NHIAA Roundup: Memorial sweeps city track meet
May 17. 2018 9:24PM
The Manchester Memorial track and field teams swept the Manchester City Meet on Thursday at Chabot-McDonough Field.
The Crusaders boys won with a score of 149 points. Central (54) finished runner-up, Trinity (53) took third and West (10) finished fourth.
The Memorial girls posted a score of 142 to earn the win. Central (71) took second, West (43) finished third and Trinity (four) placed fourth.
West junior Corinne Robitaille won the 100, 200, and 400-meter dash. Her twin sister, Julia, won the 1,600-meter run with a time of 5 minutes, 17.12 seconds.
Pinkerton 5, Manchester Memorial 1: In Derry, Asa Runge allowed one earned run on four hits and two walks alongside six strikeouts over five innings to earn the win. Richie Marique and Matt Albetski combined for two innings of hitless relief and Brady Day went 2-for-3 with an run scored and an RBI for the Astros (12-4).
Londonderry 14, Trinity 1 (5 inn.): In Londonderry, Dakota Johnson earned the win, allowing one earned run on five hits and one walk alongside five strikeouts. Rick Perry, Shane McNamara and Nate Sullivan each went 2-for-3 for the Lancers (8-8). Perry had three RBIs and three runs scored, McNamara logged four RBIs and a run scored and Sullivan scored two runs. Louis Rosenthall hit an RBI single for Trinity of Manchester (3-11).
Windham 7, Pembroke 0: In Windham, Ryan Faria tossed a no-hitter to lead the Jaguars to the win. He struck out 13 and walked one over 100 pitches. Windham (9-4) received three hits from JoJo Gallo and two each from Zack German and Will McKee. Cole Hapgood drew the lone walk for Pembroke (5-8).
Gilford 17, Franklin 0: In Franklin, Connor Sullivan allowed two hits and struck out three over four innings en route to the win on the mound and went 2-for-3 with three RBIs at the plate. Jack McLean had three hits, Adrian Siravo hit a home run and Tim Gentile had two hits for Gilford (14-0). Franklin dropped to 1-11.
Londonderry 10, Dover 3: In Londonderry, Ila Brown went 3-for-3 with an RBI at the plate and allowed four hits and one walk alongside 11 strikeouts en route to the win in the circle for the Lancers. Emily Nelson went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and Cassidy Raza and Nina Perry each had two hits for Londonderry.
Pembroke 2, Windham 1: In Windham, Olivia Langevin scored the winning run for Pembroke (12-1) on an Olivia McCarty sacrifice fly to right field. Chloe Carignan scattered five hits and allowed one run en route to the win. Jasmine Moskowitz went 1-for-3 with a run scored at the plate and allowed six hits and two runs in the circle for Windham.
Belmont 15, Inter-Lakes 0 (5 inn.): In Meredith, Belmont scored eight runs in the fourth inning on seven hits. Lizzie Fleming went 3-for-4 and Noel Murphy had two hits for the Red Raiders (10-3), who received at least one hit from 11 of their 12 batters. Morgan Hall earned the win, allowing four hits alongside six strikeouts.
Londonderry 20, Nashua North 8: In Londonderry, Mike McAlister, Anthony Federico and Jeff Wiedenfeld each had a hat trick and Ross Carroll made 10 saves for the Lancers (8-6). Troy Bottari logged five goals, Colin Manning scored twice and Todd Redman added a goal and three assists for Nashua North (2-10).
Bedford 15, Salem 2: In Salem, Bedford led, 7-1, at halftime. Nick Gore and Alex Weston both scored and Sebastian Farah made 17 saves for Salem (9-6).
Merrimack Valley 17, Dover 13: In Penacook on Wednesday, Dom Silverio had five goals and three assists and Justin Colizzi also had five goals for Dover (9-3). Teammate Kyle Ferriero added two goals and two assists. Merrimack Valley improved to 8-3.
Souhegan 13, Pinkerton 6: In Derry on Wednesday, Lily Auger had a hat trick, Meaghan Michaud scored twice and Lauren Lisauskas had a goal and an assist for Pinkerton (14-1). Dani Martineau made four saves for the Astros. Souhegan of Amherst improved to 13-1.
Derryfield 21, Pelham 10: In Manchester on Wednesday, Lucy Licata logged six goals and four assists and Olivia Strong added five goals and three assists for Derryfield (10-1). Cali Bishop recorded four goals and eight draw controls while Sydney Socha had two goals and two assists for the Cougars.
