Hall’s late goal powers Souhegan lax win
Souhegan 9, Timberlane 8
Tyler Hall (three goals) scored the game winning goal with under 30 seconds to play, to give the Sabers (8-5) their fourth straight victory. Nick Jordan led the offense with four goal and two assists. Curtis Redd and Will Boyle scored one goal each, while John Lohnes made 13 saves between the pipes. Souhegan visits Portsmouth on Monday.
Nashua South 7
The Panthers (6-11) gave up a 6-0 lead to the Warriors, in their first game of a double header. Roy Santiago hit in two runners and Braden McDonnell was a perfect 3 for 3 at the plate. South visits Bedford on Monday.
Nashua South 8,
Manchester Memorial 1
The Panthers close out the season with a win and an 11-3 record. Singles wins came from Amol Khanna (8-3), Rohan Kumar (8-3), Anish Kammila (8-1), Sahith Kaki (8-1) and Ashok Arun (8-2). South swept doubles with wins from Khanna/Kumar (8-3), Kammila/Matthew Beaudette (8-0) and Arun/Anish Mukherjee (8-2).
Hollis Brookline 5,
The Cavaliers finished the regular season 14-0 as they concluded a rain-shortened match. Winning for Hollis Brookline were Nic Vahe (8-4), Darius Paredis (8-4), Alex Anghel (8-4) and Cole Lorig (8-0). The Jaguars forfeited doubles at No.1 and the match concluded. Hollis Brookline will host a first round playoff at Manchester West on Tuesday against an opponent to be determined.
Bishop Guertin 0
The Cardinals (7-7) had nothing to compete with the undefeated Bulldogs. Ryan Wallet had a close match 4-8 at No.4 singles.
BISHOP GUERTIN 1
The Bulldogs clinched the No. 1 spot in the Division I tournament, improving to 14-0 while BG ended up 13-1.
The host Cardinals did play some competitive maches, however, as Katelyn Nichols fell 9-7 at No. 2, Natalie Sheehy and Hannah Gilbertson both lost 8-6 at Nos. 3 and 4, and Elizabeth Janiak fell 8-5 at No. 5. Those were also the scores at No. 1 and 2 doubles.
“We felt there were some matches that could have gone either way,” Cards coach Barry Ndinya said.
BG will host a quarterfinal match next Wednesday.
Track and Field
The Spartans boys finished fifth with 33 points and the girls placed third with 41 total points. Samantha Sullivan, Rachel Gizzonio, Sarah Sawyer and Renee Wilson won the 4×100 with a time of 53.45 seconds. Lauren Robinson, Olivia Vogel, Leslie MacGrath and Wilson won the 4×400 (4:30.43). Robinson went on to win the 3200 at a pace of 11:11.71. Caleb Korthals won the 800 at 2:04.27 and Victor Garcia was third in the 200 (24.02). Nathan Pettingel, Darrion Kimball, Connor Hawkins and Reggie Harwick were third in the 4×100 (47.53).
The Warriors struggled finishing in eleventh in boys and ninth in girls. Sam Boette picked up two wins on the day, winning the 100 (13.37) and the 200 (28.11).