NHIAA Roundup: Hollis/Brookline boys edge Pembroke
September 11. 2013 11:01PM
High School Scores, ScheduleWednesday's Results
Wilton-Lyndeborough 1, Mascenic 0
Derryfield 2, Sunapee 1
Hollis/Brookline 2, Pembroke 1
Bow 3, Hillsboro-Deering 2
Prospect Mountain 3, Belmont 0
Inter-Lakes 5, Winnisquam 1
Pelham at Raymond, ppd.
Colebrook at Littleton
Kearsarge 8, Conant 1
Fall Mountain at Stevens
ConVal 5, Monadnock 0
Pittsfield 3, Moultonborough 0
Mascoma at Franklin
Farmington 2, Portsmouth Christian 0
Colebrook at Littleton
Oyster River 4, Kennett 0
Moultonborough 1, Pittsfield 0
Newport 5, Hinsdale 2
Derryfield 2, Sunapee 1
Pinkerton 6, Keene 1
Winnacunnet 10, Nashua North 1
Exeter 4, Bishop Guertin 2
Concord 5, Nashua North 1
Kennett 4, Kingswood 0
Manchester Central 2, Dover 1
Salem 5, Manchester Memorial 0
Laconia 4, Profile 0
Merrimack 3, Bedford 1
Dover 3, Merrimack 0
Concord 3, Manchester Memorial 0
Kennett at Gilford
Hanover at John Stark
Pelham 3, Manchester West 1
Sunapee 3, Wilton-Lyndeborough 0
Nute 3, Prospect Mountain 0
Bishop Guertin 3, Londonderry 2
Portsmouth Christian 3, Farmington 0
Nashua South at Goffstown
Exeter at Nashua North
Pittsfield at Mascenic
Epping 3, Trinity 1
Hillsboro-Deering 3, Stevens 0
Coe-Brown 3, Portsmouth 0
ConVal at Fall Mountain
Inter-Lakes 3, Winnisquam 1
Newfound 3, Mascoma 0
Windham at Milford
Laconia at Oyster River
St. Thomas 3, Somersworth 1
Newfound 3, Mascoma 0
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St. Thomas at Milford, Kingswood and Pembroke at Oyster River, Belmont at Pelham, Portsmouth at Plymouth, Belmont and Pelham at Prospect Mountain, Manchester Central at Pinkerton, Littleton at Profile, Keene. Manchester Central and Pinkerton at Salem, Con-Val and Merrimack at Souhegan, Milford at St. Thomas at Trinity, Alvirne and Nashua South at Winnacunnet, Mascenic and Gilford at Winnisquam, Nashua South at Alvirne, Campbell and Stevens at Bow; Kennett and Sanborn at Coe-Brown, Kearsarge and Mondadnock at Conant, Merrimack Valley at ConVal, Alvirne, Nashua South and Winnacunnet at Exeter, Lisbon and White Mountains at Farmington, Farmington, Lisbon and White Mountains at Franklin, Hillsboro-Deering, Hollis/Brookline and Lebanon at Goffstown, Plymouth and Portsmouth at John Stark, Manchester Central and Pinkerton at Keene, Sanborn at Kennett, Pembroke at Kingswood, Belmont at Laconia, Kearsarge at Hillsboro-Deering, Lebanon at Hollis/Brookline, Inter-Lakes and Newmarket at Hoptinton, Pelham and Prospect Mountain at Laconia, White Mountains at Lisbon, Gilford at Mascenic, Hillsboro-Deering and Kearsarge at Monadnock, Littleton, Newmarket and Profile at Moultonborough, Littleton and Profile at Newmarket, Inter-Lakes at Newport.
Coe-Brown at Manchester West, Plymouth at Merrimack Valley, Exeter at Bishop Guertin, Timberlane at Manchester Memorial, Hopkinton at John Stark, Groveton at Gorham, Alvirne at Hanover, Berlin at Gilford, Nashua South at Concord, Merrimack at Bedford, Lisbon at Woodsville, Keene at Pinkerton, Bishop Brady at Somersworth, Nashua North at Winnacunnet, Milford at Souhegan, Londonderry at Spaulding.
Merrimack Valley at Plymouth, Conant at Pelham, Souhegan at Milford, Concord at Nashua South, Lisbon at Woodsville, Manchester Memorial at Timberlane, Bow at Campbell, Bishop Guertin at Exeter, Groveton at Gorham, Hopkinton at John Stark, Spaulding at Londonderry, Coe-Brown at Manchester West, Sanborn at Hanover, Bedford at Merrimack, Winnacunnet at Nashua North.
Stevens at Newport, Franklin at Laconia, John Stark at Conant, Goffstown at Bow, Littleton at Berlin, Hanover at Bishop Brady, Hopkinton at Winnisquam, St. Thomas Aquinas at Windham, Hollis/Brookline at Portsmouth, Somersworth at Sanborn.
Hollis/Brookline at Timberlane, Salem at Winnacunnet, Campbell at Raymond, Alvirne at Bedford, Nashua South at Goffstown, Kingswood at Hanover, Keene at Manchester Central.
