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May 16. 2014 12:55AM

NHIAA Roundup: BG blanks Pinkerton in softball


Pinkerton shortstop Abby Amato, right, catches this fly ball hit by Bishop Guertin's Neysa Ouellette before colliding with third baseman Candace Moore during Thursday afternoon's Division I game in Derry. (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

HIGH SCHOOL RESULTS
Thursday's scores
Baseball

Keene 6, Merrimack 1
Winnacunnet 9, Trinity 0
Bishop Guertin 10, Pinkerton 9, 10 inn.
Exeter 3, Timberlane 1
Newport 1, Monadnock 0
Dover 5, Manchester Memorial 4

Boys' Lacrosse
Bishop Guertin 19, Londonderry 4
Concord at Exeter
Derryfield 21, Manchester West 3
Hanover at Manchester Memorial
Gilford 7, Kearsarge 5
Goffstown 12, Dover 2
Merrimack Valley 17, Bishop Brady 8
Pinkerton 19, Nashua South 5
Winnacunnet 12, Oyster River 5
Bedford 17, Timberlane 0
Salem at Nashua North

Girls' Lacrosse
ConVal 8, Pembroke 5
Timberlane at Dover
Laconia 13, Pelham 12
Salem 11, Hollis/Brookline 9
Winnacunnet 17, Bow 7
Kingswood 17, Hopkinton 8
Merrimack 19, Keene 7

Boys' Tennis
Pelham 9, Sanborn 0
Exeter 5, Winnacunnet 4
Berlin 7, White Mountains 2
Trinity at Bishop Brady
Kearsarge at Conant
Portsmouth Christian at Bow
Monadnock 6, Wilton-Lyndeborough 3
Nashua North 8, Nashua South 1

Nashua North 8, Nashua South 1
Singles: Jacob Arikian d. Kaushil Patel, 8-0; Sam Kluger d. Brandon Stempler, 8-1; Someet Salvi (NS) d. Ethan Kim, 8-2; David Grossman d. Kunal Shah, 8-3; Zachariah Fahsi d. Brian Barrows, 8-0; Thomas Claffey d. Craig Freeman, 8-2. Doubles: Arikian/Kluger d. Patel/Stempler, 8-3; Kim/Grossman d. Salvi/Shah, 8-5; Fahsi/Claffey d. Barrows/Freeman, 8-2
Records: North is 7-4; South is 1-11.

AT BOW
Bow 8, Pelham 1

Singles: Zach Zbehlik (B) d Tim Johnson 8-0; Tim Bradley (B) d Rober Luo 8-2; Ben Maurer (B) d. Jack Hu 8-1; Nathan Louf (B) d. Zo Tang 8-3; Jacob Huppe (B) d. John Sipp 8-0; Josh DeYoung (B) d Tyler Porter 8-0. Doubles: John Gibbens/David Anderson-Nelson (B) def Johnson/Luo 8-4; Hu/Tang (P) d Louis Miyara/John Holmes 9-8 (7-3); Ross Cook/Nate Riera (B) d. Sipp/Matthew Estecs 8-1
Records: Bow is 10-1; Pelham is 7-5.

Girls' Tennis
Derryfield 7, Spaulding 2
Monadnock 8, Wilton-Lyndeborough 1
Nashua South 8, Nashua North 1
Sanborn at Pelham
Salem 8, Timberlane 1
Berlin at White Mountains
Bishop Brady at Trinity
Conant 9, Kearsarge 0
Exeter 8, Winnacunnet 1
Laconia 6, Inter-Lakes 3

AT PLAISTOW
Salem 8, Timberlane 1

Singles: Ari Sullivan d. Frannie Skinner 8-3; Brenna Blakslee d. Michelle Shih 8-2; Julie Applestein d Megan Shields 8-3; Riann Rivera d. Joy Steenson 8-3; Lillian O'Connor d. Deanna Bissonette 8-2; Lucille Barberian d. Heather Edgecomb 8-2. Doubles: Skinner/Steenson (T) d Sullivan/Applestein 8-5; Blakslee/Rivera d. Shih/Shields 8-4; O'Connor/ Barbaerian d. Kellie Lowes/Emily Hammond 8-3
Records: Salem is 6-6; Timberlane is 3-10.

