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May 03. 2014 12:42AM

NHIAA Roundup: Windham's Lippold hits assist milestone


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Friday's scores
Baseball

Laconia 3, Belmont 2
Dover 4, Londonderry 3
Pittsfield 11, Epping 1
Portsmouth Christian 4, Derryfield 2
Hopkinton 8, Fall Mountain 2
Hanover 4, Lebanon 1
Conant 6, Kearsarge 0
Alvirne 3, Keene 1
Coe-Brown 7, Kennett 2
Kingswood 10, Pembroke 4
Mascenic 12, Hinsdale 0
Concord 10, Nashua North 1
Bedford 4, Nashua South 0
Newmarket 4, Nute 2
Oyster River 3, Sanborn 2
Pelham 5, Prospect Mountain 0
Salem 2, Pinkerton 1
Sunapee 8, Newport 6
Bishop Guertin 1, Winnacunnet 0
Woodsville 6, Lin-Wood 3
Windham 14, Plymouth 10
Canaan-Pittsburg 12, Gorham 8

Boys' Lacrosse
Souhegan 21, Concord 8
Merrimack 11, Spaulding 8
Bedford 9, Portsmouth 5
Pembroke 5, Kearsarge 2
Derryfield 24, Manchester West 0
Milford 11, Laconia 6
Goffstown 16, Winnacunnet 3
Dover 9, Keene 4

Girls' Lacrosse
Hanover 15, Concord 2
ConVal 15, Belmont 3
Bedford 18, Bow 5
Pinkerton 20, Manchester Central 1
Oyster River 15, Merrimack Valley 9
Nashua North 16, Salem 12
Windham 22, Portsmouth 16

Boys' Tennis
St. Thomas 8, Pembroke 1
Wilton-Lyndeborough 7, Ports. Christian 2
Winnacunnet 9, Spaulding 0
Lebanon 9, Trinity 0
Keene 6, Concord 3
Hanover 9, Coe-Brown 0
Berlin 6, Inter-Lakes 0

At NASHUA
Nashua North 6, Dover 3
Singles:
Jacob Arikian (N) d. Bill Tong 8-1; Sam Kluger (N) d. Reed Laakso 8-0; Ethan Kim (N) Kim d. Carter Medeiros 8-3; Zachariah Fahsi (N) d. John Quinn 8-2; Jack Roemer (D) d. Justin Yeung 8-3; Charlie Ly (D) d. Ryan Lawes 8-0 Doubles: Arikian/Kluger (N) d. Tong/Ly 8-1; Kim/Fahsi (N) d. Laakso/Medeiros 8-2; Quinn/Ian Anderson (D) d. Yueng/Lawes 8-2
Records: North 3-4; Dover 3-4


At PEMBROKE
St. Thomas 8, Pembroke 1
Singles:
Peter Ferrin (STA) d. Andrew Goulet 8-1; Zane Keehbler (STA) d. Sam Yeaton 8-2; Zane Angelopolous (STA) d. Ryan Weiss 8-3; Rupesh Gurung (PA) d. Kevin Szyand 8-3; Alec Keehbler (STA) d. Tony Costello 8-3; Cam Barrett (STA) d. Bobby Andrews 8-1 Doubles: Ferrin/Angelopolous (STA) d. Goulet/Yeaton 8-4; Keehbler/Szyand d. Weiss/Gurung 8-5; Keehbler/Barrett (STA) d. Costello/Andrews 8-1
Records: Pembroke 1-7; St. Thomas 3-3
At NASHUA
Bishop Guertin 9, Merrimack 0
Singles:
Brian Xiao (BG) ds. Andrew MacEachern 8-2; Jason Lutcza d. Jordan Meaney 8-3; Ryan Montbleau d. John Pitten 8-1; Rishi Yemme d. Andrew Trimper 8-0; John Krapian d. Josh Caron 8-0; Peter Scannell d. Jack Steines 8-0 Doubles: Xiao/Yemme (BG) d. MacEachern/Meaney 8-2; Lutcza/Montbleau d. Pitten/Trimper 8-2; Charbonneau/Scannell d. Caron/Steines 8-4
Records: BG 2-5, Merrimack 0-6

