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May 27. 2014 10:55PM

NHIAA Roundup: Memorial baseball team edges Alvirne


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Tuesday's games
Baseball

Manchester Memorial 6, Alvirne 5
Franklin at Bishop Brady
Epping at Sunapee
Hanover 9, John Stark 2
Hollis/Brookline at St. Thomas
Keene 8, Winnacunnet 4
Oyster River at Kennett
Portsmouth 7, Kingswood 4
Winnisquam 3, Laconia 1
Lebanon 3, Manchester West 1
Lin-Wood at Profile
Londonderry 9, Exeter 6
Pembroke 11, Merrimack Valley 10
Milford 6, Souhegan 4
Pittsfield 11, Nute 1
Pelham 5, Windham 2
Goffstown 4, Plymouth 2
Salem at Bishop Guertin
Nashua South at Spaulding
Stevens at Hillsboro-Deering
Bedford at Timberlane
Farmington at Belmont
Bow 5, Raymond 2
Campbell at Somersworth
Canaan-Pittsburg at Littleton
Groveton at Colebrook
ConVal at Sanborn
Newmarket 11, Derryfield 9
Pinkerton at Dover
Mascenic 11, Hinsdale 0
Concord 7, Salem 5
Newfound 3, Inter-Lakes 0

Softball
Farmington 2, Belmont 1
Franklin 9, Bishop Brady 7
John Stark at Hanover
Stevens 15, Hillsboro-Deering 0
Raymond 16, Bow 4
Hollis/Brookline at St. Thomas
Hopkinton 21, Kearsarge 5
Winnacunnet 11, Keene 2
Oyster River at Kennett
Portsmouth at Kingswood
Winnisquam 14, Laconia 3
Trinity 10, Lebanon 1
Lin-Wood at Profile
Exeter 13, Londonderry 10
Nute 21, Pittsfield 7
Salem 4, Bishop Guertin 3
Campbell 22, Somersworth 3
Canaan-Pittsburg at Littleton
Inter-Lakes 15, Newfound 9
Merrimack Valley 12, Pembroke 7
Souhegan at Milford
Goffstown 12, Plymouth 6
Groveton at Colebrook
ConVal at Sanborn
Timberlane at Bedford
Derryfield at Newmarket
Dover 13, Pinkerton 0
Epping at Sunapee
Alvirne 7, Manchester Memorial 3

Boys’ Lacrosse
Bishop Guertin 20, Hanover 8
Bedford 17, Keene 0
Nashua North at Pinkerton
ConVal 25, Manchester West 3
John Stark 18, Stevens 0
Pelham at Kearsarge
Trinity 20, Kennett 6
Kingswood 7, Hopkinton 5
Laconia 18, Pembroke 5
Exeter 12, Londonderry 9
Plymouth 9, Gilford 7
Merrimack Valley 11, Bishop Brady 8
Milford 9, Windham 5
Souhegan 13, Nashua South 3
St. Thomas 6, Oyster River 3
Bow 9, Winnacunnet 6
Dover 11, Spaulding 4

Girls’ Lacrosse
Bedford 18, Keene 3
Belmont at Merrimack Valley
Plymouth 12, Bishop Brady 11
Pinkerton 18, Exeter 10
Derryfield 15, John Stark 4
Portsmouth 13, Dover 3
Londonderry at Manchester Central
Concord 18, Nashua South 4
Kearsarge 21, Gilford 7
Hanover 14, Bishop Guertin 3
Pelham 19, Pembroke 17
Winnacunnet 10, St. Thomas 0
Souhegan 20, Nashua North 3

Boys’ Volleyball
Hollis/Brookline at Souhegan
John Stark 3, Keene 1
Bishop Guertin 3, Mascenic 1
Pinkerton 3, Salem 0
At WEARE
John Stark 3, Keene 1
25-13, 25-19, 16-25, 25-18

JS: Ryan Compagna (2 aces, 7 kills); Brandon Dugay (2 aces, 12 kills); Ryan Sandmann (1 ace, 1 kill, 39 assists); Serge Boucher (3 aces, 7 kills); Carson Dunn (11 kills)
Records: John Stark 6-8; Keene 5-8

At DERRY
Pinkerton 3, Salem 0
25-23, 26-24, 25-22

Pinkerton: Kyle Heidler (36 assists); Andrew Lechner (17 kills, 4 blocks); Cooper Williams (8 kills); Chris Komisarik (5 kills) Salem: n/a
Records: Pinkerton 12-2; Salem 13-1


