WOLFEBORO — Ginger Schoff had a hat trick and an assist for the Portsmouth High School girls soccer team in a 7-0 win over Kingswood on Wednesday.
Also scoring for the Clippers, who improved to 7-3 in Division II, were Ginger Prevost, Brianna Lisbon, Celi Shea and Maddie Coscia. Assisting were Acadia Momm-White, Rachel Lisbon, Kate Loughlin and Prevost.
Portsmouth visits rival St. Thomas on Friday.
Newmarket 3, Epping 1
EPPING — Marie Hoehner had a goal and an assist to pace the Mules, who climbed to 9-0 in Division IV and swept the season series with rival Epping.
The Devils got their lone goal from Emma Coolidge and dropped to 5-4.
Newmarket goalie Madison Foster made nine saves in the win. Epping’s Becky Milbury made five saves in defeat.
Berwick 3, Lexington Christian 0
LEXINGTON, Mass. — The Bulldogs improved to 4-2 with Wednesday's road win.
Scoring for BA were Caroline Starr, Lila Roy and Kate Marshall. Aaliyah Farid, Kenza Farid and Christine Gardella each had an assist.
Goalie Sam Montagno and the Berwick defense of Rayne Zimmermann, Vanessa Leavitt, Tess Varley, Abby Reed and Christie Sullivan were solid on the day, earning the team’s third shutout of the season. BA visits Beaver Country Day on Saturday.
Sanford 3, Noble 2, 2 OT
NORTH BERWICK, Maine — The Knights dropped a tough OT game to Sanford in Class A South. Meredith Podolec and Amy Fleming scored for Noble, while Sammy Couture and Kerri Fleming each had an assist. Nikki Perez had 11 saves for the Knights in goal.
Exeter 3, Bedford 1
EXETER — The Blue Hawks scored their third straight win in set scores of 25-16, 23-25, 25-17, 26-24.
Sophia Scola paced Exeter with 10 kills and eight aces. Jessica Peirce (18 digs, 3 aces) and Sydney Johnson (10 kills, 3 aces) were other leaders.
The Blue Hawks (6-4) travel to Hollis-Brookline on Friday.
Oyster River 3, Portsmouth 0
DURHAM — The Bobcats moved to 5-2 in Division II with Wednesday's sweep. Set scores were 25-22, 25-17, 25-22
Holly Hoag had six kills and eight blocks to lead Oyster River. Cassidy Gibb added 11 assists and Kathryn Cohen had five assists.
Eli Omahen had 11 kills in defeat for the Clippers (2-6). Morgan Kroitzsch had six kills, Sammy Prial had five aces, and Sara Gardner dished out 27 assists.
Dover 3, Goffstown 2
GOFFSTOWN — The Green Wave overcame a two-set deficit to beat Goffstown on the road in Division I action. Set scores were 26-28, 20-25, 25-19, 25-20, 15-5.
Dover (9-1) was led by Mary Zlotosch with 14 kills. Sarah Quinn added five kills and four blocks, while Emily Fagundo had 26 assists. Kate Murphy chipped in with 16 digs.
Dover hosts Bishop Guertin Friday. Goffstown is 5-5.
York 4, Lake Region 0
YORK, Maine — Lily Posternak had a goal and an assist, Izzy Bretz chipped in two helpers and the Wildcats posted their fifth straight shutout. They improved to 11-0 in the Class B South and extended their win streak to 47 games.
Sydney Bouchard, Emlyn Patry and Bailey Oliver each scored goals in the win. Goalie Julianna Kuklis made three saves. All four of York’s goals were scored in the second half.
Winnacunnet 5, Merrimack 0
MERRIMACK — Dana Sher and Abby Merrill each scored two goals and the Warriors improved to 10-0 atop the Division I standings.
The Warriors’ Isobel Sargent added a goal and an assist. Goalie Nikki Tredwell earned the shutout. Winnacunnet hosts Nashua South on Wednesday.
Berwick 8, Lexington Christian 0
LEXINGTON, Mass. — Senior halfback Sydney Hopkins had a hat trick to lead the Bulldogs. Andrea Caradonna scored on a penalty stroke. Sophie Beauchesne, Claire McKittrick and Chanel Bedard all also scored, and junior midfielder Emma O'Shaughnessy added three assists.
Portsmouth 3, Oyster River 0
DURHAM — Heather Hutchins served for 10 aces and Skyler Whitten added four kills and seven aces as the Clippers triumphed.
JV GIRLS SOCCER
Portsmouth 10, Kingswood 0
WOLFEBORO — Anna Smith, Kelly Kendall and Emily Ricard each scored two goals to lift the Clippers. Brittany Graham, Dani Vigueras, Lily Webb and Lydia Fedorwich each tallied a goal. Macy Shevlin, Sarah Nadeau and Kate Schultz added strong games in the win.