High School Highlights: Alvirne softball rips Bedford

Softball

Alvirne 12, Bedford 3

Liz Derosa was blistering at the plate, contributing four RBIs on three doubles for the Broncos. Adding an RBI each to the box score were Haley Peaslee, Alexis Charbonneau, Farrah Cestrone, Kiara Chase, and Kayli Boucher. Chase was the winning pitcher allowing three earned runs, nine hits, and striking out six. Alvirne will play in the first round of the playoffs on Wednesday. 

Winnacunnet 13, Bishop Guertin 1

The Cardinals get taken down in their last game of the season. Seniors Sara Hey and Bonnie Gillis each had hits in their final game. Picking up the rest of Guertin’s four hits were Petra Bajdek and Emma Steadman. The Cardinals lone run came in the third inning when Hey scored on a wild pitch. Bishop Guertin finishes the season at 4-14. 

Merrimack 8, 

Manchester Memorial 2

The Tomahawks finish off the season with a decisive win against Memorial. Brenna Davenport, Liz Scheurich, Erin Knauer, and Jess Trahan had multiple hits. Starting pitcher Mandi Delibac allowed four hits and one walk in the win. Merrimack ends the season 4-14.  

Goffstown 11, Souhegan 2

Megan Tupaj and Carrie Speer had two hits each for the Sabers (11-5), but Goffstown got the upper hand. The game was went away when Goffstown had four runs in the fifth and four more in the seventh. Souhegan travels to Northwood to play Coe Brown on Wednesday in the first round of the playoffs. 

Baseball

Bedford 7, Alvirne 6

The Broncos ran out of gas at the end against the Bulldogs in extra innings. Bedford took a 2-0 lead in the second on a two run blast over the right field fence by Geoff Mosseau.  The Broncos answered back in the fourth with a double by Ryan Santos and an RBI single by Levi Griffin to make it 2-1. Alvirne took a 4-2 lead with three runs in the fifth when a Grady Hudson home run and a Zach Reddig double were the key blows. In the eighth, Bedford took a 7-4 lead as Grant Lavigne and Peyton Murray (2 hits) belted RBI doubles.  The Broncos rallied in the eighth chasing reliever Pat Harrington before Avery Mosseau’s pressure strikeout. Alvirne freshman catcher Evan Beals had two hits along with Josh Trzcienski. Alvirne end the season at 5-13. 

Hanover 8, Milford 1

The Spartans finish the season 7-9, with a loss to Hanover. Tyler Gendron had the lone RBI for Milford on a sacrifice fly. Kolbe Heiple (double), Janie Pare, and Nick Mazzeo all had hits for Milford. Pare got the loss on the mound for the Spartans. 

Londonderry 9, Nashua North 4

The Titans end the season a five game losing skid. Casey Lane, Will Brooks, and James Bolton each doubles and runs scored in the game. North ends the season at 9-11. 

Boys Lacrosse

Hollis Brookline 14, Nashua North 7

The Cavaliers (7-9) beat the Titans (2-13), with the win getting Hollis Brookline into the playoffs. Ryan Olson powered the Cavs scoring with a double hat trick, while Garrett Moloney had a number of big saves to keep and expand their lead as the game wore on. North was led by Troy Bottari’s four goal effort, while also scoring his 100th goal of his career. Chris LeRoux, Colin Manning, and Stephen Vertigans had one goal each. Hollis-Brookline travels to Winnacunnet in the first round of the playoffs Wednesday in Hampton.  

Girls Lacrosse

Nashua South 13, Nashua North 10

The Panthers (8-8) defeated the Titans (5-11) on senior night as they head into the postseason. Emma Murphy scored her first goal of the year, Kirsten McIntire had five goals and an assist, Liz Harrington had three goals and two assists, Bailey Morin had two goals, while Sarah Signorello and Laura Galvez each had a goal. The defensive unit was led by Izzy Bolduc, Bailey Morin, Olivia Kingston, Hannah Dumaine, and Tara Saliany. Goalie Abby Rowe had eight saves in net. South will await its playoff opponent on Wednesday. 

Souhegan 18, Concord 1

Taylor Clark and Clare Woodford had hat tricks for the Sabers  in their win on Friday. Brigid Casey, Mckenzie Robinson, and Hannah Rowe added two goals a piece. Closing out the scoring with one gaol each were Abby Cranney, Sammi Jay, Issa Aiello, O’Neill Galinson, Kate Lindsey, and Nicole O’Rourke. Alex LaBrosse had eight saves in net. Souhegan end the season with a 16-2 record. 

Campbell 14, Belmont 10

The cougars close out the season defeating Belmont on Friday afternoon. Jocelyn Theriault had an 11 point game with seven goals and four assists, while Caitlin Newell had three goals and four assists. Scoring one goal each were Kate Stoncius, Autumn Thomspon, Olivia Christino, and Hannah Douglas. Goalie Allie Dyac had a team record 18 saves putting her total at 109 for the season. Campbell finishes with a 5-9 record. 

Boys Volleyball

Hollis Brookline 3,  Winnacunnet 0

The Cavaliers (11-4) win on senior night by the scores of 25-14, 25-23, 25-22. The Cavs were led by Scott Vancoughnett who had 31 assists and Sander Wimmer had 12 kills, while Mike Moscatelli and Matt Simco combined for 15 kills. Leading the defense was Jack Sinclair with 10 digs. Hollis Brookline hosts Coe Brown Tuesday on Tuesday. 

Bishop Guertin 3, John Stark 0

The Cardinals sweep John Stark by the scores of 25-20, 25-17, 25-8. Jack Wizboski nailed down a total of 22 kills and Connor Ogorchock was right behind him with 13. Nate Newton led the defensive effort with 12 digs. Bishop Guertin end the season on an eight game winning streak and a 10-6 record.