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NHIAA Roundup: Dover, Hopkinton post baseball wins

May 26. 2014 8:15PM
Highly recruited Hopkinton High pitcher Jake Nelson slides safely into home base against Kearsarge Regional of Sutton on Sunday afternoon at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester. (Bruce Preston/Union Leader)
NHIAA Scores, Schedule
Sunday's scores

Hopkinton 5, Kearsarge 1
Mascenic 10, Wilton-Lyndeborough 2
Mascenic 10, Wilton-Lyndeborough 0

Girls’ Tennis
Londonderry 8, Nashua North 1

Wilton-Lyndeborough 16, Mascenic 3
Wilton-Lyndeborough 23, Mascenic 6

Monday's scores

Dover 5, Pinkerton 2
Salem 12, Bishop Guertin 3
Alvirne at Manchester Memorial
Merrimack 12, Nashua North 2
Fall Mountain at Monadnock
Newport 15, Mascoma 2
Portsmouth Christian at Pittsfield
Manchester Central at Trinity

Manchester Memorial at Alvirne
Fall Mountain at Monadnock
Newport 12, Mascoma 0
Merrimack 9, Nashua North 1
Portsmouth Christian at Pittsfield

Boys’ Lacrosse
Salem at Manchester Memorial

Girls’ Lacrosse
Timberlane at Salem

Tuesday's games
Franklin at Bishop Brady; Epping at Sunapee; John Stark at Hanover; Hollis/Brookline at St. Thomas; Winnacunnet at Keene; Oyster River at Kennett; Portsmouth at Kingswood; Inter-Lakes at Newfound; Winnisquam at Laconia; Manchester West at Lebanon; Lin-Wood at Profile; Exeter at Londonderry; Merrimack Valley at Pembroke; Souhegan at Milford; Pittsfield at Nute; Plymouth at Goffstown; Salem at Bishop Guertin; Nashua South at Spaulding; Stevens at Hillsboro-Deering; Bedford at Timberlane; Farmington at Belmont; Bow at Raymond; Campbell at Somersworth; Canaan-Pittsburg at Littleton; Groveton at Colebrook; ConVal at Sanborn; Derryfield at Newmarket; Pinkerton at Dover

Farmington at Belmont; Franklin at Bishop Brady; John Stark at Hanover; Stevens at Hillsboro-Deering; Bow at Raymond; Hollis/Brookline at St. Thomas; Hopkinton at Kearsarge; Keene at Winnacunnet; Oyster River at Kennett; Portsmouth at Kingswood; Winnisquam at Laconia; Trinity at Lebanon; Lin-Wood at Profile; Londonderry at Exeter; Pittsfield at Nute; Bishop Guertin at Salem; Campbell at Somersworth; Canaan-Pittsburg at Littleton; Inter-Lakes at Newfound; Merrimack Valley at Pembroke; Souhegan at Milford; Plymouth at Goffstown; Groveton at Colebrook; ConVal at Sanborn; Timberlane at Bedford; Derryfield at Newmarket; Dover at Pinkerton; Epping at Sunapee.

Boys’ Lacrosse
Bishop Guertin at Hanover; Keene at Bedford; Nashua North at Pinkerton; Manchester West at ConVal; John Stark at Stevens; Pelham at Kearsarge; Kennett at Trinity; Hopkinton at Kingswood; Pembroke at Laconia; Exeter at Londonderry; Gilford at Plymouth; Merrimack Valley at Bishop Brady; Milford at Windham; Souhegan at Nashua South; Oyster River at St. Thomas; Bow at Winnacunnet; Dover at Spaulding.
Girls’ Lacrosse
Bedford at Keene; Belmont at Merrimack Valley; Bishop Brady at Plymouth; Exeter at Pinkerton; Derryfield at John Stark; Dover at Portsmouth; Londonderry at Manchester Central; Nashua South at Concord; Kearsarge at Gilford; Bishop Guertin at Hanover; Pembroke at Pelham; St. Thomas at Winnacunnet; Nashua North at Souhegan.

Boys’ Volleyball
Hollis/Brookline at Souhegan; Keene at John Stark; Mascenic at Bishop Guertin; Salem at Pinkerton.

Coed Unified Volleyball
Spaulding at Dover; Pembroke at Gilford; Franklin at Laconia

Pinkerton Academy of Derry fell out of the top four in the Division I baseball standings Monday.

Top-seed and host Dover handed the Astros a 5-2 setback, dropping Pinkerton into fifth place with a 10-6 record. Dover raised its record to 14-2. Chris Gerossie collected two doubles, an RBI and scored a run for Pinkerton.

Hopkinton 5, Kearsarge 1: On Sunday at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium, Jake Nelson allowed one hit in six innings to spark the 9-5 Hawks. Nelson, who has scholarship offers from Duke and Georgia Tech, struck out seven and allowed one unearned run.
Nelson had two hits and scored three runs. Hopkinton’s Andrew Reale collected two hits in the victory. Kearsarge dropped to 6-9.