High School Highlights: Nashua North baseball posts first win

Baseball

Nashua North 4, Salem 1

The Titans (1-2) secured their first win on Wednesday night. Trevor Kelly had two RBIs, Varun Lingadal hit in one RBI and Zach Iannone brought in one. Tony Gallinaro contributed two hits and two runs. Joseph Berman pitched gave up five hits, one run and struck out five in six innings.

Hollis Brookline 1, Pelham 0

After a tough battle, the Cavaliers (3-0) squeeze by the Pythons. Brandon Hsu pitched six innings holding Pelham to one hit and struck out nine. Max Mello went 1 for 2 with a double and drove in the game’s only run. Joe Messina made the save for Hollis Brookline.

Milford 5,

Manchester West 4

The Spartans (2-3) end a three game winless streak, with a close victory. Max Fortin had a triple to drive in one run. Kolbe Heiple was the winning pitcher for Milford, allowing four hits and four runs over 5.2 innings, striking out 10.

WLC 12, Derryfield 2

The Warriors bounce back after a tough loss to improve to 3-1. Sean Brennan pitched a complete-game allowing two runs, six hits and striking out seven. Owen Hughes rapped three hits with four RBIs.

Bishop Brady 13, Campbell 3

The Cougars (2-1) tally their first loss. Brett McInerney had two hits, a run and a RBI.

Boys lacrosse

Souhegan 11, Salem 8

Tyler Hall and Curtis Redd each had three goals, to lead the Sabers (2-1). Riley Lawhorn and Will Boyle contributed two goal apiece. Luke Manning and John Lohnes controlled the defense with nine groundballs and 11 saves respectively.

Milford 21, Stevens 1

The Spartans (1-2) win their first game of the season in decisive fashion. Corey Girouard led all scorers with five goals and one assist. Matt Hannon had three goals and two assists, while Riley O’Shaughnessy also scored three goals. Alex Karski, Anthony Viola and Tyler Hamlin had two goals each.

Chelmsford 16, Nashua South 7

Joe Bodi was able to score three goals for the Panthers. Jordan Bodwell (two goals, two assists), Drew Fleury (one goal, two assists), Jaden Murphy (one goal, one assist) and Dominic Pasquale (15 saves) also played well.

Girls lacrosse

Souhegan 17, Nashua North 2

The Sabers improve to 3-0, while the Titans fall to 0-5. O’Neill Galinson had a big game, finding the back of the net six times. Taylor Clark (three assists) and Savannah Behn (one assist) had three goals each. Finishing the scoring for Souhegan was Avery Karavas (two goals), Hannah Rowe (one goal), Mackenzie Cretsinger (one goal) and Clare Woodford (one goal). North’s goal scorers were Julia Gagnon and Lily Brooks.

Hollis Brookline 15,

Goffstown 7

The Cavaliers improve to 2-0 with decisive win. Kelsey Sweeney had a total of six points (five goals, one assist) to lead the offense. Tasha White had four goals and Paisley Broadhurst added in four and three goals. The Cavaliers also combined to win 13 draw controls. Olivia Valentine recorded 10 saves on the day.

Campbell 12, Bishop Brady 11

Jocelyn Theriault had a eight point game (five goals, three assists), to help the Cougars (1-1) notch their first win. Emma Montenero had three goals and Kate Stoncius had two goals and two assists. Adding one goal a piece was Bailey Bourque and Brooke Stoncius.

Boys volleyball

Bishop Guertin 3, John Stark 0

The Cardinals (3-1) won by the scores of 25-4, 25-22, 25-18. Chris Barillas (19 assists, three aces), Joe Noon (11 kills, one ace) and Erik Wizboski (six kills, three aces) had big performances that led to the sweep.

Mascenic 3, Souhegan 2

The Sabers drop their third in a row, bringing their record to 1-3. Mike Estabrook had 12 kills and Eli Young had 18 assists for the offensive unit. Ryan Hauser and Jake Aselin made four blocks each, while Nolan Dodge contributed five aces.

Softball

MILFORD 12, WEST 0

Jenna DeAngelis’s great start to the season as she picked up her fifth win with a complete game shutout, striking out 17, allowing just two hits, and two walks (both intentional). She has yet to allow an earned run.

The 5-0 Spartans were paced offensively by Abby Stillwagon (4 for 5, run scored, two RBIs), Cora Holtshouser (3 for 4, two runs, RBI), Abby Sites (2 for 4, two RBIs), Amanda Atkinson (2 for 5, double, two runs scored,three RBIs).

SALEM 3, NASHUA NORTH 0

Thavary Hay, Nicole Perault and Alexis Miranda all went 1 for 3 to pace the 0-3 Titans. Pitcher Abigail Little fanned four and allowed just four hits, walking one while Thavary Hay had seven putouts at short.

PORTSMOUTH 5, MERRIMACK 2

The Tomahawks fell to 1-3 despite the offensive efforts of Brenna Davenport (2 for 4, 2 doubles, one RBI), Dee Gonzalez (RBI, run), Lindsey Hui (2 for 3), and Morgan Goodspeed (1 for 3, stolen base, run scored).

