Timberlane’s Lucas Harmon and Cam Lovett navigated around seven walks on route to a combined no-hitter in the Owls’ 1-0 win over Alvirne on Wednesday.

Harmon pitched five innings before handing the ball over to Lovett, who pitched his way out of a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the seventh inning to complete the bid. Brent Seavey drove in the game’s lone run on a sacrifice fly in the top half of the seventh after two errors and a walk filled the bags for the Owls.

Concord 8, Manchester Memorial 1: In Manchester, Ryan Merchant pitched 6 and 2/3 innings for the Crimson Tide (11-2), scattering five hits while walking and striking out four. Zach Miles scored three runs for Concord, finishing his day at the plate 1-for-1 with three walks. Sean McDonough (2), Trevor Smith, Adrian Kennedy, Cam Thompson and Tyler Bruns recorded RBIs. Memorial is 7-5.

Dover 9, Salem 3: In Dover, the Green Wave (7-6) entered their half of the third inning with the game tied, 2-2, but a six-run frame pushed them out in front. Alex Noel was the catalyst at the plate for Dover, finishing 3-for-4 with a double and three runs batted in. He also pitched five innings of two-run ball, striking out five. Five other Green Wave players recorded an RBI in the game. Kyle Moniz and Brandon Wall each had one hit for Salem (0-10).

Bow 6, Pembroke 5: In Bow, Pembroke (5-5) left the game-tying run stranded 90 feet away in the bottom of the seventh to fall just short of completing its comeback bid. The Spartans entered the final inning trailing by four but managed to scrape across three runs to put real pressure on Bow (8-1). Pembroke’s offense was led by Jeff Wagner, who was 2-for-4.

Goffstown 6, Nashua North 0: In Nashua, Connor Hujsak went the distance for the Grizzlies (5-6), striking out eight and allowing four hits. He also had a pair of hits for Goffstown, joining a multi-hit group that included Bobby Doherty and Colin Burke. North is 3-10.

Bedford 13, Bishop Guertin 3 (5 innings): In Bedford, the Bulldogs (6-4) handed BG (11-2) its second-straight loss. Entering the bottom of the fifth ahead, 7-3, Bedford tacked on six runs in the frame to activate the mercy rule. Kyle Lavigne played a large role for the Bulldogs, driving in four runs while going 2-for-2 with a double. Michael Pratte scored four times for Bedford.

Windham 4, Portsmouth 2: In Portsmouth, Tyler Toohey pitched six innings for the Jaguars (6-5), allowing a pair of runs while striking out four. Dylan Szostak and Cam Burns paced Windham with two hits apiece. Burns, JoJo Gallo, Will McKee and Jacob Wallace scored the Jaguars runs. Myles Sargent had two hits for Portsmouth (7-4).

Pinkerton 10, Nashua South 2: In Nashua, Richie Marique, Frank Gulezian and Kameron Levesque each picked up a pair of RBIs for the Astros (9-3), while Brady Day added one of his own. Marique pitched five innings of one-run ball and struck out six to take the victory on the mound. Roy Santiago Sanchez had an RBI for South (3-9).

John Stark 11, Manchester West 1: In Manchester, Austin Hazzard limited the West offense over six innings of work. Brady Philibotte and Nate Isabelle each logged a pair of hits and RBIs for the Generals (10-0). West is 1-9.

Boys’ Lacrosse

Goffstown 12, Merrimack 3: In Goffstown, the Grizzlies (8-4) led 4-2 at the half before outscoring Merrimack 5-1 in the third period to take a 9-3 lead into the fourth. Nick Mason led the charge for Goffstown with four goals and Griffin Cook’s three were enough for second-most. Konnaugh Donovan also pitched in two goals. Jordan Petrocelli scored all three Merrimack (6-4) goals.

Hollis/Brookline 7, John Stark 6: In Weare, a slow start ended up costing the Generals (4-5). Though they won the second through fourth quarters, they dug themselves too deep a hole in the opening frame. Cam Fortin had three goals to lead the Generals. Kayden Easter had two goals and an assist. Hollis-Brookline improves to 7-0.

