PJ Shaw opened the scoring quick, for Proctor, putting one in, 31 seconds into the match, which you could see shocked the New Hampton players. However, New Hampton regrouped quickly as Savannah Norcross would tie it up, seven minutes later. With 17 minutes to go in the first half, Mckenzie Haberl scored to take it to halftime, 2-1.
In the second half, Proctor came out strong, but it did not last long as New Hampton quickly took control of the game. Ten minutes in Norcross would pick up her second goal, assisted by Courtney Colarullo. With seven minutes to go, Shaw picked up her second goal, to cut the deficit to one. Proctor had one more chance with less than 40 seconds to play, as New Hampton tried to keep possession, they missed a back pass as Proctor stole the ball, they got it into the circle, and put a pass across the face of goal, but no one was there to tap it in. New Hampton took their time and saw out the game, 3-2.
Ryan scores four, as Gilford beats Littleton, 8-0.
With a long trip north, to Littleton's homecoming Saturday morning, Gilford seems to have gotten back on track, and are ready to defend their state title. Kellie Ryan opened up the scoring eight minutes in, with an assist from Sydni Lehr. 64 seconds later Ryan scored again, this time assisted by Laurel Gingrich. With just over a minute to go in the first half, Gingrich connected with Ryan again, to take it to halftime, 3-0.
Four minutes into the second half, Nicole Berube found Ryan, as Ryan would wrap up her scoring, making it 4-0. With 19 minutes to play in the game, Gingrich would get on the board, with an assist from Jill Lachapelle. Five minutes later, Gingrich would tally her second, thanks to Lehr. Three minutes after that, Berube would find Lehr for a goal, two and a half minutes after that, the two connected again, as Lehr finished off the scoring, as Gilford walked away with an 8-0 victory.
In Gilford's last four games, they have outscored their opponents, 32-0, scoring eight in each of those games. Out cornered them, 48-9, and have put 93 shots on goal, compared their opposition's five. The defending state champs seem to be back on track, but they have one of, if not the toughest schedule to close out their regular season, traveling to Berlin, Winnisquam, and Newfound.
Elyse Scott scores twice, leading the comeback, as Stevens beats Newport, 2-1.
In the nightcap at Stevens' homecoming, Newport opened up the scoring with 12 minutes to go in the first half, as Kennedy Pysz found Maddie Miller, to take a 1-0 lead.
Five minutes into the second half, Steven's Hailey LeClair found Elyse Scott, to tie the game, at one. With 14 minutes left to play, Scott scored her second, as that's all Stevens would need to hold off Newport, 2-1.
Stevens controlled most of the game having ten corners to Newport's zero, but the shots remained similar, as Stevens outshot Newport, 12-8. Even though the match was relatively close, there were two moments in the game that caught our eye. One, Newport's Lacy McNeel had a fantastic breakaway but was cut down due to Stevens' goalie Tess Whitney, who slid for the ball and sent McNeel flying into the air. The game had to be stopped as McNeel went down hard, but she was able to get up and come back into the game later on. The second was when Kendall Hamilton took a free hit in her own half, and put a ball through for a teammate, at about 50-60 yards out, but it was called back due to the height. The ball was not high. When the official blew their whistle, Hamilton turned to the official and laughed, the Newport fans didn't like the call and were expressive about it. The ball was so low and hit so hard; Hamilton helped the Stevens' grounds crew cut some of the grass on the field. It was probably the best free hit we've seen this season.
McIntire scores in OT, to give South their first win of the season, over North, 2-1.
Blaisdell stays hot, scoring two, as Windham blanks Lebanon, 2-0.
Alannah Johnson scores two, as Mascenic beats Conant, 4-0.
Annie Kew hat tricks, as Central routs Memorial, 7-1.
Sam Crochetiere scores her first varsity goal, as Winnacunnet edges Exeter, 4-3.
Michaud scores the lone goal, as Pinkerton slips by Londonderry, 1-0.
Dougherty scores twice, as Merrimack Valley picks up their first win, over Kearsarge, 5-0.
Diana Schwarz hat tricks, as Hanover rolls past Milford, 7-0.
Ali Corriveau scored two & assisted one, as Pembroke beat Franklin, 5-0.
Caitlyn Boucher scored three minutes into OT, as Monadnock escaped Mascoma, 1-0.
Eliza Bates picked up a hat trick & an assist, as Kimball Union cruised to a 10-1 victory.
Reynolds & Cantin each score twice, as Holderness wins, 5-0.
- Berlin beats White Mountains, 4-1.
- Winnisquam sneaks by Hopkinton, 1-0.
- St. Paul's suffers first loss, 4-3.
- Brewster wins, 3-0.