Bishop Guertin senior Caroline Fischer topped the field at the Brown High School Northeast Invitational at Goddard State Park in East Greenwich, R.I., on Saturday.

Fischer finished the 5k course in 17 minutes, 53.55 seconds, more than 12 seconds ahead of the second-place finisher.

Cali Coffin of Nashua South finished ninth (18:47.26), Ali McFarland of Exeter was 10th (18:48.09), Grace Jordan of Exeter was 12th (19:05.45), Adele Alexander of Merrimack was 14th (19:06.32), Bishop Guertin’s MaryKate Finn was 17th (19:23.57), Exeter’s Grace Mercier finished 18th (19:29.14) and Meghan Conway of Nashua South was 19th (19:30.25).

Exeter finished second overall, BG was fifth and South was seventh.

Catholic Memorial Invitational: The Pinkerton Academy of Derry boys’ cross country team finished first at the 59th Annual Catholic Memorial Invitational at the 5K course at Franklin Park in Jamaica Plain, Mass.

The Astros finished with 39 points as a team. Nashua North (89) was third.

The event was split into two races, with Winnacunnet’s Colin Donnelly (16:07) taking the first heat and North’s Joseph Curran (15:44) taking the second.

Pinkerton’s Luke Brennan (16:23), Stephen Connelly (16:23) and Zach Plaza (16:41) finished third, fourth and eighth in the second heat.

Boys’ soccer

Hollis/Brookline 2, Souhegan 1 (2OT): In Hollis, J.J. Kennedy’s goal in the 94th minute lifted the Cavaliers. Mike Estabrook scored for the Sabers on an Alex Lin assist. Bryan Wright scored for Hollis/Brookline, assisted by Matthew Kelly.

Jake Morrisette made nine saves for Souhegan (2-10) and Ryan Coutu stopped 11 shots for Hollis/Brookline (9-5-1).


Epping 3, Sunapee 0: In Sunapee on Friday, Senior Hayley Pelletier had 15 kills and eight digs to lead Epping (11-2). Lexi Kailey had seven kills, two blocks and seven digs. Oakley Lustenberger had an ace, two kills, 11 digs and 36 assists.

Field hockey

Gilford 5, St. Thomas 0: In Gilford on Friday, seniors Laurel Gingrich and Randi Byars each scored a pair of goals and freshmen Lexi Shute added a single tally. The Eagles finished 11-3 and will host a first round tournament game Wednesday.