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High School Roundup: Hanover edges Bedford; Rust's hat trick lifts Astros

September 08. 2018 12:16AM

In a battle of Division I contenders, junior Charlie Adams showed why he’s one of the top players in the state.

Adams beat a defender in the corner, around goalie Jake Statires and booted a left-footer into the net halfway through the second overtime to give the host Marauders (2-0) a 2-1 win over Bedford in Division I boys’ soccer play.

Adams scored his team’s first goal, as well, 10 seconds into the second half on a 35-yard strike. Hanover goalkeeper Hans Williams made 10 saves. Bedford (2-1) dominated the first half and led 1-0 on a goal by Ryan Sledjeski. Statires had five saves.

Nashua South 3, Manchester Memorial 0: In Nashua, Memorial dropped to 1-1-1. South is 2-1.

Pinkerton 5, Spaulding 0: In Rochester, Alex Rust completed his hat trick in the 32nd minute as Pinkerton scored all of its goals in the first half for the second consecutive game. Conrad Demers and Will D’Amico added a goal apiece for the Astros (3-0). Rust and Max Fairbank each made two saves in goal to preserve the shutout. Spaulding is 0-3.

Trinity 6, Conant 1: In Manchester, Dominic DiZillo had a hat trick. Ethan Frenette scored two goals and Nathan Meeker added one for the Pioneers (4-0). Conant is 0-3.

St. Thomas 3, Mascenic 0: In New Ipswich, Will George, Ben Stonis and Max Valenzuela had the goals for St. Thomas.

Inter-Lakes 5, Somersworth 3: In Somersworth, Quinn Taylor’s hat trick led the Lakers. Eli Dupigny had a goal and two assists and Brady Poehler scored a goal. Alex Potter made six saves.

Hollis/Brookline 1, Souhegan 0: In Hollis, Joey Dias’ 20th-minute penalty kick made the difference for the Cavs (3-1). Ryan Coutu made six saves. Ryan Lockitt made four stops and Ethan Ramm added three for Souhegan (0-4).

Hopkinton 4, Prospect Mountain 1: In Alton, Paul Molnar scored two and assisted on one for the Hawks (3-2). Corey Breault and Andrew Beckwith also scored. Carter Dore scored for Prospect Moutain (2-1-1).

Bishop Brady 4, Winnisquam 0: In Bristol, Jack Bowes earned his first clean sheet with the win, while Angelo Besho, Tom Daly, Nick Lamm and Mike Fitzgibbons scored for the Giants (2-1).

Girls’ soccer

Belmont 1, Fall Mountain 0, OT: In Belmont, Sierra Bourque’s overtime goal lifted the Red Raiders.

Merrimack 3, Keene 1: In Keene, Siobhan McMakin and Abby Morgan notched a goal and an assist, and Isabella LaFauci scored for the Tomahawks (3-1). Caitlyn Moran made 12 saves. Keene is 0-4.

Pinkerton 9, Spaulding 0: In Derry, Chayse Dube scored two and had an assist, and Enya Vanasse-Legaeux had a goal and an assist for the Astros (2-1).

Bishop Guertin 2, Windham 1: In Windham, Julie Nigro and Caitlyn Toom scored for the Cardinals (2-0). Ali Schiebel had the Windham (1-2-1) goal. Jess Thibodeau made five stops for Windham.

John Stark 7, Sanborn 0: In Kingston, Chelsea Woodsum scored twice for the Generals. Lexi Knapton, Aria Ulmer, Sam Innertfield, Alex Pike and Sara Nikias added goals.

Londonderry 5, Timberlane 0: In Plaistow, Ashley Manor scored two and assisted on one, and Sammy LeClair scored two for the Lancers (3-0). Olivia Stowell added a goal. Jasmine Richard stopped three shots, while Izzy Alexander made 10 saves for the Owls (1-2).

Campbell 4, Bishop Brady 2: In Concord, Sheridan Brummett scored both goals for the Giants (3-1).

Field hockey

Windham 5, Bishop Guertin 0: In Windham, Kate Blanchette notched a goal and an assist for the Jaguars. Mary Johnson, Maddie O’Hare and Livi Tsetsilas and Livi Manchester also scored for Windham, which has won its three games by a combined 21-0 count.

Londonderry 2, Timberlane 1: In Plaistow, Lauren Mullen and Alivia Proulx’s first-half goals gave the Lancers the win. Morgan Brutus made five saves for the winners. Skye Priest scored for Timberlane, which got two saves from Sydney Cochrane.

Merrimack 2, Winnacunnet 1, OT: In Merrimack, Demetria Gonzales’ goal 1:45 into the extra session won it for the Tomahawks (3-1). Theresa Twardosky scored for Merrimack and Heather Rohr made four saves. Shanier Lohner scored for the Warriors (2-1).

John Stark 2, Oyster River 1: In Weare, freshman Gracie Bolduc’s second-half goal broke the tie. Olivia Desainde scored the other Stark goal. Elizabeth Aubin, Meg Girardet and Becca Wetherbee each had and assist, while Sydnee Pelletier had seven saves in net.

Bishop Brady 4, White Mountains 1: In Concord, Riley Marsh scored twice and added an assist, Ashlyn Toupin scored one and assisted on another, and Kat Weed scored one for the Giants (3-0).

Girls’ volleyball

Bedford 3, Merrimack 0: In Merrimack, Joanne Bonner had 12 kills, two blocks and 10 digs for Merrimack (0-3). Bedford is 2-0.

Pinkerton 3, Timberlane 1: In Derry, the Astros are off to a 3-0 behind 12 kills and 22 digs from Amelia Graves. Ella Dandrade (25 assists) and Leya Wang (29 service points, four aces) also pitched for the Astros. Timberlane is 0-2.

Campbell 3, Portsmouth Christian 0: In Dover, Liv Garand’s nine aces highlighted Campbell’s attack. Garand added two kills and a pair of digs while Jordan Kanaley came away with 11 assists, three aces and a kill for the Cougars (2-0). PCA fell to 0-2.

Hollis/Brookline 3, Bishop Guertin 0: In Nashua, Elizabeth Atkinson had five kills to notch her 500th overall for the Cavaliers (2-0). Maddie Norris had 12 kills and Kyra Belden had 26 assists and three aces. Elizabeth Knapp had 10 kills and six digs and Julia Pascucci had six kills, 13 assists and six digs for the Cardinals (1-1).



At Shattuck Inn C.C., Jaffrey

Par 36

Derryfield 77; Fall Mountain 59; Conant 34

Individuals: 1. Colin McCaigue, D, 24; 2. Gunnar Senatore, D, 23; 3. Kaylee Lintner, FM, 18; 4. Will Mancini, D, 17; 5. Hetdon Katala, C, 17; 6. Dylan Adamarch, FM, 15; 7. Cameron Fry, FM, 14; 8. Ryan Santosuosso, D, 13

Records: Derryfield 4-2; Fall Mountain 5-1; Conant 4-3

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