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High School Roundup: Lancers' Brown does everything against Bedford

May 12. 2018 1:10AM
Memorial's Eric Langley is safe at first base as Winnacunnet's #18 scrambles for the ball in the second inning at Gill Stadium in Manchester on Friday. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)

Londonderry High’s Ila Brown had more hits and runs than she allowed to Bedford in a 10-0 win for the Lancers’ softball team on Friday in Londonderry. Brown tossed a no-hitter and clubbed a pair of home runs to help the Lancers extend their winning streak to 11 games and move to 12-1 overall.

Brown, who struck out 11, came within one batter of a perfect game as she issued a walk with two outs in the seventh inning. She backed her own effort out of the circle with the two long balls, which were part of a three-hit, three-RBI night. Emily Nelson had two hits and two RBIs while Cassidy Raza, Alivia Proulx and Michaela Doyle each had one RBI to go along with two hits. Bedford fell to 4-7.

Raymond 13, Winnisquam 10: In Tilton, the Rams (4-7) scored six runs in the fourth to overcome a 6-3 deficit and then scored four more times in the fifth to cap their scoring. Erin Roderick smoked two solo homers, which were the first two of her career, and scored four times while collecting three hits overall for the Rams. Jaida Mitchell added three hits and three runs scored for Raymond while Nicolle Hartford had three RBIs. Emily DeCormier had two hits and four runs scored for Winnisquam (4-6), which got all 10 of its runs from its top three hitters.

Pembroke 4, Merrimack Valley 3: In Pembroke, Stephanie Berube threw a four-hitter, striking out six for the win. Rachel Denoncourt and Kayla Paquin each had two hits and drove in a run for 10-1 Pembroke. Saddie Merrow hit a two-run homer for Merrimack Valley (4-8).

Windham 19, Trinity 1 (5 inn.): In Windham, the Jaguars scored all their runs in the first inning on eight hits. Aislinn Miller had three of her five RBIs in the first inning. Six players posted two RBIs for Windham (7-4), which had starter Amelia Williamson scatter four hits for the complete-game win. Trinity is 2-9.

Goffstown 7, Sanborn 4: In Kingston, Shannon Gifford struck out 13 and hit her seventh homer of the season to left the Grizzlies (10-2). Justine Watterson was another bright spot at the plate for Goffstown as she went 4-for-4 with three doubles. Sanborn is 5-5.

Milford 14, ConVal 2 (5 inn.): In Milford, Amanda Atkinson struck out three over five innings for a victory while knocking in a pair of runs on two hits. Milford (11-0) also had Abby Stillwagon (two RBIs) and Cora Holthouser (one RBI) provided a pair of hits each. ConVal fell to 2-7.

Keene 5, Brattleboro (Vt.) 4: In Keene Gabby Hayden had a pair of RBIs while Alyssa Bartlett struck out 12 to give the Blackbirds (10-4) the out-of-state win.

Goffstown 16, Oyster River 4: In Durham on Thursday, Olivia Baldyga earned the win. Shannon Gifford homered twice and Kara Lendry was 3-for-4 with a double. Teghan Coyle who went 2 -for-4 with a pair of doubles and Kaylee Molan went 2-for-3.


Bedford 6, Londonderry 3: In Bedford, the Bulldogs used a six-run second inning to improve to 13-0. Pat Harrington and Grant Lavigne each posted two RBIs for the Bulldogs. Anthony Ferraro and Jake Bolduc had an RBI each for Londonderry (5-8), which stayed competitive with five innings of scoreless relief from Dakota Johnson.

Goffstown 10, Laconia 0 (5 inn.): In Laconia, Justin Pinard, Nick LaBrie and Carter Chouinard all had two hits to pace Goffstown (10-2), which scored all of its runs in the second inning. Derek Steckowych tossed a five-hitter with eight strikeouts. Laconia fell to 3-7.

Winnacunnet 8, Manchester Memorial 4: In Manchester, the Warriors scored four runs in the sixth inning to break the game open after leading 4-3 at the start of the frame. Luca Danos, Cam Charrette and Pat Cotter each had two hits for Winnacunnet (2-12). Andrew Mills tossed six innings for the win. Taylor Fournier had three hits and an RBI for Memorial (4-6), which committed four errors that helped lead to six Winnacunnet runs.

