Alex Doulay tripled and drove in three runs, and Grady Hudson tripled home two for Alvirne in a 9-6 victory over Winnacunnet in Division I baseball on Friday in Hampton.

Adam Scharn earned the win, allowing four hits and two runs, striking out seven. Joe Allen took the loss for Winnacunnet. Jakob Bullard, Seamus Fenlon and Zach Fredericks had multiple hits.

The game was halted when a pizza delivery car drove onto the field in front of the Winnacunnet dugout in the middle innings. "One of the strangest things I have ever seen during a high school baseball game," said Alvirne coach Mike Lee. 

Merrimack 8, Memorial 4: In Manchester, an eight-run fifth inning carried the Merrimack past Manchester Memorial.

Memorial led 2-0 after four innings, but the Tomahawks (1-5) collected seven hits in their eight-run fifth. Jack Goodwin had two hits in the inning, a double and a triple, and drove in three runs.

Taylor Fournier, Jack Fitzgerald, Jameson Riley and Bryce Cote each had two hits for the Crusaders (3-2).

Spaulding 6, Salem 3: In Rochester, Dan Sims threw a six-hitter, fanning four, for the Raiders. Garrett Langis tripled and drove home two runs, and Keagan Calero and Jackson Bowlen doubled and drove in a run. Adam Smith had two RBIs for Salem. Dylan McMenemy allowed six runs, four earned, and took the loss.

Campbell 1, Laconia 0: In Litchfield, Keegan Mills struck out 12 and allowed no hits in 6 2/3 innings and scored the lone run for the Cougars. Conor Sweeney got the last out in the combined no-hit performance. Logan Santos’ RBI single scored Mills in the second. Laconia pitching held the Cougars to three hits.

John Stark 13, Kingswood 6: In Weare, John Stark sophomore Austin Hazzard threw four innings of shutout ball, allowing three hits, no walks and five strikeouts. Offensively the Generals (3-0) were lead by Rian Queen (3-for-3, three RBIs, three runs), Nathan Innerfield (two hits, three RBIs) and Aaron Robertson (three hits, two runs). Glen Spooner and Tryten Williams each recorded their first varsity hits.

South Portland, Maine 1, Pinkerton 0: In Derry, the Astros were held to two hits — singles by Connor Jenkins and Mat Albetski — in the loss. Richard Marique allowed five hits and one run in seven innings, striking out eight.

Souhegan 6, Kennett 5: In Amherst, Sam Corbett went 2 for 2 with three walks, three RBIs and four stolen bases to lead the Sabers (1-3) to their first victory. Jacob Grassett allowed two runs on four hits in six innings to earn the win.

Hopkinton 14, Mascoma 0 (5 innings): In Hopkinton, Caleb Yianakopolos went 3 for 3 with two stolen bases and scored four runs for the Hawks (4-1). Four Hopkinton pitchers limited Mascoma (1-2) to one hit.

Boys’ lacrosse

Windham 11, John Stark 5: In Weare, Kayden Easter scored three goals and assisted on two, Cam Fortin scored one and had two assists, and Peyton Marden had a goal and an assist for John Stark. Ethan Konrad made 20 saves for the Generals.

Central 9, Spaulding 1: In Rochester, Alex Hawkom led the Little Green with six goals. Isaiah Jubrey, Gavin Lins and TJ Pacheco added goals. Owen McNichols had 14 saves.

Exeter 12, Dover 4: In Exeter, Spencer Clark scored three goals and notched an assist, and Wyatt Carr scored two and had three assists for the Blue Hawks (2-2). Jake Mantell added two goals and Henry Vogt made six saves. Dover (1-3) got two goals from Kyle Ferreiro and six saves from Seb Cook.

Inter-Lakes 13, Milford 4: In Meredith, Matt Hannon had three goals to lead the Spartans. Anthony Viola had an assist and a goal. Nate Johnson chipped in an assist. Kyle Forsley made 13 saves for Milford (1-3).

Winnacunnet 10, Goffstown 5: In Hampton, Nick Mason scored five goals for Goffstown (2-3), which trailed 8-2 at halftime. Jack Ellis had five goals and an assist for Winnacunnet (1-3).

Nashua South 12, Salem 9: In Salem, Drew Fleury scored four goals, and Jordan Bodwell, Joe Buturla and Connor Rowsell each scored twice for the Panthers. Mike Ference had four goals and four assists for Salem.

Derryfield 7, Portsmouth 6: In Manchester, the Cougars held on take their 58th straight win, and to do so they had to overcome the team they've beaten in the last two Division II championship games.

The Cougars held a 7-1 lead at half on the strength of two goals each by Jonny MacLean and Chas Dean. Matt Weimer, Max Horton and Alex Neville also scored. Henry Howe notched two assist. Goalie Avry Truex had an assist in addition to 10 saves for Derryfield (5-0).

Cole Brahms scored four goals and Tyler Durkin had two for Portsmouth (4-1).

