NHIAA Roundup: Derryfield field hockey ends 14-0
Berklee Vaillancourt scored four goals as Derryfield School of Manchester blanked host Sanborn of Kingston, 5-0, in field hockey to finish undefeated. Derryfield (14-0) completed its first undefeated regular season since 2007 under head coach Lenny McCaigue. Kate Johnson had the win in nets.
Bedford 1, Dover 0: Tori Cull tallied for BHS (6-5-3) against the 16th-seeded team. Sanborn is 8-5-1.
Salem 5, Exeter 2: At Exeter, Kiley Keenan scored three goals as Salem completed the Division I regular season with a 12-2-0 record. Chantelle Dumont and Abbey Raymond also scored for the Blue Devils. Caroline Martel and Emma Brown scored for Exeter (10-2-1).
Bishop Guertin 2, Concord 1 : Dakota Bilodeau (from Mia Vecchione) and Caley Prunier (from Haley Mahan) scored BG's goals. Brooke Pearson played well for BG (7-7) and teammate goalie Kelly Mahoney had nine saves. The Concord goal was scored by Ingrid Burghard. Concord is 5-8-1. Central 2, Nashua South 0: At Nashua, Stephanie Gardner and Brenna Ryder scored scored for Central, which completed the regular season 5-7-2. Central goalie Mikaela Edmonds had 10 saves. Nashua South's Taylor Frothingham recorded five saves. Central ends the regular season at 5-7-2 and will play in the first round of playoffs on Tuesday. Nashua South is 1-13 on the season.
Newfound 4, White Mountains 1: Tuesday in Whitefield, Newfound's first two goals goal were scored by Allie Symonds with assists going to Amber Plummer and Karissa Bony, who tallied the final two goals for the Bears. Newfound goalie Megan Sharp had seven saves for the 10-3 Bears.
Concord 0, Hanover 0: Hanover stormed the cage, but Concord goalie Andrew Grondin put a lid on it. Grondin turned back 13 shots, including one in the second overtime in a 0-0 tie. First-place Hanover remained unbeaten at 13-0-1 and Concord is 10-2-2. Concord outshot Hanover 4-3 in the first half, but the Marauders dominated the second half and two overtimes, owning a 14-4 shot advantage. Grondin made the stop of the game in the second overtime off a corner try by Hanover. Xavier Tchana had a chance to deposit the ball into the cage, but Grondin smothered the shot attempt and the Crimson Tide escaped defeat. Hanover goalie Alex Bynum stopped five shots.
Bedford 4, Keene 1: At Bedford, the Bulldogs (6-8) were led by two goals from Alden Skillings and one each from Josh Bauer and senior captain Jim Heald.
Pembroke 4, John Stark 2: Aaron Locke collected two goals for the Spartans and teammates Parker Heath and Spencer Nowe each had one. Brandon Dugay and Will Pineault each scored for John Stark.
Hillsboro-Deering 2, Stevens 0: Max Parenteau and Josh Gould each scored, and teammates Troy Girard and Tristan Brooks each had an assist. Stevens goalie Austin Putnam and H-D keeper Connor Lane each had four saves.
Londonderry 3, Nashua South 2 : At Londonderry, Nate Gaw, Keith Foley and Tom Cranmer scored for the Lancers (7-7-1), who received two assists from Nick Brodeur. Ryan Guidaboni and Srishail Thapa collected South (2-12) goals.
Timberlane 2, Manchester Memorial 0 : Sam Skinner scored both goals in a span of 10 minutes in the second half for the 8-6 Owls.
Alvirne 3, Nashua North 0: At Hudson, Matt Lubinski scored twice to help Alvirne improve its Division I record to 12-2-0. Nashua North fell to 4-9-1.
Pinkerton 2, Merrimack 0 : In Derry, Zach Bell (assist to Tommy Martin) and Tim Wood (assist to Kyle Hicks) scored nine minutes apart in the second half. Eric Werner had four saves for 10-4 Pinkerton. and Michael Guest had 11 saves for 6-7-1 Merrimack.
Dover 3, Goffstown 2 (18-25, 20-25, 25-16, 25-21, 15-10): Top performers for Dover were Lisa Bean (7 Kills, 16 Digs), Molly Wotton (23 Kills), and Mackenzie Geppert with 31 assists. Goffstown (9-6) was led by Jess Williamson (16 kills, 23 digs), Rene Roggenbuck (11 kills, 10 digs, 4.5 blocks), Kendra Siemiesz (33 assists, 13 digs). Dover is 15-0.
Hollis/Brookline 3, Concord 1 (25-14, 25-18, 21-25, 25-17): In Concord, Hollis/Brookline (7-8) was led by Savannah Werne (23 kills, six aces) and Bella Zampieri (eight aces, six kills, 10 digs).
Inter-Lakes 3, Belmont 1 (25-16, 28-26, 25-27, 25-19): Inter-Lakes of Meredith improved to 10-3, led by senior captains Jordan Donohue (23 kills, 11 blocks, 10 digs) and Lydia Swedberg (18 digs, 17 service points). Hayley Roth registered 32 assists, eight points and three kills in the win. Also contributing were Victoria Burns (11 digs, nine points) and Jessica Schofield (7 kills, 5 blocks). Belmont (11-2) was led by Megan Bailey (2 aces, 1 kill, 4 digs, 2 blocks, 34 assists), Jessie Bergeron (3 aces, 20 digs), Bridget Annis (8 kills, 3 blocks), Louisa Bergeron (11 kills, 2 blocks) and Alyssa Woods (1 ace, 8 kills).
Portsmouth Christian 3, Raymond 0 (25-14, 25-8 and 25-20): Sheila Tobin led the winners with 14 saves.
Wilton-Lyndeborough 3, Hillsboro-Deering 1 (25-20, 25-8, 19-25, 25-23): In the loss, the Hillcats were led by Ginny Philbrick (eight kills and five aces), Emily Hatcher (six kills, four aces), Dakota Anderson (five digs) and Hannah Pepper with 12 assists.
Merrimack 3, Pinkerton 0 (25-20, 25-17, 25-22): Kelsey Cummings had 20 digs for the Astros and Jo Coffey had 10 digs and 28 assists for Merrimack.
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