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NHIAA Roundup: Sanborn, Milford girls prevail; Alvirne baseball rolls

April 24. 2014 11:41PM
Goffstown pitcher Anna Strong throws against Trinity at Derryfield Park in Manchester on Thursday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
NHIAA Scores, Schedule
Thursday's games

Alvirne 12, Timberlane 2
Pittsfield 16, Wilton-Lyndeboro 15
Salem 2, Winnacunnet 1
John Stark 4, Kingswood 3
Profile 8, Canaan-Pittsburg 3

Boys' Lacrosse
Exeter 10, Salem 4
Kearsarge 7, Lebanon 6
Pinkerton at Memorial
Goffstown 13, Merrimack 8
ConVal 9, Pelham 6
Nashua North at Bishop Guertin
Timberlane at Bow

Girls' Lacrosse
Notre Dame (Hingham, Mass.) 12, Souhegan 6
Pembroke 9, Bishop Brady 7
Dover at Bishop Guertin
Derryfield 19, Pelham 5
Oyster River at Kingswood
Hanover 11, Winnacunnet 10

Girls' Softball
Goffstown 17, Trinity 6
John Stark 5, Kingswood 3
Sanborn 8, Windham 1

Boys' Volleyball
Timberlane 3, Haverhill, Mass. 0

Boys' Tennis
Pinkerton 8, Merrimack 1

Girls' Tennis
Pinkerton 5, Merrimack 4

Friday's games

Bishop Guertin at Manchester Memorial, Pinkerton at Exeter, Franklin at Mascoma, Prospect Mountain at Gilford, Hollis/Brookline at Milford, Keene at Salem, Plymouth at Kennett, Goffstown at Sanborn, Newfound at Kearsarge, Manchester Central at Londonderry, Stevens at Monadnock, Timberlane at Nashua South, Pittsfield at Portsmouth Christian, Trinity at Spaulding, Concord at Winnacunnet, Rivendell at Woodsville, Canaan-Pittsburg at Colebrook, Coe-Brown at Oyster River, ConVal at Souhegan, Newmarket at Derryfield, Nashua North at Dover, Farmington at Berlin, Bow at Campbell.

Boys' Lacrosse
Londonderry at Nashua South, Derryfield at Windham, Hollis/Brookline at Milford, John Stark at Monadnock, Kennett at Kingswood, Goffstown at Timberlane, Manchester West at Trinity, Merrimack at Dover, Oyster River at Portsmouth, Pembroke at Plymouth, Spaulding at Winnacunnet, St. Thomas at Keene, Hanover at Manchester Central.

Girls' Lacrosse
Nashua North at Hollis/Brookline, Londonderry at Salem, Nashua South at Manchester Central, Manchester Memorial at Pinkerton, Goffstown at Windham, St. Thomas at Merrimack, Belmont at ConVal.

Boys' Tennis
Alvirne at Exeter, Derryfield at Coe-Brown, Pinkerton at Concord, Lebanon at Windham, Nashua North at Manchester Central, Bishop Guertin at Nashua South, Plymouth at Trinity, Prospect Mountain at Kingswood, Portsmouth at Manchester West, Dover at Salem.

Girls' Tennis
Windham at Lebanon, Bow at Prospect Mountain,Salem at Dover, Trinity at Plymouth, Manchester West at Portsmouth, Exeter at Alvirne, Concord at Pinkerton.

Girls' Softball
Dover at Nashua North, Exeter at Pinkerton, Prospect Mountain at Gilford, Goffstown at Sanborn, Farmington at Berlin, Kingswood at Hanover, Manchester Memorial at Bishop Guertin, Bow at Campbell, Hollis/Brookline at Milford, Plymouth at Kennett, Londonderry at Manchester Central, Stevens at Monadnock, Nashua South at Timberlane, Canaan-Pittsburg at Colebrook, Coe-Brown at Oyster River, Newfound at Kearsarge, Salem at Keene, Franklin at Mascoma, Windham at Pelham, Pittsfield at Portsmouth Christian, Rivendeoll at Woodsville, ConVal at Souhegan, Newmarket at Derryfield.

Boys' Volleyball
Coe-Brown at Londonderry

P.J. Ross collected four hits to lead Sanborn Regional of Kingston to an 8-1 softball win against host Windham Thursday. Sanborn (4-0) took advantage of eight hits and five errors, scoring five unearned runs. Emily Comtois had a single and double for the 3-1 Jaguars.

Milford 15, Souhegan 13: In Amherst, Milford (3-1) led 10-1 after three innings and 11-5 after four innings. Carley Holtshouser made a game-ending catch for Milford in the bottom of the seventh with tying run on base. Milford collected 12 hits behind Catherine Paul with two hits and three RBIs and Julia Mazzeo with one hit and four RBIs. Jen Dupuis collected three hits and four RBIs. Souhegan (2-2) finished with 16 hits. Valarie Mukai had a grand slam inside-the-park homer in the fifth inning.

Goffstown 7, Pembroke 2: Haeli Campbell led the winners with a three-run homer on Wednesday.


Junior Shannon Murdock of Exeter set a school record in the mile, finishing seventh overall in 4:56.37 in the Penn Relays Thursday at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.

Murdock was in a field of 17 runners nationally.


