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April 17. 2014 11:25PM

NHIAA Roundup: Dubois' homer lifts BG girls over Exeter

Thursday's results

Londonderry 10, Memorial 9
Colebrook 11, LinWood 6
Laconia 11, Somersworth 1
Derryfield 2, Wilton-Lyndeboro 0
Bishop Brady 6, Hillsboro-Deering 5
Bishop Guertin 7, Exeter 0
Raymond 12, Epping 5

Boys’ Lacrosse
Bishop Guertin 18, Exter 12
Derryfield 13, Kennett 0
Laconia 13, Kingswood 11
Man Central 14, Man Memorial 1
Plymouth at Gilford
Hollis/Brookline 17, Monadnock 7
Bishop Brady 8, Pembroke 5
Pinkerton 17, Londonderry 6
Souhegan 16, Salem 3

Girls’ Lacrosse
Hollis/Brookline at Nashua North
Bedford 22, Portsmouth 14
Bishop Brady 12, Merrimack Valley 3
Keene at Bishop Guertin
Kearsarge 14, ConVal 2
Goffstown at Spaulding
Pelham 14, Belmont 13
Windham 15, Souhegan 14

Boys’ Tennis
Concord 9, Memorial 0
Bishop Brady 8, Coe-Brown 1
Profile at Moultonborough

Winnacunnet 8, Salem 1 (Wed.)
Ross Kenney, W, d. Melham Antar, 8-0; Dylan Taylor, W, d. Matt Descoteaux, 8-1; Austin Wilson, S, d. Garrett Bergon, 8-6; Eric Dunn, W, d. Ryan Fredette, 8-4; Brian Schwechheimer, W, d. Jake Poore, 8-1; Nick Minichello, W, d. Brandon Rastello, 8-1. Doubles: Kenney-Taylor, W, d. Antar-Descoteaux, 8-0; Dunn-Schwechheimer, W, d. Wilson-Poore, 9-8 (8-6); Burgon-Minichello, W, d. Fredette-Rastello, 8-3.

Bishop Brady 7, Con-Val 2 (Wed.)
Carl Svensson, CV, d. Raventh Damerla, 8-1; Jack Bryck, BB, d. Daniel Forrest, 8-4; Brendan Bryck, BB, d. Brendan Grenier, 8-2; Logan Sigua, BB, d. Jack Lithgow, 8-1; Nick Vermette, BB, d. Andrew Pierce, 8-4; Thomas McMullin, BB, d. John Colantonio, 8-4. Doubles: Svensson-D. Forrest, CV, def. Damerla-B. Bryck, 8-2; J. Bryck-Sigua, BB, d. Grenior-Pierce, 8-3; Vermette-McMullin, BB, d. Lithgow-Colantonio, 8-3

Derryfield 9, Windham 0
John Cissel d. Joseph Forti, 8-0; Sam Grondin d. Richard Tu, 8-0; Gavin Shilling d. Brian Deranian, 8-0; Max Curtain d. Decen Marino, 8-0; Brock Higley d. Nick Lerchenfeldt, 8-0; Jack O’Leary wins by default Doubles: Cissel/Grodin d. Tu/Forti, 8-1; Shilling/Jack St. Jean d. Deranian/Marino, 8-0; Higley/O’Leary win by default
Records: Derryfield 3-0; Windham 0-3

Concord 9, Memorial 0
Justin Toler d. Kristopher Marineau, 8-4; Thomas Bengtson d. Andrew Tran, 8-2; Evan Hewey d. Duy Dinh, 8-1; Josh Pifer d. Thomas Tran, 8-1; Liam Healy d. Faizon Khalid, 8-3; Adam Bryant d. Derrick Morais, 8-5. Doubles: Toler/Bengtson d Marineau/A. Tran 8-1; Hewey/Pifer d T. Tran/Khalid 9-7; Healy/Bryant d Dinh/Morais 8-5.
Team records: C 5-0, M 1-2

Girls’ Tennis
Pembroke 7, Milford 2
Moultonborough at Profile

Nashua South 8, Timberlane 1
Frannie Skinner, T, d. Katelyn Griswald 8-5; Micaela Baney, NS, d. Michelle Shih, 8-2; Samantha Harden, NS, d,. Meagan Shields, 8-0; Sarah Drake, NS, d. Joy Steenson 8-3; Victoria Ziolek, NS, d. Deanna Bissonette, 8-1; Sarah Allison, NS, def Courtney Parks, 8-0 Doubles: Griswald/Drake, NS, d. Skinner/Steenson, 8-0; Baney/Haney, NS, d. Shih/Shields, 8-2; Ziolek/Allison, NS, def Andrea Ahearn/ Emily Proctor, 8-0

