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September 13. 2013 10:39PM

NHIAA Sports Roundup: Vaillancourt twins lead Derryfield


NHIAA RESULTS, SCHEDULE

Friday's scores
Boys' soccer

Bedford 1, Merrimack 0
Hinsdale 2, Mascenic 1
Hollis-Brookline 5, ConVal 0
Goffstown 3, Lebanon 2
Merrimack Valley 6, Plymouth 2
Moultonborough 5, Lin-Wood1
Kearsarge 4, Pelham 3
Laconia 6, Newfound 0
Stevens 5, Hillsboro-Deering 3
Portsmouth 2, St. Thomas 0
Windham 5, Trinity 0
Prospect Mountain 9, Franklin 0
Bow 3, Sanborn 1
Wilton Lyndeborough 3, Concord Christian 1
Londonderry 3, Spaulding 1
Kennett at Oyster River
Newmarket at Portsmouth Christian
Pittsfield at Derryfield
Nute at Epping
Mascoma Valley at Fall Mountain
Man Central at Dover
Conant at Campbell

Girls' Soccer
Windham 2, Trinity 1
Merrimack Valley 3, Plymouth 1
Bedford 1, Merrimack 1
Fall Mountain 3, Newport 0
Moultonborough 4, Lin-Wood 0
Dover 2, Manchester Central 1
Raymond 7, Gilford 0
Inter-Lakes 6, Kingswood 0
Alvirne 5, Kennett 0
Wilton-Lyndeborough 2, Concord Christian 0
Prospect Mountain 2, Laconia 1
Belmont 2, White Mountains 1
Bishop Brady 4, Kearsarge 1
Derryfield at Pittsfield
Portsmouth at St. Thomas
Hillsboro-Deering at Monadnock
Bow at Campbell
Goffstown at Lebanon

Field Hockey
Hanover 4, Bishop Brady 1
Derryfield 8, Pembroke 0
Lebanon 1, Plymouth 0
Mascoma Valley 6, Mascenic 2
Newfound 6, White Mountains 0
Gilford 8, Kearsarge 0
Pelham at Monadnock
Kingswood at Oyster River
Milford at Souhegan

Girls' Volleyball
Portsmouth 3, Souhegan 1
Spaulding 3, Londonderry 0
Nute 3, Trinity 0
Campbell 3, ConVal 0
Winnisquam 3, Stevens 0
Somersworth 3, Kennett 0
Belmont 3, Newfound 0
Prospect Mtn 3, Portsmouth Christian 1
Windham 3, Manchester West 0
Inter-Lakes 3, Mascoma Valley 0
Moultonborough 3, Franklin 0
Dover 3, Salem 0
Farmington 3, Epping 0
Fall Mountain at Plymouth
Keene at Manchester Central
St. Thomas at Gilford
Pinkerton at Concord

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Saturday's schedule
Boys' Soccer

Blue Mountain (Vt.) at Woodsville, Gorham at Berlin, John Stark at Coe-Brown, Pembroke at Merrimack Valley.

Girls' Soccer
Pembroke at Merrimack Valley, Blue Mountain (Vt.) at Woodsville, John Stark at Coe-Brown.

Field Hockey
Kennett at Berlin, Windham at Merrimack Valley.

Girls' Volleyball
Somersworth at Coe-Brown.

Derryfield School of Manchester got two goals each from senior co-captains (and twin sisters) Colbi and Berklee Vaillancourt in an 8-0 home win over Pembroke Academy Friday.

Colbi Vaillancourt has scored eight goals in the past three games and Berklee has scored six in two games. Another captain, Zoe Pisierra, added a goal as did Polly Carter, Liz Krogman (her first on varsity) and Lainee Shaughnessy. Goalie Kate Johnson made two saves for the shutout. Derryfield is 3-0 while Pembroke falls to 0-4.

Girls' soccer

Windham 2, Trinity 1: Visiting Windham remained undefeated at 4-0. Trinity (1-3) led 1-0 before Alex Higgins tied the game in the first half and sophomore Haley Psareas netted the game-winner in the 73rd minute.


Dover 2, Manchester Central 1: An own goal gave Dover (1-3) its first win of the season at Central (2-2). Shayna Murphy had the other Dover goal and Emily Duchesne scored for Central.


Inter-Lakes 6, Kingswood 0: Caitlin Rotonnelli scored the first three goals in the first eight minutes of the game for her third hat trick of the season. Chloe Davis and Daniele Boucher added goals, and Madelyn Edgar had a goal and assist for Inter-Lakes (4-1).

Boys' soccer

Hollis/Brookline 5, ConVal 0: The Cavaliers remained undefeated (6-0) and were led by a Cole Owens hat trick to beat ConVal (3-1-1). Aaron Campbell and Ryan Papineau chipped in with a goal and assist each, while Nate Rogers (two assists) and Evan Porter (assist) chipped in. Michael Pattelena made five saves in the win.


Souhegan 3, Milford 0: At Amherst, Jack Facey scored in the second minute and Devan Casey and Matt Hopfenspirger scored late to power the Sabers. Teigue Young earned the shutout with five saves. Souhegan improved to 3-2. Milford fell to 0-4.


Londonderry 3, Spaulding 1: Londonderry got its first win of the season to improve to 1-2-1) while Spaulding fell to 0-4. Elijah Ellis scored and Keith Weidner had two goals for the Lancers.


Kearsarge 4 Pelham 3: Jacob Donovan, Nick Bailey and Andrew VanHooydonk (two goals) led the way for Kearsarge of North Sutton.
 
Stevens 5, Hillsboro-Deering 2: Daniel Croteau scored two for Stevens while Ethan Sweet added a goal. Hillsboro-Deering scored three straight goals, by Jonas Hofstetter, Troy Girard and Max Parenteau, to take a 3-2 lead before Stevens stormed back to win.


Volleyball

Farmington 3, Epping 0: Olivia Goodrich (17 assists), Eliza Kucera (15 kills) and Katie Pettis (13 digs) led Epping (2-2).


Campbell 3, ConVal 0: Campbell of Litchfield remained undefeated at 4-0 with wins of 25-18, 25-7 and 25-11. Brianna Hardy (11 kills, three assists, block), Alex Trevains (six kills, eight service points, four aces), Sophie Scafidi (six service points, three aces, 16 assists) and Lauren King (six service points, three aces, two kills, two blocks, two assists) led the Campbell attack.


Pinkerton 3, Concord 1: Pinkerton won by scores of 19-25, 25-13, 25-17 and 28-26. Courtney Collins (13 kills, five blocks), Olivia Mathieu (13 kills), Nicole Langlais (five aces) and Taylor Ferdinando (16 service points) led Pinkerton (2-1). Lauren Hatch (10 kills), Samantha Turner (six block) and Caitlin Shea (19 assists) paced Concord (3-1).


Nute 3, Trinity 0: Nute won by scores of 25-7, 25-18 and 25-16. Kayla Tremblay (seven blocks), Amanda Torres (16 assists) and Jenna Nalette (four digs) led Trinity (1-3).


Inter-Lakes 3, Mascoma 1: Inter-Lakes improved to 3-1 with a straight set win on the road with scores of 25-8, 25-5 and 25-11. Leading the way for the Lakers were Jordan Donohue (16 kills, five aces), Hayley Roth (19 assists, 21 points) and Jenn Pelczar (14 points, five digs).
 
Belmont 3, Newfound 0: With wins of 25-18, 25-23 and 25-23, Belmont improved to 3-0. Senior captains Megan Bailey (three aces, six kills, four digs, 30 assists) and Jessie Bergeron (five aces, three kills, 19 digs) led the way.

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