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September 21. 2013 8:29PM

NHIAA Roundup: Londonderry girls' booters deal Keene first setback


NHIAA scores, schedule

Friday's scores
Boys’ soccer

Derryfield 1, Newmarket Jr-Sr 0
Wilton-Lyndeborough 6, Nute 0
Woodsville 8, Canaan-Pittsburg 0
Somersworth 2, Gilford 0
Souhegan 5, Manchester West 1
Winnisquam 2, Newfound 2
Oyster River 5, Plymouth 3
Hillsboro-Deering 0, Monadnock 0
Lebanon 4, Coe-Brown 0
Windham 10, Kennett 2
Farmington 5, Kingswood 0
Exeter 2, Winnacunnet 1
Goffstown 5, Merrimack Valley 0
Bow 2, Campbell 0
Hinsdale at Concord Christian

Girls’ Soccer
Derryfield 3, Newmarket Jr-Sr 1
Bedford 3, Manchester Memorial 0
Belmont 5, Kingswood 0
Bishop Brady 9, Pelham 2
St. Thomas Aquinas 1, ConVal 0
Exeter 6, Winnacunnet 0
Fall Mountain 0, Hillsboro-Deering 0
Bow 8, Kearsarge 0
Inter-Lakes 5, Moultonborough 0
Gilford 2, Laconia 0
Goffstown 3, Merrimack Valley 3
Souhegan 7, Manchester West 0
Woodsville 9, Canaan-Pittsburg 2
Windham 10, Kennett 0
Hinsdale at Concord Christian

Field Hockey
Winnisquam 6, John Stark 0
Laconia 2, White Mountains 1
Monadnock 2, Pelham 0
Newfound 3, Newport 0
Merrimack 2, Concord 0
Merrimack Valley 1, Goffstown 0
Stevens 4, Mascoma Valley 0
Hopkinton 5, Kearsarge 0
Manchester Central 2, Londonderry 2
Lebanon 2, Hanover 0
Bow 3, ConVal 2
Nashua North 1, Dover 1
Winnacunnet 3, Exeter 2
Bishop Guertin at Manchster Memorial

Girls’ Volleyball
Gilford 3, Laconia 0
Goffstown 3, Hollis/Brookline 0
Campbell 3, Farmington 0
Nute 3, Hillsboro-Deering 0
Winnacunnet 3, Exeter 2
Inter-Lakes 3, Moultonborough 0
Portsmouth 3, Kennett 0
Merrimack 3, Manchester Central 0
Bedford 3, Manchester Memorial 0
Coe-Brown 3, Manchester West 0
Londonderry 3, Keene 0
Trinity 3, Mascenic 2
Oyster River 3, Pelham 0
Somersworth 3, Kingswood 0
Nashua North 3, Spaulding 1
Belmont 3, Stevens 0
Timberlane 3, Bishop Guertin 0
Mascoma Valley at ConVal
Windham at Fall Mountain
Sunapee at Pittsfield

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Saturday's scores
Boys’ Soccer

White Mountains 3, Littleton 0
Sanborn 3, Farmington 2
Oyster River 4, St. Thomas Aquinas 0
Pinkerton 2, Salem 0
Keene 2, Londonderry 1
Bedford 1, Manch. Memorial 0
Portsmouth 2, Hollis/Brookline 0
Nashua North at Spaulding
Bishop Guertin at Timberlane
Epping at Raymond
Hanover at Merrimack
Milford at Pembroke
Sunapee at Pittsfield
Moultonborough at Inter-Lakes
Conant at Mascenic
Profile at Gorham
Colebrook at Groveton
Winnisquam at Franklin

Girls’ Soccer
Profile 3, Gorham 1
Pembroke 3, Hollis/Brookline 0
Manch. Central 3, Nashua South 2
Londonderry 2, Keene 0
Pinkerton 1, Salem 0
Timberlane at Bishop Guertin
Colebrook at Groveton
Campbell at Hanover
White Mountains at Littleton
Sunapee at Pittsfield
Spaulding at Nashua North
Epping at Raymond
Coe-Brown at Sanborn

Field Hockey
Pinkerton 1, Salem 0
St. Thomas Aquinas 2, Oyster River 0
Timberlane 2, Nashua South 0
Littleton 2, White Mountains 1
Souhegan 2, Hollis/Brookline 1
Conant at Mascenic
Somersworth at Franklin

Girls’ Volleyball
Epping 3, Raymond 0
Newfound at Franklin
Pinkerton at Salem

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Monday's schedule
Golf

Hillsboro-Deering at Campbell, Laconia at Campbell, Manchester Memorial at Dover, Nashua North at Dover, Laconia at Hillsboro-Deering, Trinity at John Stark, Salem at Londonderry, Timberlane at Londonderry, Londonderry at Merrimack, Salem at Merrimack, Timberlane at Merrimack, John Stark at Merrimack Valley, Trinity at Merrimack Valley, Manchester Memorial at Nashua North, Timberlane at Salem, Dover at Winnacunnet, Manchester Memorial at Winnacunnet, Nashua North at Winnacunnet.

