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Shiels leads Hollis Brookline

Jack Shields shot a personal best two-under 33 at Windham Country Club as the Cavaliers (204) finished behind Windham (201) but ahead of Trinity (230) and Merrimack Valley (263). Other top HB scorers were Cory Quinn (40), David Walsh (42), Josh Farmer (44) and Pat MacDonald (45).

Nashua North gets two wins

Mike Jensen’s 35 and a 36 from Brandon Gillis paced the Titans (193) to wins over Manchester Memorial (198) and Londonderry (207) at Green Meadow Golf Club. Tom Hyland (36), Brennan Kastens (42) and Brian Provencher (44) also helped out as North is now 11-5.

Winnacunnet pulls away from Alvirne, 4-1

Samantha Mata scored for the Broncos (2-5-1), assisted by Ashley Lavery. Dagny Wilkens had 11 saves for Alvirne, which trailed just 1-0 at halftime.

Merrimack splits tri match

The Tomahawks (226) bowed to Bedford (194) but downed Timberlane (234) at Manchester Country Club to stand at 2-10. Brennan Gillis led the Tomahawks with a 40 while Zak Kerr and Nick Edgeworth each had a 44. Jon Dinsmore and Jake Chambers followed with a 49 each. Bedford’s Ryan Brown ...

Windham blanks Hollis Brookline, 7-0

Cavalier netminders Ashley Skey (12 saves) and Cassie Reijgers (eight) held the fort as best they could against the unbeaten (6-0-1) Jaguars. Natalie Paquin, Sierra Migenault and Nellie Putur played well defensively for Hollis Brookline (0-6-1).

Bishop Guertin drops tough match to Bedford

The Cardinals played the Bulldogs tough, but came out on the wrong end of a sweep, falling 25-23, 30-28 and 26-24. Mackenzie Sweeney led Bishop Guertin (3-5) with six blocks and five kills while Jenna McCormack had 13 assists. Lexie Cambray added five kills for the Cardinals, who host Hollis ...

Souhegan’s Young shuts out Portsmouth, 2-0

Josh Massa and Keelan Mackenzie scored for the Sabers, while assists went to Ali Eweiss and Josh Anson. Teigue Young had seven saves in goal to earn the shutout while Erik Richardson played well at midfield for the Sabers, now 4-2-0. The Sabers host Windham Friday at 4 p.m.

Exeter rallies past Nashua South, 3-2

The Blue Hawks snapped a 2-2 tie with about 15 minutes remaining to spoil a good Panther effort which included two goals by Mauricio Acevedo. Ryan Guidaboni had an assist while South keeper Chris Jiminez had four saves. South, which had leads of 1-0 and 2-1, fell to 3-4.

Gosselin’s goal helps Alvirne past Winnacunnet, 4-2

Nate Gosselin’s goal, assisted by Mitchell Deminico, broke a 2-2 tie in the 65th minute as Alvirne improved to 5-2. Matt Lubinski had a goal while Raul Stedile and Brett Richardson each added a goal and an assist. Jake Schofield had three saves while Khari Higgins played well ...

Nashua North sweeps Alvirne, 3-0

The Titans improved to 6-2 with wins of 25-14, 25-23,and 25-16. Kaylee Berrington led the way with 11 service points and one block while Allison Paluzzi had 11 points and three kills. Amanda Stumph added eight points, five kills and six blocks while sisters Roshely and Rosa Casalduc combined ...

Laplante lifts BG past Timberlane, 1-0

The Cardinals improved to 5-2 thanks to a Marie Laplante goal, assisted by Grace Linehan. Caroline Hoffer played well in goal, with defensive help from Megan Kerutis. Kylie Deignan was solid in midfield for the BG.

Souhegan tops St. Thomas, Coe Brown

The Sabers (196) bested St. Thomas (206) and Coe Brown (220) thanks in part to Alek Medic’s medalist score of 36, followed by Mitch Hubert’s 37 at Nippo Lake Golf Club in Barrington. Saber August Darula tied for third at 38. The Sabers are now 10-3 on the year.

Milford fourth in quad match

The Spartans (235), despite a 42 from medalist Evan Ryan, finished behind winner Hanover (208), Kingswood (216) and Bishop Brady (235) at Beaver Meadow. Also for Milford, Nick Cauley came in at 46, followed by Brenden White and Weston Pare (47 each) and Mitch Lepine (53).

Nashua South takes a split

The Panthers (205) stayed even at 6-6 as they edged Alvirne (211) but finished behind Keene (191) at Brentwood Country Club. South’s Sam Nielsen was the medalist at 36, while other Panther top scorers were Jeff Mitchell (39), Peter McManus (40), Spencer Durand (45 and Luke Anzel ...

Merrimack JVs fall short vs. Londondonderry, 1-0

The Merrimack junior varsity made a late charge but fell short vs. Londonderry. Midfielders Tiffany Knowles and Amanda D’Amico had strong games for the Tomahawks (1-5-1). Emma Fay had several keys stops and finished the game with nine saves.

High School Football Summaries: Week 3

At Stellos Stadium LONDONDERRY 49, NASHUA NORTH 13 Londonderry (3-0) 6 21 7 15-49 Nashua North (1-2) 6 7 0 0-13 FIRST QUARTER L–Eric Fairweather, 2-yard run (kick failed), 8:47. N–Max Fay, 3-yard run, (kick failed), 3:46 SECOND QUARTER L–Fairweather, ...

South, North both look to get season back on track

Perhaps for the first time in their 10 years of battles, the Nashua High School North and South teams will be below .500 (both 1-2) when they clash on Friday night at Stellos Stadium. And that may make this a bigger game than in recent years. The West Conference is struggling with only Alvirne ...

Campbell second behind Bow

The Cougars (183) finished behind Bow (154) but ahead of Fall Mountain (197) at Canterberry Woods Country Club. Austin Baker led the Cougars with a 42, followed by Tyler Butler and Cole Ryan (46 each) and Jeremy Wirbal (49).

Hollis Brookline cruises by Lebanon, 4-0

The Cavaliers improved to 5-2-1 as Michele Philpot had two goals and Hannah Modelski had a goal and an assist. Torey Cook (single goal), Maggie Moskun (two assists) and Erin Stowell (one assist) also were in the HB scoring column. Olivia Clegghorn needed only two saves to record her third ...

Souhegan falls to Windham, 3-0

The Sabers fell to 2-4 after being swept 25-8, 25-11, and 25-7. Sam Allen had three kills and one ace while Julianne Donahue added two kills and two blocks.