High schools: Results from Tuesday and Wednesday

Published: 09-21-2023 12:55 AM

Field Hockey

John Stark 2, Oyster River 1

Key players: John Stark – Jillian Fredette (goal, assist), Olivia Worthen (goal), Caylin Worthen (assist), Edie Fischer (9 saves on 9 shots), Hailey Brisson (defense), Adie Bolduc (defense)

Highlights: Each team scored first quarter goals in a fast-paced start. Fredette’s goal in the second gave the Generals the lead. Stark had a handful of scoring chances in the second half that just missed the mark and the defense held off a frantic run by the Bobcats run late, spearheaded by Fischer’s amazing run of saves to close out the win.

Coach’s quote: “Good game today with a great pace. We played frantically at times, getting out of what we do best. Oyster River is a very good team and this was definitely a quality win for us.” – John Stark’s Dennis Pelletier

Records: John Stark 6-0; Oyster River 5-2

Exeter 2, Concord 1, OT

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Key players:  Concord – Lilly Merrill (goal), Alison Dupuis (assist), Nadia Hanna (defense), Emma Pelletier (defense), Deeqo Hussein (goalie)

Coach’s quote: “We were pleased to get on the board first and lead Exeter 1-0 throughout the first half. And then to take the game into overtime was very exciting. The players never gave up. And congratulations to Exeter for coming up big in overtime and for an exciting game.” – Concord’s Nicole Armaganian

Records: Exeter 6-1; Concord 4-2

Gilford 3, Bishop Brady 0

Key players: Bishop Brady – Ava Archambault (12 saves)

Highlights: The Eagles scored a goal in the second quarter with 51 seconds remaining until halftime. Gilford scored two goals in the fourth quarter to wrap up the victory.

Coach’s quote: “Gilford had a strong defensive game which bogged us down in the offensive area of the field. With some takeaways from today we will regroup and move forward to our next opponent.” – Bishop Brady’s Kelly Owen

Records: Gilford 6-1; Bishop Brady 4-1

Hopkinton 4, St. Thomas 2

Key players: Hopkinton – Ryan Barrett (3 goals), Aurelia Salce (goal), Anika Hudak-Hall (assist)

Coach’s quote: “We did a great job pulling together as a team. Girls stepped up when the team needed them and I am very proud of this group.” – Hopkinton’s Kate Hohenberger

Records: Hopkinton 4-2; St. Thomas 1-5

Golf

Souhegan 96, Coe-Brown 76, Lebanon 75, Stevens 67

Key players: Coe-Brown – Joe Fenton (21), Liam Marquette (20), Alex Myslinsky (18), Gilbert Bean (17)

Records: Souhegan 11-0; Coe-Brown 13-3; Lebanon 9-10; Stevens 8-7

Bishop Brady 83, Pelham 72, ConVal 45

Key players: Bishop Brady – Mady Savary (24), Cam Fortier (24), Cam O’Rourke (21), Bronson Taylor (14)

Highlights: Savary and Fortier tied for medalist honors as the Giants swept a tri-match at Crotched Mountain Golf Course.

Coach’s quote:  “Really proud of the improvement of the whole team. Everyone improved from the first match playing here.” – Bishop Brady’s Jason Bird

Records: Bishop Brady 12-5; Pelham 6-5; ConVal 1-15

Boys’ Soccer

Bedford 4, Concord 0

Key players: Concord – Matthew Jenness (12 saves), Nicholas D’Agostino (defense), Jeremy Malette (defense), Bronson Becker (midfield)

Highlights:  The Bulldogs led 2-0 at halftime and added two more goals in the final 10 minutes of the match.

Coach’s quote:  “A solid effort against a top team.” – Concord’s Scott Dunlop

Records: Bedford 5-2; Concord 2-4

Bow 5, Trinity 2

Key players: Bow – Elijah Modzeleski (2 goals), Luke Hartshorn (goal, assist), Anthony Ray (goal), Colby Smith (goal), James Green (assist), Eli Berrigan (assist)

Coach’s quote: “A solid result to get back into the win column after a couple of tough games last week. We used this game as an opportunity to test out several different lineups and positions. Two late goals conceded on a corner and a penalty kick made the scoreline seem closer than the game would suggest.” – Bow’s Josh Smith

Records: Bow 4-1-1; Trinity 1-4-0

Girls’ Soccer

Coe-Brown 3, Oyster River 1

Key players: Coe-Brown – Jennifer Noni (goal), Ellie Escabi (goal), Abbey Franke (goal), Alyviah Blad (assist), Maggie Escabi (midfield), Somer Loto (forward), Lily Wolf (midfield), Katie Pease (2 saves), Sadie Scruton (4 saves)

Highlights: Noni scored in the second minute to put the Bears up 1 -0. Ellie Escabi cleaned up a rebound on a shot from Loto to give Coe-Brown a 2-1 lead in the second half. Franke finished a header on a corner kick from Blad to round out the scoring. Pease and Scruton combined for the shutout in net.

Coach’s quote: “This was a big win for us moving forward and trying to get games in with the weather playing havoc with the schedule. Oyster River is a disciplined team and they don’t give you many opportunities to score so we needed to convert, and the girls were terrific today. It was a total team effort for a big win.” – Coe-Brown’s  Josh Hils

Records: Coe-Brown 4-2-0; Oyster River 4-1-2

Hollis-Brookline 3, John Stark 1

Key players: John Stark – Elizabeth Hatfield (goal), Makayla Pellerin (assist), Lexi Boudreau (12 saves)

Coach’s quote: “Today we played a very talented Hollis-Brookline team. Losing often provides a better education than winning, so we are looking forward to taking our observations from this match and making adjustments for our future matches. I am proud of the girls for working hard until the end.” – John Stark’s Eddie Marceau

Records: Hollis-Brookline 6-0; John Stark 5-1

Bishop Brady 4, Hillsboro-Deering 0

Key players: Bishop Brady – Luiza Detweiller (2 goals), Natalie Brooks (2 goals)

Highlights: The Giants faced a tough H-D defense on the road. The Hillcats turned away most of the 25 shots Brady put on goal, but the Giants converted on enough of them to come away with the victory.

Records: Bishop Brady 2-3-1; H-D 0-7-0

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