Bishop Guertin 8, Exeter 5, 8 inn.
Laconia 8, Somersworth 4
Wilton-Lyndeboro 10, Derryfield 3
Winnacunnet 11, Nashua South 6
Bishop Brady 9, Hillsboro-Deering 4
Colebrook 13, LinWood 0
Port. Christian 14, Pittsfield 1

Boys' Volleyball
Timberlane 3, Pinkerton 0 (Wed.)
25-20, 25-21, 26-24
Pinkerton (1-1):
Jacob Newman, 4 kills; Cooper Williams, 5 kills; Andrew Lechner, 4 kills, 1 block, Kyle Heidler, 16 assists.

Windham 3, Londonderry 0 (Wed.)
25-12, 25-18, 25-14
Kills: Evan Todd 12, Tucker Lippold 8, Andrew Lowman 7; Blocks: Lowman 6, Lippold 3; Assists: Lippold 20, Jack Grubbs 10; Service points (aces): Tim Erdlen 12 (1), Grubbs 10 (4), Lowman 10 (1); Digs: Erdlen 17. Londonderry: Nick Winn, 4 kills, 2 aces; Spenser Flood, 8 assists, Nick Stevens, 4 kills; Grant Peters, 1 block solo, 1 block assist; Ben Parker, 3 kills.

Hollis/Brookline 3, Bishop Guertin 0
25-15, 25-21, 25-20
Kyle Cushion: 23 attacks/ 11 Kills; Tom Stuopis: 13 assists, 4 blocks; Vadim Beliak: 11 served points (1 ace); Aidan Loftus: 9 serve points (2 aces)
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Friday's schedule

Concord at Nashua South, Pelham at Farmington, Somersworth at Gilford, Goffstown at Souhegan, Keene at Pinkerton, Kennett at Oyster River, Gorham at Lisbon, Groveton at Lin-Wood, Mascoma at Inter-Lakes, Plymouth at John Stark, Winnisquam at Kearsarge, Londonderry at Spaulding, Timberlane at Manchester Memorial, Windham at Milford, Nute at Portsmouth Christian, Pembroke at Portsmouth, Moultonborough at Newmarket, Newfound at White Mountains, Nashua North at Alvirne, Merrimack at Bedford, Prospect Mountain at Berlin, Conant at Campbell, Canaan-Pittsburg at Profile, Coe-Brown at Kingswood, Colebrook at Littleton, Sunapee at Derryfield, Manchester Central at Dover, Pittsfield at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Hillsboro-Deering at Stevens.

Boys’ Lacrosse
Portsmouth at Timberlane, Spaulding at Dover, Stevens at John Stark, Manchester West at Pelham, Merrimack Valley at Pembroke, Hanover at Falmouth (Maine), Bedford at Keene.

Girls’ Lacrosse
Manchester Central at Exeter, Derryfield at Plymouth, Hopkinton at Gilford, Nashua South at Londonderry, Pinkerton at Salem, Manchester Memorial at Concord, Merrimack at Winnacunnet, Pembroke at Merrimack Valley, Timberlane at Keene.

Boys’ Tennis
Gilford at White Mountains, Windham at Goffstown, Portsmouth at Hollis/Brookline, Londonderry at Pinkerton, Milford at Oyster River, Pelham at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Plymouth at Pembroke, Manchester Memorial at Bedford, Berlin at Prospect Mountain, Conant at Portsmouth Christian, Souhegan at Derryfield, Exeter at Merrimack, Inter-Lakes at Kingswood, Sanborn at Kearsarge, Spaulding at Dover, Winnacunnet at Timberlane.

Girls’ Tennis
Bedford at Manchester Memorial, Stevens at Conant, Coe-Brown at Souhegan, White Mountains at Gilford, Goffstown at Windham, Hollis/Brookline at Portsmouth, Kingswood at Inter-Lakes, Kearsarge at Sanborn, Pinkerton at Londonderry, Wilton-Lyndeborough at Pelham, Pembroke at Plymouth, Laconia at Littleton, Oyster River at Milford, Timberlane at Winnacunnet.

