High School Highlights: Bishop Guertin baseball stops Central


Bishop Guertin 5, Central 0

Brett Anderson tossed a complete game one-hitter, striking out 15 and walking just one as the Cardinals moved to 8-5. Sam Boudreau (2 for 3, two RBIs, stolen base), Tony Gallinaro (three walks, three runs, three stolen bases) and Anderson (hit, RBI) paced the offense. The Cards host Dover at Holman Stadium at 4 p.m. on Friday.

Concord 9, Alvirne 8

The visiting Broncos fell to 3-8 despite rallying to take the lead in the sixth inning. They had 10 hits on the day, including multiples by Zac Reddig (3 for 4) Hayden Callery, and Ryan Ruigrok (three RBIs). Parth Patel pitched three innings of one-hit relief for Alvirne, while Callery had four of Alvirne’s whopping 11 stolen bases. However, he got picked off to end the game.

Salem 5, Merrimack 4

Mike Lyna, Landon Henzley and Cody Pfeifer all had two hits and an RBI but the Tomahawks fell short. Keaton Miller had a hit and an RBI while Jake Mainey threw 2-2/3 scoreless innings of one-hit relief.

Souhegan 11, Kingswood 8

The Sabers, trailing 4-0, rallied to take a 5-4 lead in the third to improve to 5-4. Sophomore Daniel Trzepacz, who is said to be deciding soon between verbal offers from Hofstra and the University of Delaware, had a big base-clearing, bases loaded hit in the rally. Sam Corbett added two hits as well. Max Leonard pitched five innings, allowing five runs, to get the win, and Bobby Henline tossed two innings in relief to get the save.

Hollis Brookline 13, Coe-Brown 4

The visiting Cavaliers picked up their second straight win after eight losses to start the season, thanks to some good pitching from Kenny Corsetti, Max Mello and Chris Cadman and home runs from Tyler Macdormand and Kyle Hsu.

Hsu, Joe Messina, Macdormand, Dan Leone, Joe Brown each had two hits and Mello had four as part of a 16-hit attack.

Campbell 4, Interlakes 1 (Tuesday)

James Cardello pitched a complete game four-hitter (all singles), fanning seven while walking just one, and he also picked up an RBI on a sac fly. Jay Neild was 1-2 with an RBI, and Brett McInerney had a hit, two stolen bases, and played well behind the plate.


Bishop Guertin 15, Nashua South 5

The Panthers took a 2-0 lead 12 minutes into the first half but it was mostly all Cardinals thereafter as Kayli Keenan had four goals and two assists while Emily Santom added a pair of goals and two assists. Lindsay Hult had a pair of goals for the winners (10-3) while single scores were by Katie Lupo, Madi Keating, Emma Hayhurst, Abi Ahearn, Claire Donovan Sophi O’Brien and Amelia Piercey. Grace Young had two saves.

Her South counterpart, Abbey Rowe had six saves in goal, putting her at 104 saves on the season. Kirsten McIntire had four goals to lead the Panthers (5-7) while Izzy Bolduc scored her first goal of the season and Liz Harrington had an assist.

Emma Pucillo, Sarah Signorello, Bailey Morin and Laura Galvez played well on the draw for South.

Hollis Brookline 14, Spaulding 2

The Cavaliers moved to 7-3 as Cece Fetter had a six point day with three goals and three assists. Tasha White won 12 of the 13 draws she took, scored a goal, and had two assists.

Also, Kelsey Sweeney scored twice and added three assists while Paisley Broadhurst scored a goal and had an assist. Abbey Magnuszewski, Reagan Berry, Rachel Cerato, Meghan Veino, and Elise Bender each had a goal. Olivia Valentine stopped five of seven shots while varsity newcomers Sydney Reichard and Sammy Atlas played well.


Bishop Guertin 11, Manchester Central 5

The Cards overcame a five-run Little Green first inning thanks in part to Emma Charron’s six-plus inning relief pitching to record their first win of the season (1-11). Senior Bonnie Gillis, Junior Meredith Basta, and Sophomore Taylor Cushion had three hits each on the day. The Cardinals, who also played well defensively, visit Dover on Friday.

