The Exeter Youth Soccer Association continued its season last weekend. The following game summaries are supplied by the coaches.

U13 Boys Brown: Exeter won both of its games last weekend, beating Concord 3-2 on Saturday, and then Kearsage 4-1 on Sunday.

Against Concord, Tariku Neunaber’s goal on a direct kick proved to be the game-winner. Johnny Meyer and Keegan Knight also scored for Exeter. Dylan Shapiro assisted on Meyer’s goal, while Parker Lendrum was outstanding in goal.

Against Kearsage, Sebastian Rogles scored two goals and Cody Bonitatibus and Brendan Phillips each scored one.

Meyer and Lendrum split time in goal, while Neunaber, Shapiro, Nick Catania and Jack Hutchins all played well.

U12 Boys/Sckaal: A tighly contested, back-and-forth match against Lakes Region ended in a 5-3 loss, yet featured outstanding goals by Roman Sckaal, John Standring and Remi Young for the Hawks.

U8/U9 Girls/Proulx/Rogers: Exeter sealed a 4-2 victory over GPS NH. Olivia Plante and Lexy Rogers each scored a goal and Grace McIlroy had two in the win. GoalKeepers Lexi Gurshin and Nora Unger played strong.

U11 Girls/Larkin: The team overcame a 1-0 deficit with two goals in the final 10 minutes and beat unbeaten Dover, 2-1. Mary Clare Larkin and Tessa Keenan each scored a goal for Exeter, while Julia Shupe played strong defensively.

U12 Girls/Sera: The girls won both games against the Hampton Attack. Macayla Sanborn, Julia Lorenz and Sophie Slifka all scored goals in Saturday’s 7-1 win, while Heather Pulliam and Grace Halepis played well defensively.

On Sunday, Emma Ruhm and Sanborn each scored a goal in a 2-1 win. Defensively, Slifka and Caitlyn Normand led the charge.

U12 Girls/Capparelli: After a tough 5-0 loss on Saturday, the squad won 5-0 on Sunday. Ava Capparelli, Ary Pompeo, Clare Grace, and Casey Renshaw all scored a goal.

U14/15 Girls/Pierce: Exeter beat the Northern Strikers 3-2 on Saturday, then lost 2-1 on Sunday against Hooksett. Kailey Hall, Meagan Rousseau and Taylor Pierce all scored a goal on Saturday. Rousseau, Maeve Donovan, Sydney Taylor, Elizabeth Boys, Elisa Delgado and Annie Smaldone all played well.