Results from Friday/Saturday/Sunday – Oct. 22nd/23rd/24th

The Boys Soccer team fell on the road to Oyster River , 4-1, to wrap up the regular season at 11-3-2 and the #4 seed in the upcoming NHIAA tournament. Ben Dufoe scored our only goal from Danny Sattler.Alex James and Jackson Scherer shared the role of goalie. Alex James let in 3 goals in the first half and Jackson let in one on the second half. Jackson made 4 saves in the second half.

The Volleyball team defeated Goffstown in 3 games by scores of 25-19, 25-23, and 25-15, to improve to 16-2 on the season. Top performers were
Meaghan Coutu 7 kills, 4 aces , Lydia Daskalos 5 kills , Emily Sartell 5 digs, 4 aces and Amy Ryherd 3 digs, 1 ace.
The JV-A team swept the Grizzlies 25-16 and 25-12. Anneli DiVirgilio provided strong setting and serving, Maryfei Berrigan delivered on offense while Cadence Julian and Sehar Gogia provided defense.The JV-B team split the first two sets, 25-19 and 9-25, before taking the third set 15-10. Ameila Garruba dazzled with strong serving along with Gina Anton on offense and Kirti Das setting.

The Football team lost a tough game Friday night 18-8 to St Thomas. The HB lone score was on a touchdown pass from Riley McQuilkin to Braydon Laub. The defense forced three turnovers 2 forced fumbles by Tucker Luter and an interception by Braydon Laub

The Boys Jv Soccer team competed in the Nashua South Jamboree, beating Bedford 3-0, beating Merrimack 5-0, and tied Londonderry 1-1, topping the group with 7 points. The quarter final match against Winnacunnet ended in shootout after coming back to tie 1-1. An Incredibly unlucky result after having out played and out passed them for the best part of the game. Goals came from Ronan Finnegan, Nick Mendes, Connor Pinault and John Paul Torgersen.

The Cheer team competed in their first competition of the season this past Sunday at Cheer Madness hosted by Nashua North. Varsity placed 5th in their division and JV took home first! We look forward to competing on this upcoming weekend at the Battle at the Capital hosted by Concord High School!

Both of the Jv Volleyball teams competed in weekend jamboree’s with the Jv-A losing in quarter finals. The JV-B went 7-1 in pool play. They beat Pinkerton 25-8 in the quarters,swept Salem 2-0 in the finals and lost to Bedford by close scores in the finals

Games for Monday – Oct. 25th :

No games scheduled for today.