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Owls on top

Bella Keogh scored a pair of goals and Arden Ferrari-Henry made eight saves as Timberlane raced to a 2-0 lead and held off Bishop Guertin, 2-1. Mia Morrier, Maia Parker, Ella Lampron and Emma Norcott anchored a stellar defensive effort by the Owls.

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Girls Soccer, 09/15/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Owl rally falls short against Bishop Guertin

TIMBERLANE – Owning a roster loaded with Division II state championship experience, chances were Timberlane wouldn’t cower when facing Division I adversity.

And while they saw their 13-game winning streak come to an end Friday night in a 23-20 defeat to Bishop Guertin, the Owls proved more than capable of hanging against New Hampshire’s best with a stirring second-half rally.

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Football, 09/10/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Ponzini nets two

Sophia Ponzini scored two unassisted goals, Sedona Lee scored once and Windham field hockey topped Bishop Guertin 3-0. Annie Mitchell made two saves for the winners, while freshman Ella Gallinelli excelled on defense.

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Field Hockey, 09/03/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Troisi stops 12

Salem's Lyndsay Troisi made 12 saves as the Blue Devils played Bishop Guertin to a 0-0 tie.

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Field Hockey, 08/31/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Jags remain perfect

Windham won its eight straight volleyball match with a convincing three-set rout of Bishop Guertin as Nick Furnari had seven kills and delivered eight sevice aces. Headlining the Jaguars' dominating service performance was Braden Lord with 10 aces wile Kyle Gschwend had six along with 17 assists.

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Boys Volleyball, 05/09/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lydon scored with 1.2 left

Grace Lydon score the game-tying goal with 1.2 seconds left in the game, and Central Catholic played New Hampshire power Bishop Guertin to a 15-15 tie on Monday. Grace Cashman made 16 saves for the winners.

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Girls Lacrosse, 04/19/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Ties own record

Junior captain Briana Danis tied her own school record with a 127-5 in the discus and Pinkerton rolled past Bishop Guertin. Danis also won the shot put (33-9.5) while Jordan Wheaton had personal bests in winning the high jump and 300 hurdles (5-0/48.72).

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Girls Track and Field, 04/06/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros slay BG

Pinkerton erupted for 29 fourth-quarter points to hand perennial power Bishop Guertin its first instate loss of the winter, 74-66. BG had no answers for Elizabeth Lavoie (24 points) and Sydney Gerossie (21). PA is now 12-0 while BG is 10-2 (10-1 in NHIAA play). Pinkerton's last win over the Cardinals was in the 2015 state tourney.

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Girls Basketball, 01/20/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dinges stars in defeat

Ashley Dinges scored 30 points and had 9 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals, but Central Catholic fell to New Hampshire foe Bishop Guertin 73-69. Claire Finney added 16 points (four 3's) for the Raiders.

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Girls Basketball, 01/12/22 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

McDonald runs for 333 yards, Salem rolls over BG

NASHUA — Spearheaded by an historic performance by senior Aiden McDonald, Salem High used a relentless and brutal ground attack to roll over Bishop Guertin, 61-31, in the opening round of the Division I State Tournament, Saturday night at Stellos Stadium.
McDonald was unstoppable, rushing for 333 yards and six touchdowns on just 17 carries. As a team, the Blue Devils rolled up 559 yards on the ground and more than 600 yards of total offense. Despite this, Head Coach Steve Abraham doesn't think his team has played its best football.
"I don't think so," he said. "We're a good team. Everyone thought the sky was falling when we started out 1-2. But Pinkerton is a good team, BG is a good team. We had a couple little things go wrong. We just had to believe in ourselves and we had to get better."
With the win, 3rd-seeded Salem (7-2) advances to the South/West bracket final to face top-seeded Londonderry, a team that has been a thorn in the Blue Devils' side in the post-season over the past several years. Last month, Salem knocked off Londonderry, 35-21. But Abraham knows how little regular season results mean in the tournament. After all, Bishop Guertin shut down Salem, 17-14, back in September. Saturday night was a completely different story.
The 2nd-seeded Cardinals (7-3) actually drew first blood on a 21-yard touchdown run by quarterback Matt Santosuosso (23 carries, 109 yards, 3 TD) on their opening drive. Santosuosso also ran in the 2-point conversion for a brief 8-0 lead.
Salem's response was as swift as it was devastating.
The Blue Devils reeled off 34 straight points, starting with a 44-yard touchdown run by McDonald to cut the lead to 8-7. Early in the second quarter, McDonald added his second score, from 2 yards out before Thomas Ahlers exploded for a 64-yard scoring run and suddenly, Salem had a 20-8 lead.
On any other night, Ahlers would have been the star of the game, finishing with 148 yards and 2 TDs on 11 carries. But this night belonged to McDonald, who scored on runs of 50 yards and 20 yards to help the Blue Devils build a 41-16 halftime lead.
Salem poured it on in the third quarter, with a 7-yard touchdown run by McDonald, his fifth of the game, to push the lead to 48-16.
Adam Gnanou gave Bishop Guertin fans a reason to cheer, with an electrifying 89-yard return for a touchdown on the ensuing kick. Another conversion rush by Santosuosso cut the Salem lead to 48-24. But that was as close as the Cardinals would get.
David Jacques (10 carries, 66 yards) scored on a 4-yard run before McDonald put the exclamation mark on his night with a school-record tying 99-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter. According to school officials, it tied a record for the longest run from scrimmage by a Salem runner last set back in 1973.

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Football, 11/06/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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