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North, South, BG, HB volleyball teams all win

Telegraph photo by HECTOR LONGO Nashua North's Ashley Goh and Bedford's Paige Muir battle for possession in Wednesday night's Bulldog win at Stellos Stadium.

Several local volleyball teams came out on top on Wednesday night.

Here are those results plus the rest of the local action:

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

NASHUA NORTH 3,

MANCHESTER MEMORIAL 0

The Titans picked up their second win of the season (2-1) with a 25-9, 25-10, 25-7 sweep.

Olivia Mazerolle had four kills, seven service points and three digs while Kelsey Laliberte (four kills) and Haley Stanton (five aces, 11 points) had good nights as well.

NASHUA SOUTH 3,

CONCORD 1

The Panthers moved to 3-0 with set scores of 25-10, 25-16, 20-25, 25-15

South was lead by a trio of seniors: Kara Kelliher (13 kills), Catherine Covert (three blocks, four ace) and Paige Garland (six kills, three blocks). Sophomore libero Olivia Johnson was strong in the outing as well.

South travels to Portsmouth on Friday.

BISHOP GUERTIN 3,

MERRIMACK 0

The Cards enjoyed a 25-13, 25-14, 25-21 sweep in their home opener to even their record at 1-1.

Elizabeth Knapp (13 kills, 13 digs, two aces), Emma Charron (four aces, five digs), Kristen Coumas (26 assists) and Madison Keating (three aces, eight digs) led the win.

For Merrimack (0-3), Haley Smethurst had five kills, Anna Niezrecki 13 digs, and Sarah Hardy three aces.

Hollis Brookline 3,

Exeter 0

The Cavaliers moved to 2-0 with a 25-18, 25-16, 25-21 sweep. Kaleigh Whalen (10 kills), Maren Anderson (seven kills), Sydney Powers (one block), Sammie Sheppard (11 digs) and Lauren Ingraham (six digs) all had good nights. Ellie Jordan also had a long service run.

HB hosts Bishop Guertin on Friday.

CAMPBELL 3,

NUTE 0

The Cougars opened their season in style with a 25-9, 25-18 25-19 sweep.

Mallory Reczko (two aces, three kills, two digs, one block), Jordan Kanaley (one ace, 15 kills) Lorelei Brown (seven aces, four kills), Catherine Carignan (four aces, six kills, three digs) led the way. Elayna Montenero was a major factor on defense.

FIELD HOCKEY

EXETER 4,

NASHUA SOUTH 0

The Panthers had some early chances but couldn’t convert. Playing well for South were Maddie Rowe, Sarah Picard and Madison Sewade. Courtney Tello had 16 saves in goal. The Panthers host Dover on Monday.

SALEM 5,

NASHUA NORTH 0

Sophomore goalie Madi Goulet was busy with eight saves in net for the 0-3 Titans, who host Exeter today at Stellos Stadium.

LONDONDERRY 1,

MERRIMACK 0

The Tomahawks lost a heartbreaker in sudden death overtime to fall to 0-2, while the Lancers are 3-0.

Merrimack is at Winnacunnet on Friday.

GIRLS SOCCER

BEDFORD 6,

NASHUA NORTH 0

The host injury-riddled Titans dropped their third straight to fall to 1-3 despite playing the Bulldogs tough as they kept the game scoreless through much of the first half until Bedford got two quick goals late, while North got several shots from Emma Alvarado, Ari Dumaine, and Emilee DeLeo.

Bedford’s MacKenzie MacEachern had three goals and an assist as the 5-0 Bulldogs coach Michelle Winning got her 200th victory.

North visits Winnacunnet on Friday.

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 9,

PITTSFIELD 2

The Warriors are now 5-0 and have outscored the opposition 42-5 on the young season.

Elizabeth Jacob led the Warriors with five goals while Sam Yurcak also had a hat trick, and Sofia Sistachs added a goal.

Sam Boette led the team with three assists with other assists went to Sofia Sistachs and Kaylee Degan (two each), and Jacob and Yurcak (one each).

Rama Koudsi had seven saves, including one on a penalty kick, behind a defensive wall of Kaitlin Loverme, Ella Kelley and Avery Krug.

WLC heads to Portsmouth Christian Academy on Friday.

GOLF

NORTH WINS QUAD MATCH

The host Titans (194) got three wins, finishing ahead of Hanover (197), Spaulding (218), and Winacunnet (222) to move to 7-1 on the season.

Bryce Zimmerman and Chris Quinn led North each with a 36, while Eva Gonzales (40), Spencer Champagne (41) and Thomas Kelly (41) contributed. Hanover’s Jack Meehan was match medalist with a 35.

CAMPBELL SECOND

The Cougars (45 points) finished second at Farmington Country Club, behind first place Somersworth (66) but just ahead of Prospect Mountain (41) and Monadnock (24).Sean Ryan led Campbell, now 5-7, with 19 points.