The St. Thomas Aquinas ladies’s soccer staff went undefeated within the common season and certified for the Division III championship recreation for the second straight 12 months.

    Though the top-seeded Saints misplaced to No. 2 Gilford within the championship, they had been effectively represented within the all-state drafts voted by the New Hampshire Soccer Coaches Affiliation.

    After:Saint-Thomas d’Aquin ladies’s soccer fail in Division III league recreation

    St. Thomas Aquinas had six gamers from all Division III states, together with 4 within the first staff. Goalkeeper Abby Rayder, defender Julianna Grellal, midfielder Ella Pottle and striker Maddie Karsonovich had been all first-team choices.

    Kate Burress, a midfielder, was named to the second staff, and defender Katharine Dornan was an honorable point out choice.

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    Exeter's Lauren Roeder, right, seen here after Exeter's Division I semi-final win over Timberlane, was an all-state Division I first-team selection.

    Exeter, who certified for the Division I Championship recreation, had three members within the all-state first staff, together with Callie Neils (midfielder), Lauren Roeder (midfielder) and Emma Smith (ahead) .

    After:Bedford beat Exeter, 1-0, within the Division I Ladies’s Soccer Championship

    Avery Allard (defence, second staff) and Nola Fletcher (defence, honorable point out) from Exeter had been additionally honored.

    Portsmouth defender Bella Slover was positioned within the first staff, whereas teammates Annie Parker (ahead, second staff), Haley Coombs (goalkeeper, honorable point out) and Avery Ruhnke (midfielder, honorable point out) additionally been honoured.

    Dover defender Zoe Wisniewski was second staff and Winnacunnet goalkeeper Kate Gagné was an honorable point out.

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    Oyster River defenseman Hailey Bromely was an honorable point out choice.

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    Newmarket Excessive Faculty Ladies’s Soccer Andrew Dawson was named Coach of the Yr. Dawson led the Mules to back-to-back state championships, beating Portsmouth Christian Academy, 1-0.

    Newmarket senior Maggie Moore was a Division IV first-team selection.

    Newmarket’s Morgan Boucher (defender), Olivia Blackadar (midfielder) and Maggie Moore (ahead) have all been named to the primary staff.

    Members of the Newmarket High School girls soccer team rush onto the field after their 1-0 victory over Portsmouth Christian Academy in the Division IV Championship at Bank of New Hampshire Stadium in Laconia.

    Newmarket’s Emma Walkowiak (defence) was named to the second staff, whereas AJ Mulligan (midfielder) acquired an honorable point out.

    “Having 5 gamers chosen for all-state recognition is improbable,” Dawson mentioned. “Validation that this band actually was the actual deal.”

    After:Newmarket Ladies’s Soccer Wins Second Consecutive Division IV Championship

    Portsmouth Christian Academy’s Ella Walsh (goalkeeper) and Lula Wamberg (striker) have each been named to the primary staff. Her teammates Sierra Lignos (defence, second staff) and Tatiana Stockbower (midfielder, second staff) had been additionally honoured.

    Gabrielle Lensky of Somersworth (protection) was an honorable point out choice.

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    Rayder, Smith and Moore made New Hampshire’s roster for subsequent July’s Twin State Lions Cup roster. Dawson was named the staff’s head coach. This annual recreation pits New Hampshire’s high seniors in opposition to their Vermont counterparts.


    Oyster River's Hunter Perry, right, was a Division II first-team selection this season.

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    In Division I, Exeter striker Sam Henry and defender Colin Grant had been each chosen to the primary staff, and team-mates Joe Bernard (goalkeeper) and Jack Herring (midfielder) had been each positioned within the second staff.

    Portsmouth’s Frank Coviello and Winnacunnet’s Willem Belanger had been each honorable point out midfielders, whereas Spaulding’s Cameron Brochu and Dover’s Ethan Trejo had been honorable point out forwards.

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    Oyster River, which gained the Division II state championship, had midfielder Anders Eisenhaure and ahead Hunter Perry named to the all-state first staff.

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