High School Highlights

Compiled by MARC BRETON and TOM KING

Baseball

Nashua North 3, Winnacunnet 2

Zach Iannone hit a sac fly in the seventh inning to score John Hyland, for what would be the winning run for the Titans (9-6). Casey Lane went 1 for 2 with a solo home run and Will Brooks went 1 for 3 with a RBI. Joe Berman got the start allowing one earned run and striking out eight in six innings. North hosts Trinity on Wednesday.

Timberlane 2, Nashua South 0

Zach Finkelstein struck out six in a complete game effort, despite the Panthers (7-7) losing to the Owls. Hunter Routhier, Jake Smith, and Seth Marcano all had one hit each. South has gone scoreless in their last two games. South travels to Trinity on Tuesday.

Londonderry 5, Alvirne 4

The Broncos (3-10) lost the lead in the seventh inning and lose a heart breaker to the Lancers. Alvirne jumped out to a 4-1 lead in the second on a Grady Hudson double scoring Felice Ciardiello and Hayden Callery. Evan Beals and Ryan Santos tallied a double and a single respectively. In relief Travis Peabody struck out four, allowing one hit in four innings. Alvirne hosts Spaulding on Wednesday.

Hollis Brookline 11, Milford 4

Kyle Hsu and Grant Snyder hit home runs to boost the Cavaliers (4-9) over the Spartans (4-7). Hollis Brookline broke out in the third inning with five runs. Nic Direnzo and Joe Brown both had doubles, with Mitch Dreyer adding another home run to the box score for the Cavaliers in the fifth. Kenny Corsetti got the win on the mound, as he pitched into the fourth inning allowing two earned runs. Milford’s Ricky DeBernardo had three hits (double, home run) and three RBIs, while Kolbe Heiple added two hits. Hollis Brookline heads to Con Val on Wednesday and Milford hosts Souhegan on Wednesday.

Souhegan 8, Con Val 4

Sophomore Daniel Trzepacz had a day to remember for the Sabers, hitting three homers and doubling, driving in five runs in total. Jacob Grassett had a homer while Liam McGrath picked up the win on the mound allowing three runs over five innings.

Max Leonard picked up the save with two innings of one-run relief, and also threw a runner out at the plate from center in the third inning. Trepacz’s homers consisted of two-run shots in the first and third and a solo blast in the seventh. The Sabers, now 6-4, will be at Milford on Wednesday.

Wilton-Lyndeborough 5, Derryfield 3

Neal Brennan struck out 11 to push the Warriors (11-1) to its seventh straight win. Troy Brennan had three hits and Jake Levert added a solo home run in the fourth. After Derryfield cut it to 4-3 in the sixth, Owen Hughes hit a run scoring single in the seventh for an insurance run.

Wilton-Lyndeborough faces Sunapee on Wednesday.

Bishop Guertin 10, Keene 3

Alex George drove in five runs with three hits, including a homer, as the Cards improved to 9-6. Steve McClendon also had a two-run homer. Ryan Cote had three hits while Brendan Boyce and Brett Anderson had two. Guertin hosts Manchester Memorial on Tuesday at Holman at

4 p.m.

Aaron Zabawski had a solid mound outing, going 5.1 innings, three earned runs on four hits while striking out nine.

Softball

Timberlane 5, Nashua South 1

The Panthers (3-10) were no match for the Owls’ big bats down the stretch. Sarah Picard led South with two hits, while Amber Dube was the leader on the defensive side. Starting pitcher Delia Callery took the loss for the Panthers. South travels to Bedford on Wednesday.

Londonderry 9, Alvirne 1

The Broncos drop to 7-6 after a tough loss to a strong Lancer squad. Courtney Malrioles was strong with a double and a home run to lead the Alvirne offense. Alicia Salvalzo, Haley Peaslee, and Jenna Bradish all had singles. Taking the loss was Kiara Chase giving up six runs on seven hits. Alvirne is back in action on Wednesday against Merrimack.

Keene 13, Bishop Guertin 8

After winning two straight games the Cardinals (2-11) drop a tough contest to Keene. Sara Hey started for the first five innings, giving up 10 hits and striking out five. Offensively, the Cardinal bats showed up to late, scoring five runs in the bottom of the last frame. Hey, Elizabeth Ross, and Emma Charron each had two hits for the home team. Bishop Guertin travels to Manchester Memorial on Wednesday.

