High schools: Kearsarge boys’ tennis advances to semis, Bow drops in quarters

Published: 05-27-2024 2:14 AM

D-III Boys’ Tennis

No. 2 Kearsarge 7, No. 7 Profile 2

Key players: Kearsarge – Liam Miller (singles and doubles wins), Eli Whipple (singles and doubles wins), Billy Reid (singles win), Thomas Shepherd (singles win), Rylan Fitzgerald (singles win)

Highlights: The Cougars advanced to the Division III semifinals after defeating the Patriots at home. Kearsarge will host No. 3 St. Thomas in Tuesday’s semifinal.

Records: Kearsarge 14-1; Profile 8-7

D-II Boys’ Tennis

No. 6 Winnacunnet 6, No. 3 Bow 3

Highlights: The Falcons’ season came to an end in the Division II quarterfinals, losing at home to the Warriors. Winnacunnet had a 4-2 lead through singles play.

Records: Winnacunnet 10-5; Bow 11-4

Boys’ Lacrosse

Spaulding 10, Hillsboro-Deering/John Stark 7

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Key players: HDJS – Miller Twombly (3 goals), CeJay Noiles (2 goals), Parker Hamel (10 saves in first varsity start), Cooper Twombly (faceoffs)

Highlights: HDJS was shorthanded for its final game of the season, but battled hard in one of its better games.

Coach’s quote: “The coaches are so proud of this group. We may not have grabbed the wins we had hoped for, but the young kids on this team really battled. No quit in them. The kids have a bright future and this experience will be invaluable to them.” = HDJS’s Howie Roever

Records: Spaulding 2-14; HDJS 0-14