Joe Songen pitched all five innings, leading the Trinity High baseball team to its first victory, a 12-1 verdict over host Nashua South on Tuesday.
Songen surrendered five hits while striking out two. South’s (2-5) Albert De La Rosa collected three hits and scored the team’s lone run.
Chris Chow, Cam Tomko, Rob Launier and Liam Ryan each had multi-hit games for Trinity (1-8).
Pembroke 7, Pelham 3: In Pembroke, the Spartans (3-3) scored six runs in the bottom of the first inning. Chris Daniels led the way on the mound with four strikeouts and seven hits allowed. He also went 1-for-3 at the plate, with his lone hit being a three-run double. Pelham (2-4) had eight total hits in the game.
Pinkerton 13, Goffstown 6: In Derry, Pinkerton (5-2) jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning and later tacked on runs in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth innings. Richie Marique was a catalyst for the Astros’ offense, going 2-for-4 with three RBIs and two runs scored. Derek Hiscox earned the win on the mound. Connor Hujsak (2) and Myles Green each had RBIs for the Grizzlies (2-5).
Pinkerton 16, Bedford 4: Monday at Bedford, the Astros built a 15-1 halftime lead and cruised. Owen McCormack led the scoring parade with five goals and four assists, while Ryan Auger (four goals, three assists), Mason Drouin (three goals, two assists), Gennaro Marra (two goals, two assists), Connor McCormack (one goal, one assist), Jackson Morrissette (one goal) and Riley Spellman (one assist) also chipped in. Jack Sweeney (six saves) and Andrew Hassler (five saves) split goalkeeping duties for the Astros (5-3). Bedford dropped to 1-6.
Coe-Brown 7, ConVal 0: In Peterborough, the Bears (1-2) kept ConVal (0-3) off the board thanks to goalie Zach Sheehan. The Coe-Brown net-minder recorded 16 saves, and the offense returned the favor with goals from Jacob Radwan (2), Ryan Nester, Wells Lambert, Aaron Bono, Will Sawyer and Jack Cinquegrano.
Nashua South 8, Timberlane 7: In Plaistow, Joe Bodi pushed the Purple Panthers (5-2) to victory with a game-winning goal in double overtime. The goal was his second in the game, trailing Joe Buturla (three) for the team lead. Dominic Pasquale had 12 saves in net, while Jaiden Dupont won 14 of the 18 faceoffs he took. Timberlane is 3-2.
Goffstown 12, Bow 5: In Goffstown, Kyle Auger (3), Eric Dubois (2) and Nick Mason (2) comprised a group that scored multiple goals for the Grizzlies (4-4), and the team’s 8-3 lead going into halftime proved to be too much for Bow (1-5) to overcome. The Falcons’ Mason Grasso led all goal scorers with four.
John Stark 9, Coe-Brown 7: In Weare, Aiden Moser led the Generals (3-3) with four goals and an assist, while Ethan Konrad stopped eight shots in net. Kayden Easter had two goals, and Logan Beliveau, Peyton Marden and Cam Fortin each had one. Coe-Brown is 1-3.
Windham 14, Keene 3: In Windham, the Jaguars (3-3) took a 10-1 advantage into halftime before outscoring Keene (2-3) 4-2 in the second half. Windham had seven goal scorers in the game with Ryane Farrell (4), Devon Hamilton (3) and Madi Connelly (3) being among those to score on multiple occasions. Cali Behling, Cecilia Ponzini and Erica Irvin each had an assist for Windham.
Derryfield 12, Bow 7: In Manchester, the Cougars (5-0) were led by Lucy Licata and Olivia Strong, with the two combining for all of Derryfield’s goals, scoring seven and five, respectively. Shawna Lesmerises saved 18 of the 25 shots she faced in net and received plenty of help from defenders Julia Tilton, Lauren MacLean, Jess Carr and Emmy Plage. Bow is 2-1.
Bow 7, Kingswood 2
Singles: Caleb Olson (B) def. Preston Bechard, 8-0; Matt Ferland (B) def. Hunter Montgomery, 8-0; Jon Cook (B) def Aiden Kelley, 8-0; Noah Leuctenberger (B) def. Dan Hartley, 8-1; Aiden Munro (B) def. Jackson Buudman, 8-0; B wins by default.
Doubles: Bechard/Montgomery (K) def John Topolosky/Dalton Saltorelli, 8-4; Kelley/Hartley (K) def Oliver Dolcino/Jurgen Stich, 9-7; Bow wins by default.
Records: Bow 3-3, Kingswood 0-7.
Londonderry 6, Nashua North 3
Singles: Cam Ness (L) def. Nathan Yeung, 8-1; Camden Poitras (L) def. Stephen Norris, 8-0; Jay Hayes (L) def. Zach Rowe, 8-1; Murray Mahoney (NN) def. Tanner Fortier, 8-5; Carson Goh (NN) def. Ben Doris, 8-6; Jacob Escott (L) def. Todd Richardson, 8-5.
Doubles: Ness/Hayes (L) def. Yeung/Norris, 9-8; Poitras/Fortier (L) def. Rowe/Mahoney, 8-2; Goh/Seth White (NN) def. Doris/Escott, 8-6.
Records: Londonderry 5-1, Nashua North 2-6.
Merrimack 5, Salem 4
Singles: Cam Wilson (M) def. Will Caraccio, 8-3; Dylan Laudani (S) def. CJ Terranova, 8-0; Colby Benoit (M) def. Ryan Pappalardo, 8-4; Austin Salvetti (S) def. Om Panwalker, 9-7; Logan Krahn (S) def. Nate Livie, 8-6; Sean Trimper (M) def. John Medeiros, 8-4.
Doubles: Wilson/Benoit (M) def. Caraccio/Laudani, 8-4; Terranova/Panwalker (M) def. Pappalardo/Salvetti, 9-7; Krahn/Luc Goodnow (S) def. Nate Newton/Nolan Cummings, 8-6.
Bishop Guertin 3, Farmington 0: In Nashua, Bishop Guertin (5-1) swept the Tigers with scores of 25-8, 25-16 and 25-9. Erik Wizboski had six aces and one kill, while Chris Barillas tallied two aces and 15 assists. Farmington is 0-4.
Pinkerton 3, Keene 2: In Derry, the Astros (2-4) alternated set wins with Keene before taking the fifth and final, 15-11, to earn the victory. Keene (4-1) won games one (25-23) and three (25-20), while Pinkerton took games two (25-20), four (24-23) and five.
Justin Dunne had four kills and four blocks in his varsity debut for the Astros while Brandon Lee chipped in 29 assists.
Hollis-Brookline 3, Goffstown 0: In Hollis, the Cavaliers (4-2) came away with a sweep, winning 25-22, 25-23 and 25-17.
Matt Wojcik had 12 kills for Hollis-Brookline, Joshua Ide had 28 assists and Felix Yang had 18 digs. Goffstown is now 4-3.
Pelham 8, Pembroke 0: In Pembroke, Julia Vawter pitched a complete game for the Pythons (4-2), giving up three hits and striking out four.
Lanna Pierce led the way at the plate for Pelham, recording four RBIs with two doubles. Jess Slaton (two RBIs) and Abbey Bevens (two runs) both had two-hit performances. Jade Pecinski had two hits for Pembroke (3-3).
Pinkerton 9, Manchester Memorial 2: In Manchester, Alyssa DiMauro had three runs batted in and Alyssa Ouellette earned the win for the Astros (2-3). Memorial is 0-6.