AMHERST – Katie Almeida scored two first-half goals and the Souhegan High School field hockey team made it hold up in a 2-0 win Friday over Milford.
It’s rivalry week in New Hampshire high school football, with old friends Pinkerton and Londonderry, Exeter and Winnacunnet, and Nashua North and South, meeting this weekend. There are some other big games on the schedule in all three divisions as well, with Alvirne heading to Merrimack, Milford hosting Pelham and Goffstown heading to Portsmouth for the first time since the 2012 Division III championship game.
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LITCHFIELD – Kymberlee Bergstresser scored three goals on Thursday, including the game-tying and game-winning goals, as the Hillsboro-Deering girls soccer team defeated Campbell 4-3 in overtime in a Division III contest.
MILFORD – The Windham High School girls volleyball team took on Milford’s best shot on Wednesday, and despite a few shaky moments, the Jaguars were up to the challenge.
NASHUA – The final score from Tuesday’s girls volleyball match goes into the books as a sweep for Bedford High School, but the Bulldogs’ win over Bishop Guertin felt like anything but a 3-0 match.
The Souhegan High School boys soccer team scored a goal in each half to knock off Portsmouth 2-0 on Tuesday.
Taylor O’Mara scored the game’s only goal to help the Sunapee High School girls soccer team to a 1-0 win over Epping on Tuesday.
Bedford got its season started with a 41-7 win over Manchester Memorial and then turned its focus to its next opponent.
Here’s a look at how the third week of the high school football season played out.
DERRY – John Cerretani’s pass was on the mark and Kenny Calabrese made the tough catch, but Tyler Gendron was right there to make the tackle, with a half-yard to spare.