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May 05. 2014 10:49PM

NHIAA Roundup: Pinkerton baseball, softball teams sweep

Abby Amato collected four hits, scored three runs and drove in three runs to lead the Pinkerton of Derry softball team past Manchester Central, 11-2, on Monday in Derry.

Natalie Fabrizio tallied three runs and drove in two runs and Rachel Byrd and Lauren Phillips each had two RBIs. Pinkerton is 5-4. Sarah Lavallee led Central (7-3) with two hits and both Lavallee and Celina Therrien each had an RBI.

ConVal 10, Monadnock 3: In Peterborough on Monday, winning pitcher Courtney Fisher struck out 10 batters and allowed four walks and four hits.

Goffstown 6, Hanover 2: At Hanover, the 6-1 Lady Grizzlies were led by the combined pitching efforts of Haeli Campbell and Anna Strong. Hanover was held to three hits over seven innings. Hanover hitters struck out 11 batters. Nicole Andersen saved one run with a diving catch in right for Goffstown.

Londonderry 12, Nashua North 1: In Londonderry, winning pitcher Leah Hunt threw a five-hitter over six innings and fanned five. She helped her cause with two hits and two RBIs.

Taylor Wood collected four hits and two RBIs and Lauren Reinhold added two hits including a two-run triple that highlighted a seven-run, third inning rally. Summer Vose garnered three more hits as Londonderry (4-4) had a season-high 17 hits. Haley Reed had two hits for 2-7 Nashua North.

Hollis/Brookline 5, Trinity 4: At Manchester, Trinity pitchers Jenna Nalette and Aly Pascucci struck out 10 batters, but the Pioneers dropped to 0-6 in Division II. Michelle Taylor had two hits and an RBI for Trinity.

Windham 18, Lebanon 5: At Windham, the Jaguars received four hits from both Michaela Hatem and Olivia Estes and scored in each of the six innings. Emily Colwell’s double was Lebanon’s only extra-base hit.

Pelham 7, Sanborn 6: At Pelham, Hannah Paitchel delivered a walk-off homer in the ninth inning to lead Division III Pelham (5-3) past Division II Sanborn (6-2). Her first career homer sailed 210 feet over the fence. Pelham tied the game in the home seventh when Elissa Mogauro’s sacrifice fly plated Sarah Ratcliffe who doubled and advanced to third base on a groundout by Jordan Parece. Pelham had 11 hits led by Ratcliffe and Paitchel with three each. Emily Bevens had a two-run single for the winners.


Pinkerton 12, Central 7: At Manchester, Nate Rossi and Tom Diskin each had two hits to help the Astros raise their Division I record to 7-3. Ryan Day and Joe Murphy each added two hits for Pinkerton. Central dropped to 3-5.

Newfound 6, Franklin 0: In Bristol on Monday, Dahlton Fairbank (3-0) pitched six strong innings, allowing two hits and three walks. He fanned 10. Cameron Colby pitched the last inning, recording two whiffs. Zach Desrochers led the winners with three hits. Tyler Adams collected two hits and two RBIs. Caleb Merrill had two hits.

Monadnock 2, ConVal 1: Jared Booth pitched six innings, giving up five hits for the Cougars. Tyler Aborn had ConVal’s only RBI with a single.

John Stark 4, Pembroke 1: At Weare, Chris Gauss and Liam Wright each collected two hits for Pembroke, which fell to 1-6 in Division II. John Stark raised its record to 2-4.

Londonderry 2, North 0: At Nashua, Londonderry’s Rob Del Signore tossed a one-hitter and struck out 17. Del Signore walked one and hit one batter. Brett Evangelista collected two hits for the Lancers. Ricky Constant took the loss for North. He gave up two runs on four hits and two walks in five innings. Constant struck out five batters. Anthony Garuti had North’s lone hit on the night.

Derryfield 6, Nute 1: At Milton, Derryfield’s Kyle Slevira pitched a complete game and also had three hits to help the Cougars improve to 2-4 in Division IV. Slevira struck out 13 and held Nute to three hits. Sawyer Strong added two hits for Derryfield. Nute fell to 2-5.

Goffstown 4, Hanover 0: At Hanover, Goffstown’s Tyler Perron pitched a complete game and held Hanover to three hits as Goffstown raised its Division II record to 7-1, Hanover’s Parker Thurston made his first varsity start on the mound and struck out six in six innings. Chris Hood led the offense with three hits and Tanner Putnam chipped in with two hits. The loss dropped Hanover’s record to 1-2.

Alvirne 8, South 0: At Nashua, Tyler Brown tossed a complete game as Alvirne stretched its winning streak to five games and raised its Division I record to 5-3.

Brown struck out six, held South to five hits and didn’t walk a batter. Derek Hudson had two hits in Alvirne’s six-run second innings. Andrew Teague added two RBIs. The loss dropped South’s record to 1-8.

Girls’ lacrosse

Londonderry 15, Hollis/Brookline 9: In Londonderry, the Lancers (4-4) were led by Alexa Bedell who collected three goals and one assist. She was followed by Chelsea Lewis (three goals), Noelle Lambert (two goals, four assists), Maeve Holland (two goals), Hannah Kearney (goal, assist), Gabbi Morris (goal), June Cranmer (goal), Dominique Breault (goal) and Jill McIntire (goal). Mariah Passamonte led Hollis/Brookline with three goals and Regan Burns also had a hat trick.

Derryfield 20, ConVal 4: At Manchester, Polly Carter collected seven goals and an assist for Derryfield, which also received six goals and two assits from Brynn Polgrean. Madi Kochanek added four goals and two assists for the Cougars. Ingrid Aho scored three goals for ConVal.

North Andover, Mass. 12, Pinkerton 10: Kennedy Daziel collected six goals and one assist for the Astros. Sierra Sanchez and Maggie McCarthy each scored two goals.

Portsmouth 20, Goffstown 6: McKenzie Chu led Goffstown (2-5) with three goals. Courtney Caron, Sydney Dubois, and Sydney Gagnon each scored one goal. Goffstown goalie Dulcie Trottier had seven saves.

Boys’ lacrosse

ConVal 18, Hollis/Brookline 5: On Saturday in the loss, Hollis/Brookline received goals from Riordan McCole, J.T. Clough, Gray Kuras, Isaiah Taylor and Patrick Joseph.

Derryfield 18, Kearsarge 3: In North Sutton, Derryfield (8-0) was led by Jimmy O’Brien with three goals and five assists. Grant Alenson (five goals, three assists), Mike Chiasson (two goals, two assists), Tyler Zorn (three goals), Griffin Phaneuf (two goals, assist), Drew Johnson (one goal, two assists), Simon Levenson (goal) and Peter Thompson (one goal, one assist) led the Cougars. Kearsarge (4-3) was led by Peter Van Hooydunk, who scored all three goals.

Londonderry 6, Concord 5: At Concord, Nick Yennaco had two goals for Londonderry, which improved its Division I record to 6-3. Dave Wiedenfeld added a goal and an assist for the Lancers. Concord fell to 1-7.

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