Girls’ Softball
Prospect Mountain at Berlin, Groveton at Lin-Wood, Hillsboro-Deering at Stevens, Mascoma at Inter-Lakes, Kennett at Oyster River, Spaulding at Londonderry, Manchester Memorial at Timberlane, Moultonborough at Newmarket, Newfound at White Mountains, Portsmouth Christian at Nute, Winnacunnet at Salem, Conant at Campbell, Canaan-Pittsburg at Profile, Coe-Brown at Kingswood, Winnisquam at Kearsarge, Pinkerton at Keene, Windham at Milford, Pelham at Farmington, Pembroke at Portsmouth, Pittsfield at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Alvirne at Nashua North, Bedford at Merrimack, Dover at Manchester Central, Somersworth at Gilford, Goffstown at Souhegan, Gorham at Lisbon, Colebrook at Littleton, Nashua South at Concord, Sunapee at Derryfield.

Boys’ Volleyball
Bishop Guertin at Hollis/Brookline, Salem at Timberlane, Windham at Souhegan, Keene at Pinkerton, Mascenic at Londonderry.

Tori Dubois highlighted a three-run eighth-inning rally with a two-run homer to lead Bishop Guertin of Nashua to an 8-5 Division I softball decision over Exeter Thursday.

Keala Eichhols staked Exeter to an early lead with a three-run first-inning homer. Teammate Julia Fieldsend had two hits for the Blue Hawks. Dubois led BG’s 12-hit attack with four hits and Gina Pustizzi add three more.

Boys’ lacrosse

Bishop Brady 8, Pembroke 5: In Pembroke, freshman Glenn Dion and junior Zach Blye had a goal and assist for Pembroke. Kam Anderson had two goals. and Nick Serafin scored one goal.

Souhegan 16, Salem 3: In Salem, the 2-0 Sabers defeated the 0-2 Blue Devils thanks to one goal and seven assists from Mack Walker, and four goals and one assist from Mitch Hale. Brendan Cray collected three goals in the win and teammates Joe Nutting and Trevor Barrett each had two goals. Chayce Horton, Blake Burnley, Zach Bossi, Jack Rives and Mike Hayden each had one goal. Souhegan goalies Nick King, Alex Burnley and Alex Maresco combined for five saves. James Harris, Matt Ayotte and Oliver Ouellette each scored for Salem.

Derryfield 13, Kennett 0: In Manchester, Grant Alenson tallied five goals and Jim O’Brien collected five assists in the season opener for the Cougars, the defending Division III champs.

Mike Chiasson had four goals and one assist while Tyler Zorn (two assists), Griffin Phaneuf (one assist), Lee Sites and Matt Dubreuil each tallied once. Drew Johnson had one assist and Derryfield goalie Allen Mello turned back five shots.

Manchester Central 14, Manchester Memorial 1: At Chabot-McDonough Field, Jackson McCormack collected four goals and two assists for the 1-2 Little Green. Connor Rowley scored four times and Julio Rincon garnered two goals and two assists. Mark Beirne, Niko Kacavas and Ross Lougee each had one goal and one assist. Logan Howe scored once and Zach Elliot added one assist. Central goalie Myles Myrdek had seven saves and Memorial netminder Kyle VandeBogart added six saves.

Memorial’s lone goal was scored by Tintle McIntyre.

Bishop Guertin 18, Exeter 12: On Wednesday in Exeter, the Cardinals received five goals and three assists from Connor Donahue to defeat the Blue Hawks.

Tom Hurley added four goals and a helper, John Miller had three goals and an assist, and Alex Astarita registered a goal and three assists. Tim Hinrichs added two goals for BG, which broke open a close game with eight goals in the third quarter.

Girls’ lacrosse

Goffstown 19, Spaulding 6: In Rochester, Goffstown (1-1) defeated Spaulding (0-2) thanks to four goals from McKenzie Chu and Anne Steckowych. Sydney Gagnon and Lexi Foster each had three goals. Bri Proulx and Sydney Dubois each contributed two goals and Alyssa Bourque had one.


Wilton-Lyndeborough 8, Derryfield School 2: In Wilton, Pat Martin led the winners (2-0) with two hits. Derryfield (0-2) was led by Sawyer Strong, with three hits, and Kyle Slevira, with two.Bishop Guertin 7, Exeter 0: In Nashua, BG starter Jason Ferlan allowed four hits over six innings. He allowed two walks and fanned nine on 95 pitches. BG’s eight-hit attack was led by Matt Tierney with three RBIs. He had a two-run single in the sixth inning.

The Cardinals improved to 2-0, while Exeter dropped to 2-1.

Londonderry 10, Manchester Memorial 9: Rob Del Signore drove in four runs on three hits to lead the Lancers to their eighth inning win. Colby Joncas contributed two hits to the winning cause. Memorial trailed early, 7-0, but battled back with six seventh inning runs to tie the game at 9-9.

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