NHIAA Roundup: Central boys outlast Pinkerton in OT
September 26. 2013 11:56PM
NHIAA Scores, ScheduleThursday's scores
Winnacunnet 4, Merrimack 3
Kearsarge at Mascenic
Woodsville 4, Canaan-Pittsburg 1
Concord Christian at Sunapee
Raymond 7, Ports Christian 1
Sanborn at Prospect Mountain
Timberlaned 3, Guertin 0
Alvirne 1, Nashua South 0
Londonderry 1, Nashua North 0
Pinkerton at Manchester Central
Keene 3, Manchester Memorial 0
Concord 4, Bedford 1
Hanover 4, Salem 0
Littleton at Gorham
Spaulding at Exeter
Berlin 2, Farmington 1
Portsmouth 3, Goffstown 2
Monadnock at Conant
Bedford 1, Concord 0
Littleton at Gorham
Manchester Memorial 2, Keene 1
Winnacunnet 3, Merrimack 0
Hanover 1, Merrimack Valley 1
Londonderry 0, Nashua North 0
Pinkerton 2, Manchester Central 1
Sunapee 7, Concord Christian 0
Stevens at Windsor, Vt.
Canaan-Pittsburg at Woodsville
White Mountains 3, Kearsarge 0
Profile 2, Franklin 1
Sanborn at Somersworth
ConVal at Oyster River
Conant at Monadnock
Merrimack Valley 2, Hanover 1
Souhegan 4, Bishop Brady 2
Mascenic at John Stark
Campbell at Mascenic
Nashua North at Nashua South
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ConVal vs. Merrimack Valley, Dover vs. Pinkerton, Londonderry vs. Pinkerton, Manchester Memorial vs. Pinkerton, St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Merrimack Valley, Dover vs. Manchester Memorial, Dover vs. Londonderry, Manchester Memorial vs. Londonderry, Alvirne vs. Manchester Central, Bishop Guertin vs. Manchester Central, Alvirne vs. Keene, Bishop Guertin vs. Keene, Manchester Central vs. Keene, St. Thomas Aquinas vs. ConVal, Alvirne vs. Bishop Guertin.
Bishop Brady at Campbell, Hillsboro-Deering at Fall Mountain, Souhegan at Hollis/Brookline, Monadnock at Hopkinton, Plymouth at Kennett, Windham at Oyster River, Bow at Pelham, Coe-Brown at Pembroke, Goffstown at Portsmouth, Dover at Timberlane.
Exeter at Spaulding, Kennett at Plymouth, Kingswood at Prospect Mountain, Oyster River at St. Thomas Aquinas, Alvirne at Sanborn, Campbell at Somersworth, Hollis/Brookline at Souhegan, Derryfield at Portsmouth Christian at Dover, Timberlane at Dover, Pelham at Hillsboro/Deering, Pembroke at Coe-Brown, Kearsarge at Bishop Brady.
Windham at Bow, Plymouth at Goffstown, Stevens at Hopkinton, Concord at Keene, Berlin at Kennett, Franklin at Newport, Mascoma Valley at Newfound, Manchester Central at Manchester Memorial, Bishop Guertin at Merrimack, Lebanon at Milford, Hollis.Brookline at St. Thomas Aquinas, Pelham at Pembroke, Salem at Timberlane.
Salem at Timberlane, Mascoma at Stevens, St. Thomas Aquinas at Windham, Pelham at Portsmouth, Somersworth at Souhegan, Dover at Spaulding, Bishop Guertin at Merrimack, Manchester Central at Manchester Memorial, Winnisquam at Newfound, Inter-Lakes at Moultonborough, Campbell at Nute, Kennett at Oyster River, Fall Mountain at Kingswood, Concord at Keene, Milford at Hanover, Bedford at Hollis/Brookline, Portsmouth Christian at Dover at Franklin, Sunapee at ConVal, Goffstown at Alvirne, Prospect Mountain at Belmont
Both Manchester Central and Pinkerton are 5-2 after Central's Sam Binigono scored the game-winner in the 85th minute to lift the Little Green to a 5-4 OT win on Thursday. Central started strong with four first half goals. Keegan LaBerge scored one minute into the game on a penalty kick. Binigono scored twice in the first half. Pinkerton rallied in the second half behind two goals from Alex Ebner including the tying goal in the 78th minute. Trevor Morrison and Tim Wood each scored for the Astros and Kyle Hicks picked up two assists.
