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April 07. 2014 10:40PM


Londonderry tops Memorial in NHIAA tennis opener

Tim Court of Londonderry returns a shot against Duc Tran of Manchester Memorial during an early season match up on Monday afternoon in Londonderry. (Bruce Preston / Union Leader.)

Ryan Broderick of Londonderry returns a shot against Kris Martineau of Manchester Memorial during an early season match up on Monday afternoon in Londonderry. (Bruce Preston / Union Leader.)

Duc Tran of Manchester Memorial makes a strong serve against Tim Court of Londonderry during an early season match up on Monday afternoon in Londonderry. (Bruce Preston / Union Leader.)

Londonderry picked up wins in four of six singles matches to start the NHIAA tennis season with a 6-3 win over Manchester Memorial in Division I boys' play Monday.

Ryan Broderick, Tim Court, Matt McKinney and Cam Lathen earned the wins for the Lancers (1-0).



Londonderry 6, Man. Memorial 3

Singles: Ryan Broderick (L) d. Kristopher Marineau, 8-1; Tim Court (L) d. Duc Tran, 8-0; Matt McKinney (L) d. Duy Dinh, 8-0; Thomas Tran (M) d. Dan Pleva, 8-2; Saizon Khalid (M) d. Vinny Annu, 8-2; Cam Lathen (L) d. Brady Sufat, 8-6

Doubles: Court/McKinney (L) d. Marineau/D. Tran, 8-1; Broderick/Pleva (L) d. T. Tran./Khalid, 8-6; Dinh/Derek Morais (M) d. L. Velie/J. Mayer, 8-0

Records: Londonderry 1-0; Memorial 0-1


Derryfield School 9, Milford 0

Singles: John Cissel d. Gordon Shenk, 8-0; Sam Grodin d. Leelabutra Paradon, (win by injury default, 0-1); Gavin Schilling d. Kyle Leach, 8-1; Max Curtain d. Andrew Fuhs, 8-0; Brock Higley d. James Halstead, 8-1; Jack O'Leary d. Niko Giokas, 8-1

Doubles: Cissel/Grodin d. Shenk/Leach, 8-4; Jerry Xiong/Curtain d. Giokas/Fuhs, 8-1; Ethan Chen/Jack St. Jean d. Halstead/Jared Blanc, 8-2

Records: Derryfield 1-0; Milford 0-1


Manchester Central 5, Alvirne 4

Singles: Matt O' Brian (A) d. Howard Sevey, 8-5; Max Larocque (MC) d. Raul Stedile, 8-4; Andrew Wu (MC) d. Jared Whalen, 8-5; Colin Calnan (A) d. d. Jason Davison, 8-6; Ashish Gurung (MC) d. Chris Murphy, 8-0; Sam Bonney (A) d. James Glenn 8-2

Doubles: Sevey/Larocque (MC) dft. O'Brian/Stedile, 8-5; Wu/Davison (MC) d. Whalen/Bonney, 8-6; Calnan/Henry Williams (A) d. Glenn/Pete Nakos 8-6

Records; Manchester Central 1-0; Alvirne 0-1


Exeter 6, Nashua North 3

Singles: Jacob Arikian (N) def. Chris Lietz (E) 8-3; Cam Maher (E) def. Sam Kluger (N) 8-2; Ty Cloyd (E) def. Ethan Kim (N) 8-0; Marc Cochran def. David Grossman (N) 8-4; Connor King (N) def. Tucker Guen (E) 9-8; Eric Schleicher (E) def. Zachariah Fahsi (N) 8-2

Doubles: Arikian/Kluger (N) def. Maher/Cloyd (E) 9-8 (7-4); Lietz/M. MacDonald (E) def. Kim/Grossman (N) 8-3; Cochran/Guen (E) def. King/Fahsi (N) 8-3

Records: Exeter 1-0; North 0-1


Bedford 9, Bishop Guertin 0

Singles: Dan Soucy (B) d. Brian Xiao 8-1; Zach Anderson (B) d. Jason Lutcza 8-3; Ian Horne (B) d. Rishi Yemme 8-2; Andrew Allen (B) d. Ryan Montbleau 8-2; Tim Weeks (B) d. Peter Scannell 8-1; Zach Gould (B) d. John Krapian 8-0

