Sept. 1: Milford edges
Hollis Brookline
The Spartans and Cavaliers
were tied at 216 but
the Spartans’ sixth man,
Ben Lopez, broke the
stalemate with a 48 at
Apple Hill Golf Course
in East Kingston. Host
Sanborn was third at 231
while John Stark finished
fourth with a 245.
Evan Ryan and Hunter
Hoffman led Milford (4-
1) with a 41 each, while
Weston Pare shot a 43,
Nick Cauley a 44 and
Mitch Lepine, 47.
HB’s Pat MacDonald
was the match medalist
with a 40, while Chris
Cadman fired a 43 and
Jack Shields and Jack
McCloud, 44 each. Chris
Johnson had a 45 for the
Cavs, now 2-4 on the year.
Sept. 1: Coe-Brown 5,
Milford 0
The Spartans suffered a
tough start in their seson
opener despite 10 saves
from goalie Chris Pervere
and good play from Jacob
Wilder at midfield and center
back Mason Mallows.
Sept. 1: Milford 7,
Goffstown 3
Cora Rogers had five
goals while Nicole Mc-
Morrow added two in the
Spartans’ successful season
opener. Lauren Dishong
and Olivia Mabbett
had two assists apiece.
Lilly Erdody had nine
saves in the Spartan net.
Aug. 31: St. Thomas 2,
Souhegan 1
The Saints (1-1) took a 2-0
lead 16 minutes into the
game and the visiting Sabers
were never able to recover
in their season opener.
Erik Richardson scored
Souhegan’s lone goal in the
second half (57th minute)
on a penalty kick.
Will Facques had three
saves in goal for Souhegan,
which visits Goffstown
Friday at 6 p.m.
Aug. 28: Hollis Brookline
2, Souhegan 1
Sydney Brackett scored
a pair of key goals to lift
the Cavaliers to an overtime
victory over Souhegan.
The Sabers got on the
board first when Hannah
Chick netted a goal right
before the end of the first
half. Brackett scored her
first goal after halftime,
and she scored the gamewinner
on a penalty kick
at the end of the first overtime.
Megan Olson played
standout defensive for
the Cavs in front of goalie
Olivia Cleghorn, who
stopped 14 shots. Mikayla
LaChance stopped 10
shots for Souhegan.
Aug. 31: Sunapee 1, WLC 0
Jacob Claire had a superb
game with nine saves
for the host Warriors, but
one got by him in the first
half for the only goal of
the game. Striker Zephyr
Bartlett and midfielder
James Bogdan also played
well for the Warriors, who
fell to 0-2. It was the season
opener for Sunapee.
Aug. 28: WLC 8,
Concord Christian 0
Dani Bird and Abby
LeBlanc each netted a
pair of goals as the Warriors
ran away with the
opening day victory.
All Schwab, Olivia Skelly,
Hannah Kelley and
Emily Toth also scored in
the victory. Maddy Bacon,
Lexi Balam, Naomi Wight
and Megan VanderWoude
provided assists for Wilton.
Cori Balam earned the
shutout in net, stopping
four Concord Christian
Aug. 31: Sunapee 5, WLC 1
The Warriors saw their
record drop to 1-1 as visiting
Sunapee jumped out
to a 3-0 first half lead.
The Warriors’ lone goal
came on Ally Schwab’s direct
kick in the 63rd minute.
Cori Balam had eight
saves for Wilton while
Maddy Bacon played well
at midfield. The Warriors
host Newmarket on Friday.