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NHIAA Roundup: Sledjeski, Kosky lead Bedford boys to win


September 25. 2018 10:57PM




Ryan Sledjeski and David Kosky scored two goals each, leading the Bedford High boys’ soccer team past Goffstown 4-1 on Tuesday at Bulldog Stadium. Matthew Flanagan, James Poschmann, Ryan Belhumeur and Kosky had the assists for Bedford (8-1). Goffstownh is 2-6-1.

Hanover 8, Alvirne 1: In Hanover, the Marauders moved to 6-3. Junior striker Charlie Adams notched three goals and an assist in 25 minutes, to move his goal total to 12 in nine games. Aiden Rowley scored a pair of goals and Christo Dragnev added a goal and an assist. Caleb Benjamin and Colm Seigne each scored their first career goal. Hanover’s Andrew Enelow won his first career start in goal. Tom Granger (eight saves) and Mason Brooks (seven saves) split goalkeeping duties for Alvirne (0-8).

Lebanon 6, Souhegan 1: In Amherst, Patrick Mason notched a hat trick to lead the visitors. Mason scored all three of his goals in the second half as the Raiders improved to 5-3 in Division II. Logan Falzarano, Hunter Bienvenu and Sam Twarog also scored for Lebanon, and Jorgen Leuthauser had four saves.

Miles Drum tallied for the Sabers (0-8), who received eight saves from Ryan Lockitt.

Londonderry 0, Nashua South 0: At Stellos Stadium in Nashua on Monday night, Lancers goalie Alex Hufford made six saves in the scoreless tie. Londonderry, which outshot South 11-6, is 4-4-1. Nashua South is 5-3-1.

Girls’ volleyball

Mascenic 3, Campbell 2: In New Ipswich on Monday, the hosts won by scores of 25-23, 25-21, 20-25, 17-25 and 20-18. For Campbell, Liv Garand had three aces, one kill and 11 digs, Meghan Gibbons added six aces, 12 kills and seven digs, Mallory Reczko had 13 kills and two blocks, and Catherine Carignan contributed two aces, nine kills and eight digs.

Epping 3, Trinity 0: In Epping, the hosts won, 25-9, 25-19 and 25-9. Gabi Hughes had two aces, nine kills and nine digs for Epping. Oakley Lustenberger had eight aces, one kill, one dig and 23 assists, and Anna Re had four aces, six kills and six digs. Kim Tran (17 digs) and Josie Zelensky (eight service points, five aces) starred for the Pioneers (2-6). Epping improved to 6-3.

Field hockey

Manchester Central 2, Bedford 0: In Bedford on Monday night, goalie Julia Pariseau made five saves for the shutout. Emily Ahern and Abby Burns scored for the Little Green (5-3). Bedford, which received eight saves from Rachel Noble, is 0-6.


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