High School Highlights: Souhegan girls lacrosse rolls over Nashua South

Girls Lacrosse

Souhegan 14, Nashua South 3

Brigid Casey had a five-point (three goals, two assists) game to lead the Sabers past the Panthers in the quarterfinal round.

Taylor Clark found the back of the net four times and Abbey Cranney put in two goals. Collecting one goal a piece for the Sabers were O’Neill Galinson, Ozzie Aiello, Savannah Behn, Abby Hawkes, and Sammi Jay.

South’s Kirsten McIntire had two goals, Paige Garland had one goal, and Liz Harrington added an assist. Souhegan will play Bedford on Saturday.

Hollis Brookline 15, Windham 9

The Cavaliers pull out a decisive win in the quarterfinals. Cece Fetter had an incredible day with six goals, one assist and six draw controls.

Kelsey Sweeney put together a two goal, three assist day. Abbey Magnuszewski had her strongest game of the season with three goals.

Paisley Broadhurst had two goals and six draw controls. Olivia Valentine made nine saves against a tenacious Windham attack. Rachel Cerato added a goal and an assist. Tasha White had a goal, two draw controls, and won 7-12 draws in the game. Reagan Berry had a strong defensive day along with scoring a goal.

Hollis Brookline plays Winnacunnet on Saturday at Stellos Stadium.

Softball

Coe-Brown 5, Souhegan 4

The Sabers rally fell just short of getting to the next round.

5-1 in the sixth, singles by Megan Tupaj and Jenna Speer brought up Ava VanBallegooyen who doubled them home.

Cameron Whitney followed with a RBI single to make it 5-4, but it was to little too late for Souhegan.

Alvirne 4, Timberlane 1

Haley Peaslee went 2 for 3 with a RBI, to lead the offense in the Broncos opening round win.

Also, having good days on the offensive front were Jenna Bradish (2 for 4), Alicia Salvalzo (RBI), and Kayli Boucher (double). Kiara Chase went the distance giving up four hits, one earned run, and striking out five.

Alvirne heads to Winnacunnet on Saturday.

Campbell 12, Monadnock 0

The Cougars keep their streak alive, by getting a shutout win in the opening round. Marissa Carignan gave up only one hit and striking out five in five innings. Carignan also led the offense with three hits. Mary Kuczkowski, Cassidy Gibbons, and Liv Garand recorded two hits a piece for the Cougars.

Campbell will host Belmont on

Saturday.

Wilton-Lyndeborough 12, Littleton 0

The Warriors scored four runs in the first inning, and kept the pedal down to move onto the next round.

Lexi Balam and Sam Yurcak had three hits a piece out of the Warriors nine total hits.

Rounding out the scoring on the day was a home run in the sixth inning by Abby LeBlanc. Balam also got the start striking out five in a one hitter.

Wilton-Lyndeborough will play Saturday as they host Colebrook.