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May 21. 2013 11:25PM

NHIAA boxscores, summaries for May 21

BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

AT NEW IPSWICH

Mascenic 3, Bishop Guertin 2

Match scores: 23-25, 25-22, 25-27, 25-15, 15-12

Highlights: Aidan Loftus (16 kills, 41 digs); Ryan Szczygielski (49 digs); Teddy Claire (six aces, six blocks); Alec O’Connor (six blocks); Tom Stuopis (six aces)

Records: BG, 4-8; M, 4-10.

AT AMHERST

Souhegan 3, Hollis/Brookline 0

Match scores: 27-25, 25-21, 25-23

Highlights: Brian Thibodeau 10 kills, 2 blocks, 2 aces; Ryan Lecours 5 kills, 2 blocks, 1 ace; Aaron Campbell 7 kills 6 blocks;

Alec Paulson 29 assists, 2 blocks

Records: H-B 6-8; Souhegan 6-7

Softball

AT MANCHESTER

Trinity 13, Hanover 1 (6 inns.)

Hanover (6-5) 100 000 —1-8-3
Trinity (8-7) 100 516 —13-10-1

Nicole Stephen (WP) and Hope Willard; Kaylee Rogers (LP), Shauna McGrath (5) and Chrissy Drake

AT WINDHAM

Portsmouth 6, Windham 4 (9 innings)

Ports.(8-7) 001 101 003 — 6-7-5
Windham (10-5) 000 030 001 — 4-11-8

Jousset (WP); Rachel Vafides (LP) and Emily Comtois

HR: Grant

Boys' TENNIS

AT BEDFORD

Division I Quarterfinal

Bedford 9, Bishop Guertin 0

Singles: McKinley Grimes (B) d. Brian Xiao 8-0; Jim Delahunty (B) d. Danny Morrison 8-0; Dan Soucy (B) d. Sam Fordin 8-1;

Zach Anderson (B) d. Chris Zuercher 8-2; Matt Weeks (B) d. Ryan Montbleau 8-2; Ian Horne (B) d. Roshan Tadi 8-1

Doubles: Grimes/Soucy (B) d Xiao/Zuercher 8-1; Delahunty/Horne (B) d Fordin/Roshan Tadi 8-4; Anderson/Weeks (B) d Rishi Tadi/Austin McAndrews 8-2

Team records: Bedford 15-0, Bishop Guertin 8-7

AT CONCORD

Division I Quarterfinal

Concord 5, Pinkerton 1

Singles: Greg Cistulli (C) d Felix Benz 8-0; Justin Toler (C) d Patrick Doolittle 8-2; Evan Hewey (C) d Josh Gaudette 8-6; Mike Thomson (P) d Josh Pifer 8-3; Thomas Bengtson (C) d Sean Hall 8-4; Mattias Lambert (C) d Jack Bisson 9-7.

Team records: Concord 14-1; Pinkerton 8-7

AT KEENE

Division I Quarterfinal

Londonderry 5, Keene 3

Singles: Harrison Max (L) def. Reilly Hay (K) 8-3; Ryan Broderick (L) def. Dan Idelkope (K) 8-2; Tim Court (L) def. Matt Gray (K) 8-1; Matt McKinney (L) def. Will Silverstein (K) 85; Mike Paquette (L) def. Jordan Van Wezel (K) 8-3; Cam Jessup (K) def. Lucus Crowley (L) 8-1. Doubles: Hay/Silverstein (K) def. Max/McKinney (L) 9-7; Idelkope/Gray (K) def. Broderick/Court (L) 9-7; Paquette/Crowley (L) against Van Wezel/Noah Walker (K) 5-3, susp.

Team records: Keene 12-3, Londonderry 12-3

BASEBALL

AT HANOVER

Hanover 5, Souhegan 2

Souhegan (9-7) 001-010-0 - 2-8-0
Hanover (10-5) 100-022-0 - 5-9-1

Isaac Fleming-Steinberg (WP), Joe Cravero (Save, 7) and Cyrus Rothwell-Ferraris; Seth Learned (LP) and Cameron Crook.

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

AT LONDONDERRY

Londonderry 18, Manchester Central 2

Central (3-11) 0- 2- 2
Londonderry (11-5) 12-6-18

Scoring: L - Julia Wasserman 6-2; Steph Borjeson 0-4; Alexa Bedell 2-1; Dominique Breault 1-2; Gabbi Morris 2-0; Molly Koon 2-0; Niki Skov 1-1; Maeve Holland 1-1; Hannah Kearney 1-0; Colleen Kennedy 1-0; Breda Holland 1-0; Chelsea Lewis 0-1; Noelle Lambert 0-1; Sarah Bell 0-1; MC - Thompson 1-1; McGovern 1-0

MC - Amazon 11; L - Sarah Ford 3; Paige Collins 2

AT AMHERST

Souhegan 17, Salem 4

Salem (4-8) 3 1 — 4
Souhegan (14-1) 12 5 — 17

Scoring: Salem - Janelie Borge 1-0, Shari Juranovis 1-0, Kylie Keenan 1-0, Lizzy Twomey 1-0; Souhegan - Madison Learned 6-0, Jamie Wallisch 3-1, Mickenzie Larivee 3-1, Olivia Veillette 2-0, Katie Almeida 2-0, Olivia Durling 1-0

Goalies: Salem - Kara Thomas 10; Souhegan- Megan Kolopsky 6, Sammi Beaudry 2

AT MANCHESTER

Derryfield 16, John Stark 11

Derryfield (10-2), 9-7-16
John Stark (6-6) 6-5-11

Scoring: B.Polgrean 6-0, A.Coler 4-0,E.Caulo 2-1,C.Warner 2-1,P.Carter 1-2, H.Menakaya 1-1; JS-D.Galli 4-0,G.Pezzulo 4-0,S.Valcourt 2-0,C.Poirer 1-0

Goalies: D-Cat Green(7 saves); JS-E.Palmisano

AT EXETER

Pinkerton 15, Exeter 10

Pinkerton (14-3) 10 5 — 15
Exeter (11-6) 7 3 — 10

Scoring: P - Kennedy Daziel 4-2, Erin Coutts 4-0, Sierra Sanchez 3-0, Maggie McCarthy 2-2, Amanda Szostak 2-0; E - Kim Arkell 1-0, Emily Baker 1-1, Jenna Herringen 1-0, Kelly Moran 3-1, Anna Vogt 4-0

Goalies: P - Sarah Lambert 5; E - Sarah Carley 7


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