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September 10. 2013 11:46PM

NHIAA soccer

NHIAA Roundup: Central girls, Hanover boys register soccer shutouts


Portsmouth's Ian Troost, battles with West's David Dempsey at Piscataquog River Park in Manchester on Tuesday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)

Victoria Vincent and Sara Swetland each scored a goal to lead Manchester Central to a 2-0 Division I girls’ soccer win against Concord Tuesday. Central (2-1) center-backs Taylor Wright and Sarah Michaud aided goalkeeper Linsday St. Pierre in an eight-save shutout. Becky Weld made eight stops for Concord (1-3).

Campbell 6, Somersworth 1: In Litchfield, Campbell (3-0-1) was led by Nikki Golden who scored three goals and freshman Aly Ferraras whp scored her first varsity goal. Also scoring for the Cougars were Sydney Crema and Kali Trunca each with one goal. Playing well defensively for the Cougars were Savannah Cavanaugh, Hannah Neild, Savannah Reinitzer, Jill Kohm and Mandie Miller.

Memorial 2, Salem 2: At Manchester, Memorial received two goals from Vanessa Monzon and overcame a two-goal deficit. Monzon’s second goal came 19:27 into the second half. Both teams are 0-2-2.

Pinkerton 2, Spaulding 0: In Derry, Pinkerton (4-0) received goals from Reanna Romano and Andrea Galvin. Julie Murray and Keara Doolan each had an assist against 0-3 Spaulding. Pinkerton goalie Sammy Mitchell had three saves while Spaulding netminder Monica Harris turned back 16 shots.

Hanover 2, Trinity 0: At Manchester, Susanna Penfield and Sophie Lubrano scored for Hanover, who received assists from Kelly Brigham and Eliza Laycock.

Epping 4, Concord Christian 0: In Concord, Epping (2-2) got two goals from Evelyn Carleton and one each from Sabrina Rivers and Ashley Krenzer. Assists were registered by Jordan Higginbottom, Ashley Krenzer, Evelyn Carleton and Maddeline Marchisio. Epping goalie Chloe Pelletier had 11 saves while Concord Christian goalie Morgan Draus turned back 11 shots.

Londonderry 5, Winnacunnet 1: At Londonderry, June Cranmer scored three goals to help Londonderry raise its record to 3-2. Leanna Geiger and Kayleen Walberg also scored for the Lancers, who received seven saves from Merissa Brousseau. Michaela Fiorino scored for Winnacunnet, which dropped to 1-3.

InterLakes 5, Gilford 2: The Lakers took a 3-1 halftime lead behind goals from Caitlin Rotonnelli (assisted by Danielle Boucher), Sarah Dunlap (Madelyn Edgar), and Charlotte Morrow, who had two goals. Boucher added one more.

Hillsboro-Deering 3, Conant 0: Kymberlee Bergstresser opened the scoring and Madisyn Winters and Morgan Winters added insurance goals.

Boys’ soccer

Central 1, Concord 0: At Manchester, Keegan LaBerge scored on a penalty kick in the 90th minute to help the Little Green raise their record to 2-2. Alec Patterson made six saves for Central. Concord fell to 2-1-1.

Hanover 4, Londonderry 0: In Hanover the Marauders improved to 3-0 as Dan Hazlett, Sam Carey (free kick with assist to Evan Greenwald) and Asa Berolzheimer (rebound shot from Rocco Linehan) each scored in the first 20 minutes. Tim Alibozek scored the last goal with Ian Caldwell notching the assist in the win. Goalie Alex Bynum gained his third straight shutout win, Londonderry fell to 0-2-1.

Lebanon 3, John Stark 0 (Monday): Martin Gradijan, Will Merchant and Tate Singleton tallied goals for Lebanon (2-0). Jeff Purdy added two assists. Stark fell to 1-3.

Souhegan 2, Trinity 0: In Amherst, Souhegan (2-2) was led by goals from Devan Casey and Mike Hayden, who added an assist. Souhegan goalie Teigue Young had five saves, Trinity (1-2) had five saves from goalie Zach Szczeockowicz.

Hopkinton 8, Campbell 5: At Hopkinton, Jacob Rockwood and Doug Fleury each scored twice as Hopkinton improved to 3-0. Zach Perault and Jonathan Donaghey each scored twice for Campbell, while Christian Wallenmaier had three assists.

Alvirne 3, Pinkerton 0: At Hudson, R.J. Younghusband scored twice to help Alvirne improve to 2-1-0. Brett Richardson also scored for the Broncos, who received 11 saves from Jake Schofield.

ConVal 3, Keene 2 OT: ConVal scored first on a goal from Austin Wheeler but Keene rallied a 2-1 lead behind scores from

David Idelkope and Austin Ells. Jack Lithgow tied the game for the Cougars (2-0-1) in the second half before Wheeler scored in overtime to end the contest.

Epping 5, Concord Christian 1: Scoring for Epping (3-0) were Azize Zerguine (2 goals), and one goal each from James Stanley, Mark Marasca, and Cam Osgood.

Volleyball

Pinkerton 3, Timberlane 1: At Derry, Pinkerton (1-1) won 25-17, 25-15, 16-25 and 25-23. Kelsey Cummings led the Astros with 10 kills and teammate Olivia Mathieu added 10 kills and 17 digs. Courtney Collins had 10 kills and Lexi Verrault contributed 22 digs. Leading the Owls (1-1) were Christina Nye (16 kills, 13 digs), Jess Buckley (nine aces) and Jane Buckley (four blocks).

Campbell 3, Epping 0: At Litchfield, Sophie Scafidi had 15 assists and eight service points as Campbell posted a 25-14, 25-18, 25-15 victory and improved to 2-0. Lauren King added eight service points, four aces and one block for the Cougars. Epping received eight kills and eight digs from Eliza Kucera.

Hollis/Brookline 3, Winnacunnet 0: At Hollis, Savannah Werne collected seven kills and six aces in Hollis/Brookline’s 25-22, 25-13, 25-19 triumph. Maddy Blake had three aces for the Cavaliers, who are now 1-1. Winnacunnet is also 1-1.?Field Hockey

Bishop Guertin 1, Dover 0: At Dover, Kristin Cameron scored an unassisted goal with 2o minutes to play Monday, as the Cardinals raised their record to 1-1.

Field Hockey

Newfound 4, Newport 2; Newfound received first half goals from Allie Symonds and Megan Libby. Newfound’s second half goals were scored by Karissa Bony and freshman Amanda Johnston. Sophomore Megan Sharp had a strong second half in goal with 10 saves for the Bears.





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