At KEENE
Keene 6, Concord 3
Singles:
Thomas Bengsten (C) d. Reilly Hay 9-8 (7-5); Matt Gray (K) d. Ewan Hewey 8-4; Patrick Hamill (K) d. Josh Pifer 8-4; Will Silverstein (K) d. Adam Bryant 8-4; Cam Jessup (K) d. Mattias Lambert 9-8 (7-5); David Idelkope (K) d. Adi Ghandi 8-2 Doubles: Bengsten/Pifer (C) d. Hay/Silverstein 9-8 (7-2); Gray/Hamill (K) d. Hewey/Lambert 8-5; Bryant/Ghandi (C) d. Jessup/Delaney Bilodeau 9-8 (7-3)
Records: Keene 9-0, Concord 7-2

At BOW
Bow 8, Monadnock 1
Singles:
Zach Zbehlik (B) d. Chris Gouws 8-0; Tim Bradley (B) d. Bryce Blake 8-6; Ben Maurer (B) d. Bobby McClure 8-0; Nathan Louf (B) d. Scott LaBelle 8-1; Jacob Huppe (B) d. Dennis Miller 8-0; Josh DeYoung (B) d. Arnold Fish, III 8-1 Doubles: Gouws/Blake (M) d. Zbehlik/Louf 8-4; Huppe/Deyoung (B) d. McClure/Fish 9-8 (7-4); Mitch Blair/Louis Miyara (B) d. LaBelle/Miller 8-5
Records: Bow 6-1, Monadnock 3-2

At AMHERST
Souhegan 6, Windham 3
Singles:
Nathanial Dziadek (S) d. Steven Brant 8-3; Joseph Forti (W) d. Anthony Zeolie 8-2; James Baiguy (W) d. Jason Emmond 8-4; Parker Desborough (S) d. Richard Tu 8-3; Brendan Sileo (S) d. Nick Lerchenfelt 8-1; Alex Frazier (S) d. Blake Allard 8-0 Doubles: Brant/Forti (W) d. Zeolie/Emmond 8-6; Dziadek/Frazier (S) d. Baiguy/Tu 9-7; Sileo/Desborough (S) d. Lerchenfelt/Allard 8-0
Souhegan Record: 5-1, Windham Record 0-7.

Girls' Tennis
Hanover 9, Coe-Brown 0
Concord 9, Keene 0
Winnacunnet 7, Spaulding 2
Laconia 5, White Mountains 4
Sanborn 5, Wilton-Lyndeborough 4
St. Thomas 8, Pembroke 1

At WINDHAM
Souhegan 9, Windham 0
Singles:
Lindsay Moss (S) d. Basie Bastic 8-6; Maeve Morgan d. Jenny Thibodeau 8-1, Annie Photzmann d. Amanda Fontz 8-1; Bailey Farris d. Celine Hashem 8-1; Natalie Nelson d. Krishna Patel 8-4; Gina Mancini d. Sam Percuoco 8-1 Doubles: Morgan/Photzmann d. Bastic/Thibodeau 8-3; Moss/Farris d. Fontz/Hashem 8-0; Nelson/Adele Patnaude d. Patel/Percuoco 9-7

Softball
Pelham 5, Prospect Mountain 2
Portsmouth Christian 9, Derryfield 5
Portsmouth 7, St. Thomas 4
Raymond 16, Bow 2
Salem 18, Pinkerton 2
Newport 5, Sunapee 4
Gorham 7, Canaan-Pittsburg 3
Plymouth 8, Windham 5
Woodsville 19, Lin-Wood 1
Pembroke 13, Kingswood 0
Coe-Brown 16, Kennett 4
Lisbon 5, Moultonborough 3
Dover 4, Londonderry 3
Manchester Central 6, Timberlane 1
Hinsdale 13, Masenic 1
Nute 18, Newmarket 13
Bishop Guertin 16, Laconia 3
Concord 15, Nashua North 3
Exeter 2, Merrimack 1