At NASHUA
Bishop Guertin 3, Mascenic 1
25-20, 25-14, 23-25, 25-22

BG: Aidan Loftus (10 sp, 2 aces, 9 kills); Kyle Cushion (14 sp, 4 aces); Slade Sousa (10 sp, 4 aces, 4 assists); Tom Stuopis (10 sp, 3 aces, 7 assists, 9 kills); Vadim Beliak (16 sp, 3 aces, 10 digs)
Records: BG 6-7; Mascenic 4-10


Coed Unified Volleyball
Spaulding 2, Dover 0
Pembroke at Gilford
Laconia 2, Franklin 1


Boys' Tennis (NHIAA tournament)
At BEDFORD
Bedford 9, Alvirne 0

Singles: Dan Soucy (B) d. Matt O’Brien 8-1; Ian Horne d. Raul Stedile 8-6; Andrew Allen d. Jared Whalen 8-1; Zach Anderson d. Colin Calnan 8-0; Zach Gould d. Sam Bonney-Liles 8-0; Gurudeep Machupalli d. Henry Williams 8-2. Doubles: Soucy/Allen d. O’Brien/Stedile 8-2; Horne/Gould d. Bonney-Liles/Williams 8-2; Anderson/Tim Weeks d. Andrew Wetmore/Brett Richardson 8-0
Records: Bedford 15-0; Alvirne 7-8

At MANCHESTER
Derryfield 9, Souhegan 0

Singles: John Cissel d. Nate Dziadek, 8-4; Sam Grondin d. Anthony Zeolie, 8-0; Max Curtin d. Jason Emmond, 8-1; Gavin Shilling d. Parker Desborough, 8-1; Brock Higley d. Brendan Sileo, 8-5; Ethan Chen d. Alex Frazier, 8-4 Doubles: Cissel/Grondon d. Zeolie/Emmond, 8-2; Curtin/Shilling d. Frazier/Dziadek, 8-2; Higley/Chen d. Sileo/Desborough, 8-5
Records; Derryfield 15-0, Souhegan 8-7

At KEENE
Keene 3, Nashua North 1 (suspended due to rain)

Singles: Jacob Arikian (NN) d. Reilly Hay 8-6; Matt Gray (K) d. Sam Kluger 8-5; Patrick Hamill (K) d. Ethan Kim 8-2; Will Silverstein (K) d. David Grossman 8-2
Match will resume Wednesday

At EXETER
Concord 5, Exeter 4

Singles: Justin Toler (C) d. Chris Lietz 8-5; Cam Maher (E) d. Thomas Bengtson 8-1; Josh Pifer (C) d. Ty Cloyd 9-7; Tucker Guen (E) d Evan Hewey 8-6; Marc Cochran (E) d Adam Bryant 8-4; Liam Healy (C) d Eric Schleicher 9-8 (7-5) Doubles: Toler/Bengtson (C) d Maher/Cloyd 8-5; Lietz/Cochran (E) d Pifer/Mattias Lambert 8-3; Hewey/Healy (C) d Guen/Schleicher 8-4
Records: Concord 11-4; Exeter 12-3

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Wednesday's scores
Baseball

Dover at Alvirne; Exeter at Bedford; Bishop Guertin at Trinity; Mascenic at Bow; Nute at Derryfield; Berlin at Laconia; Bishop Brady at Pelham; Newport at Conant; Concord at Spaulding; Gilford at Franklin; Windham at Hanover; Hinsdale at Wilton-Lyndeborough; Keene at Nashua North; Profile at Gorham; Inter-Lakes at White Mountains; Moultonborough at Lin-Wood; Littleton at Lisbon; Londonderry at Merrimack; Manchester Central at Salem; Hillsboro-Deering at Monadnock; Nashua South at Manchester Memorial; Mascoma at Fall Mountain; Newfound at Winnisquam; Winnacunnet at Pinkerton; Woodsville at Rivendell

