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May 01. 2014 11:38PM

NHIAA Roundup: Central's Lavallee shines again

NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Thursday's scores

Raymond at Bishop Brady
Gilford at Somersworth
Lisbon at Moultonborough
Merrimack Valley 1, Plymouth 0

Boys' Lacrosse
Nashua North 15, Concord 12
Manchester Central at Exeter
Laconia at Milford
Plymouth at Lebanon
Merrimack Valley at Gilford
Bishop Guertin 19, Nashua South 2
Pinkerton at Hanover
Salem at Londonderry

Girls' Lacrosse
ConVal at Belmont
Kingswood at Bishop Brady
Plymouth at Derryfield
Kearsarge 21, Pelham 11
Laconia 15, Merrimack Valley 4
Lebanon 15, Pembroke 9
Souhegan 10, Londonderry 8
Concord at Nashua South
John Stark 16, Hopkinton 4
Winnacunnet 18, Timberlane 1

Boys' Tennis
Pelham at Kearsarge
Windham at Milford
Kennett 6, Berlin 3
Bishop Brady at Manchester West
Derryfield 9, Trinity 0
Derryfield 9, Trinity 0
John Cissel d. Brian Madden 8-0; Sam Gronin d. Marshall Williams 8-2; Max Curtin d. Myles Padfield 8-0 ; Gavin Shilling d. Nick Boire 8-0; Brock Higley d. Taylor Bond 8-0; Ethan Chen d. Pat Fitzgibbon 8-0; Doubles: Cissel/Grodin d. Madden/Williams 8-4; Curtin/Shilling d. Boire/Bond 8-0; Jack O'Leary/Jerry Xiong d. Padfield/Fitzgibbon 8-2
Records: Derryfield 8-0; Trinity 3-3

Girls' Tennis
Moultonborough 7, Laconia 2
Milford at Windham
Berlin at Kennett
Manchester West at Bishop Brady

Centeral 6, Merrimack 1
John Stark 10, Lebanon 0
Gilford at Somersworth
Lisbon at Moultonborough
Merrimack Valley 6, Plymouth 5
Friday's games

Winnacunnet at Bishop Guertin, Kearsarge at Conant, Nashua North at Concord, John Stark at ConVal, Pittsfield at Epping, Merrimack at Exeter, Manchester West at Goffstown, Hanover at Lebanon, Mascenic at Hinsdale, Colebrook at Groveton, Fall Mountain at Hopkinton, Kingswood at Pembroke, Woodsville at Lin-Wood, Profile at Littleton, Timberlane at Manchester Central, Trinity at Manchester Memorial, Monadnock at Hillsboro-Deering, Newport at Sunapee, Oyster River at Sanborn, Prospect Mountain at Pelham, White Mountains at Mascoma, Nute at Newmarket, Salem at Pinkerton, Windham at Plymouth, St. Thomas at Portsmouth, Keene at Alvirne, Nashua South at Bedford, Berlin at Inter-Lakes, Raymond at Bow, Canaan-Pittsburg at Gorham, Kennett at Coe-Brown, Derryfield at Portsmouth Christian, Dover at Londonderry.

Boys' Lacrosse
Souhegan at Concord, Manchester West at Derryfield, Pembroke at Kearsarge, Goffstown at Winnacunnet, Spaulding at Merrimack, Stevens at Hopkinton, Monadnock at Windham, Portsmouth at Bedford, St. Thomas at Bow, Dover at Keene.

Girls' Lacrosse
Bedford at Bow, Manchester Central at Pinkerton, Manchester Memorial at Hollis/Brookline, Portsmouth at Windham, Nashua North at Salem, Concord at Hanover, Merrimack Valley at Oyster River.

Boys' Tennis
Monadnock at Bow, Coe-Brown at Hanover, Trinity at Lebanon, Manchester Memorial at Manchester Central, Portsmouth Christian at Wilton-Lyndeborough, St. Thomas at Pembroke, Windham at Souhegan, Spaulding at Winnacunnet, Inter-Lakes at Berlin, Merrimack at Bishop Guertin, Concord at Keene, ConVal at Oyster River.

