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May 29. 2014 10:58PM

NHIAA Roundup: Paitchel's big day leads Pelham


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Thursday's scores
Baseball

Hanover 12, Sanborn 4
Portsmouth 1, Hollis/Brookline 0
Inter-Lakes 6, Mascoma 3
ConVal 5, Souhegan 1
Pinkerton 3, Trinity 1, 8 inn.
Central 4, Trinity 2
Salem 2, Central 1
Monadnock 7, Hillsboro-Deering 0
Plymouth 9, Pembroke 8
Spaulding 8, Nashua South 2
Keene 5, Timberlane 0
Londonderry 6, Merrimack 5
Newfound 4, Franklin 1
Kingswood 4, Kennett 3
Goffstown 9, Merrimack Valley 1
Lebanon 10, Milford 5
Pelham 6, Mascenic 1
Gorham 11, Canaan-Pittsburgh 7
Somersworth 10, Raymond 0
Campbell 4, Farmington 0
Colebrook 13-14, Groveton 3-0

Boys’ Lacrosse
Trinity 11, Monadnock 7
Windham 13, Kearsarge 6
St. Thomas 17, Bishop Guertin 9

Girls’ Lacrosse
Hanover 14, Dover 1
Bow 18, Spaulding 8
Concord 14, Exeter 2
Plymouth 16, Gilford 8
Pembroke 12, Merrimack Valley 8
Souhegan 14, Pinkerton 13
Londonderry 21, Salem 1
Laconia 19, Belmont 6
Bishop Brady 15, Oyster River 2
Derryfield 20, Pelham 4
Kearsarge 12, Kingswood 11
Winnacunnet 13, Portsmouth 9
Goffstown 18, Timberlane 10
Nashua North 18, Nashua South 8

Softball
Salem 3, Central 2
Franklin 14, Newfound 0
Pembroke 3, Plymouth 2
Raymond 10, Somersworth 8
Kennett 9, Kingswood 1
Campbell 14, Farmington 1
Goffstown 11, Merrimack Valley1
Dover 6, Concord 0
Newmarket 5, Epping 3
Portsmouth 4, Hollis/Brookline 0
Sunapee 3, Derryfield 0
Profile 7, Lin-Wood 0
Milford 20, Lebanon 0
Hillsboro-Deering 4, Monadnock 3
Pelham 10, Mascenic 3
Gorham 5, Canaan-Pittsburgh 5
Colebrook 5-15, Groveton 4-3


Boys’ Volleyball
Hollis/Brookline 3, Mascenic 0
John Steark 3, Londonderry 2
Timberlane 3, Pinkerton 1
Salem 3, Goffstown 0
Bishop Guertin 3, Souhegan 1
AT KEENE
Windham 3, Keene 0
Scores: 27-17, 25-13, 25-20
Records: Windham (13-2); Keene (5-8) Windham stats: Kills: Andrew Lowman 10; Blocks: Lowman, Tim Raymond 4 each; Assists: Tucker Lippold 14; Service points (aces): Lowman 11; Digs: Kurtis Jolicouer 11

AT DERRY
Timberlane 3, Pinkerton 1
Scores: 25-21, 22-25, 22-25, 18-25

Stats: Andrew Lechner 12 kills; Cooper Williams 10 kills; Kyle Heidler 28 assists 5 kills

AT AMHERST
Bishop Guertin 3, Souhegan 1
Scores: BG 25-22; 20-25; 25-21; 25-18

Highlights: Aidan Loftus: 26 attacks, 12 Kills, 13 digs; Kyle Cushion: 13 served points, four aces, 17 attacks, four kills; Alec O’Connor: 13 attacks, five kills, five blocks; Tom Stuopis: 19 served points, ace, 27 attacks, 7 kills, 7 assists; Vadim Beliak: 9 served points, four aces, 12 digs; Donny Adie: 10 attacks, 6 kills, three blocks; Ryan Szczygielski, 17 digs

AT LONDONDERRY
John Stark 3, Londonderry 2
Scores: JSR 25-19; 21-25; 19-25; 25-18; 15-12

Stats: Brandon Dugay, 2 aces and 15 kills; Ryan Sandmann, 3 aces and 48 assists; Serge Boucher 13 kills; Carson Dunn 14 kills, 6 stuffs

Boys' Tennis
Division I semifinals
At BEDFORD
Bedford 8, Winnacunnet 1

Singles: Dan Soucy (B) d Ross Kenney 8-1; Dylan Taylor (W) d Ian Horne 8-5; Andrew Allen (B) d Garrett Burgon 8-2; Zach Anderson (B) d Eric Dunn 8-2; Zach Gould (B) d Bryan Schwechheimer 8-2; Gurudeep Machupalli (B) d Nick Mininchello 8-1 Doubles: Soucy/Allen (B) d Kenney/Taylor 8-4; Horne/Gould (B) d Dunn/Schwechheimer 8-5; Anderson/Tim Weeks (B) d Burgon/Josh Snider 8-2
Season Records: Bedford 16-0; Winnacunnet 13-3