Hollis/Brookline 3, Timberlane 2: In Hollis on Wednesday, Jonathan Brackett recorded 32 kills, including the 500th of his career, for the Cavaliers (9-4). Teammate Scott Van Coughnett had 52 assists, setting a program single-match record. Timberlane of Plaistow fell to 11-1.
Bow 9, Pelham 0
Singles: Brayden Binder (B) def. Simon Daigle, 8-5; Caleb Olson (B) def. Nick Day, 8-4; Zach Mullen (B) def. Darren Minuiti, 9-7; Dillan D’Allesandro (B) def. Chris Druding, 8-5; Jon Cook (B) def. Michael Yeaton, 9-8 (7-2); Daniel Silva (B) def. Pat Si, 9-3.
Doubles: Olson/D’Allesandro (B) def. Daigle/Day, 8-4; Binder/Mullen (B) def. Minuiti/Druding, 8-3; Silva/Neeraj Naik (B) def. Yeaton/Tyler Passamonte, 8-5.
Records: Bow 11-2; Pelham 9-5.
At Nashua (Wednesday)
Nashua South 5, Winnacunnet 4
Singles: Amol Khanna (N) def. Dimitri Minichello, 8-3; Rohan Kumar (N) def. Cam Leno, 8-6; Devan Sack (W) def. Derek Lee, 8-4; Zack Waterhouse (W) def. Mike Beaudette, 8-3; Matt Beaudette (N) def. Colby Petalas, 8-1; Anish Kammila (N) def. Shay Leno, 8-5.
Doubles: Minichello/Leno (W) def. Khanna/Kumar, 8-4; Sack/Waterhouse (W) def. Lee/Mike Beaudette, 8-5; Matt Beadette/Kammila (N) def. Petalas/Josh Winnes, 8-4.
Records: Nashua South 10-4; Winnacunnet 9-4.
At Keene (Wednesday)
Keene 8, Manchester Memorial 1
Singles: Noah Ramirez (K) def. Todd Tran, 8-2; Peter Milne (K) def. Jason Tang, 8-0; Nick Royce (K) def. Matt Cawley, 8-5; Connor Chamberlin (K) def. Nick Johnson, 8-2; Adam Pattavina (K) def. Can Nguyen, 8-0; Niko Ramirez (K) def. Hamza Shahzad, 8-0.
Doubles: Keene No. 1 doubles def. Cawley/Josiah DeBono, 8-0; Keene No. 2 doubles def. Jason Bouchard/Ryan Deary, 8-0; Tyler Tang/Danny Nguyen (M) def. Keene No. 3 doubles, 8-2.
Records: Keene 6-7; Manchester Memorial 0-13.
At Wolfeboro (Wednesday)
ConVal 9, Kingswood 0
Singles: Zach Kriebel (C) def. Russell Lucia, 8-5; Everrett Landers (C) def. Andrew Bacon, 8-2; Taylor Burgess (C) def. Arhus Babcock, 8-1; Ben Kriebel (C) def. Noah Shatzer, 8-4; Maclean Timmons (C) def. Chase Bailey, 8-3; Andres Tourgee (C) def. Preston Bechard, 8-4.
Doubles: Z. Kriebel/Landers (C) def. Lucia/Bacon, 8-2; Burgess/Jamison Coty (C) def. Babock/Bechard, 8-1; Max Shumway/David MacKay (C) def. Shatzer/Bailey, 9-7.
At Moultonborough (Wednesday)
Moultonborough 5, Littleton 4
Singles: Laney Hadlock (L) def. Megan Colby, 8-5; Jess Lear (M) def. Lexi Walker, 8-6; Megan Swedberg (M) def. Darcy Horne, 8-2; Aubrey Smart (M) def. Susan Aubin, 9-8 (7-5); Gabbie Leavitt (L) def. Maddie Burns, 8-5; Maddie Colby (M) def. Yarni Rodriguez, 8-6.
Doubles: Hadlock/Horne (M) def. Megan Colby/Lear, 8-2; Walker/Leavitt (L) def. Smart/Burns, 8-6; Swedberg/Maddie Colby (M) def. Aubin/Rodriguez, 8-5.
Records: Moultonborough 11-3; Littleton 11-3.