Manchester Central 14, Manchester Memorial/West 5: In Manchester on Wednesday, TJ Pacheco, Alec Kacavas and Alex Hawkom scored multiple goals for the Little Green (6-2), with Pacheco’s five serving as the team-high. Kacavas (4) and Hawkom (3) were second and third, respectively, among the group, while Isaiah Jubrey and Owen McNichols each added one. Memorial/West drops to 2-4.

Goffstown 12, Alvirne 6: In Hudson on Wednesday, Goffstown (7-4) won it’s fifth straight game in doubling up the Broncos (0-8). Nick Mason scored three goals for the Grizzlies, tying him with Alvirne’s Jordan Allard for the game-high mark. Goffstown took an 11-2 lead into the fourth quarter.

Girls’ Lacrosse

Concord 9, Merrimack 8 (2OT): In Concord, Erin Doherty found the back of the cage with 2:07 remaining in double overtime to boost the Crimson Tide (4-6) to their first overtime victory of the season. The goal was Doherty’s third of the game, tying her with Merrimack’s (6-5) Mel Hutchinson for most in the contest.

Mary Martinson and Nicole Toler each added two for Concord.

St. Thomas Aquinas 17, Trinity 2: In Dover, Nikki Calder and Courtney Ingham scored for the Pioneers (1-8) against a Saints (7-2) team coming off its first lost following a six-game win streak. The loss was Trinity’s seventh in a row.

Souhegan 12, Exeter 11: In Amherst, O’Neill Galinson scored the game-winning goal for the Sabers (8-2) with one second left. The score was her fourth of the game and it came five minutes after Margot Manz tied the game at 11-11. Exeter (8-5) got four goals from Allison Kelley, joining Galinson and Souhegan’s Hannah Rowe among players to score that many.

Windham 14, Con-Val 6: In Windham, the Jaguars (5-4) took a 9-2 lead into halftime and never looked back. Eight different players scored for Windham, with Ryane Ferrell and Barbara Hume leading the team with three apiece. Con-Val is 2-4.

Boys’ Volleyball

Windham 3, Bishop Guertin 0: In Windham, the Jaguars (11-0) took care of business with set scores of 25-12, 25-15 and 25-17 to remain undefeated. Joe Noon (10 kills, one block) and DJ Omogrosso (three kills, four blocks) led the BG (6-3) effort.


Souhegan 7, St. Thomas Aquinas 1: In Amherst, the Sabers (7-2) got back on track after a loss in their previous game put an end to a five-game win streak. The team piled up 17 hits in its win over the Saints, with Megan Tupaj, Jenna Speer, Carrie Speer and Mary Ruthoff finishing with three hits. Cameron Whitney struck out five in seven innings to earn the win for Souhegan. Jill Cortez had an RBI for the Saints. St. Thomas is 3-4.

Bishop Brady 13, Raymond 0 (5 innings): In Raymond, Jayden Johnson threw a no-hitter and struck out six as the Giants (9-2) ran away with the victory. Ami Rivera finished with three hits at the plate, including a double, and drove in three. Ashley Brust (two RBIs) also added a double for Bishop Brady. The Giants have won seven in a row, while Raymond (1-9) has lost its last nine.

Campbell 14, Hopkinton 8: In Contoocook, Maddie Davis got the win for the Cougars (10-0) as she struck out seven and allowed four hits. She was supported with 13 Campbell hits, including three from Abi Gray and two each from Riley Gamache, Emily Gamache and Ally McKenna. The loss was Hopkinton’s (9-1) first of the season.

Manchester Central 3, Manchester Memorial 0: In Manchester, a pitchers duel ensued between Central’s Rania Barton and Memorial’s Alyssa Soucy before Central (6-4) got to Soucy in the fifth inning. Barton finished with eight strikeouts. Memorial is 2-9.

Bedford 18, Dover 6: In Bedford, the Bulldogs (6-4) scored 12 runs in the first inning on their way to victory. Caity Lemay and Erica Barley each hit home runs for Bedford, while Elise Buchanan led the team with five runs scored. Maddie Fraitzl went 3-for-3 at the plate and pitched a complete game in earning her fifth win of the season. Dover is 7-6.