Division II semifinals
AT MANCHESTER
Derryfield 9, Lebanon 0

Singles: John Cissel d. Max Reed, 8-6; Sam Grondin d. Nabeel Kahn, 8-3; Max Curtin d. Jeff Purdy, 8-1; Gavin Shilling d. Terran Campbell 8-1; Brock Higley d. Jacob Peress, 8-5; Ethan Chen d. Jacob Armstrong, 9-7 Doubles: Cissel/Grondin d. Reed/Purdy, 9-8 (7-3); Curtin/Shilling d. Kahn/Campbell, 8-3; Higley/Chen d. Peress/Armstrong 8-3
Records: Derryfield 16-0; Lebanon 14-2

Girls' Tennis
Division III quartefinals
AT MOULTONBOROUGH
Moultonborough 9, Gilford 0

Singles: Angela Yeo (M) d. Lindsey Corsack 8-4; Megan Wallace (M) d. Emily Hanf 8-5; Ally Lively (M) d Abby Lines 8-4; Sophea Sindorf (M) d. Abigail Keurafas 8-4; Jenn Lively (M) d Kayla Vieten 8-4; Veronica Diltz (M) d. Brook Poll 8-4. Doubles: Yeo/A. Lively (M) d. Corsack/Hanf 8-4; Wallace/Sindorf (M) d Lines/Vietan 8-0; J. Lively/Diltz (M) Keurafas/Sisi Remick 8-4.

Division I quarterfinals
AT EXETER
Exeter 6, Londonderry 3

Singles: Cassie Burbine (L) d. Katie Wood, 8-2; Ana Milosavljevic (L) d. Melissa Wood 8-4; Anna Heard (E) d. Marissa Beaton, 8-5; Kate Lietz (E) d. Anna Sheveskeyev, 8-1; Rachel Salzman (E) d. Sarah DePasquale, 8-1; Abby Aleksa (E) d. Faith Giguare, 8-0 Doubles: Burbine/Milosavljevic (L) d. Wood/Wood, 8-1; Heard/Salzman (E) d. Beaton/DePasquale, 8-4; Lietz/Aleksa (E) d. Kathryn Dwyer/Sheveskeyev, 8-1




Friday's games
Baseball

Alvirne at Merrimack; Bedford at Manchester Central; Belmont at Gilford; Conant at Hopkinton; Dover at Concord; Wilton-Lyndeborough at Epping; Keene at Exeter; Hanover at Manchester West; Hinsdale at Sunapee; Prospect Mountain at Inter-Lakes; Lisbon at Profile; Londonderry at Winnacunnet; Manchester Memorial at Spaulding; Moultonborough at Woodsville; Pinkerton at Nashua South; Fall Mountain at Stevens; Trinity at Timberlane

Girls’ Lacrosse
Exeter at Bedford; Windham at Hanover

Softball
Merrimack at Alvirne; Manchester Central at Bedford; Wilton-Lyndeborough at Epping; Exeter at Keene; Belmont at Gilford; Hinsdale at Sunapee; Lisbon at Profile; Winnacunnet at Londonderry; Spaulding at Manchester Memorial; Moultonborough at Woodsville; Nashua South at Pinkerton; Trinity at Souhegan; Prospect Mountain at Inter-Lakes; Fall Mountain at Stevens; Timberlane at Bishop Guertin; Conant at Hopkinton

Hannah Paitchel collected four hits, including the 100th of her career, and drove in five runs to lead Pelham past Mascenic of New Ipswich 10-3 in softball Thursday in Pelham.

The Pythons (11-4) won their sixth straight game and have won nine of their last 10 games. Paitchel, now with 102 career hits, drove in five runs. She belted a three-run homer and a two-run single. Sarah Ratcliffe had two hits in the win and Jordan Parece collected a two-run single. Parece gained the mound win with a two-hitter. She fanned eight and walked one batter.

Goffstown 11, Merrimack Valley 1: Sophomore pitcher Anna Strong allowed two hits and fanned nine hitters in the win. Nicole Nanof smacked a two-run homer and a grand slam to lead the Grizzlies (14-4).

Salem 3, Central 2: Brittany Wallace and Amanda Bickford each had two hits for Salem. Sarah Lavallee collected three hits for Central and drove in two runs. Lavallee struck out 10 batters in the loss. Colleen O’Hara also had two hits for Central.

Franklin 14, Newfound 0: Kelsey Bird and Hailey Haskins combined on a no-hitter as Franklin defeated the Bears in five innings. Bird pitched the first three innings, allowing one walk with five strikeouts. Haskins fanned three over the final two innings. Franklin finished its regular season with an 11-5 record.

Raymond 10, Somersworth 8: Danyel McNicholas and Hannah McNicholas each had three hits to pace Raymond’s 18-hit attack. Danyel McNicholas and Alex Cole (three hits) each drove in two runs. Makenzie Philibert collected three hits and three RBI’s. Sylvia Hamilton had a grand slam for 1-15 Somersworth. Raymond closed out its regular season at 11-5.

