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May 22. 2014 11:20PM

NHIAA Roundup: Pinkerton, Souhegan earn lacrosse wins

Pinkerton's Cam Richard tries to get the ball as he battles Londondery's Nick Yennaco in Londonderry on Thursday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)

NHIAA results, schedule

Thursday's scores

Campbell 12, Conant 2
Gilford 8, Somersworth 5
Andover, Mass. 7, Salem 5
Lisbon 10, Canaan-Pittsburg 0
Somersworth 8, Gilford 5
Wilton 9, Hinsdale 6
Inter-Les 10, Laconia 7
Pinkerton at Trinity, ppd. to 5/29

Boys’ Lacrosse
Pinkerton 18, Londonderry 5
Souhegan 17, Salem 3
Central 20, Memorial 1
Concord at Hanover
Exeter at Bishop Guertin

Girls’ Lacrosse
Bedford 17, Bow 7
Hopkinton 9, ConVal 8
Kearsarge 11, Lebanon 9
Keene at Winnacunnet
Laconia 9, Bishop Brady 8
Lebanon at Kearsarge
Portsmouth at St. Thomas
Souhegan 18, Salem 11
Plymouth 18, Kingswood 17

Boys’ Tennis
Portsmouth 7, Soluhegean 2
Gilford 6, Berlin 1

ConVal 7, Milford 2 (Wednesday)
Singles: Daniel Forrest (CV) d. Kyle Leach, 8-6; Brendan Grenier (CV) d. Paradon Leelabutra, 8-6; Jack Lithgow (CV) d. Andrew Fuhs, 8-0; John Colantonio (CV) d. James Halstead, 8-1; Tucker Lamb (CV) d. Niko Goikas, 8-4; Jared Blanc (M) d. Malik Tabbara, 8-6. Doubles: Carl Svensson/Mateusz Czerki (CV) d. Leach/Blanc, 8-3; Andrew Pierce/Tabbara (CV) d. Halstead/Leelabutra, 8-6; Alan Brooks/Mitchell Lepine (M) d. Lamb/Forrest, 9-7.

Girls’ Tennis
Moultonboro 9, Prospect Mtn. 0
Souhegan 5, Portsmouth 4
Conant 6, Sanborn 0
Monadnock 5, Profile 2

Moultonborough 9, Prospect Mtn. 0 (Wed.)

Singles: Angela Yeo d Annika Patterson, forfeit; Ally Lively d Jordan McElhaney 8-0; Sophea Sindorf d Lauren Breuer 8-0; Jenn Lively d Cydney McIntyre 8-1; Veronica Diltz d Hollie Foster 8-2; Logan Donovan d Kayla Jury 8-1. Doubles: Yeo/Bridget Ireland d McElhaney/Foster 8-3; Lively/Lively d Breuer/McIntyre 8-2; Sindorf/Diltz d Jury/Alex Gimby 8-0.

Moultonborough 9, Inter-Lakes 0 (Wednesday)

Singles: Angela Yeo d Caitlin Curran 8-1; Ally Lively d Mary Sapack 8-0; Sophea Sindorf d. Danielle Bliss 8-1; Jenn Lively d Emilie Haight 8-2; Veronica Diltz d. Emily Robinson 8-5; Logan Donovan d Bridie O’Connell 8-6. Doubles: Yep/A. Lively d Sapack/Bliss 8-2; Sindorf/Diltz d Curran/Robinson 8-6; Donovan/Bridget Ireland d Zoey Fentress/Alaina Duchin 8-2.

Windham 8,. Oyster River 2
Winnisquam 2, Belmont 0
Laconia 3, Inter-Lakes 2
Conant 1, Campbell 0

Boys' Volleyball
Timberlane 3, Londonderry 1

Londonderry leaders: Spenser Flood 17 assists; Matt Gendron 11 assists; Nick Winn 13 kills; Nick Stevens 12 kills, 3 blocks; Grant Peters 3 blocks; Alex Champa 11 digs; Ben Parker 6 kills; Aidan McCafferty 7 digs

Friday's games

Belmont at Winnisquam; Bishop Brady at Somersworth; Campbell at Bow; Conant at Kearsarge; Derryfield at Sunapee; Hanover at John Stark; Hillsboro-Deering at Hopkinton; Inter-Lakes at Mascoma; Keene at Bedford; Kennett at Plymouth; Kingswood at Merrimack Valley; Laconia at Prospect Mountain; Lebanon at Manchester West; Lin-Wood at Groveton; Lisbon at Gorham; Manchester Memorial at Winnacunnet; Mascenic at Wilton-Lyndeborough; Merrimack at Manchester Central; Milford at Hollis/Brookline; Monadnock at Stevens; Moultonborough at Nute; Newfound at Franklin; Nashua South at Londonderry; Oyster River at Coe-Brown; Portsmouth Christian at Newmarket; Pelham at Fall Mountain; Pembroke at Windham; Portsmouth at St. Thomas; Profile at Woodsville; Salem at Concord; Sanborn at Goffstown; Souhegan at ConVal; Raymond at Farmington; Spaulding at Bishop Guertin; White Mountains at Berlin.