Winnacunnet's Pat Cotter races to third base as Memorial's first baseman Eric Langley runs forward at Gill Stadium in Manchester on Friday. Cotter goes on to score as well. (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)

John Stark 3, Lebanon 1: In Weare, Brett Patnode and Derek Goldrick sparked the Generals (10-1) both on both sides of the ball. Patnode got the win, throwing six innings and allowing one unearned run on three hits while striking out six, while Goldrick needed 12 pitches for the save. The duo did a job at the plate as well with Patnode posting an RBI triple while Goldrick socked his fourth home run of the season and finished 2-for-4. Lebanon fell to 2-8.

Windham 3, Hanover 2: 
In Windham, Tommy Langlois’ RBI single in the sixth inning broke a 2-2 tie for Windham (7-3). Tyler Toohey added an RBI for the Jaguars, who got a complete game and seven strikeouts from Ryan Faria. Hanover is 5-3.

Keene 11, Trinity 6: 
In Manchester, Owen Fauth (one RBI, three runs scored) and Marcus Soucia (two RBIs) each posted three hits to help Keene improve to 8-5. Foster Stacey collected three hits and three RBIs to lead Trinity (2-9) while Cam Tomko posted a pair of hits and knocked in two.

Exeter 7, Alvirne 0: 
In Exeter, Sam Rollick’s three hits and Colin Jackson’s one-hitter highlighted the win for the Blue Hawks (12-2). Exeter also got multi-hit efforts from Tom Polhemus and Cody Morissette. Ryan Ruigrok had the only hit for the Broncos (3-9).

Dover 15, Bishop Guertin 6: In Nashua, the Cardinals (8-6) were led by Aiden Coyne, who went 3-for-4 with three RBIs, and Tony Gallinaro, Ryan Gallagher and Brad Anderson, who all had two hits.

Pembroke 5, Merrimack Valley 4: In Pembroke, Cole Hapgood went the distance, allowing four runs on five hits while walking three and striking out six. Hapgood also drove in the winning runs in the fifth with a two-run double. Pembroke (5-6) got two-hit performances from Jared Murray and Cam Nixon. Caleb Heath and Caleb Chevarie had doubles for Merrimack Valley (4-7).

Merrimack 4, Timberlane 0: In Merrimack, the Tomahawks snapped an eight-game skid with Jake Mainey’s three-hit shutout. Grant Mercier had two hits and two RBIs while Jack Goodwin also came through with an RBI for Merrimack (3-12). Timberlane slipped to 7-7.

Portsmouth 6, Coe-Brown 0: In Portsmouth, Clippers starter Trevor Van Allen tamed the Bears, scattering five hits and striking out eight for the complete-game win. Peyton Goodrich clubbed a solo homer to lead Portsmouth (10-2) while Myles Sargent and Oscar Lalime posted two hits apiece. Jake Rich had two hits for Coe-Brown (4-6).

Boys’ lacrosse

John Stark 14, Kennett 9: In Conway, the Generals (4-7), jumped out to a 6-0 lead and held on. Parker McQuarrie scored five goals and Kayden Easter added four. Jack Baumann scored two and assisted on two, and John Rizzitano had a goal and an assist.

Trinity 8, Lebanon 4: In Manchester, Trinity trailed 4-2 entering halftime but scored six unanswered. Ryan Etzo led the Pioneers (5-3) with three goals and two assists, and Dillon Brown had two goals and an assist. Nate Chickering led Lebanon (1-8) with a goal and two assists.

Goffstown 11, Pembroke 0: In Pembroke, the Grizzlies got hat tricks from Nick Mason and Griffin Cook while Finn Grant stopped 10 shots for the shutout. Goffstown (7-3) scored six times in the second quarter to fuel the win. Pembroke fell to 1-7.

Dover 14, Timberlane 7: In Dover, the game was tied 6-6 in the third quarter before four unanswered goals put the Green Wave (9-1) ahead for good. Dominic Silverio scored four times with an assist while Justin Colizzi and Andrew Housely each netted hat tricks for Dover. Matt Licata and Jack Gray posted hat tricks for Timberlane (5-5).

Manchester Central 10, Concord 8: In Manchester on Thursday, Alex Hawkom had six goals to lead the Little Green. Alec Kacavas scored three and TJ Pacheco had one. Central goalie Owen McNichols made 16 saves.

