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High School Roundup: Oyster River hurler throws fourth straight no-hitter

May 20. 2017 12:12AM

For the fourth time in as many starts, an opposing team failed to touch Oyster River of Durham baseball’s Brennen Oxford. The junior tossed his fourth consecutive no-hitter for the Bobcats in a 6-0 win over Hollis/Brookline on Thursday in Durham.

Oxford, whose hitless streak now stands at 30 2/3 innings overall, struck out 13 on the way to continuing his torrid and unprecedented stretch of pitching. The lefty walked two batters and hit another.

The Cavaliers got runners on second and third in the first inning via an Oyster River error, a walk and a sacrifice bunt. Oxford promptly struck out two to escape the jam and stayed out of trouble thereafter.

Portsmouth 2, Windham 1: In Portsmouth, Beau Arsenault’s two-run homer made the difference for the Clippers (12-2). Kyle Pufhal outdueled Windham ace Brandon Dufault with six innings of three-hit, shutout ball. Dufault went the distance for Windham, allowing both Portsmouth runs on three hits while striking out six. Cam Burns had an RBI for the Jaguars (11-3).

Pinkerton 10, Trinity 3: In Derry, Trinity led 3-1 before Pinkerton spouted off nine unanswered runs, including eight in the fifth inning. Dave Currier (three hits), Brian Sutton (two hits) and Asa Runge (two hits) each finished with a pair of RBIs for the Astros (12-4). Starter David Unkles struck out six over four innings and Derek Hiscox earned the win for Pinkerton with two scoreless innings of relief. Tom Rock had two hits for Trinity (4-12).

Dover 7, Londonderry 5: In Londonderry, Jared Turgeon had three hits and two RBIs and Nick Schlapak added two hits and two RBIs for Dover (12-4). Londonderry led 2-0 after four innings, but Dover scored three runs in the fifth and then broke a 3-3 tie by scoring four times in the seventh. Shane McNamara and Ricky Perry each collected two hits for the Lancers (9-8).

John Stark 6, Pembroke 5 (8 innings): In Weare, Pembroke was limited to three hits and lost despite carrying a one-run lead into the bottom of the sixth. Jeremy Aubin’s bases-loaded single scored the game-winning run. Pembroke’s A.J. Hapgood surrendered five runs on eight hits in seven innings. He struck out three. John Stark’s Derek Goldrick hit a home run and earned the win by pitching two scoreless innings. Teammate Noah Green had two hits, including a two-run homer, and Adam Tower had two hits, two RBIs and two stolen bases.

Alvirne 8, Nashua South 1: In Nashua, Pat Rauseo allowed three hits in 6 1/3 innings to help Alvrine (7-8). stretch its winning streak to three games. Kyle Kostro had two hits and two RBIs for Alvirne. Eddie Sweeney also had two hits, and Danny McCrystal drove in two. South trailed 8-0 after four innings. Joe Routhier triped and scored South’s run on Owen Amigo’s sacrifice fly.

Campbell 9, Kearsarge 6: In Litchfield: Bryce Barrett pitched three scoreless innings of relief on his birthday to earn the win for Campbell (13-0). Barrett struck out six. He also had three hits and an RBI. Campbell’s Jacob Donvovan collected his first varsity hit, an RBI single. Kearsarge (4-10) led 6-0 after one inning.

Epping 8, Nute 4: In Epping, Noah Armstrong tossed a four-hitter and retirned 19 in a row at one point for Epping (4-9). Garrent Hughes had two doubles and drove in four for the Blue Devils, who received two hits from Armstrong, Bryan Morissey and Noah Bilodeau. Nute fell to 2-12.


Alvirne 10, Nashua South 0 (6 inn): In Hudson, Liz DeRosa knocked in five runs, including a three-run homer, to pace the Broncos. Alex Charbonneau added two RBIs for Alvirne, which had starter Kiara Chase toss a three-hitter in her first varsity start. South is 0-14.

Windham 4, Portsmouth 1: In Portsmouth, Anna Desjardin allowed three hits and struck out six in her complete-game win for the Jaguars (9-6). Desjardin added a pair of hits and a run scored while Jordan Hillyer and Alyssa Upton each provided an RBI. Portsmouth fell to 4-14.

Londonderry 12, Dover 2: In Dover, Londonderry (14-1) scored 11 times after being tied 1-1 through five innings. Lauren Misiaszek had four hits and scored three runs for the Lancers, who got two hits and a pair of RBIs from both Sarah Fawcett and Lizzie Niven. Ila Brown struck out nine and allowed four hits over seven innings to earn the win. Dover dropped to 4-9.

