Regional volleyball, soccer and field hockey scores

Girls’ volleyball

Coe-Brown 3,
ConVal 0

Highlights: The Bears were flawless receiving the serve and many players contributed to the 23 aces and 19 kills tallied throughout the game en route to their fourth straight victory.

Coach quote: “It was a complete team effort tonight. Everyone contributed to our success on the pitch with many players playing in multiple positions throughout the game. This highlights their individual flexibility and the flexibility of the team. Players work hard to develop as full players with a full set of skills. It really pays off as we head into the end of the season and the playoffs. – Renee Zobel of Coe-Brown

Recordings: Coe-Brown 12-2; ConVal 3-9

Gilford 3,
John Stark 0

Highlights: The Eagles dominated the Generals in a rematch of last year’s Division II championship game.

Recordings: Gilford 11-1; John stark 8-6

Boys Football

Concorde 4,
Merrimack 1

Key players: Concorde – Alejo Caceres (2 goals, assist), Jacque Tunguru (2 goals), Ben Hughes (assist), Max Leahy (5 saves)

Highlights: Concord played some of their best football games of the season on senior night, leading 1-0 at halftime and 2-0 with 10 minutes remaining. Merrimack cut the deficit in half with a strong counterattack, but Tide ended the game two goals behind.

Coach quote: “We played some of our best football of the year. The movement of passes and balls was constant throughout the game. We’ve created lots of chances and clicked in all areas of the game. We’re starting to peak at the right time of the season. – Scott Dunlop of Concord

Recordings: Concorde 10-3-1; Merrimack 3-10-1

Kearsarge 5, New 0

Key players: Kearsarge – Matthew Carr (2 goals), Dylan Selby (2 goals), Toby MacLeod (goal)

Highlights: Carr and Selby both had solid finishes to bring Kearsarge to halftime 2-0. Selby and Carr both found the back of the net in the second half, along with MacLeod.

Coach quote: “It was a great senior night for the teams and families. The team had the ball very well and created some great goals. It was a great victory to move us forward to the playoffs. – Matt Burch from Kearsarge

Recordings: Kearsarge 9-4-1; New 6-8-0

Football Girls

John Stark 2, Coe Brown 1, OT

Key players: John stark – Madison Porth (goal), Makayla Pellerin (goal), Melody Couturier (assist); Coe Brown – Somer Loto (goal), Abby Franke

Coach quote: “It was a good win for Stark, who has gotten used to repositioning players, but you have to hand it over to Coe-Brown. They are very cohesive and really listen to Coach Hill and adapt quickly. For such a young team, this will be a team to watch over the next couple of years. “- Chris Pike from John Stark

Recordings: John stark 8-3-2; Coe Brown 3-4-2

Concord 4, Merrimack 3

Key players: Concorde – Avery Fitcher (3 goals), Mary Martinson (goal, 2 assists), Caley Nault (assist), Abby Dickson (assist)

Highlights: Le Tide broke through Merrimack’s offside trap to score two goals in the first half and extend their lead to 4-0 early in the second. The Tomahawks scored three goals in the final 15 minutes of the game to make it interesting.

Coach quote: “Our girls played very well for 65 minutes tonight, but didn’t finish the whole game. We played well, but we have to stay tuned the whole game. As we approach the final week of the season, I think our girls are ready for this and for making a playoff push. “- Andrew Mattarazzo of Concord

Recordings: Concorde 11-3-0; Merrimack 5-7-1

Kearsarge 1, Conant 0

Key players: Kearsarge – Caroline Camp (goal), Ellie Scharpf (assist), Thea Spanos, Estelle Chmura, Ella Stocker

Highlights: The Cougars controlled much of the game in the first half, but an excellent goalie and Orioles defense kept Kearsarge off the board until Camp broke through with a great pass from Scharpf, beating several defenders to score. Conant stepped up his offense and pressure in the second half, but the Cougars midfielder held on.

Coach quote: “The first half we played exceptionally, seeing good passes, creating lots of opportunities and really controlling the game. The second half was not our best. , but we stood up to the pressure and kept our heads. – Dave Smith from Kearsarge

Recordings: Kearsarge 9-4; Conant 3-11

Field hockey

Bishop Brady 4, Stevens 0

Key players: Bishop Brady – Libbey Hicks (3 goals, assist), Madison Noel (goal), Mieke Rentsch (2 assists)

Highlights: The Giants got 18 penalty corners compared to four for Stevens and controlled most of the game. Hicks contributed in every goal, assisting Noel’s goal in the first quarter, scoring one goal in the third and two in the fourth.

Coach quote: “The team continues to work with the playoffs in sight. – Bishop Brady’s Kelly Owen

Recordings: Bishop Brady 11-3-0; Stevens 8-4-1

Merrimack Valley 7, Pelham 1

Key players: MV – Abby Forbes (2 goals, assist), Kalee Keyser (3 goals, assist), Amanda Parotto (goal, assist), Julianne Guertin (goal), Kaiya Mercier (assist), Taylor Gionet (6 saves), Emily Thomas (defense)

Highlights: Pelham scored 11 minutes into the game, but Forbes tied the game on a Keyser cross with 31 seconds left in the first quarter. Pride scored seven unanswered goals, adding three in the second quarter and three more in the third. The win ends MV’s regular season, which ended with a three-game winning streak to secure the Division II playoff final.

Coach quote: “I’m so proud of the way the girls played today. They make the effort to focus on the little things, which gives us the opportunity to capitalize on the big things. They played aggressively and with a sense of urgency for 60 minutes of field hockey. – Jen Colgan from the MV

Recordings: MV 5-9; Pelham 2-12

Kennett 1, Arc 0

Highlights: The Eagles scored with 7:55 left and the Falcons couldn’t capitalize on scoring opportunities, despite having a good game in their regular season final. Bow will likely play on the road in Tuesday’s Division II preliminary round.

Recordings: Kennett 9-4-1; Bow 6-8-0


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