High schools: Area soccer, field hockey and volleyball results

Published: 10/13/2021 6:07:50 PM
Boys’ Soccer

Hopkinton 2, Fall Mountain 0

Key players: Hopkinton – Cam Bassett (goal), Owen O’Brien (goal), Quinn Whitehead (assist), Aidan Burns (save)

Highlights: The Hawks scored a pair of goals in the second half to extend their unbeaten streak to seven games.

Coach’s quote: “Today was a good showing as the Hawks played through a few different challenges, such as field conditions and injured starters. Bryce Charron ran the show all day from his center mid position, switching fields quickly and distributing nicely. Cam Bassett also played exceptional, as he started at defensive mid and earned not only the shutout on defense but also scored his first varsity goal off a corner kick.”

Records: Hopkinton 11-1-1; Fall Mtn. 7-6-0

Merrimack Valley 2, Pembroke 0

Key players: MV – Andrew Baldwin (goal), Andrew Surprenant (goal), Lucas Godoi (assist), Trevor Simonds (shutout)

Highlights: Baldwin headed in a Godoi free kick 30 seconds into the match, and Surprenant scored on a penalty kick with eight minutes to play. The Spartans had some scoring chances, but Simonds was solid in net to earn the shutout.

Coach’s quote: “We had a lot of chances, but we couldn’t find the back of the net as much as we would have liked. It was great to get a win today, and hopefully we can keep things moving in the right direction.” – MV’s Ken Fuller

Records: MV 5-4-4; Pembroke 4-10-0

Gilford 2, Kearsarge 0

Key players: Kearsarge – Sam Boulton, Ty Bears, Davis West, Kristean Nurme

Highlights: Gilford scored off a free kick for its first goal and tallied a second off a deflection.

Coach’s quote: “Gilford is a good team with a lot of intensity and pace. We did not give them many opportunities, but they took advantage when they had them.” – Kearsarge’s Matt Burch

Records: Gilford 12-0-0; Kearsarge 8-4-1

Concord 5, Timberlane 1

Key players: Concord – Alejo Caceres (goal, 3 assists), Cam Littlefield (goal), Ajay Darjee (goal), Sujan Bhujel (goal), Odeyi Kizungu (goal), Nate Wachter (save)

Highlights: Concord stepped up its play in the second half to build on its 2-0 halftime lead. The Tide was especially strong in the midfield and created numerous chances. Concord has won seven of its last eight games.

Coach’s quote: “Today was a solid team effort for each player. Very pleased with the level of play in the second half. We are hitting our stride at the right time of the season.” – Concord’s Scott Dunlop

Records: Concord 9-3-1; Timberlane 0-13-0

Coe-Brown 3, Kingswood 0

Coach’s quote: “Our defensive back line was consistent throughout the game and saw a barrage of heavy hits from Kingswood. The guys did well to win a ton of those 50-50 balls. In the second half, our offense did a better job of collecting our clearances, which made a difference in the game’s outcome. Our offense came alive in fits and spurt in both energy and game smarts. Heading into the last leg of the season, we are looking for the team to string together consistent performances in which they are working hard, seeing the game well and playing off each other. When, and if, they do that, they limit our opponents chances, generate a ton of their own and are very competitive.” – Coe-Brown’s Christian Gompert

Records: Coe-Brown 8-5; Kingswood 5-7

Girls’ Soccer

Pembroke 2, Merrimack Valley 0

Key players: PembrokeMerrimack Valley — Elizabeth Philbrook great defense; Calli Gray great defense; Mackenzie Mcdonald 19 saves

Coach’s quote: “Pembroke pressed us hard from the very beginning. Their formation and willingness to step in front of any ball made it difficult to gain control of the midfield. Our defense hung on until the second half, defending 25 shots on net and seven corner kicks. We made some solid runs towards net but not enough. I was pleased with our level of play against a talented team but am looking forward to more when we play Pembroke next. ” — Head Coach Kylee Yam

Records: Pembroke ; Merrimack Valley 4-5-3

Bow 4, Lebanon 0

Key players:Bow – Sara Gagne (2 goals), Kelly Harris (goal, assist), Madison Roberge (goal), Lyndsey LaPerle (2 assists), Bella LaPerle (assist), Ally Boone (defense), Makayla Trudel (defense), Marissa Green (defense), Lexi Insana (defense), Sarah Lavigne (midfield), Cailyn Benson (shutout)

Highlights: Harris scored the first goal off of her own corner kick. The second was thanks to an excellent individual effort from Lyndsey LaPerle, who received the ball at midfield, took it past four defenders and got a shot off that was knocked down by the keeper towards Roberge, who was there to knock in the rebound. Lyndsey LaPerle received a great through ball from Bella LaPerle, who sent the ball to Gagne for the third goal. Gagne rounded out the scoring with a one-time volley off another corner kick from Harris.

Coach’s quote: “We defended very well as a team today and had some nice passing combinations. Really like the effort of everyone and I am seeing stuff we work on in practice starting to be applied in the games which is great. It was a good win against a well-coached Lebanon team playing for the second day in a row.” – Bow’s Jay Vogt

Records: Bow 12-0; Lebanon 8-4

Hopkinton 8, Mascoma 0

Key players: Hopkinton – Ashlee Brehio (3 goals, assist), Jessie Carney (goal, 3 assists), Juliana Pardo (goal, assist), Elizabeth Holmes (goal, assist), Elise Miner (goal), Samantha Goldblatt (goal), Ellie Sintros (2 assists), Olivia Cressy (assist), Kally Murdough (defense), Emily Fleegle (2 saves)

Highlights: The Hawks scored three goals in the first 10 minutes of the matched and recorded their seventh shutout of the season.

