High schools: Monday’s results

Published: 09-11-2023 11:53 PM

Field Hockey

Concord 3, Nashua North 0

Key players: Concord – Gracen Arndt (2 goals), Lexi Magee (goal)

Highlights: All three Tide goals were scored as a result of corners.

Records: Concord 3-1; Nashua North 0-5

Girls’ Soccer

Merrimack Valley 2, Kennett 1, OT

Key players: MV – Colby Magoon (goal), Izzy Navoy (goal), Sydney Bailey (assist), Calli Gray (defense)

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Highlights: Kennett scored first and early in the game with a beautiful shot from an almost no-angle position. The Pride played with more urgency towards the net, but had trouble shooting with accuracy. Colby’s hustle earned her a penalty kick in the second half to tie the game. Bailey shot a bending ball to the far post in the first 10 minutes of overtime and a touch off Navoy’s boot wrapped up the MV’s victory.

Coach’s quote: “We were a bit on the bus in the first half. The pouring rain made it hard to control possession in the midfield. But we fought back and created many chances. With 32 shots and only one goal, shot placement will surely be our focus in practice. Excited to keep up our winning streak!” – MV’s Kylee Yam

Records: MV 4-0; Kennett 2-2


Concord 187, Hanover 202, Pinkerton 224

Key players: Concord – Gavin Richardson (32), Carl Sirrianna (35), Zach Nelson (39), Alex Pelletier (40), Jaden Haas (41), Jordan Dustin (41)

Highlights: The Crimson Tide took advantage of its home course, posting the three best scores of the round at Concord Country Club to pick up a pair of big victories.

Records: Concord 10-0; Hanover 11-2; Pinkerton 7-6

Coe-Brown 82, Stevens 66, Kearsarge 64

Key players: Coe-Brown – Jack Smith (24 points), Alex Myslinsky (21 points), Joe Fenton (19 points), Hunter Demas (18 points)

Highlights: The Bears picked up a pair of wins against strong D-III teams at Lake Sunapee Country Club.

Records: Coe-Brown 8-2; Stevens 6-6; Kearsarge 4-6


Raymond 46, Franklin 18

Key players: Franklin – Zeke McCoy (112 passing yards, 50 rush yards; interception)

Highlights:  The Golden Tornadoes put some points on the board, but fell in Division IV’s season-opening weekend.

Coach’s quote: “Too many mistakes overshadowed a really well-played game by the Golden Torbados.” – Franklin’s Tim Snow

Records: Raymond 1-0; Franklin 0-1