Softball
Spaulding at Concord; Nute at Derryfield; Berlin at Laconia; Hanover at Trinity; Bishop Brady at Pelham; Mascenic at Bow; Hinsdale at Wilton-Lyndeborough; Nashua North at Keene; Moultonborough at Lin-Wood; Littleton at Lisbon; Merrimack at Londonderry; Salem at Manchester Central; Manchester Memorial at Nashua South; Hillsboro-Deering at Monadnock; Newfound at Winnisquam; Inter-Lakes at White Mountains; Mascoma at Fall Mountain; Pinkerton at Winnacunnet; Woodsville at Rivendell; Newport at Conant; Alvirne at Dover; Bedford at Exeter; Gilford at Franklin; Goffstown at Merrimack Valley; Profile at Gorham

Boys’ Lacrosse
Hanover at Salem; Londonderry at Nashua North; Cape Elizabeth, Maine at Pinkerton; Bow at Timberlane; Bishop Brady at Hopkinton; Manchester Memorial at Concord; Hollis/Brookline at ConVal; Windham at Derryfield; Nashua South at Exeter; John Stark at Lebanon; Kennett at Plymouth; Goffstown at Bedford; Trinity at Manchester West; Merrimack at Keene; Pembroke at Merrimack Valley; Monadnock at Pelham; Oyster River at Spaulding; Portsmouth at Winnacunnet; St. Thomas at Dover.

Girls’ Lacrosse
Bedford at Goffstown; Hanover at Dover; Kingswood at Oyster River; Spaulding at Timberlane; Keene at Bow; Concord at Salem; Lebanon at Hopkinton.

Matt D’Ambrosio’s RBI base hit in the fifth inning gave Manchester Memorial a 6-5 win over Alvirne of Hudson in NHIAA baseball action at Gill Stadium Tuesday.

Designated hitter Brian Shea was hit by a pitch and Cody Bassett sacrificed him over before D’Ambrosio’s game-winner.

Alvirne was led by Rob Flohr (two-run double the in first) and a bases-loaded triple from Jacen Hudson that tied the game at 5-5 in the third after Memorial had scored five in the second frame.

 

Pembroke 11, Merrimack Valley 10: Pembroke rallied for three runs in the seventh inning to win. Vinny Dustin tripled and scored on a throwing error. Jerry Caruso walked and eventually scored on a passed ball. Chris Gauss scored the winning run on a single by Liam Wright.

 

Concord 7, Salem 5: At Concord, the Crimson Tide held off a late Salem rally. The Blue Devils scored three runs in the top of the seventh but could pull no closer. Ben Bengsten and Mikael Mangoogian each had two hits and an RBI for Concord. Josh Perreault (2-for-4, two RBIs) led the Salem offense.

 

 

Salem 12, Bishop Guertin 3: In Nashua on Monday, Matt Meisner collected three RBIs and teammates Nick Shumski and Josh Perrault each drove in two runs for the Blue Devils.

Mitch Dufton led a 14-hit attack with three and Shumski, Jake White and Meisner each had two hits. Drew Sanborn and Justin McQuarrie each drove in a run for the Cardinals.

Winning pitcher C.J. Beaulieu allowed four hits and one earned run over seven innings. He fanned two batters.

 

 

Dover 5, Pinkerton 2: In Dover, Anthony Lupi, Ryan Hayden, Mike Wasserman, Connor Rittenhouse and Robby Sheldon each drove in a run for Dover, which scored five runs in the sixth inning. Sheldon pitched a six-hitter over six innings and Lupi pitched the scoreless seventh for the save.

 

 

Goffstown 4, Plymouth 2: At Goffstown, Tanner Putnam’s double in the sixth inning knocked in two runs to give Goffstown its first lead of the game at 4-2. Mike Bailey’s double tied the game before Putnam’s double. Pat Viviers had two hits for Goffstown.

 

 

Hanover 9, John Stark 2/John Stark 2, Hanover 1: At Hanover, the hosts and John Stark of Weare split a doubleheader. Parker Thurston was the winning pitcher for Hanover in the first game, scattering six hits and striking out six. Evan Greenwald (two runs, RBI), Jordie Levin (run, RBI) and Josh Goodrich (run, RBI) led the Hanover offense. Egan Nickerson had a complete game win for Stark in the second game. Hanover is now 5-8 and John Stark is 8-8.

 

 

Newmarket 11, Derryfield 9: Sam Leahy’s two-run walk-off homer in the eighth inning spelled defeat for 7-7 Derryfield. Tucker Blaisdell had three hits for the Cougars and Kyle Slevira had two.

