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NHIAA Roundup: Bedford boys get back on winning track


October 18. 2017 1:03AM


The end of a 13-game win streak last Friday doesn’t appear to be anything too devastating for the Bedford High boys’ soccer team. The Bulldogs countered their first setback since August with a 2-1 win over Timberlane on Tuesday in Plaistow. Charley Speaker scored both Bedford goals in the first half to help the Bulldogs (14-2) get back in the win column. Speaker scored in the third minute of the game before striking again 10 minutes before halftime. Al Barney scored for the Owls (8-6-1), who otherwise had trouble with Bedford goalie Aidan Wisherd the rest of the day.

Lebanon 1, Souhegan 0: In Amherst, the Raiders (10-4-1) survived the Sabers (7-6) by way of Owen Johnstone’s goal on Nate Chickering’s assist in the 16th minute. Chris Nulty made two saves for Lebanon to complete the shutout. Matt Greany stopped six shots for Souhegan.

Hopkinton 9, Conant 1: In Hopkinton, the Hawks scored nine times in a game for the second time in their last three contests. Gerry Donahue scored twice for Hopkinton while Corey Breault, Derek West, Zach Berliner, Paul Molnar, Azarius Meister, Danny Miner and Aiden Kennett also found the net once each. Sam Crawford made two saves for the 13-2 Hawks. Conant is 3-12.

Bow 2, Kennett 0: In Bow, Chris Besho and Ryan Leonard had a goal each for Bow (12-3). Kennett is 0-15.

Londonderry 2, Manchester Memoial 0: In Londonderry, Owen Creed and Josh Ryan each posted a tally to help the Lancers improve to 11-2-2. Londoderry’s Alex Hufford made six saves for the shutout while Connor Page made seven stops for Memorial (5-8-2).

Raymond 2, Sanborn 1: In Kingston, first-half goals by Nick Brazeau and Scott Philibert propelled the Rams (11-4). Brazeau scored 2:30 into the game and Philibert, a freshman, scored in the 15th minute. Wilson Long cut the deficit in half for the Indians (7-7-1) in the 71st minute.

The win marks the first time Raymond has won at Sanborn in six years.

Girls’ soccer

Londonderry 3, Manchester Memorial 0: In Manchester, the Lancers (9-6) opened their scoring on a Memorial own-goal before Darby Dupuis and Halle Hamilton added scores. All of Londonderry’s goals came in the second half. Memorial slipped to 4-10-1.

Pinkerton 0, Concord 0: In Concord, Reagan Kolinski made 14 saves to help Pinkerton (8-4-3) tie Concord (10-4-1). It was the third scoreless tie of the season for the Astros.

Winnacunnet 4, Alvirne 1: In Hampton, two goals for Caitlin Trott pushed the Warriors to an eighth consecutive win. Katelyn Charette and Caroline Meusue also scored for the Warriors (12-2-1). Sarah Ruigrok had the lone goal for Alvirne (8-4-3), which had its seven-game unbeaten come to an end.

Oyster River 1, Hollis/Brookline 0: In Durham, Devan McClain got out on a breakaway in the final minutes of the game and made the Bobcats (11-3-1) a winner. The Cavaliers fell to 3-11-1.

Goffstown 3, Manchester West 0: In Goffstown, goals by Ashlyn Couture, Alexa Skinner and Lilly Proulx were the difference for the Grizzlies (8-6-1). Skinner and Proulx traded assists on their goals, which were two minutes apart in the second half. Angie Caldwell (three saves) posted Goffstown’s first shutout since the season opener. West fell to 0-15.


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