High schools: Bow girls’ soccer off to fast start
Bow's Maddie Cheney jumps in front of Hillsboro-Deering goalie Hillary Madore during Saturday's match at Hillsboro-Deering HS. (Alan MacRae/for the Monitor)
Hillsboro-Deering captain Morgan Winters heads the ball away from Bow's Lauren Scarpom during Saturday's season opener at Hillsboro-Deering High School. (Alan MacRae/for the Monitor)
Hillsboro-Deering's Bridgette Winters kicks the ball away from Bow's Christy Vinnenberg during Saturday's game at Hillsboro-Deering HS. (Alan MacRae/for the Monitor)
The Bow High girls’ soccer team (1-0) had its offense going in high gear in yesterday’s season opener at Hillsboro-Deering (0-1). The Falcons erupted for seven goals, and their defense was similarly as brilliant in the 7-0 victory.
The Hillcats continued to play hard despite falling behind. Breahna Savoy played well on defense, Paytne Walker led the midfield effort, and Kymberlee Bergstresser kept up the pressure offensively. H-D goalkeeper Hillary Madore made 10 saves. No details were reported for Bow.
Derryfield 7, Concord Christian 2
The Lady Kingsmen (0-1) faced a tough test to start the season at Derryfield (1-0) on Friday but couldn’t overcome some injuries that left the team with a low number of players.
Theresa Suarez and Alecia Spiewack had the two Concord Christian goals, while freshman Stephanie Langlois stepped in and provided much-needed support.
Pembroke 2, Coe-Brown 1
The Spartans (1-0) opened the season with a road win over the Bears (0-1) Friday.
Pembroke scored a goal in each half, with Parker Heath opening the scoring on a penalty shot in the 23rd minute. Coe-Brown’s Jake Dunkerly answered with a goal off an early cross eight minutes into the second half, before Jeremy Caruso scored the winner for the Spartans six minutes later.
Some details from the game were incorrectly reported in yesterday’s paper.