GOFFSTOWN — The Portsmouth High School girls soccer team was edged in the first overtime period by the Grizzlies, 2-1, in Saturday’s Division I road match. The Clippers dropped to 2-2-1. Goffstown moved to 3-2-1.
Portsmouth’s goal tied the game and was scored by Emily Ricard off a corner kick taken by Dani Vigueras. PHS goalie Sofia Rannali had 14 saves.
Julia Kurowski, Vigueras, Ginger Schoff, Izzy Suttie and Olivia Dube paced the PHS defense, while Katey McCafferty played well up front for the Clippers. They’ll host Keene on Wednesday.
Oyster River 2, Coe-Brown 0
NORTHWOOD — The Bobcats got goals from Charlotte Cousins and Abby Schmitt to beat the Bears and climb to 4-2 in Division II. Coe-Brown dropped to 2-5.
Oyster River will host Hanover on Monday. Coe-Brown travels to Souhegan Tuesday.
Marshwood 9, Biddeford 1
BIDDEFORD, Maine — Casey Perry scored two goals, Zoe Boyer added two goals and an assist and the Hawks (4-0-1) stayed unbeaten in Class A South action.
Ella Nelson, Margaret Spear, Rori Coomey, Maddie Lindgren, Kayla Wozny and Katie Taran also scored for Hawks. Goalies Nathalie Clavette and Kendall Lawrence combined for three saves. The Hawks host Falmouth Thursday.
Berwick 3, Holderness 0
SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — The Bulldogs won their home opener to improve to 2-0 in prep school action.
Aaliyah Farid (Hampton) had a goal and an assist for Berwick. Brayden Reed (Dover) and Chili Dowd also scored. Rayne Zimmermann (Exeter) chipped in an assist.
Berwick will host Bancroft on Monday.
Kennebunk 2, Marshwood 1
KENNEBUNK, Maine — Samuel Tartre netted the game-winner in the second half for Kennebunk, which climbed to 4-1 in Class A South. Marshwood moved to 3-1-2.
Marshwood’s Mike LaSelva scored to tie the game 1-1. Goalie George McDonnell made three saves in defeat.
The Hawks will host Windham Tuesday.
Coe-Brown 4, Plymouth 1
NORTHWOOD — Cayden Donoghue and Austin Metalious each had a goal and an assist to pace the Bears in their Homecoming Day game. Coe-Brown improved to 5-1 in Division II.
Elijah Hinrichsen and Jacob Radwan each had goals for the Bears. Logan Ledoux, Ben Healey and Mason Winiarski added assists.
Coe-Brown will travel to Pembroke on Thursday.
Dover 1, Londonderry 0
LONDONDERRY — Emily Segarra scored with less than 2 minutes remaining to secure this Division I win for the Green Wave. They improved to 4-2 with their third straight triumph.
Dover goalie Kylie Nelson-Marois paced a solid defensive effort. The Green Wave will host Timberlane Monday.
York 4, Cape Elizabeth 0
CAPE ELIZABETH, Maine — The Wildcats used four different goal scorers and a shutout by goalie Juliana Kiklis to improve to 5-2 in Class B South.
York got goals from Bailey Oliver, Lexi Brent, Christina Dargie and Addy Fagan. The trio of Ashley Carney, Sage Works and Katie Donovan picked up assists.
The Wildcats will host Freeport on Thursday.
St. Thomas 3, Coe-Brown 1
NORTHWOOD — Mady Buchalski posted 11 kills and seven aces as the Saints finished off this Division II match in four sets — 25-18, 25-22, 23-25, 25-20. STA improved to 6-0 while Coe-Brown dropped to 2-4.
Emma Gould had 31 assists for the Saints, and Kateri Ture paced the defense with 23 digs.
Both teams are on the road Tuesday, with STA traveling to Pelham and Coe-Brown to Souhegan.
Epping 3, Mascenic 1
NEW IPSWICH — The Blue Devils won this Division III match on Friday night to improve to 3-1. Set scores were 27-25, 22-25, 25-19, 25-16.
Senior Anna Re had four aces, seven kills, 10 digs and five blocks to lead the way. Junior Hayley Pelletier added eight kills and 27 digs. Senior Gabi Hughes had two aces, eight kills and 25 digs. Junior Oakley Lustenberger posted four aces, seven digs and 30 assists.
Epping will travel to Hillsboro-Deering on Monday.
York 3, Kennebunk 0
YORK, Maine — Junior Sophie Trafton distributed 35 assists as the Wildcats rolled in set scores of 25-11, 25-11, 25-17 on Friday night. They won their third straight match to improve to 4-1 in Class B.
Emma Parrotta controlled the middle of the net with nine kills. Libero Belle Babcock and outside hitters Abby Orso and Phoebe Slovenski were other leaders.
York travels to face Brunswick/Mt. Ararat on Tuesday.
Coe-Brown sweeps home meet
NORTHWOOD — The Coe-Brown boys cross country team ran away with Saturday’s three-team home meet, posting 15 points. Bow was second with 47 followed by Portsmouth with 80.
The Bears took the top five spots, with Dawson Dubois (17:16) edging teammate Luke Tkaczyk (17:22) for first place. Wyatt Mackey (17:25; 3), Gavyn Lewis (17:38.2; 4) and Logan Mihelich (17:38.9; 5) were other top scorers.
Senior Cameron Scherr was the top Portsmouth finisher in 13th (19:19). The Clippers’ Leo Swainbank was 16th (19:37).
Coe-Brown also won the girls race, with Addison Cox taking first overall in 20:23.5. Teammates Abigail O’Connor (20:39; 2) and Ella Malone (21:12; 3) rounded out the top three.
Portsmouth’s Ellen Baker was the top Clipper finisher, placing fourth in 21:14.3. Angela Hagstrom was sixth for the Clippers (22:21).
Coe-Brown won the girls meet with 18 points. Portsmouth was second with 43 points, followed by Bow with 83.