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Dynamite debut

Senior Adam Dunkley scored goals on his first two career varsity touches, leading Salem to a 5-1 season-opening win over Keene. Dunkley had played football for two seasons and JV soccer last fall.

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Boys Soccer, 08/26/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Great Debut

Tim Polychronopoulos netted the first two goals in Windham's 6-0 opening day win over Hollis-Brookline in his first ever varsity game. The sophomore played for the JV squad last year. Connor O'Neil also scored twice for the Jaguars.

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Boys Soccer, 08/26/16 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Phillips advances

Alex Dziadosz scored one goal and assisted on two others and Phillips Academy beat Hotchkiss 5-1 in the New England quarterfinals.

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Boys Soccer, 11/18/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central Catholic vs. Winchester, Division 2 North semifinals

BURLINGTON — No. 10 Winchester ousted No. 15 Central Catholic 2-1 Monday in the Division 2 North quarterfinals on a goal off a corner kick a minute into overtime.

It was tied 1-1 at the half with the Raider goal by senior midfielder Tristan Hubbard on an assist from co-captain Nick Mroczko, a senior midfielder.  First-year Central coach Michael Bolduc praised junior goalie Justin Dansereau, who had 11 saves, and senior co-captain Will Inirio.  “Justin was phenomenal again,” said Bolduc, who is the Raiders’ third head coach in the last three years. “Will played a great game in the center of the field.”  Central finished up at 8-5-8 while the Sachems improved to 11-4-5.  The Raiders went 2-1 in the tourney, beating Northeast 4-1 in the prelims and stunning No. 2 Burlington, 1-0, in the first round behind Chris Cavanaugh’s goal and nine saves from Dansereau.  It was only Burlington’s (14-2-3) second loss of the fall.  It was a breakout year for CCHS, which was 4-8-4 in 2014 and won only two games in each of the previous three seasons for an overall record of 6-38-9.  Last tourney appearance: 2010 (5-6-8, lost in prelims)  Last winning season: 2009 (7-6-4, lost in prelims)  Last tourney win: 2007 (11-3-5, reached Division 2 North semifinals)

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Boys Soccer, 11/09/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Sachems bow out

Kyle Sedler put Pentucket on the board early with a goal, and the Sachems carried the advantage to halftime. Unfortunately, that's when upset-minded Wakefield kicked it into gear, and the No. 11 seed stormed past the No. 3 Sachems, 2-1, in the quarterfinals of the Division 3 North Tournament.

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Boys Soccer, 11/08/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Londonderry falls in state title game

HOOKSETT — The Londonderry boys soccer team's high-powered offense finally met its match on Saturday, as the Lancers were shut out by Concord 1-0 in the Division 1 state championship game before a packed crowd of 1,890 at Southern New Hampshire University.

Londonderry was held to five shots - just one on goal - and the team's lone corner kick opportunity didn't come until the final minute of the game. The Lancers did have a handful of chances, particularly late, but ultimately couldn't get anything past Concord goalie Dylan Thomson, who is a UNH commit and is widely considered one of the top goalies in New Hampshire.

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Boys Soccer, 11/07/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central stuns 2nd seed

Central Catholic earned one of the biggest wins in program history, ousting second seed Burlington, 1-0, in the Division 2 North first round. Chris Cavanaugh scored on a first-half free kick for the No. 15 Raiders. It was a memorable first goal of the season for the senior defender. Justin Dansereau (9 saves) earned the shutout.

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Boys Soccer, 11/07/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central stuns 2nd seed

Central Catholic earned one of the biggest wins in program history, ousting second seed Burlington, 1-0, in the Division 2 North first round. Chris Cavanaugh scored on a first-half free kick for the No. 15 Raiders. It was a memorable first goal of the season for the senior defender. Justin Dansereau (9 saves) earned the shutout.

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Boys Soccer, 11/07/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Naftal steps in

After Eagle-Tribune all-star goalie Paul DeMaio went down with a freak injury during warmups, sophomore Sam Naftal was called upon to make his first career start in North Andover's state tournament opener against Tech Boston Academy. North Andover won 5-2 after getting two goals each from Cam Twomey and Stephen Stabile along with another from Doug Starett.

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Boys Soccer, 11/06/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Hornets suffer heartbreak

North Reading boys soccer saw a late lead slip away, and fell to Tewksbury 3-2 in overtime in the Division 3 North first round. Kilian Daly scored both Hornets goals.

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Boys Soccer, 11/05/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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