Track and field
Manchester City Meet
Boys’ team results
1. Memorial, 149; 2. Central, 54; 3. Trinity, 53; 4. West, 10.
Boys’ individual winners
100-meter dash: Devin Jones, Central, 11.34; 200 dash: Stephen Duckett, Trinity, 22.34; 400 dash: Stephen Duckett, Trinity, 51.48; 800 run: Emmanuel Ndahayo, Trinity, 2:05.17; 1,600 run: Danny Donovan, Trinity, 4:40.39; 3,200 run: Danny Donovan, Trinity, 10:25.53; 110 hurdles: Jordan Trombly, Memorial, 15.19; 300 hurdles: Jordan Trombly, Memorial, 39.96; 4-by-100 relay: Memorial, 45.97; 4-by-400 relay: Trinity, 3:30.76; High jump: Tyrique Noel, Memorial, 5-8; Pole vault: Jacob Pacheco, Bishop Guertin, 11; Long jump: Josh Sibanda, Salem, 19-8; Triple jump: Dinebari Adumene, Memorial, 44-1; Shot put: Jordan Labossiere, Salem, 40-9.5; Discus: Gresham Connors, Memorial, 117; Javelin: Alexander Greenwood, Salem, 130-4.
Girls’ team results
1. Memorial, 142; 2. Central, 71; 3. West, 43; 4. Trinity, 4.
Girls’ individual winners
100-meter dash: Corinne Robitaille, West, 12.86; 200 dash: Corinne Robitaille, West, 26.63; 400 dash: Corinne Robitaille, West, 58.66; 800 run: Katelyn Pepin, Central, 2:26.11; 1,600 run: Julia Robitaille, West, 5:17.12; Emma Krantz, Central, 14:15.28; 100 hurdles: Madi Lamper, West, 17.44; 300 hurdles: Katya Rojco, Salem, 48.99; 4-by-100 relay: Memorial, 53.06; 4-by-400 relay: Memorial, 4:30.52; High jump: Katelyn McDonnell, Memorial, 4-10; Pole vault: Lela Connors, Memorial, 7-6; Long jump: Mollie Simpson, Memorial, 14-7; Triple jump: Asia Mercier, Memorial, 31-7; Shot put: Midalia Baez, Central, 32-6; Discus: Suzana Rivera, Memorial, 96; Javelin: Rebecca Dwire, Central, 80-5.
At Derry (Wednesday)
Boys’ team results
1. Pinkerton, 122.5; 2. Exeter, 50.5; 3. Londonderry, 47.
Boys’ individual winners
100-meter dash: Khalique Bagley, Londonderry, 11.59; 200 dash: Conor Seleny, Pinkerton, 23.03; 400 dash: Zach Plaza, Pinkerton, 54.19; 800 run: William Heenan, Londonderry, 2:04.29; 1,600 run: Tom Van Derslice, Exeter, 4:37.52; 3,200 run: Joe Gagnon, Pinkerton, 10:15.13; 110 hurdles: Adam Spencer, Pinkerton, 14.8; 300 intermediate hurdles: Justin Patten, Exeter, 45.31; 4-by-100 relay: Pinkerton, 45.16; 4-by-400 relay: Londonderry, 3:39.47; High jump: Jake Langevin, Exeter, 5-10; Nathan Miller, Pinkerton, 12; Long jump: Avery Battle, Pinkerton, 19-3.5; Triple jump: Joron Harrell, Pinkerton, 40-4; Shot put: Patrick Hagearty, Londonderry, 48-2; Discus: Jeremiah Swett, Exeter, 143-6; Javelin: John King, Pinkerton, 169-4.
Girls’ team results
1. Pinkerton, 89; 2. Londonderry, 60; 3. Exeter, 53.
Girls’ indvidual winners
100-meter dash: Sabrina Sherman, Exeter; Nicole Alves, Pinkerton, 13.05; 200 dash: Amelia Graves, Pinkerton, 26.6; 400 dash: Payton O’Donnell, Exeter, 1:03.43; 800 run: Macy Graves, Pinkerton, 2:21.59; 1,600 run: Meghan Cross, Pinkerton, 5:24.74; 100 hurdles: Adria Forand, Pinkerton, 17.05; 300 intermediate hurdles: Sydney Ward, Exeter, 49.24.
4-by-100 relay: Pinkerton, 52.38; 4-by-400 relay: Pinkerton, 4:14.28; High jump: Emily Lesburt, Pinkerton, 5; Pole vault: Suzie Moore, Londonderry, 9-6; Long jump: Kaylie Longua, Londonderry, 15-8; Triple jump: Sydney Ward, Exeter, 34-9.5; Shot put: Adrianna Buccieri, Pinkerton, 29-6; Discus: Samantha Vorster, Exeter, 98-5;
Javelin: Amelia Graves, Pinkerton, 99-8.