NHIAA Roundup: MacPherson’s four goals lead Raymond boys to victory
The Rams improved to 5-1.
Tad DiPietro and Tom Mercier each scored once for Raymond. Goalie Collin Deyarmin turned back eight shots.
The Hawks (6-0) struck early as Nick Fleury, making his first varsity start, scored both of his goals in a three-minute span by the 21st minute of play. Doug Fleury followed with an unassisted goal in the 35th minute and Evan Ruderman made it 4-0 in the 37th minute with the assist going to Doug Fleury. The last goal from Doug Fleury came in the 44th minute.
Concord 2, Nashua North 1 (2 OTs): In Nashua, Alejandro Herrera scored in the seventh minute of the game for the Titans (2-5-1).
Londonderry 2, Dover 1: Londonderry (2-4-1) beat Dover (1-6) behind goals from Nick Brodeur and Nate Gaw, who was assisted by Andrew Mitchell. Bobby Krause had four saves in goal for Londonderry.
Sanborn 2, Hillsboro-Deering 1 (Mon.): At Hillsboro, Cooper Johnson staked HD to a 1-0 lead but an own goal and tally from Austin Clough in the 69th minute pushed Sanborn to the win.
June Cranmer scored Londonderry’s other goal. The loss dropped Dover’s record to 2-4-1.
Hillsboro-Deering 2, Kearsarge 1: At North Sutton, Madisyn Winters collected a goal and an assist in Hillsboro-Deering’s victory. Kiersten Clough also scored for the Hillcats.
Belmont 3, Inter-Lakes 2: At Belmont, the host won by scores of 21-25, 25-23, 14-25,25-19,15-11. Leading Belmont (6-0) were Alyssa Wheeler (11 kills, 1 block, 5 digs), Bridget Annis (3 kills, 1 block), Jessie Bergeron (2 aces, 5 kills, 25 digs, 3 assists), Shea Callahan (1 ace. 3 kills, 2 blocks, 2 digs) and Megan Bailey, who reached her 1,000 career assist. She finished the game with 32 assists.
Plymouth 0, Lebanon 0: At Lebanon, Plymouth goalie Emelia Karntakosol made 17 saves to help Plymouth move its record to 3-3-1. Emily Foster made five saves for Lebanon (5-1-1).
Girls’ Cross Country
In Penacook at Merrimack Valley High, Madeleine Hunt led the way for the Sabers with a 20:25 time. Souhegan Boys Race to Victory at Merrimack Valley
Souhegan 18, Merrimack Valley 57, Windham 75, Plymouth 102, John Stark 139.
Eli Moskowitz led Souhegan with a 17:09 time in Penacook.
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