High schools: Area soccer, field hockey and golf results

  • Bow’s Rylee Constant (right) fights for possession in a game against Lebanon on Sept. 17. Rich Miyara / NH Sports Photography

Published: 9/22/2021 10:49:16 PM
Boys’ Soccer

Belmont 0, Inter-Lakes 0

Key players: Belmont – Jacobb Bivens (5 saves, shutout), Kadin Jewell (defense), Manny Mahoney (defense), Owen Waldron (defense), Jaxson Embree (defense)

Coach’s quote: “Excellent defensive match up for both teams. Belmont is still trying to find its way into the win column.” – Belmont’s Michael Foley

Records: Belmont 0-5-1; Inter-Lakes 2-1-2

Concord 1, Bedford 0

Key players: Concord – Alejo Caceres (goal), Shamir Darjee (midfield), Ben Masur (midfield), Jimmy Rutikanga (defense), Nick DiBuono (defense)

Highlights: Caceres regained possession of the ball in the midfield, penetrated to the top of the 18 and fired home the only goal of the match.

Coach’s quote: “A solid team effort to come away with a win on the road. We played very well in the second half. It took a while for us to adjust to the turf and speed of the game.” – Concord’s Scott Dunlop

Records: Concord 4-2-1; Bedford 0-6-0

Hillsboro-Deering 4, Derryfield 1

Key players: H-D – Mason Ferwerda (goal), Griffin Cassidy (goal), Joel Gould (goal), Anthony Alibrandy (goal), Thomas Doyle (defense)

Highlights: The Hillcats scored two goals in the first half and freshman Alibrandy scored his first varsity goal to cap the scoring.

Coach’s quote: “Very solid performance from the defense.” – H-D’s Glenn Winters

Records: H-D 3-4; Derryfield 3-4

Girls’ Soccer

Bedford 2, Concord 1

Key players: Concord – Sarah Potter (goal), Mary Martinson (assist)

Coach’s quote: “It was another good test for our girls to face a good Bedford team early in the season. It gives us a good gauge to see where we are at and a good time to see we are able to compete with a good team in the division. Our girls battled throughout the entire game and gave us a chance at the end.” – Concord’s Andrew Mattarazzo

Records: Bedford 6-0-1; Concord 5-2-0

Hopkinton 7, Conant 0

Key players: Hopkinton – Emily Fleegle (shutout), Madeline Follansbee and Kally Murdough (defense), Ashlee Brehio (2 goals, assist), Annie Higginbotham (goal, 2 assists), Loren Charron (goal), Elise Miner (goal), Olivia Cressy (goal), Jessie Carney (3 assists)

Highlights: The Hawks scored four goals in the first half, three in the second, and Fleegle didn’t have to make a save to record her fifth shutout of the season.

Coach’s quote: “I had a great conversation after the game with Conant’s coach Patria. He said my team was fantastic and acted in a sportsmanlike attitude. I felt very proud as the Lady Hawks coach when it comes from a genuine nice guy like Patria. My hope is that our team can continue to be fantastic all season long.” – Hopkinton’s Mike Zahn

Records: Hopkinton 7-0; Conant 2-6

Kearsarge 5, Monadnock 0

Key players: Kearsarge – Val Soule (2 goals), Caroline Camp (2 goals, 2 assists), Thea Spanos (2 assists), Carly Grant (goal), Addy Stadler (assist)

Highlights: Monadnock came out really strong, pressuring Kearsarge and creating multiple chances in the first 15 minutes, but the Cougars finally broke through when Soule opened the scoring, picking up a rebound goal midway through the opening half. Kearsarge woke up in the second half, scoring four unanswered goals.

Coach’s quote: “Monadnock came out ready to play and we weren’t ready for them to start this game. We put ourselves in a tough spot early. Really proud that the girls were able to settle in and play their style of soccer.” – Kearsarge’s Dave Smith

Records: Kearsarge 5-2-0; Monadnock 2-4-1

Pelham 2, John Stark 0

Key players: John Stark – Emaly Roy (goalie), Melody Couturier (good crosses), Meghan Mefford (good crosses)

Coach’s quote: “You have to give Pelham credit. They came out physical, but also with a great game plan and John Stark didn’t adjust until halftime. Even with a better handle on the play, today wasn’t the girls’ day to make the comeback.” – John Stark’s Chris Pike

Records: Pelham 4-3-1; John Stark 4-3-0

Field Hockey

Bishop Brady 7, Laconia 0

Key players: Bishop Brady – Libbey Hicks (2 goals, assist), Kimble Rose (2 goals, assist), Laura Yap (goal), Mieke Rentsch (goal), Olivia Lazear (goal), Julie Blais (1 save)

Highlights: The Giants led 3-0 at halftime and tacked on three goals in the fourth quarter to bounce back from their first loss.

Coach’s quote: “Overall team effort this afternoon built some confidence for our younger players as they made contributions today.” – Bishop Brady’s Kelly Owen

Records: Bishop Brady 5-1; Laconia 2-6


Lebanon 82, Coe-Brown 68, Monadnock 62

Key players: C0e-Brown – Alex Myslinsky (21 points), Jack Smith (17 points), Jacob Pelletier (15 points), Dante Ceppetelli (15 points)

Records: Lebanon 11-0; Coe-Brown 9-2

Hopkinton 79, Campbell 46, ConVal 12

Key players: Hopkinton – Kody Dexter and Evan Fairneny (tied for medalist honors with 6-over 42, 21 points each), Zach Hopper (19 points)

Highlights: All seven Hawk golfers scored 13 or more points.

Coach’s quote: “Great to see how competitive the boys are becoming both at practice, as well as in matches. The team has really come a long way when our six and seven golfers are scoring 13 points each.” – Hopkinton’s David Chase

Records: Hopkinton 10-2; Campbell 3-8; ConVal 3-4

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