Doubles: Soucy/Allen (B) d. Xiao/Yemme 8-1; Anderson/Horne (B) d. Lutcza/Montbleau 8-3; Gould/Mike Soucy (B) d. Krapian/Kyle Carbonneau 8-0

Records: Bedford 1-0; BG 0-1


Keene 9, Nashua South 0

Singles: Reilly Hay d. Kaushil Patel 8-3; Matt Grey d. Brandon Stempler 8-6; Patrick Hamill d. Sumeet Salvi 8-4; Will Silverstein d. Brian Barrows 8-0; Cam Jessup d. Sam McIntyre 8-6; Noah Waller d. Kunal Shah 8-1

Doubles: Hay/Silverstein d. Patel/Stempler; Hamill/Waller d. Salvi/Barrows; Grey/Jessup d. McIntyre/Shah

Records: Keene 1-0, Nashua South 0-1


Concord 8, Dover 1

Singles: Justin Toler (C) d. Bill Tong, 8-2; Evan Hewey (C) d. Reed Laakso 8-0; Josh Pifer (C) d. Carter Medeiros, 8-3; Thomas Bengtson (C) d. Jack Roemer, 8-0; John Quinn (D) d. Liam Healy, 8-5; Adi Gandhi (C) d. Ian Anderson 8-4.

Doubles: Toler/Bengtson (C) d Tong/Medeiros 8-6; Hewey/Gandhi (C) d. Laakso/Roemer 9-7; Pifer/Healy (C) d. Quinn/Anderson 8-0.

Records: Concord 1-0, Dover 0-1


Bow 8, Sanborn 1

Singles: Zach Zbehlik (B) d. Devin Michaud, 8-0; Tim Bradley (B) d. Tommy Woodhouse, 8-2; Ben Maurer (B) d. Kyle Gelina, 8-3; Nathan Louf (B) d. Jared L'Antigua, 8-5; Jacob Huppe (B) d. Ethan Johnson, 8-1; Dave Anderson-Nelson (B) d. Jeff Evans 8-0

Doubles: Zbehlik/Louf (B) d. Michaud/Woodhouse, 8-0; Bradley/Maurer (B) d. L'Antigua/Tommy Nadeau, 8-1; Gelina/Johnson (S) d. Josh DeYoung/Harrison Buck, 8-6

Girls' tennis


Timberlane 6, Spaulding 3

Singles: Frannie Skinner (T) d. Jane Douglas 8-6; Michelle Shih (T) d. Lyndsee Thompson 8-4; Casey Ford (S) d. Maggie Shields 8-5; Joy Steenson (T) d. Tiffany Fifield 8-3; Haley Cronshaw (S) d. Deanna Bisssonette 8-5; Heather Edgecomb (T) d. Acacia Giberson 8-2

Doubles: Skinner/Steenson (T) d Douglas/Thompson 8-6; Shih/Shields (T) d. Fifield/Giberson 8-4; Ford/Katie Barnes (S) d. Edgecomb/Courtney Parks 8-2

Records: Timberlane 1-0; Spaulding 0-1


Bedford 8, Bishop Guertin 1

Singles: Grace Goyette 9-8 (7-1) (BG) d. Julie Aichinger; Abby Ramsay (Bed) d. Amelia Fallon 8-1; Anna Corrao (Bed) d. Maddie Gilbertson 8-0; Anitha Machupalli (Bed) d. Paige Kennett 8-2; Anli Zhang (Bed) d. Emily Torin 8-0; Sydney Fontaine (Bed) d. Kiki Murphy 8-2

Doubles: Aichinger/Corrao (Bed) d. Goyette/Gilbertson 8-4; Machupalli/Zhang (Bed) d. Fallon/Kennett 8-1; Ramsay/Fontaine (Bed) d. Clair Mutty/Lizzy Sheehan 8-1

Records: Bedford 1-0; BG 0-1

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