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Morse lifts North boys soccer in overtime

Boys soccer

Nashua North 3,

Winnacunnet 2 (OT)

Joe Morse converted a header by Joao Santana into the game winning goal 10 seconds into sudden death overtime as the Titans evened their record at 2-2. Colin McMahon and Makram Elkhach scored in regulation for North.

Hanover 6,

Merrimack 1

The Tomahawks (1-3) drop their third straight game on Friday. Andres Ramos found the back of the net and Jack Goodwin made nine saves.

Nashua North 3,

Winnacunnet 2 (OT)

Joe Morse converted a header by Joao Santana into the game winning goal 10 seconds into sudden death overtime as the Titans evened their record at 2-2. Colin McMahon and Makram Elkhach scored in regulation for North.

Nashua South 6,

Memorial 1

Emmanuel Orozco led the Panthers (2-2) with three goals on their way to a win. Jake Dukeshire and Max Lopez added two goals and one goal respectively.

Hollis Brookline 2,

Souhegan 1

Danny Kennedy (one goal) and Andy Basque (one goal) lead the Cavs (2-2-1) past the Sabers. Ryan Coutu had a total of 13 saves in net for HB. Souhegan’s (0-5). Ethan Ramm scored the lone goal off of a steal.

Campbell 7, Raymond 2

The Cougars improve to 5-0 after Friday’s win. Samuel Gomes, Joaquin Heller (assist) and David Latsha scored two goals apiece, with Jacob Oberto adding one goal.

Alvirne 1, Goffstown 0

The Broncos (4-0) notch their fourth straight win. Jake Dufor scored off a rebound 20 minutes into the contest.

Milford 1, ConVal 1 (2OT)

Both teams took the game to the bitter end before ending in a tie. Nathan Pettengill scored for the Spartans (2-1-2).

Reilly Hanson and Logan Harwood both played excellent in the match.

Girls soccer

Memorial 1,

Nashua South 0

The Panthers drop to an even record of 2-2 after a loss Friday. Haleigh Swabowicz made six saves in net.

Winnacunnet 4,

Nashua North 1

The Titans (1-4) couldn’t stay with the tempo and fall for the fourth straight game.

Hollis Brookline 2,

Souhegan 0

The Cavaliers (3-0) pick up a home win against the Sabers (2-2-1). Renee LeBlanc and Tasha White were the goal scorers. Goalie Maggie Crooks was solid in net with 12 saves, while Paisely Broadhurst played lock down defense.

Bishop Brady 2,

Campbell 1

The Cougars (4-1) fall for the first time this season. Karleigh Schultz scored the lone goal. Campbell is back in action on Thursday against Belmont.

Goffstown 2, Alvirne 1

After a 0-0 halftime score, Goffstown scored quickly to surpass the Broncos (2-2). Abbey Dubois scored the lone goal for the locals.

Field hockey

Merrimack 2,

Winnacunnet 1

The Tomahawks (1-3) secure their first win of the season. Paige Rivet score both goals for Merrimack with Ellie Boucher adding one assist. Goalie Heather Rohr made six saves.

Girls volleyball

Nashua North 3, Alvirne 1

The Titans (3-1) take down the Broncos (0-3) 25-11, 23-25, 25-18, 25-23. Abby Coy recorded 12 digs and nine kills to lead the way. Alexis Miranda (eight kills, three blocks), Haley Stanton (six kills, three blocks), Jamie Parker (17 digs) and Meg Valcourt (17 assists) all contributed in the victory.

Bedford 3,

Merrimack 0

The Tomahawks (0-4) fall 16-25, 15-25, 10-25. Eva Page had five kills and added three blocks, Anna Niezrecki tallied 12 digs and Isabella Smith tossed 14 assists, six aces and four kills. Merrimack welcomes Hollis Brookline on Monday.

Campbell 3,

Ports. Christian 0

The Cougars (2-0) get a clean sweep Friday afternoon. Jordan Kanaley led the squad with 10 assists and three aces. Tori Allen (four kills), Chloe Steiniger (six assists, two kills) and Bria Soule (seven digs) played great in the win. Campbell travels to Hillsboro-Deering on Monday.

Hollis Brookline 3,

Bishop Guertin 0

The Cavaliers (3-0) sweep the Cardinals (0-2) 25-17, 26-24, 25-21. Kaleigh Whalen (11 kills) and Maren Anderson (six kills, two aces) led the offense, while Sammie Sheppard (19 digs) and Jessica Cooper (eight digs) contributed to the defense.

The Cardinals saw great play from Kristen Coumas (24 assists), Caroline Sullivan (eight kills), Libby Knapp (10 kills, seven digs) and Lydia Litvak (five blocks).

Golf

Bedford 191,

Londonderry 213,

Nashua South 224

A tough day on the golf course ended in a loss for the Panthers. Alexis St. Laurent led the squad with a 42.

Kailey Pullen and Stephen Robbe both shot a 43, while Grace Conard ended with a 47.