Softball
Exeter 8, Timberlane 7, 9 inn.
Bishop Brady 5, Bow 4
Bishop Guertin 5, Pinkerton 0
Newport 6, Monadnock 4

Boys' Volleyball
Pinkerton at Methuen, Mass

Coed Unified Volleyball
Pembroke 2, Merrimck 1


Friday's games
Baseball

Concord at Alvirne, Bedford at Londonderry, Somersworth at Belmont, Campbell at Conant, Profile at Canaan-Pittsburg, Coe-Brown at Plymouth, Derryfield at Hinsdale, Berlin at Farmington, Sanborn at ConVal, Franklin at Hopkinton, Lebanon at Goffstown, Hanover at Souhegan, Hollis/Brookline at John Stark, Keene at Merrimack, Kennett at St. Thomas, Gorham at Littleton, Lisbon at Groveton, White Mountains at Inter-Lakes, Kingswood at Oyster River, Manchester Central at Nashua North, Merrimack Valley at Milford, Woodsville at Moultonborough, Hillsboro-Deering at Fall Mountain, Nute at Sunapee, Pembroke at Manchester West, Wilton-Lyndeborough at Mascenic, Winnisquam at Mascoma, Raymond at Prospect Mountain, Salem at Spaulding, Trinity at Winnacunnet, Windham at Portsmouth

Boys' Lacrosse
ConVal at Windham, Exeter at Souhegan, Kingswood at Kennett, Laconia at Plymouth, Merrimack Valley at Hopkinton, Trinity at Pelham, Portsmouth at St. Thomas, Keene at Bow

Girls' Lacrosse
Keene at Nashua North, Bedford at Windham, Souhegan at Exeter, Plymouth at Gilford, Kearsarge at Lebanon, Pinkerton at Londonderry, Manchester Central at Concord, St. Thomas at Goffstown, Portsmouth at Hanover

Boys' Tennis
Bedford at Winnacunnet, St. Thomas at ConVal, Derryfield at Hollis.Brookline, Coe-Brown at Goffstown, Hanover at Souhegan, Pembroke at Kennett, Manchester Memorial at Manchester Central, Milford at Portsmouth, Oyster River at Windham, Dover at Pinkerton, Profile at Prospect

Girls' Tennis
Goffstown at Coe-Brown, Pinkerton at Dover, Kennett at Pembroke, Winnacunnet at Bedford, ConVal at St. Thomas, Hollis/Brookline at Lebanon, Portsmouth at Milford, Windham at Oyster River, Souhegan at Hanover

Softball
Berlin at Farmington, Lisbon at Groveton, Hollis/Brookline at John Stark, Franklin at Hopkinton, White Mountains at Inter-Lakes, Kennett at St. Thomas, Kingswood at Oyster River, Nashua North at Manchester Central, Wilton-Lyndeborough at Mascenic, Woodsville at Moultonborough, Nute at Sunapee, Windham at Portsmouth, Raymond at Prospect Mountain, Salem at Spaulding, Campbell at Conant, Profile at Canaan-Pittsburg, Merrimack at Keene, Winnisquam at Mascoma, Merrimack Valley at Milford, Hillsboro-Deering at Fall Mountain, Alvirne at Concord, Londonderry at Bedford, Somersworth at Belmont, Derryfield at Hinsdale, Dover at Manchester Memorial, Epping at Portsmouth Christian, Lebanon at Goffstown, Gorham at Littleton, Sanborn at ConVal, Coe-Brown at Plymouth

Boys' Volleyball
Londonderry at Goffstown, Pinkerton at John Stark, Souhegan at Salem

Holly Kathios allowed six hits over four innings and fanned three to lead Bishop Guertin of Nashua past Pinkerton Academy 5-0 in a Division I softball contest Thursday in Derry.

Kristina Terrazano pitched the last three innings, allowing two hits, two walks with four strikeouts. Kathios, Anna Casey, Gina Pustizzi (three hits), Terrazano and Bridget Soraghan each drove in a run. Lauren Phillips had two hits for Pinkerton. BG improved to 10-3. Pinkerton is 8-5.

Manchester Central 12, Nashua North 0: In a five-inning win, Central starter Sarah Lavallee allowed five hits, fanned eight and walked one. Lavallee and Kindred St. Germain each drove in two runs. Colleen O’Hara, St. Germain, Hannah Krafton and Victoria Krideras each had two hits to pace an 11-hit attack for 9-5 Central. Alley Fortin and Hailey Reed each had two hits for Nashua North (2-12).

