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NHIAA Roundup: McGill, Astros win; Lancers prevail


May 21. 2018 11:19PM

Pinkerton Academy's Gennero Marra, left, and Manchester Central's R. Garrett Radwanski work a face off during the first half of their game at Manchester West High School Monday in Manchester. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)



The Pinkerton Academy baseball team squandered a five-run lead in the seventh inning, but Jake McGill came to the rescue in a 7-6 walk-off win for the Astros over Bishop Guertin on Monday in Derry.

McGill singled home Richie Marique in the bottom of the seventh inning to help the Astros (14-3) to a third consecutive win. McGill finished with two hits, two RBIs and a run scored for Pinkerton, which had Cam Walsh also provide a pair of hits while scoring two runs. Tony Gallinaro highlighted the offense for BG (11-7) with three RBIs and two runs scored.

Londonderry 9, Keene 2: In Keene, Nate Sullivan knocked in two runs and picked up the win on the mound for Londonderry. Sullivan tossed six innings and limited the Blackbirds to six hits while striking out four. Anthony Ferraro (two hits) joined Sulivan with two RBIs for the surging Lancers (10-8), who have won five straight. Keene dropped to 10-9.

Hanover 5, John Stark 4: In Weare, Braxton McNulty’s three-run double highlighted a four-run third inning that proved to be the difference for the Marauders (9-4). The Hanover outburst came after John Stark pushed across four runs in the bottom of the second to take a 4-1 lead. Marauders starter Moises Celaya held John Stark in check otherwise as he earned the complete-game win while scattering six hits and striking out seven. Marc Hampers and Jack Loscus each added an RBI for Hanover. John Stark (12-3) got two hits apiece from Derrick Goldrick and Rian Queen. Goldrick, who added two RBIs, took the loss despite throwing a complete game and striking out 14.

Derryfield 12, Nute 0 (5 inn.): In Manchester, Oliver Simon and Oliver Sattler combined on a no-hitter for the Cougars (7-7). Simon tossed four innings with five strikeouts while Sattler fanned one in his one frame. Isiah Baker had two hits and four RBI’s to lead Derryfield’s offense, which scored five times in both the fourth and fifth inning. Nute fell to 0-13.

Bedford 5, Timberlane 1: In Bedford, the Bulldogs (18-0) strung together three runs in the sixth after leading by just a run. Grant Lavigne blasted a solo homer in the sixth to finish with two hits and two RBIs. Pat Harrington struck out eight over six innings to take the win for Bedford. Timberlane fell to 8-8.

Coe-Brown 9, Oyster River 7: In Durham, Travis Carbone’s two-run single with the Bears down to their last strike proved to be the difference. Coe-Brown (6-10), which trailed 5-1 in the fifth, tacked on three more runs after Carbone’s knock. Jake Bisson and Luke McCusker added two hits apiece for Coe-Brown. Brennen Oxford had two hits, two runs scored, two RBIs and stole home for Oyster River (4-11).

Salem 11, Alvirne 1 (5 inn.): In Salem, Brandon Wall and John Palardy each posted three RBIs to lead Salem (8-6), which scored five runs in the second inning and three more in the third. Paul Contarino added a two-run homer for the Blue Devils. Corey Cochran went the distance for Salem, allowing one hit and striking out six. Ryan Santos had the lone hit for Alvirne (5-14).

Campbell 8, Mascenic 5; Campbell 10, Mascenic 4: In Litchfield, the Cougars (8-4) swept the doubleheader with the Vikings. Nick Boucher had four hits and Jake Donovan added a two-run double in Campbell’s first win. Justin Pelham and Jayson Neild went for two and three RBIs in the second win. Mascenic slipped to 8-8.

Kennett 4, Merrimack Valley 0: In Penacook, Nate Grames fired a one-hitter and struck out nine while Devon Ouellette went 2-for-3 with a triple the Eagles, who improved to 10-6 while the Pride fell to 6-9.

Pembroke 5, Souhegan 4: In Pembroke, Jared Murray scored on a wild pitch in the seventh inning to complete the comeback win for Pembroke (6-9). Murray also went the distance and struck out two on the mound for the win. Jeff Wagner had two hits for Spartans and Cole Hapgood scored twice. Souhegan dropped to 7-7.

Spaulding 7, Trinity 3 (8 inn.): In Manchester, the Red Raiders scored four in the eighth to fend off the Pioneers. Garret Langis knocked in four and Jon Dube collected three RBIs for Spaulding. Trinity had Ryan Stultz and Louis Rosenthall each single and score a run.

Softball

Bishop Guertin 12, Pinkerton 11 (8 inn.): In Nashua, Morgan Basta swatted a game-winning three run homer for the Cardinals (4-12) after the Astros (10-7) took a two-run lead in the top of the eighth. The homer was Basta’s second of the game as she went 3-for-5 overall. Ellie Cashman and Alyssa DiMauro each collected two hits for Pinkerton.

