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NHIAA Roundup: Exeter girls slip past Lancers; Central teams roll

September 13. 2017 12:13AM

Londonderry High nearly pulled off an upset.

It wasn’t meant to be after second-half goals from Carly Pierce in the 57th minute and Camille Sweet in the 69th minute carried the undefeated Blue Hawks to a 4-3 win in Londonderry Tuesday.

Londonderry (2-3) built a 3-1 first-half lead behind goals from Abby Ellis, Alyssa Anderson and Lauren Misiaszek, the last two assisted by Olivia Stowell. Jen Rogers, on a free kick and, Kaylin McGlynn each scored in the first half for the Blue Hawks (4-0), who had allowed just one goal entering the contest. Jazmine Richard of Londonderry had four saves and Exeter’s Meyer Orszewski had six saves.

Portsmouth 1, Bow 0: In Portsmouth: Bow tumbled from the ranks of the unbeaten. Ginger Prevost’s goal just two minutes into the second half allowed Portsmouth to topple the Falcons. Prevost’s strike was the first goal Bow allowed all season. The Clippers improved to 4-1 and Bow dropped to 5-1.

Campbell 4, Derryfield 0: In Litchfield, Campbell (4-0-1) shut out Derryfield for the second time this season. Karleigh Schultz, assisted by Erin Douglas, scored the game-winner in the first half. Meghan Shaffer scored a second-half goal, from Hanna Keane, and Maddie Greenhalgh and Emma Rousseau had unassisted goals. Rousseau scored her first varsity goal on a free kick. Goalie Alicia Noury turned back nine shots.

Merrimack 2,Bishop Guertin 0: On Friday in Merrimack, Carter Tess scored twice and Patrick Steines had two assists.

Alvirne 5, Keene 1: In Hudson, Emily Lizotte tallied four goals and Jane Ostberg added the other one for the 4-2 Broncos. Kathryn Wiggins, Kelly Perry, Lizotte and Ashley Lecomte each had an assist. Brittney Whiting had six saves for the Broncos.

Epping 2, Portsmouth Christian 0: In Epping, the Blue Devils (3-0) were led by goals from Hannah Jacoby in the 27th minute and Casey Needham in the 76th minute.

Winnacunnet 6, Salem 0: In Salem, Caroline Meuse and Caitlin Trott each struck for a pair of goals to lead the Warriors (4-1) to their fourth consecutive win. Tess Rodgers and Lindsay Parrot each added a goal for Winnacunnet. Salem is 2-3.

John Stark 5, Plymouth 0: In Plymouth, Alex Pike scored the only goal in the first half. Cady Loos, Abby Brandt, Lexi Knapton and Cara Easter added second-half tallies for the 4-0 Generals.

Manchester Central 3, Nashua North 0: Defense, behind Sabrynna Pearson, Morgan Tremblay, Brooke Ribeiro, Heather Jennato and goalie Hannah Autenreith with four saves, held the 1-4 Titans scoreless. Junior Paige LaBerge scored in the third and 74th minute and Marianna Poore collected a goal in the 15th minute for 4-1 Central. Lindsay Leblond and Jennato both assisted on LaBerge’s second goal.

Hollis/Brookline 4, Trinity 0: In Hollis, the Cavaliers (2-4) toppled Trinity (1-5) behind Madeleine McCann, who scored once on a free kick and assisted on another goal. Tasha White and Dana Ulrich, who followed the rebound from her own corner, made it 3-0. Emma Ruvido created an opportunity for AshLynn Hoey who tallied the last goal. Izzy LeBlanc had four saves for the Cavaliers and Mary Chambers had 16 saves for Trinity.

Memorial 0, Dover 0: In Manchester, Memorial saw its record go to 2-2-1 while Dover is 1-4-1. Memorial keeper Ashley Mathieu-LaFrance played well.

Boys’ soccer

Londonderry 1, Exeter 1 (0t): In Exeter in the battle of the unbeatens, Londonderry (4-0-1) and Exeter (5-0-1) couldn’t solve goalies Alex Hufford of Londonderry (three saves) and Exeter’s Matt Burns (four saves) in overtime. Josh Rutina, assisted by Owen Creed, scored for the Lancers in the first half. Jack Lousaiann of Exeter answered in the 50th minute.

Manchester Central 6, Nashua North 1: In Nashua, Central (6-0) knocked off Nashua North (1-4) after breaking a 1-1 tie with five straight goals. Central led early on Joshue Assantha’s goal in the seventh minute. After North tied the game on a score from Todd Redmond, Central grabbed a 4-1 halftime lead behind two goals from Paolo Tedesco and one from Max Kalampalikis. Second half goals from Khalid Al Thuwayni and Dylan Audet sealed the win and Central freshman goalkeeper Alex Walker had four saves.

Timberlane 5, Spaulding 0: In Plaistow the Owls (6-0) were led by Christian Allaire with two goals. Matt Perry, Cameron Ross and Jacob Stewart also scored and Matt Barney had two assists. Tyler Mackie had one save for Timberlane.

Dover 2, Memorial 1 (OT): In Dover, Evan Dodier scored the game-winner five minutes into the first overtime. Memorial led early on a first-half goal from Jordan Trombly from 17 yards out.

