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Souhegan sweeps West

Souhegan 3, Manchester West 0 Game scores in the sweep were 25-6, 25-13, and 25-14. The Sabers were led by Oksana Clay, who had 13 aces and 10 assists. Sam Allen added two aces and six kills, while Cassidy Alger had four aces and a kill. Souhegan improves to 2-3 with the win.

Souhegan blanks Goffstown

Souhegan 3, Goffstown 0 Hannah Chick opened the scoring from a Marlena Culver cross. Marlena earned her second assist with a far post ball to Christa Vordenberg. Souhegan’s third goal came from a well placed ball by Emma Fleuette from an Emma Estabrook cross. Rachel Facey led a ...

Hollis Brookline scores two in second half to beat Souhegan

The Cavaliers scored two goals in under a minute midway through the second half and held off the Sabers’ late charge to win the Division II contest. Cam Tulley had a goal and an assist, scoring the game-winner just 45 seconds after teammate Guillem Pujadas tied the game in the 54th ...

Wilton blanks Hinsdale

Wilton Lyndeborough 4, Hinsdale 0 The Warriors got goals from Lorrrie Blais, Chelsea Barnes, Ally Schwab, and Naomi Wight to march to their third win of the year. With assists for Wilton were Dani Bird, Jenna Bragdon, and Kelsey Randlett. Cori Balam stopped three shots for the shutout.

Portsmouth tops Hollis Brookline

Portsmouth 1, Hollis Brookline 0 Ashley Skey was excellent in net for the Cavs, making 18 saves with the aid of her defense. With the loss Hollis falls to 0-6-1 on the season.

Tomahawks sweep Dover

Merrimack 3, Dover 0 Game scores for the Merrimack sweep were 25-16, 25-13, and 25-11. Caitlyn Paulson and Elise Jolly both had outstanding games, Paulson had four aces and 10 service points, while Jolly had four blocks and nine kills. Jen Coffey had three aces, three blocks, seven digs, and ...

Milford draws with Hanover

Milford 1, Hanover 1 Kelsey Poulter scored Milford’s only goal, with the assist going to Julia Mazzeo. Kaitlyn Nelson made three stops in net for the Tomahawks. Coming off the bench, Meghan Marshall and Lauren Dishong both played very well. With the tie Milford is now 4-0-2.

Hollis shuts out Windham

Hollis Brookline 1, Windham 0 The Cavs possessed the ball very well in the first half, which finally led to a Hannah Modelski goal, with the assist going to Michele Philpot. Olivia Cleghorn made 16 saves to earn the shuout and was helped greatly by Megan Olson, Kenzie Day, and Celeste Marsan ...

Concord shuts out South

Concord 5, Nashua South 0 Hannah Lambert, Shannon Collins, and Jenny Halloran all played great on defense for South, while Hannah Perryalso added solid blocks. Emma Loschiavo, Haley Bender, and Kara Slocum played well with Alyssa Freeman and Sam Harden. Freshman Goalie Paige Murphy had 18 ...

Hollis sweeps Spaulding

Hollis Brookline 3, Spaulding 0 Game scores for the Cavs win were 25-19, 25-21, and 25-22. Bella Zamposi led Hollis Brookline with 13 kills. Selene Berube had four aces and nine digs and Kaitlyn Kozsan added another nine digs. This was head coach Becky Balfour’s 300th win.

Alvirne offense explodes in third to beat Keene

HUDSON – A shootout ceases to be a shootout when one of the teams stops shooting, and that’s what happened in Alvirne High School’s 54-21 victory over the Keene Blackbirds. A thrilling first quarter featuring four touchdowns devolved into the Broncos crushing ...

Exeter, Winnacunnet edge Nashua South

The Panthers (207) dropped to 5-5 after Exeter (205) and Winnacunnet (206) survived the closest match of the season at Exeter Country Club. Christian Sullivan fired a 40 for the Panthers, as did Jeff Mitchell. Peter McManus was next at 41, followed by Sam Nielsen at 42 and Spencer Durand at 44.

Bedford pulls away from Nashua South, 7-0

The Panthers (0-4) gave the Bulldogs (5-1) a battle in the first half, trailing just 2-0, before Bedford took complete control in the second half. Paige Murphy had 15 saves in goal for South, which got good defensive games from Jenny Halloran, Shannon Collins, Hannah Hansen and Hannah Lambert. ...

Campbell third in close tri-match

The Cougars (170) were a close third behind Gilford (166) and Mascenic (169) at Passaconaway. Tyler Butler at 39 was one shot behind medalist Grant Workman of Gilford (38). Campbell’s other top golfers were Trevor Roche at 42 and Austin Baker at 43.

Spaulding edges Alvirne in OT, 3-2

Daniel Ross gave the Broncos a 1-0 lead in the first half and Bri Jones’ late goal sent the game into overtime but Alvirne still dropped to 2-4-1. Hannah Croce added an assist while Dagney Wilkens had nine saves in the Alvirne net.

North tops Dover, Spaulding

Brandon Gillis fired a 34 to lead the Titans (193) over Dover (203) and Spaulding (226) at Green Meadow in Hudson. Also for North (9-5), Mike Jensen had a 36 while Tom Hyland, Brian Provencher and Alex Richard each came in at 41.

Salem eases past Bishop Guertin, 6-0

The Cardinals dropped to 0-6 despite a combined 15 saves from goalies Mike Rinko (11) and Matt Hauntsman (four) at Stellos Stadium. Ryan McGaughey and Drew Stone played well at midfield.

Bishop Guertin blanks Salem, 3-0

Marie Laplante scored two goals and Kiley Deignan added another as the Cardinals improved to 4-2. Caroline Hoffer had three saves in goal while Marissa Burns played well at midfield and Grace Linehan did the job at forward for BG.

Souhegan first, Hollis Brookline second

The Sabers (207), led by medalist Alek Medic’s 36, captured a tri match with Hollis Brookline (214) and Goffstown (240) at Overlook Golf Club in Hollis. Also for Souhegan, Ryan Stankiewicz was second overall at 39. For the Cavaliers, Jack Shields was third at 41 while Josh Farmer and ...

Merrimack falls at Exeter, 2-0

Austen Thomson had six saves in the visiting Tomahawk net but Merrimack fell to 3-4. Midfielders Stevie Sexton and Ethan Harrington played well for the locals, as did forward John Bory and back Mick Kachmar.