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Local roundup: Hanover volleyball enjoys the great outdoors

  • The Hanover High volleyball team competes against host Fall Mountain in the NHIAA's first outdoor match on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020, in Langdon, N.H., The Marauders came away with a 3-1 victory.

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Published: 9/24/2020 10:10:51 PM
Modified: 9/24/2020 10:10:44 PM

LANGDON, N.H. — The members of the Hanover High volleyball program can now say they understand both the ins and outs of the game.

The Marauders overcame a first-set loss Thursday afternoon and defeated host Fall Mountain in four sets, 25-23, 26-24, 25-12 and 25-22. The win came in the first outdoor volleyball match in New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association history. 

“With the differences between indoor and outdoor volleyball, this was a different kind of challenge for the girls,” said fourth-year Hanover coach Megan McFarland. “As a team, they looked more cohesive than ever and played as a real unit. All 10 players contributed to a real team win in a first-of-its-kind match.”

Division II Hanover (2-0) swept the D-III Wildcats on Monday night in their season opener. On Thursday, Fall Mountain took the first set but the Marauders used Esther Hacker’s 10-kill performance to fuel a comeback. 

Katie Peterson tallied four aces and had 24 digs for Hanover. Emily Gammell and Talia Daft each posted five aces. 

The Marauders visit Stevens on Monday night. 

Sunapee 3, Stevens 0

SUNAPEE — The Lakers swept the visiting Cardinals, 25-13, 25-16 and 25-17. 

Senior Emily Anderson served eight aces for Stevens, which hosts Hanover on Monday night.

 

GIRLS SOCCERNewport 2, Mascoma 1

WEST CANAAN — Playing for the second time in three days, the Tigers used goals from Bella Coffin and Riley Skarin to sweep the season series. 

Newport (2-0) also received help on the offensive end with Alicia Urista and Cassie Sanborn each recording an assist. 

Madisun LaCasse scored Mascoma’s lone goal. The Royals drop to 0-3 on the season and host Newfound on Saturday morning. 

The Tigers pay a visit to Lebanon on Monday.

BASS FISHINGLebanon misses cut

MOULTONBOROUGH, N.H. — Competing in the NHIAA qualifying round on Lake Winnipesaukee the Raiders caught one fish for a total weight of 1.34 pounds and fell shorts of making next month’s state championship tournament. 

Bishop Guertin won the qualifier, held on Lake Winnipesaukee, with eight fish and a total weight of 17.58 pounds. The top 10 teams advance to the state championship in Wentworth, N.H., on Oct. 3. 




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