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October 25. 2013 12:17AM

NHIAA Roundup: Goffstown girls post field hockey tourney upset


Coe-Brown's Trey Berry, falls as Trinity's Neil McCarthy gains control of the ball during Thursday's game. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Thursday's games
Boys' Soccer

Merrimack at Alvirne
Hillsboro-Deering at Bishop Brady
Derryfield 8, Nute 0
Hanover 5, Bishop Guertin 0
Inter-Lakes 4, Kingswood 0
ConVal at John Stark
Hollis/Brookline at Merrimack Valley
Mascenic 2, Monadnock 2
Pittsfield at Newmarket
Oyster River, Souhegan 2
Sanborn 3, Pelham 2
Salem 3, Nashua North 0
Manchester Memorial at Spaulding
Coe-Brown at Trinity
Londonderry 3, Winnacunnet 2
Gilford 5, Winnisquam 0
Lebanon at Windham
Campbell at Raymond
Lin-Wood 8, Canaan-Pittsburg 2

Girls' Soccer
Monadnock 1, Hillsboro-Deering 0
ConVal 2, John Stark 2
Derryfield 4, Hinsdale 0
Canaan-Pittsburgh 4, Lin-Wood 2
Fall Mountain at Stevens
Timberlane 1, Winnacunnet 0
Pittsfield at Newmarket
Salem at Nashua North
Hollis/Brookline 4, Merrimack Valley 4
Manchester Memorial 3, Spaulding 1
Portsmouth at Manchester West
Dover 3, Concord 2
Exeter 8, Keene 0
Bishop Guertin 1, Londonderry 0
Manchester Central at Bedford

Girls' Volleyball
Windham at Hanover
Newfound at Pittsfield
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Friday's games
Boys' Soccer

Epping at Sunapee; Fall Mountain at Stevens; Manchester West at Portsmouth; Prospect Mountain at Somersworth; Plymouth at St. Thomas; Franklin at Newfound; Pembroke at Milford; Goffstown at Kennett; Mascoma at Laconia; Hopkinton at Kearsarge; Colebrook at Gorham; White Mountains at Belmont; Dover at Concord; Wilton-Lyndeborough at Concord Christian; Hinsdale at Woodsville.

Girls' Soccer
Hinsdale at Woodsville; Belmont at White Mountains; Wilton-Lyndeborough at Concord Christian; Kearsarge at Bow; Milford at Alvirne; Kennett at Goffstown; Inter-Lakes at Gilford; Colebrook at Gorham; ConVal at John Stark; Somersworth at Kingswood; Hanover at Oyster River; Farmington at Pittsfield; Raymond at Pelham; Laconia at Prospect Mountain; Sanborn at Souhegan; Epping at Sunapee; Coe-Brown at Trinity.

Girls' Volleyball
ConVal at Trinity; Belmont at Winnisquam; Merrimack at Timberlane; Sunapee at Stevens; St. Thomas at Souhegan; Pelham at Somersworth; Epping at Prospect Mountain; Manchester Memorial at Salem; Moultonborough at Portsmouth Christian; Concord at Manchester Central; Kingswood at Laconia; Hillsboro-Deering at Mascoma Valley; John Stark at Mascenic; Spaulding at Keene; Londonderry at Hollis/Brookline; Franklin at Inter-Lakes; Portsmouth at Gilford; Bishop Guertin at Dover; Goffstown at Exeter; Plymouth at Fall Mountain; Pinkerton at Alvirne; Wilton-Lyndeborough at Campbell.

Sydney Gagnon scored twice to help 10th-seeded Goffstown upset seventh-seeded Hanover 3-1 Thursday in the first round of the Division II field hockey tournament. Molly Norton also scored for the Grizzlies, who received two assists from Anne Steckowych. Emily Patten scored for Hanover.

Plymouth 2, Portsmouth 0: At Plymouth, Shelby White scored the eventual game-winner in the 43rd minute in the Division II preliminary round game. The assist went to Angelina Stewart, who scored the second goal on a breakaway with 3:15 left. Nora Healey registered an assist on that play. Plymouth goalie Emelia Karntakosol turned back 13 saves. Plymouth plays at No. 1 Windham on Sunday at 2 p.m.

Merrimack Valley 2, Milford 0: At Penacook, Olivia Thurber and Cassidy Huckins scored for sixth-seeded Merrimack Valley in the Division II preliminary round game.

Berlin 5, Conant 0: In Berlin Wednesday in a Division III preliminary round match, Myra Arsenault and Chelsey Caron each scored two goals. Berlin goalie Danielle St. Cyr notched the shutout.

Volleyball

Winnacunnet 3, Londonderry 2:
At Hampton, Londonderry received 15 kills from Madison Milton but the Warriors secured a playoff berth with a 30-28, 25-12, 13-25, 17-25 and 15-11 victory.

