2018 U19 National Indoor Tournament Recap.

A rough weekend is the nicest way of saying how are U19s did over the weekend.

Cape Ann Yellow consisted of two NH athletes. Hanover goalie Ella Edmonds, and rising star Cadence Summers of Souhegan. They went 0-5-0 (W-L-T) on the weekend, finishing last in their group.

Elements Athletics Air had one NH athlete, Emily Houston, of Keene, who attends Northfield Mount Hermon. They finished with a record of 0-4-1 (W-L-T), also finishing last in their group.

Northeast Elite Black had three NH residents. Pinkerton duo, Marley Mailloux, and Mari Shea, and Winnacunnet star Lauren Alkire. They finished 0-5-0 (W-L-T), and last in their pool.

Northeast Elite Green, had one NH resident, Maddie DiPietro, of Windham, who attends Central Catholic. They had the best weekend out of the three NEE teams going 0-3-2 (W-L-T), finishing fifth in their pool.

Northeast Elite Gold, the team that was thought to have the best chance at winning a pool, with one of the state's best goalies Rachel Simkevich, Windham resident and Central Catholic star Casey Thompson, Caron twins Sky & Finn, and the state's top two players Lindsey Stagg and Josie Varney, had one of the worst weekends at the tournament. Identical to NEE Black, they went 0-5-0 (W-L-T), finishing last in their pool.

Seacoast United had nine NH representatives, the most of any team. Kelly Makechnie, Courtney Ingham, Nikki Tredwell, and Isobel Sargent of Winnacunnet. Ava Dorci of Pinkerton, Alexa Gutowski of Kennett, Taryn MacKinnon of Timberlane, Bri Petruccelli of Exeter, and Erin McCool of Souhegan. They finished 1-3-1 (W-L-T), placing fourth in their pool.

Wizards Black, had one NH participant, Bishop Guertin star Sarah Coyle. They had the best weekend, finishing with a record of 2-3-0 (W-L-T), placing fifth in their group.

Seacoast United placed the highest (4th), out of the seven teams, and had the best offense, scoring 12, three higher than anyone else. Wizards Black posted the best record, 2-3-0 (W-L-T), the only team to have more than one win. Element Athletics Air had the best defense, allowing 12 goals, three fewer than anyone else.

Overall, the seven teams combined for a record of 3-28-4 (W-L-T) and were outscored 156-46. Safe to stay NH had a rough weekend.

The NITs go back to Spooky Nook this weekend, as the U16s faceoff, to wrap up indoor season, 26 athletes will be represented across nine teams.