Girls' Tennis
White Mountains at Laconia, Lebanon at Trinity, Stevens at Monadnock, Bishop Guertin at Merrimack, Bow at Kearsarge, Hanover at Coe-Brown, Derryfield at Alvirne, Manchester Central at Manchester Memorial, Pembroke at St. Thomas, Berlin at Inter-Lakes, Keene at Concord, Oyster River at ConVal, Wilton-Lyndeborough at Sanborn, Souhegan at Windham, Winnacunnet at Spaulding.

Berlin at Inter-Lakes, Hanover at Lebanon, Bishop Guertin at Winnacunnet, Raymond at Bow, Mascenic at Hinsdale, Fall Mountain at Hopkinton, Kingswood at Pembroke, Woodsville at Lin-Wood, Profile at Littleton, Manchester Central at Timberlane, Monadnock at Hillsboro-Deering, Nute at Newmarket, Newport at Sunapee, St. Thomas at Portsmouth, Canaan-Pittsburg at Gorham, Kennett at Coe-Brown, White Mountains at Mascoma, Oyster River at Sanborn, Prospect Mountain at Pelham, Salem at Pinkerton, Windham at Plymouth, Alvirne at Keene, Bedford at Nashua South, Londonderry at Dover, Pittsfield at Epping, Exeter at Merrimack, Colebrook at Groveton, Kearsarge at Conant, Concord at Nashua North, John Stark at ConVal, Portsmouth Christian at Derryfield.

Boys' Volleyball
Goffstown at Keene, Timberlane at John Stark, Bishop Guertin at Windham, Coe-Brown at Pinkerton

It seems every time Sarah Lavallee pitches, opposing batters wear out a path between home plate and their dugout.

That was the case Thursday when Lavallee struck out 10 batters to lead Manchester Central to a 6-1 Division I girls’ softball win over host Merrimack.

Lavallee allowed two hits and walked three for Central (6-2).

Lavallee helped her cause with two RBIs. Kim Leiter, Colleen O’Hara, Allie Jacques and Victoria Krideras each drove in a run.

Renee LeClaire and Anjelica Gonzalez each had a hit for Merrimack, which dropped to 3-3.

Girls’ lacrosse

Souhegan 10, Londonderry 8:
In a close game in Londonderry, Souhegan scorers were Jocelyn Donohue (four goals), Madison Learned (three goals, three assists), Mickenzie Larivee (three goals, two assists), Jesse Jay (two assists) and Olivia Durling with one assist. Meaghan Allard had five saves for Souhegan. The Lancers (3-3) were led by goalie Emily Holtshouser, who posted nine saves. Alexa Bedell (four goals, two assists) and Noelle Lambert (one goal, three assists) led Londonderry’s offense. Maeve Holland registered four draw controls and three ground balls.

Hanover 15, Keene 2: On Wednesday, Kate Martin scored both of Keene’s goals. Hanover is 4-0 and Keene dropped to 2-4.

Boys’ lacrosse

Exeter 20, Manchester Central 5:
In Exeter, the Blue Hawks (4-3) were led by Isaiah Thomas with four goals and two assists. Buddy Carr, Mike Cashman and Kyle Lorenz each had three goals.

Brad Simas collected two goals and two assists and Christian Stone garnered two goals and three assists. Jack Carr (three assists), Sean Tenna and Zach Carey each scored once. Julio Rincon and Mark Beirne each scored two goals for Central (2-5). Ross Lougee had the other score.

Pinkerton 7, Hanover 3: In Hanover, James Tulley scored three times to lead Pinkerton of Derry (7-2). Austin Maylor, Brett Dattilo, Evan Sweeney, Todd Billetter and Jake Lisauskas added singlets for the Astros, and goalie Cam Hayward made 10 saves.

Bishop Guertin 19, Nashua South 2: On Wednesday, the Cardinals (7-0) defeated the Panthers (1-6) thanks to Alex Astarita (three goals, one assist), Tom Hurley (two goals, two assists) Connor Donahue (one goal, three assists), Dom St. Laurent (one goal, two assists) and Anthony Reale (one goal, one assist). John Miller and Nick Prunier each added two goals. Russell Applegate and Andrew Decarteret each scored for the Panthers.

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