Day 15 Recap: #1 Ranked Forward, Raspante, earns her ranking, as she leads Tilton in their opener, 5-0.

Under the lights last night, Tilton hosted their season opener against Hebron. They started off slower than expected, but halfway through the first half Raspante opened the scoring, to go ahead 1-0. With two minutes to go in the first half, Kayla Currin assisted Raspante, to take a 2-0 lead into halftime.

Three minutes into the second half, Raspante completed her hat trick. Nine minutes later Raspante finished off her scoring, to go ahead 4-0, assisted by Jackie Hill. With nine minutes to go, Raspante decided to spread the love, and returned the favor to Currin, as she wrapped up the scoring, as Tilton took a comfortable 5-0 win.

Something not mentioned in the scoreline is Kaitlin Bardellini. She was our # 3 Ranked Forward coming into the season, and even though she was not on the score sheet, she was spectacular. Her ability to beat people one on one is incredible, and weave her way through defenses is very entertaining to watch. Bardellini is one of those players; you will go to see her team's games just to watch her because she is just that good. 

Katie Meserve grabs a hat trick, leading Hopkinton past Kearsarge, 6-0.

Nusbaum scores two & assists one, as Kennett cruise by Berlin, 5-0.

Maggie Cahoon had four assists, as Keene beats Nashua North. 5-3.

D3's top freshman, Peterson, scores twice & assisted once, helping Newfound past Pembroke, 5-0.

Campbell picks up both assists, as Goffstown surprises Portsmouth, 2-0.

Gosselin scores twice, as Guertin stays perfect, after beating Manchester Memorial, 4-1.

Aubin scores go-ahead goal, as John Stark picks up their first win of the season, against Conant, 2-0.

Olivia Conley scored twice, as Laconia edges Bishop Brady, 2-1.

Miller scores with 49 seconds to go, pulling Newport past White Mountains, 2-1.

Bevens scores one & assists one, helping Pelham past Bow, 4-1.

  • Merrimack beats Londonderry, 3-1.
  • Winnisquam blanks Littleton, 5-0.
  • Timberlane v. Central, Postponed.