Boys' soccer Hanover 4, Salem 0: At Hanover, senior Dan Hazlett collected two goals and an assist and goaltender Alex Bynum made one save to record his sixth shutout of the season and help Hanover raise its record to 8-0. Salem dropped to 5-2.
Londonderry 1, Nashua North 0: At Londonderry, Nate Gaw took advantage of a Nashua North turnover and scored the game's only goal with less than two minutes to play as Londonderry improved its record to 3-4-1. Bobby Krause made three saves for the Lancers. North goaltender Tim Closson stopped 12 shots. The Titans dropped to 2-6-1.
Concord 4, Bedford 1: At Bedford, the Crimson Tide increased a 1-0 halftime lead by scoring three goals early in the second half and improved to 6-1-1. Bedford fell to 5-3.
Portsmouth 3, Goffstown 2: At Goffstown, Portsmouth's Charley Prevost broke a 2-2 tie with six minutes to go to help the Clippers improve to 8-0. Prevost scored all three Portsmouth goals. Michele Tremblay scored twice for Goffstown, 4-1-1.
Raymond 7, Portsmouth Christian 1: In Raymond, the Rams (6-1) won their fifth straight game. Tucker MacPherson collected four goals to raise his season total to 22 goals in seven games. He has five hat tricks this season and five games with three or more goals scored for the Rams. Mike Schilleriff, Tad DiPietro and Collin Deyarmin each collected one goal.
Timberlane 3, Bishop Guertin 0: At Plaistow, Matt Sarbieski, Nicholas Gibbs and Matt D'Arcangelo scored for the Owls, who raised their record to 4-3-0. Matt Rose made five saves in goal for Timberlane.
West 3, Coe-Brown 2: Promise Kpee scored twice and assisted on the winning goal by Luan Sanches in the 91st minute of double overtime on Wednesday. Jake Dunkerly tallied twice for Coe Brown. West goalie Andrew Laprise had nine saves.
Kearsarge 7, Mascenic 2: At New Ipswich, Andrew VanHooydonk and Roudy Rehor each scored twice for Kearsarge to help the Cougars improve to 5-2-1. Nick Bailey, Jacob Donovan and Keegen Matisse also scored for Kearsarge, which received three saves from Mike Sullivan.
Girls' soccer Memorial 2, Keene 1: Sophomore Daniela Galvez scored her first varsity goal Thursday, and it was a memorable one. The goal came 29 minutes into the second half and gave the Manchester Memorial girls' soccer team a 2-1 victory over visiting Keene. It was Memorial's first victory since the 2011 season. The Crusaders finished 0-16 last season, and were 0-6-2 entering Thursday's contest. Keene grabbed a 1-0 lead on a corner kick 20 minutes into the game, but Memorial pulled even when Vanessa Monson collected her fifth goal of the season 17 minutes into the second half. Tabitha Josefik assisted on Memorial's go-ahead goal. Keene is 6-2.
Pinkerton 2, Central 1: At Derry, Katy Ann Grochman scored the game-winning goal 3:15 into the second overtime as the Astros raised their record to 7-0. Keara Doolin also scored for Pinkerton. Central's Sara Swetland tied the game at 58:54. Central is 5-3.
Bedford 1, Concord 0: At Concord, Asha Steele scored the game's only goal at 16:30 of the first half and the Bulldogs raised their record to 7-0-1. Seana Gosselin assisted on Steele's goal. Bedford goalkeeper Brooke Barrett made four saves.
Volleyball Epping 3, Portsmouth Christian 0: At Epping, the Blue Devils swept Portsmouth Christian 25-18, 25-17 and 25-19 on Wednesday night. Amelia Sheedy had seven kills for the Eagles, who fell to 3-4.