Pelham 1, Milford 0: In Pelham, first-inning doubles by Abbey Bevens and Sarah Ratcliffe produced the game’s only run and allowed the Pythons (12-2) to beat the Spartans (11-3) for the second time this week. Ratcliffe had three of Pelham’s seven hits. Shannon Morin pitched a four-hitter and struck out five. Milford failed to score despite having runners on second and third with one out in the seventh. Jen Carson had two hits for the Spartans.

Boys’ lacrosse

Goffstown 7, Keene 6 (OT): In Goffstown, the Blackbirds forced overtime with four unanswered goals, but the Grizzlies got the last laugh in the extra frame. Max Lajeunesse and Peyton Bickford each scored twice for Goffstown (4-9), which got 12 saves from goalie Finn Grant. Keene slipped to 7-8.

Derryfield 8, Winnacunnet 6: In Hampton, the Warriors kept it close but the Cougars found a way to remain unbeaten (15-0). Eric Mayer, Jon Maclean and Lee Sipes each found the net twice and goalie Avry Truex made 12 saves for Derryfield. Chris Nash scored twice for Winnacunnet (7-6).

Trinity 6, Stevens 3: In Manchester, the Pioneers got two goals apiece from Jimmy Kosiarski, Ethan Meissner and Nate Arcand. The Pioneers are have won five of six games and are 8-4 overall.

Belmont 15, Milford 14 (2 OT): In Belmont, Owen Clary scored six goals and Cam O’Shaughnessy finished with four, but it wasn’t enough to beat Belmont (1-10). Tim Gagnon made five saves for Milford (4-6).

Girls’ lacrosse

Souhegan 8, Bedford 4: In Bedford, Sammi Jay’s hat trick highlighted a big win for the Sabers (12-2), who have won three straight. Taylor Clark and Abby Cranney scored twice apiece to follow Jay. Meaghan Allard earned the win in net with 10 saves. Four players scored for Bedford (14-2).

Derryfield 21, Belmont 0: In Manchester, the Cougars (10-1) had 11 players score in the rout. Madi Kochanek led the charge with five goals while O’Neill Galinson scored four times. Belmont is 0-9.

Campbell 15, Coe-Brown 4: In Litchfield, Jamie Jutras had five goals and four assists and Jocelyn Theriault had five goals and two assists to help the Campbell program (1-11) earn its first varsity victory. Ally Dyac, Caitlin Newell, Stephanie Whalen, Autumn Thompson and Caitlyn Rossi each added a goal for the Cougars. Campbell won 15 of 19 draws and 23 loose ball controls. Coe-Brown slipped to 1-9.



Concord 7, Hanover 2

Singles: Aidan Connor (C) d. Noah Borrel, 8-6; Benny Gantrish (H) d. Adam Bryant, 8-0; Sebastian Hart-Meyer (C) d. Matty Siegel, 8-1; Aidan Biglow (H) d. Matt Chorlian, 8-3; Kevin Neary (C) d. Jasper Meyer, 8-3; Ethan Crandlemire (C) d. Will Bonner, 8-2.

Doubles: Connor/Bryant (C) d. Borrel/Gantrish, 8-4; Hart-Meyer/Chorlian (C) d. Biglow/Meyer, 9-7; Neary/Anders Norton (C) d. Siegel/Bonner, 8-1.


Pinkerton 5, Winnacunnet 4

Singles: Dylan Taylor (W) d. Seb Tonini, 8-4; Henry Su (P) d. Dimitri Minichello, 8-4; John Marineau (P) d. Mark Fagan, 8-3; Henry Andrews (P) d. Sam Crawford, 8-4; Max King d. Jeff Marquis, 8-5; Cam Leno (W) d. Tate Pinyochon, 8-6.

Doubles: Tonini/Marineau d. Taylor/Minichello, 9-7; Fagan/King def. Su/Pinyochon, 8-5; Andrews/Marquis d. Crawford/Leno, 9-8 (7-4).

Team records: Pinkerton 11-3; Winnacunnet 11-3.



Concord 9, Londonderry 0

Singles: Alexandria Killinger d. Sarah DePasquale, 8-3; Rebecca Cistulli d. Sarah Court, 8-1; Abigail Pople d. Amelia Brenner, 8-0; Sabrina Hart-Meyer d. Kathryn Dwyer, 8-6; Emma Pederson d. Rachel Court, 8-3; Lidia Yen d. Grace Sanderson, 8-2.

