Friday’s high schools: Pair of TDs from Isaiah Reese keeps Gilford-Belmont football undefeated; plus more football, field hockey, golf, soccer and XC results

  • Gilford-Belmont quarterback Isaiah Reese (2) runs to the end zone for a touchdown against Bow on Sept. 17 at The Meadows. Reese ran for 254 yards and five touchdowns on 11 carries, while throwing 6-for-9 with 216 passing yards and three touchdowns (all of them to his older brother Jalen Reese) to lead the Eagles to a 52-33 victory over Bow. Reese also scored a pair of touchdowns to lift the Eagles to a 20-7 victory over Laconia on Friday night. Courtesy of Shauna Parrish

Published: 10/1/2022 12:07:09 AM
Football

Gilford-Belmont 20, Laconia 7

Key players: Gilford-Belmont – Isaiah Reese (2 rush TD, 66 rush yards, 6-for-9 passing, 56 pass yards), Michael Kitto (TD run, 72 yards on 12 carries), Hutch Haskins (28 rush yards on 7 carries, 2-point conversion run)

Highlights: The Sachems held a 7-6 lead early in the third quarter, but Reese ran in two touchdowns during that frame and Haskins scored a two-point conversion to help the Eagles remain undefeated. Kitto scored a 3 yard touchdown in the first quarter to give Gilford-Belmont a 6-0 halftime lead.

Records: Gilford-Belmont 5-0; Laconia 1-4

Concord 49, Rutland, Vt. 6

Key players: Concord – Eli Bahuma (3 rush TDs), Divon Duncan (TD run, TD catch), Zack Doward (TD pass), Nathan Galbraith (rush TD), Theo Schneible (rush TD), Jacob Plante (7-for-7 kicking extra points)

Highlights: Bahuma’s 19 yard touchdown at the end of the first quarter gave the Tide a 14-6 lead and D-I’s top rusher scored twice more in the second quarter to lead Concord to a 35-6 halftime lead. 

Records: Concord 4-1

John Stark 42, Hollis-Brookline 12

Highlights: The Generals won their first game of the season against the Cavaliers.

Records: John Stark 1-4; Hollis-Brookline 1-4

Inter-Lakes-Moultonborough 15, Kearsarge 6

Key players: ILM – Noah Salamanca (TD run), TJ Bailey (TD run); Kearsarge – John Fraioli (TD run)

Highlights: Fraioli’s 55 yard touchdown run in the third quarter put the Cougars within striking distance (8-6), but Bailey punched in a 1 yarder with 48 seconds left to secure the Lakers’ victory. Salamanca’s 21 yard TD run was the only scoring in the first half.

Records: ILM 2-3; Kearsarge 2-3

Field Hockey

John Stark 3, Hanover 0

Key players: John Stark – Courtney Cranshaw (goal, assist), Caylin Worthen (goal, assist), Olivia Worthen (goal), Jillian Fredette (assist), Aubrey Fischer (midfield), Lauryn Guevin (midfield), Jackie O’Donnell (defense), Adie Bolduc (defense)

Highlights: The Generals dominated the first three quarters and had 19 corners, but were stuck down by a dominant Hanover defense. Stark adjusted its corners in the fourth and converted on three of its five corners in the final frame.

Coach’s quote: “Proud of how the girls stuck with the plan and kept up with the high intensity pressure we were putting on Hanover. We finally solved the Bears’ corner defense in the fourth quarter and exploited something we have been strong in all season. Great team effort.” – John Stark’s Dennis Pelletier

Records: John Stark 10-0; Hanover 4-3

Merrimack Valley 4, Pembroke 0

Key players: MV – Amanda Parrotto (2 goals), Alyssa Brodeur (goal), Kalee Keyser (goal), Abbey Thompson (midfield), Lauren Bailey (midfield), Kaiya Mercier (midfield); Pembroke – Treic Thomas-Guerzon (defense), Zoie Wall (midfield)

Highlights: Both teams had chances to score in the first half, but Keyser put the Pride on the board with a goal off a rebound with under two minutes to go until halftime and MV exploded for three goals in the fourth quarter. Parrotto found the back of the net twice, both times off a rebound from the goalie pads. Brodeur received the ball in open space behind the Pembroke defense, which led to a 1-on-1 with the goalie. Brodeur slipped it between the pads with 13 seconds left on the clock.

Coach’s quote: “I was really proud of the way the girls finished the game. We put a big emphasis on capitalizing on rebounds in the circle this week. It was great to see them execute. This was a whole team win this afternoon.” – MV’s Jennifer Colgan

Records: MV 5-5-0; Pembroke 4-6-1

Derryfield 3, Bow 1

Key players: Bow – Maia Kimball (goal), Alex Larrabee (assist)

Records: Derryfield 7-3-0; Bow 2-6-1

Newfound 1, Bishop Brady 0

Key players: Newfound – Mattison Douville (goal)

Highlights: Douville scored on a penalty stroke with 6:58 remaining in the first quarter.

