Local Roundup: Londonderry’s Stowell nets hat-trick

Olivia Stowell

Olivia Stowell continued her fine season for the Londonderry girls soccer team on Friday, scoring three goals in a 6-0 win over Nashua North. Teammate Alyssa Anderson also scored twice for the undefeated Lancers (7-0).

 

Dandrade power

Ella Dandrade led Pinkerton to a 3-1 win over Winnacunnet with 15 kills and an impressive 28 digs last Monday. Elle Koelb had 35 assists for the unbeaten (4-0) Astros.

 

Astros double up

Lauren Lisauskas scored twice and Emma Johnston had two assists as Pinkerton’s field hockey team remained unbeaten (4-0) with a 4-0 shutout of Timberlane last Monday.

 

Jaguars in W column

Thanks to a game-high 19 kills from Cassie Faria, the Windham volleyball team picked up its first win of the year, beating Bishop Guertin 3-1 last Wednesday. The key stretch in the match came in the fourth game, when Julia Leppanen (35 assistsm 20 service points) went on an eight-point service run to put the Jaguars ahead for good.

 

Seconds to spare

With 40 seconds left in regulation, Lauren Lisauskas took a pass from Emma Johnston and fired home the game winner to lead Pinkerton field hockey to a 2-1 win over Bishop Guertin last Wednesday.

 

Lancers remain undefeated

The Londonderry field hockey team wrapped up its week with a nice 3-1 win over Dover on Friday. Courtney Shay scored twice for the Lancers, and Lauren Doherty added the other goal.

 

Jags stay unbeaten

Livi Manchester scored in the first half and that was all the Windham field hockey team needed to stay unbeaten (4-0), beating Winnacunnet 1-0 last Wednesday.

 

Battle of unbeatens

Mari Shea’s first-half penalty stroke stood up as Pinkerton (6-0) beat Windham (now 4-1) on Friday in a battle of unbeatens. Pinkerton’s Khaliyah Ellis stopped seven shots in the 1-0 shutout while Lily Auger and Kate Bennett shined on defense.

 

Solid tie

The Bedford boys soccer team is the defending Division 1 state champion and returned plenty of talent this year. The Bulldogs came into Friday’s game undefeated, but Windham showed how far its come in its second D1 season by earning a 1-1 tie on Friday. Owen Larouco put the Jags (4-0-2) ahead early in the second, but Bedford was able to net an equalizer.

 

Astros earn statement win

It wasn’t easy, but the Pinkerton volleyball team earned a nice sweep of Bedford (27-25, 25-23, 32-30), which was the Division 1 state runner-up last year, on Friday. The Astros were led by Ella Dandrade (8 kills, 22 digs) and Ella Koelb (28 assists, 4 aces)

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