Dodier scored the equalizer with 23 minutes left. Memorial goalie Gavin Ferry turned away eight shots. The Crusaders dropped to 0-5.

Bow 3, Portsmouth 1: In Bow, Max Elsasser had a hat trick for the Falcons (5-1). Portsmouth fell to 0-3-2.

Oyster River 2, Goffstown 0: In Durham, Max Carpenter and K.C. Merritt scored for the 3-0-1 Bobcats. Goffstown dropped to 3-4.

Littleton 1, Woodsville 0 (2OT): In Littleton, Danny Kubkowski scored the game-winner for the Crusaders (4-1) with under five minutes remaining in the second extra period. Kubkowski hit the crossbar a minute before ending the game. Woodsville is 4-1.

Sanborn 2, Campbell 1: In Kingston, Sanborn scored its first goal on a penalty kick and its second on a misplayed ball by the Campbell defense.

Campbell’s lone goal was scored by Skylor Compagna, assisted by Jake Scafidi. Field hockey

Goffstown 1, Sanborn 0: In Goffstown, Ali Larochelle netted the lone goal, assisted by Carlee Smith. Goffstown keeper Mackenzie Potvin had three saves and Sanborn’s Alexandra Gannon had 12 saves.


Concord 3, Londonderry 0: In Concord on Monday, Londonderry (1-3) was led by Maddie Sanborn with six kills, Natalie Brooks with one block and Anna Haas with 11 assists. Carina Pento had six digs.

Boys’ Cross-country

At Londonderry

Londonderry 21, Dover 59, Alvirne 60

1. Josh Thompson (D) 17:06; 2. Jake Donnelly (L) 17:22; 3. Kerry Daley (L) 17:27; 4. Will Heenan (L) 17:33; 5. Ryan Young (L) 17:41; 6. Paul Balletto (A) 17:48; 7. Nathan Seeley (L) 17:53; 8. Matt Griffin (L) 17:56; 9. Jeff Cieslikowski (L) 18:03; 10. Kyle Mau (D) 18:12

At Nashua

Central boys: 19. Aiden McGahey (19:20); 20. Andy Vo (19:29.4); 21. Clay Young (19:29.6); 26. Photios Vougias (20:09); 34. Nate Duplesses (21:10)

Girls’ Cross-country

At Exeter

Exeter 21, Spaulding 46, Salem 64

Jackie Gaughan (E) 18:17.2; Abby Ward (Sp) 21:09; 3. Violet Sullivan ((E) 21:10; 4. Allison Kelley (E) 21:35; 5. Kelley Foley (E) 21:51; 6. Lauren Noble (Sp) 21:57; 7. Taylor Gray (Sp) 22:03; 8. Kayla Rowell (E) 22:17; 9. Emma Gannon (S) 22:19; 10. Hadley Raymond (E) 22:21.06

At Londonderry

Londonderry 27, Dover 45, Alvirne 48

1. Kalin Gregoire (L) 19:42; 2. Jessica Fontaine (A) 20:44; 3. Dani Jewell (D) 21:24; 4. Caitlyn Boufford (L) 21:40; 5. Ali Beauregard (D) 22:28; 6. Alex Seeley (L) 22:34; 7. Kaelen Rourke (L) 22:44; 8. Jenna Bradish (A) 23:17; 9. Cailin Borovickar (L) 23:21; 10. Ella Simpson (A) 23:24

At Hampton

Pinkerton 16, Winnacunnet 45, Timberlane 74

1, Meghan Cross (P) 20:45; 2. Jordan Vaillancourt (P) 21:29; 3. Maison D’Amelio (P) 22:20; 4. Ciara April (P) 22:39; 5. Isabel Johnson (W) 23:16; 6. Annie Sullivan (P) 23:17; 7. Julia Huberdeau (T) 23:21; 8. Jenny Long (W) 23:27; 9. Olivia Binette (W) 23:32; 10. Molly McGaffigan (P) 23:44


Central 31, Concord 32, Nashua North 65

Central girls: 1. Katelyn Pepin (20:18); 4. Keegan Pepin (21:19); 5. Rylee Ducharme (21:32); 8. Emma Krantz (22:01); 13. Carley Crain (22:22)


At Manchester (Derryfield CC)

Keene 202, Nashua North 231, Manchester Central 235

Ben Burdett (K) 38; Nick Royce (K) 40; Jack Nadeau (K) 41; Hannah Drew (K) 41; Bryce Zimmerman (NN) 41; Andrew Teris (NN) 41; Nick Nadeau (K) 42; Nate Goonan (MC) 43; Cam Round (K) 45

At Salem (Campbell’s Scottish Highlands)

Salem 208, Concord 210, Memorial 222

Bryce Vigneault (M) 38; Matt Bergeron (S) 40; Layne Parenti (S) 40; Windsor Bean (C) 40; Evan Desjardins (S) 41

At Portsmouth CC

Portsmouth 224, Souhegan 227, Kennett 232, Goffstown 233

Souhegan scorers: Nick Jordan 44, Jeff Boehm 45, John Henzell 46, Michael Zaccaria 46, Quade Bell 46.