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NHIAA Roundup: Milford softball still unbeaten with win over Goffstown


May 16. 2018 10:46PM




Raven Comtois scored what turned out to be the game-winning run on a passed ball with two outs in the bottom of the fifth inning to help the Milford High School softball team improve its Division II record to 13-0 with a 2-1 victory in Milford on Wednesday.

Jenna DeAnglis limited Goffstown (10-4) to two hits and struck out 12. Cora Holtshouser, Milford’s No. 9 hitter, collected two hits in the victory.Milford took a 1-0 lead when Abby Stillwagon scored on a passed ball in the second, but Goffstown tied the game in the top of the fifth. Kara Lendry singled and scored from third on a fielder’s choice.

Londonderry 2, Manchester Central 0: At Manchester, senior hurler Lauren Misiaszek pitched a five-hitter and struck out 13 en route to the Lancers’ 14th win against a single loss. Misiaszek (two walks, five hits) also went 3-for-4 at the plate and knocked in both Londonderry runs. Third baseman Cassidy Raza had two hits for the Lancers. Central (4-10) received a complete game from pitcher Danika Kolesar, who struck out four and walked only one. Kolesar also went 2-for-2 at the plate.

Winnacunnet 3, Pinkerton 2: In Hampton, Hannah Thompson walked with the bases loaded to bring home Winnacunnet’s winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning. The game was set to go to extra innings before the Warriors took charge as Pinkerton knotted the game up 2-2 in the sixth with an RBI each from Ellie Cashman and Reese Aislinn. Macie Harkovich picked up the win in the circle and had two hits, including an RBI double, for the Warriors (13-2) while Stephanie Reed added two hits and a run scored. Hannah Frazier posted three hits for the Astros (10-6).

Alvirne 8, Merrimack 5: In Hudson, Alvirne (8-6) scored five times in the third inning and tacked on three in the fifth to scoot past the Tomahawks. Alicia Salvalzo posted three hits and an RBI for the Broncos (8-6), who also got two hits and an RBI each from Alexis Charbonneau and Farah Cestrone. Merrimack slipped to 3-11.

Campbell 7, Conant 1: In Litchfield, Olivia Byers limited Conant to three hits and struck out eight to help the Cougars improve to 10-0 in Division III. Mary Kuczkowski, Cassidy Gibbons, Emma Rousseau and Riley Gamache each had two hits for Campbell. The loss dropped Conant to 8-3.

Concord 4, Keene 1: In Keene, Alyssa Bartlett’s complete-game, nine-strikeout performance wasn’t enough for Keene (11-5). Megan Healey had two of Keene’s five hits, both of which were doubles. Molly Harvey (double), Gabby Hayden (single) and Reese Earle (single) had Keene’s other hits. Emily LaBounty had Keene’s only RBI. Concord improved to 11-3.

Bedford 15, Nashua South 3: In Bedford, the Bulldogs overcame an early 3-0 deficit to win in five innings and even their record at 7-7. Maddie Fraitzl picked up her seventh win in the circle and went 3-for-4 at the plate with two RBIs. Erica Barley had two homers and drove in six. Morgan Fraitzl, Amelia Edwards and Maddie Lucontoni each had two RBIs for the Bulldogs.

Bishop Guertin 12, Memorial 3: In Manchester, Memorial’s Taylor Wilson hit a home run and turned a double play in center field by throwing out a runner at first base. Kayla Swist had a hit and reached base three times for the Crusaders (1-11). BG improved to 3-11.

Salem 7, Timberlane 3: In Salem, Sydney Emerson (three hits) and Tayla Whitaker (two hits) came up with an RBI each for Salem (9-5). Brianna Marino scored twice with two hits while striking out six for the win in the circle for Salem. Hannah Collins paced Timberlane (7-7) with three hits and an RBI.

Windham 9, Pelham 3: In Pelham, the Jaguars (9-4) scored seven times in the first inning and never turned back. Aislinn Milner carried the load for Windham (9-4) with three hits, including a homer, to go with three RBIs and three runs. Renee Boudreau added three hits and an RBI for Windham. Madison Burke had two hits and a run while Jess Slaton had an RBI for Pelham (7-5).

