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Pinkerton Academy's Ella Dandrade, right, notched her 1,000th career dig in the Astros' win on Friday. Here, she is pictured with teammate Sarah Taylor, going up for a spike, during a recent match.

Ella Dandrade had 11 kills and registered her 1,000th career dig in undefeated Pinkerton’s 3-0 win over Bishop Guertin of Nashua in Division I girls’ volleyball play Friday in Derry.

Lily Heywood notched 12 service points, Reese Asselin had 13 digs and Sarah Taylor logged seven kills and two blocks for the Astros (12-1).

Kristen Coumas had seven assists for the Cardinals (6-8). Libby Knapp notched six kills and eight digs, Morgan Faulkner had three aces, Alicia Glasheen logged eight assists and Emma Charron had 12 digs.

Spaulding 3, Merrimack 0: In Rochester, Anna Niezrecki had 18 digs, Anya Craver had five kills and 15 digs, and Isabella Smith notched two aces and 10 assists for Merrimack (2-12). Spaulding is 10-4.

Hollis/Brookline 3, Winnacunnet 1: In Hampton, Kaleigh Whalen had 16 kills and Hanna Close notched 11 for Hollis/Brookline (14-0). Maren Anderson logged nine kills and 14 digs, Angelina Leonard had 37 assists and six aces, Sammie Sheppard had 20 digs. Winnacunnet is 9-5.

Field hockey

Londonderry 7, Nashua North 0: In Londonderry, Courtney Shay had two goals and two assists to lead the Lancers (10-3). Kayla Miles, Emily Cowette, Skylar Hamilton, Lauren Doherty and Grace Chicko added single goals. Izzy Augusta had two assists. Riley Walter made one save for the shutout. Madi Goulet had 16 stops for North (0-13).

Derryfield 5, Sanborn 0: In Manchester, Lindsey Stagg scored two goals, and Kira Geddes, Anna Templeton and Charlotte Gleichauf added single goals for Derryfield (13-0-1). Olivia Bollengier made one save, and Erin Glosner played the second half in goal and did not face a shot. Izzi Giles made 12 saves for Sanborn of Kingston (6-6).

Windham 2, Salem 1: In Windham, Livi Manchester and Ryane Farrell scored for Windham, which got an assist from Livi Tsestilas. Kayla Antonucci made one save for the Jaguars (11-1).

Merrimack 3, Manchester Central 2: In Manchester, Chloe Kapsambelis scored 11:41 into overtime for Merrimack’s winner. Theresa Twardowsky notched a goal and an assist, and Megan Dinsmore scored a goal for Merrimack (8-5). Ellie Boucher also had an assists and Heather Rohr made six saves. Central is 4-7-1.

Kennett 3, Oyster River 0: In Conway, Kennett (10-1) got two goals from Eva Drummond, and Natalie Shaw scores her 17th of the season. Hannah Frittenburg saves made four saves in the shutout. Oyster River is 4-8.

Girls’ soccer

Merrimack 7, Spaulding 2: In Merrimack, Riley Streeper scored two goals, and Keira Bike, Bella Saxon, Jesse Mayhew, Marleigh Shvanda and Kylie Flynn added single goals for the Tomahawks (5-7). Siobhan McMakin had three assists and Isabella Lafauci notched two. Spaulding is 0-13.

Bishop Guertin 2, Pinkerton 1: In Nashua, Grace Kelly scored both goals for the Cardinals (10-1). Macy Graves scored for Pinkerton (6-7), which got 11 saves from Mishela Duka.

Windham 3, Alvirne 0: In Windham, Livvey Kendzulak had a goal in each half, and Alyssa Tarabocchia scored on a Sam Bishop assist. Jess Thibodeau got her third shutout of the season in goal with seven saves for Windham (4-9), while Brittney Whiting had 12 saves for Alvirne (6-6).

Londonderry 5, Dover 1: In Dover, Olivia Stowell scored three goals and had an assist as the Lancers improved to 13-0. Ashley Manor had a goal and an assist, and Mia Stowell scored a goal. Darby Dupuis registered three assists. Lucy Tretter scored for Dover (3-9), assisted by Julia Bastille. Kaile Krenzer made eight saves for Dover and Liana Sawyer stopped two shots for Londonderry.

Boys’ soccer

Hanover 5, Winnacunnet 2: In Hampton, the Mauarders scored three goals in two and a half second-half minutes to blow open a tie game.

Eli Stack, Latham Allison and Charlie Adams scored the goals. Adams, who also scored in the first half, now has 16 goals this season. David Stoffel added a goal for third-place Hanover (10-2). Chris Lepere and James O’Hara scored in the first half for the Warriors (6-3-2). Nathan Todaro made five saves for Winnacunnet. Joey Perras had three saves for Hanover.

Londonderry 3, Dover 1: In Londonderry, Colin Leblanc and Joe Stanley notched their first varsity goals as the Lancers improved to 4-4-4. Brady Hanley also scored for Londonderry and goalie Alex Hufford made two saves. Dover dropped to 4-7. 

Milford 2, Souhegan 1: In Milford, Colin Gregg’s unassisted in the 79th minute lifted the Spartans (7-3-2). Ethan Lim gave Souhegan (1-9) a 1-0 lead on an assist from Chris Weeden in the 15th minute, and Milford’s Ryon Constable tied it from Connor Winder six minutes later. Jake Morrisette made 14 saves for Souhegan. Riley Hansen stopped eight shots for Milford.

Lebanon 3, Pelham 0: In Pelham, Lebanon got goals from Nathan Magari in the eighth minute, Sam Twarog in the 36th minute and and Tyler St. Martin in the 46th minute. Logan Falzarano assisted on all three.

Lebanon, now 10-1, clinched its 15th consecutive 10-win season. Jorgen Leuthauser (0 saves) and Colbie Delisle (two saves) saw time in goal for Lebanon. Pelham, which got eight saves from Greg Nicholls, is 4-9.