Alvirne 12, Timberlane 2 (five inns.): In Hudson, winning pitcher Derek Hudson had two hits and four RBIs. On the mound, he fanned six and allowed three hits and walked three on 85 pitches. He picked off a runner for good measure. Dan Brown, Matt McKinley and Robbie Flohr led Alvirne (1-3) with two hits each.

Salem 2, Winnacunnet 1: In Salem, winning pitcher Matt Meisner allowed three hits over seven innings. He walked two and fanned nine. Meisner also drove in a run. Winnacunnet starter Connor MacHardy pitched well in defeat, allowing two hits over five innings. He fanned 11 batters.

ConVal 3, Hollis/Brookline 1 (Wednesday): Ivan Clough pitched seven innings, allowing five hits and one run.

Boys' lacrosse

Derryfield 18, Trinity 1: In Manchester, Mike Chiasson led the winners with six goals and four assists. Jimmy O'Brien followed with two goals and five assists for the 3-0 Cougars, who led 14-1 at halftime. Grant Alenson had two goals and three assists, Tyler Zorn had two goals and two assists and, Griffin Phaneuf and Peter Thompson contributed two goals each.

Will Sheppard scored the lone goal for Trinity (2-1).

Goffstown 13, Merrimack 8: Goffstown (1-1) defeated Merrimack (2-3) behind five goals and three assists from Jack Carney. Matt Coburn scored three goals for Merrimack.

Girls' lacrosse

Bishop Guertin 20, Dover 4: In Nashua, BG (4-0) was led by Averi Farhat with five goals and three assists. Kyra Lowenberg tallied four goals.

Derryfield 19, Pelham 5: Polly Carter led the Cougars (3-0) with five goals and three assists. Madi Kochanek added four goals and three assists and Brynn Polgrean collected four goals. Emma Garfield added two goals in the win. Brooke Paradis led Pelham with two goals.

Notre Dame (Hingham, Mass.) 12, Souhegan 6: At UMass-Lowell, Mickenzie Larivee led the Sabers with three goals. Madison Learned and Olivia Durling each had two goals. Jesse Jay and Jocelyn Donohue each netted a goal.

Girls' tennis


Dover 5, Salem 4

Singles: Katelyn Griswold (D) d. Derika Joseph, 8-4; Micaela Baney (D) d. Ari Sullivan, 8-0; Brenna Blakslee (S) d. Samantha Harden, 9-7; Victoria Ziolek (D) d. Julie Applestein, 9-8 (7-4); Sarah Allison (D) d. Reann Rivera, 8-3; Taylor Robichaud (S) d. Tina Ta, 8-2 Doubles: Joseph/Blakslee (S) d. Griswold/Ta, 8-6; Baney/Harden (D) d. Sullivan/Rivera, 8-4; Applestein/O'Connor (S) d. Ziolek/Allison, 8-6

Records: Dover, 2-3; Salem, 2-3.


Pinkerton 5, Merrimack 4

Singles: Sam Barros (PA) d. Katherine Bouressa 8-2; Allie Pierce (PA) d. Alyssa Hobbs 8-1; Haley Harrington (PA) d. Casey Wright 9-8 (13-11); Paulina Klinger (M) d. Alex Albano 8-5; Zoe Lanier (M) d. Nicole Langlais 9-8 (7-1); Rebecca Jackson (M) d. Gillian Gould, 8-3. Doubles: Barros/Pierce (PA) d. Bouressa/Hobbs 8-3; Albano/Langlais (PA) d. Klinger/Wright 8-2; Rhianne Tallarico/Kiera Crowley (M) d. Sarah Burgess/Maddie Olsen 8-5

Team Records: Pinkerton 5-2; Merrimack 1-4.


Londonderry 8, Bishop Guertin 1

Singles: Cassie Burbine d. Grace Guyette, 8-1; Ana Milosavljevic d. Lauren Hayward, 8-1; Marissa Beaton d. Amelia Fallon, 9-8 (13-11); Anna Shueskeyeu d. Madison Gilbertson, 8-5; Sarah DePasquale d. Paige Kennent, 8-4; Emily Tobin (BG) d. Hunter Tobin, 8-3. Doubles: Burbine/Milosavljevic d. Guyette/ Gilbertson, 8-2; Beaton/ DePasquale d. Fallon/Kennent, 8-2; Shueskeyeu/Kathryn Dwyer d. Kiki Murphy/Jessica Serrao, 8-6

Records: Londonderry, 5-1; BG, 2-3.

Boys' Tennis


Londonderry 7, BG 2

Singles: Ryan Broderick (L) d. Brian Xiao, 8-4; Tim Court (L) d. Jason Lutcza, 8-0; Matt McKinney (L) d. Ryan Montbleu 8-0; Rishi Yemme (BG) d. Dan Pleva, 8-4; Cam Letalian (L) d. John Krapian, 9-8 (7-5); Peter Scannell (BG) d. Luc Velie, 8-3 Doubles: Court/McKinney (L) d. Xiao/Yemme, 8-1; Broderick/Letalian (L) d. Lutcza/Montbleau, 8-5; Pleva/Nate Peabody (L) d. Kyle Charbonneau/Scannell, 9-8 (6-4)

Records: Londonderry, 5-2; BG, 1-4.