Baseball

Trinity 5, Nashua North 4: In Nashua, Foster Stacey pitched a complete game and had an RBI single for the Pioneers (3-10). Stacy allowed three hits and struck out five. Colin O’Brien collected two hits, drove in a run and scored once for Trinity.  Louis Rosenthal and Ethan Frenette each had a hit and RBI for the Pioneers. North dropped to 9-7.

Goffstown 10, Merrimack Valley 0: In Goffstown, Mitch Scacchi pitched five innings to pick up the win for the Grizzlies (12-2). Scacchi gave up two hits and struck out four. Carter Chouinard had a three-run home run and Clay Campbell added a two-run homer. Connor Hujsak (three hits), Campbell (two), Chouinard (two), Tyler Santoro (two), and Nick Labrie (two) had multiple-hit games for Goffstown. Merrimack Valley fell to 5-8.

Pelham 4, Windham 3: In Pelham, Matt Poff had a two-run triple for Pelham, which was held to four hits in the game. Reagan Brunelle scored twice for the Pythons (6-5). Pelham’s Bobby Charette held Windham to two runs in seven innings. Jacob Wallace had two hits for Windham (8-4).

John Stark 6, Sanborn 2: In Weare, Brady Philibotte’s go-ahead single in the fourth inning pushed the generals past the Indians. Derek Goldrick and Rian Queen both homered for John Stark with Goldrick tallying three RBIs overall. The Generals (11-2) had pitchers Brett Patnode and Ben Stogner scatter two hits. Sanborn is 4-9.

Alvirne 12, Spaulding 8: In Rochester, the Broncos (4-10) jumped out to a 10-2 lead after four innings before hanging on. Jeff Piantaggini knocked in three runs and Ryan Ruigrok had two RBIs for Alvirne (4-10). Hayden Callery and Evan Beals added to the Broncos’ fortune with two hits apiece. Robbie Creteau collected three hits to lead Spaulding (6-7).

Derryfield 4, Hinsdale 2: In Hinsdale, Charlie Lynch stranded runners on second and third with a pair of strikeouts to seal the win for the Cougars (5-5). Lynch added had three hits and three runs scored while Sawyer Strong had a hit and an RBI. Brendan Sheehan earned the victory for Derryfield (5-5), while Ryan Boggio struck out five in a complete-game effort for Hinsdale (3-11).

Winnacunnet 9, Pinkerton 6: In Derry, Asa Runge had three hits and drove in three runs, but Pinkerton’s nine-game winning streak came to an end. Eli Runge pitched two innings of scoreless relief for the Astros (11-4). Jake Bullard, Travis Arsenault, Seamus Fenlon and Drew Wyman each had two hits for the Warriors (3-13).

Boys’ lacrosse

Derryfield 17, Concord 6: In Concord, Connor Glosner and Jon Maclean both logged five goals and an assist while Eric Mayer added two goals and three assists for Division II Derryfield of Manchester (14-0). Brendan Pearl and Eaton Tarbell both scored twice and Jay Blasko made 10 saves for Division I Concord (3-11).

Goffstown 9, Bow 8: In Goffstown, Eric Dubois, Konnaugh Donovan and Nick Mason each scored twice, and Finn Grant made 15 saves for the Grizzlies (9-3). Nick McGovern, Mason Grasso and Matt Harkins each scored two goals for Bow (5-6).

Campbell 17, Stevens 2: In Claremont, Colby Wilson had six goals and five assists to lead the Cougars (2-9). Campbell also received two goals from Skylor Compagna, and Jason Rubino led the Cougars with six ground balls. Stevens fell to 0-9.

Hopkinton 9, Trinity 4: In Hopkinton, Colby Quiet’s six goals helped the Hawks (11-0) remain undefeated. Will Brown scored twice for Trinity (5-4).

Milford 17, Lebanon 7: In Milford, Cam O’Shaughnessy collected six goals and an assist, and Gavin Urda finished with four goals and one assist to lead Milford (6-5) . The Spartans also received two goals and six assists from Owen Clary and nine saves from Tim Gagnon.Josh Shaw led the Milford defense with six forced turnovers and 10 ground balls. The loss dropped Lebanon to 2-9.

