High Schools

Hollis Brookline capitalizes in win over Souhegan

Hollis Brookline 8, Souhegan 1 Cam LaFlure helped the Cavaliers open with a win both on the mound and at the plate. LaFlure pitched five innings to get the win, striking out 12 and walking one, and the senior was also 2 for 3 at the plate with two walks and three steals. Austin Pigott was ...

Souhegan cruises past Nashua South

Souhegan 15, Nashua South 6 The Sabers exploded for seven goals in the second quarter, as they rolled past the Panthers in the Division I opener for both teams. Mitch Hale led the way for Souhegan with six goals while Mack Walker (three assists), Joe Nutting (assist) and Blake Burnley also ...

Campbell crushed Raymond

Campbell 12, Raymond 0 (six innings) Olivia Martinage pitched a complete game for the Cougars, striking out nine while scattering three hits, and she also went 2 for 3 with two RBIs at the plate. Megan Coughlin had four singles and also drove in three runs for Campbell and Gina Cataldo was 2 ...

Williams, Bishop Guertin shut out Bedford

Bishop Guertin 2, Bedford 0 Andrew Williams pitched six shutout innings to help lead the Cardinals to an opening-day win over the Bulldogs in Bedford. Williams allowed four hits and a walk while striking out five to get the win, while Quinn DiPasquale picked up the save by pitching the ...

Sabers cruise past Cavs, 18-3

Mickenzie Larivee (one assist) and Katie Almieda each had four goals to lead Souhegan over Hollis Brookline. Madison Learned (three goals, three assists), Jesse Jay (two goals, three assists), Jocelyn Donohue (two goals), Olivia Durling (goal, two assists), Kate Bermingham and Emma Estabrook ...

Nashua North falls to Exeter in extra innings

Exeter 1, Nashua North 0 (11 innings) Tommy Hyland was the losing pitcher, going four innings in relief and allowing an unearned run in the 11th. Zach Smith started the game for the Titans, striking out 10 in six innings while allowing just two hits. Hyland finished with five strikeouts and ...

Bishop Guertin falls to Keene

Keene 7, Bishop Guertin 2 The Cardinals fell to 1-3 on the season with a loss to the Blackbirds. Rishi Yemme had the lone singles win for Bishop Guertin, taking the No. 3 match 8-3 over Keene’s Patrick Hamill. Jason Lutcza and Ryan Montbleau won the No. 2 doubles match over Hamill ...

South opens win 13-11 win over Memorial

Maddie Coughlin had five goals as the Panthers started the season on a good note. Tori Kane and Abby Guilfoil had two goals each while Ashley Eppilioto (goal, assist), Jenny Halloran, Alyssa Freeman and Cate Connolly (one goal each) also chipped in. Cara McKenzie had 10 saves in goal while ...

Warriors top Stevens, 7-2

Wilton-Lyndeborough took five of six singles matches to pick up the win. Maddie Bcon (8-2), Taylor Webb (8-6), Chelsea Barnes (8-4), Etta Popek (8-3), Suzie Lemire (8-0) all prevailed. The doubles teams of Bacon/Barnes (8-1) and Webb/Popek (8-3) also triumphed.

Merrimack edges Portsmouth, 13-10

Jenny Mulligan (an assist), Courtney Duffy (two assists) and Callie Dwyer (an assist) each had three goals as the Tomahawks held on in their season opener. Dana Mendes (two goals, two assists), Samantha Anderson (goal, assist) and Amber Olson (goal) helped out offensively as well. Ally Lowry ...

Central nips Alvirne, 3-2

The Broncos (0-1) took an early 2-0 lead but couldn’t hold on. Nichole Teague tossed seven innings, allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits while walking six and striking out nine. Sara Siteman (2 for 3 with a triple and an RBI) and Teague (bunt single, run scored) led the ...

South bests Merrimack, 9-0

The Panthers improved to 3-0 with singles wins by Katelyn Griswold (8-2), Micaela Baney (8-0), Tina Ta (8-0),Sarah Drake (8-3), Victoria Ziolek (8-1), and Sarah Allison (8-3). Doubles wins were by Griswold/Ta (8-5), Baney/Samantha Harden (8-1), and Ziolek/Allison (8-2).

Cavs coast past Con-Val, 9-0

Hollis Brookline was hardly challenged, with singles wins by Lian Tumas (9-7), Nicole Hall (8-2), Teresa Randlett (8-2), Lizzy Davis (8-2), Courtney Koran (8-3) and Audra Paradie (8-3). The doubles teams of Tumas/Hall (8-5), Randleett/Davis (8-2) and Koran/Paradie (8-3) also cruised.

Sabers open outdoor track season with clean sweep of competition

A few rain drops did not spoil the season opener for Souhegan High School outdoor track and field teams Friday. Ben DeForest and Eli Moskowitz were double winners for the Sabers with DeForest running and leaping his way to first in the high hurdles (14.7 seconds) and high jump (6 fee, 2 ...

Nashua North boys track team still running strong

The Nashua North boys track team has to be confident entering the 2014 outdoor season. The majority of the team returns after last year’s undefeated, Division I championship season. That extra year of experience could go a long away in the Titans’ quest to become the first ...

Doubles sweep locks up win for Hollis Brookline girls

Nicole Hall (No. 2, 8-4 victory), Teresa Randlett (No. 3, 8-1) and Lizzy Davis (No. 4, 8-6) recorded singles wins for Hollis Brookline, which then swept the doubles matches for a 6-3 win over Coe-Brown on Friday. The doubles pairings of Lian Tumas/Hall, Randlett/Davis and Courtney Koran/Audra ...

South boys shut out by Concord

Kaushil Patel, Branden Stempler, Sam McIntyre, Brian Barrows, Kunal Shah and Craig Freeman all put together strong efforts only to come out on the short end of their respective singles and doubles matches in Nashua South’s 9-0 loss to Concord.

Bishop Guertin boys fall 7-2 in Exeter

Brian Xiao won his first singles match 8-6 and Ryan Montbleau beat his No. 4 opponent 8-2, but those were the only bright spots of the day for Bishop Guertin in a 7-2 road loss at Exeter. John Krapian gave a valiant effort for the Cardinals, dropping his No. 6 singles match 8-6, while ...