High School Roundup: Pembroke, Windham boys advance
Hanover 4, Timberlane 1: Top-ranked and unbeaten Hanover advanced to the Division I boys' soccer semifinals with a win over visiting Timberlane of Plaistow.
Hanover got two goals from senior Xavier Tchana and single tallies from Rocco Linehan and Evan Greenwald to build a 4-0 lead. Timberlane (10-8-0) got a late goal from Ben Enos. Division IIISanborn 3, Stevens 2 (OT): In Claremont, Kyle Lord, Micah Peterson, Jon Brown, Shaun Howard and Abe Scully each scored a penalty kick to lead 14th-ranked Sanborn to the semifinals for the first time since 2008.
Derryfield 2, Lisbon 0: At Manchester, Griffin Phaneuf and Jack St. Jean scored for No. 3 Derryfield (15-2-1). Lisbon (8-6-4) goalkeeper Josh Deem made 10 saves. Derryfield goalie Tommy Cissel stopped seven.Woodsville 1, Gorham 0: At Woodsville, Mike Dennis scored off a feed from David Bazzell in the 36th minute and goalkeeper Tom D'Angelo made 12 saves to make it stand up for No. 1 Woodsville (16-1-1).
Bedford 2, Manchester Central 1 (OT): At Bedford Saturday, Seanna Gosselin's second goal of the game gave No. 3 Bedford the win. No. 6 Central got its goal from Sarah Thompson in the sixth minute.
Inter-Lakes 3, Campbell 0: At Litchfield, visiting No. 5 Inter-Lakes of Meredith defeated No. 4 Campbell Saturday in straight sets. Senior Jordan Donohue had 19 kills to lead Inter-Lakes. Brianna Hardy had 10 kills for Campbell.
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