Four players scored as the Keene High School boys’ hockey team defeated Merrimack 4-0 Saturday at Manchester’s West Side Arena.

The Blackbirds, who improved their Division II record to 4-1, received goals from Ben Brown, Dimitri Seger, Jerred Tattersall and Joseph Walsh. Brown, Seger and Walsh each had an assist as well. Taylor Panek recorded the shutout for Keene.

The loss dropped Merrimack’s record to 2-4-1.

Londonderry 4, Bishop Brady 1: In Hooksett, Londonderry’s Zac Rheault scored two power-play goals and assisted on teammate Anthony Federico’s tally on the man advantage. Patrick Cohen also scored and freshman goaltender Jake Holdsworth made 19 saves in his first career start for the Lancers (3-4-1). Kevin Anderson scored Bishop Brady’s lone tally. Matt Strickland made 27 saves for the Green Giants (2-4-1).

Concord 5, Trinity 1: In Concord, Matt Hauschild scored twice for Concord (6-1), which also received goals from Cam Larivierre, Kyle Mckinnon and Derek Kelleher. Anthony DiZillo scored for Trinity (4-3), which trailed 2-1 after one period and 4-1 entering the third.

Hanover 3, Pinkerton 2: In Hanover, Charlie Plotter, Cameron Woods and Matty Gardner scored for the Marauders (6-1), who handed Pinkerton (7-1) its first Division I loss of the season.

Bishop Guertin 10, Nashua North-Souhegan 0: At Skate 3 in Tyngsborough, Mass., Ben Young scored twice for the Cardinals. Mike Schaaf scored and notched four assists and Chris Syllivan made six saves for the shutout. Robbie Morel stopped 27 shots for North-Souhegan.

Goffstown 6, Alvirne-Milford 1: At Sullivan Arena in Goffstown, Griffin Cook scored twice and had two assists, Colby Gamache had a goal and an assist, and Sebastian Beal, Jacob Noonan and Grady Chretien scored for Goffstown (6-1-1). Levi Griffin had the Alvirne-Milford (3-3-1) tally. Madeline Sage made 18 saves for Goffstown. Zach Partridge made 23 saves and Jackson Dowd added eight for Alvirne-Milford.

Portsmouth/Newmarket 2, Winnacunnet 1 (OT): In Dover, David Blodgett scored 2:28 into overtime for the Clipper-Mules. Fred Holmes scored the other goal for Portsmouth/Newmarket. Dan Giacalone scored for the Warriors.

Monadnock/Fall Mountain 3, Berlin 1: In Keene, Chris Boucher scored twice for Monadnock/Fall Mountain (4-1) in this Division III contest. It was 1-1 through two periods, but Berlin (5-2) surrendered two third-period goals.

Girls’ hockey

Lebanon/Stevens/Kearsarge 9, Bishop Guertin 5: In Lebanon, a four-goal third period helped Lebanon/Stevens/Kearsarge (3-5) end a four-game losing streak. Emma Wallat, Lindsey Hult, Julie McLaughlin, Brianna DeFelice and Brooke Yabroudy scored for BG (2-6). The Cardinals trailed 2-0 after one period and 5-2 entering the third.

Concord 11, Pinkerton 1: In Concord, Jaelyn Kelleher collected five goals as the Crimson Tide remained unbeaten (7-0). Concord received two goals from Nicole Jones, and one from Emily Forward, Libby Brown, Kaitlyn McKinnon and Erin Doherty.