Soccer field

Bow girls football defeats undefeated Bobcats; football, field hockey, volleyball results

Women’s football

Arc 6, River Oyster 0

Key players: Bow – Bella LaPerle (goal, assist), Lyndsey LaPerle (goal, 2 assists), Juliette Tarsa (2 goals), Lexi Insana (goal, assist), Ashley Wallen (goal), Lexana Farr (assist), Gabby Tarsa (assist) , Marissa Green (passing), Leah Gallier (midfielder), Olivia Selleck (midfielder), Gabby Tarsa (midfielder), Makayla Trudel (defense), Kendall Murray (defense), Julianna Lampman (defense), Bridget Hilton (cleaning)

Highlights: The LaPerle sisters and Juliette Tarsa scored three goals in the first 11:20 of the first half, and Insana and Tarsa added two more in the first six minutes of the second half to bring the Falcons to a landslide victory over the Bobcats, handing Oyster River its first loss.

Quote from the coach: “The girls played very well today with very nice combinations and very nice goals. They did a great job defending and taking down a very talented and well-drilled Oyster River team. We have to remember how we played today and keep going. It was complete teamwork. – Jay Vogt of Bow

Recordings: Bow 8-1; Oyster river 7-1

John Stark 6, Keene 0

Key players: John Stark – Makayla Pellerin (goal), Melody Couturier (goal, assist), Hayleigh Dennis (goal), Madison Porth (goal), Sophia McGinty (goal), Meghan Mefford (goal)

Highlights: The Generals scored early and often in a decisive victory. Excellent communication from Stark’s five defenders – Elizabeth Hatfield, Avery Geaumont, Reagan Lamothe, Sam Veilleux and Porth – locked down Keene’s offense.

Coach’s quote: “Tonight was a night where the players looked and found opportunities to go it alone or take advantage of small windows of opportunity and put balls on the frame.” – John Stark’s Chris Pike

Recordings: John Stark 5-3; Keen 1-7

Bishop Brady 6, Conant 1

Highlights: The Giants had their best offensive game of the year to win their fifth straight game.

Recordings: Bishop Brady 7-2-1; Conant 3-4-0

boys soccer

Coe-Brown 5, Trinity 3

Key players: Coe Brown – Nate Ford (3 goals), Max Heigis (goal, assist), Cameron Lee (5 saves)

Highlights: Trinity tied the game, 3-3, late in the second half and put pressure on the Bears defense, but Coe-Brown held on and scored two late goals to secure the victory .

Quote from the coach: “The game was back and forth, which created some nervous moments. Thanks to Trinity for generating a fast attack that caught us off guard several times. We had a lot of practice reacting to changes in momentum. We’re proud of our guys tonight for sticking with it and coming up with solutions that ended up paying off. After playing back-to-back days, everyone had to play a role in the game, including Cameron Lee, our backup keeper. We also had to deal with injuries and illnesses throughout the season. Even though it’s hard to find consistency, we’re happy that all of our players had the opportunity to contribute. – Christian Gompert of Coe-Brown

Recordings: Coe Brown 6-2-1; Trinity 1-7-1

Conant 3, Hopkinton 2, OT

Key players: Hopkinton – Avery Condon (2 goals), Lincoln Wilson (assist), Owen Wuellenweber (assist), Colby Boissy (4 saves)

Highlights: The Hawks took a 2-1 halftime lead with a 35th-minute Condon game-winning goal, but the Orioles tied the game in the 47th minute and Thomas Harvey scored the game-winning goal five minutes after extra time.

Coach’s quote: “After allowing no consecutive goals in three games, including two shutouts, the Hawks saw a series of defensive errors eat away at them today in the overtime loss. Throughout the second half, Hopkinton created a number of scoring chances but couldn’t produce much in terms of dangerous shots on goal. Just before the end of regulation, Conant was awarded a penalty which Boissy was able to save to preserve the status quo and send the game into extra time. Five minutes into the added stanzas, a failed defensive clearance gave Conant a run for the game winner. – Scott Zipke of Hopkinton

Recordings: Conant 7-2-0; Hopkinton 3-4-2

Field hockey

Concord 3, Manchester Central West 2

Key players: Concorde – Amy Desrochers (goal), Emma Beaujouan (goal), Kayla Taylor (goal)

Highlights: The Tide avenged their early exit from the playoffs last year.

Recordings: Concorde 7-3; Midwest 5-5

Pembroke 2, Pelham 0

Key players: Pembroke – Camdyn Despres (2 goals), Lillian Corbitt (multiple saves, shutout)

Highlights: Despres caught a long pass from Bria LePage and fought his way to score in the second quarter. With 2:30 remaining in the contest, Despres put home a nice cross pass from Mollie Wallace to seal the deal.

Quote from the coach: “It was a relief to score that first goal. We did a great job fending off a lot of turns from Pelham after that and finally got the clincher with minutes to go. –Steve Langevin of Pembroke

Recordings: Pembroke 4-5-1; Pelham 1-7-0

women’s volleyball

Concorde 3, Windham 0

Key players: Concorde – Ashlyn Clougherty (35 assists), Sarah Taylor (12 eliminations), Brooke Wyatt (11 eliminations), Ava Trento (7 eliminations), Katie Blinn (7 eliminations)

Strong points: The Crimson Tide beat the Jaguars in straight sets, 25-21, 25-21, 26-24.

Coach Quote: “Roll Tide! –Jonathan Flower of Concord

Recordings: Concorde 4-5; Windham 3-6