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September 28. 2013 12:01AM

NHIAA Sports Roundup: Derryfield girls' soccer still unbeaten

NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Friday's Scores
Boys' Soccer

Bishop Brady 3, Campbell 2
Fall Mountain 2, Hillsboro-Deering 1
Hollis/Brookline 2, Souhegan 1
Hopkinton 8, Monadnock 0
Windham 2, Oyster River 1
Bow 3, Pelham 0
Pembroke 4, Coe-Brown 0
Timberlane 1, Dover 0
Goffstown at Portsmouth
Plymouth at Kennett

Girls' Soccer
Exeter 6, Spaulding 0
Prospect Mountain 5, Kingswood 0
Campbell 1, Somersworth 0
Derryfield 6, Portsmouth Christian 1
Timberlane 2, Dover 2
Pembroke 1, Coe-Brown 0
Hillsboro/Deering 3, Pelham 2
Oyster River at St. Thomas Aquinas
Alvirne at Sanborn
Hollis/Brookline at Souhegan
Kearsarge at Bishop Brady
Kennett at Plymouth

Field Hockey
Windham 6, Bow 0
Plymouth 4, Goffstown 3
Hopkinton 1, Stevens 0
Pelham 1, Pembroke 1
Newfound 6, Mascoma Valley 0
Kennett 2, Berlin 1
Lebanon 2, Milford 0
Derryfield 3, Somersworth 0
St. Thomas 1, Hollis/Brookline 0
Salem 2, Timberlane 1
Concord at Keene
Franklin at Newport
Manch Central at Manch Memorial
Bishop Guertin at Merrimack

Girls' Volleyball
Mascoma 3, Stevens 0
Portsmouth 3, Pelham 0
Dover 3, Spaulding 1
Merrimack 3, Bishop Guertin 0
Winnisquam 3, Newfound 2
Moultonborough 3, Inter-Lakes 2
Nute 3, Campbell 0
Oyster River 3, Kennett 0
Kingswood 3, Fall Mountain 1
Portsmouth Christian 3, Franklin 0
Goffstown 3, Alvirne 0
Belmont 3, Prospect Mountain 2
Salem at Timberlane
St. Thomas Aquinas at Windham
Somersworth at Souhegan
Manch Central at Manch Memorial
Concord at Keene
Milford at Hanover
Bedford at Hollis/Brookline
Sunapee at ConVal
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Saturday's Games
Boys' Soccer

Kearsarge at Stevens, Littleton at Profile, Londonderry at Pinkerton, Epping at Newmarket Jr-Sr, Mascoma at Newfound, Inter-Lakes at Moultonborough, Trinity at John Stark, Winnisquam at Laconia, Lisbon at Lin-Wood, Belmont at Gilford, Woodsville at Hinsdale, Mascenic at Conant, Lebanon at ConVal, Portsmouth Christian at Dover at Derryfield.

Girls' Soccer
Wilton-Lyndeborough at Conant, Lebanon at ConVal, Woodsville at Hinsdale, Belmont at Gilford, Lisbon at Lin-Wood, Hopkinton at Laconia, Trinity at John Stark, Inter-Lakes at Moultonborough, Windham at Manchester West, Hartford, Vt., at Hanover, Epping at Newmarket Jr-Sr, Londonderry at Pinkerton, Monadnock at Newport, Littleton at Profile, Kearsarge at Stevens.

Field Hockey
Rutland, Vt., at Stevens, Londonderry at Pinkerton, Littleton at Profile, Nashua North at Nashua South, Kearsarge at Laconia, Winnisquam at Gilford, Monadnock at ConVal, Mascenic at Conant.

Girls' Volleyball
Kingswood at Gilford, Wilton/Lyndeborough at John Stark, Hanover at Laconia, Londonderry at Pinkerton.

Chloe Warner scored three goals and Emma Garfield, Margaret Ives and Emma Polgrean added single tallies for Derryfield School of Manchester in a 6-1 win at Portsmouth Christian of Dover.

Derryfield remained unbeaten at 7-0. Portsmouth Christian fell to 0-7 and got its goal from Hannah Daly.

Girls' soccer

Alvirne 1, Sanborn 0 (OT): At Kingston, Tana Tufts scored the game-winning goal in the third minute of overtime to keep Alvirne (6-0-1) unbeaten. Broncos goalie Sammi Giannelli stopped four shots to earn the shutout. Sanborn (4-5) keeper Ellery Rasmussen made three saves.

Hillsboro-Deering 3, Pelham 2 (OT): At Hillsborough, Bridgette Winters headed in a corner kick from her sister, Morgan, three minutes into overtime to lift the Hillcats, 5-3. Kymberlee Bergstresser and Bridgette Winters had the first two Hillsboro-Deering goals. Pelham fell to 2-7.

Boys' soccer

Bishop Brady 3, Campbell 2: At Litchfield, Brady led 2-0 in the first 5:00 of the game on a pair of goals from Sam Earp. Tucker Tripp had the third Brady goal to keep some distance, making it a 3-1 game. Campbell got tallies from Jon Donaghui and Christian Wallenmaier. Brady improved to 3-4-1 and Campbell fell to 4-4.

