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Nashua North’s Gonzales second in girls golf state tourney

By Compiled by Marc Breton | Oct 5, 2019

Girls golf

Freshman Eva Gonzales of Nashua North made a bold run but came up just short at the NHIAA Girls Golf Individual State Championships.

The Titans’ standout carded a seven-over par round of 78, falling one stroke from victory at Campbell’s Scottish Highland on


Hanover senior Meredith Morhun won the event with a 77.

Nashua South sophomore Kailey Pullen was fifth overall, shooting an 82. Senior Panthers teammate Alexis St. Laurent tied for sixth place at 87.

South’s Grace Conard was tied for 15th at 96, and Souhegan senior Lydia Tesconi placed 17th with a 98.

In the nine-hole medal division, South freshman Emma Kobs was 10th, shooting a 53. Londonderry junior Riley Anderson rolled to the win with a 38.

Girls soccer

Hollis Brookline 3,

Pelham 0

Renee Leblanc nets two goals and the Cavaliers improve to 7-1-1. Paige Magnuszewski scored a goal, while teammates Racheal Brackett had two assists and Emma Ruvido added one. Goalie Christina Balsamo collected four saves. Hollis Brookline visits Milford on Monday.

Souhegan 4,

Plymouth 0

Mark that three wins in a row for the Sabers (6-4-1) after Saturday’s win. Greta Caulton led the offensive unit with two goals, while Savannah Behn and Elle Stevenson tallied one a piece. Souhegan travels to Kennett on Tuesday.

Cross country

Thetford Trail Run


The Sabers girls came out of the day 11th overall and the boys finished 16th overall. Chloe Trudel had the best run all day placing fourth (19-32) out of 588 runners. Masho Primmer finished 40th and Emma Herrero was 70th. Kariso Anderson had a respectable 46th place finish out of 735 runners. Ethan McFee and Peter Headington ended their days with a 54th and 120th place finish respectively.

Nashua South

The Panthers finished 14th out of 44 schools. Jaimee Conmy (72nd), Meghan Conway (85th) and Nadia Zhecheva (91st) paced the day for South.


Adele Alexander finished 25th for the Tomahawks, who placed 28th overall. Melanie Hutchinson ended her day in 170th, while Erin Murray was 200th on the chart.


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