Exeter 13, Nashua South 7: In Exeter, Mike Penna scored four goals to become Exeter’s all-time leading goal scorer in the Blue Hawks’ (10-3) victory. Penna has 183 goals in his high school career. South (7-8) received a goal and three assists from Devin Linscott and two goals from both Joe Bodi and Tyler Bernard.

Inter-Lakes 12, Coe-Brown 8: In Meredith, Ben Heyligger and Jacob Radwan each had two goals in Coe-Brown’s loss. Both teams are now 6-5.

Girls’ lacrosse

Windham 18, Merrimack Valley 7: In Windham, Ryane Farrell scored seven goals, Madi Connelly had four and Maggie Farrell finished with three to lead the Windham (10-5) offense. Devon Hamilton and Allie Connelly each had two assists for the Jaguars. Merrimack Valley fell to 1-10.

Nashua South 14, Keene 4: In Nashua, Laura Galvez, Liz Harrington and Kirsten McIntire each had three goals to lead South (6-7). McIntire collected her 100th career point. Abbey Rowe made six saves for the Panthers, including the 400th of her career.

Boys’ volleyball

Pinkerton 3, Mascenic 0: At New Ipswich, Brian Castle had 25 assists, nine service points and an 1 ace, Hunter Hazard had nine 9 kills, and Sean Galusha notched six kills and 4 blocks. Pinkerton is 13-2; Mascenic is 4-7.

Boys’ tennis

At Jaffrey

Bow 5, Conant 4

Singles: Sigmund Woniecki (C) d. Brayden Binder (B), 8-6; Caleb Olson (B) d. Evan Bennett (C), 8-2; Chris Newton (C) d. Zach Mullen (B) 8-6; Dillan D’Allesandro (B) def Connor Ahern (C), 8-0; Jon Cook (B) def Dameion Greco (C), 8-2; Daniel Silva (B) def Blake Ferguson (C), 8-2.

Doubles: Bennett/Newton (C) def Binder/Olson (B), 8-4; Woniecki/Ahern (C) def D’Allesandro/Mullen (B), 8-1; Silva/Neeraj Naik (B) def Greco/Ferguson (C), 8-0.

Team records: Bow 10-2, Conant 12-2.

At Derry

Pinkerton 5, Bedford 4

Singles: Rohit Yerram (B) def. Seb Tonini, 8-3; Jason Boucher (B) def. John Marineau, 8-1; Henry Su (P) def. Zach Suozzo, 8-6; Henry Andrews (P) def. Tyler Whitney, 8-3; Jeff Marquis (P) def. Nick Bayer, 8-6; Conor Jowett (P) def. Bohdan Higley, 8-6.

Doubles: Yerram/Boucher (B) d. Tonini/Marineau, 8-4; Su/Andrews (P) d. Suozzo/Whitney, 8-6; Bayer/Higley (B) d. Marquis/Colby Day, 9-7.

At Nashua

Concord 8, Nashua North 1

Singles: Kevin Neary (C) d. Kevin Kelly, 8-2; Ethan Crandlemire (C) d. Michael Lai, 8-2; Liam Grennon (C) d. Nathan Yeung, 8-1; Anders Norton (C) d. Stephan Norris, 8-3; Nate Levine (C) d. Zack Rowe, 8-2; Winsor Bean (C) d. Seth White, 8-3.

Doubles: Kelly/Yeung (N) d. Neary/Norton, 8-5; Grennon/Levine (C) d. Lai/Norris, 8-4; Crandlemire/Jonathan Shamash (C) d. Rowe/White, 8-1.

At Manchester

Dover 6, Derryfield 3

Singles: Jeff Pratt (DS) def. Nick Schlapak, 8-5; Trent Henrich (DS) d. Max Casey, 8-4; Dominick Frank (D) d. Brett Chapdelaine, 9-8; John Nash (D) d. Tyler Critz, 8-4; Nick Marchuk (D) d. Max Smith, 8-1; Zac Nelson (D) d. Brady McGinley, 8-4.

Doubles: Pratt/Henrich (DS) d. Schlapak/Frank, 8-5; Casey/Nash (D) d. Chapdelaine/Critz, 8-1; Marchuk/Nelson (D) d. Smith/McGinley, 8-4.