Boys’ Tennis

At Portsmouth

Portsmouth 9, Bow 0

Singles: Ryan Porter (P) def. Caleb Olson, 8-5; Jack Madden (P) def. Neeraj Naik, 8-1; Nick Schultz (P) def. Jon Cook, 8-2; {span}Addison Bloom (P) def. Noah Leuctenberger, 8-0; Eliot Danley (P) def. Dustin Wells, 8-1; Max Hitchcock (P) def. Ben Boisvert, 8-0.

Doubles: Madden/Schultz (P) def. Olson/Naik, 8-3; Porter/Bloom (P) def. Leuctenberger/Cook, 8-2; Danley/Hitchcock (P) def. Seamus O’Reilly/Nate Hood, 8-2.

Records: Portsmouth 10-1, Bow 6-5

At Merrimack

Concord 9, Merrimack 0

Singles: Liam Grennon (C) def. Cam Wilson, 8-1; Anders Norton (C) def. CJ Terranova, 8-0; Winsor Bean (C) def. Colby Benoit, 8-0; Matthew Burns (C) def. Om Panwalker, 8-1; Will Pegnam (C) def. Rohan Sreenivasan, 8-6; Nathan Doane (C) def. Jacob Hancock, 8-4.

Doubles: Grennon/Norton (C) def. Wilson/Benoit, 8-1; Devin Philbrick/Will Shoemaker (C) def. Peter Mulvey/Matt Tobey, 8-0; Finn Conery/Cam LaRiviere (C) def. Jacob Horton/Nick Croteau, 8-2.

Records: Concord 9-2, Merrimack 1-11

Exeter 8, Salem 1

Singles: Will Gaughan (E) def. Dylan Laudani, 8-0; Duncan MacDonald (E) def. Will Caraccio, 8-0; Chris Natola (E) def. David Little, 8-0; Henry Duarte (E) def. Ryan Pappalardo, 8-0; Ethan Koroski (E) def. Austin Salvetti, 8-2; Colin Moyer (E) def. Logan Krahn, 8-0.

Doubles: Duarte/Ryan Leclerc (E) def. Laudani/Caraccio, 8-3; Morgan Kunysz/Charlie Lebreque (E) def. Little/Krahn, 8-6; Pappalardo/Salvetti (S) def. Avery Carderio/Ben Burke, 8-4.

Records: Exeter 9-1, Salem 0-10

Girls’ Tennis

At Manchester

Derryfield 8, Spaulding 1

Singles: Julia Hardy (D) def. Jenna Lapocaro, 8-0; Nancy Fortin (D) def. Emelie Lamie, 8-2; Caroline Desmarais (D) def. Liv Thibodeau, 8-2; Serina Li (D) def. Kim Peacock, 8-4; Maddy Clegg (S) def. Liz Gagnon, 8-4; Mady Molina (D) def. Hailey Reilly, 8-0.

Doubles: Fortin/Li (D) def. Thibodeau/Maya Lee, 8-2; Desmarais/Maddie Rosato (D) def. Lamie/Clegg, 8-6; Emma Losey/Maya Marsden (D) def. Peacock/Reilly, 8-4.

Records: Derryfield 10-0, Spaulding 0-9

At Littleton

Littleton 6, Moultonborough 3

Singles: Laney Hadlock (L) def. Jess Lear, 8-1; Megan Swedberg (M) def. Lexi Walker, 8-3; Aubrey Smart (M) def. Olivia Corrigan, 8-3; Gabbie Leavitt (L) def. Maddie Colby, 9-8 (8-6); Jasmine Brown (L) def. Corrina Brennan, 8-0; Nicole Piette (L) def. Olivia Watson, 8-4.

Doubles: Hadlok/Walker (L) def. Lear/Smart, 8-4; Swedberg/Colby (M) def. Corrrigan/Leavit, 8-0; Brown/Piette (L) def. Brennan/Watson, 8-1.

Records: Littleton 11-0, Moultonborough 7-3