High schools: Wednesday’s golf and field hockey

Published: 9/22/2022 12:37:42 AM
Modified: 9/22/2022 12:37:03 AM
Golf

Concord 197, Londonderry 212, Bedford 213, Spaulding 234

Key players: Concord – Jack Shoemaker (37, medalist), Gavin Richardson (38), Keller Ramshaw (39), Griffin Norwalt (41), Carl Sirrianna (42)

Highlights: Shoemaker was the medalist at Passaconaway Country Club to lift the Tide to a sweep over three teams.

Records: Concord 16-1; Londonderry 9-5; Bedford 11-4; Spaulding 4-12

Bow 192, Portsmouth 205, Pembroke 212, Alvirne 232

Key players: Bow – Hunter Duncan (medalist 35), Sean Guerrette (37), Cam Evans (38), Owen Webber (39), Eli Wilkening (43)

Coach’s quote: “We are turning a corner with more consistent play. Hunter returned to his usual form and had a tremendous day with 9 of 9 greens in regulation. Sean, Cam and Owen played extremely consistent golf and would all say they could have been a few strokes lower. Hopefully we can put together another good match score on Friday.” – Bow’s Matt Davis

Records: Bow 18-2; Portsmouth 15-8; Pembroke 8-11; Alvirne 5-10

Derryfield 85, Coe-Brown 70, Sanborn 39, Bishop Brady 30

Key players: Coe-Brown – Hunter Demas (21 points), Alex Myslinsky (20), Jack Smith (15), Connor Marquette (14)

Records: Derryfield 17-1; Coe Brown 14-4; Sanborn 4-13; Bishop Brady 4-13

Hopkinton 80, Woodsville 74, Fall Mountain 55, Littleton 42

Key players: Hopkinton – Bronson Ammann (41, 22 points), Evan Fairneny (42, 21 points)

Highlights: All six Hawk golfers scored in the double digits as Hopkinton swept a four-team match.

Coach’s quote: “Making the hour and a half trip to Blackmont and playing two very good teams, the Hawks played some great golf, shooting a season best 80 to beat both Woodsville and Fall Mountain. Pretty excited that all six golfers scored in double digits.” – Hopkinton’s David Chase

Records: Hopkinton 23-1; Woodsville 12-1; Fall Mtn. 12-6; Littleton 2-14

Field Hockey

Gilford 3, Bishop Brady 1

Key players: Bishop Brady – Ava Archambault (24 saves), Kimble Rose (goal)

Highlights: Archambault was solid between the posts against Division III’s first-place team, but the Eagles scored one goal in each quarter of the first half for a 2-0 lead. Rose put Brady on the board in the fourth quarter, but Gilford scored with 3.9 seconds remaining.

Records: Gilford 6-0; Bishop Brady 2-3




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