NHIAA Roundup: Goffstown advances in Division II
Aly Leblanc, Parker McBride and Michele Tremblay scored the goals for Goffstown.
Goffstown moves on to a second round game at 2 p.m. on Saturday at No. 3 Souhegan of Amherst, which was a 2-1 winner over Lebanon.
Manchester Central 2, Keene 0: In Manchester, defenders Taylor Wright, Sarah Michaud, Inez Lee, Haley Goff and goalie Lindsay St. Pierre smothered Keene’s offense. Sophomore Devin Lacroix, on a low righthand corner shot, and senior Emily Duchesne on a 35-yard direct kick supplied Central’s offensive attack. Sara Swetland had an assist for 12-5 Central which travels to Bedford for a quarterfinal test Saturday at 2 p.m.
Hillsboro-Deering 3, Stevens 1: At Claremont, No. 13 Hillsboro-Deering upset No. 4 Stevens.
Makayla Savoy scored in the 36th minute and Bridgette Winters headed home a corner kick from Kiersten Clough 17 minutes into the second half to put HD up 2-0.
Derryfield 8, Groveton 0: At Manchester, the second-ranked Derryfield School improved to 16-1-0 with a first round win over No. 15 Groveton (2-13-2). Freshman Gabi Brummett scored four goals and Chloe Warner, Brynn Polgrean and Emma Polgrean (two goals) chipped in. Derryfield keeper Cam Huftalen made three saves.
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