Day 6 Recap: Coyle scores with five minutes to go, to edge Guertin past Dover, 1-0.

In a nip & tuck game, both teams had their opportunities to score through out, but no one could score, until a corner with just over five minutes to go. Guertin earned the corner; Senior McKenna Gosselin inserted to Sarah Coyle who spun past her defender then did a beautiful reverse chip shot, to score the games only goal. Dover continued to pressure through the last five minutes, but couldn't find the back of the net.


Lisauskas scores twice and assists one, carrying Pinkerton past South, 3-0.

Mari Shea picked up her first goal of the season, which would eventually be the game winner, assisted by Lisauskas, with 18 minutes to go in the first half. The game would remain scoreless until the second half, when five minutes in Lisauskas found the back of the net, with an assist from Carly Young. With 11 minutes to go, Lisauskas would pick up her last goal of the day, and seal a 3-0 victory for Pinkerton.


Greenfield scores twice, helping Salem past North, 3-0.

Salem controlled most of the night with their pace, moving the ball quickly up the field into North's circle, out shooting them 18-3 on the evening. Brianna Boucher picked up the first goal six minutes into the game, assisted by Olivia Lacey. Salem would not score again until there were 19 minutes left in the match when Greenfield would score her first, then another four minutes later, to kill off the game, and give Salem their second win of the season.


Dailynn Annis & Isobel Sargent net hat tricks, as Winnacunnet blows by Memorial, 11-0.


MacKinnon picks up her fifth assist in three games, as Timberlane beats Merrimack, 5-1.


Emma Toto scores the lone goal, lifting Sanborn past St. Thomas, 1-0.


Meg Dougherty scores tying goal for Merrimack Valley, against Plymouth, before the game was called off due to weather, 2-2.


Pietz scores twice for Exeter before the game was suspended due to weather, they lead Concord 2-0. Game is scheduled to resume Saturday, September 16, at 11 am.


Windham blanks ConVal, 2-0. Souhegan flies by Milford, 11-0.