High schools: Hopkinton girls’ soccer, Bow field hockey win big

Published: 08-29-2023 12:12 AM

Girls’ Soccer

Hopkinton 9, Hillsboro-Deering 0

Key players: Hopkinton – Katie Brown (3 goals, assist), Keegan St. Cyr (goal, 2 assists), Avery Chase (goal, assist), Annie Morrall (goal, assist), Julia Chapin (goal), Isabelle Serzans (goal), Kennedy Mark (goal), Sarah Chodosh (2 assists), Ally Duval (assist), Paige Boudette (defense), Anne Pearce (defense), Avery Loew (save, first varsity shutout)

Highlights: The Hawks scored seven goals in the first half and Brown recorded her first varsity hat trick.

Coach’s quote: “First game of the season on a beautiful day on the home field. Girls play confidently to start the season. Great possession in the second half moving the ball around the field.” – Hopkinton’s Mike Zahn

Records: Hopkinton 1-0; H-D 0-2

Bishop Guertin 3, Concord 0

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Highlights: The Tide battled hard in the first half and went into halftime tied 0-0 with the Cardinals.

Coach’s quote: “I thought our girls went out there and did exactly what I asked them to do for the first 40 minutes. They played their tails off and competed with a top team in the division. Short memories and move onto Thursday against Pinkerton.” – Concord’s Andrew Mattarazzo

Records: Bishop Guertin 2-0; Concord 0-1

Field Hockey

Bow 8, Pembroke 0

Key players: Bow – Shire Kelley (3 goals, assist), Ella Gray (3 goals, 2 assists), Josie Johnson (2 goals, assist), Maia Kimball (assist), Sophia Coombs (assist), Cadence Malone (assist), Sabrina Bernard (defense); Pembroke – Annika Jawidzik (several saves in goal)

Highlights: Kelley recorded a hat trick in her first high school game, while Gray, a junior, also netted three goals. The Spartans generated some pressure in the third quarter and had multiple corners, but couldn’t convert any of those chances.

Coach’s quote: “It was exciting to see the girls be aggressive and hungry to score.” – Bow’s Sarah Vaughn

Records: Bow 1-0; Pembroke 0-1

Bishop Brady 4, Conant 0

Key players: Bishop Brady – Carly Fuller (2 goals), Laura Yap (goal, 2 assists), Camdyn Depres (goal), Kimble Rose (assist), Ava Archambault (10 saves), Payton Bryson (strong on defensive corners)

Highlights: Yap played a part in all three first-half goals and Rose assisted on Fuller’s second goal in the fourth quarter to wrap up the scoring.

Coach’s quote: “A nice team win today with ball touches offensively and defensively by 15 of our players. We will continue to grow and learn as we start this new season together.” – Bishop Brady’s Kelly Owen

Records: Bishop Brady 1-0; Conant 0-1

Newport 3, Hopkinton 2

Key players: Newport – Peyton Blaclainton (2 goals), Neveah Caron (goal); Hopkinton – Ryan Barrett (goal), Emma Brock (goal)

Coach’s quote: “I am pleased with how the girls played today. They showed their competitive side and we are ready to build on it. Looking forward to our home opener.” – Hopkinton’s Kate Hohenberger

Records: Newport 1-0; Hopkinton 0-1


Concord 187, Bedford 194, Londonderry 208, Spaulding 211

Key players: Concord – Gavin Richardson (36), Zach Nelson (36), Keller Ramshaw (37), Jordan Dustin (39), Jaden Haas (39)

Highlights:  Senior Richardson and freshman Nelson tied for medalist honors at Passaconaway Country Club as the Tide swept a quad match against some of Division I’s best.

Records: Concord 5-0; Bedford 5-1; Londonderry 4-2; Spaulding 0-3

Bishop Brady 76, Pelham 65, Stevens 65, John Stark 63

Key players: Bishop Brady – Mady Savary (medalist, par 36, 27 points), Cam Fortier (17), Bronson Taylor (16), Cam O’Rourke (16); John Stark – Lucas Gagnon (19), Landon Duclos (16), Zack Fredette (14), Logan Montgomery (14); Stevens – Owen Wilkinson (20); Pelham – Nick Carbone (20)

Highlights:  Savary took advantage of the home course, shooting even par and winning medalist honors for the second consecutive match to open the season. Savary carded a 36, seven strokes better than Wilkinson and Carbone, the co-runner-up. 

Coach’s quote:  “The freshman class at Bishop Brady continues to impress with Savory, Fortier and O’Rourke playing well. Senior Bronson Taylor has been Mr. Consistent so far. Lots of fun, great weather, good golf by all.” – Bishop Brady’s Jason Bird

Records: Bishop Brady 5-1; Pelham 2-1; Stevens 1-2; John Stark 0-5