High School Scoreboard
Sept. 4: Milford 7, ConVal 0
Led by a Cora Rogers’ hat trick, Milford coasted to a 7-0 win over ConVal.
Nicole McMorrow scored one goal and assisted on another, while Meredith Recks, Lauren Dishong and Lexi Varestraete chipped in with one goal each for the Spartans (2-0).
Defensively, Erin Tyrrell had a strong game, as did Meghan Marshall in the midfield. Lilly Erdody earned the shutout in net.
Sept. 3: Spartans
Milford shot 207 as a team but came up just short against Trinity (200) and Goffstown (201).
Weston Pare led the Spartans (4-3) with a 40 while Evan Ryan and Hunter Hoffman each had a 41. Nick Cauley added a 42 and Ben Lopez shot 43.
Sept. 4: HB 2, Milford 0
Jonathan Brackett and Joe Brown scored one minute apart midway through the first half to help the Cavaliers to their first win of the season.
Dale Jacobs and Sam Hall chipped in with assists, while Nick Wood earned his first career shutout in a very tough and competitive match against the Spartans.
Sept. 3: Milford 2,
The Spartans picked up their first win of the season by beating the Grizzlies. Alli Ciardelli scored both goals with Anna Norford picking up an assist.
Sept. 8: Souhegan 3, St. Thomas 0
Kaylyn Forest, Abby Cranney and Gwen Hale all scored for the Sabers while Erica Cheries had two assists. Maddie Maurais had five saves in goal for the Sabers, now 2-1.
Sept. 4: Souhegan 4,
The Sabers (1-1) managed to erase an early two-goal defecit and a late one-goal defecit, pulling off the dramatic victory over Goffstown.
Keelan MacKenzie scored Souhegan’s first goal in the 34th minute, and teammate Hamsa Ewiess tied up the score with a goal in the 55th minute.
After Goffstown responded with a goal of their own, substitute Nick Scavetta buried a goal on a nice cross from Luke Berry. Five minutes later, Berry netted the eventual game-winner.
The Sabers may not have been in that position if not for the play of goalie Will Facques, who stopped 14 Goffstown shots.
Sept. 8: Souhegan 5,
The Sabers (2-1) got three goals from Josh Anson, while Collin Titus and Mason Young added one each. . Saber assists were by Lucas Bellapanni, Ely Marciano, Luke Berry and Keelan MacKenzie. Russ Lippit scored late in the game for the Spartans, assisted by Sam Claire..
Will Facques had three saves in the Souhegan goal while Chris Pevere had 11 for the Spartans (0-3).
Sept. 4: Souhegan 1,
Windham 1 (OT)
The Sabers played their third straight overtime contest, this time finishing in a tie with Windham. Souhegan is now 1-1-1 on the young season.
Hannah Chick scored Souhegan’s goal in the first minute of the game, but the Sabers weren’t able to convert any of their other 21 shots.
Emma Estabrook had a great game defensively, helping out goalie Makayla LaChance, who stopped eight shots.
Sept. 4: Newmarket 5,
After a convincing eight-goal victory to start the season, the Warriors have now dropped two straight, this time falling to Newmarket.
Naomi Wight had a solid game for Wilton up front, generating some scoring opportunities for her teammates.