Sammie Sheppard had four aces and five digs, and set a school record in Hollis/Brookline’s 3-0 win over Keene in girls’ volleyball play Friday night in Hollis.

Sheppard took over the Cavaliers’ all-time serve receive record of 1,013, breaking the record set by 2016 graduate Bella Zampieri.

Meaghan Coutu had three kills and three aces for the Cavaliers (6-0). Sophie Jordan had four aces and 14 assists, Ellie Jordan notched eight digs, Sarah Dreyer had five kills, and Lauren Ingraham had two aces.

Pinkerton 3, Bedford 0: In Bedford, Ella Dandrade registered eight kills and 22 digs, Emma Bernard had eight kills, and Nicole Valcourt notched four blocks for Pinkerton (6-0), which went to extra points to win the first two sets, and won the third 32-30. Julia Tirous had 10 service points and three aces, and Hayley Salis notched 10 service points and five aces for Bedford (3-2).

Bishop Guertin 3, Concord 2: In Nashua, Emma Charron had eight aces and 23 digs, Kristen Coumas notched 30 assists, Libby Knapp had 17 kills and 21 digs, Alicia Glasheen had 20 assists, Maddy Keating registered five aces and 11 kills, and Lydia Litvak had four blocks for BG (2-3). Concord is 2-5.

Girls’ soccer

Central 1, Merrimack 0: In Manchester, Katie McIntire scored the unassisted game-winner at 75:36 to punctuate a tough game from both sides. Jessica Lewis made six saves for Central (5-1). Amber Bacon stopped eight shots for Merrimack (2-3).

Trinity 4, Monadnock 0: In Manchester, Kelley Francis’ hat trick put the Pioneers firmly in control and Carolyn Burleigh finished the game with her first varsity goal. Eliza Bloomquist stopped two shots for her second shutout of the season for Trinity (3-4).

Bedford 2, Windham 1: In Windham, Avery Manni scored the winner early in the second half, assisted by Mackenzie MacEachern. Gabby DeAngelis gave the Bulldogs (7-0) a first-half lead with her goal, but Windham’s Sam Bishop evened the game just two minutes later. Jess Thibodeau made made six saves for Windham (2-4).

Bishop Guertin 2, Memorial 1: In Nashua, Lela Connors scored in the 70th minute to halve the Crusaders’ deficit but the Cardinals (5-0) hung on. Memorial is 1-4-1.

Londonderry 6, Nashua North 0: In Nashua, Olivia Stowell had a hat trick to lift the Lancers to 7-0. Alyssa Anderson had two goals and three assists, and Darby Dupuis scored a goal and assisted on two. Jasmine Richards and Liana Saywer each made two saves in the Lancers net. Tori Conrad made 11 saves for North (2-5).

Boys’ soccer

Winnacunnet 2, Salem 1: In Salem, Chaz Ziolkowski scored both goals, including the game winner with less than five minutes to play. Goalkeeper Nathan Todaro backstopped the Warriors (3-3) with five saves.

ConVal 5, Souhegan 0: In Peterborough, Ryan Lockitt made six saves in the first half, while Jake Morrissette stopped five in the second half for Souhegan (0-6). ConVal is 5-0-1.

Lebanon 2, John Stark 1: In Lebanon, the Raiders improved to 5-1 as all three goals were scored in a two-minute span of the second half. Lebanon broke through in the 60th minute when Logan Falzarano gathered in a Simon Amaro throw in scored from 15 yards out. John Stark needed just 17 seconds to equalize as Evan Lamphere’s cross was deflected by a Lebanon defender to the feet of Will Connor, whose shot from 18 yards out glanced off a defender and in. Lebanon responded 90 seconds later as Falzarano who cracked one into the upper left corner for his ninth goal of the season. Jorgen Leuthauser made three saves for Lebanon. John Stark (2-4-1) keeper Daniel Hilyard had with seven saves.

Bedford 1, Windham 1: In Bedford, two Division I unbeatens remained that way after the tie. Zach Verow scored for the Bulldogs (5-0-1), assisted by Riccardo Foltran, and Bedford goalie Aiden Wisherd was strong with four saves. Windham is 4-0-2.

Goffstown 3, Pinkerton 0: In Goffstown, the Grizzlies (2-3-1) scored all three goals in the second half, two by Thiago Fantecelli. Ronnie Morgan had the other marker. Myles Green stopped six shots for the shutout. Thomas Richmond (two saves) and Owen Belanger (six saves) split goalkeeping duties for the Astros (1-4-1). Michael Curtin, Jake Spezzaferri, Andy MacDonald and Giovanni Iob played well for Pinkerton.

Field hockey

Londonderry 3, Dover 1: In Dover, Courtney Shay scored two second-half goals to help the Lancers overcome a scoreless tie at half and stay unbeaten (6-0). Lauren Doherty had a goal and an assist. Izzy Augusta and Kayla Miles notched assists. Maddie Gould scored for Dover, assisted by Jeannine Turgeon. Riley Walter made three saves for Londonderry, and Kylie Nelson Marios had five for Dover (4-2).

Pinkerton 1, Windham 0: In Derry, Mari Shea’s penalty stroke goal in the first half was the only strike in this matchup of unbeatens. Khaliyah Ellis made seven saves for Pinkerton (6-0). Kayla Antonucci made 10 stops for Windham (4-1).

Derryfield 1, Pelham 0: In Pelham, Anna Templeton scored the game-winner off a Lindsey Stagg corner with 2:57 to go to help the Cougars improve to 7-0. Olivia Bollengier made two saves. Hayley Gilbert made five saves for Pelham (3-2).

Merrimack 2, Concord 1: In Merrimack, Theresa Twardowsky and Ellie Boucher scored to hand Concord (5-1) its first loss. Heather Rohr made 10 saves for Merrimack (3-3).

John Stark 1, Kingswood 0: In Wolfeboro, Gracie Bolduc scored with six minutes left to break a scoreless tie. Linsey Hagman had the assist and Sydnee Pelletier had the 10-save shutout for the Generals (4-2).



Hoodkroft CC, Par 36

Pinkerton 198, North 214, Salem 216

Individuals: Julianna Megan, P, 38; Nick Tufts, P, 39; Max Lukeman, P, 39; Cam Leppert, P, 40; Jeremy Burke, P, 42

Records: Pinkerton 11-0