High School Highlights: Nashua South boys soccer blanks Memorial

Boys soccer

Nashua South 3,

Manchester Memorial 0

The Panthers improve to 2-1 on the season with a shutout win. Sid Dutta, Emmanuel Orozco, and CJ Dawe each found the back of the net. Kody Lopez and Orozco helped out with one assist each. South heads to Alvirne on Tuesday.

Bishop Guertin 1, Windham 0

The Cardinals (1-2) notched their first tally in the win column Friday afternoon. The game was knotted at 0-0, until the second half when John Handy found the back of the net to secure the victory. Bishop Guertin will play Concord on Tuesday.

Hollis Brookline 1, Souhegan 0

The Cavaliers move to 3-1 after a one goal victory over the Sabers. Hollis Brookline’s Joey Dias scored the lone goal of the game twenty-eight minutes into the contest. Souhegan falters for the fourth time this season, despite a valiant effort from Ethan Ramm and Alex Linn. Hollis Brookline is set to host Manchester West on Tuesday. The Sabers will regroup September 14 to host ConVal.

Nashua North 1, Winnacunnet 0

The Titans move to 3-0 with their second shutout of the season. Sami Dieu Merci was the lone goal scorer of the contest. North’s defense was led by Stephen Norris and Thiago Ferriera. North plays Spaulding on Monday.

ConVal 2, Milford 0

The Spartans drop their fourth straight game on Friday afternoon. Despite the difficulty on offense, it was the duo of Manny Alagna and Jakob Harper that were hard at work on defense. Milford travels to Merrimack Valley on Tuesday.

Girls soccer

Bishop Guertin 2, Windham 1

The Cardinals improved to 2-0 with a big road win, courtesy of goals by Julie Nigro and Caitlyn Toom. Meg Lord also played well for the Cards. Bishop Guertin will have a road game Tuesday against Concord.

Merrimack 3, Keene 1

The Tomahawks (1-1) snatched their first victory of the season on Friday afternoon. Merrimack had three different goal scorers with Siobhan McMakin, Abby Morgan, and Isabella LaFauci. McMakin and Morgan also added assists to the three goals, while goalie Caitlyn Moran kept the game in check with 12 saves. Merrimack hosts Windham on Tuesday.

Milford 2, ConVal 1

The Spartans (4-0) keep their hot streak alive with a close win against ConVal on Friday. Syd Thibault scored both goals for Milford and was assisted by Emmy Sullivan and Meg Sawyer. Ashley Wilder caused problems in the midfield, which Milford was able to muster up 18 shots on net. Milford plays Hollis Brookline on Tuesday on Tuesday.

Wilton-Lyndeborough 4, Colebrook 2

Sophie Sistachs scored two goals to lead the Warriors (3-0) to third victory of the season. The Warriors struggled in the first half, but defense picked up the pace in the second half to help secure the win. Elizabeth Jacob and Sam Yurcak each had one goal. Sam Boette and Sistachs had one assist a piece, while Janel Bachand made eight saves. Wilton-Lyndeborough will play Epping on Monday.

Campbell 4, Bishop Brady 2

The Cougars move up in the win column to 4-0, with a win over previous undefeated Bishop Brady. Karleigh Schultz and Hanna Keane scored the goals, while they were assisted by Madison Greenhalgh and Alicia Noury. Campbell will host Trinity on Thursday.

Souhegan 4, Hollis Brookline 0

Savannah Benn found the back of the net twice in a Sabers win. Maddie Morrissette and Meg Tupaj had one goal each, with helpers from Charlotte Drake and Julia Pinkham. The defense was unscathed thanks to Lilly Batchelder and Lucy Stover. Souhegan hosts Manchester West on Tuesday. Hollis Brookline visits Milford on Tuesday.

Field hockey

Dover 2, Nashua South 1

The Panthers (1-1) fell on a Dover penalty stroke midway through the second half. After a Dover goal it was Kaitlyn West who answered five minutes later for South. Goalie Courtney Tello had seven saves in net. Playing well for South were Vanessa Norton, Kirsten McIntire, Emma Pucillo, and Abbey Rowe. South has a home game Monday against Keene.

Merrimack 2, Winnacunnet 1 (OT)

The Tomahawks collected their win in a row beating Winnacunnet in overtime. Demetria Gonzales scored the game winning goal for Merrimack, while Theresa Twardowsky scored the first goal of the game. Heather Rohr made four saves in net. Merrimack heads to Nashua North on Wednesday.

Girls volleyball

Bedford 3, Merrimack 0

The Tomahawks fall to 0-3 with a loss to Bedford by the scores of 22-25, 12-25, 15-25. Joanne Bonner (12 kills, two blocks, 10 digs), Anna Niezrecki (13 digs), and Isabella Smith (16 assists and three kills) were the shining spots for the Tomahawks.

Merrimack will head to Hollis Brookline on Monday.

Nashua North 3, Alvirne 0

The Titans come out on top by the scores of 25-15, 25-13, 25-15. Sarah St. Pierre had a well rounded night with nine kills, one block, and one ace. Haley Stanton had six aces, Abby Coy led the defense with seven digs, and Emerson Martin dished out eight assists. Nashua North will host Timberlane on Monday.

Hollis Brookline 3, Bishop Guertin 0

Elizabeth Atkinson (five kills, one ace, one block) earned her 500th career kill in a Cavaliers win (25-19, 25-10, 26-24) over the Cardinals. Maddie Norris and Kyra Belden led the offense with 12 kills and 26 assists respectively.

Hanna Close added three kills and Ellie Jordan helped the offense with eight digs. Even though the Cardinals weren’t able to win a set, they got offensive help from Elizabeth Knapp with 10 kills and Julia Pascucci with 13 assists. Paola Matos kept Bishop Guertin in the game with 16 digs. Hollis Brookline welcomes Merrimack on Monday, while Bishop Guertin visits Keene on Monday.

Campbell 3, Portsmouth Christian 0

The Cougars (2-0) wrap up their second win by the scores of 25-21, 25-11, 25-18. Liv Garand (nine aces, two kills, and two digs), Jordan Kanaley (three aces, one kill, one dig, 11 assists), and Ally Mckenna (one ace, two kills,one dig) helped in the winning effort.

Campbell hosts Hillsboro-Deering on Monday.

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