Doubles: Killinger/Cistulli d. DePasquale/S. Court, 8-0; Pope/Hart-Meyer d. Brenner/Dwyer, 8-5; Bailey Jackson/Lauren Mullen d. Emily Haten/Sanderson, 8-2.


Pinkerton 8, Winnacunnet 1

Singles: Zoe Freedman (PA) d. Meg Cooper, 8-2; Reiley Reinert (PA) d. Emily Walts, 8-6; Jess Vogel(W) d. Samantha Donahue, 8-3; Michaela Forand (PA) d. Nadiah Hamdi, 8-3; Chloe Freedman (PA) d. Anna Georgot, 8-5; Julia Farnum (PA) d. Megan Pike, 8-4.

Doubles: Z. Freedman/Reinert d. Cooper/Walts, 8-2; Donahue/Forand (PA) d. Vogel/Hamdi, 8-2; Sarah Metsger/Lucy Malcolm d. Grace Cooper/Sophie Stefanov, 8-3.

Team Records: PA 9-5; Winnacunnet 5-9.



Pinkerton 3, Hollis/Brookline 0

Game scores: 25-22, 25-22, 25-16.

Pinkerton (15-1) highlights: Cobi Moore 26 assists; Ty Behsman 16 kills, 10 digs; Sean Galusha 6 kills, 4 blocks; Kunjan Patel 16 digs, 2 assists.

Hollis/Brookline (9-4) highlights: Nick Wood 12 kills; Jonathan Brackett 12 kills; Scott Van Coughnett 3 aces, 1 block; Vivek Nithipalan 10 digs.


Manchester City Track Meet

At Manchester Memorial (Thursday)

Boys’ results

Team scores: 1. Manchester Memorial 117; 2. Trinity 76; 3. Manchester Central 45; 4. Manchester West 26

Individual results

100 Meters: 1. Sebastian Eaton, T, 11.10; 2. Konner Burke, MM, 11.19; 3. Oliver Thomas, T, 11.29; 200 meters: 1. Devin Jones, MC, 22.72; 2. Stephen Duckett, T, 23.11; 3. Omari Lewis, MM, 23.75; 400 meters: 1. Eaton, T, 51.56; 2. Tim Zepf, T, 52.30; 3. Lewis, MM, 53.38; 800 meters: 1. Zepf, T, 2:11.87; 2. Emmanuel Ndahayo, T, 2:13.05; 3. Alex Cermak, T, 2:15.56; 1600 meters: 1. Kevin Serrano, T, 5:05.19; 2. Clay Young, MC, 5:10.56; 3. Aiden McGahey, MC, 5:12.40; 3200 meters: 1. Danny Donovan, T, 9:46.44; 2. Evan Clark, MM, 9:56.16; 3. Thomas Bascom, MC, 10:16.07; 110 hurdles: 1. Thomas, T, 14.92; 2. Jordan Trombly, MM, 15.57; 3. Ryan Kenny, MM, 16.63; 300 hurdles: 1. Thomas, T, 41.53; 2. Trombly, MM, 42.40; 3. Kenny, MM, 42.64; 100 relay: 1. Trinity 45.18; 2. Memorial 45.38; 3. West 49.59; 400 relay: 1. Trinity 3:38.33; 2. Central 3:43.07; 3. Memorial 3:43.61; High jump: 1. Burke, MM, 5-10; 2. Houssam Serhan, MW, 5-10; 3. Tyrique Noel, MM, 5-8; Pole Vault: 1. Thomas Gerton, MM, 9-6; 2. Razvan Ionescu, MM, 8-6; 3. Mitchell Nault, MM, 8-6; Long Jump: 1. Connor Page. MM, 19-8.50; 2. Burke, MM, 19-6.5; 3. Cameron Bannister, MC, 19-03; Triple Jump: 1. Serhan, MW, 40-03; 2. Trombly, MM, 40-01; 3. Terrance Stroud, MM, 40-0.25; Shot put: 1. Anthony Angerami, MM, 39-11.25; 2. Bradley Ewing, MW, 35-09.50; 3. Griffin Auciello, MM, 34-06; Discus: 1. Gresham Connors, MM, 113-04; 2. Ewing, MW. 105-05; 3. Jassiah Billups-Francis, MC, 99-07; Javelin: 1. Ryan Leonard, MC, 118-00; 2. Cole Capano, MM, 113-02; 3. Thomas Gerton, MM, 112-04

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