Records: Newfound 8-2; Bishop Brady 4-5

Golf

Concord 196, Nashua South 229, Merrimack 238

Key players: Concord – Gavin Richardson (37), Carl Sirrianna (39), Brett McDonough (39), Keller Ramshaw (40), Noah Chrabolowski (41)

Highlights: Richardson earned medalist honors in the Tide’s final home match of the season at Concord Country Club. The Tide have one more match on Monday before the Oct. 13 Division I championship at Bretwood Golf Course.

Records: Concord 20-2; South 6-16; Merrimack 0-21

Boys’ Soccer

Coe-Brown 5, Sanborn 0

Key players: Coe-Brown – Sam Drake (2 goals), Sawyer Conway (goal), Hugh Hamilton (goal), Brady Kouchoukos (goal, 2 assists), Ryan Kouchoukos (assist), Nate Ford (assist)

Highlights: The score was 1-0 for some time into the first half until Brady Kouchoukos scored a beautiful 18-foot header off a cross from Ford.

Coach’s quote: “Our whole team put together a good performance today. We wanted to reduce the amount of opportunities Sanborn had on the attack and our defense worked together well to do that successfully. We’re continuing to build a foundation for what we want to achieve by the end of regular season: having the experience, quality, and adaptability to compete with any team. We have more work to do, but if the fellas stay committed it will continue to be exciting going forward.” – Coe-Brown’s Christian Gompert

Records: Coe-Brown 7-2-1; Sanborn 2-6-2

Girls’ Soccer

Hillsboro-Deering 3, Monadnock 2

Key players: H-D – Hannah Edwards (2 goals), Emily Howell (goal, assist), Callia Card (assist)

Highlights: The Hillcats trailed 2-0 at halftime after the Huskies controlled the first 40 minutes, but H-D scored three goals in the second half to secure the win.

Coach’s quote: “I am really proud of the way my girls stepped up and played their positions the way they knew they could in the second half. This was a very rewarding game.” – H-D’s Makayla Savoy

Records: H-D 4-4-0; Monadnock 4-4-1

Hopkinton 2, Derryfield 1

Key players: Hopkinton – Katie Brown (goal, assist), Lizz Holmes (goal, assist), Maddie Carmichael (7 saves), Lexi Lawler (defense)

Highlights: The Hawks played the Cougars in Derryfield’s homecoming – a much closer match than when Hopkinton hosted Derryfield a week ago in the Hawks’ homecoming match (Hopkinton won that game, 4-0).

Coach’s quote: “The intensity from the Derryfield fans really played a part in the way our girls played today. We had a great first half in possession and shots, but, other than our second-half goal, we were on the defensive quite a bit. Derryfield did a good job making some midfield adjustments that we struggled with a bit.” – Hopkinton’s Mike Zahn

Records: Hopkinton 6-2-2; Derryfield 5-5-0

Boys’ Cross Country

Trinity 37, Mascenic 70, Hollis-Brookline 80, John Stark 109, Belmont 128, Bishop Brady 146, Profile 171, Laconia 172

Key players: John Stark – Eli Lemire (2nd, 18:04), Alex Keirstead (12th, 19:28), Jack Barnes (18th, 19:57), Austin Patenaude (42nd, 22:15), Hunter Lambert (49th, 23:14); Belmont – Wyatt Divers (15th, 19:36), Baidyn Lewis (25th, 20:18), Brayden Townsend (28th, 20:53); Bishop Brady – Jorge Guerra (26th, 20:24), Brody Palmateer (30th, 21:02)

Highlights: Stark’s Lemire clocked an 18:04 on the 5,145-meter course at Belmont High School – 17 seconds behind the winner Ryan Burgher of Hollis-Brookline – to finish second at the Jeri Blair Invitational. Lemire led the Generals to fourth out of eight scoring teams (12 total).

Girls’ Cross Country

Mascenic 17, John Stark 63, Hollis-Brookline 85, Belmont 100, Trinity 125, Prospect Mountain 151, Campbell 159

Key players: John Stark – Rylee Barnard (5th, 23:05), Kayla Barriere (6th, 23:10), Izabel Korbet (11th, 23:38), Rachel Berube (23rd, 25:22), Natalie Smith (30th, 26:12); Belmont – Alyssa Edgren (9th, 23:31), Rebekah Edgren (10th, 23:34), Adeline Takantjas (20th, 25:20); Bishop Brady – Alyssa LaValley (18th, 25:02), Elizabeth McKinney (22nd, 25:22)

Highlights: The Generals were led by a pair of freshman as Stark finished second out of seven scoring teams (12 total) at the Jeri Blair Invitational hosted by Belmont. Mascenic’s Erin O’Shea was the first runner to finish the 5,145-meter course (in 21:40), leading the Vikings to a sweep of the top four places.




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