NHIAA Roundup: MacPherson leads Raymond booters
Tucker MacPherson scored his 30th and 31st goals of the season to lead Raymond past Pelham 3-2 in a boys’ soccer match in Raymond Monday.
Goffstown 3, Keene 1 (25-17, 25-10, 23-25, 25-8): At Goffstown, top performers for Keene (1-10) were Madison Wells (seven digs, two kills), Anna Hubbard (six digs, one kill) and Maya Ginsberg (six assists). Leading Goffstown (7-4) were Jess Williamson (nine kills, two aces), Kendra Siemiesz (15 assists, three kills), Katie Howe (six kills, four digs) and Emilie Veilliux with 10 assists.
Pinkerton 5, Nashua North 1: At Derry, Julie Saltamartini scored three goals for Pinkerton (10-1) which has won nine straight games. Samantha Day and Jessica Cote each tallied one goal. Kaylie DeCosmo had three assists. Caitlin Russell scored rfor North.
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