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    Nashua High School South's Sena Oran, left, and Nashua High School North's Kayla Farren chase down a high bouncing ball during Wednesday evening's Battle of the Bridge soccer match at Stellos Stadium in Nashua.
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    Nashua High School South's Emily Durette heads the ball as Nashua High North's Amber LeBlanc watches during Wednesday night's game at Stellos
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    Nashua High School South's Kristin Dechene fights to gain control of the ball during Wednesday evening's Battle of the Bridge girls soccer match at Stellos Stadium in Nashua.
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    Nashua High School South's Sarah Allison stops an airbound ball with her hip during Wednesday evening's Battle of the Bridge girls soccer game at Stellos Stadium in Nashua.
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    Nashua High School South's Emily Durette runs into North's keeper, Stacy Peterson as she sneaks the ball past her for a goal during Wednesday evening's Battle of the Bridge girls soccer game at Stellos Stadium in Nashua.
Thursday, October 6, 2011

Wednesday’s High School Highlights

GIRLS SOCCER

Nashua South 2, Nashua North 0

The Panthers took advantage of two first half goals, one early and one late, to improve to 7-4 on the year.

Emily Durette scored 34 seconds in, assisted by Katie Conmy. South’s Marina McIntosh then found the twine at 36:36 on a free kick from 35 yards out for the game’s only other goal.

North goalie Stacy Peterson had 11 saves, while South’s Bruna de Paula and Michaela Nault combined for six saves. North fell to 1-10-1.

Campbell 6, Derryfield 1

Olivia Planty and Briana Silck scored two goals each to power the Cougars (11-1) past Derryfield.

Casey Mellen and Liz Pettis chipped in offensively with one goal each. Freshman Emily Moreau played an outstanding game at the sweeper position, along with the rest of the defense.

Souhegan 4, Windham 0

Caroline Stone found the back of the net twice and assisted on Ashley Ireland’s goal to pace the Sabers in a home victory over the Jaguars.

Erin Macdonald scored the fourth Souhegan goal off a pass from Jocelyn Donohue (two assists), while Peyton Kent also recorded an assist on the night. Mikaela Sullivan made three saves for the Sabers (9-1), who were anchored with a strong defensive back line of Olivia Lepage, Kent and Xan Clark.

Salem 1, Alvirne 0

Broncos keeper Tori LaRoche did all she could in net, stopping 18 shots, but the Blue Devils’ offense was able to push the games only goal into the net with 18 minutes to play for the win.

Bishop Guertin 5, Manchester Memorial 1

Megan Ethier, Kathryn Swallow, Emma Annand, Kelsey Baines and Alanna Fitzgerald scored one goal each in the Cardinals’ 5-1 win over Memorial.

Jamie Sherbourne recorded two assists and Sarah Welch needed to make just one save in the win for BG (5-6).

BOYS SOCCER

Nashua North 1, Nashua South 0 (2OT)

North’s Juan Garzon scored one minute into the second overtime to give the Titans a 1-0 win – their first of the year (1-10) – over the Panthers at Stellos Stadium.

South (2-7-1) had three golden opportunities in the first overtime, but North keeper Tim Closson (seven saves) denied the Panthers on each one. South keeper Alex Lowe only faced four shots, denying three of them in defeat.

Souhegan 3, Windham 1

James Sheldon scored twice and assisted on the third goal as the Sabers rolled to a big road win on Wednesday afternoon.

Greg Snow picked up the other goal for Souhegan (6-5), which also had steady play from center midfielder Josh Norton and keeper Brendan Dix (six saves).

Merrimack 4, Spaulding 2

Joe Sutton and Zack Hickman had two goals each to lead the Tomahawks (7-3) past the Red Raiders in a Division I game.

Ian Pheriault had two assists for Merrimack while Chris Lore also had a helper. Nate Cushman made 10 saves in goal.

FIELD HOCKEY

Bishop Guertin 0, Winnacunnet 0

Merisa Dion and Lauren Dupont played well in the midfield while Jessica Lemos and Caley Prunier provided some great offensive opportunities, but the Cardinals (5-4-3) had to settle for a scoreless tie with the Warriors in Hampton.

Jessica Lambert and Katherine Carey provided a great defensive effort in front of goalie Becky Hack (eight saves) to preserve the tie through overtime.