Bedford 6, Merrimack 3

The Tomahawks drop their fourth straight and fall to 3-10 on the season. Lindsey Hui went 2 for 4 with three RBIs to lead the way, while Demetria Gonzalez and Brenna Davenport each cracked a double. Merrimack heads to Alvirne on Wednesday.

Milford 12, Hollis Brookline 0

Spartans Jenna DeAngelis spun her first career no hitter striking out the first nine Cavaliers (3-8) batters. DeAngelis finished with 13 strikeouts and went 2 for 4 at the plate with three RBIs. Cora Holtshouser (3 for 4), Amanda Atkinson (3 for 4, three runs scored), Stephanie Bishop (2 for 4, three runs scored), and Paige Delier (2 for 4, double, RBI) made big contributions to the Spartan offense. Milford’s winning streak continues at 12, while outscoring opponents 145 to 13. Milford hosts Goffstown on Wednesday and Hollis Brookline travels to Souhegan on Tuesday.

Souhegan 11, Con Val 4

Cameron Whitney took a perfect game into the sixth inning to help the Sabers (8-3) get passed ConVal. Madison Robicheau led the attack with a 4 for 4 day. Mary Rotthoff added three hits and Carrie Speer, Megan Tupaj, and Ava VanBallegooyen chipped in two a piece. Souhegan faces Hollis Brookline on Tuesday.

Wilton-Lyndeborough 8,

Derryfield 5

The Warriors (11-2) ended up on top in a hard fought game that went nine innings. The Warriors tied the game on an RBI single by Rachel Christino, only to have Derryfield come back with two runs in the bottom of the sixth.

In the ninth Abby LeBlanc led off with a double, Lily Foise knocked in two runs and a Kaitlin Loverme hit finished out the scoring. Lexi Balam and Janel Bachand led the way with three hits each.

The Warriors travel to Sunapee on Wednesday.

Boys Lacrosse

Merrimack Valley 11, Hollis Brookline 5

The Cavaliers showed they were no match for Merrimack Valley’s offense. Garrett Moloney had another solid game net.

The Cavaliers fall to 4-8 with four games to go. Hollis Brookline welcomes Windham on Wednesday.

Hopkinton 10, Campbell 4

The Cougars (1-9) held their own against an undefeated Hopkinton team. Goalie Billy Randolph had 16 saves to keep Campbell close in the game. Zach Wilson and Jake Hartwell collected five ground balls each. Campbell travels to Stevens on Wednesday.

Bishop Guertin 16, Merrimack 4

Sam Prunier led the charge with four goals for the Cardinals (14-0) in an easy win over the Tomahawks (2-11). Ben Abladian had two goals and one assist, while Brain and Sean Cameron had one goal and two assists each. Others scoring one goal were Cam Fagan, Alex Koutsos, Alex Bozek, TJ Quigley, Liam Nye, Jack Johansen (first career goal), and Jake Reardon.

Merrimack’s Jay Lanigan had two goals and one assist, Jordan Petrocelli had one goal and one assist, and TJ Fasano added one goal. Garret Murray (eight saves) and TJ Vadney (two saves) shared duties in the net. Bishop Guertin welcomes Bedford on Thursday, with Merrimack facing Londonderry on May 21.

Monadnock 17, Milford 12

Owen Clary totaled six points (two goals, four assists), but couldn’t get the Spartans (4-5) around Monadnock.

Gavin Urda found the back of the net five times, Cam O’Shaughnessy had a goal and three assists, Owen Hutchinson had a goal and two helpers, while Jakob Fantasia had two goals and Corey Girouard closed out the scoring with a goal.

Goalie Tim Gagnon collected 15 saves in net. Milford is at Gilford on Tuesday.

Boys Volleyball

Bishop Guertin 3, Keene 1

The Cardinals (8-6) continue its late season surge winning their sixth straight game. Bishop Guertin won by the scores of 25-15, 20-25, 25-17, 25-21. Jack Wizboski had 15 kills, Connor Ogorchock added nine kills, and Joe Noon had six kills with two blocks. Bishop Guertin travels to Souhegan on May 21st.