 

 

Softball

 

 

Trinity 11, Lebanon 1: Jenna Nalette struck out seven batters over four innings. Autumn Lansiegne added six more strikeouts over the final three innings. Trinity belted 11 hits, including triples from Michelle Taylor, Alyson Pascucci and Allies Curran.

 

 

Franklin 9, Bishop Brady 7: Lexi Colpack finished the game with three hits, including a home run and two RBIs. She scored three runs. Mariah Gauthier, Lauren Hennessy and Shelby Joyce each had two hits.

 

 

Raymond 16, Bow 4 (6 innings): At Raymond, Alex Cole (two hits, three RBIs), Danyel McNicholas (two hits, two RBIs, two runs, three stolen bases) and Sabrina Sweeney (three runs, three RBIs) paved the way on offense for Raymond (10-5). Pitcher Kim McLaughlin added a two-run double. She threw a complete game with nine strikeouts). Bow (1-14) got two hits and a run from Maddie Palisi.

 

 

Dover 13, Pinkerton 0: Jesse Mau and Ashley Deyo each had four hits for Dover in Derry. Deyo drove in six runs, and three hits apiece were registered by Kristin Boduch, Molly St. Germain and Caroline Shoeubucher. Dover had 21 hits.

 

 

Monadnock 8, Fall Mountain 2: On Monday in Swanzey, Monadnock (7-6) was led by winning pitcher Felicia Gaillardetz, who pitched a four-hitter over seven innings. She fanned five and allowed two walks. Yanna Hendrickson clouted a three-run homer and Maddie Ellnor added an RBI double. Alicia Springer and Kaylee Goodell each scored twice in the win.

 

Goffstown 12, Plymouth 6: At Goffstown, the Lady Grizzlies improved to 12-4 after a comeback win. Goffstown’s offense was lead by senior Lindsey Lord, who went 2-for-4 with two doubles while freshman Allyssa Lombardi was 2-for-4.

 

 

Salem 4, Bishop Guertin 3: At Salem, the hosts came up with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. Leah Perez (double, RBI) and Bridget Soraghan (two hits, two runs) led the BG offense.

Girls’ lacrosse

Pinkerton 18, Concord 2: On Monday, Kennedy Daziel collected three goals and two assists in the win.

Maggie McCarthy, Erin Coutts, Aleah MacKay, Ali Davis and Avery Drouin each added two goals for Pinkerton. Scoring once for Pinkerton were Dani Tompkins, Colby Millsaps, Sarah Lambert, Ariel Vaillancourt and Maggie Mulrennan. Kaela Nikoaem and Delana Erickson each scored for Concord.

 

Hanover 14, Bishop Guertin 3: At Hanover, Kristin Cameron scored her 100th career goal but it was not enough for the Cardinals.

Boys’ lacrosse

Exeter 12, Londonderry 9: In Exeter, Buddy Carr and Jack Carr each scored three goals and Brad Simas had two for the Blue Hawks. Max Hastings led Londonderry with three goals and Nick Yennaco had three assists. Sam Hastings and Dave Wiedenfeld each had two goals.

 

Souhegan 13, Nashua South 3: At Nashua, Mitch Hale (six goals, assist) Brendan Cray (two goals, two assists) and Blake Burnley (goal, two assists) led the way for the visiting Souhegan of Amherst (11-5) squad. South (4-11) was led by Colin Morrow (two goals, assist) while Brian McKinley made 14 saves in net.

 

 

John Stark 19, Stevens 0: At Claremont, Matt Richard led a varied scoring attack with three goals and three assists. Brody Fredericks (two goals, assist), Adam King (two goals) and Jacob Fitts (two goals) chipped in for Stark.

 

 

Trinity 20, Kennett 6: The Pioneers were led by Tyler Tambouris with three goals and one assist, Will Sheppard with four goals and two assists and Will Towner with seven goals and three assists. Tristan Theroux added three goals and three assists. Jacob Eldred also had two goals and three assists.

 

Pinkerton 16, Nashua North 1: James Tulley, Brett Dattilo and Todd Billetter each had three goals for 14-3 Pinkerton. Austin Maylor added two goals and one assist.

 

Bishop Guertin 20, Hanover 8: At Hanover, the Cardinals improved to 16-2. Tom Hurley had six goals and two assists to lead BG while Connor Donahue (three goals, three assists) and Dom St. Laurent (three goals, two assists) helped out. Hanover fell to 10-7.


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