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October 08. 2013 10:23PM

NHIAA Roundup: Hopkinton, Bow booters tie in Div. III boys' soccer contest

Nick Fleury scored off a corner kick with 30 seconds remaining in regulation to help the visiting Hopkinton boys' soccer team salvage a 1-1 tie against Bow on Tuesday in a matchup between two of the top teams in Division III.

Chris Ketchum scored an unassisted goal for Bow, which is 10-1-1. Hopkinton remained unbeaten at 10-0-1. Zach Rouleau assisted on Fleury's goal.
Central 3, Bishop Guertin 0: At Nashua, goals from Anuj Kahda, Amar Dzeilivic and Austin Camberis allowed Central to improve its Division I record to 9-2.

Central, which led 1-0 at halftime, stretched its winning streak to nine games. Sam Binigono collected two assists for the Little Green. Central goaltender Alec Patterson made one save. The loss dropped BG to 1-7-2.
Londonderry 2, Bedford 1: At Londonderry, goals by Nick Brodeur and Nate Gaw helped the Lancers raise their record to 5-6-1. Caelan Koolman scored for Bedford, which slipped to 5-6.
Kearsarge 3, Campbell 0: At Litchfield, Andrew Van Hooydonk collected a goal and an assist as Kearsarge raised its Division III record to 8-3. Francis Carpenter and Roudy Rehor also scored for Kearsarge. The loss dropped Campbell's record to 5-6.
Pinkerton 3, Nashua North 0: At Derry, Zach Bell had three assists and the Astros posted their seventh shutout of the season. Alex Ebner, Came Burke and Dave Parrott scored for Pinkerton, which is 8-3-0. North fell to 3-8-1. Eric Werner (two saves) and Jimmy Mansour (one save) shared time in the Pinkerton goal.
West 5, Kennett 1: At Manchester, Promise KPee scored three goals to highlight West's victory. Patrick Azzo and Calin Grama also scored for West (3-7). Bruce Taylor scored for Kennett ((3-8).
Nashua South 4, Dover 3: Ryan Guidaboni and Alex Hoffman each scored twice for South, which has won two in a row and improved to 3-9. Dover is now 1-9-1.
Portsmouth 1, Pembroke 1: At Portsmouth, the Clippers' lone goal was scored by Anthony March from Tucker Addison; Pembroke tied it in the 36th minute from Justus Turk. Spencer Nowe had the assist.
Hanover 5, Memorial 0: At Hanover, Daniel Hazlett and Xavier Tchana each scored twice as Hanover improved to 11-0-0. Hazlett and Tchana each have a team-high 12 goals this season.

Tim Alibozek also scored for Hanover, which received three assists from Rocco Linehan. Alex Bynum made two saves to record his ninth shutout. Memorial fell to 2-6-3.
Alvirne 2, Concord 1: At Hudson, P.J. Busnach and Brett Richardson scored for the Broncos, who raised their record to 9-2-0. Jake Schofield (five saves) and Liam Regan (five saves) each shared time in the Alvirne goal. Concord fell to 8-2-1.

Hillsboro-Deering 1, Monadnock 1:at Hillsboro, Max Parenteau’s goal was the offensive highlight for the Hillcats, who outshot Monadnock 17-4. Monadnock’s Bryce Blake recorded 16 saves. Hillsboro-Deering’s Brett Bennett made three stops.
Kearsarge 3 Campbell 0: At Litchfield, Kearsarge goals from Francis Carpenter, Andrew VanHooydonk (assist Nick Bailey) and Roudy Rehor (assist Andrew VanHooydonk) deflated Campbell. Kearsarge keeper Mike Sullivan had six saves.
Exeter 4, Timberlane 3 (OT): Cam Donnelly, Tyler Donovan and Nick Gibbs each scored for the 5-5 Owls.

Girls' soccer

Bedford 1, Londonderry 1: Meghan Foley scored in the first half for Bedford and Alexa Bedell, from Shannon Crowley, tallied for Londonderry in the 74th minute. Bedford goalie Brooke Barrett had 13 saves and Londonderry's Merissa Brousseau turned back seven shots. Bedford is 8-1-2 and Londonderry is 6-4-2.
West 6, Kennett 1: At Conway, Allie Hebert had three goals and two assists to help West pick up its first victory of the season. Abbi Desrochers collected two goals and two assists for West (1-9), which also received a goal from Ajna Masic.
Lebanon 2, Trinity 0: At Lebanon, Rachael Townsend and Sam MacDonald scored for Lebanon, which improved to 4-6-2. Trinity dropped to 3-7-0. Kassidee Roger made nine saves for Lebanon.
Manchester Central 2, Bishop Guertin 0: In Manchester, Sara Swetland and Emily Duchesne scored 56 seconds apart in the 71st minute to lead Central to its fifth shutout win of the season. Devin Lacroix and Swetland, who scored her eighth season goal, each had an assist. Duchesne has scored five goals. Lindsay St. Pierre had five saves for 9-3 Central. BG falls to 7-3.
Souhegan 1, Goffstown 0: Peyton Kent scored the lone goal just 23 minutes into the first half. Both teams are 7-2-1.

Field hockey

Bedford 1, Keene 1: At Bedford, Keene's Christie Buyer scored with less than two minutes to play in regulation, but each team came up empty in overtime. Kathlyn Rooney scored for Bedford, which moved to 5-5-2. Bedford goalie Paige Noble made 17 saves.
Derryfield 1, Newport 0: At Newport, senior Colbi Vaillancourt scored her 19th goal of the season as Derryfield raised its record to 11-0. Vaillancourt's goal came in overtime. Kate Johnson made five saves for Derryfield.

Volleyball

Campbell 3, Epping 1 (25-21, 27-25, 24-26, 25-14): Epping was led by Cassidy Garrow with four aces and 13 digs. Olivia Goodrich added 15 assists and six digs.

Girls’ Cross Country
Souhegan 16, Milford 46: Kate Bermingham ran her fastest race of the season (20:41) for Souhegan. The Sabers captured six of the top seven places including the first four. Hannah Gillis (2nd, 20:49), Miclyn Noorda (3rd, 20:59), and Shannon Earley (4th, 21:42) ran solid times. Brianna Lippitt of Milford raced to 5th place in 21:49, and she was followed by Souhegan’s Emmy Ehrenstein (21:56) and Amy Lambert (22:02).
 
Boys’ cross country
Souhegan 17, Milford 46: Eli Moskowitz led the way with a 16:48 clocking over the 5K course. He was followed by teammates Patrick Lynch (16:59) and Brett Quinn (17:07). Milford’s top finisher, Jacob Drescher placed fourth in 17:15. Souhegan was also led by Ben Platt (5th, 17:36), Ben Massa (6th, 17:45), Logan Landrum (7th, 17:48) and Mike Casey (8th, 17:59).


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