NHIAA Roundup: Hanover, Campbell roll to wins
Daniel Hazlett collected his team-high 13th goal of the season to help the Hanover boys' soccer team raise its Division I record to 12-0-0 by beating Nashua South 4-0 Thursday in Nashua. Rocco Linehan scored twice for Hanover. South is 3-9-0.
Campbell 3, Conant 1: At Litchfield, Jon Donaghey collected two goals and an assist for Campbell (6-6) Donaghey has a team-high 16 goals this season. Conant slipped to 0-12.
Manchester 3, Winnacunnet 2: At Manchester, second-half goals by Keegan LaBerge and Blaise Mesubuko eight minutes apart lifted the Little Green to a come-from-behind win. Central (10-2) has won 10 straight.
Raymond 5, Farmington 1: At Tucker MacPherson scored four goals and teammate Tad DiPietro added one for the Rams (10-2).
Merrimack 1, Memorial 0: An own goal in the first half helped Merrimack raise its record to 5-5-1. Memorial fell to 2-7-2.
Kearsarge 7, Franklin 0: n, Keegan Matisse scored three goals and Andrew VanHooydonk collected two as Kearsarge raised its record to 9-3-1. Reudy Rehor and Bobby Lauster also scored for KHS.
Pinkerton 3, Bedford 2: At Bedford, the Bulldogs (5-7-0) pulled even by scoring two goals late in the second half, but Alex Ebner's goal with seven minutes to play was the difference. Tim Wood and Zach Bell also scored for PA (9-3-0).
Concord 1, Londonderry 0: At Londonderry, the Lancers received six saves from Jeff Baroody. Londonderry dropped to 5-7-1.
Nashua North 2, Bishop Guertin 1: At Stellos Stadium, Ahmed Abdel-Aziz tallied both goals for the Titans (4-8-1). North goalie Tim Closson had four saves.
Manchester Central 2, Winnacunnet 0: At Hampton, Sara Swetland tallied goals Nos. 9 and 10 on the season to lift the Little Green and both were assisted by Emily Duchesne, Central goalie Lindsay St. Pierre had six saves. Fourth-seeded Central, with three games left against 6th-place Keene (away), nationally ranked Exeter (home) and third-ranked Bedford (away) now has a chance to move up in the standings and determine the playoff match-ups for many teams.
Hollis/Brookline 2, John Stark 0: At Hollis, Hannah Modelski collected a goal and an assist and Erin Stowell also scored to help the Cavaliers improve to 5-5. John Stark fell to 3-7-2. Hollis/Brookline goalkeeper Ryan Philbrook made eight saves to record the shutout.
Inter-Lakes 7, Newport 2: At Newport, Caitlin Rotonnelli scored four goals to raise her season total to 31. Kaylee Converse scored twice for Inter-Lakes, which also received a goal and four assists from Sarah Dunlap. Inter-Lakes improved to 9-3-0. Newport dropped to 1-11-0.
Hillsboro-Deering 2, Kearsarge 0: At Hillsborough, Paytne Walker and Madisyn Winters scored for the Hillcats, who received six saves from Emma Moore.
Campbell 3, Conant 0: At Jaffrey, first-half goals by Natasha Abelson, Kali Trunca and Olivia Crema allowed Campbell to raise its record to 9-3-1. Heather Baron made four saves for the Cougars. Conant fell to 0-12.
Timberlane 2, Keene 1: Alicia Ross and Nicole Bruen scored second-half goals for the Owls (5-6-1).
Bishop Guertin 3, Merrimack 2: At Merrimack, Mia Vecchione scored two goals, including the game-winning goal in overtime, as BG improved to 5-7. BG's Kristin Cameron tied the game, 2-2. with just over five minutes to play. Cassie Smith scored twice for Merrimack (5-6-1).
Goffstown 3, Bow 1: At Bow, the Grizzlies received goals from Molly Norton, Tori Florence and Sydney Dubois to improve to 7-5.
Newfound 2, Stevens 0: At Bristol, goals by Megan Libby and Karissa Bony carried Newfound to victory. Megan Sharp made 10 saves for Newfound (9-3-0).