Salem 4, Merrimack 3 (8 innings)

The Tomahawks played Salem tough but fell to 3-7. Mandy Delibac threw the full game allowing 11 hits and 0 walks. Brenna Davenport went 2 for 4 with one RBI while Jess Trahan knocked in a pair. Merrimack is at Timberlane on Friday.

Pinkerton 12, Nashua North 0

The good feelings from their win the previous day over rival Nashua South disappeared for the Titans, who fell to 4-6 on the season. They host Spaulding on Friday.

Milford 4, John Stark 1

The Spartans are now 10-0 after a one-hitter twirled by Jenna DeAngelis, whose only mistake was allowing a second inning home run. She struck out 14 and walked just two.

Milford, which plated one in the first and snapped the tie with three in the fourth, got key hits by Raven Comtois (run scored), Paige Delier (two walks, run), Abby Sites (walk, run) and Abby Stillwagon (run). The Generals, also a Division II contender, fell to 8-2.

Souhegan 15, Kingswood 6

Madison Robicheau had a four-hit, three RBI day as the Sabers improved to 6-3 Carrie Speer had two hits and two RBIs. Ava VanBallegooyen broke things open in the first, clearing the bases with a two out double to give the Sabers a 5-0 lead. Cameron Whitney threw five shutout innings to get the win.

Coe-Brown 21, Hollis Brookline 1

The Cavs fell to 3-5 despite Isabel Keefe going 2 for 2. Kara Lukovits had the lone RBI for HB while Alyssa Hall, Savanna Bent and Delayni Kovalchek each had a hit. The Cavs visit Trinity on Thursday.

Campbell 3, Prospect Mountain 2

The Cougars survived their closest game of the season to remain unbeaten at 9-0. Mary Kuczkowski (two doubles) and Meghan Gibbons ( single and double) paced a nine hit attack. Marissa Carignan pitched the first three innings and Olivia Byers closed the game, the pair combining to strike out six and allow six hits.

Boys Lacrosse

Plymouth 16, Milford 9

Milford hit the road and tumbled to 4-4 on the year, despite four goals and an assist from Gavin Urda. Owen Clary scored three goals, and Cam O’Shaughnessy added a goal and two assists. Matt Hannon had the other Spartans goal. Tim Gagnon made 10 saves and got some pretty solid defensive work in front of him by Josh Shaw.

Merrimack 13, Alvirne 3

TJ Fasano netted four goals and an assist helping Merrimack to the home win over the Broncos. Jordan Petrocelli and Jay Lanigan each netted three goals, and Lucas Booth pitched in a pair. Pay Steines had a goal as well, and Garrett Murray picked up the victory in net, stopping three shots, as Jacob Newman anchored the Tomahawks defense. Donnie Buchanan scored twice and Anthony Derosa once for Alvirne.

Salem 8, Nashua North 5

A battle ensued from the opening faceoff and North just came up short. Ryan Palmer did all he could, stopping a dozen Salem shots with defensive help from Griffin Dane, Steele Stratton and Chris Constant. Todd Redman and Troy Bottari each netted two goals with an assist apiece. Martin Flaherty scored one Titan goal and assisted on another.

Goffstown 7, Hollis-Brookline 6

Trailing 7-4, the Cavaliers mounded a rally but came up just short in the final minute. Senior attackman Ryan Olson had another hat trick for the Cavaliers and also logged two assists. Senior goalie Garrett Moloney again was stellar in the cage, coming up with17 saves on 24 shots. Hollis Brookline is now 4-6.

Boys Tennis

Pinkerton 9, Nashua North 0

Powehouse Pinkerton posted the shutout, but the Nashua North boys battled. Nathan Yeung and Seth White each pushed their singles opponents, falling 4-8 and 5-8, respectively. Michael Lai and Stephen Norris combined for a solid effort at No. 1 singles for the 5-5 Titans.

Manchester Central 7, Alvirne 2

Cole Taylor posted the lone singles win for the Broncos, 8-4, at the No. 3 spot. Anish Menghani and Oliver Thomas teamed up to win the final doubles match of the day for the second Alvirne point.

