High School Roundup: Kew's hat trick leads Central girls over Memorial
Manchester Memorial’s Hailey Morse, left, and Manchester Central’s Lauren Infantine vie for a loose ball on Saturday at Memorial. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Annie Kew netted a hat trick, leading Manchester Central to a 7-1 victory over host Manchester Memorial on Saturday in field hockey.
Emma Dudley, Cam Casey, Katelyn Parker and Lilly O'Connell also scored for the Little Green (3-1-2).
Makenna Platte tallied for Memorial (1-8).
Pinkerton 1, Londonderry 0: In Derry, Megan Michaud scored at the 18:42 mark for the game's only goal. Goalkeeper Khaliyah Ellis made seven saves for the shutout, her seventh of the season. She has allowed one goal in eight games for 8-0 Astros.
Lancers goalie Morgan Brutus played well, too, and made nine saves. Top Londonderry defenders included Maeve McPhail, Caroline Russel, Chase Vanini and Ellen Kester. Londonderry dropped to 4-4.
Gilford 8, Littleton 0:In Littleton, Kellie Ryan scored a game-high four goals while Laurel Gingrich and Sydni Lehr both logged two goals and two assists for Gilford (8-1). Nicole Berube tallied three assists and Jillian LaChapelle recorded one of her own for the Golden Eagles. Emily Eaine made 21 saves for Littleton (1-5).
Pinkerton 3, Londonderry 0: In Derry, the Astros won the Mack Plaque rivalry matchup, 30-28, 25-18 and 25-11. Brooke Kane had nine kills and three blocks, Sara Metzger added eight spikes, three aces and 32 assists, Ella Dandrade had 18 digs and Amelia Graves added nine kills for the 7-1 Astros. Londonderry, which dropped to 3-6, got nine kills from Maddie Sanborn while Anna Haas posted 16 assists.
Epping 3, Mascenic 1: In Epping on Friday night, the hosts won by scores of 25-21, 25-11, 20-25 and 25-22. Epping (3-3) was led by Anna Re with six aces, 12 kills, 10 digs and one block. Hayley Pelletier added one ace, 10 kills and three digs. Marissa Adams had three aces, six kills, and 13 digs. Oakley Lustenberger added an ace, two kills, four digs and 32 assists.
Salem 4, Timberlane 3 (OT): In Plaistow, the Blue Devils handed the Owls their first loss of the season. Christian Allaire, Matt Perry and Connor Ross scored for Timberlane (7-0-1). Salem improved to 8-1. Tyler Mackie and Connor Newman combined to stop nine shots for Timberlane.
Hanover 5, Merrimack 1:In Hanover, Bautie Gallino scored twice for the Marauders (6-4). Charlie Adams, Henry Kahl and Liam Collins also scored for Hanover. Johnathan Paulhamus scored for Merrimack (2-7).
Bedford 7, Bishop Guertin 0: In Nashua, Ryan Sledjeski (two goals, two assists), Mark Keiffer (one goal, two assists) and Charley Speaker (one goal, two assists) helped Bedford improve to 7-1.
Austin Edwards, Jarlath Riley and Zach Verow added goals, and David Kosky picked up an assist. Goalkeepers Aidan Wisherd and Noah McLeod split the shutout.
Hopkinton 2, Raymond 1: In Hopkinton, Max Rossignol accounted for both goals for the Hawks, including the winning tally in the 77th minute. Rossignol got the Hopkinton (8-0) on the board first on a penalty kick minutes into the second half. Kayden Brackett's strike drew Raymond (6-3) even in the 64th minute. Hawks goalie Sam Crawford made four saves while Alex Sweeney stopped nine shots for the Rams.
Pinkerton 2, Londonderry 1: In Derry, the Astros rallied late to win. With the hosts down 1-0, Macy Graves scored on a penalty kick in the 70th minute, and Nicole Alves tallied in the 79th minute for the game winner. Olivia Stowell scored in the 41st minute for Londonderry (4-4). Pinkerton (4-3-1) received 10 saves from Reagan Kolinski. The Lancers' Jazmine Richard made six stops.
Concord Christian wins bass fishing
The Concord Christian Kingsmen reeled in a total weight of 16.55 pounds of bass in Thursday's NHIAA bass fishing tournament on Lake Winnipesaukee.
Fall Mountain of Langdon took runner-up honors with 15.13 pounds, followed by Monadnock of Swanzey (14.65), Milford (14.09), Alvirne of Hudson (11.88), Sunapee (11.76), Bishop Brady of Concord (10.16), Winnacunnet of Hampton (8.83), Bishop Guertin of Nashua (8.36) and Coe-Brown Northwood Academy (8.32).