Boisvert’s Scoring Paces Lebanon Soccer Victory
Henniker, n.h. — Lebanon High girls soccer coach Shannon Boisvert literally led by example yesterday, scoring two goals and setting up a third in Lebanon-Beverage King’s 3-0 win over Real Futbol Academy in a women’s New Hampshire Soccer conference match at New England College yesterday.
Boisvert, a forward during her high school days at Lebanon, set up Katie Bradford’s goal to get LBK (3-1-1) started, later scoring her team’s other two tallies. Molly McManus and Hannah O’Flynn provided assists on Lebanon’s goal, and Chrissy Drake came up with a five-save shutout in goal.
LBK returns to action against Touchline Women on Thursday.
Fall Mtn. 4, Touchline 2
Langdon, n.h. — Fall Mountain United (2-1-1) rallied from a 2-0 deficit to overturn Touchline V (1-1-0) in an NHSC Division V boys soccer encounter.
Yedne Atkins and P.J. Shaw staked Touchline to a two-goal lead. FMU tied the contest by halftime, then scored twice early in the second half to gain control.
Touchline continues a four-matches-in-five-days stretch by hosting White Mountains SC today and visiting Upper Valley United in Enfield tomorrow.
Goffstown 6, Lebanon 3
New London — Lebanon Post 22 (0-2) wasted a strong outing from pitcher Joe Cravero in its second loss in as many starts.
Cravero threw three-hit ball over seven innings. The Holy Cross-bound righty gave up three runs, but two came on a misjudged line drive that turned int a two-run triple. Cravero finished with 11 strikeouts and four walks. Dalton Campbell, Ben Bates and Cravero all had two hits games for Lebanon, which slapped nine base hits.
The loss came on the heels of a 6-3 defeat on Thursday night to Manchester Post 79 at Gill Stadium abetted by five Lebanon errors. Post 22 visits Merrimack today.
Williamson 17th in R.I.
Rumford, r.i. — Hanover’s Peter Williamson shot an even-par 69 to close his four-day visit to the Northeast Amateur in a tie for 17th place.
Williamson, the Hanover High and Dartmouth College graduate, shot rounds of 73-68-72-69—282, finishing the elite event at 6-over-par 282. University of Alabama junior Cory Whitsett won the tournament at 10-under 266, beating Georgia Tech redshirt senior Bo Andrews by two strokes.
Williamson heads to Atlanta next to play in this week’s Dogwood Invitational.