At Manchester

Bishop Guertin 5, Manchester Central 4

Singles: Chris Wang (BG) d. Josh Nichols, 8-3; Alex Haddad (C) d. Spencer Beek, 8-2; Eamon Ryan (C) d. Ryan Fitzgerald, 8-6; Jack Mulcahy (C) d. Vladimir Kupchik, 8-4; Evan Butler (BG) d. Alex Walker, 8-4; Graham Diack (BG) d. Max Nakos, 9-7.

Doubles: Nichols/Haddad (C) d. Beek/Fitzgerald, 8-6; Wang/Diack (BG) d. Ryan/O’Connell, 8-4; Butler/Stinson (BG) d. Mulcahy/Naxos, 8-2.

Girls’ tennis

At Goffstown

Goffstown 9, Kennett 0

Singles: Kelly Walsh (G) d. Maria MacMillan, 8-0; Bailey Gagnon (G) d. Alex Samuel, 8-1; Jamie Baines (G) d. Abigail Acone, 8-1; Caroline Newell (G) d. Kamerin Dockham 8-4; Grace Delorme (G) d. Ava Jarrell, 8-4; Hanna Tate (G) d. Jordania Belle-Isle, 8-5.

Doubles: Walsh/Gagnon (G) d. MacMillan/Samuel, 8-2; Baines/Newell (G) d. Acone/Dockham, 8-1

Delorme/Strong (G) d. Jarrell/Brustin, 8-3.

At Salem

Hanover 7, Salem 2

Singles: Mindy Wu (H) d. Natasha Vallis, 8-0; Bri Laycock (H) d. Kristen Carney, 8-5; Ellen Lamm (H) d. Allie Sullivan, 8-2; Grace Li (H) d. Courtney Richards, 8-2; Marta Sanchez (H) d. Emma Bailey, 8-0; Emma Burwell (H) d. Dakota Santo, 8-6.

Doubles: Vallis/Carney (S) d. Lamm/Carly Miles, 8-3; Li/Sanchez (H) d. Sullivan/Santo, 8-2; Richards/Emily Bucciero (S) d. Hellie Smith/Bella Malo, 8-6.

At Dover

Derryfield 8, Dover 1

Singles: Abi Leonardi (DS) d. Maggies Casey, 8-4; Emma Place (D) d. Megan Morrison, 8-4; Miranda Shilling (DS) d. Rachel Vitko, 8-1; Nancy Fortin (DS) d. Lauren Hile, 8-2; Maya Ramden (D) d. Caroline Desmarais, 8-5; Paige Grondin (DS) Emily Lopez, 8-2.

Doubles: Leonardi/Place (DS) d. Casey/Morrison, 8-0; Shilling/Grondin (DS) d. Hile/Ramden, 8-4; Fortin/Desmarais (DS) d. Vitko/Lopez, 8-6.

At Keene

Memorial 5, Keene 4

Singles: E. Riendeau (K) d. H. Trottier (M), 8-7; F. Caffrey (K) d. A. Nguyen (M), 8-4; T. Scott (K) d. A.S. Vesho (M), 8-2; L. Jacques (M) d. O. Payne (K), 8-7; C. Hathcoat (M) d. O. Auger, 8-4; C. Brown (K) d. S. Hoang, 8-4. Doubles: H. Trotier and A. Nguyen d. E. Riendeau and F.Caffrey, 8-3; A. Vesho and L. Jacques (M) d. O. Payne and T. Scott, 8-2; C. Hathcoat and S. Hoang (M) d. C. Brown and E. Scanlan, 8-4.

At Littleton

Moultonborough 5, Littleton 4

Singles: Laney Hadlock (L) d. Megan Colby, 8-5; 2. Jess Lear (M) d. Lexi

Walker, 8-6; Megan Swedberg (M) d. Darcy Horne, 8-2; Aubrey Smart (M) d. Susan Aubin, 9-8 (7-5); Gabbie Leavitt (L) d. Maddie Burns,8-5; Maddie Colby (M) d. Yarni Rodriguez, 8-6.

Doubles: Hadlock/Horne d. Colby/Lear, 8-2; Walker/Leavitt d. Smart/Burns, 8-6; Swedberg/Colby d. Aubin/Rodriguez 8-5.















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