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By Compiled by Marc Breton | Oct 4, 2019

Telegraph photo by TOM KING Nashua North's Anthony Green (34) tries to elude Nashua South's Joe Buturla with help from Brian Mwangi (41) during Friday night's Battle of the Bridge at Stellos Stadium.

Boys soccer

Merrimack 2,

Alvirne 1 (OT)

Eric Curcio finished a Carson Papp pass to win the game for the Tomahawks (5-5). Andres Ramos tallied a goal and Jonathan Paulhamus added an assist. Jack Goodwin contributed 11 saves for Merrimack. Merrimack hosts Winnacunnet on Tuesday and Alvirne (4-6) visits Keene

ConVal 3,

Hollis Brookline 1

The Cavaliers drop to 5-5-1 after Friday night’s loss. The lone goal for the locals was scored by JJ Kennedy from a Max Burns assist. Goalie Ryan Coutu made eight saves. Hollis Brookline welcomes Kearsarge on Monday.

Wilton-Lyndeborough 4, Concord Christian 2

Four second half goals propel the Warriors (8-2) to a Friday night win. Sam Townsend scored two goals including the one to seal the game. Sean Brennan and Jack Schwab added on goal each. WLC travels to Conant on Wednesday.

Girls soccer

Bishop Guertin 4,

Timberlane 1

The Cardinals (9-0), got two goals from Brooke Paquette and a goal and assist each by Hannah Lord and Katie Boudreau. Teagan McInnis had a single assist. Guertin visits Spaulding on Monday.

Alvirne 3,

Merrimack 2

The Broncos (4-5) held off a late game run from the Tomahawks to get the win. Scoring goals for Alvirne were Rose Boudreau, Hannah Sellingham and Abbey Dubois. Jaime O’Connor led the defensive unit against a speedy Merrimack team. Mary Vance tallied both goals for the Tomahawks. Alvirne hosts Keene on Monday and Merrimack (4-5) visits Winnacunnet.

Milford 0,

Lebanon 0

The Spartans (8-1-1) outshot Lebanon 35-2, but neither could find the back of the net in the end. Meg Cavanaugh and Mikayla Thompson controlled the defense. Milford host Hollis Brookline on Monday.

Campbell 4,

Conant 0

The Cougars move to 8-1. Karleigh Schultz, Morgan Wagner, Gabbi Kim-Levesque and Alex Wallenmaier were counted for goals. Campbell hosts St. Thomas on Tuesday.

Wilton-Lyndeborough 6,

Concord Christian 4

Sam Boette’s first hat trick of the season came at the right time as WLC (8-3) secured a close win. Elizabeth Jacob (two assists) added two goals and Sophia Sistachs scored one. Kaitlin Loverme played shut down defense and Rama Koudsi made nine saves on 13 shots. The Warriors play Portsmouth Christian on Monday.

Field hockey

Bishop Guertin 2,

Merrimack 1

Sarah Coyle found the back of the cage late in the game to capture a win for the Cardinals (5-5). Brooke Yabroudy scored a goal, while Rylee Bouvier and Britney Pearson had one assist each. Theresa Twardosky collected the lone goal for the Tomahawks (6-5). Guertin visits Nashua South on Wednesday and Merrimack visits Salem.

Girls volleyball

Timberlane 3,

Bishop Guertin 0

The Cardinals (6-5) got shutout by the scores of 25-16, 25-13, 25-20. Alicia Glasheen led the offense with 11 assists and Emma Charron supplied the defense with 10 digs. Meghan Stack (five kills) and Libby Knapp (six kills, five digs) played well in the loss. Guertin travels to Winnacunnet on Monday.

Hollis Brookline 3, Manchester Memorial 0

The Cavaliers (10-0) stay undefeated as they knocked off Manchester Memorial 25-12, 25-18, 25-21. Jessica Cooper was a menace on the court gathering six aces and six digs. Sarah Dreyer and Maren Anderson contributed nine kills and five kills respectively, while Ellie Jordan added three aces and five digs. Hollis Brookline hosts Alvirne on


Souhegan 3, ConVal 0

The Sabers even up their record at 5-5 after blanking ConVal. Hannah Carroll tossed up 16 assists and Katerina Stuopis put down nine kills. Others playing well were Allie McCall (six kills, five aces) and Caitlynn Cooper (three kills, three aces). Souhegan visit Somersworth on


Alvirne 3, Merrimack 0

The Broncos (4-7) swept the match with the Tomahawks (2-9) winning 25-23, 25-12, 25-21. Merrimack’s Anna Niezrecki played phenomenal collecting 21 digs. Alvirne travels to Hollis Brookline on Monday and Merrimack hosts Timberlane.

Mascenic 3,

Campbell 0

After their hot start, the Cougars (6-3) fell for the third straight match. Campbell lost 25-20, 26-24, 28-26. Elayna Montenero (12 digs), Tori Allen (seven kills), Jordan Kanaley (22 assists, two kills, two digs, two aces) and Caedran Sullivan (nine kills, one block) played well in the loss. Campbell welcomes Winnisquam on Tuesday.


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