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September 19. 2013 11:07PM

Thursday's NHIAA scores


Boys’ soccer

Nute at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Woodsville at Canaan-Pittsburg, Gilford at Somersworth, Manchester West at Souhegan, Winnisquam at Newfound, Oyster River at Plymouth, Hillsboro-Deering at Monadnock, Coe-Brown at Lebanon, Windham at Kennett, Farmington at Kingswood, Milford at John Stark, Winnacunnet at Exeter, Merrimack Valley at Goffstown, Hinsdale at Concord Christian, Bow at Campbell, Newmarket Jr-Sr at Derryfield.

Girls’ Soccer
Newmarket Jr-Sr at Derryfield, Hinsdale at Concord Christian, Manchester Memorial at Bedford, Kingswood at Belmont, Pelham at Bishop Brady, St. Thomas Aquinas at ConVal, Winnacunnet at Exeter, Fall Mountain at Hillsboro-Deering, Bow at Kearsarge, Moultonborough at Inter-Lakes, Gilford at Laconia, Goffstown at Merrimack Valley, Manchester West at Souhegan, Woodsville at Canaan-Pittsburg, Kennett at Windham.

Field Hockey
John Stark at Winnisquam, Laconia at White Mountains, Derryfield at Somersworth, Sanborn at Pembroke, Monadnock at Pelham, Bishop Guertin at Manchester Memorial, Newport at Newfound, Concord at Merrimack, Goffstown at Merrimack Valley, Stevens at Mascoma Valley; Kearsarge at Hopkinton, Manchester Central at Londonderry, Lebanon at Hanover, Bow at ConVal, Nashua North at Dover, Winnacunnet at Exeter.

Girls’ Volleyball
Windham at Fall Mountain, Laconia at Gilford, Hollis/Brookline at Goffstown, Farmington at Campbell, Mascoma Valley at ConVal, Nute at Hillsboro-Deering, Winnacunnet at Exeter, Moultonborough at Inter-Lakes, Portsmouth at Kennett, Merrimack at Manchester Central, Bedford at Manchester Memorial, Coe-Brown at Manchester West, Keene at Londonderry, Trinity at Mascenic, Oyster River at Pelham, Sunapee at Pittsfield, Kingswood at Somersworth, Nashua North at Spaulding, Belmont at Stevens, Bishop Guertin at Timberlane.


Winnacunnet (8-7) 199, Bishop Guertin (14-4) 200, Bedford (19-5) 205, Pinkerton (15-6) 207
Top 10:
1. Ryan Quinn (W) 34; 2. Kevin Scott (BG) 37; 3. Quinn Depasquale (BG) 37; 4. Justin Clutter (B) 38; 5. Charlie Hesser (W) 39; 6. Mike Millerick (W) 40; 7. Matt Barnes (PA) 40; 8. Chelsea Sedlar (BG) 41; 9. Ryan Brown (B) 41; 10. Will Saunders (W) 41.

Alvirne 199, Manchester Central 204, Merrimack 206, Timberlane 213
Central 16-5, Alvirne 8-10, Merrimack 7-11, Timberlane 3-15
Top 10: Matt Paradis (MC) 35; Jack Brown (A) 37; Kyle McKinley (A) 39; Michael Plentzas (MC) 39; Demetri Stamoulis (MC) 39; Matt Paulson (Merr) 39; Jordan Oelkers (Merr) 39; Dan Wholey (A) 40; Zak Kerr (Merr) 41; Mike Scipione (T) 41; Ty Brown (A) 41

At Carter Hill GC
215 Goffstown (8-3); 216 Lebanon (10-4); 261 Merrimack Valley (1-11)
Top 10:
Griffin Barbaro 40 (G); Corey Huckins 41 (L); Bo Gurskis 42 (G); David Albright 42 (L); Nate Proulx 43 (G); Alex Bitler 44 (L); Nate Damren 44 (L); A.J. Potvin 45 (G); Taylor Post 45 (G); Dylan Gaudette 45 (L)

Derryfield 153, Newmarket 201, Franklin 218, Lisbon 241.
Top 10:
1. Roger Larrivee (D) 34; 2. Bennett Doherty (D) 37; 3. Joe Woods (N) 39; 4. Pat McGinley (D) 41; 5. Peter Thompson (D) 41; 6. Corey McGinley (D) 42; 7. Molly Fitzpatrick (D) 44; 8. Jacob Geddis (F) 48; 9. Sam Gendreau (N) 51; 10. Corey Nelson (F) 51
Records: Derryfield 10-0, Newmarket 2-6, Franklin 1-8, Lisbon 0-9

Concord 198, Winnacunnet 199, Londonderry 200, Bishop Guertin 201.
Top 10:
Kevin Scott (BG) 35; Ryan Quinn (W) 37; Will Saunders (W) 38; Dan Pleva (L) 38; Josh Pifer (C) 38; Tom Ethier (BG) 38; Nick Stone (L) 39; Adam Godbout (C) 39; Charlie Hesser (W) 39; Alex Powers (L) 40; Tim Levins (C) 40; Ben Bengtson (C) 40.

Pinkerton 204 (15-3); Nashua North 224 (6-6); Timberlane 229 (3-12); Spaulding 241 (3-12).
Top 10:
Eric Byrne (PA) 38; Marshall Halpin (PA) 39; Kaitlyn Lutinski (PA) 39; Brandon Gillis NN 39; Mike Jensen (NN) 43; Matt Galvin (PA) 43; Michaela Griffin (PA) 45; N. Hennessey (T) 45; J.T. Luna (T) 45; Brent Phillips (S) 46.

Bedford 199, Alvirne 226, Salem 237, Spaulding 240.
Top 10:
Justin Clutter (B) 37, Connor Lee (B) 38, Ryan Brown (B) 41, Griffin Gagne (B) 41, Mike Soucy (B) 42, Ben Breton (B) 43, Austin Adjutant (B) 43, Matt MacDonald (S) 44.
Records: Bedford 18-3, Alvirne 5-10, Salem 1-17, Spaulding 3-15

Gilford 171 Campbell 188, Belmont 193, Conant 212.
Top 10:
Taylor Swarthout (G) 41; Andrew Stokes (G) 42; Maki Seppela (Conant) 42; Caleb Druin (B) 43; Grant Workman (G) 44; Coby Goodwin (G) 44; Brandon Pearl (B) 44; Tylor Butler (C) 45; Austin Baker (C) 47; Sam Mahoney (C) 47

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