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May 06. 2014 10:44PM

Big win

NHIAA Roundup: Cameron leads Bishop Guertin girls to big lacrosse win

Bishop Guertin's Averi Farhat scores as Winnacunnet's Kelly Dolan tries to stop her at Stellos Stadium in Nashua on Tuesday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)

Kristin Cameron scored three goals and Averi Farhat and Caley Prunier had two each to lift Bishop Guertin to an 11-3 Division II girls’ lacrosse win at home in Nashua on Tuesday.

The Cardinals kept their record perfect at 8-0. The Warriors slipped to 5-2.

Kyra Lowenberg, Katherine Lambert, Bryn Carroll and Kate Bradford each had a goal for Guertin. Lauren Trepaney made nine saves for the win.

Souhegan 18, Concord 8: At Concord, Mickinzie Larivee scored six goals and Madison Learned and Jesse Jay added three each to lead the Sabers, who are now 8-2. Jocelyn Donohue had a couple of goals and three assists and Kate Bermingham had two goals. Veronica Daniels had four goals and Delana Erickson a pair for Concord (2-5).

Meaghan Allard made five saves for the win.

Boys’ lacrosse

Derryfield 23, Monadnock 3: In Manchester, Grant Alenson had six goals and three assists and Mike Chiasson had a couple of goals and three assists to help keep the Cougars perfect at 9-0. Jimmy O’Brien had two goals and four assists and Drew Johnson, Griffin Phaneuf and Lee Sipers had two goals each.

Windham 16, Manchester West 3: At Manchester, Troy Peters scored four goals and Brett Curtis, Michael Tardiff, Jared Heath and Justin Miedico each had a pair to pace the Jaguars. Windham improved to 3-4. Christian Bassi made seven saves and Christopher Martel five for Windham.

John Stark 13, Milford 5: At Milford, Colbey Decotis and Brody Fredericks scored five goals each to lead the Generals, who improved to 4-1. Matt Richard had two goals and five assists and August Colburn made 16 saves. Milford is 2-5.

Goffstown 21, Spaulding 4: At Goffstown, Steven Dubois had five goals and Jack Carney and Sam Shearin addded four apiece to lead the Grizzlies. Brad Chapdelaine had three goals and three assists. Carney had four goals and Dubois three. Goffstown is 6-1 and Spaulding is 0-8.

Trinity 20, Stevens 0: In Manchester, Will Tower scored seven goals and added three assists to lead the Pioneers (6-1). Will Shepard had four goals and two assists and Tristan Theroux had two goals and three assists. Stevens is 0-7.

Kingswood 16, Pembroke Academy 7: The Spartans rallied to get within a couple of goals at 8-6, but Kingswood scored eight of the next nine to pull away. Kingswood is 4-3 and Pembroke 1-6.

ConVal 18, Milford 5: At Peterborough on Monday, Isaiah Taylor had eight goals and five assists, Riordan McCole had five goals and three assists and Patrick Joseph added three goals to to lead the Cougars. ConVal improved to 4-1.


Alvirne 12, Bishop Guertin 11: At Hudson, the Broncos put together a fierce rally to overcome an 11-0 deficit and even their record at 4-4. The Cardinals went up 11-0 with four runs in the top of the fourth inning. Alvirne got three runs back in the bottom of the fourth and tacked on five runs in the sixth and four more in the last of the seventh. Bishop Guertin fell to 6-2. Kristina Terrazzano had three runs batted in and Neysa Ouellette, Holly Kathios and Gina Pustizzi each had two hits for the Cardinals.

Monadnock Regional 10, Mascenic 7: At Swanzey, Yanna Hendrickson allowed six hits and struck out three and got the pitching win for the Huskies, who are 5-0-1. Alicia Springer had three hits and Eliza Randall and Avrie Bassingthwaite two each for Monadnock.


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.

Oyster River 8, Souhegan 7: In Amherst on Monday, Chris Clement and Casey Aubin singled to open the seventh inning. After a sacrifice bunt and fielder’s choice, Clements scored the winning run on a Souhegan error. Clements got the pitching win in relief. The Bobcats improved to 5-4 and Souhegan is 1-6.

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