Pinkerton 15, Nashua South 5: In Nashua on Thursday, Chad Teresky led the Astros (10-1) with six goals and three assists, and Chad Auger scored three and assisted on three. Linscott scored twice for the Panthers (5-7).

Girls’ lacrosse

Londonderry 10, Concord 3: In Concord, Catie Derhak had a hat trick while Jenna Stowell and Sarah Duarte both scored twice for Londonderry (5-8). Concord (4-5) received goals from Erin Doherty, Ananya Nadeau and Nicole Toler and nine saves from Fabi McLeod.

Souhegan 18, Nashua North 3: In Amherst, Taylor Clark and and Abby Cranney posted six and eight points to fuel Souhegan’s rout. Clark had six goals and two assists while Cranney scored three times with three helpers. Brigid Casey added four goals and an assist for the Sabers (12-1). Danielle Upton, Julia Gagnon and Zoe Fillebrown scored a goal apiece for North (4-8).

Boys’ volleyball

Bishop Guertin 3, Mascenic 1: In Nashua, Erik Wizboski led the Cardinals with six aces and a block. Chris Barillas had an ace and 34 assists, Jack Wizboski had an ace, 20 kills and three blocks, and Connor Ogorchock had two Aces, 13 kills and a block.


At Hudson

Nashua South 7, Alvirne 2

Singles: Amol Khanna (NS) d. Connor Lambert, 8-0; Rohan Kumar (NS) d. Kyle Ping, 8-3; Derek Lee (NS) d. Cole Taylor, 9-7; Mike Beaudette (NS) d. Christos Tufts, 8-5; Matt Beaudette (NS) d. Anish Menghani, 8-4; Anish Kammila (NS) d. Drew Cote, 8-1.

Doubles: Khanna/Kumar (NS) d. Lambert/Taylor, 8-4; Ping/Oliver Thomas (A) d. Trevor Stewart/Sahith Kaki, 8-2; Cam Hilton/ Colin O’Neil (A) d. George Eid/ Pratheek Kotamarti, 8-5.

At Manchester

Merrimack 6, Manchester Memorial 3

Singles: Greg Keeler (M) d. Todd Tran, 8-6; Cam Wilson (M) d. Jason Tang, 8-2; Colby Benoit (M) d. Matt Cawley, 8-6; Nick Johnson (MM) d. Om Panwalker, 8-2; Can Nguyen (MM) d. Matt Tobey, 8-3; Brody Clark (M) d. Danny Nguyen, 8-3.

Doubles: Keeler/Wilson (M) d. Tran/Tang, 8-4; Johnson/C. Nguyen (MM) d. Benoit/Clark, 8-1; Panwalker/Tobey (M) d. Hamza Shahzad/Tyler Tang, 8-0.

At Keene

Keene 5, Manchester Central 4

Singles: Noah Ramiree (K) d. Josh Nichols, 8-4; Alex Haddad (C) d. Peter Milne, 8-4; Mike Royce (K) d. Eammon Ryan, 8-1; Jack Mulcahy(C) d. connor Chamberlain, 8-3; Alex Walker (C) d. Adam Pattavian, 8-6; Nico Ramirez (K) d. Max Nakos, 8-6.

Doubles: Ramirez/Royce (K) d. Nichols/Haddad, 8-7; Mulcahy/Ryan(C) d. Milne/Chamberlain, 9-7; Pattavain/Ramirez (K) d. Walker/Nakos, 9-7.

At Dover

Dover 8, Bishop Guertin 1

Singles: Nick Schlapak (D) def. Chris Wang, 8-3; Max Casey (D) def. Spencer Beek, 8-2; Dominick Frank (D) def. Vladimir Kupchik, 8-2; Evan Butler (BG) def. John Nash, 8-6; Nick Marchuk (D) def. Graham Diack, 8-0; Zack Nelson (D) def. Kevin Stinson, 8-5.

Doubles: Schlapak/Frank (D) d. Wang/Beek, 8-4; Casey/Nash (D) d. Andrew Kelly/Joe Stinson, 8-4; Marchuk/Nelson (D) d. Leon Jiang/Youssef Alim, 8-1.

