Glynn celebrates

Manchester West’s Hunter Glynn left, celebrates his goal against Oyster River at West High School in Manchester on Friday. West won, 3-2.

Senior captain Sydney Spenard scored the winning goal, assisted by fellow senior captain Jennessa Brunette, as Manchester Memorial got its first field hockey win of the season with a 1-0 win at Bedford on Friday.

The Crusaders 1-3. Bedford is 0-2-1.

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Oyster River’s Reed Leader battles West’s Aiden Scott-Beaulac at West High School in Manchester on Friday.

Londonderry 2, Timberlane 1, OT: In Londonerry, Courtney Shay scored her second overtime game-winner this week with a strike at 7:09 assisted by Izzy Augusta. Chelsea Mullen scored, assisted by Shay, for the Lancers (4-0). Lily Fay got the Owls even on a penalty stroke with no time remaining in the second half. Riley Walter made seven saves for Londonderry and Meghan Query made five for Timberlane (0-3).

Merrimack 2, Winnacunnet 1: In Hampton, Paige Rivet scored both Tomahawks goals. Ellie Boucher added an assist. Heather Rohr got the win with six saves for Merrimack (1-3). Marikate Morin had seven saves for Winnacunnet (3-1).

Derryfield 7, Portsmouth 1: In Manchester, Lindsay Stagg had her third hat trick of the season, and Kira Geddes and Anna Templeton added two goals each for the Cougars (4-0). Mia Edwards of Portsmouth scored in the fifth minute to put the Clippers (0-3) up 1-0, but Stagg’s first a minute later got things even before Derryfield scored three more times to make it 4-1 at half. Portsmouth’s Victoria Watson made 16 saves, and Olivia Bollengier made one save.

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Oyster River’s Douglas Young goes for a header against Manchester West’s Hunter Glynn on Friday at West. The hosts prevailed, 3-2.

Boys’ soccer

Hanover 6, Merrimack 1: In Merrimack, Charlie Adams scored three goals and had two assists in the first half as the Marauders (3-1) cruised. He has five goals and four assists in the season’s first four games. Eli Stack had a goal and two assists, and Latham Allison added a goal. Merrimack (2-2) got its goal from Carter Sherman. Merrimack goalkeeper John Goodwin made seven saves and Hanover’s Joey Perras had three stops.

Newmarket 3, Sunapee 1: In Newmarket, Nick Berthiaume scored two goals and assisted on another as the Mules got the win. Felix Hoehner added a goal.

Bedford 8, Spaulding 0: In Rochester, James Poschmann and Zach Verow each scored twice for the Bulldogs. Vitor Rodrigues had a goal and two assists, Nathan Statires and Riccardo Foltran notched a goal and an assist each, and Bryon Peters chipped in a goal. Aiden Wisherd and Roman Snegach combined for the shutout with two saves.

Hopkinton 3, Prospect Mountain 1: In Hopkinton, Derek West scored a pair in the second half, and Benny Madden scored in the second minute for the Hawks (3-1). Shea Dickson and Steven Newton-Delgado had assists. Aidan Burns made five saves. Cody Willette had seven saves for Prospect Mountain.

Pelham 1, Plymouth 0: In Pelham, Alex Gagnon scored the lone goal to lift the Pythons to 2-3. Greg Nicholls made four saves for the shutout.

Hollis/Brookline 2, Souhegan 1: In Amherst, Danny Kennedy and Andy Bass were the Cavaliers’ goal scorers. Liam Troddyn and Brian Wright offered assists. Hogan Cain made eight saves for Hollis/Brookline (2-2-1). Ethan Ramm scored in the 75th minute for Souhegan (0-5) to halve the deficit. Ryan Lockitt made nine saves for the Sabers.

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Leader Oyster River’s Reed Leader battles West’s Hunter Glynn at West High School in Manchester on Friday.

Girls’ soccer

Raymond 5, Trinity 3: In Raymond, Kelley Francis scored two and Lauren McHugh added one for the Pioneers (2-3). Devon Booth assisted on two and Lauren Faust chipped in an assist. With the score tied, Raymond (4-1) scored in the 66th and 70th minute to secure the win.

Manchester Memorial 1, Nashua South 0: In Manchester, Aly Veilleux scored on an assist from Madie Weigler in the 68th minute to give the Crusaders (1-3) their first win of the season. South is 2-2.

Manchester Central 3, Salem 0: In Salem, Emily Greenwood, Ajlina Cehic and Darby Bailey had the Central (3-1) goals. Jessica Lewis had four saves for the shutout.

Rachel Carr made six saves and Kendall Migliorini made seven stops for Salem (0-4).

Bishop Brady 2, Campbell 1: In Litchfield, Bishop Brady (4-0) scored both its goals on penalty kicks. Karleigh Schultz scored for Campbell (4-1).

Londonderry 8, Timberlane 0: In Londonderry, Ashley Manor and Alyssa Anderson each scored twice for the Lancers (4-0). Olivia Stowell, Kelly Calawa, Gillian Vilela and Gwen Barnes added goals. Abbie Ellis had two assists. Anderson, Stowell, Barnes and Calawa added assists. Jasmine Richards made four saves for the shutout. Sam Fowler stopped 12 for Timberlane (2-2).

Goffstown 2, Alvirne 1: In Goffstown, Alexa Skinner scored in the 48th and 60th minutes to lift the Grizzlies (3-1). Alvirne is 2-2.

Girls’ volleyball

Campbell 3, Portsmouth Christian 0: In Litchfield, Jordan Kanaley had three aces, a kill, a dig and 10 assists, Tori Allen had an ace and four kills, Chloe Steiniger notched an ace, two kills, a dig and six assists, and Bria Soule added seven digs for the Cougars.

Pinkerton 3, Timberlane 0: In Derry, Ella Dandrade notched 13 kills and 16 digs, Sarah Taylor registered six kills and a block, and Reese Asselin had 16 digs for the Astros (3-0). Timberlane (1-3) got four service points and an ace from Lauren Mezquita.

Bedford 3, Merrimack 0: In Bedford, Eva Page had five kills and three blocks, Anna Niezrecki had 12 digs, and Isabella Smith notched 14 assists, six aces and four kills for Merrimack (0-4). Bedford is 3-0.

Hollis/Brookline 3, Bishop Guertin 0: In Hollis, Kristen Coumas logged four aces and 24 assists, Caroline Sullivan had eight kills, Libby Knapp had 10 kills and seven digs, and Lydia Litvak notched five blocks for BG (1-2). Hollis/Brookline is 3-0.


At Green Meadow CC, Hudson

Bedford 191; Londonderry 213; Nashua South 224

Individuals: CJ Ladue, Bed, 36; Elliot Wallace, Bed, 38; John Giroux, Bed, 39; Nikhil Gottemukkala, 39; Scott Senatore, Bed, 39; Matt Anderson, Lon, 41; James Griffin, Lon, 41; Alexis St. Laurent, South, 42