HAMPTON – There was a little rain just before the start of Thursday’s field hockey game between rivals Exeter and Winnacunnet.
There was a lot of Frost at the end of it.
Junior Jen Frost scored the game-tying goal with 38 seconds left in regulation, and won the game with 16 seconds left in overtime as the Warriors edged Exeter, 3-2.
“She’s a quiet player, but she gets the job done,” Winnacunnet head Coach Heidi Hand said. “She has shown tremendous improvement from last year. She makes herself known on the field now.”
Abby Wilber also scored for the Warriors, who got 12 saves from goalie Amber Morgado.
Addison MacNeil and Dani Caron scored for Exeter.
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PORTSMOUTH – The Clippers suffered their first loss of the season as the visitors scored the game-winning goal with 3:30 left in regulation.
Portsmouth is now 8-1 on the season.
Portsmouth’s Sydney Moreau scored on an assist from Sophie Berling in the fourth quarter to tie the game.
Portsmouth goalie Samara Buck had seven saves. Alex Sirles, Tali Burke and Audrey Walsh all played well in defeat.
PORTSMOUTH – Avery Rhunke scored an unassisted goal as the Clippers earned this Division I win.
Portsmouth goalie Haley Coombs had six saves, while Charlotte Hackett, Avery Timerman and Morgan Ruhnke all played well on defense.
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PORTLAND, Maine – Jack Peyroni scored two unassisted goals but Traip was doubled up in this Class C South contest.
Both Traip and Waynflete are now 5-1 on the season.
Traip goalie Jack Downs had seven saves.
HAMPTON – Jessica Gelbstein had 16 digs and Alicia Lewis had 10 for Winnacunnet in this Division I loss.
Individual game scores were 25-17, 25-17, 25-16. WHS’ Scarlett Orluk had six kills.
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