Hollis/Brookline 3, Souhegan 2: At Hollis, Cole Owens scored both goals for H/B, including the game-winner with three minutes remaining. Ryan Papineau and Aaron Campbell assisted on the goals fo H/B (7-2). Souhegan of Amherst fell to 5-4, getting a goal from Mike Hayden.

Hopkinton 8, Monadnock 0: At Hopkinton, Zach Rouleau scored a pair of goals and the Hawks ran their record to 7-0. Evan Ruderman, Riley McNicholas, Brian Hasuschild, Austin Brehio, Liam McNicholas and Jacob Rockwood had the other goals. Rob Ferguson did not have to make any saves for Hopkinton. Bruce Blake had seven saves for Monadnock (1-5-2).

Timberlane 1, Dover 0: At Plaistow, Tyler Donovan scored in the 21st minute off a feed from Matt Sarbieski to account for the only scoring. Matt Rose had seven saves for Timberlane (5-3). Dover fell to 1-7.

Pembroke 4, Coe-Brown 0: At Pembroke, Spencer Nowe, Austin Sartwell, Aaron Locke and Justus Turk scored for the hosts, who improved to 6-1. Coe-Brown of Northwood fell to 3-6-1.

Fall Mountain 2, Hillsboro-Deering 1: Dominic Downs was the lone scorer for the Hillcats.

Field hockey

Derryfield 3, Somersworth 0: At Somersworth, Colbi Vaillancourt's 17th goal of the season got the Cougars off to a good start in the first half. Frankie Deieso-Frechette added a first-half goal and Polly Carter finished the scoring in the second in the second. Derryfield improved to 8-0 and Somersworth dropped to 3-5.

Plymouth 4, Goffstown 3 (OT): At Goffstown, Mia Brickley scored off a penalty corner after a Nora Healey pass to give the Bobcats (4-3-1) the win. Plymouth got goals from Shelby White (two goals) Rose Shimberg. Healey had three assists. The Grizzlies fell to 5-2.

Newfound 6, Mascoma 0: At Bristol, Amber Johnston's second hat trick of the season led Newfound, which improved to 6-2. Megan Libby scored a pair of goals and Karissa Bony had one.


Bedford 3, Hollis/Brookline 0: At Hollis, Bedforc improved to 6-2 with game scores of 25-21, 25-20 and 25-22. Bedford was led by Hannah Koehler (13 kills, four blocks), Chandler Lake (19 digs) and Kendal Sonorick (six kills, 14 digs, ace). Hollis/Brookline (3-4) was paced by Savannah Werne (11 kills, seven service points) and Bella Zampieri (five kills, 11 service points).

Somersworth 3, Souhegan 0: At Amherst, Somersworth won by game scores of 25-16, 25-14 and 25-11. Souhegan (2-4) was led by Amanda Gendron (three kills, three assists).

Goffstown 3, Alvirne 0: At Hudson, the Grizzlies (4-3) won by game scores of 25-20, 25-21 and 25-21. Goffstown was led by Bri Myers (eight digs), Livi Odell (four kills, three blocks) and Rene Roggenbuck (13 kills, six blocks). Alvirne (5-2) was led by Marissa Coronis (20 kills, 15 digs).

Portsmouth Christian 3, Franklin 0: At Franklin, PCA won by scores of 25-18, 25-17 and 25-17. Amelia Sheedy and Emily Brashear each had seven kills.

Belmont 3, Profile 2: At Belmont, the Red Raiders needed five games to hold off the Timberwolves and run their record to 7-0. Belnmont was down 10-5 in the fifth set but rallied for a 15-10 win. Belmont won by scores of 14-25, 25-23, 25-14, 24-26 and 15-11. Lois Bergeron had 11 kills for Belmont.


At Hoodkroft CC, par 36
Londonderry 210, Pinkerton 212, Dover 217, Memorial 218
Top 10:
1. Sam Shafer (D) 38; 2. Eric Evans (D) 38; 3. Garrett Olivar (M) 38; 4. Kaitlyn Lutinski (P) 38; 5. Nick Stone (L) 39; 6. Matt Galvin (P) 39; 7. John Cook (M) 40; 8. Matt Brown (L) 42; 9. Curtis Harper (L) 43; 10. Marshall Halpin (P) 43
Records: Londonderry 18-9, Pinkerton 17-10, Dover 11-16, Memorial 7-20

At Bretwood Golf Course, par 35
Keene 186; Bishop Guertin 189; Manchester Central 199; Alvirne 211
Top 10:
Collin Stroshine (K) 32; Keeton Foster (K) 33; Matt Paradis (C) 34; Kevin Scott (BG) 36; Tom Either (BG) 36; Jasper Jenkins (K) 39; Quinn DiPisquale (BG) 39; Tommy Troi (BG) 39; Chelsea Sedlar (BG) 39; Luciano Osorio (C) 40.
Records: Keene 17-10, Bishop Guertin 18-6, Manchester Central 20-7, Alvirne 8-16

At Canterbury Country Club
Bow 145, Campbell 170, Stevens 213
Top 10:
Doug Champagne (B) 34; Jake Rand (B) 35; Trever Garrett (B) 36; Josh LeCasse (B) 40; Austin Baker (C) 41; Tyler Butler (C) 41; Justin DiBenedetto (C) 42; Connor Sahlin (C) 46; Chris Rourke (S) 51; Cody Schoolcraft (S) 51

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