High School Highlights: Nashua North, South baseball post wins


Nashua South 14, Salem 4

The Panthers (4-9) break a four game skid, winning in decisive fashion. Mason Matylewski led the offense with three hits, two RBIs and three runs including a home run.

Roe Hendrick added three hits, two RBIs and two runs. Dante Young (two RBIs, two runs), Chris Keefe (one hit, two runs) and Albert De La Rosa (one hit, one run, three RBIs).

Kyle Evans picked up the win giving up four hits, four runs, striking out four in four innings.

Nashua North 11, Trintiy 1

Varun Lingadal picks up the win for the Titans, allowing five hits and striking out four in six innings.

James Bolton crossed the plate three times, while Jafet Rodriguez and Trevor Kelly had two RBIs a piece. Jimmy Reel tallied his first varsity hit with a two RBI single.

Lingadal and Hector Rodriguez each contributed two runs and a RBI.

Souhegan 5,

Pelham 3

The Sabers (5-6) move up the win column in a rain shortened contest. Daniel Trzepacz (RBI) and Sam Corbett (RBI) showed their quick feet stealing three and two bases respectively.

Kyan Bagshaw secured his first varsity hit and contributed three runs. Jacob Grassett struck out seven in five innings for the win.

Hollis Brookline 14,

Kearsarge 5

Grant Snyder took charge making the most of his at bats, with three RBIs and three runs for the Cavaliers (10-1).

Henri Boudreau (three RBIs) and Max Mello (two RBIs) each knocked one over the fence.

Bedford 6, Alvirne 5

The Broncos (5-8) were edged just as the rain came, in the shortened contest. Alex Boulay led Alvirne with two hits. Nick Jacques and Ryan Santos each had two RBI hits, to give the Broncos a 5-3 lead going into the fifth.

Concord 7,

Bishop Guertin 5

After a hot start the Cardinals (12-3) have now lost three of their last four games.

Leading the offense was Brett Anderson (two doubles, one run, one RBI), Sam Boudreau (one run, two RBIs) and Alex George (one run, one RBI).

Noah Therrien took the loss allowing six runs on six hits in five innings.

Sunapee 7,

Wilton-Lyndeborough 2

The Warriors (9-3) took a tough loss on the road Monday night. Neal Brennan hit a RBI single to take an early lead, before the Lakers took control.


Merrimack 3,

Manchester Central 1

Emma Chamberlain went the distance giving up three hits and striking out two in the Tomahawks (7-5) win.

Brenna Davenport had a hot bat hitting two doubles including her 100th career hit. Jess Trahan added a RBI and a run, with Ashley Turcott hitting a RBI double.

Bedford 7, Alvirne 6

Despite the tough loss, the Broncos (6-8) saw Kiara Chase hit for a grand slam and four RBIs.

Alicia Salvalzo and Alexis Charbonneau each had a RBI.

Campbell 15,

Prospect Mountain 2

The Cougars (11-0) once again show their offensive prowess, with another high run output.

Meghan Gibbons had two doubles and a single, Alex Robert (three hits), Chloe Steiniger (three hits), Emily Gamache (two hits) and Riley Gamache (two hits) took charge in the box.

Maddie Davis got the win striking out seven and giving up two hits.

Milford 12,

Merrimack Valley 8

The Spartans (11-0) stay perfect after knocking in 17 hits on the day. After scoring six runs in the second inning, both teams went back and forth, until Milford scored five in the fourth to open up the game.

Jenna DeAngelis picked up her 11th win, while striking out eight. Raven Comtois (two runs), Amanda Atkinson (four RBIs) and Ally Fortin (two runs scored) to help out the offense.

DeAngelis and Abby Stillwagon had two hits and two RBIs a piece, while Abby Sites knocked in three RBIs.

Souhegan 9, Pelham 0

The Sabers (8-2) Cameron Whitney struck out eight and blanked the Pythons. Jenna Speer got the Souhegan on the board with a two run double and Carrie Speer mirrored with another two run double.

Ava Vanballegooyen hit a two run home run in the sixth, putting the game out of reach.


Bishop Guertin 3,

Mascenic 2

The Cardinals improve 7-5 beating Mascenic by the scores of 25-18, 16-25, 25-22, 16-25, 17-15.

Joe Noon had a game for the ages tallying a phenomenal 21 kills, seven blocks and three aces.

Chris Barillas played great as well adding 30 assists and nine digs, while Victor Martinez had eight digs and six kills.

Girls tennis



The Cards took five of six singles to stay unbeaten (11-0), with wins by Amy Maalouf (8-0), Katelyn Nichols (8-2), Natalie Sheehy (8-0), Hannah Gilbertson (8-3) and Liz Janiak (8-0).

The doubles teams of Maalouf/Gilbertson (8-0) and Nichols/Sheehy (8-1) won before rain washed out the third doubles.



The Panthers are 10-1 after an impressive win, with singles victories by Kaitlin Fitzgibbons (8-0), Meghana Avvaru (8-0), Priva Shokeen (8-1), Shrijaa Mohan (8-1), Abby Finchum (8-3) and Kavya Phadke (8-4).

It was the same story in doubles with wins by Fitzbiggons/Avvaru (8-1), Shokeen/Mohan (8-0) and Finchum/Phadke (8-1).



The Titans were never in this one at the hands of the unbeaten Bulldogs , falling to 3-9 after a fourth straight defeat.

North hosts Keene on Wednesday.



Another power, the Cougars, flexed their muscles as the Broncos (5-6) won just four games the entire match, one each by Sarah Ruigrok, Ellie Oching, and the doubles teams of Sarah Yi/Ruigrok and Oching/Olivia Cakounes.



The Tomahawks (5-6) have now won five straight after losing their first six. They won five singles and a doubles match, with the rest rained out.

Singles winners were Liann Grosso (8-0), Abby Fay (8-1), Alyssa Jones (8-4), Mady Curran (8-3), and Vitalia Brock (8-2).

The doubles team of Grosso/Fay won as well, 8-2.



The Cavs (3-10) managed just a win at No. 3 singles by Lia Heisenberg (8-5). Lindsey Wood lost a tough one at No. 4 singles (9-8, 7-5) and the No. 3 doubles team of Hannah Escadon/Natasha Ferro also lost a 9-8, 7-5 match.

HB winds up its season Wednesday at Pelham.

Boys tennis



The Panthers are now 7-3 with a clean sweep.

Singles wins were by Amol Khanna (8-3), Rohan Kumar (8-0), Anis Kammila (8-1), Matt Beaudette (8-1), Sahith Kaki (8-1) and George Eid (8-0).

The teams of Khanna/Kumar (8-3), Kammila/Beaudette (8-0) and Suhaas Katikaneni/Akhil Kammila (8-6) were also victorious.

South hosts North today in a Battle of the Bridge match.



The Titans (3-8) were no match for the unbeaten Bulldogs, with the closes match an 8-3 loss at No. 2 doubles by Murray Mahoney and Zach Rowe.