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September 02. 2014 10:31PM

NHIAA Roundup: Modelski sisters lead Hollis/Brookline to win

Bow's Laura Zbehlik battles Hopkinton's Ireland Tauney in Bow on Tuesday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)

NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Boys' soccer

Groveton at White Mountains
Farmington at Portsmouth Christian
Merrimack Valley 2, Kearsarge 1
Inter-Lakes at Mascoma
Winnisquam at Gilford
Fall Mountain 4, Conant 1
Newmarket at Epping
Stevens 11, Franklin 1
Windham 1, Pelham 0
Hillsboro-Deering 3, Mascenic 1
Lisbon 3, Profile 2
Sanborn at Campbell, ppd.
Kingswood 2, Berlin 1
Somersworth at Bishop Brady
Souhegan 2, St. Thomas 0
Hinsdale at Monadnock
Lebanon 6, Manchester West 1
Hopkinton at John Stark
Coe-Brown 5, Milford 1
Portsmouth at ConVal, ppd.

Girls' soccer
Pinkerton 5, Merrimack 1
Stevens at Belmont
Hillsboro-Deering 7, Kingswood 1
Hollis/Brookline 7, Trinity 2
Merrimack Valley 5, Kearsarge 1
Coe-Brown at Oyster River
Portsmouth 6, ConVal 1
Windham 2, Pelham 1
Fall Mountain 1, Conant 0
Laconia 2, Somersworth 1
John Stark at Hopkinton
Sanborn at Milford
Souhegan 1, St. Thomas 0
Kennett at Plymouth
Nashua South 3, Winnacunnet 3
Bow at Campbell
Profile at Lisbon
Lebanon 3, Manchester West 1
Hinsdale at Monadnock
Raymond 5, Prospect Mountain 0
Groveton at White Mountains

Field hockey
Gilford at Winnisquam
Portsmouth 4, Kingswood 2
Littleton at Newfound
Man. Memorial 9, Nashua South 2
Merrimack Valley 4, Hollis/Brookline 2
Lebanon at ConVal, ppd. to Wed. 4 p.m.
Hopkinton at Bow
Souhegan at Windham
Kennett at St. Thomas
Sanborn 6, Pembroke 0
Milford 3, Goffstown 2
Mascoma at Hanover
Bedford 3, Concord 2
Plymouth 8, Laconia 0
Derryfield at Oyster River
Monadnock 4, Stevens 2
John Stark at Mascenic
Newport 5, Conant 2
Pelham 3, Bishop Brady 0

Wednesday's games
Boys' soccer

Concord at Hanover; Sunapee at Wilton/Lyndeborough; Newfound at Prospect Mountain; Pinkerton at Merrimack; Laconia at Belmont; Keene at Timberlane; Londonderry at Spaulding; Campbell at Raymond; Pittsfield at Lin-Wood; Bedford at Dover; Hollis/Brookline at Trinity; Kennett at Plymouth; Salem at Memorial; Canaan-Pittsburg at Littleton; Central at Alvirne

Girls' soccer
Dover at Bedford; Timberlane at Keene; Alvirne at Central; Merrimack at Pinkerton; Newmarket at Epping; Canaan-Pittsburg at Littleton; Pittsfield at Lin-Wood; Man. Memorial at Salem; Hinsdale at Farmington; Spaulding at Londonderry; Inter-Lakes at Gilford; Sunapee at Wilton/Lyndeborough

Field hockey
Dover at Winnacunnet; Merrimack at Nashua North; Exeter at Timberlane; White Mountains at Berlin; Keene at Salem; Kearsarge at Franklin

The Hollis/Brookline sister duo of Haley and Hannah Modelski were too much for the Trinity girls’ soccer team to handle Tuesday in Hollis. The Cavaliers downed Trinity of Manchester 7-2 thanks to Haley, who drove two of her six shots into the back of the Pioneers’ net. Hannah also finished the night with two goals on three shots.

“Going into the game, we knew it would be tough,” said Trinity head coach Miranda Comiskey. “Hollis/Brookline has had a good soccer program since I was in high school.”

