10/9/19 Allegra Boverman/Union Leader. Bedford's Avery Manni heads the ball as Bishop Guertin player Grace Kelly moves in on Wednesday evening during their game in Nashua at Rivier College.

Carolyn Thompson’s unassisted goal in overtime lifted the Winnacunnet High School field hockey team to a 3-2 Division I victory over Londonderry in Hampton on Wednesday.

Thompson also scored in the first half and Sarah Blankenship had a second-half goal for the Warriors (8-3). Sam Crochetiere added an assist for Winnacunnet.

Jenna Madigan scored both goals, one in each half, for Londonderry (9-2). Izzy Augusta had an assist and Riley Walter made eight saves for the Lancers.

Windham 4, Keene 0: In Keene, Cam Livingstone had three goals and Livi Manchester added one for the Jaguars (10-1). Ryane Farrell, Livi Tsestilas and Cecilia Ponzini had assists. Kayla Antonucci did not have to make a save in net. Keene is 3-9.

Bishop Guertin 3, Nashua South 0: In Nashua, Rylee Bouvier had a hat trick while Britney Pearson, Sarah Coyle and Lindsay Hult each tallied an assist for Bishop Guertin (6-5) Monina Tosi and Makenna Reekie made a combined four saves for the shutout. South is 2-9.

Concord 1, Pinkerton 0: In Concord, freshman Emma Beaujouan scored the game’s lone goal off an assist from Erin Doherty for the Crimson Tide (9-3). Pinkerton Academy of Derry is 10-1.

Merrimack 1, Salem 0: In Salem, Erin Knauer scored the lone goal via an assist from Megan Dinsmore 8:47 into the game. Heather Rohr made five saves to earn the shutout for Merrimack (7-5). Salem is 3-8.

Berlin 3, Newfound 2: In Bristol, Kenna Balderrama, Becca Pouliot and Kaelyn Blais scored for Berlin (5-5). Caroline Marchand notched both goals for the Bears (10-2).

Girls’ soccer

Manchester Central 3, Nashua North 0: In Nashua, Ajlina Cehic’s first-half goal gave Central a 1-0 halftime lead before teammates Emily Greenwood and Katie Boyle each logged tallies over the final 40 minutes. Katie McIntire, Tori Keys and McKenna Schneiderman all notched an assist and Jess Lewis made three saves for the Little Green (8-3). North is 4-7-1.

Manchester Memorial 1, Pinkerton 0 (OT): In Derry, Lela Connors scored off an assist from Alexis McFarland in the 89th minute for Memorial (4-6-1). Pinkerton is 6-6.

Nashua South 2, Windham 1 (OT): In Nashua, South and Windham traded penalty-kick goals in the second half before the Purple Panthers (8-3) scored in the run of play in overtime. Reagan Murray scored Windham’s penalty-kick goal and Jess Thibodeau made seven saves for the Jaguars (3-9).

Alvirne 4, Spaulding 1: In Rochester, Jayden Shaw scored the lone goal for Spaulding (0-11). Alvirne of Hudson improved to 6-5.

Londonderry 4, Salem 0: In Londonderry, Olivia Stowell's hat trick paced the Lancers (11-0). Alyssa Anderson chipped in a goal. Abbie Ellis, Darby Dupuis, Gwen Barnes and Olivia Galluzzo added assists. Jasmie Richards made a save to earn the shutout. Kendall Miglorini stopped 10 shots and Rachel Carr stopped five for Salem (2-8-1).

Boys’ soccer

Newmarket 4, Epping 0: In Newmarket, Keenan Mills, Nick Berthiaume and Amar Phoubaykham scored the first three goals for the Mules (12-1). Epping is 0-10-1.

Campbell 10, Winnisquam 1: In Litchfield, David Latsha tallied two goals and an assist, Samuel Gomes and Conner Donaghey both scored twice and Tyler St. Onge, Michael Decarli and Joaquin Heller each logged a goal and an assist for Campbell (10-0-1). Justin Edmunds also scored for the Cougars. Winnisquam of Tilton is 2-9.

Girls’ volleyball

Epping 3, Belmont 0: In Belmont, Hayley Pelletier had an ace, 12 kills and 26 digs for Epping (9-2). Belle Snyder had an ace, five kills and eight digs. Gracie Re had three aces, 10 kills and 16 digs. Oakley Lustenberger had a kill, five digs and 31 assists.

Spaulding 3, Bishop Guertin 1: In Nashua, Libby Knapp led the Cardinals with 13 kills, six aces and 19 digs. Maddy Keating notched 10 kills and 12 digs, Kristen Coumas had 31 assists, Emma Charron logged 17 digs, and Lydia Litvak had five kills and three blocks.

Winnacunnet 3, Merrimack 1: In Merrimack, Lilly Marshall had six kills, Haley Smethurst had seven kills, Anna Niezrecki had 22 digs and Isabella Smith had 21 assists, three aces and three kills for Merrimack.

Hollis/Brookline 3, Timberlane 0: In Hollis, Kaleigh Whalen had five aces and nine kills for the Cavaliers (13-0). Hanna Close had eight kills, Maren Anderson notched eight kills and 13 digs, Angelina Leonard had 28 assists, and  Sammie Sheppard logged 11 digs and two 2 aces. Timberlane is 6-7.

Hollis/Brookline (13-0)


At Nashua CC

Exeter 207; Bishop Guertin 217; Merrimack 265.

Individuals: 1. Will Ducharme, E, 37; 2. Jack Fitzgerald, BG, 43; 2. Tino Cheek, E, 43; 4. Brendan Doyle, E, 44; 4. Ryan Horgan, BG, 44; 4. Luke Mutty, BG, 44; 5. Aaron Pratt, BG, 46; 5. Connor Bouvier, BG, 46; 5. Eddie Towlson, E, 46.