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NHIAA Roundup: Londonderry girls top Exeter

October 09. 2018 10:07PM

Derryfield's Lindsey Stagg battles John Stark's Elizabeth Aubin at Derryfield School in Manchester on Tuesday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)

The Londonderry High School girls’ soccer team earned itself a little breathing room atop the NHIAA Division I table with its 2-0 victory over Exeter Tuesday at Bill Ball Stadium.

The win moved the Lancers to 11-1-1. Exeter sits in second place with an 11-2 mark.

Darby Dupuis opened the game’s scoring in the 17th minute when she found the back of the net off an assist from Ashley Manor. Olivia Stowell assisted on Manor’s tally in the 60th minute, which gave the Lancers a two-goal advantage.

Jasmine Richard made 13 saves for Londonderry. Megan Olszewski made six stops for the Blue Hawks.

Pinkerton 2, Merrimack 1 (2OT): In Merrimack, Sam Franks scored both goals for Pinkerton (8-3-2). Her game-winning tally came two minutes into the second overtime. Macy Graves and Julia Preston both tallied assists while Reagan Kolinski made five saves for the Astros. Abby Morgan scored for Merrimack (7-5-1).

Timberlane 3, Windham 2: In Windham, Timberlane of Plaistow (4-4-4) scored the game-winning goal from distance with about two minutes remaining. Lauren Brooks and Ali Schiebel both scored for Windham (5-6-1) following corner kicks by Emily Orciani. Jess Thibodeau made seven saves for the Jaguars.

Bow 1, Souhegan 0: In Amherst, Amanda Marshall scored the game’s lone goal an assist from Kristina Pizzi in the second half off. Emma Wilke earned the shutout in goal for the Falcons (12-1). Souhegan is 9-4-1.

Hollis/Brookline 2, Coe-Brown 1 (2OT): In Northwood, Maddie Harley scored the game-winning goal with seven minutes left in double overtime and Tasha White scored in regulation for Hollis/Brookline (8-3-1). Coe-Brown is 4-9.

Derryfield 3, Hillsboro-Deering 2 (2OT): In Hillsborough, Emma Losey scored the game-winning goal on a breakaway inside the final minute of double overtime and also set up Maddy Thorne’s game-tying goal. Losey had a breakaway opportunity with 30 seconds remaining in regulation but was tackled inside the penalty box. Thorne scored the penalty-kick goal to force overtime and also tallied Derryfield’s first goal on a free kick. Hillsboro-Deering (5-7) led, 2-0, at halftime behind two goals from Kendra Warren. Derryfield improved to 4-7-1.

Belmont 1, Inter-Lakes 0: In Belmont, Julianna Estremera scored the game’s lone goal to propel the Red Raiders (10-2-1) to the senior-night victory. Inter-Lakes of Meredith is 4-8-1.

Boys’ soccer

Pinkerton 5, Merrimack 1: In Derry, Pinkerton (10-3) scored the game’s final five goals, logging three in the first half and another two over the final 40 minutes. Alex Rust had two goals and two assists for the Astros. Terry Coyle, Nate Polyukhovich and Michael Curtin each scored while Max Fairbank made three saves for Pinkerton. Carter Sherman scored the lone goal for Merrimack (4-9).

Hanover 9, Spaulding 1: In Rochester, Charlie Adams, Caleb Benjamin and Lathan Allison all logged one goal and two assists while Liam Collins added one of each for Hanover (10-3). Ryan Stayd scored the lone goal for Spaulding (0-12).

Windham 2, Timberlane 1: In Plaistow, Donovan Kelley scored the only goal for the Owls (4-7-1). Windham improved to 2-8-2.

Merrimack Valley 1, Souhegan 0: In Penacook, Coby Mercier registered the contest’s lone goal in the fourth minute. Mason Boudreau made five saves for the Pride (7-6). Ethan Ramm made seven saves for Souhegan of Amherst (1-10).

ConVal 1, Manchester West 0: In Peterborough, Max Richard scored the game’s only goal, lifting ConVal to 12-1. West is 4-8.

Trinity 2, Newfound 1 (2OT): In Manchester, Dom Dizillo scored both goals for the Pioneers (13-0). Newfound of Bristol is 4-9.

