Merrimack High School Highlights

BOYS SOCCER

Oct. 17: Pinkerton 2,
Merrimack 0

TEAM RECORDS: Merr 6-7-1, Pink 10-4. GOALIE SAVES: Mike Guess made two saves for Merrimack. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Brodie Stice and Steve Sexton both played well in the loss.

Oct. 22: Merrimack 3, Nashua North 0

TEAM RECORDS: Mer 7-7-1, NN 4-10-1. SCORING: M – Owen Tracy, Matt Coburn and Dylan Richardson each had a goal. James Oswald and Romiro Larregan both recorded an assist. GOALIE SAVES: M – Austin Thompson two. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Seniors Brody Stice, Mike Conlin, Taber Yim, Andrew Birch and Oswald all played great on senior night.

FIELD HOCKEY

Oct. 17: Merrimack 4, Nashua North 0

TEAM RECORDS: Mer 7-6-1; NN 3-10-1. SCORING: M – Laura Peltak goal (first, 24:07); Cassie Smith goal (second, 28:41); Callie Dwyer goal (second, 23:12); Smith goal (seconds 0:17). GOALIE SAVES: M – Mackenzie Hennas five. NN – Jessice Schuyler 19.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Oct. 17: Merrimack 3, Pinkerton 0

TEAM RECORDS: Merr 13-2, Pink 10-5. GAME SCORES: 25-20, 25-17, 25-22. STATS LEADERS: Jen Coffey 16 service points, six blocks, 11 digs, and 15 kills; Jo Coffey 10 digs, 28 assists; Christie Roy two blocks, seven digs, and 8 kills; Lianna Klinger 14 digs.

Oct. 21: Merrimack 3, Nashua North 1

TEAM RECORDS: M 14-2, NN 12-5. GAME SCORES: 24-26, 25-11, 25-15, 25-16. STATS LEADERS: M – Jen Coffey, 20 kills, three blocks, 13 digs; Jo Coffey, 22 service points, 18 digs, 43 assists; Christie Roy, four blocks, 10 digs, 13 kills; Elise Jolly, five blocks, seven digs, 11 kills; Caitlyn Paulson, 17 points, 14 digs. NN – Erica Vendituoli, nine points, four kills, 37 digs; Taylor Choate, 17 points, 12 kills, two blocks.

GIRLS SOCCER

Oct. 22: Merrimack 1, Nashua North 0

TEAM RECORDS: Mer 10-4-2, NN 6-5-4. SCORING: M – Dena Noiseux scored the game’s only goal off an assist from Hannah Provencher. GOALIE SAVES: M – Lauren Goodspeed 10. GAME CHANGER: A header by Merrimack’s Sianna Gakis helped keep North from scoring in the second half. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: The Tomahawks got standout performances from midfielder Keegan Burch, stopper Kate Stellar and defensive backs Meghan Pinkham, Katlyn Eckert, Jessica Bulow, Shannon Healey and Abby Smith.