Timberlane 5, Nashua South 0

Midfielder Melissa Jean and forward Jill Ryan had strong games at their respective positions, but the Panthers (1-9) dropped a tough one on the road in Plaistow.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Nashua North 3, Timberlane 0

The Titans improved to 7-4 in Division I with a sweep of the Owls, 25-19, 25-15, 25-16. Bridget McCarthy had 16 assists, 13 service points and two kills for North, while Katie Przystac added 16 service points and eight kills.

Caitlin Roeser had 24 digs and 17 service points while Abbey Miller had 12 service points and five kills and Melissa Pardo and Meghan Fitzpatrick combined for nine kills, six service points and three blocks.

Merrimack 3, Manchester West 0

Allison Latham and Maggie Kenney recorded 10 and nine kills, respectively, to lead the Tomahawks to a three-game road win over West.

Meg Keach (11 aces) and Nikki Mathewson (17 assists) also came up big in the 25-4, 25-9, 25-11 win.

Milford 3, Souhegan 0

Abby Blanchete served for 11 aces, dished off for 12 assists and hammered down three kills to pace a solid Spartans attack in a 25-11, 26-24, 25-13 win over the Sabers in Milford.

Brooke Olsen added six aces of her own and 15 kills, while Stephanie Laplante nailed down seven aces, four kills and four assists for Milford (6-6).

Bishop Guertin 3, Winnacunnet 0

Tiffany Stanton dug out 19 balls and Rebecca Noyes assisted on 19 points to lead the Cardinals to a 25-15, 25-16, 26-17 win over the Warriors.

Meg Freise helped BG (11-2) post the home win with six kills to her credit.

Campbell 3, Raymond 0

Jayla Brennan posted 15 kills and two blocks to push the Cougars past Raymond 25-14, 25-14, 25-15.

Brianna Hardy (seven kills, nine service points), Jenelle Tsaledas (25 assists, 11 points) and Meaghan Dyer (eight digs) also added strong nights to lift Campbell (8-2) to victory.

WEEKEND SCHEDULE

Today

FOOTBALL

Merrimack at Keene, 7 p.m.

Nashua North at Nashua South, 7:30 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER

Hopkinton at Campbell, 4 p.m.

Manchester Central at Alvirne, 5:30 p.m.

CROSS COUNTRY

Souhegan, Pelham, Goffstown and Trinity at Pembroke, 4 p.m.

FIELD HOCKEY

Bedford at Souhegan, 4 p.m.

Exeter at Merrimack, 4 p.m.

Nashua North at Nashua South, 4:15 p.m.

Windham at Hollis/Brookline, 4 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

Goffstown at Milford, 4 p.m.

Hollis/Brookline at Concord, 4 p.m.

VOLLEYBALL

Nashua North at Nashua South, 5 p.m.

Friday

FOOTBALL

Bishop Guertin at Dover, 7 p.m.

Milford at Bedford, 7 p.m.

Pembroke at Souhegan, 7 p.m.

Winnacunnet at Alvirne, 7 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER

Goffstown at Milford, 4 p.m.

Merrimack at Dover, 4 p.m.

Souhegan at Oyster River, 4:15 p.m.

Spaulding at Bishop Guertin, 4 p.m.

CROSS COUNTRY

Hollis/Brookline at Belmont, 4 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

Alvirne at Manchester Central, 4 p.m.

Bishop Guertin at Spaulding, 4 p.m.

Dover at Merrimack, 4 p.m.

Oyster River at Souhegan, 3:30 p.m.

Raymond at Campbell, 4 p.m.

VOLLEYBALL

Alvirne at Hollis/Brookline, 6 p.m.

Bishop Guertin at Londonderry, 5:30 p.m.

Fall Mountain at Campbell, 6 p.m.

Pelham at Souhegan, 6 p.m.

Pinkerton at Merrimack, 6 p.m.

Saturday

FOOTBALL

Campbell at Bow, 7 p.m.

Con-Val at Hollis/Brookline, 7 p.m.

CROSS COUNTRY

Alvirne, Campbell at Hollis/Brookline Invitational, 9 a.m.

Monday

BOYS SOCCER

Campbell at Mascoma Valley, 4 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

Campbell at Hillsboro-Deering, 4 p.m.

VOLLEYBALL

Nute at Campbell, 6 p.m.