High schools: Saturday’s hockey, indoor track and wrestling results

Concord’s Carter Doherty (9) fires the puck beneath the stick of Pinkerton’s goalie to score one of his two goals in the Crimson Tide's 7-1 victory at Everett Arena on Saturday. Doherty also had an assist. 

Concord’s Carter Doherty (9) fires the puck beneath the stick of Pinkerton’s goalie to score one of his two goals in the Crimson Tide's 7-1 victory at Everett Arena on Saturday. Doherty also had an assist.  CHIP GRIFFIN / Photos By Chip

Concord’s Sawyer McCready pins Milford’s Kyle Lajoie during a dual meet on Saturday at Windham High School. The Tide swept all three of its duals.

Concord’s Sawyer McCready pins Milford’s Kyle Lajoie during a dual meet on Saturday at Windham High School. The Tide swept all three of its duals. Courtesy of Jay Heath

Published: 02-04-2024 1:31 AM

Boys’ Hockey

Concord 7, Pinkerton 1

Key players: Concord – Carter Doherty (2 goals, assist), Jaden Haas (goal, 2 assists), Cam Chandonnet (4 assists), Michael Barry (1st career goal)

Highlights: Concord jumped out to 3-0 lead in the first period and exchanged a goal apiece with Pinkerton before breaking open the game in the third.

Coach’s quote: “We really came out strong in the first period. I thought the second period we got sloppy but got better in the third. The Doherty-Haas-Chandonnet line had a really good night. It was a good effort tonight. We need to continue to be better defensively.” – Concord’s Dunc Walsh

Records: Concord 9-0-1; Pinkerton 7-7-0

Bishop Guertin 1, Bow 0

Highlights:  The Cardinals scored a goal in the second period to defeat the Falcons.

Records: Bishop Guertin 8-3-1; Bow 8-5-0

Girls’ Hockey

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Hanover 4, Concord 0

Key players: Hanover – Maeve Lee (3 points); Concord – Kaylee DelloIacono (54 saves)

Highlights: Concord held Hanover to 1-0 heading into the third period thanks to fantastic goaltending from DelloIacono.

Coach’s quote: “We came into it knowing Hanover is a strong team and were able to hold them to a one-goal game until the third period where we got sloppy and let a few in. Our goalie, Kaylee, kept us in it and played her best game yet. She continues to improve everyday.” – Concord’s Kate Billings

Records: Hanover 8-3-1; Concord 5-5-0

Boys’ Basketball

Coe-Brown 64, Kingswood 35

Key players: Coe-Brown – Quinn Salter (16 points), Ryan Kouchoukos (13 points), Matt Flanagan (12 points), Jack Matson (11 points, 11 rebounds), James McKane (4 rebounds), Connor Bagnell (4 rebounds)

Highlights:  The Bears picked up their seventh win in a row.

Coach’s quote:  “The score did not represent the closeness and intensity of the game. Only opened up at the end in a total team win with great defense.” – Coe-Brown’s David Smith

Records: Coe-Brown 10-2; Kingswood 5-7

Boys’ Indoor Track

UNH Morning Meet

Key players: John Stark – Rio Calle (1st high jump at 6-0, 5th long jump), Joel Douzanis (2nd shot put), Eli Lemire (2nd 1,000), 4x400 (1st in 3:46); Bishop Brady – Josh Gentchos (2nd 55 dash, 4th 300); Kearsarge – Daniel Dalbec (3rd 1,500); MV – 4x800 (4th)

Highlights:  The top athletes from Belmont, Bishop Brady, Bow, Franklin, John Stark, Kearsarge, MV, Pembroke and Winnisquam competed in their final meet of the season before next Sunday morning’s Division II championship at Plymouth State.

UNH Afternoon Meet

Key players: Concord – Deagan Hines (5th 55 dash), Carter Cutrer (6th high jump), 4x160 (4th)

Highlights:  The Crimson Tide competed in its final meet of the regular season before the Division I championships on Sunday evening. Concord did especially well in the sprints.

Phillips Exeter Academy Meet

Key players: Coe-Brown – Jamie Lano (1st 1,000 in 2:30), Sanjith Nomula (3rd 1,000), Elias Warner (5th shot put), Luc Kerouac (6th 1,000), 4x800 (4th), 4x400 (6th)

Highlights:  Lano ran the fastest 1,000-meter race in D-II in the final meet of the regular season. Coe-Brown will compete in the D-II championship on Sunday.

Girls’ Indoor Track

UNH Morning Meet

Key players: Kearsarge – Maelle Jacques (1st high jump at 5-1, 4th 1,500), Molly Ellison (1st 1,500 in 5:08), Amelia Lefebvre (tied 3rd high jump, 5th 600), Riley Raynes (tied 3rd high jump), 4x400 (1st in 4:34); Bow – Charlotte Larochelle (1st long jump in 15-2.75), Hannah Pawlowski (1st 600 in 1:44), Julia Hou (5th 1,000); John Stark – Anna Chasse (6th 1,000), 4x800 (1st in 11:33); Belmont – Ava Lacasse (5th 55 dash), Adeline Takantjas (6th 55 hurdles), 4x160 (3rd), 4x400 (4th), 4x800 (5th)

Highlights:  The top athletes from Belmont, Bishop Brady, Bow, Franklin, John Stark, Kearsarge, MV, Pembroke and Winnisquam competed in their final meet of the season before next Sunday morning’s Division II championship at Plymouth State.

UNH Afternoon Meet

Key players: Concord – Ella Goulas (1st high jump at 5-5, 4th long jump), Kelley Mikelson (2nd high jump, 6th long jump), Madeline Muller (2nd 600), Morgan Doherty (3rd 55 hurdles, 3rd long jump), Caroline Cooper (5th 55 dash), 4x400 (3rd)

Highlights:  Concord competed in its final meet of the regular season before Sunday evening’s Division I championship. Goulas won the high jump with a state-best mark of 5-5.

Phillips Exeter Academy Meet

Key players: Coe-Brown – Isabelle Grenier (4th shot put), Bristol Shirland (4th 55 hurdles), 4x200 (6th)

Highlights:  The Bears competed in their final meet of the season before Sunday morning’s D-II championship.

Wrestling

Concord 45, Bow 35
Concord 37, Milford 34
Concord 51, Windham 27
Bow 55, Windham 24

Highlights:  Concord and Bow competed at the Windham Duals on Saturday, with the Tide sweeping all three of its matches.

Records: Concord 19-1

John Stark 4th 

Key players: John Stark – Caleb Hauptman (2nd 126), Brayden Menard (3rd 138), Joie Demmons (3rd 106), Alex Descoteau (4th 190), Isaac Coker (4th 285), Lyncoln Jablonski (4th 113), Sean Crean (4th 120), Stephen Johnston (4th 157)

Highlights:  The Generals finished fourth out of 19 teams at the Plymouth Invitational. Natick, Mass. (266.5 points), Plymouth (154), Spaulding, Vt. (151.5) and John Stark (129) were the top four team scores.