Exeter 8, Timberlane 7, 9 inns.: Mikayla Livingston and Olivia Harnois highlighted a four-run, fourth-inning rally with run-producing hits for the Owls. Brittani Lamar had a fifth inning homer for Exeter. Livingston homered in the eighth to give the Owls a two-run lead. A throwing error allowed Exeter’s Sydney DeVogt and Keala Eichholz to score, tying the game at 6-6.

Timberlane regained the lead in the ninth on a hit from Christina Nye. Exeter won the game on RBI hits in the home ninth from Natalie Bruno and Julia Fieldsend.

Milford 14, ConVal 2: On Wednesday, Delaney Parker hurled a two-hitter over six innings and walked two. She fanned 11 batters. Jen Carson doubled in two runs in the second inning and finished her day with three hits and three RBIs.

Erin Tyrrell clouted a grand slam in the fifth inning for 5-5 Milford.

Pelham 9, Sanborn 5: On Wednesday, Sarah Ratcliffe collected two homers, a solo shot in the first inning and a two-run blast in the third inning.

Elissa Mogauro had three hits and two RBIs and Sarah-Jane Spicer added three hits. Pelham (7-4) had 14 hits against 9-4 Sanborn.

Windham 15, Goffstown 2: On Wednesday, Rachel Rogers led Windham with three hits and six RBIs. Nicole Nanof had a two-run homer for Goffstown. Windham improved to 10-3, while Goffstown dropped to 9-4.

Trinity 5, Pembroke 4, 8 inns: In Manchester Wednesday, Jenna Nalette doubled in Michelle Taylor and Hope Willard to power Trinity to its win. Freshman Autumn Lansiegn had 15 strikeouts in her start for Trinity. Aly Pascucci got the win for Trinity in relief.

Girls’ lacrosse

Derryfield 18, Oyster River 2: In Manchester on Wednesday, 10-0 Derryfield was led by Polly Carter with six goals and four assists.

Brynn Polgrean contributed six goals while Madi Kochanek and Tess Regan each scored twice.

Boys’ lacrosse

Bishop Guertin 19, Londonderry 4: In Nashua, Londonderry had two goals from Lewis Carroll and one each from Shayne Holland and Nick Yennaco. BG is 13-1 and Londonderry dropped to 8-5.

Connor Donahue had four goals and five assists and John Miller added three assists for BG.

Goffstown 13. Dover 2: Goffstown (8-2) defeated Dover (3-8) thanks to four goals from Jack Carney.

Peter Girard, Steve Dubois (two), Brad Chapdelain (two goals, two assists), Nick Ollila, Sam Shearin, Connor Bourque, Mitch Cusson, Christian Marquis and Jake Ollila each hit the scoring sheet.

Pinkerton 19, Nashua South 5: In Nashua, Evan Sweeney scored five goals and James Tulley added three goals in the win. Todd Billetter, Sean Delea and Brett Dattilo each had two goals for Pinkerton (11-3).

Steve Saucier and Zack Milot each scored twice and Jesse Clauss tallied once for Nashua South (3-8).

Derryfield 23, West 3: Mike Chiasson tallied five goals and six assists. Grant Alenson scored four goals while Jim O’Brien and Connor Jackson each had a hat trick. Griffin Phaneuf and Drew Johnson scored twice.

Tyler Zorn, Lee Sipes, Ben Groves and Matt Dubreuil each had one goal and Peter Thompson added two assists. Jonathan Child scored twice for West and teammate Joe Clements had one goal. Derryfield (13-0) entertains Hollis/Brookline (9-0) Tuesday at 4 p.m. for a first-place divisional showdown.

Exeter 12, Concord 6: In Exeter, Buddy Carr led the Blue Hawks with three goals and three assists. Jack Carr netted two goals and one assist. Isaiah Thompson collected two goals.

Tim Weinhold had three goals for Concord (3-10). Exeter is 7-5.

Souhegan 18, Manchester Central 7: On Wednesday, Mitch Hall led Souhegan (8-4) with six goals and four assists.

Jackson McCormack (three goals), Mark Beirne (two) and Connor Rowley (two) accounted for Central’s goals. Central is 2-11.

Baseball

Bishop Guertin 10, Pinkerton 9: In the home ninth, Bishop Guertin (9-5) scored three runs to win. Andrew Mierzwa singled in one run and Eric Damphousse (two hits) reached on a fielders’ choice scoring Tim Donovan (three hits) with the winning run. Jason Ferlan had two hits in the win. BG had 13 hits.

Pinkerton’s Chris Gerossie and Connor Donohue each doubled and had two hits.

Pinkerton dropped to 9-5.





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