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High School Highlights: Nashua South girls soccer tips Concord

By Compiled by Marc Breton | Sep 17, 2019

Girls soccer

Bishop Guertin 2,

Concord 1 (2OT)

Meg Lord scored two goals, including the game winner at the five minute mark of the second overtime as the Cardinals remained unbeaten on the year at 4-0.

Katie Boudreau assisted on the game-winner while Brooke Paquette had the other assist. Concord, which sent the game into overtime with a goal with 20 seconds left in regulation, fell to 2-3.

Guertin welcomes Manchester Memorial on Friday.

Nashua North 9,

Spaulding 0

The Titans (2-4) broke their four game losing streak by shutting out Spaulding.

Goals scored by Ashley Goh, Sarah Gelinas, Faith Sutton, Maddie Swisher, Izzy Armstrong, Ari Dumaine (two goals) and Emilee DeLeo (two goals).

North hosts Londonderry on Friday.

Merrimack 1,

Windham 0

Abby Morgan was the only player to find the back of the net and it resulted in a Tomahawks (2-2) win.

Abigail Forbes, Riley Streeper and Amber Bacon played well.

Merrimack travels to Manchester Central on Friday.

Boys soccer

Windham 1,

Merrimack 0

The Tomahawks (1-4) drop ped their fourth straight on Tuesday night.

Goalie Jack Goodwin made eight saves in between the pipes.

Merrimack hosts Manchester Central on Friday.

Nashua North 5, Spaulding 0

The Titans picked up a solid shutout win on the road. Contributing in the scoring column were Joey Morse (two goals), Matthew Urrea, Nolin Hitzeman and Colin Miller.

North visits Londonderry on Friday.

Concord 4,

Bishop Guertin 1

The Cardinals fell Tuesday night to high-powered Concord team.

Guertin sits at 0-3-1 when they visit Manchester Memorial on Friday.

Manchester West 2,

Hollis Brookline 1

The Cavaliers (2-3-1) fell to a stout West squad. JJ Kennedy scored in the 37th minute of the contest.

Goalie Ryan Coutu made seven saves. Max Burns, Ethan Smith, Josh Ide and Bryan Wright played well. Hollis Brookline hosts Kingswood on Friday.

Milford 3,

Merrimack Valley 2 (2OT)

Noah Matthews played hero for the Spartans (3-1-2), scoring the game winner in the last five minutes. Paxton Ducharme and Connor Sullivan added one goal each. Assisting on the efforts were Aden Cremonini, Zack Smith and Logan Harwood.

Milford hosts Pembroke on Thursday.

Campbell 1,

Derryfield 1 (2OT)

After a hard fought battle both squads settled for a tie. Sam Gomes scored for the Cougars (5-0-1) and Jack Noury made three saves in net.

Campbell travels to Hopkinton on Thursday.


St. Thomas 111,

Goffstown 93,

Souhegan 83, Milford 81

The Sabers came in third place at Amherst Country Club.

Quade Bell led Souhegan with 21 points. Liam Deselle (18 points), Ethan Cockerill (16 points) and Lydia Tesconi (15 points) also played well. The Spartans fell in the meet.

High scorers for Milford were Kevin Cavanaugh (23 points), Jacob Dube (20 points), Corey Girouard (16 points), Brady Hanson (11 points) and Devon O’Brien (11 points).

Kennett 111,

Hollis Brookline 105, Portsmouth 84,

Coe-Brown 69

The Cavaliers finished second at Portsmouth Country club, and move to 15-2. Garrett Sturges earned the lone medal for the Cavs with a 40.

Others having good days on the course were Grady Sturges (42), Rory Klauber (42), Aaron Brown (43), Ben Lafontaine (43), Matt Dias (45), Cayden Plummer (45) and Reid Mitchell (55).

Cross country

Bedford 30, Memorial 27, Nashua South 85

A tough day on the trails results in a third-place finish for the Titans. Clifford Teixeira and Colby Martel placed 19th and 22nd respectively.


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