At Amherst

Souhegan 7, ConVal 2

Singles: Matt Lampley (S) d. Zach Kriebel, 8-0; Sam Goddard (S) d. Everrett Landers, 8-3; Kyle Gibson (S) d. Taylor Burgess, 8-1; Ben Kriebel (CV) d. Dale Estes, 8-4; Josh Lacaillare (S) d. Andres Tourgee, 8-4; Mike Dodge (S) d. Noah Krason, 8-5.

Doubles: Lampley/Goddard (S) d. Z. Kriebel/Landers, 8-0; Gibson/Estes d. Burgess/B. Kriebel, 8-6; Krason/Jamison Coty (CV) d. Cam Fritz/Pat Conway, 8-4.

At Exeter

Concord 5, Exeter 4

Singles: Kevin Neary (C) d. Zach Butenas, 8-1; Ethan Crandlemire (C) d. Nick Morales, 8-3; Liam Grennon (C) d. Chris Natola, 9-8 (7-5); Ben Butenas (E) d. Anders Norton, 9-7; Nate Levine (C) d. Will Gaughan, 9-7; Duncan MacDonald (E) d. Jonathan Shamash, 8-6.

Doubles: Butenas/Butenas (E) d. Neary/Norton, 9-7; Morales/Natola (E) d. Grennon/Levine, 8-0; Crandlemire/Shamash (C) d. Gaughan/Kyle Lanker, 8-6.

At Bow

Profile 5, Bow 4

Singles: Jake Peterson (P) d. Brayden Binder, 8-2; Caleb Olson (B) d. Seamus Slattery, 8-1; Sasha Streich (P) d. Zach Mullen, 8-4; Jack Sampo (P) d. Dillan D’Allesandro, 8-4; Jon Cook (B) d. Dan Kennerson, 8-3; Daniel Silva (B) d. Max Ritter, 8-0.

Doubles: Slattery/Peterson (P) d. Binder/Olson, 8-2; Streich/Sampo (P) d. D’Allesandro/Mullen, 8-2; Neeraj Naik/Silva (B) d. Kennerson/Ritter, 8-2.

Girls’ tennis

At Nashua

Londonderry 6, Nashua North 3

Singles: Amelia Brenner (L) d. Brenna Rose, 8-0; Elizabeth Dion (N) d. Rachel Cook, 8-2; Brooke Bakhit (N) d. Rachel Court, 8-2; Amanda Wells (L) d. Tiffany Tejada, 8-2; Melanie Wells (L) d. Gabrielle Leferriere, 8-1; Emily Hatem (L) d. Daniela Quinonez, 8-0.

Doubles: Rose/Dion (N) d. Brenner/Cook, 8-5; Court/A. Wells (L) d. Bakhit/Tejada, 8-4; M. Wells/Hatem (L) d. Leferriere/Ospina, 8-0.

At Hollis

Hollis/Brookline 5, Goffstown 4 (Match one)

Singles: Kelly Walsh (G) d. Julia Stam, 8-0; Bailey Gagnon (G) d. Deleeney Weiner, 8-0; Jamie Baines (G) d. Emily Spooner, 8-4; Samantha Randlett (HB) d. Caroline Newell, 8-0; Lia Elsenberg (HB) d. Grace Delorme, 8-6; Samantha Morse (HB) d. Hanna Tate, 9-8.

Doubles: Walsh/Gagnon (G) d. Stam/Weiner, 8-3; Spooner/Randlett (HB) d. Baines/Newell, 8-3; Elsenberg/Kingsley (HB) d. Delorme/Strong, 8-0.

At Hollis

Goffstown 5, Hollis/Brookline 4 (Match two)

Singles: Kelly Walsh (G) d. Julia Stam, 8-3; Bailey Gagnon (G) d. Deleeney Weiner, 8-0; Jamie Baines (G) d. Emily Spooner, 8-6; Samantha Randlett (HB) d. Caroline Newell, 8-0; Lia Elsenberg (HB) d. Grace Delorme, 8-1; Samantha Morse (HB) d. Hanna Tate, 8-5.

Doubles: Walsh/Gagnon (G) d. Stam/Weiner, 8-3; Baines/Newell (G) d. Spooner/Randlett, 8-3; Elsenberg/Kingsley (HB) d. Delorme/Strong, 8-0.

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