Hollis Brookline 3 Souhegan 0

The Cavaliers (8-4) number four in a row sweeping the Sabers (3-7). Hollis Brookline won by the scores of 25-16, 25-20, 25-16. Scott Van Coughnett and Jonathan Brackett led the way with 33 assists and 17 kills respectively. Sander Wimmer put down eight kills, while Mike Moscatelli (11 digs), Patrick Close (three blocks), and Marshall Coutu (three blocks) led the defensive unit. Hollis Brookline hosts Timberlane on Wednesday and Souhegan welcomes Coe-Brown on Wednesday.

BOYS TENNIS

Souhegan 6, Windham 3

The Jags (7-6) gave the Sabers a battle but not enough as Souhegan is now 12-0 with wins from Matt Lapsley (8-0), Sam Goddard (8-0), Kyle Gibson (8-3), and Josh Lacaillade (8-3) in singles.

Souhegan needed an 8-0 doubles win by Lapsley/Goddard for the clincher. Gibson/Dale Estes also won at No. 2 doubles, 8-6.

Hollis Brookline 8, Milford 1

The Cavs got singles wins from Nick Vahe (8-3), Darius Paradie (8-0), David Cherkassky (8-1), Ben Zielinski (8-1) and Max Burns (8-0) for a singles sweep and all they needed to improve to 9-1. Milford (2-8) defaulted at No. 6.

The Spartans lone win came in doubles for the team of Parker Lambert/Martin Diderholm,8-3.

Milford hosts Windham on Wednesday while HB hosts Lebanon.

Winnacunnet 7, Nashua North 2

North got wins from Kevin Kelly at No. 1 singles (8-5) and Carson Goh at No. 5 (8-4) but were swept in doubles to fall to 6-6. The Titans host Concord on Wednesday.

Alvirne 7, Manchester Memorial 2

The Broncos (4-10) wrapped up the season on a high note, getting five singles wins from Jake Natola (8-5), Christos Tufts (9-7), Anish Menghani (8-6), Justin Carbonneau (8-0) and Drew Cote (8-6). Connor Lambert/Natola (8-2) and Cam Hilton/Colin O’Neil (8-4) won at Nos. 1 and 3 doubles.

GIRLS TENNIS

Nashua South 6, Pinkerton 3

The Panthers are now 10-3 after they took four of six singles and two of three doubles. Kaitlin Fitzgibbons (8-1), Priya Shokeen (8-0), Nora Goldenberg (8-6) and Joanne Lee (8-1 all triumphed for the locals. Shrijaa Mohan/Shokeen (No. 2, 8-0) and Lee/Katherine Tello (8-4) also won.

South wraps up the regular season Wednesday at Winnacunnet.

Winnacunnet 6, Nashua North 3

Brenna Rose and Liz Dion were big winners for the 1-11 Titans, with respective 9-7 and 8-1 singles wins and an 8-2 win at No. 1 doubles. North’s Brokke Bakhit played well in a 9-8 (7-4 tiebreaker) match at No. 3.

North is at Concord on Wednesday.

Merrimack 6, Keene 3

The Tomahawks picked up five singles wins for their second victory of the season. Winners included Abby Fay (8-6), McKenzy Miller (8-3), Eliza Gustafson (8-6), Allorah Bowen (8-0) and Mady Curran (8-2). The No. 1 doubles team of Fay/Miller also prevailed 8-0. The ‘Hawks finish up their season Wednesday at Wasserman Park vs. Spaulding.

Windham 9, Souhegan 0

The Sabers (4-8) got good matches in defeat from Lila Morgan at No. 2 singles (8-3) and Zoe Garvey at No. 4 (8-4). They host Pembroke on Tuesday.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Hollis Brookline 14, Timberlane 3

The Cavs got four goals and an assist from Paisley Broadhurst to help them move to 9-3. Kelsey Sweeney racked up 4 assists along with a goal. Senior Cece Fetter scored twice to stand at 96 career varsity goals.

Also, Abbey Magnuszewski added a pair or goals and an assist. Tasha White and Victoria Bruzik each scored twogoals. Elise Bender (one goal) and Reagan Berry (one assist) rounded out the scoring. The defense led by Caroline Smith and goalie Olivia Valentine shut out the Owls for the final 36 minutes of the game.