Boys’ Lacrosse
Windham at Hollis/Brookline; Spaulding at St. Thomas; Plymouth at Kingswood; Portsmouth at Bow; Pelham at Manchester West; Kennett at Merrimack Valley; Kearsarge at John Stark; Goffstown at Keene; Hopkinton at Pembroke; Dover at Oyster River; ConVal at Milford; Derryfield at Stevens; Bedford at Merrimack

Girls’ Lacrosse
Bishop Guertin at Spaulding; Concord at Pinkerton; Bishop Brady at Oyster River; Dover at Goffstown; Keene at Brattleboro, Vt.; Manchester Central at Hanover; Manchester Memorial at Nashua North; Nashua South at Hollis/Brookline.

Boys’ Tennis
Winnacunnet at Manchester Memorial.

Girls’ Tennis
Londonderry at Nashua North.

Londonderry at Nashua South; Lisbon at Gorham; Lin-Wood at Groveton; Laconia at Prospect Mountain; Kingswood at Merrimack Valley; Kennett at Plymouth; Mascenic at Wilton-Lyndeborough; Newfound at Franklin; Moultonborough at Nute; Nashua North at Merrimack; Monadnock at Stevens; Milford at Hollis/Brookline; Derryfield at Sunapee; Exeter at Dover; Fall Mountain at Bellows Falls. Vt.; Inter-Lakes at Mascoma; Hillsboro-Deering at Hopkinton; Hanover at John Stark; Concord at Salem; Campbell at Bow; Conant at Kearsarge; Bishop Guertin at Spaulding; Bishop Brady at Somersworth; Bedford at Keene; Belmont at Winnisquam; White Mountains at Berlin; Winnacunnet at Manchester Memorial; Raymond at Farmington; Souhegan at ConVal; Oyster River at Coe-Brown; Portsmouth Christian at Newmarket; Pembroke at Windham; Profile at Woodsville; Portsmouth at St. Thomas.

Boys’ Volleyball
Souhegan at Londonderry; Timberlane at Hollis/Brookline; Dover at Salem; Mascenic at Windham; Methuen, Mass. at Pinkerton; Keene at Bishop Guertin

Pinkerton Academy of Derry is starting to peak in boys’ lacrosse.

Todd Billiter garnered five goals and James Tully added four as the Astros captured their sixth straight win with an 18-5 decision against rival host Londonderry Thursday.

Pinkerton is in sole possession of second place at 13-3 and will host third-place Nashua North (10-4) next Tuesday. Londonderry dropped to 8-6.

Pinkerton led 9-2 at halftime behind Jake Lisauskas, who tallied two goals and four assists. Evan Sweeney collected three goals and two assists. Nick Yennaco led the Lancers with two goals and two assists.



Souhegan 17, Salem 3: In Amherst, Brendan Cray and Mitch Hale each netted six goals and added two assists. Souhegan improved to 10-5 with one regular season match to play. Salem dropped to 4-11. Joe Nutting added three goals and two assists to the win and Blake Burnley had three assists. Oilver Ouellette and Tim Craig each scored a goal for Salem.

Girls’ lacrosse

Derryfield 13, Laconia 12: On Wednesday in Manchester, Derryfield (12-0) got past Laconia (8-2) behind four goals and two assists from Brynn Polgrean. Polly Carter had three goals and Alex Campbell-Diehl added two goals. Hailey Martal and Helen Tautkus each had four goals for Laconia. Cat Green had three saves for Derryfield.



Hopkinton 9, ConVal 8: On Wednesday, Zoe Paige and Maddy Zimmermann each scored three goals for ConVal. Meghan Close added a goal and an assist. Lilly Grisafi made 13 saves.


Winnacunnet 7, Alvirne 3 (Wednesday): Mike Nastasia collected three hits and Cam Hauze added a two-run double for Winnacunnet. Tyler Brown’s school record of 28 scoreless innings came to an end in the second inning. In six starts he has a 1.29 ERA and a 0.959 WHIP. Brown has recorded four shutout wins this season, including three straight against Bishop Guertin, Nashua South and Bedford. He will be attending Northeastern University next fall on a baseball scholarship, according to Alvirne head coach Mike Lee.



Campbell 12, Conant 2: Christian Bourgea had four hits and drove in two runs. Zack Byers and Connor Sahlin each added three hits and Kyle Shaw collected two hits and two RBIs. Campbell raised its record to 10-2 behind starting and winning pitcher Ryan Glendye (3-0) who fanned five and walked one. He allowed five hits.



Andover, Mass. 7, Salem 5: In a two-week span, Andover has toppled Londonderry, Bishop Guertin and now Salem. Matt Meisner led Salem’s five-hit attack with three and drove in two runs. C.J. Beaulieu, Mitch Dufton and Josh Perrault each had an RBI for the Blue Devils.



ConVal 9, Lebanon 4: On Wednesday, Matt Davis of ConVal pitched seven innings, giving up two earned runs. Mathias Fressilli had four hits and Tyler Aborn added three hits for ConVal.


Windham 8, Oyster River 2: Rachel Rogers got the win, striking out 12 Bobcats and allowing just three hits. Rogers helped herself at the plate, collecting two hits and three RBIs. Rachel Vafides had two hits and scored twice. Christina Steere (two hits) and Emily Comtois (double, 2 RBI) also contributed to the victory.

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