Coach’s quote: “It is good to get six different girls on the scoreboard with many others getting assists. It shows that this team shares the ball well and looks for the open player in going to goal. We were without four starters today, three of those returning all-state players. I am happy with the depth of this team to still play well with so many players out of the lineup.” – Hopkinton’s Mike Zahn

Records: Hopkinton 13-0; Mascoma 1-12

John Stark 1, ConVal 1

Key players: John Stark – Diana Stafford (goal), Meghan Rousseau (assist)

Highlights: ConVal took advantage of Stark miskicks, miscommunication and a lack of cohesion in the first half. It took the entire first half for the Generals to find their rhythm, but eventually Rousseau connected with Stafford on a corner kick to help Stark salvage the draw.

Coach’s quote: “The team is really feeling the loss of one of its captains – Arden Ulmer – after a significant injury that has taken her from the season, but they are also listening to her instructions and guidance and game IQ. Melody Couturier, Hayleigh Dennis, Diana Stafford, Sophia McGinty and Becca Mussey are all stepping up to fill the void.” – John Stark’s Chris Pike

Records: John Stark 7-3-2; ConVal 4-7-2

Field Hockey

Merrimack Valley 5, Sanborn 1

Key players: MV – Kalee Keyser (3 goals), Abby Forbes (2 goals), Kaiya Mercier (offense)

Highlights: Forbes scored two goals in the first quarter off feeds from Amanda Parrotto and Alliya Eddy. Sanborn scored its only goal at the end of the second quarter, but Keyser scored halfway through the third quarter and added a couple more with aggressive play in the circle.

Coach’s quote: “Today was a must win for us. We have been talking about playing with a sense of urgency and jumping out and capitalizing on our scoring opportunities early. Today we made some adjustments and executed when we had the opportunities. No one scores alone, so it is nice to see several girls connecting on passing patterns to the goal.” – MV’s Jennifer Colgan

Records: MV 4-9; Sanborn 4-9

Bishop Brady 2, St. Thomas 0

Key players: Bishop Brady – Mieke Rentsch (goal), Libbey Hicks (goal)

Highlights: Rentsch scored off a corner in the third quarter and Hicks added an unassisted tally in the fourth.

Coach’s quote: “It was a slow moving game today for the girls in the first two periods. Not firing on all cylinders. But the team responded after we talked about some things at halftime.” – Bishop Brady’s Kelly Owen

Records: Bishop Brady 10-3; St. Thomas 1-12

Kearsarge 2, Mascoma 1

Key players: Kearsarge – Eliza Cardillo (goal), Kate Cochran (goal)

Highlights: Cardillo scored the first goal of the game in the third quarter with a reverse chip shot. Mascoma had a chance to tie the game on a penalty stroke in the fourth quarter, but Cougar goaltender Ayla Frenkiewich made the save.

Coach’s quote: “Mascoma played us competitively for 60 minutes. We had a strong second half, which is just what we needed to squeak out the win.” – Kearsarge’s Chelsea Williams

Records: Kearsarge 9-1-2; Mascoma 2-11-0

Oyster River 2, Bow 1

Key players: Bow – Katrina Burke (goal), Sarah Guerrette, Maia Kimball, Jocelyn Webber, Rylee Constant

Highlights: Burke scored a goal in the fourth quarter to help Bow climb back into the game after facing 2-0 halftime deficit and the Falcons outshot Oyster River, 10-3, but couldn’t capitalize on their opportunities.

Records: Oyster River 9-4; Bow 6-7

Girls’ Volleyball

Coe-Brown 3, Oyster River 1

Key players: Coe-Brown – Annie Jerome (11 kills, 4 aces, 9 digs), Annika Gunderson (8 kills, 3 aces, 8 digs), Noelle Sartin (8 kills), Haile Comeau (25 digs), Jordan Gilbert and Kaitlyn Miller (combined 35 assists and 6 aces)

Highlights: The two teams traded points in a marathon of a fourth set, but Gunderson had several digs late to help the Bears secure a 25-19, 23-25, 25-18, 30-28 victory. The fourth set had momentum shifts, and we traded point for point late in the game. Both teams had multiple game points. Defense on both sides of the court stepped it up and absolutely refused to let balls go down. We did a great job staying composed and continuing to make good serving and offensive choices, ultimately coming out on top, 30-28.

Coach’s quote: “Tonight was a battle. Any rivalry brings out extra energy and emotion, and we know when we play Oyster River both teams are really going to bring it. The match was a back-and-forth of who was attacking and serving the smartest and toughest and who refused to the let the other team put the ball on the floor. One of the prime reasons we were successful tonight was the energy. When the players on the court were down, the energy from their teammates on the sidelines rose to fill the gap. One of the best compliments we’ve been receiving this season is about the energy and enthusiasm of the players every point, no matter whether they are on or off the court. We hear over and over again how clear it is to those watching that the team is all in and playing for each other.” – Coe-Brown’s Renee Zobel

Records: Coe-Brown 11-2; Oyster River 9-2

Trinity 3, Franklin 0

Highlights: The Tornadoes lost a tough game on the road to the sixth-place Pioneers.

Records: Trinity 9-6; Franklin 0-11




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