High schools: Saturday’s hockey results

Concord’s Jaden Haas prepares to fire a shot into the back of the net against Salem on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024 at Everett Arena. Haas scored two goals in the 7-1 victory.

Concord’s Jaden Haas prepares to fire a shot into the back of the net against Salem on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2024 at Everett Arena. Haas scored two goals in the 7-1 victory. CHIP GRIFFIN / Photos By Chip

Published: 02-10-2024 11:58 PM

Boys’ Hockey

Concord 8, Salem 1

Key players: Concord – Dawson Fancher (2 goals, 2 assists), Rowan Arndt (goal, 3 assists), Carter Doherty (3 assists), Jaden Haas (2 goals), Trevor Craigue (goal, assist)

Highlights: Concord jumped out to 2-0 lead after the first and then erupted for five more goals in the second.

Coach’s quote: “We came out strong tonight. Our guys keep stepping up in spite of all our injuries. Everyone contributed tonight. Our guys really played hard.” – Concord’s Dunc Walsh

Records: Concord 11-0-1; Salem 7-6-0

Londonderry 11, Bow 2

Key players: Bow – Billy Smethurst (goal), Brodie O’Neil (goal)

Highlights:  The Falcons held the Lancers in check through one period with a 2-2 tie, but Londonderry scored three goals in the second period and six more in the third.

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Records: Londonderry 12-2-0; Bow 9-6-0

John Stark-Hopkinton/Hillsboro-Deering 7, Sanborn-Epping-Raymond 6, OT

Key players: JSHHD – Lucas Gagnon (3 goals)

Highlights:  Gagnon completed his hat trick two minutes into overtime to lift the General Hawks to the victory, snapping the team’s eight-game losing streak.

Records: JSHHD 2-10; Sanborn-Epping-Raymond 3-10

Belmont-Gilford 2, Hollis-Brookline/Derryfield 1

Key players: BG – Nathan Gerbig (goal), Brendan Folan (goal)

Highlights:  The Bulldogs avenged Monday’s 3-1 loss to Hollis-Brookline/Derryfield with a victory on Saturday. 

Records: BG 11-4-1; HBD 5-8-0

Girls’ Hockey

Oyster River-Portsmouth 7, Bishop Brady-Trinity-Londonderry 0

Key players: BLT – Kacey Yorston (44 saves)

Highlights:  Oyster River-Portsmouth scored three goals in the first period, and two each in the second and third.

Coach’s quote:  “It was a hard fought game dominated by ORP’s speed and BLT’s defense.” – BLT’s Dan Earley

Records: ORP 10-3; BLT 4-8

Boys’ Basketball

Souhegan 51, Coe-Brown 40

Key players: Coe-Brown – Jack Matson (19 points, 6 rebounds), Connor Bagnell (11 points), Quinn Salter (8 points, 6 rebounds)

Coach’s quote:  “Souhegan played an impressive defensive game while Coe-Brown battled for 32 minutes to fall short in the fourth.” – Coe-Brown’s David Smith

Records: Souhegan 7-7; Coe-Brown 11-3

Girls’ Basketball

Pembroke 55, Kennett 34

Key players: Pembroke – Annelise Dexter (28 points), Taylor Renna (11 points), Kate Stephens (8 points); Kennett – Sam Sidoti (16 points)

Highlights: A 21-2 third quarter propelled the Spartans to the win.

Coach’s quote: “The girls really feed off each other and this allows us to go on big runs. We are taking care of the ball and turning other teams over.” – Pembroke’s Steve Langevin

Records: Pembroke 13-1; Kennett 6-8