When the #1 and #2 ranked D2 teams met in their first go around, at Windham, Souhegan had the final say, as they won 1-0 in OT, thanks to Taylor Dudek. This time at Souhegan, Windham wanted their revenge, and they got it.
For the first ten minutes, Souhegan came out faster, and stronger than Windham. Five minutes in, Souhegan had an open goal, as Windham's goalie, Abby Harris, was out of position, but a Windham defender was able to stop the ball from going into the net. Four minutes later Madison Robicheau, drilled a ball into the circle, that Kate Lindsey was able to deflect into the back of the net, Souhegan went up 1-0. With 13 minutes to play in the half, Kate Blaisdell found Lex Slaski, to tie the game at one, off a corner. Three minutes later, Souhegan's Madison Robicheau had lady luck on her side, she took a shot, that Harris would've saved, but a Windham defender reached for the ball and deflected it to Harris' right, she tried to dive for it, but she couldn't get there in time, as Souhegan would go up 2-1. With just over a minute to go in the first half, Taryn Livingston assisted Ryane Farrell, as the game would go into halftime tied at two.
As the second half progressed, every minute that went by, you thought to yourself, overtime, overtime, overtime. With just over ten minutes to play, Windham was awarded a stroke, and you thought okay... goal. Livingston stepped up to take it, but Souhegan goalie, Izzy Anton, reached to her left knocking down Livingston's shot, keeping it deadlocked at two. Three minutes later, Windham had an open net, as Anton was down from making a save, but Erin McCool was able to stop the ball from going in, keeping the game tied. Then finally, with three minutes to go, who else but our #1 ranked freshman, Kate Blaisdell, who was in the right spot at the right time. She gathered a rebound, and put the ball right through Anton's legs, as she was trying to reposition herself, after making a save, but the ball was just too fast for her. Souhegan had two chances with under 90 seconds to play, one off a free hit, but was called illegal due to the height. Then with under 30 seconds to play, Souhegan was able to get the ball into the circle, but our #1 ranked defender, Devon Hamilton made a crucial tackle, got the ball to the sideline, and saw out the game, and Windham would take a well-earned 3-2 victory.
Central & Concord finish tied, 0-0.
In Wednesday's nightcap, at Gill Stadium, Concord & Central could not do anything in either circle. Central did not take their first shot on goal until there were 18 minutes left in regulation. Concord only took two shots on goal the whole game, one in the first half, and one in the second. When overtime approached, both teams had opportunities to score but were either cut out by the opposing defense or fouls were committed. In OT, Central had two or three one on one opportunities, but Concord's defense was able to intercept each through ball. Concord also had a great chance in OT, when they were through on goal, and one on one, their forward lost ball control, and it hit her feet.
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Ellie Hunkins scores two & assists one, pulling Portsmouth past Sanborn, 3-2.
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Roy puts one away, and picks up a hat trick of assists, as Brady rolls past Littleton, 7-0.
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