U19s struggle at USA Field Hockey's National Indoor Tournament.

After the U14s had a very successful weekend at their NITs, the U19s struggled down in Richmond, Virginia.

Wizards had two NH players on their team. Bishop Guertin's star Sarah Coyle, and her teammate Britney Pearson. They finished with an 0-5-0 (W-L-T) record, finishing sixth in their pool, and they were outscored 5-25.

Seacoast United had two teams at the U19 NITs, Navy and Carolina. Carolina had five NH players on their roster. Winnacunnet's Nikki Tredwell, Audrey Canfield, and Dailyn Annis. Then Pinkerton's Taylor Marchman, and Sarah Collins. They finished 0-4-1 (W-L-T), finishing sixth in their pool, and were outscored 7-24.

Navy had two NH players, Maddie Davis of Exeter and Samantha Crochetiere of Winnacunnet. Record-wise, Navy had one of the best weekends out of the seven teams that were in Richmond, going 2-3-0 (W-L-T), finishing fourth in their pool, but were outscored 12-15.

North East Elite had four teams in Richmond, Black, Silver, Green, and Gold. Green had Pinkerton's Kate Bennett, Windham's Livi Manchester, and Katherine Wimmer, who's from Windham, but goes to school in Massachusetts. They had a record of 0-4-1 (W-L-T), finishing fifth in their pool, and were outscored 4-24.

Silver had Pinkerton's Mari Shea and Khaliyah Ellis. They finished with a record of 1-4-0 (W-L-T), fifth in their pool, and were outscored 5-34.

NEE Black, along with Seacoast's Navy, had the best weekend record-wise, going 2-3-0 (W-L-T). Even though they were outscored 16-24, they had the best offensive weekend out of the seven teams, scoring four more goals than anyone else. No surprise their one NH player happened to be Windham's, Kate Blaisdell.

NEE Gold, had Winnacunnet's Lauren Alkire, Pinkerton's Marley Mailloux, Derryfield's Lindsey Stagg, St. Paul's Josie Varney, and Maddie DiPietro, who's from Windham, but attends school in Massachusetts. They placed fifth in their pool, with a 1-3-1 (W-L-T) record. Gold broke even with their goal difference with 10-10. With that, they had the best defensive outing out of the seven teams, letting in 10 goals, which was five fewer than anyone else. Gold was also the only team to not have a negative goal difference on the weekend.

Overall not a good weekend for our U19s, but hopefully our U16s can end the indoor season on a high note, back in Spooky Nook this weekend.