High schools: Area volleyball, field hockey, soccer and golf results

Published: 9/21/2021 7:20:11 PM
Girls’ Volleyball

John Stark 3, Hanover 1

Key players: John Stark – Molly Gamache (14 aces), Paige Hamel (7 aces, 4 kills), Abby Duclos (5 kills, tip), Emma Dobbins (5 kills), Lexi Mandrino (4 aces)

Coach’s quote: “Tonight we brought the power. Even though we lost the first set, we did not let this become a ripple effect, and instead used it to push ourselves forward.” – John Stark’s Grace Pecci

Records: John Stark 3-3; Hanover 3-3

Sunapee 3, Hillsboro-Deering 0

Key players: H-D – Madison Padsodowski (18-for-18 in serving, 7 aces, kill), Haley Hathorn (19-for-22 in serving, 6 aces, 2 kills), Kelsey Powell (11-for-13 in serving, 2 aces), Danielle Pellecchia (defense), Madison Podsadowski (defense), Allie Whisman (defense), Haley Hathorn (defense)

Highlights: The Lakers defeated the Hillcats 25-20, 25-14, 25-21.

Records: Sunapee 3-2H-D 1-4

Field Hockey

Souhegan 2, Bow 1

Key players: Bow – Jocelyn Webber (goal), Rylee Constant (assist)

Highlights: Madden McLeod and Josefine Jaques played well on defense, and Sarah Guerrette and Madeleine Kropp were strong on offense, but the Falcons couldn’t pull off the victory against the Sabres.

Records: Souhegan 6-1; Bow 2-4

Hopkinton 2, Kearsarge 1, OT

Key players: Hopkinton – Julia Baer (goal, assist), Charlotte Presti (assist); Kearsarge – Ayla Frenkiewich (15 saves), Devin Phyllides (goal), Tori Montagna (assist), Marissa Montagna (midfield)

Highlights: Baer assisted on the game-tying goal in the fourth quarter and netted the game-winner off a rebound in overtime. Kearsarge got on the board in the third quarter to open the scoring.

Coaches’ quotes: “Kearsarge played a great game. We had our struggles today, but we pulled together in the end.” – Hopkinton’s Kate Hohenberger

“Hopkinton is a very skilled team. I am proud of how our team competed with them.” – Kearsarge’s Chelsea Williams

Records: Hopkinton 6-0-0; Kearsarge 4-1-1

John Stark 6, Milford 0

Key players: John Stark – Gracie Bolduc (2 goals, 2 assists), Bella Pelletier (goal, assist), Aubrey Fischer (goal), Hailey Brisson (goal), Adie Bolduc (goal), Courtney Cranshaw (assist), Jillian Fredette (assist), Reagan Fischer (defense)

Highlights: The Generals controlled the pace of play throughout the game and was able to get 21 players into the action, giving many younger players their first varsity game experience.

Coach’s quote: “Proud of our total team effort today. Was great to get everyone available into the game today.” – John Stark’s Dennis Pelletier

Records: John Stark 5-1; Milford 0-6

Merrimack Valley 3, ConVal 1

Key players: MV – Grace Thompson (goal), Sadie Barnard (goal), Amanda Parrotto (goal)

Highlights: Thompson scored the first goal for the Pride off a penalty corner at 6:22 in the first quarter and Barnard also scored off a penalty corner at 9:13 in the second quarter. ConVal scored its lone goal after a scrum in front of the net three minutes later, but Parrotto put in the third goal off a rebound to secure MV’s first win of the season.

Coach’s quote: “This is a great way to start a three-game week. It’s always nice when you have three different people score.” – MV’s Jen Colgan

Records: MV 1-5; ConVal 2-5

Girls’ Soccer

Coe-Brown 1, Souhegan 1

Key players: Coe-Brown – Somer Loto (goal), Alyviah Blad (midfield), Ellie Wolthius (defense), Mary Joy (defense)

Highlights: Loto tied the game with 12 minutes left in the second half on a free kick. The Bears had 18 shots on goal, but could not find game-winner despite dominating possession in the second half.

Coach’s quote: “It was another great step forward for a young team building to find the right chemistry.” – Coe-Brown’s Josh Hils

Records: Coe-Brown 2-3-2; Souhegan 3-2-1

Golf

Lebanon 78, Hopkinton 73, Plymouth 70

Key players: Hopkinton – Zach Hopper (c0-medalist, 22 points), Evan Fairneny (co-medalist, 22 points)

Highlights: The Hawks gave the undefeated Raiders a run, but fell just five points short.

Coach’s quote: “A putt here or there and we would have been knocking on the door. I think today shows we can compete with the some of the top teams in the division.” – Hopkinton’s David Chase

Records: Lebanon 9-0; Hopkinton 8-2; Plymouth 7-6

Derryfield 74, Coe-Brown 61, Sanborn 54

Key players: Coe-Brown – Alex Myslinsky (20 points), Jacob Pelletier (16 points), Dante Ceppetelli (12 points), Connor Strum (12 points)

Records: Derryfield 8-1; Coe-Brown 8-1; Sanborn 2-5

Pelham 92, Bow 86, Laconia 37

Key players: Bow – Hunter Duncan (3-over par, 38), Cam Evans (5-over, 40), Eli Wilkening (8-over 43), Ali Sargent (9-over, 44)

Coach’s quote: “We played pretty well on a course that most of our team hasn’t played before. Pelham is a very talented and deep team. We are going to have to work extremely hard over the next few weeks to up our game. Overall I was really pleased with our scores.” – Bow’s Matt Davis

Records: Pelham 10-0; Bow 12-1; Laconia 1-9




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