SOUHEGAN 10, OYSTER RIVER 2

Ava Vanballegooyen had two hits and drove in three to lead a 12-hit attack for the 2-1 Sabers.Danielle Drobat (three hits, two RBIs) and Lucy Stover (two hits, two runs) also helped. Pitcher Cameron Whitney helped herself with two hits and two RBIs while going the distance in the circle, allowing only two unearned runs and two hits while striking out nine.

PELHAM 6, HOLLIS BROOKLINE 5

The Cavs (0-3) fell short despite mounting an 11-hit attack led by Cassidy Pigott, Skylar Mack, Sofia Barassi, and Kylie Krivis, who all had multiple hits. Pitcher Ally Johnson recorded 11 strikeouts while walking only one.

WLC 22, DERRYFIELD 0

Janel Bachand had four hits to pace the 4-0 Warriors while Lexi Balam and Sam Yurcak each had three hits and four RBIs.Emma Skelly and Rachel Christino each added two hits. Balam (three innings, one hit, seven strikeouts) and Sam Yurcak (two inings, five Ks) combined in the circle.

CAMPBELL 3, BISHOP BRADY 1

Maddie Davis allowed just three hits, striking out five with no walks. The Cougars (4-0) managed jus six hits but it was enough as Abi Gray had a big triple and Catherine Carignan had a pinch-hit double.

Boys tennis

NASHUA SOUTH 9, SALEM 0

After a tough loss Tuesday, the Panthers stormed back to move to 4-1. Leading the way were 8-0 singles winners Amol Khanna, Rohan Kumar , Anish Kammila Suhaas Katikaneni, Ashok Arun, plus Sahith Kaki (8-1). Sweeping doubles were the teams of Khanna/Kumar and Kammila/Arun (both 8-0), and Katikaneni/Kaki (8-1).

ALVIRNE 6, BISHOP GUERTIN 3

After the teams split singles, the Broncos swept doubles to improve to 4-1. Winning Alvirne tandems were Peyton/Anton Meuse (8-0), Justin Carbonneau/Tom Bondaruk (8-6) and Jave Watola/Chris Toma (8-2).

Alvirne’s singles winners were Peyton Meuse (8-2), Anton Meuse (8-0) and Carbonneau (8-6) at Nos. 1, 2, and 3. Guertin (2-3) took the next three with Dean Liakos (8-2), Leon Jiang (8-3) and Ryan Wallatt (8-6) triumphing.

NASHUA NORTH 7, SPAULDING 2

The Titans took four of six singles and swept doubles to improve to 2-3. Singles winners were Nathan Yeung (8-3), Stephen Norris (8-1), Murray Mahoney (9-8, 7-5) and Carson Goh (8-5). In doubles, the teams of Yeung/Norris (8-5), Zach Rowe/Mahone (8-3) and Goh/Seth White (9-8, 7-5) prevailed.

BISHOP GUERTIN 9, ALVIRNE 0

The Cards (5-0) keep rolling as Amy Maalouf (8-1), Katelyn Nichols (8-0), Natalie Sheehy (8-1), Hannah Gilbertson (8-0), Elizabeth Janiak (8-0) and Alex Conceicao (8-0) all cruised. Maalouf/Gilbertson (8-1), Nichols/Sheehy (8-2) and Janiak/Conceicao (8-1) followed suit in doubles.

DOVER 9, MERRIMACK 0

Rohan Sreenivasan played tough at No. 5 singles (8-4) for the 0-6 ‘Hawks, as did Jacob Horton at No. 6 (8-3).

Girls tennis

NASHUA SOUTH 7, SALEM 2

The Panthers are now 4-0 after singles wins by Kaitlin Fitzgibbons (9-8, 7-4, survived three match points), Meghana Avvaru (8-2), Shrijaa Mohan (8-6), Sarah Darbhamulla (9-7), and KatrinaTsao (8-2). Mohn/Abby Finchum (8-3) and Darbhamulla/Tsao (8-0) won in doubles.

MILFORD 6, SOUHEGAN 3

The Spartans (3-3) handed the Sabers their first loss (4-1), taking four singles and two doubles. Winners for Milford included Heather Hager (8-6), Sydney Kolasinski (8-4), Leslie MacGrth (8-3) and Elisabeth Roadcap (8-3). The doubles teams of Hager/Adrianna George (8-6) and Kolasinski/MacGrath (8-5) clinched it. Souhegan winners were Maddie Daniel at No. 2 (9-8, 7-4), Lily Hipp at No. 5 (8-6) and Hipp/Sarah Kayser at No. 3 doubles (8-4).

CONVAL 5,

HOLLIS BROOKLINE 4

The four-hour match came down to a 15-13 tiebreaker with HB’s Lia Eisenberg/ Hannah Escadon falling 9-8 at No. 2 doubles as ConVal swept that portion. Cavalier singles winners included Samantha Randlett (8-4), Eisenberg in another tiebreaker (9-8, 7-3), Lindsey Wood (8-5) and Samantha Morse (8-4).

DOVER 6, MERRIMACK 3

Liann Grosso (8-0) and Abby Fay (9-8, 7-5) were a one-two Tomahawk punch yet again and won at No. 1 doubles (8-0) for 0-5 Merrimack.

MONADNOCK 7,

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 2

The 0-5 Warriors were shorthanded but still played well, with Emma Krug at No. 1 singles (8-4) and Elizabeth Jacob at No. 2 (8-1) coming out on top. They lost two doubles matches by 9-7 and 8-6 counts.