Roundup of JV and middle school results and local sports news announcements

Monitor staff
Published: 9/23/2020 11:33:38 AM

Sarah Lavigne and Jessica Chamberlain each scored a goal as the Bow JV girls’ soccer team beat Hopkinton, 2-0. Meredith Ryan added an assist for the Falcons while backs Kendall Murray, Makayla Trudel and Rachel Pelletier controlled play in front of keeper Bridget Hilton.

■Taylor Lamb scored two goals as the Concord JV field hockey team opened its season with an impressive offensive performance. Kayla Taylor and Aidah Smalley also scored for the Crimson Tide while Greta Norton controlled the defensive end.

■Treic Thomas-Guerzon and Emily St. Onge anchored the defense for the Pembroke Academy JV field hockey team, and Natalie Longacre and Meredith Kiander played well in the midfield as the Spartans played to a 0-0 tie with John Stark.

Middle school results

Luke Hartshorn had a goal and two assists as the Bow Middle School boys’ soccer team beat Hopkinton, 5-0. Tommy Tsouros (goal, assist), Carter Weiss (goal, assist), Ethan Anderson (goal), Kody McCranie (goal), Will Bennett (defense), Keenan Hubbard (defense) and Jake Reardon (goalie) all played well for Bow.

■Kennedy Mark scored and Madi Zahn, Reese Bove and goalie Paige Boudette all played well for the Hopkinton Middle School girls’ soccer team, but the Hawks lost to Bow, 4-1.

■The Bow Middle School field hockey team beat Hopkinton, 9-1. Kelsey Sullivan scored the only goal for the Hawks, who also got good games from Emily DeSorbo and Autumn Meier.

Youth hockey results

Elite Door of New England Concord Capitals battled to a 6-5 loss to the Manchester Flames on Sunday. Goals came from Zach McCoy scored three goals for Concord while Gavin Currier and Finn Brown scored one each. John Thomas, McCoy and Nick Martel all collected assists and Brady Cloutier had a strong showing in goal for his half of the game.

■The Concord Capitals LeBreton Steele 11U team faced off against the Militia Hockey Club out of Massachusetts. The Caps got goals from Isabelle LeBreton and Chase Thomas, an assist from Ethan Herrick and strong defense from Parker Lamb, Atley Rollins and Thomas Mason.

Isabella LeBreton scored unassisted and Payton Cone played well in net, but the Concord Capitals LeBreton Steele 11U team lost to the Wachusett Wolf Pack 11U team.

Golf results

Glen Shattuck and Todd Torrance had the best net score and the second-best gross score at the Member-Member championships at Beaver Meadow Golf Course. Mark Coen and Mark Stevens easily had the best two-round gross score with a 137, seven strokes ahead of Shattuck and Torrance (144). John Beaudoin and Glen Schadlick (149) were third in the gross standings. Shattuck and Torrance finished with a 129 net score to beat out the teams of Mark Bourque and Stephen Quinn (134) and Eddie Collins and Pete Topolosky (135).


FieldHouse Sports in Bow is taking registrations for the next five-week session of Little Strikers soccer skills clinics, for ages 3-6. Clinics meet Saturday mornings or Tuesday afternoons starting Oct. 17 or Oct. 20. Space available in the current session, which is instructional, interactive and fun and follows state safety guidelines. The cost for Mini Strikers (ages 3-4) is $45 and for Little Strikers (ages 5-6) it’s $55. T-shirt is included in the price. Register online at, call 226-4646 or stop in at 12 Tallwood Drive in Bow.

■The Wrestling Officials Apprentice Program starts on Oct. 27 with a virtual meeting from 6-8 p.m. For more information or to pre-register, contact Rick Ross at or 396-8238.

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