AMHERST – The Hollis Brookline High School boys soccer team went into halftime Friday knowing it had to do something different.
There were a few more surprises last week in New Hampshire high school football, including Alvirne’s dominating win over Nashua North, which all of the experts picked wrong. Despite that, things got back to normal around here, and this week, there are five games that with unanimous picks: Winnacunnet at Bedford, Londonderry at Nashua North, Manchester Central at Spaulding, Keene at Alvirne and Salem at Pinkerton.
Continue on for the picks.
Taylor Usko scored the game-winning goal five minutes into overtime to lead the Sunapee High School girls soccer team rally from 2-0 to deficit to beat Derryfield 3-2 on Thursday.
AMHERST – Hannah Chick scored a goal and had two assists to help the Souhegan High School girls soccer team to a 3-1 win over Milford on Tuesday in Division II action.
NASHUA – Kiley Deignan scored the only goal the Bishop Guertin High School girls soccer team in the 48th minute and the Cardinals knocked off Nashua South 2-0 in Division I action Tuesday.
The ConVal High School cross country teams hosted Hollis Brookline and Goffstown Tuesday with both the girls and the boys finishing third.
Bedford continued to prepare for the regular season with a pair of scrimmages. The Bulldogs battled the heat and a long layoff in between those exhibitions.
The West is proving to be quite unpredictable so far this high school football season.
Matt Sanchez scored in double overtime to life the Trinity High School boys soccer team to a 1-0 win over ConVal on Monday.
The ConVal High School girls volleyball team remained winless in Division II after a 3-0 loss Monday to John Stark.