Scores and recaps for Nov. 5
∎ The ConVal girls soccer team lost to Hanover in sudden death penalty kicks after playing 100 minutes 0-0. Maura Rapposelli, Jordan Kania, Jess Nerz and Bailey Guinn all scored in the PK round.
“The girls played as a team and played their hearts out,” head coach Cher McLelland said. “It was a successful season with a winning record, lots of growth and lots of potential for seasons to come.”
∎ The WLC boys soccer team lost to bitter playoff rival Lisbon 1-0 on Thursday. The only goal of the game came on a Jackson Smith direct kick with eight minutes remaining.
∎ Mascenic’s girls volleyball team was upset by Newfound 3-0 on Thursday. Interestingly enough, not one of the winning DIII volleyball teams – including upsets – lost a single game in the first playoff round.
∎ WLC’s girls volleyball team also lost in the first round; they went down 3-0 to heavily favored 2-seed Sunapee; the Lakers since advanced to the final four.
∎ Conant’s cross-country team sent one member, senior Colby Whitcomb, to the Meet of Champions. Whitcomb finished 102nd with a time of 17:52.
∎ ConVal also sent two members of the cross-country team to the Meet of Champions. Senior Courtney Fisher finished 60th with a time of 20:36, while fellow senior Rowan Wilson finished at 83 with a time of 21:01.
∎ ConVal’s football team lost to John Stark on Saturday 40-6. The Cougars finished the season winless at 0-9.
∎ The Shattuck Golf Club Championship matches are complete. The new Club Champion is George Slyman of New Ipswich. Slyman advanced to the final by defeating former champion John Angelini in the semi-final match 3 and 1. He faced Trevor Somero of New Ipswich in the final, and prevailed 3 and 1. The A flight was won by Sean McGlynn over Mike Farhm. Bob Kelly of Rindge defeated John Gordon of Marlborough in the B flight. The Senior club champion is Allen Leach of Jaffrey.
∎ The Dublin Girls’ Soccer team played Stoneleigh Burnam School in the River Valley Athletic League quarterfinals last week. Although Dublin put up a good fight, they lost the game 6-2. Both of Dublin’s goals were scored by Mylisha Drayton, who was also designated as “Woman of the Match.”