Boys' Volleyball
Keene 3, Goffstown 0
Pinkerton 3, Coe-Brown 0
Windham 3, Bishop Guertin 0
Timberlane 3, John Stark 0
Mascenic 3, Souhegan 0
At Nashua
Windham 3, Bishop Guertin 0
25-8, 25-6, 27-25
BG:
Aidan Loftus (10 attacks, 2 kills, 7 sp, 2 aces), Vadim Beliak (11 digs, 6 sp, ace) Windham: Tucker Lippold (4 kills, 11 assists, 10 sp)
Records: Windham 4-2; BG 3-4
Pinkerton 3 Coe-Brown 0
25-9, 25-2, 25-6
Pinkerton:
Cobi Moore (15 sp, ace, assist), Chris Komersarik (17 sp, 2 aces, 3 kills), Cooper Williams (8 kills), Jacob Newman (6 kills, 2 blocks) Coe-Brown: n/a
Records: Pinkerton 6-1; Coe-Brown 0-7
At WEARE
Timberlane 3, John Stark 0
25-23, 25-12, 25-20
John Stark:
Serge Boucher (10 kills); Ryan Sandmann's (18 assists) Timberlane: n/a
Records: Timberlane 4-3, John Stark 1-5


Saturday's games
Baseball

Berlin at Gorham, Nute at Pittsfield, Manchester West at Windham, Manchester West at Windham, Andover, Mass. at Salem.

Boys' Lacrosse
Derryfield at Manchester Central, Londonderry at Exeter, Salem at Nashua South, Lincoln, Mass. at Bishop Guertin, Souhegan at Acton, Mass.

Girls' Lacrosse
Manchester Central at Derryfield, Exeter at Hanover, Nashua South at Souhegan.

Softball
Nute at Pittsfield

Sunday's games
Baseball

Lin-Wood at Moultonborough


Monday's games
Baseball

Bishop Brady at Campbell, Fall Mountain at Conant, Epping at Newmarket, Spaulding at Exeter, Farmington at Raymond, Franklin at Newfound, Hinsdale at Pittsfield, Manchester Memorial at Keene, Kennett at White Mountains, Goffstown at Hanover, Profile at Groveton, Hopkinton at Mascenic, Pembroke at John Stark, Plymouth at Laconia, Lebanon at Windham, Lisbon at Woodsville, Londonderry at Nashua North, Pinkerton at Manchester Central, Merrimack Valley at St. Thomas, Merrimack at Winnacunnet, Souhegan at Oyster River, Sanborn at Pelham, Sunapee at Newport, Prospect Mountain at Somersworth, Portsmouth Christian at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Winnisquam at Gilford, Alvirne at Nashua South, Concord at Bedford, Inter-Lakes at Belmont, Bow at Hillsboro-Deering, Canaan-Pittsburg at Lin-Wood, Coe-Brown at Portsmouth, Colebrook at Gorham, ConVal at Monadnock, Derryfield at Nute, Dover at Timberlane.

Boys' Lacrosse
Londonderry at Concord, Derryfield at Kearsarge, Manchester Memorial at Exeter, Hollis/Brookline at Pelham, Timberlane at Portsmouth, Hanover at Souhegan, Brattleboro, Vt. at Keene, Pinkerton at Bishop Guertin, Nashua North at Manchester Central.

Girls' Lacrosse
North Andover, Mass. at Pinkerton, Merrimack at Bedford, Oyster River at Belmont, ConVal at Derryfield, Spaulding at Dover, Hopkinton at Pembroke, Laconia at John Stark, Lebanon at Plymouth, Hollis/Brookline at Londonderry, Bow at St. Thomas, Gilford at Merrimack Valley, Portsmouth at Goffstown, Hanover at Windham.

Boys' Tennis
Dover at Keene, Pinkerton at Bedford, Pembroke at Bishop Brady, Timberlane at Bishop Guertin, Hollis/Brookline at ConVal, Derryfield at St. Thomas, Exeter at Nashua South, Inter-Lakes at Bow, Coe-Brown at Windham, Winnacunnet at Concord, Gilford at Kearsarge, Oyster River at Goffstown, Kennett at Kingswood, Plymouth at Lebanon, Salem at Londonderry, Manchester Central at Spaulding, Nashua North at Manchester Memorial, Milford at Souhegan, Moultonborough at Sanborn, Prospect Mountain at Profile.

