High schools: Saturday’s hockey results

FILE – Concord’s Jaden Haas (5) carries the puck up the ice during the third-place game at the Brian C. Stone Memorial Christmas Tournament at JFK Coliseum in Manchester on Dec. 28. Exeter defeated Concord, 4-3, to win the bronze.

FILE – Concord’s Jaden Haas (5) carries the puck up the ice during the third-place game at the Brian C. Stone Memorial Christmas Tournament at JFK Coliseum in Manchester on Dec. 28. Exeter defeated Concord, 4-3, to win the bronze. RICH MIYARA / NH Sports Photography

Published: 01-28-2024 1:19 AM

Boys’ Hockey

Concord 3, Bedford 0

Key players: Concord – Jaden Haas (2 goals), AJ Dow (goal), Cam Chandonnet (assist), Chad Lariviere (assist), Carter Doherty (assist), Luukas Mayer (goalie)

Highlights: Haas scored two minutes into game to give the Tide a 1-0 lead, and Dow and Haas netted goals in the third to ice the victory.

Coach’s quote: “We played well tonight. The third period was our best. We really took over in the third not allowing a shot. A really good team effort tonight.” – Concord’s Dunc Walsh

Records: Concord 7-0-1; Bedford 4-5-0

Bow 4, Nashua North-Souhegan 3

Key players: Bow – Brodie O’Neil (2 goals), Landon Wescott (goal), Patrik Jurcins (goal), Owen Webber (2 assists), Billy Smethurst (2 assists), Aidan Labrecque (assist), Luke Virta (assist), Mason Marquis (goalie)

Highlights: The Falcons trailed 3-2 at the end of the second period, but came back in the third to win their fourth game out of their last five.

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Records: Bow 8-3; North-Souhegan 4-4

Girls’ Hockey

Concord 8, ConVal-Conant 0

Key players: Concord – Addison MacNevin (goalie)

Coach’s quote: “We had a good team win highlighted by some first goals for some players and a shutout for our goalie.” – Concord’s Kate Billings

Records: Concord 4-4; ConVal-Conant 0-8