Inter-Lakes 3, Prospect Mountain 0: At Meredith, Jordan Donahue collected 10 kills, seven points and four aces as Inter-Lakes raised its Division III record to 12-3 with a 25-20, 25-18, 25-17 triumph.

Sunapee 3, Hillsboro-Deering 0 (25-10, 25-23, 25-16): On Wednesday, Ginny Philbrick had seven digs and Hannah Pepper added four digs for the Hillcats.

Epping 3, Trinity 1: At Epping, Katie Pettis had 18 digs for the Blue Devils, who prevailed 25-13, 21-25, 25-15 and 25-19 on Wednesday. Ngoc Tran had five aces and Cassidy Garrow added six kills for the 8-7 Blue Devils.

Pinkerton 3, Nashua South 0: Kelsey Cummings had 21 digs and Lexie Verreault added 12 digs for the Astros, who won 25-21, 25-11 and 25-19. Nicole Langlais had 10 digs.

Goffstown 3, Timberlane 2: In Plaistow, top performers for Timberlane (10-7) included Jessica Buckley (18 kills), Christina Nye (21 kills), Olivia Harnois (39 assists, five aces) and Ginny Fagan (24 digs) as the Grizzlies prevailed 23-25, 25-16, 21-25, 25-23 and 15-8. Goffstown (11-6) was led by Jessica Williamson (16 kills, 38 digs, 3 aces), Rene Roggenbuck (14 kills, 10 digs), Kendra Siemiesz (26 assists, 13 digs) and MollyKate Fanning (23 digs).

Girls' soccer

Goffstown 4, Pembroke 1:
Senior Michele Tremblay scored her 100th career goal for the Grizzlies. Goffstown had two goals from Georgia Caine and one from Peyton McBride. Pembroke's goal was scored by Emilee Harlow. Goffstown is 9-4-2 and Pembroke fell to 8-7.

Derryfield 4, Hinsdale 0: At Hinsdale, Gabi Brummett scored three goals, giving her 12 in her last two games. Emma Polgrean also scored for Derryfield (15-1-0).

Memorial 3, Spaulding 1 : In Manchester, Memorial was led by Vanessa Monzon who scored twice and Kerry Anne Mothersille. Memorial goalie Rachel Thibeault turned back seven saves for the 2-12-2 Crusaders.

Inter-Lakes 3, Gilford 1: At Gilford, Caitlin Rotonnelli scored three goals as Inter-Lakes capped its regular season with a victory.

Boys' soccer

Hanover 5, Bishop Guertin 0:
In Hanover, the Marauders completed a 15-0-1 regular season campaign with their 14th shutout win. Daniel Hazlett, Rocco Linehan, Xavier Tchana, Noah Kahan and Tim Alibozek each scored once. Linehan, who leads the team with 21 points, had two assists. Hanover goalie Alex Bynum recorded his 11th shutout win. BG ended 1-15.

Sunapee 1, Wilton-Lyndeborough 0: At Wilton, Nick Skarin headed home a Brandon Fleming direct kick with three minutes to play as Sunapee improved to 9-4-2.

Pinkerton 4, Dover 2: Phil Lerner scored two goals for Pinkerton (11-5). Tim Wood and Sean Donohue also tallied once. For Dover, Ryan Ruonala and Ayalew Binette each scored once. Dover is 3-12-1.

Manchester Central 0, Bedford 0: In Manchester Wednesday, Bedford halted Central's 12-game winning streak at Gill Stadium on Wednesday. Central dominated the game, out-shooting Bedford 28-5 and holding a 6-1 advantage in corner tries. But Bedford defense didn't break behind goalie Josh Reeks. Central is 13-2-1 and Bedford is 6-9-1.

Oyster River 4, Souhegan 2: At Durham, Bryce Shultz scored twice for the Bobcats, who improved to 11-4.

Salem 3, Nashua North 0: At Salem, Todd Righini scored twice and Ryan Fredette added a goal for Salem.

Bishop Guertin 1, Londonderry 0: At Nashua, Jamie Sherburne scored for the Cardinals, who ended the regular season 11-4-1.

Hollis/Brookline 3, Merrimack Valley 0 : Hollis/Brookline finished its regular season at 14-2 thanks to two goals by Cole Owens.

Londonderry 3, Winnacunnet 2 (OT): Nate Gaw scored the game-winner in the first overtime for 8-7-1 LHS.

Alvirne 4, Merrimack 1: Alvirne of Hudson completed a 14-2 regular season. Alvirne goals came from goals by Raul Stedile, Josh Bellomo, Brett Richardson and Kyle Salucco.


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