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September 07. 2013 11:39PM

NHIAA Roundup: Inter-Lakes' boys and girls post 3-2 wins

Girls' soccer

Inter-Lakes 3, White Mountains 2, OT: Caitlin Rotonnelli scored four minutes into overtime for her third goal of the game for Inter-Lakes (2-1). Inter-Lakes goalkeeper Reilly Donovan stopped eight shots by White Mountains (1-1-0) in the first half.

Littleton 2, Newport 1, OT: Tianna Sparks scored 5:43 into overtime as Littleton (2-0) remained undefeated. Tiffany Clark added nine saves against the visitors from Newport (1-1).

Newmarket 6, Farmington 0: Katrina Holmes scored a pair of goals for Newmarket (3-0), which has outscored its opponents 12-0 this season. Farmington (0-2) has lost both its games by the score of 6-0.

Hanover 11, Kennett 0: Sophie Lubrano had three goals and an assist and Eliza Laycock had a pair of goals and three assists for Hanover in a season-opening rout. Abby Smith and Kelly Brigham also scored twice against Kennett (0-2), which lost its opener 6-0.

Sunapee 4, Concord Christian 0: Taylor Usko and Abby Armstrong each had as pair of goals to lead the visiting Lakers (1-0-1) over the Kingsmen (0-3).

Boys' soccer

Raymond 11, Mascenic 0: At New Ipswich, Tucker MacPherson's six goals led the Rams and Thomas Mercier, Samson Wallerstein, Collin Lee, Colton Corriveau and Cameron Corriveau each added a goal. Collin Deyarmin and Curt Fitton split the shutout in net for the Rams (2-1) against Mascenic (0-3).

Inter-Lakes 3, Mascoma 2: At Canaan, Mason Peverly scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner, for Inter-Lakes (2-1). Hunta Hayes and Cody McAlister scored for Mascoma (0-3).

Lebanon 6, Plymouth 1: Bennett Newlove's two goals led the home Red Raiders in the opener for both teams. Austin Whaley added a goal and two assists and Tanner Singleton and Martin Gradijan each had goals. Lebanon also had an own goal. Steve Southard scored for Plymouth.

Sunapee 0, Concord Christian 0: At Concord, the Lakers (1-0-1) outshot the Kingsmen (0-2-1) 7-5 and held a 6-2 edge in corners.

Londonderry 0, Memorial 0: Londonderry and Memorial played two full halves and a pair of overtimes two overtimes without a goal, finishing in a scoreless tie. Mark Schrepfer made three saves for Memorial (0-1-2). Londonderry (0-1-1) is also in search of its first win of the season.

Hillsboro-Deering 1, Keararge 1: On Thursday, Jonas Hoffstetter staked Hillsboro-Deering to a 1-0 lead in the fifth minute. Keegan Matisse scored in the 32nd minute for Kearsarge to knot the game and extra time was not able to produce a winner.

Field hockey

Derryfield 6, Newfound 0: At Manchester, twin seniors Colbi and Berklee Vaillancourt kept up their scoring ways. The Vaillancourts and sophomore Polly Carter each scored a pair of goals. Colbi had four goals and Berklee a pair of goals in a win on Wednesday. Kate Johnson had three saves for Derryfield. Megan Sharp had seven saves for Newfound.


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