Boys’ Soccer
Sanborn at Hillsboro-Deering, Plymouth at Kingswood, Newfound at Laconia, Stevens at Lebanon, Hinsdale at Leland Gray, Vt., Hanover at Dover, Somersworth at Campbell.

Girls’ Soccer
Kingswood at Plymouth, Inter-Lakes at Prospect Mountain, Sunapee at Newport, Pembroke at Milford.

Field Hockey
Bishop Guertin at Timberlane, Milford at ConVal, Pinkerton at Concord, Pelham at Conant, Salem at Dover, Newfound at Littleton, Merrimack at Manchester Central, Kingswood at Hollis/Brookline, Keene at Londonderry, Bedford at Manchester Memorial.

Girls’ Volleyball
Goffstown at Manchester Memorial, Timberlane at Manchester Central, Dover at Londonderry, Winnisquam at Hillsboro-Deering, Trinity at John Stark, Merrimack at Exeter, Mascenic at ConVal, Nashua North at Concord, Keene at Alvirne, Nashua South at Bedford, Inter-Lakes at Belmont, Winnacunnet at Bishop Guertin, Stevens at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Moultonborough at Prospect Mountain, Coe-Brown at St. Thomas Aquinas, Laconia at Plymouth, Souhegan at Milford, Somersworth at Oyster River, Nute a Portsmouth Christian at Dover.

June Cranmer and Kassie Moore scored second half goals to lead visiting Londonderry (4-3) to a 2-0 win and hand Keene (5-1) its first loss of the season in girls' soccer action Saturday.

Blackbirds goalie Alexis Robarge made 12 saves. Londonderry's Jackie Luckhardt stopped 10.

Manchester Central 3, Nashua South 2: Freshman Sara Swetland scored a pair of goals as the Little Green built a 2-0 lead and prevailed at Gill Stadium. Devin Lacroix added a goal for Central, 4-2 in Division I. Kate Stewart and Emily Durette scored for South, 1-6-1.

Inter-Lakes 5, Moultonborough 0: At Meredith, Caitlin Rotonnelli scored two goals in the first half and added a third in the second. Emelia Pendergast scored a goal, as did Sarah Dunlap to close the scoring for Inter-Lakes (5-2).

Bedford 3, Manchester Memorial 0 (Friday): Anna Bogursky scored twice and Seana Gosselin added a single tally to lead Bedford (5-0-1). Brooke Barrett made four saves in net.

Sanborn 1, Coe-Brown 0: At Kingston, Jenna Nofsker scored the lone goal in the second half to lead Sanborn (4-3). Sanborn keeper Ellery Rasmussen made six saves.

Boys' soccer

Moultonborough 3, Inter-Lakes 0:
At Meredith, Tristan Price (two goals) and Andrew Prusta scored to help Moultonborough improve to 5-0. Inter-Lakes (3-4) goalie Kaleb Phelps made nine saves.

Hanover 4, Merrimack 2: At Merrimack, Dan Hazlett scored twice for Hanover, 6-0 in Division I. Xavier Tchana and Evan Greenwald also scored for Hanover, the division's only unbeaten team. Mike Conlin and Steven Sexton scored for the Tomahawks, 2-4.

Nashua North 3, Spaulding 1: At Rochester, Ahmed Abdelazia scored all three goals for North. Jeremy DeMarais assisted on two goals. North improved to 2-4-1. Spaulding fell to 0-6.

Pembroke 6, Milford 0 (Friday): At Pembroke, Jeremy Caruso scored three goals and Brendon Pettigrew, Austin Sartwell and Josh Payuer added solo tallies to lead Pembroke.

Goffstown 5, Merrimack Valley 0 (Friday): At Goffstown, the Grizzlies got goals from Henry Seidel, Sam Heidenreich (two), Kyle Lacour, and Peter Steckowych.

Timberlane 5, Nashua South 1 (Friday): At Nashua, Ben Enos, Austin Marshall, Cam Allaire, Matt Plante and A.J. DeMichele scored for Timberlane of Plaistow (3-3).

Monadnock 0, Hillsboro-Deering 0 (Friday): At Swanzey, Bryce Blake made six save sfor Monadnock and Brett Bennett stopped seven for HD in a draw.

Field hockey

Pinkerton 1, Salem 0:
Erin Johnston scored the lone goal of the game in the second half to lead the Astros (5-1). Pinkerton goalie Jordan Dudley made 16 saves. Salem fell to 5-2.

Volleyball

Salem 3, Pinkerton 0:
At Derry, Salem won by game scores of 25-22, 26-24 and 25-23. Olivia Burke had four kills and five blocks to lead Salem.


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