Nashua North 3, Londonderry 0 (Wed.): Madison Milton had five kills and Taylor Collins added four kills. Emily Georgakopoulos had nine saves and Cassidy Litch added five.
Campbell 3, Mascenic 0: At New Ipswich, Brianna Hardy had nine kills and 28 digs as Campbell remained unbeaten after seven matches with a 25-22, 27-25, 25-22 victory. Alex Trevains had 13 kills, 13 service points and three aces for Campbell. Val Boucher added 30 digs, 12 service points and seven aces.
Field hockey Winnacunnet 4, Bishop Guertin 1 (Wed.): Mia Vecchione scored the lone goal for BG. Kelly Mahoney made 26 saves in goal for the Cardinals.
Golf At HUDSON
Green Meadow Golf Club (par 35)
Team scores: Merrimack (15-12) 197; Nashua North (13-8) 198, Keene (14-10) 201, Nashua South (14-10) 207.
Top 10: Brandon Gillis (NN) 33, Brennan Gillis (M) 35, Sam Nielsen (NS) 36; Jordan Oelkers (M) 37; Tommy Hyland (NN) 37; Collin Stroshing (K) 38; Brian Proventure (NN) 39; Hunter Drew (K) 39; Matt Paulson (M) 40; Jasper Jenkins (K) 41.
Ridgewood C.C. Par 36
Derryfield (15-0) 150; Moultonbourough (8-6) 189; White Mountain (10-4) 194; Inter-Lakes (9-6) 195
Bennett Doherty (D) 35; Roger Larrivee (D) 36; Pat McGinley (D) 37; Drew Fay (IL) 41; Peter Thompson (D) 42; Nick Law (M) 42; Mike Donald (M) 42; Corey McGinley (D) 45; Molly Fitzpatrick (D) 46; Jacob Wood (WM) 46
Justin DiBenedetto (C) 36; Sam Mahoney (C) 40; Chris Rourke (S) 40; Austin Baker (C) 41; Connor Sahlin (C) 41; Emma Moore (HD) 42; Matt LaClair (S) 43; Mitchel LeJoie (M) 45; Cody Schoolcraft (S) 46; Ian McDonald (S) 47
Manchester CC (Wed.)
Bedford 200: Justin Clutter 38, Ryan Brown 42, Connor Lee 38, Tim Weeks 40, Mike Soucy 42, Nick Correia 47, Sean McGadden 48, Zachary Wheeler 48; Keene (225): Keeton Foster 42, Jasper Jenkins 48, Colin Stroshine 41, Hunter Drew 46, Cameron Jessup 48, Jack Kiritsy 49, Nick Tolman 49, Trevor Bergman 48; Salem (233): Mat MacDonaald 45, Mike Brandouni 45, Tyler Pickett 48, Anthony Salvo 46, Dan Barbin 53, Devan Baker 49, Jeff Larosa 60, Austin Wilson 50; Exeter (239) Cam Johansson 44, Brandon Mello 49, Zack Lovejoy 54, Jamison Pearson 46, Rob Walmsley 49, Nick Tougas 65, Steven Schnobrick 51, Jeremy Gilbert 52
AT ATKINSON CC
Winnacunnet 212; Londonderry 216; Memorial 224; Timberlane 226
Scores: Nick Stone (L) 41; Will Saunders (W) 41; Ryan Quinn (W) 42; Charlie Hesser (W) 42; Mike Millerick (W) 42; John Cook (M) 43; Dan Schesser (M) 43; Alex Powers (L) 43; Nick Hennessey (T) 43.
Stonebridge CC (Wed.)
Windham 192 (15-0); Goffstown 215 (10-5); Trinity 228 (4-8)
Top scorers: Connor Greenleaf 36 (W); Adam Dolan 37 (W); Bo Gurskis 39 (G); James McKee 39 (W); Griffin Barbaro 40 (G); Jack Grubbs 40 (W); Patrick Higgins 40 (W); Jacob Wolford 42 (T); Christian Bassi 42 (W); AJ Potvin 43 (G)