Wildcats Edge Green
Hanover — New Hampshire’s A.J. Albers scored with 4:17 remaining in double overtime as the Wildcats defeated the Dartmouth College men’s soccer team, 2-1, on Tuesday evening at Burnham Field.
UNH (10-5, 3-2 America East) scored the opening goal with 32:40 remaining in the first half. The Wildcats’ Cameron Bielski sent a through ball to forward David Schlatter, who beat Dartmouth keeper James Hickok with a low shot after the keeper attempted to contest the shot.
With less than two minutes remaining in the half, the Big Green (5-5-4, 0-4 Ivy) found the back of the net to tie the contest at one. Senior Colin Heffron dribbled the ball into the UNH zone and chipped a cross to the head of senior Patrick Murray with 1:20 left.
Murray was hanging around the New Hampshire net prior to the goal, pressuring the UNH defense, which allowed him to get open for the shot.
The Big Green finished with an 11-6 advantage in shots. Hickok made three saves, while UNH’s Giovani Riello made four stops.
Wheaton 1, Colby-Sawyer 0
New London — Colby-Sawyer (8-7-2) lost to Wheaton (13-5) in non-conference action.
Ben Altneu’s goal off a corner kick in the 25th minute lifted the Lyons, who outshot Colby-Sawyer 28-4 and had a 12-1 edge in corners.
Johnson & Wales 1
New London — Colby-Sawyer (20-9) defeated Johnson & Wales (12-19) by scores of 26-24, 25-19, 19-25 and 25-18 for its 10th 20-win season in 11 years.
Emilee McBride recorded a match-high 13 kills to lead the Chargers, and teammate Courtney O’Hara added 10 kills and added a match-best four blocks.
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Food Drive in Hanover
Hanover — Hanover High will hold a canned food drive for The Haven at its NHIAA Division I playoff game on Thursday against Manchester Memorial.
Game time is 5:30 p.m.