The Cavaliers jumped ahead 5-1 at the half.

“The game definitely got away from us in the first half but we stepped it up in the second,” Comiskey said.

Both of Trinity’s goals came from the foot of freshman Sophie DeJong, off set pieces. The first was scored off a penalty kick after an obstruction call on Hollis/Brookline. Sophomore Isabella DiZillo assisted on DeJong’s second goal.

Comiskey said the Cavaliers played “a really good possession game” and weren’t afraid to launch the ball on net.

“They hit their passes and weren’t afraid to take shots from 5-18 yards (out). From the top of the box, they’d take a shot and send it in,” Comiskey said.

The Cavaliers improved to 1-1. Trinity fell to 0-2 and has given up 14 goals in its first two games.

“We’ve had a tough schedule to start but we’re starting to put things together,” said Comiskey.

Pinkerton 5, Merrimack 1: In Derry, Pinkerton opened its season with three goals in the first half. Courtney Velho, who had two goals, Maggie McCarthy and Andrea Galvin each scored in the first half for the Astros. Keara Doolan added a second-half goal. Pinkerton goalies Sammy Mitchell (five saves) and Molly Gingras (four) shared the win in nets.

Portsmouth 6, ConVal 1: ConVal’s goal was scored by Theresa Morano, assisted by Sylvie Holding. ConVal dropped to 0-2 and Portsmouth improved to 2-0.

Souhegan 1, St. Thomas 0: In Amherst, Souhegan’s Hannah Chick scored the game’s lone goal in the 76th minute. St. Thomas of Dover fell to 1-1. The Sabers improved to 2-0.

Boys’ soccer

Souhegan 2, St. Thomas 0: In Amherst, Teigue Young turned back four shots for the shutout. Ali Eweiss (51st minute) and Matt Hopfenspirger (67th) each scored in the second half. Josh Massa and Jasper Jones each had an assist. Souhegan (1-0) got nine shots on goal against the 0-2 Saints. Reed Larson, Pat Noble, Tim Driscoll and Nick Scavetta each played well on defense for the Sabers.

Lebanon 6, West 1: In Lebanon, the Raiders (2-0) scored five first-half goals against the Blue Knights (0-2). Will Patch led the winners with two goals and two assists. Nate Gariepy, Hugh Townsend and Kuda Muhlauri each scored a goal for Lebanon. The West score came off an own goal. Goalie Andrew Laprice had eight saves for West. Miguel Hernandez and Jack Taylor each had two saves in nets for the Raiders.

Hillsboro-Deering 3, Mascenic 1: In New Ipswich, Hillsboro-Deering defeated Mascenic thanks to goals by Shane Kelly, Troy Girard and Brendan Doherty.

Field hockey

Milford 3, Goffstown 2: Sydney Dubois scored both goals for visiting Goffstown in defeat. Olivia St. Jean and Shaughnessy Benoit earned the assists. Bry Fournier tallied 15 saves for Goffstown.

Manchester Memorial 9, Nashua South 2: At Nashua, Jada LeBlanc and Alyssa Gervais led the Crusaders with three goals apiece. Demi Lampron scored two goals. Teammates Hannah Vest and Kendy Gutierrez each tallied five saves in net.


at Amherst CC
Windham 189, Souhegan 199, Portsmouth 218
Jack Grubbs, Windham, 34; Ryan Stankiewiez, Souhegan, 35; Alek Medic (S), 37; James McKee (W), 38; August Darula (S), 38; Patrick Higgins (W), 38; Christian Bassi (W), 38.

At Campbell’s Scottish Highlands, Salem
Par 36
Derryfield (2-0) 168, Campbell (1-1) 173, Pelham (0-2) 179
Pat McGinley (D) 38; Dave Boardman (P) 42; Kyle Suprenaut (P) 42; Austin Baker (C) 42; Tyler Butler (C) 42; Peter Thompson (D) 43; Max Curtin (D) 43; Trevor Roche (C) 44; Corey McGinley (D) 44

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