High schools: Concord golf holds first place in D-I with commanding victory; plus more golf, soccer and field hockey results

Published: 09-22-2023 12:44 AM

Golf

Concord 190, Bishop Guertin 211, Hanover 213, Spaulding 222

Key players: Concord – Gavin Richardson (32), Dave Bourgeois (37), Zach Nelson (39), Carl Sirrianna (41), Bobby Rochford (41), Jordan Dustin (41)

Highlights: Richardson earned medalist honors at Nashua Country Club as the Tide picked up three more decisive victories.

Records: Concord 18-1; Bishop Guertin 7-5; Hanover 11-6; Spaulding 4-12

Bishop Brady 77, Plymouth 64, Kearsarge 61, John Stark 54

Key players: Bishop Brady – Mady Savary (23), Cam Fortier (23), Peyton Cone (16), Alex Pelletier (15); Kearsarge – Andrew Cushing (19), Charlie Reeve (16), Alex Tockman (15), Aiden Deegan (11); John Stark – Zack Fredette (16), Logan Montgomery (15), Lucas Arlen (12), Lucas Gagnon (11)

Highlights: Savary and Fortier shared medalist honors as the Giants swept a four-team match on their home course at Beaver Meadow.

Coach’s quote:  “Everyone is contributing nicely late in the season.” – Bishop Brady’s Jason Bird

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Records: Bishop Brady 15-5; Plymouth 5-7; Kearsarge 8-9; John Stark 3-16

Hopkinton 76, Sunapee 40, Prospect Mountain 38

Key players: Hopkinton – Zach Hopper (medalist, 3-over 38), Bronson Ammann (44), Adam Richter (45), Tate Doolan (48) 

Highlights: The Hawks picked up a pair of victories at Lake Sunapee Country Club.

Coach’s quote: “Hawks took a step closer to securing the final spot for the D-IV tournament.” – Hopkinton’s David Chase

Records: Hopkinton 10-7; Sunapee 5-14; Prospect Mtn. 5-7

Boys’ Soccer

Bishop Brady 8, Farmington-Nute 1

Key players: Bishop Brady – Andrew King (3 goals), Nick Yonaitis (2 goals), Boden Gendron (2 goals), Seamus McIntyre (goal) 

Highlights:  The Giants snapped their four-game losing streak with a commanding win.

Records: Bishop Brady 2-4; Farmington-Nute 0-5

Hopkinton 1, Prospect Mountain 0

Key players: Hopkinton – Owen Wuellenweber (goal), Nate Windhurst (assist), Colby Boissy (4 saves); Prospect Mtn. – Ben Gagnon (9 saves) 

Highlights:  The Hawks hammed the Timberwolves’ net, but the only attempt to find the back of the net was when Wuellenweber volleyed home a throw-in from Windhurst in the 20th minute. 

Coach’s quote:  “Solid win tonight as the Hawks played really nice soccer, with a large time of possession advantage. The continual pressure on the Prospect goal really made it hard for them to mount much of an organized attack against us. Meanwhile, we peppered their goal with shots but (Gagnon) was up to the task, making numerous tough saves. Midfielder Fin Murphy had many quality runs with the ball tonight, creating scoring chances both for himself and others. Center back Mike Pantano did well to direct the defense tonight, anchoring the back line to their third consecutive shutout.” – Hopkinton’s Scott Zipke

Records: Hopkinton 7-1; Prospect Mtn. 3-4

Field Hockey

Stevens 1, Hopkinton 0

Highlights: The Hawks had strong play across the roster, but were shut out by the Cardinals to end Hopkinton’s win streak.

Coach’s quote: “Proud of how hard this team worked. We just fell short tonight. We are still doing really good things and we continue to grow as a team! We are looking forward to this Saturday for our homecoming game.” – Hopkinton’s Kate Hohenberger

Records: Stevens 5-2; Hopkinton 4-3

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