Girls’ lacrosse

Derryfield 18, Gilford 1: In Manchester, Lucy Licata led the 3-0 Cougars with eight goals and two assists. Olivia Strong added six goals and six assists. Eva Petron scored twice. Shawna Lesmerises made eight saves. Shelby Cole scored for Gilford, which is 1-1.

Souhegan 18, Merrimack 10: In Amherst, Souhegan (4-0) received five goals from Abby Hawkes and four from Clare Woodford. Savannah Behn added three goals and three assists. Ellie Boucher, Amber Brewster and McKenzie Hutchinson each had two goals for Merrimack (2-2).


Exeter 11, Keene 3: In Exeter, Sam Wiberg threw a five-hitter and struck out six for the win. Emma Chisholm homered, had three hits, scored three and drove in two for Exeter (4-1). Julia Sveen had two hits, scored two and had four RBIs, and Kosi Forman had two hits, scored twice and notched an RBI. Keene (1-4) got two hits and a leadoff homer from Meghan Healey. Kyleigh Gordan and Laurel Cace had back-to-back RBI doubles.

Windham 14, Dover 3: In Windham, Larissa Piessens homered twice and drove in four, and Leeten Adolt had a grand slam, to pace the Jaguars. Makayla Panich and Lily McGinnis had RBIs in the six-run sixth inning. Abby Bedient got the win, allowing three runs on five hits and striking out 10 for Windham (4-1).



Alvirne 6, Nashua North 3

Singles: Peyton Meuse (A) def. Nathan Yeung (NN) 8-3; Ashton Meuse (A) def. Stephen Norris (NN) 8-1; Justin Carbonneau (A) def. Murray Mahoney (NN) 9-7; Tom Bondaruk (A) def. Carson Goh (NN) 8-3; Todd Richardson (NN) def. Jake Natola (A) 8-5; Charlie Thomas (A) def. Seth White (NN) 8-4

Doubles: Meuse/Meuse (A) def. Yeung/Norris(NN) 8-6; Mahoney/Richardson (NN) def. Carbonneau/Bondaruk (A) 8-4; Goh/White (NN) def. Natola/Thomas (A) 8-6.


Concord 7, Spaulding 2

Singles: Liam Grennon (C) d. Nick Ward, 8-4; Winsor Bean (C) d. Ben Mathias, 8-1; Matthew Burns (C) d. Jarod Gooley, 8-1; Devin Philbrick (C) d. Ayden Hart, 8-0; Braiden Burns (S) d. Will Pegnam, 8-4; Will Shoemaker (C) d. Adam Todd, 8-2.Doubles: Grennon/Bean (C) d. Ward/Gooley, 8-0; M. Burns/Philbrick (C) d. Mathias/Hart, 8-1; B. Burns/Todd (S) d. Pegnam/Shoemaker, 8-2.

Team records: Concord 4-2, Spaulding 0-5


Derryfield 5, Londonderry 4

Singles: Cam Ness (L) def. Tyler Critz (DS) 8-0; Jay Hayes (L) def. Max Smith (DS) 8-1; Brady McGinley (DS) def. Tanner Fortier (L) 8-6; Ben Doris (L) def. David Doan (DS) 8-3; Nick Sperduto (DS) def. Ryan Cullen (L) 8-1; Dhilan Soundar (DS) win by default

Doubles: Ness/Hayes (L) def Critz/Smith (DS) 8-1; McGinley/Doan (DS) def. Fortier/Doris (L) 8-5; Sperduto/Soundar (DS) win by default


Pinkerton 8, Dover 1

Singles: Seb Tonini (P) def. Max Casey (D) 8-1; John Marineau (P) def. Nick Marchuk (D) 8-5; Henry Andrews (P) def. Zac Nelson-Marios (D) 8-4; Jeff Marquis (P) def. John Nash (D) 9-7; Ty Vikto (D) def Alex Tveter (P) 9-8(7-3); Colby Day (P) def. Sebastian Karas (D) 9-7

Doubles: Tonini/Marineau (P) def. Casey/Vitko (D) 8-1; Andrews/Marquis (P) def. Marchuk/Nash (D) 8-1; Tveter/Day (P) def. Griffin Leach/Elijah Payeur (D) 8-3

Records: Dover 5-1, Pinkerton 5-0


At Dover

Pinkerton 6, Dover 3

Singles: Chloe Freedman (P) def Rachel Vitko (D) 8-1; Lauren Hide (D) def Julia Farnum  (P) 8-3; Maya Ramden (D) def Madison Allen (P)  9-7; Katie Allen (P) def Morgan Raineri (D) 8-4; Victoria Hodosl (P) def Tatiana Davino (D) 9-8 (7-3); Maddie Frank (P) def Emelia Ross (D) 8-1

Doubles: Freedman/Farnum (P) def Hide/Ramden (D) 8-4; Vitko/Ross (D) def K. Allen/Hodosi (P) 8-5; M. Allan/Leah Sears (P) def Davino/Summer Congram (D) 8-5

Records: Pinkerton 4-1; Dover 3-4