Holderness brings home a title for NH, 2-1; St. Paul's dominates, but can't get past Andover, 0-1

Holderness brings home a title for NH!

We were not at the game this morning, in Connecticut, but Holderness was able to bring home a championship, not only for their program but the state of New Hampshire, as well.

They went down early, about six minutes into the game, as it went into halftime, 1-0.

With 12:34 left in the game, Holderness scored off a counterattack, to tie it at one. Then with 6:45 left, Holderness scored the winning goal off of a corner, to make it 2-1, and bring home the NEPSAC Class C title.

So a huge congratulations to Holderness, for bringing home the title, and representing our state as the best Class C program in New England!

St. Paul's dominates, but can't get past Andover, 0-1.

For a majority of the first half, Andover won the possession game, but St. Paul's created more chances. With 17:37 left, Andover scored the only goal of the game, on one of their two shots for the match.

In the second half, Andover never saw St. Paul's goal, as St. Paul's had complete control, and didn't allow Andover a shot in the second half. With all the control St. Paul's had they just couldn't score. They earned seven corners in the second half, but couldn't convert on any. Their best chance was when Gillis Frechette took a reverse chip shot, and the Andover goalie had to jump and save it, from going over her head.

Throughout the game St. Paul's outshot Andover, 7-2, and out-cornered them, 11-0, they just couldn't find the back of the net.

Holderness runs past Canterbury, 7-1.

On their way to a championship run, Holderness got a hat trick from Olivia Branch, two goals from Morgan Sisson, and Claudia Cantin & Elise Yabroudy each had one. Holderness superstar Andrea Reynolds picked up two assists. Branch, and Bee McLaughlin, each had one assist.