Hollis/Brookline remained undefeated at 5-0 by edging host Pembroke by a 2-1 score in NHIAA boys' soccer action Wednesday. Nate Rogers and Cole Owens staked Hollis/Brookline to a 2-0 lead in the first half. Jake Gaskill scored in the 67th minute to pull Pembroke (2-1) within a goal.
Hillsboro-Deering 3, Stevens 0: Ginny Philbrick and Emily Hatcher had 10 aces each to lead the way for HD, which won by scores of 25-4, 25-8 and 25-11.
Epping 3, Trinity 1: Epping won by game scores of 25-14, 23-25, 25-21 and 25-21. Epping was led by Olivia Goodrich (seven aces, 29 assists), Eliza Kucera (nine aces, 16 kills) and Katie Pettis (11 digs).
Bishop Guertin 3, Londonderry 2: Bishop Guertin won the match 25-21, 26-24, 9-25, 22-25 and 15-13. Leading Londonderry were
Taylor Collins (13 Kills, 7 blocks), Mariska Feenstra (13 Kills) and Cassy Burbine (26 assists). Leading BG were Kelsi Massicotte (18 digs), Kasey Massicotte (16 assists) and Michele Langlois (7 blocks, 5 kills).
Kearsarge 8, Conant 1: Nick Bailey scored two goals and Karver Bosela, Roudy Rehor, Nick Brady, Jacob Donovan and Andrew VanHooydonk added single tallies to lead Kearsarge of North Sutton (1-1-1).
Conant of Jaffrey fell to 0-3.
Inter-Lakes 5, Winnisquam 1: Ryan Hanbrook and Logan Taylor had two goals each and Hunter Johnson added a single tally for Inter-Lakes of Meredith (3-1). Winnisquam of Tilton (1-3) got its lone goal from Henry Stock.
Bow 3, Hillsboro-Deering 2: Thomas Irving and Cooper Johnson scored for Hillsboro-Deering but it was not enough to topple the defending champion Falcons (4-0).
ConVal 5, Monadnock 0: Matt Czerski, Ian Szep and Austin Wheeler scored in the first half and Stephen Twitchell added two in the second for ConVal of PeterboroUGH (3-0-1). Monadnock of Swanzey fell to 0-3-1.
Salem 4, Manchester Memorial 1: On Tuesday, Darren Righini (goal) and Christian Moreno (goal, assist) led host Salem (4-0) to the win. Memorial fell to 0-2-2.
Derryfield 2, Sunapee 1: In Sunapee, Derryfield (3-0) was led by Jared Schoneberger who had one goal and one assist. Ryan Stagg scored the eventually winning goal. Nick Skarin scored for Sunapee (1-2-1) in the 74th minute.
Bow 3, Hillsboro-Deering 2: Tom Irving and Cooper Johnson each scored for Hillsboro-Deering. Max Parenteau and Troy Girard each had an assist in the loss. Bow goalie Tim Bradley had one save.
Derryfield netminder Drew Johnson had five saves. Sunapee goalie James Fitzgerald turned back 12 shots.
Derryfield 2, Sunapee 1: In Sunapee, Derryfield trailed 2:15 into the game on an own goal by Sunapee. But the Cougars responded on an unassisted goal from Emma Polgrean and the winning goal at 42:15 from Margaret Ives. The assist went to Gabi Brummett. Sunapee keeper Danielle Usko had nine saves and Derryfield keeper Cam Huftalen turned back 18 shots.
Salem 5, Memorial 0: In Salem, Chantalle Dumont recorded three goals. Allie Sirmaian and Lizzy Twomey each had one goal for Salem (4-0). Salem goalie Meaghan Williams turned back two shots. Amanda Travaglini had three assists. Memorial goalie Katie Jordan had 17 saves.
Hanover 2, Plymouth 1: In Hanover, Plymouth (1-2) was led by Angelina Stewart who scored the only goal assisted by Samantha Gaumer. Hannah Seibel and Christine Crolton scored for Hanover. Plymouth goalie Emelia Karntakosol stopped 17 shots and Hanover netminder Elizabeth Sachsse had six saves. Midfielder Riley Karp played well for the Bobcats.
Exeter 4, Bishop Guertin 2: Exeter opened the scoring in the first half with goals from Caroline Martel and Andrea Smith (assisted by Jordan Teixeira). Kristin Cameron of BG open the second half scoring with a goal, assisted by Caley Prunier. Smith scored her second of the game (assisted by Emma Brown) before Carly Caveny of BG answered with a goal assisted by Cameron. Teixeira added the final score for Exeter on a penalty stroke.
Memorial falls to 0-4.
Central 2, Dover 1: Abby Jackson scored with 3:27 remaining in the game to give Central (1-2) the win at Dover (0-4). Stephanie Gardner gave Central a 1-0 lead in the first half and Meghan Wilson tied it for Dover in the second.
Pinkerton 6, Keene 1: Kaylie Decosmo scored four goals and Julie Saltamartini added four assists to lead Pinkerton (2-1). Keene fell to 1-2.Concord 5, Nashua South 1: In Nashua, Alyssa Freeman scored the lone goal for the Panthers (0-4).