Baseball

Pinkerton 3, Trinity 1 (8 inns.): In Manchester, John Polichetti went the distance in the win for the Astros. He pitched a three-hitter, walked three and fanned three batters. Chris Gerossie, Tom Diskin and Polichetti each had an RBI. Carmen Giampetruzzi suffered the mound loss despite fanning 12 batters.

Central 4, Trinity 2: Central scored its winning run on a squeeze in the seventh inning. Collin Duffley pitched a complete game win for the Little Green (7-10). Trinity (5-12) must beat Timberlane (6-11) today at 4 p.m. in Plaistow to remain alive for a playoff berth.

Salem 2, Manchester Central 1: Host Salem scored its runs in the fourth inning. Jake White doubled, and scored on a single by Matt Meisner, who stole second. He scored on a single by Josh Perrault. In the seventh inning a Central runner was tagged out at home and the game ended when another Central runner was tagged out trying to advance to third base.

Londonderry 6, Merrimack 5: The Lancers posted the comeback win with four seventh-inning runs. Brett Evangelista and Rob Del Signore each had two hits in the win. Del Signore homered and finished with two RBIs. Nick Musto, Geoff Kayo and Zach Tavano each had an RBI.

Pinkerton 12, Winnacunnet 6: In Derry Wednesday, Nate Rossi, Chris Gerossie and Connor Donahue each had two hits to pace a 12-hit attack for the Astros. Riley Cahill drove in two runs with three hits and Tom Diskin had three RBIs. Donahue also garnered two RBIs. Cam Hauze had three hits and three RBIs for Winnacunnet.

Campbell 4, Farmington 0: Tyler Butler pitched a five-hit shutout with five strikeouts and two walks. Christian Bourgea had three hits to pace a 12-hit attack. Kyle Shaw, Zack Byers, and Austin Baker each had two hits. Byers, Connor Sahlin, and Bob Baril each drove in a run for Campbell (12-2).

On Saturday, Campbell plays two road games. The Cougars will face Bow at 10 a.m. and Somersworth at 4 p.m.

Hanover 12, Sanborn 4: Rohan Kumar, on 108 pitches, threw an eight-hitter with seven strikeouts and five walks. Evan Greenwald had two hits and drove in two runs. Ben Herndon-Miller added three hits and two RBIs. Jordie Levin collected two hits for Hanover (6-9).

Plymouth 9, Pembroke 8: In a nine-inning game, Noah Cote came in relief and threw 8 strong innings. The Pembroke offense was led by Vinny Dustin with three hits. Liam Wright and Cole Laliberte each had two hits.

ConVal 5, Souhegan 1: Ivon Clough threw a two-hitter, striking out six and walking no one. Seth Learned (RBI) and Jonathan Robinson had the hits for Souhegan. Matt Davis, Joe Edwards, and Mathias Fressilli each had RBI singles for ConVal.

Boys’ lacrosse

Pinkerton 18, Cape Elizabeth, Maine 4: On Wednesday in Maine, Pinkerton (15-3) defeated Cape Elizabeth (10-2) behind four goals from Austin Maylor and Sean Delea. Evan Sweeney collected three goals and teammates Todd Billetter (four assists) and Jake Lisauskas each scored twice. Jack Hanaway, Connor Delea, Sean Donohue, Liam Rooney and Mason Barchard each scored once for the Astros.

Girls’ lacrosse

Goffstown 18, Timberlane 10: In Plaistow, the 6-9 Grizzlies defeated the 3-13 Owls behind six goals from Lexi Foster. Sydney Gagnon collected three goals and three assists and Sydney Dubois had two goals and four assists. Goffstown was also led by Courtney Caron (2 goals, 1 assist), McKenzie Chu (3 goals, 1 assist) and Sarah Cuddy (2 goals, 1 assist). Anne Steckowych, Bri Proulx, and Alyssa Bourque each had an assist. Goffstown goalie Dulcie Trottier had 14 saves.

Londonderry 21, Salem 1: In Londonderry, leading the Lancers (9-7) was Noelle Lambert with five goals and one assist. Alexa Bedell had four goals and one assist and was followed by Gabbi Morris (one goal, three assists), Molly Koon (three goals), Hannah Kearney (one goal, two assists), Maeve Holland (two goals, assist), Breda Holland (goal, assist), Sarah Bell (two goals), Kristen Bates (goal), June Cranmer (goal) and Chelsea Lewis (assist). Londonderry goalies Emily Holtshouser (8 saves) and Michaela Kewley (one save) combined in nets. Ashley Zanini had the lone goal for Salem.

Derryfield 20, Pelham 4: In Pelham, Derryfield (14-0) defeated Pelham (3-8) behind eight goals from Polly Carter and seven goals from Brynn Polgrean. Madi Kochanek tallied four goals and three assists and Hannah Menakaya collected one goal and one assist. Goalie Cat Green made four saves.

Bishop Guertin 18, St. Thomas Aquinas 8: Averi Farhat scored a game-high seven goals and Katherine Lambert added five goals and five assists for the Cardinals. Kristin Cameron (2 goals, 3 assists) and Bryn Carroll, who scored twice, also contributed to the win.


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