Souhegan 9, Milford 0

Matt Lapsley, Kyle Gibson, Dale Estes and Josh Lacaillade all won via singles shutouts for the 10-0 Sabers, while Sam Goddard surrendered just one game in his victory. Milford falls to 2-6.

Hollis Brookline 8, Con Val 1

Little came easy for the Cavaliers, who seemed to battle hard in every match, besides Darius Paradie’s 8-1 romp at No. 2 singles. Nick Vahe continued his winning ways at the top slot, while David Cherkassky, Max Burns and Alex Anghel all had Hollis Brookline singles wins.

Exeter 7, Nashua South 2

The Panthers fell to 8-4 on the year despite some exceptional work in the top singles spot from Amole Khanna, who was a 9-7 winner. Matt Beaudette and Anish Kammila paired up for a Panthers doubles win as well.

Girls Tennis

Milford 9, Souhegan 0

The Milford girls took no prisoners in improving to 10-1 on the season. Grace Carpenter cruised in the top singles spot and Heather Hager posted the shutout at No. 2. Leslie MacGrath, Sydney Kolasinski, Katie Brown and Sabrina all were sharp in wins for the Spartans.

Portsmouth 9, Souhegan 0 (Tuesday)

Zoe Garvey had the best match for the Sabers, falling 8-4 at No. 5 singles.

Bishop Guertin 9, Londonderry 0

Katelyn Nichols and Hannah Gilbertson refused to surrender a game in their shutout wins. Claire Reynolds owned the top spot with an 8-2 decision. Amy Maalouf, Elizabeth Janiak and Margo Liakos rounded out the singles winners for 10-0 Guertin.

Hanover 9, Merrimack 0

Mady Curran and Allorah Bowen battled hard in their matches for the Tomahawks, who tumble to 1-10.

Con Val 6, Hollis Brookline 2

Samantha Randlett earned a fine, 8-4, win at the No. 3 singles spot, while the Cavaliers also scored a point in No. 3 singles with Randlett teaming together with Aya Kingsley for the doubles score.

Boys Volleyball

Bishop Guertin 3, Winnacunnet 0

Don’t look now, but the Cardinals, once 2-6 on the year, have crept back to the .500 mark with four straight wins, dominating the Warriors, 25-21, 25-21, 25-20. Chris Barillas continues to pass with prowess, dishing out 35 assists and spanking three aces. Jack Wizboski was unstoppable with 17 kills and pitched in eight digs. Joe Noon had 10 kills as well.

Hollis Brookline 3, Mascenic 0

With back-to-back win, Hollis Brookline moves to 6-4 after dispatching Mascenic, 25-13, 25-19, 25-21. Jonathan Brackett was a force up front with 16 kills. Matt Simco anchored the middle with six kills and nine blocks, while Patrick Close had seven blocks. Scott Van Coughnett dished out 30 assists, and Sander Wimmer rifled three aces.


Campbell boys third, girls fourth (Tuesday)

Campbell boys placed third the girls and fourth in six-team meet. Freshman Tori Allen won the girls high jump, nipping senior teammate Merceidiz Diaz. Allen alo earned a third in the 100 hurdles. Caitie Callinan won the 3200 meters and placedthird in the 1600. Shelby Phillips was second in the javelin while Liz Breton was fifth in the 200 and sixth in the long jump.

Spencer Snell led the boys with a discus win and a third in the javelin. Josh Hoffman and Tyler Meyers were fifth and sixth in the discus. Senior Eddie Glancy was third and Tyler Meyers was fourth in the discus. Luke Hogan was third in the 400, nipping teammate Tevon Pieu, and was also fourth in the triple jump.

Nathan Bazzocchi sprinted to third in the 200 and 100, where he dead-heated with Cougar Trevor Gomes. Jaylen Owen was sixth in the 100 and the 300 hurdles, where teammate Brendan Douglas was fourth. Pat Clifford was fifth in the 100 hurdles, and Tyler O’Mara was fifth in the 1600.