Girls' Tennis
Sanborn at Moultonborough, Laconia at Monadnock, Lebanon at Plymouth, Souhegan at Milford, Bishop Guertin at Timberlane, Windham at Coe-Brown, Merrimack at Derryfield, Keene at Dover, Nashua South at Exeter, Kearsarge at Gilford, Goffstown at Oyster River, Kingswood at Kennett, Londonderry at Salem, Spaulding at Manchester Central, Manchester Memorial at Nashua North, St. Thomas at Manchester West, Prospect Mountain at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Trinity at Portsmouth, Bedford at Pinkerton, Littleton at Berlin, Bishop Brady at Pembroke, Concord at Winnacunnet, Conant at Stevens, ConVal at Hollis/Brookline.

Softball
Bedford at Concord, Inter-Lakes at Belmont, Timberlane at Dover, Epping at Newmarket, Exeter at Spaulding, Goffstown at Hanover, Profile at Groveton, ConVal at Monadnock, Derryfield at Nute, Nashua South at Alvirne, Bishop Brady at Campbell, Bow at Hillsboro-Deering, Hinsdale at Pittsfield, Hollis/Brookline at Trinity, Hopkinton at Mascenic, Keene at Manchester Memorial, Kennett at White Mountains, Plymouth at Laconia, Lebanon at Windham, Lisbon at Woodsville, Nashua North at Londonderry, Manchester Central at Pinkerton, Franklin at Newfound, Sunapee at Newport, Souhegan at Oyster River, Portsmouth Christian at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Prospect Mountain at Somersworth, Farmington at Raymond, Canaan-Pittsburg at Lin-Wood, Pembroke at John Stark, Merrimack Valley at St. Thomas, Winnacunnet at Merrimack, Sanborn at Pelham, Winnisquam at Gilford, Coe-Brown at Portsmouth, Colebrook at Gorham, Fall Mountain at Conant

Boys' Volleyball
Windham at Coe-Brown, Hollis/Brookline at Dover, Souhegan at Timberlane, John Stark at Bishop Guertin, Londonderry at Pinkerton, Salem at Mascenic

Windham High School boys’ volleyball senior setter Tucker Lippold broke the 1,000 assist milestone Friday in Windham’s 3-0 win over Bishop Guertin of Nashua.

Lippold entered the game seven assists away from the mark and registered 11.

Softball

Sarah Lavallee allowed just one run, scattering nine hits and striking out nine to lead Manchester Central (7-2) to a 6-1 win over host Timberlane of Plaistow in NHIAA sofatball action Friday.

The Owls (8-1) were unbeaten heading into the game.

Lavallee also added two hits and two RBIs on offense and was helped by Allie Jacques (three RBIs) and Kindred St. Germain (4-for-4 at the plate). Christina Nye added two hits and an RBI for Timberlane.

Pelham 5, Prospect Mountain 2: At Pelham, Jordan Parece drove in two runs with a double in the fourth inning to lead Pelham and got the win on the mound.

Hannah Paitchel added two hits and Emily Bevens chipped in with a hit and run scored for Pelham (4-3). Prospect Mountain fell to 3-2.

Exeter 2, Merrimack 1: At Merrimack, McKenzie McGrath had two hits and an RBI and Sam Henry got the win on the mound for Exeter (4-3). Merrimack (3-4) had an RBI triple from Renee Leclaire.

Dover 4, Londonderry 3: At Dover, Molly St. Germain was the winning pitcher and also drove in the tying and winning runs with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Green Wave improved to 4-3.

St. Germain allowed only six hits, two of which came off the bat of Londonderry’s Sam Harris. Harris, Colleen Lewis and Lauren Reinhold drove in the Londonderry runs, and Shannon Crowley was 1-for-2 with a walk for the Lancers (3-4).

Raymond 16, Bow 2: At Bow, Kim McLaughlin had a career-high 12 strikeouts and added an RBI to lead the way. McKenna West-Coates chippined in a career-high four hits and three RBIs. Raymond is now 4-1 while Bow fell to 0-4. Falcons pitcher Emily Manning had two hits.

