NHIAA Roundup: Trinity baseball team rallies to edge Salem in extra innings
May 07. 2014 9:43PM
Mark Kling’s walk-off sacrifice fly highlighted a three-run, eighth-inning rally that lifted Trinity of Manchester past Salem 6-5 in a Division I baseball contest at Al Lemire Field Wednesday.
Down 5-3 entering the home eighth, Trinity rallied behind Aiden White who started the uprising with a single and advanced to third on a basehit from Ryan Boldwin. One out later Carmen Giampetruzzi reached on an infield error when a potential double play was thwarted on an errant throw, scoring White.
Boldwin scored the tying run when Zach Sesdhewicz singled, allowing Giampetruzzi to reach third base. An intentional walk to Steve Bator led to Kling’s winning sacrifice fly for 3-5 Trinity. Starter Giampetruzzi fanned 12 batters in five innings and Connor Walsh pitched the final three frames for the win. C.J. Beaulieu had two hits for 4-4 Salem.
Goffstown 7, Lebanon 3: At Lebanon, Chris Hood pitched the Grizzlies to victory, striking out 11. Jason Thomas came in to close out the win. Kyle Indingaro had three doubles. Goffstown improved to 8-1 while Lebanon dropped to 5-2.
Conant 7, Monadnock 5: At Jaffrey, Kyle Meeting had three hits and three RBIs for Monadnock Swanzey but it was not enough.
Pembroke 15, Hanover 3: At Pembroke, the Spartans (2-6) fell behind 2-0 in the top of the first but went on to score 15 to beat Hanover (1-3). Chris Gauss led the offense with three hits and three RBIs.
Campbell 6, Pelham 2: At Pelham, Connor Sahlin threw a complete game with 10 strikeouts and allowed one earned run for Campbell (7-1). Christian Bourgea (3-for-4, three runs, home run) paced the offense. Pelham fell to 5-3.
Epping 9, Derryfield 6: At Epping, the hosts broke the game open in the fifth with four Derryfield errors. Harrison Mahan led Derryfield (2-5) with three RBIs. Epping improved to 1-7.
Londonderry 13, Alvirne 6: In Londonderry, Tom Corey homered, had two hits, scored twice and drove in six runs for the Lancers. Troy Nielsen collected two RBIs and Zach Tavano and Geoff Kayo each drove in a run.
Windham 7, ConVal 3: ConVal got the early jump behind a two-run homer from Brittany Doyle. The Jaguars rallied behind an RBI single from Rachel Rogers and a two-run double from Alyssa Upton. Makenzie Magee added a sacrifice fly.
Campbell 5, Pelham 3: In Pelham. Ginna Cataldo collected two hits and three RBIs and teammate Brittany McNulla added two hits and two RBIs. Sarah Ratcliffe had three hits for Pelham including a solo homer. Sarah Ferreira drove in a run. With two outs and two on in the home seventh, Sarah-Jane Spicer’s bid for a walk-off three-run homer fell short by five feet.
Trinity 3, Sanborn 2: In Manchester, Jenna Arcand’s walk-off double led Trinity to the eighth-inning win. Alyssa Pascucci gained the mound win with six strikeouts and one walk on 111 pitches, 84 for strikes. Ashley Hill had three hits and three stolen bases for Trinity.
Londonderry 5, Alvirne 3: At Hudson, Colleen Lewis (2-for-3, two RBIs) and Lauren Reinhold (solo home run) led the Lancers (5-4) offense. Leah Hunt went the distance on the mound with four strikeouts and no walks. Alvirne (4-5) pitcher Nicole Teague went 2-for-3 at the plate.
Goffstown 19, Lebanon 0: At Lebanon, the Grizzlies improved to 7-1 thanks to the pitching combo of Haeli Campbell, who allowed a combined three hits. Conant 12, Monadnock 2: At Jaffrey, Ivy Chalk struck out nine in the win. Felicia Gaillardetz had three hits. Eliza Randall took the loss.
Belmont 3, Franklin 2: At Belmont, Franklin stranded nine runners and had two runners on with no outs in two different innings but could not score. Franklin’s Kelsey Bird struck out 11.
Raymond 7, Bishop Brady 3: At Concord, shortstop Sabrina Sweeney (two hits, two runs) led the way for Raymond (5-2) with the go-ahead hit. Brady fell to 1-5 and got a three-run home run from Emily Santos to tie the game at 3-3.
Pinkerton 16, Souhegan 12: At Derry, the Astros held off a late Sabers surge.
Todd Billeter (five goals), James Tully (four goals, two assists), Jake Lisauskas (three goals, two assists) and goalie Cam Heyward (15 saves) were key players for Pinkerton (8-3).
Souhegan (5-4) was led by Blake Burnley (four goals, assist), Mitch Hale (three goals, assist), Mack Walker (three goals) and Jack Rives (50 percent on faceoffs).
Bishop Guertin 17, Salem 1: At Salem, the Cardinals improved to 10 with a rout of the Blue Devils (3-6).
Nick Prunier (three goals) and Tom Hurley (three goals, three assists) led the BG attack.
Bedford 7, Londonderry 5: In Bedford the Bulldogs ran their undefeated streak to 50 games. Tyler Sullivan, Dakota Clark, and Patrick Simpson each scored two goals for Bedford. Colby Gendron tallied once and Sam Stanton and Kyle Colella both had an assist. For Londonderry, NIck Yennaco, Kyle Hussey, Dave Wiedenfeld, Lewis Carroll and Devin Brunet each scored and Eric Coburn added two assists.
Bishop Guertin 21, Goffstown 6: Bishop Guertin (9-0) was led by Kristin Cameron with six goals, four assists and nine ground balls. Averi Farhat collected a hat trick and teammate Bryn Carroll had four goals.