Windham 2, Goffstown 1: In Goffstown, Abby Bedient and Shannon Gifford each allowed just two hits, but it was Bedient and the Jaguars (11-5) who ended up with the win. Bedient went the distance and struck out five for Windham, which scored both its runs in the fifth. Makayla Panich had a hit and an RBI for the Jaguars. Gifford struck out 12 for the Grizzlies (11-5)

Londonderry 10, Keene 1: In Londonderry, the Lancers improved to 16-1 with five players collecting two RBIs. Gia Komst had three hits and knocked in two while Lauren Misiazek, Sarah Fawcett, Alyssa Vaillancourt and Miranda Galan each had two hits and drove in a pair for the Lancers. Ila Brown scattered six hits and struck out seven to earn the victory. Emily LaBounty drove in the lone run to go along with two hits for Keene (11-7).

Pembroke 7, Souhegan 3: In Pembroke, Olivia Langevin and Olivia McCarty paced Pembroke’s offense while Stephanie Berube limited the Sabers to just five hits and struck out five. Langevin posted three hits and two runs scored while McCarty had two hits with three RBIs for the Spartans (13-2). Mary Rotthoff paced Souhegan (9-5) with three hits and three runs scored.

Alvirne 9, Salem 0: In Hudson, Alexis Charbonneau was the catalyst for Broncos (10-6) with three hits and five RBIs. Kiara Chase on struck out one but still managed to earn the shutout win for Alvirne. Salem slipped to 10-6.

Exeter 3, Manchester Memorial 1: In Manchester, Taylor Wilson’s RBI single produced the only run for Memorial, which had Alyssa Soucy strike out five over seven innings. Exeter improved to 10-7 and extended its winning streak to four games.

Derryfield 1, Nute 0: In Manchester, Derryfield’s Emily Moll and Nute’s Penelope Ayotte each struck out 13 in their duel. Moll got the better of Ayotte as she held Nute to just one hit. Anna Welch had three hits for Derryfield (11-3). Nute fell to 1-11.

Concord 12, Nashua North 0 (5 inn.): In Nashua, Abby Rochette was on her game again for the Crimson Tide, allowing just three hits and striking out nine. She aided her own cause with two hits, three runs scored and an RBI. Izzy Dunn added four RBIs for the Crimson Tide (14-3), who have won 13 in a row. North is 5-9.

Campbell 12, Mascenic 0 (5 inn.): In New Ipswich, Marissa Carignan twirled a one-hitter with seven strikeouts for the Cougars (14-0), who mashed out 12 hits. Riley Gamache and Mary Kuczkowski each had a trio of hits for Campbell. Mascenic fell to 13-2.

Campbell’s win on Monday comes after a 15-1 rout over Bishop Brady on Saturday. Kuczkowski had four of the Cougars’ 21 hits in that victory.

Pinkerton Academy's Gennaro Marra, left, and Manchester Central's Justus Brady work a face off during the first half of their game at Manchester West High School Monday in Manchester. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)

Boys’ lacrosse

Pinkerton 19, Manchester Central 4: In Manchester, Chad Teresky scored four goals and added three assists for the Astros (14-2). Owen McCormack, Mason Barbone and Christian Dell’Orfano added three each, and Ryan Auger, Tom Sweeney, Hunter Drouin, Jackson Morrissette, Jeff Potvin and Connor McCormack also scored for Pinkerton. Sam Hebert, Alex Hawkom and TJ Pacheco scored for Central (2-12). 

Derryfield 19, Bow 10: In Bow, the Cougars (16-0) remained perfect behind an 11-goal second quarter. Robbie Dowst’s five goals led Derryfield, which got eight points from Eric Mayer (four goals and four assists) and six from Connor Glosner (three goals and three assists). Avry Truex and Jack Perkins combined for 17 saves. Bow (5-8) got two goals from Ryan Tobler.

Londonderry 12, Merrimack 9: In Merrimack, the Lancers reeled off their fourth consecutive win with the help of five goals from Anthony Federico. Aidan Dennis found the net twice for Londonderry, which got seven saves from goalie Ross Carroll. Jordan Petrocelli, Jay Lanigan and Ian Covelle scored twice apiece for Merrimack (2-12).

Bishop Guertin 19, Salem 3: In Salem, the undefeated Cardinals (16-0) scored 10 in the opening quarter to run away early against the Blue Devils (9-7). BG had 11 players register at least one goal. Drew Hailey led the charge with four goals. James Heitmiller and Matt Burns combined to stop six shots for the Cardinals.

Timberlane 11, Hollis/Brookline 4: In Plaistow, the Owls generated five goals on as many shots to start their win. Matt Licata scored four times for Timberlane (6-8) while Vaughn Bourassa and Cody Fleming each posted hat tricks. Owls goalie Nate Taylor stopped 12 shots. Hollis/Brookline slipped to 6-9.

ConVal 6, Trinity 5: In Manchester, Will Brown scored twice for the Pioneers (6-5) in the loss. ConVal evened its record at 6-6.

Exeter 22, Nashua North 7: In Nashua, Todd Redman had a four-point day (two goals and two assists) while capturing his 300th career point in the lose for the Titans (2-11). Troy Bottari followed Redman with two goals. Exeter improved to 11-3.

Girls’ lacrosse

Campbell 11, Coe-Brown 8: In Northwood, Jocelyn Theriault scored six goals and dished out three assists as Campbell jumped to 4-8 on the year. Autumn Thompson and Emma Montenero each posted two goals in the win. Coe-Brown slipped to 3-10.

Derryfield 14, St. Thomas 9: In Dover, Lucy Licata scored five goals while Oliviva Strong and Cali Bishop had three goals for the Cougars (11-1).


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