Tuesday’s high schools: Field hockey, golf, soccer, cross country and volleyball results

Published: 09-20-2023 12:44 AM

Field Hockey

Bow 2, Pelham 0

Key players: Bow – Ella Gray (goal), Kaylee Jacques (goal), Maia Kimball (assist), Sabrina Bernard (defense), Madelyn Hebert (defense)

Highlights: The first half was scoreless and the scoreboard stayed that way until the Falcons netted a goal midway through the the fourth quarter. Bow wrapped up the scoring with one minute left in the match.

Coach’s quote: “It was our slowest, ugliest game, but finished the job scoring two goals in the fourth.” – Bow’s Sarah Vaughn

Records: Bow 4-3-0; Pelham 4-3-1

Golf

Kearsarge 77, Bishop Brady 72, John Stark 58, Sanborn 47

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Key players: Kearsarge – Owen Blood (37), Alex Tockman (44), Eli Gray (44), Charlie Reeve (46), Andrew Cushing (49);Bishop Brady – Cam Fortier (39), Mady Savary (43), Aiden Boule (46), Peyton Cone (49); John Stark – Landon Duclos (46), Lucas Gagnon (46), Zack Fredette (49)

Highlights: The Cougars swept a four-team meet at Lake Sunapee Country Club.

Coach’s quote:  “It was the team’s best effort to date and it came at a crucial time in the season, bringing (Kearsarge’s) record to .500.” – Kearsarge’s Bubba Williams

Records: Kearsarge 7-7; Bishop Brady 10-5; John Stark 3-13; Sanborn 1-8

Boys’ Soccer

Coe-Brown 6, Sanborn 1

Coach’s quote: “Our guys are coming off a difficult few days, so it’s nice to get back on the field and compete together. We had a small handful of players we called up to fill some vacant spots, so it was nice to see them get some quality time on the field.” – Coe-Brown’s Christian Gompert

Records: Coe-Brown 4-2; Sanborn 0-6

Hopkinton 9, Monadnock 0

Key players: Hopkinton – Owen Wuellenweber (2 goals, assist), Avery Condon (2 goals), Nolan Linstad (goal), Abram Standefer (goal), Noah Aframe (goal), Kristof Cauley (goal), Fin Murphy (2 assists), Liam O’Brien (assist), Colby Boissy (save)

Highlights:  Six different players scored the Hawks, as they got on the board earlier and often. Among those goals was Standefer’s first career goal – a skilled side netting finish from distance that Wuellenweber laid off nicely. Louca also put in some hardworking minutes, running hard at both outside back and forward. Travis Windhurst and Reed Dewitt both put in good work on defense to earn the shutout. 

Records: Hopkinton 6-1; Monadnock 0-7

Girls’ Soccer

Merrimack Valley 1, ConVal 1

Key players: MV – Sydney Bailey (goal), Hannah Verville (5 saves), Jules Palhof

Highlights: MV started out strong and had many chances on net the whole game, but lost its shape a bit in the second half, resulting in ConVal’s goal.

Coach’s quote: “The amount of times we hit the posts in this game might have been a world record. So many props to the ConVal goalkeeper who made many saves when we were able to shoot away from the posts. The girls worked really hard all game.” – MV’s Kylee Yam

Records: MV 4-0-1; ConVal 2-3-2

Hopkinton 8, Monadnock 2

Key players: Hopkinton – Keegan St. Cyr (4 goals, assist), Katie Brown (2 goals, assist), Liz Holmes (goal, assist), Abi Hotten Somer (goal), ; Belle Serzans (assist), Sarah Chodosh (assist), Annie Morrall (assist), Avery Loew (6 saves), Ally Duval (strong defense), Izzy Afflerbach (smart midfield play) 

Records: Hopkinton 6-1; Monadnock 3-4

Girls’ Cross Country

Keene 28, Concord 29

Key players: Concord – Chloe Gudas (4th, 21:01), Shelly Smith (5th, 21:24), Morgan Doherty (6th, 21:32), Bella Komorek (9th, 22:14), Quinn Doherty (10th 22:28), Gianna Gualtieri (11th, 22:36)

Highlights: Concord narrowly fell to Keene in a tri-meet. Monadnock did not have enough runners to score.

Girls’ Volleyball

Mascoma 3, Hillsboro-Deering 0

Key players: H-D – Mackenna Goulette (4 kills, extremely vocal during play), Eve Erickson (3 kills, 2 aces), Emilia Eggers (2 blocks, 2 touches, 1 ace

Highlights: The Royals swept the Hillcats, winning every set 25-16.

Records: Mascoma 3-1; H-D 0-5

St. Thomas 3, Winnisquam 0

Key players: Winnisquam – Loralie Nelson (8 digs), Caiden Carter (2 kills, 4 digs), Shayla Jordan (2 digs, 2 aces), Alyse Damato (3 kills), Bella Dill (7 assists)

Highlights: The Saints swept the Bears, 25-21, 25-14, 25-7, on Monday night.

Coach’s quote: “We were missing two players and struggled to generate enough offense against St. Thomas.” – Winnisquam’s Mike Livernois

Records: St. Thomas 2-3; Winnisquam 2-4

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