Hopkinton 0, Belmont 0: In Hopkinton, Sam Crawford registered four saves for the Hawks (6-3-4) while Jake Deware made nine stops for Belmont (11-0-2). Hopkinton’s Paul Molnar had a shot bounce off the Red Raiders’ crossbar and had another promising look denied by Deware.

St. Thomas Aquinas 7, Winnisquam 1: In Dover, Aaron Broom scored twice while Josh Arsenault, Keegan Youngclaus, Jack Gallines, Jackson Maness and Ben Stonis each added a goal for the Saints (6-4-2). Winnisquam of Tilton is 1-10.

Field hockey

Gilford 8, Franklin 0: In Gilford, Golden Eagles coach Dave Rogacki earned his 400th career coaching win in New Hampshire. Brianna Salanitro tallied five goals and an assist while Nicole Berube contributed a goal and an assist for Gilford (8-5). Franklin is 0-13.

Derryfield 9, John Stark 0: In Manchester, Lindsey Stagg, a senior and University of Michigan commit, scored seven goals to help the Cougars finish their regular season at 12-1-1.

Liz Gagnon and Anna Templeton also each tallied goal for Derryfield. Sydnee Pelletier made 10 saves for John Stark of Weare (5-8).

Kennett 4, Bow 0: In Conway, Natalie Shaw, Olivia Stewart, Ashton Coleman and Kathryn Hawkes each scored for the Eagles (12-0). Hannah Frittenburg earned the six-save shutout. Bow is 3-10.

St. Thomas, Hopkinton take golf titles

St. Thomas Aquinas of Dover captured the Division II championship, the program’s first ever, at Pease Golf Club in Portsmouth while Hopkinton took the Division IV crown at Nippo Lake Golf Club in Barrington. Windham earned a 36-over 391 as a team while Windham (400), Portsmouth (408), Oyster River of Durham (409) and Souehgan of Amherst (413) rounded out the top five finishers.

St. Thomas’ Justin Grondahl and Windham’s Andoni Tsoukalas tied for the D-II individual title after both shot at 1-under 70 over 18 holes.

Hopkinton shot a 53-over 333 as a team to earn the D-IV championship, with Mascenic of New Ipswich (343) and White Mountains of Whitefield (356) rounding out the top three finishers.

Inter-Lakes of Meredith and Littleton both earned a score of 371 to tie for fourth place. Hopkinton’s Dan Miner earned the D-IV individual crown with a 6-over 76 score.

Mascenic’s Anthony Andronaco and Moultonborugh’s Thomas Hickey tied for second place after both shot a 77.


Spaulding 3, Bedford 1: In Bedford, Spaulding of Rochester won, 19-25, 25-17, 25-20, 25-13. Leah Creteau logged 19 kills and 13 digs, Faith George registered eight kills and Jalen Winfrey recorded 38 assists for the Red Raiders (13-2). Bedford is 10-3.


At Exeter (5K)

Boys’ results: Exeter 13, Salem 18, Spaulding 21

Individual results: 1. James Sullivan, E, 17:24; 2. Thomas Vanderslice, E, 17:47; 3. Jake Winslow, E, 17:58; 4. Jackson Mazejka, SA, 19:11; 5. Massi Bosli, SA, 19:13; 6. Ben Webber, E, 19:55; 7. Shane Hudson, SP, 19:57; 8. Gavin Cieplik, E, 19:59; 9. Sam Quitkin, E, 20:10; 10. Carson Wante, SA, 20:19; 11. Luke Fantasia, SA, 20:40; 12. Mark Caswell, SA, 20:44; 13. Nicholas Morales, E, 20:48; 14. Kevin Casey, SP, 21; 15. Jason Collopy, SP, 21:04.

Girls’ results: Exeter 15, Salem 18, Spaulding 21

Individual results: 1. Violet Sullivan, E, 19:41; 2. Grace Jordan, E, 20:17; 3. Bethany Graham, SA, 20:44; 4. Natalie Coryea, SA, 20:51; 5. Allison Kelley, E, 21:13; 6. Erica James, SA, 21:23; 7. Ali McFarland, E, 21:28; 8. Silvia Caddell, SA, 21:36; 9. Emma Gagnon, SA, 21:48; 10. Abby Ward, SP, 22:29; 11. Lindsey Jones, SA, 22:34; 12. Lauren Noble, SP, 22:49; 13. Anna Richardson, E, 22:52; 14. Hadley Raymond, E, 23:04; 15. Grace Mercier, E, 23:31.