H.S. Sports Roundup: Derryfield gets revenge with win over Pittsfield
Derryfield School of Manchester avenged its only loss of the season with a 5-1 Division IV boys’ soccer home victory Thursday against Pittsfield. Derryfield improves to 8-1, while Pittsfield falls to 4-2-2. Griffin Phaneuf opened the scoring at the five-minute mark. The Cougars iced the game with second-half goals from Austin Hammer and Jack St. Jean.
Timberlane 3, Pinkerton 1: Sophomore striker Tyler Donovan scored twice and added an assist as Timberlane of Plaistow (5-2-3) came back from a one-goal deficit to defeat visiting Pinkerton Academy of Derry. Owen Nelson scored for the Astros (8-2). Tom Sullivan saved 20 to record the victory.
Lebanon 0, Souhegan 0: In Amherst, Lebanon (7-1-1) and Souhegan (5-3-2) battled, but couldn’t solve either goalie. Brendan Dix had four saves for the Sabers while Will Sanborn turned back 10 shots.
St. Thomas 4, Hollis/Brookline 1: In Hollis, Jon Nartiff struck for two goals while Eric Eames and Brian Ellis each added one to hand the Cavaliers (5-1-3) their first season loss. The Saints improved to 4-4-1.
Sunapee 3, Concord Christian 0: Noah Skarin had two goals and an assist to boost Sunapee past visiting Concord Christian.
Derryfield 6, Portsmouth Christian 0: Derryfield improved to 7-1 behind two goals from Jordyn Arzilli. Chloe Warner had two assists and a goal. Portsmouth Christian falls to 1-8.
Sunapee 6, Concord Christian 1: Abby Armstrong assisted on four goals in Sunapee’s win against Concord Christian. Bridget Sherwin, Rose Webb, Haley Clark, Maddy Fowler, Meg Clarenbach and Rylee Weinstein each scored a goal for the winners.
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