John Stark 1, Souhegan 1
Key avid gamers: John Stark – Aubrey Fischer (purpose), Lauryn Guevin (help), Jackie O’Donnell (protection), Adie Bolduc (protection), Edie Fischer (4 saves), Caylin Worthen (offense)
Highlights: The Sabres jumped out to an early lead and ruled the primary quarter. John Stark battle again in the second one, however couldn’t end off any probabilities. The Generals tied issues up early in the 3rd on a nook that Aubrey Fischer ripped house on a feed from Guevin. Souhegan had a nook to finish the 3rd and Stark had one to finish the fourth, however each groups simply ignored and neither crew may rating in additional time because the battle of unbeaten groups ended in a draw.
Coach’s quote: “Just a beautiful field hockey game tonight. Glad we got to play it on turf, as it showed the great skill each team possesses. Very proud of our team and their effort.” – John Stark’s Dennis Pelletier
Records: John Stark 10-0-1; Souhegan 10-0-1
Bow 3, Plymouth 1
Key avid gamers: Bow – Josie Johnson (2 objectives), Ella Gray (purpose), Maia Kimball (help)
Records: Bow 3-7-1; Plymouth 2-9-0
Merrimack Valley 3, ConVal 0
Key avid gamers: MV – Grace Thompson (2 objectives), Amanda Parrotto (purpose), Kaiya Mercier (midfield), Kalee Keyser (offense), Alyssa Brodeur (offense), Taylor Gionet (goalie)
Highlights: MV managed the primary part, drawing 5 corners, however may now not in finding the again of the web. Thompson flicked the ball into the highest nook previous the ConVal goalie off a rebound with 6:25 left in the 3rd quarter. Thompson struck once more with a shot deflecting off the put up with 30 seconds left off a go from Brodeur. Parrotto scored mins into the fourth quarter off every other rebound in the circle.
Coach’s quote: “This was a good home win for us this afternoon. We seem to be playing our best offensive field hockey in the second half. We created a lot of offensive opportunities for ourselves today due to great passing patterns, and our forwards and midfield jelling together nicely. We look forward to a competitive end of season.” – MV’s Jennifer Colgan
Records: MV 6-5; ConVal 1-10
Pembroke 3, Kingswood 2, OT
Key avid gamers: Pembroke – Camdyn Despres scored a hat trick. Mollie Wallace and Treic Thomas-Guerzon every had an help.
Highlights: The Knights got here again from a 2-0 deficit and the Spartans had been pressured to play shorthanded in additional time after a penalty, however Despres finished her hat trick on a breakaway (off a lead go from Thomas-Guerzon) to raise Pembroke to a win. Kingswood scored two objectives in the second one part to pressure additional time.
Coach’s quote: “We got off to a great start with lots of energy on our Senior Night, but Kingswood came back strong in the second half. This was a huge game for both teams trying to secure a playoff spot. Pulling out this win puts us in great shape to make the D-II tournament, which hasn’t happened for a long time at PA.” – Pembroke’s Steve Langevin
Records: Pembroke 5-6-1; Kingswood 3-7-1
Merrimack Valley 5, Sanborn 1
Key avid gamers: MV – Gavin Wheeler (3 objectives), Carsyn Perkins (purpose), Joey Olivera (purpose), Bishow Thapa (help), Lucas Godoi (help), Eli Wormald (help), Addo Lakhardi (help)
Highlights: The Pride scored two objectives in the primary 25 mins earlier than Sanborn used to be ready to respond to when MV couldn’t get to an extended throw in. Valley spoke back with two extra earlier than part to make it 4-1. MV performed neatly defensively and had been ready to transport the ball across the again and play in the course of the midfield.
Coach’s quote: “That was a good win for us. We need to clean some things up as we get ready for a huge game against Lebanon under the lights at home.” – MV’s Ken Fuller
Records: MV 7-4-1; Sanborn 2-7-2
Bow 6, Kennett 0
Key avid gamers: Bow – Lexi Insana (purpose, help), Sidney Roberge (purpose, help), Leah Gallier (2 objectives, first varsity objectives, help), Lyndsey LaPerle (purpose), Bella LaPerle (purpose), Marissa Green (help), Bridget Hilton (shutout)
Highlights: Insana hit a pleasing shot from about 25 yards out to start out out the scoring a minute into the fit and Roberge adopted 11 mins later with an excellent shot off the a ways put up.
Coach’s quote: “Girls did a great job moving the ball against a team that man-marked both Bella and Lyndsey and ran a very defensive formation. Good overall team win and great to see Leah get her first varsity goals.” – Bow’s Jay Vogt
Records: Bow 10-1; Kennett 6-6
John Stark 1, ConVal 0
Key avid gamers: John Stark – Meghan Mefford (purpose)
Coach’s quote: “A slow, controlled game going back to basics. Some beautiful play in the middle of field causing turnovers and creating opportunities from Sophia McGinty, Hayleigh Dennis, Haley Stafford and Ava Rivers.” – John Stark’s Chris Pike
Records: John Stark 6-5; ConVal 3-8
Pembroke 2, Coe-Brown 1
Key avid gamers: Pembroke – Ryley Leblanc (2 objectives), Jaylin Ladd (2 assists), Layla Thorne (midfield), MacKenzie Hawkins (protection), KT Armstrong (protection), Laila Al-Shawafi (goalkeeper); Coe-Brown – Lily Wolf (purpose), Jennifer Noni (help), Maggie Escabi (protection), Mary Joy (protection), Somer Loto (ahead and midfield)
Highlights: Pembroke scored in the general minute of the primary part off a nook kick to head up 1-0 and tallied every other purpose off a nook in the forty seventh minute to head up 2-0. The Bears were given at the board overdue in the sport when Loto performed a gorgeous thru ball for Noni, who rifled a left foot shot around the field and Wolf completed at the bottom. Coe-Brown pressed the Spartans’ again line till the general whistle.
Coaches’ quotes: “It’s always a good match against Coe-Brown. I’m so pleased we were able to convert two great opportunities to end the first and begin the second half. We held them off down the stretch and maintained our composure to earn this W.” – Pembroke’s Jess Kaufman Desrochers
“This was another good game we just could not find a way to close. Super proud of the girls playing back-to-back with John Stark and then todafive games. We have to believe in ourselves for 80 minutes of soccer.” – Coe-Brown’s Josh Hils
Records: Pembroke 9-2; Coe-Brown 5-6
Hillsboro-Deering 4, Newport 0
Key avid gamers: H-D – Emily Howell (3 objectives, help), Hannah Edwards (purpose), Emma Donahey (help), Kortni Cate (help)
Highlights: The Hillcats picked up their 3rd instantly victory.
Coach’s quote: “My girls were a little slow and weren’t playing to their full potential, but were still able to finish the ball to shut out Newport. Emily Howell and Kathryn Thyng were very strong in the center to help get the girls where they needed to be. Newport’s goalie did a great job defending the net and had some great saves.” – H-D’s Makayla Savoy
Records: H-D 6-4; Newport 3-8