with a high placed finish overall, the Cavs highest finisher was Amy Pattelena (21:38) in eleventh.
The Spartans had troublesome day finishing twelfth (325). The bright spot was a great showing from Caleb Korthals placing in fifth place (17:30). The girls finished third overall with 95 points. Lauren Robinson was the highest finisher in third place (19:06).