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Allaire delivers

Christian Allaire netted two goals and Brandon Beane scored the other as Timberlane tripped Dover 3-2.

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Boys Soccer, 08/28/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Awesome Arnold

Tanner Arnold had three saves for the shutout and Brian Wong and Kyle Cocciardi scored second-half goals as Windham opened up with a 2-0 win over Hollis-Brookline.

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Boys Soccer, 08/28/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Coutts the hero again, leads Pinkerton to title

HOOKSETT, N.H. — Colin Coutts scored the decisive PK goal in Pinkerton's shootout win over Hanover in the Division 1 semifinals Wednesday.  

He one-upped himself Saturday.

After leaving the game in the first half when a collision caused him a bloody nose, Coutts returned as quick as possible and he netted the game-winner in the 69th minute to lift seventh-seeded Pinkerton 2-1 over top-seeded Manchester Central in the Division 1 boys soccer championship here at Southern New Hampshire University. 

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Boys Soccer, 12/27/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cinderella Astros beat defending champ on PKs, advance to final

EXETER — Kyle Hicks, Chris Ronan, Alex Ebner and Colin Coutts combined to go 4-for-4 in the shootout as seventh-ranked Astros earned a 2-1 decision over third-ranked and defending state champion Hanover in the semifinals.

Hanover (13-5-1) scored on its first penalty kick attempt by Asa Berolzheimer, but tiny keeper Hayden Pavao played like a giant after that. He stopped Luke Strohbehn on the second shot and Hanover goalie on the fourth try of the PKs.

Coutts then beat Mitchell to send the Astros to the finals.

Hicks scored for Pinkerton from 40 yards out but Hanover knotted it midway through the second half.

In overtime, Hicks had two opportunities to score on corner tries and Hanover’s Caldwell was stopped from 10 yards out by Pavao.

EXETER — Penalty kicks can be nerve-wracking for both the penalty taker and goalie, but everything came up roses Wednesday for Pinkerton Academy of Derry.

Kyle Hicks, Chris Ronan, Alex Ebner and Colin Coutts each contributed to a 4-for-4 performance in the shootout to lead the seventh-ranked Astros to a 2-1 decision over third-ranked and defending state champion Hanover in the semifinals of the NHIAA Division I boys’ soccer tournament at Bill Ball Stadium.

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Boys Soccer, 12/27/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Cinderella Astros beat defending champ on PKs, advance to final

EXETER — Kyle Hicks, Chris Ronan, Alex Ebner and Colin Coutts combined to go 4-for-4 in the shootout as seventh-ranked Astros earned a 2-1 decision over third-ranked and defending state champion Hanover in the semifinals.

Hanover (13-5-1) scored on its first penalty kick attempt by Asa Berolzheimer, but tiny keeper Hayden Pavao played like a giant after that. He stopped Luke Strohbehn on the second shot and Hanover goalie on the fourth try of the PKs.

Coutts then beat Mitchell to send the Astros to the finals.

Hicks scored for Pinkerton from 40 yards out but Hanover knotted it midway through the second half.

In overtime, Hicks had two opportunities to score on corner tries and Hanover’s Caldwell was stopped from 10 yards out by Pavao.

EXETER — Penalty kicks can be nerve-wracking for both the penalty taker and goalie, but everything came up roses Wednesday for Pinkerton Academy of Derry.

Kyle Hicks, Chris Ronan, Alex Ebner and Colin Coutts each contributed to a 4-for-4 performance in the shootout to lead the seventh-ranked Astros to a 2-1 decision over third-ranked and defending state champion Hanover in the semifinals of the NHIAA Division I boys’ soccer tournament at Bill Ball Stadium.

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Boys Soccer, 12/27/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Hornets finally return to North finals

 

The North Reading boys soccer team scored early and then survived a penalty-kick showdown Wednesday night to advance to the Division 3 North finals for the first time since 1993 with a 2-1 win overWilmington.

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Boys Soccer, 11/12/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Record tie

Columbia recruit Dylan Mott broke the modern school record (last 30 years) with his 48th career goal. It might be the most memorable of the 48 as it gave Phillips a 1-1 tie with archrival Exeter.

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Boys Soccer, 11/08/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Coveney wins it in OT

Dan Coveney scored two minutes into the first OT off a Nicky Govostes corner kick and North Reading beat Watertown 1-0. Coveney's blast from 20 yards out was his 14th of the year. Billy Brandano (4 saves) had a finger-tip save he deflected off the crossbar in the second half.

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Boys Soccer, 11/07/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Coveney wins it in OT

Dan Coveney scored two minutes into the first OT off a Nicky Govostes corner kick and North Reading beat Watertown 1-0. Coveney's blast from 20 yards out was his 14th of the year. Billy Brandano (4 saves) had a finger-tip save he deflected off the crossbar in the second half.

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Boys Soccer, 11/07/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Mott's Mark

Dylan Mott scored two goals to tie the school career record with 47 and Phillips drubbed New Hampton 8-1. Mott, who also had an assist, is a 5-5, 125-pound senior midfielder from Glen Ridge, N.J. He shares the record with Garnet Hathaway (PA '10), who is a hockey star playing in the AHL.

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Boys Soccer, 11/05/14 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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