High School Soccer Roundup: Results from WLC, Conant, ConVal and Mascenic

  • The Wilton-Lyndeborough girls' soccer team hosted Mount Royal on Friday. Staff photo by Ben Conant

Published: 9/11/2019 11:21:59 AM

ConVal 2, John Stark 0

The Cougars are still undefeated after shutting out the Generals on Tuesday at John Stark.

Nikki Bell had a goal and an assist for the second straight game; Eva McCullough scored and Kara Keiper had an assist.

Kendall Larson and Ayla Laro continue to hold down the ConVal defensive line in front of Mairin Burgess. Burgess made eight saves Tuesday and has only allowed one goal this season.

Meara McClusky played a “wicked” game in the midfield, head coach Curt Martens said.

“Fantastic job winning the ball and passing from her in the middle of the field,” Martens said.

ConVal (3-0) hosts Milford (3-0) on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Conant 2, Fall Mountain 2

The Orioles played the Wildcats to a tie at Fall Mountain under the lights Tuesday night, with both goals coming from senior Jillian Patria.

“Overall a strong team performance,” said head coach Adam Patria, adding that Kim Chea, Megan Graff and Heather Gonyea made strong individual contributions.

Conant (1-2-1) is at Somersworth (0-1-1) Friday.

WLC 8, Epping 1

The Warriors’ stellar start continued Monday as WLC traveled to defending champion Epping and returned with an 8-1 win. 

Elisabeth Jacob, Sam Yurcak, and Sophia Sistachs each scored two goals;  Sam Boette and Abby Dowling each added one goal apiece. Boette and Sistachs had three assists each and Jacob, Yurcak and Dowling had one each.

Rama Koudsi made three saves. 

Bri Fish was outstanding as the defensive holding midfielder, said head coach Dan Ayotte. 

The Warriors had 37 shots, with 23 on net. 

WLC (4-0) plays at Pittsfield (0-1) Wednesday afternoon and travels to Portsmouth Christian (1-1) on Friday.


ConVal 3, Plymouth 0

ConVal head coach Josh Smith called Tuesday’s road win at Plymouth a “dominant performance.”

The Cougars got two goals in the first half from senior midfielder August Marshall, assisted by Connor Close and Colby Knight. Senior midfielder Finn Wegmueller added another in the second half off a Knight assist.

Mather Kipka made a great save on a first-half volley that would have tied the game. ConVal outshot Plymouth 20 to 5.

ConVal (4-0) is at Milford (2-1-1) Friday at 6 p.m.

Mascenic 6,
Fall Mountain 1

Mascenic got two goals from sophomore Jack Cocozella, a goal apiece from seniors Nate Wilkins, Matt Wilkins and Dylan Vaillancourt, and another from freshman Joe Cocozella as the Vikings rolled over Fall Mountain 6-1 on Tuesday.

The Vikings (2-1) host Conant for homecoming Saturday at 1 p.m.

Hillsboro-Deering 6,
Conant 1

Between driver’s ed and injuries, Conant’s roster was severely depleted against Hillsboro-Deering on Tuesday, and the result was a 6-1 loss.

“The bright spot was we generated a lot more offense opportunities in this game than we did in our opener,” said head coach Dan Bemis.

Jacob Tremblay scored on a penalty kick for the Orioles.

Conant (0-2) hosts Trinity (3-0) Thursday at 4 p.m.

WLC 7, Epping 0

The WLC boys have still not allowed a goal this season as they shut out Epping Monday to improve to 4-0. 

Jack Schwab scored twice for Wilton before the second-half double-teams he’s received all season descended on him; Matt Hadley also scored two goals, and Kenny Begley, Sam Townsend and Dominic Hutchinson all scored, Hutchinson’s on a deep shot from nearly midfield. 

Goalie Joe Krug made four saves in the shutout as WLC’s defense continues to impress, locking down Epping striker Michael Picard. 

Defender Evan Altsberg had a great game, Warrior coach Kristin Schwab said. 

WLC (4-0) has outscored opponents 29-0 so far this year. The Warriors host Conant Monday at 4 p.m.

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