Concorde 1, Goffstown 1
Key players: Concorde – Nicholas DiBuono (goal), Benjamin Hughes (pass), Nathan Wachter (stop), Shamir Darjee (midfielder), Siddarth Rai (midfielder)
Highlights: Crimson Tide held a sizable possession and shooting advantage (16-2) over Goffstown, but DiBuono’s header from a Hughes cross in the 71st minute to force the tie was the only goal Concord could muster.
Coach’s quote: “We created many chances throughout the game and we were happy with our game. The Goffstown keeper was great throughout the game, registering a number of difficult saves. He kept them in the game. – Scott Dunlop of Concord
Recordings: Concorde 5-0-1; Goffstown 1-4-1
Hopkinton 1, Raymond 0
Key players: Hopkinton – Avery Condon (goal), Finn Murphy (assist), Colby Boissy (2 saves)
Highlights: Murphy sent a ball to Condon, who took it to midfield and hammered a shot from 16 yards with a minute left in regulation time.
Coach’s quote: “The Hawks had a number of scoring opportunities throughout the game, but just couldn’t capitalize on them until the thrilling late-game winner. In our defence, centre-backs Lincoln Wilson and Kevin Ball stood tall all night, snuffing out countless attempts by Raymond to play a long ball for a breakaway. And even if he only had to make one diving save, this save from our goalkeeper Boissy was a great piece of advice on a good shot in the middle of the second period. – Scott Zipke of Hopkinton
Recordings: Hopkinton 2-3-1; Raymond 1-3-0
Portsmouth 5, Pembroke 0
Key players: Pembroke – Lily Corbitt (goalkeeper), Bria LePage (defense)
Highlights: The Spartans allowed two goals in the opening five minutes but then held Portsmouth one goal unbeaten for the next three quarters before two late goals were the final margin.
Quote from the coach: “(Portsmouth are) by far the best team we have faced so far. I was thrilled with how we didn’t back down from them even after the first two goals, and earned them every score they got. –Steve Langevin of Pembroke
Recordings: Portsmouth 7-0-0; Pembroke 2-3-1
Bishop Brady 2, St. Thomas 0
Key players: Bishop Brady – Kimble Rose (goal), Margaret Sheehan (goal), Carly Fuller (assist), Reese Pelletier (assist), Ava Archambault (10 saves), Tila Zelis (3 saves), Payton Bryson (midfielder)
Highlights: After a scoreless first half, Brady controlled possession in the second half with 13 offensive penalty corners, but couldn’t connect. Rose scored in the third quarter, assisted by Fuller, and Sheehan scored with 2:42 left.
Quote from the coach: “We will continue to work together every term. Attack with 10 and defend with 11. – Kelly Owen of Bishop Brady
Recordings: Bishop Brady 2-2; St. Thomas 1-4
Winnisquam 3, Autumn Mountain 0
Key players: Winnisquam – Delaney Skourtis (11 kills, 2 aces), Lucy Prunier (12 assists, ace), Bella Dill (8 assists, 2 aces), Kandace Bellville (2 kills, 3 aces), Laura Slate (3 kills, 6 aces), McKala Pelletier (2 digs, 2 aces), Alyse Damato (2 kills), Triniti Carter (2 kills, blocking), Leigh Brown (defense), Avary Anderson (defense), Teagan Nelson (defense)
Coach quote: “Nice rebound win on the road. Give Fall Mountain credit, they played hard and really fought hard all game. We were able to get everyone in there tonight and that’s really good , is that everyone contributed to the victory. I am very proud of this group for how hard they work every day in practice. We still have a lot to work on, but I know that this group is ready and eager to improve.- Mark Dawalga of Winnisquam
Recordings: Winnisquam 3-2; Autumn mountain. 2-4
Kearsarge 67, Bishop Brady 53, Sanborn 52, John Stark 47
Key players: Kearsarge – Meghan Blood (medalist), Charlie Reeve (3rd tied); Bishop Brady – Chris Grimbilas (2nd); Sanborn – Kayleb Judd (3rd tied)
Highlights: Grimbilas led the Giants with the second best score from the field in Wednesday’s game at Beaver Meadow.
Coach’s quote: “We had great weather, a host of great parents/families and wonderful energy to celebrate our seniors Chris Grimbilas, Brady Ziegler and Jack Allen on Seniors Day. Great effort from all the teams. A fun and positive game for all. – Jason Bird of Bishop Brady