Baseball

Kingswood 10, Pembroke 4:
At Pembroke, Liam Wright had a two-run single and Jerry Caruso led the Spartans (1-5) with two hits but it was not enough to get past Kingswood (4-3).

Portsmouth Christian 4, Derryfield 2: At Dover, Portsmouth Christian scored twice in the fifth inning to break a 2-2 tie. Kyle Slevira went 3-for-4 with a double to lead Derryfield (1-4). PCA improved to 6-1.

Manchester Central 2, Timberlane 1: At Manchester, Collin Duffley threw a complete game with nine strikeouts and four hits allowed. Dario Vitagliano hit a hard ground single down third base line to score Nick Makris (3-for-3) in the sixth inning for the winning run. Central improved to 3-4 while Timberlane fell to 6-3.

Alvirne 3, Keene 1: At Hudson, Fred Zeca gave Keene a 1-0 lead in the first with an RBI single, but Derek Hudson threw a complete game (the fourth in a row for Alvirne) and Matt McKinley had two hits and two RBIs, scoring a run as well. Cam Blake had two hits and Jason Hudson added two more. Alvirne is now 4-3 while Keene fell to 5-3.

Salem 2, Pinkerton 1: At Derry, Nick Shumski scored what turned out to be the game-winning run on an error in the top of the seventh inning to help Salem raise its Division I record to 4-3. C.J. Beaulieu collected the win for pitching 4 1/3 scoreless innings of relief. The loss dropped Pinkerton’s record to 6-3.

ConVal 8, John Stark 1: At Weare, Joe Edwards threw six innings, giving up three hits and no earned runs. Ivon Clough, Mathias Fressilli and Matt Davis each had two hits for ConVal.

Hanover 4, Lebanon 1: At Lebanon, Jake Farnham had two hits and drove in two runs to help Hanover even its Division II record at 1-1. Hanover scored three of its four runs in the first inning. Rohan Kumar pitched the first four innings to collect the win. Lebanon was held to four hits.

Boys’ lacrosse

Londonderry 14, Salem 5:
At Londonderry, the Lancers (6-2) got out to an 8-1 lead after one frame and never looked back.

Londonderry was led by Kyle Hussey (four goals), Nick Yennaco (two goals, two assists), Shayne Holland (three goals) and David Wiedenfeld (goal, four assists).

Salem (2-6) was paced by Oliver Oulett with two goals and Andrew Phillips, James Devlin and Tim Craig with a goal each.

Derryfield 24, Manchester West 0: At Manchester, Mike Chaisson (three goals, three assists), Grant Alenson (four goals, assist), Connor Jackson (three goals, three assists), Simon Levenson (two goals, two assists), Peter Thompson (two goals, two assists) led the way for the Cougars (6-0). Goalies Allen Mello and Tommy Cissel combined on the shutout with a save each. West fell to 1-5.

Souhegan 21, Concord 8: At Concord, six different Sabers scored at least two goals in the decisive victory. Mack Walker (four goals, three assists), Mitch Hale (three goals, two assists) and Zach Bossi (four goals, two assists) led the way, followed by Chayce Horton (two goals, one assist) and Jack Rives and Mikey Hayden, who scored twice each. Brendan Cray added a goal and three assists. Souhegan improved to 4-2.

Tyler Martell and Dan Lebell scored two goals each for Concord (1-5).

Pembroke 5, Kearsarge 1: At North Sutton, Kam Anderson, Glenn Dion (two goals), Zach Blye and Max Putnam tallied for the Spartans.

Girls’ lacrosse

ConVal 15, Belmont 3:
At Peterborough, Zoe Paige scored four goals and an assist and Ingrid Aho had four goals to lead ConVal (3-5).

Pinkerton 20, Manchester Central 1: At Derry, Kennedy Daziel (four goals, two assists), Maggie McCarthy (three goals), Sierra Sanchez (two goals) and Ali Davis (two goals) were the big scorers for Pinkerton (9-0.

Central (1-6) got its goal from Sarah Tomogan.


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