High Schools

Hollis Brookline blasts Laconia, 12-5

Ryan Papineau had five goals and two assists while Pat Dunn added four goals and two assists as the Cavaliers improved to 9-0 in Division III. Also scoring for the Cavs: Zach Nardone one goal, two assists; Sam Whitaker one goal, two assists. Ben Lombardi, one goal. Logan Blake had to only ...

Souhegan routs Goffstown, 16-6

Hannah Cochran tossed six innings of six hit ball, allowing six runs, while striking out five, walking five, but she helped her own cause with a two-run homer. Also leading the way at the plate for the 6-4 Sabers were Avrie Davis (grand slam) and Lauren McCormick (three-run homer). ...

Memorial rallies past North, 11-10

The Titans (2-10) lost leads of 8-1 and then 10-8 in the seventh to allow the Crusaders to get their first win of the season in a game where the two teams combined for 21 errors. North’s Sarah Odierno took lthe loss, striking out four while walking five over seven innings. Aly Fortin ...

Souhegan eases past North

The Sabers improved to 7-4 led by Mitch Hale’s six goals and one assist and Mack Walker’s three goals and two assists. Blake Burnley (two goals, one assist), Brendan Cray (one goal, two assists), Zach Bossi and Wils Ezequelle (one goal each), Joe Nutting (two assists) and ...

Panthers fall to Exeter, 11-3

Nashua South dropped to 1-11 after allowing eight unearned runs. Sam Goy went the distance, giving up all 11 runs on 13 hits with three strikeouts and two walks. Jazzy Perez (two-run double) and Teddi Kramer (2 for 4, one RBI) led the way offensively while Ashley Bentley got her first hit of ...

Hollis Brookline falls to Sanborn,6-2

The Cavaliers dropped to 5-5 despite the efforts of Ashley Skey, who hit two solo home runs but took the pitching loss after allowing six runs (five earned) on 12 hits. Steph Buchanan went 2 for 3 with a double and played well defensively.

Martin helps Wilton-Lyndeborough edge Newmarket, 2-1

The Warriors evened their record at 4-4 as Pat Martin checked the Mules on two hits, striking out nine while walking four and also delivering an RBI double. Kyle Pratt scored Wilton’s other run on a passed ball while infielder Peter Bickerton made six putouts.

BG tops Timberlane, 8-4

The Cardinals (8-4) pounded 10 hits, led by Tim Donovan, who went 3 for 4 with an RBI and two runs scored. Shane Nowak had an RBI double, scored two runs and stole two bases while Jason Ferlan went 2 for 3 with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored. Andrew Williams picked up the win for the ...

Bishop Guertin rolls past Portsmouth, 17-5

Kristin Cameron had five goals and an assist with five ground ball pickups while Averi Farhat had four goals, an assist and caused three turnovers as the Cards improved to 10-1 in Division II. Others in the Guertin scoring column were Kyra Lowenberg and Katherine Lambert (two goals and an ...

Nashua South pounds Memorial, 19-2

Steve Saucier (four goals, four assists), Russell Applegate (four goals, two assists) and Shane Puleo (three goals) paced the 3-7 Panthers’ rout, Other South scorers included Max Ferra and Zach Anvel (two goals, one assist each); Andrew Decaderet, Josh Perry, Collin Morrow, and Cam ...

Nashua South tops Dover, 8-1

The Panthers cruised to improve to 8-2, sweeping singles with Micaela Baney (8-0), Samantha Baney (8-0), Sarah Drake (9-8), Victoria Ziolek (8-1), Sarah Allison (8-4) and Tina Ta (8-4) the winners. The doubles teams of Drake/Katelyn Griswold (8-1) and Ziolek/Allison (8-2) also triumphed.

Contant tops shorthanded Wilton, 8-1

The Warriors had only five players due to family committments and illness, defaulting at No. 6 singles and No. 3 doubles. Maddy Bacon picked up Wilton-Lyndeborough’s only win, 8-4 at No. 1 singles, staying undefeated on the spring at 9-0.

St. Thomas blanks Milford, 9-0

The Spartans dropped to 1-8 despite a good effort from Jared Blanc, who led most of his match but eventually bowed 8-6 at No. 6 singles. The No. 3 doubles team of Mitchell Lepine and Mark Boyd played well but fell 8-4.

Wilton-Lyndeborough shuts down Newmarket

WILTON – There was never any doubt the Wilton-Lyndeborough High School softball team was going to handle Newmarket on Monday, but the end result left coach Denny Claire unsatisfied. The Warriors remained undefeated for the season (9-0) with a 5-0 win over Newmarket behind a strong ...

Nashua North pulls out win over Bishop Guertin

Nashua North 5, Bishop Guertin 4 The Titans won two of three doubles matches to snap a 3-3 tie and knock off the Cardinals in a Division I match. North’s Jacob Arikian and Sam Kluger defeated Brian Xiao and Rishi Yemme 8-2 in the No. 1 match, while North’s Zachariah Fahsi ...

Milford beats Trinity to snap skid

Milford 13, Trinity 0 The Spartans snapped a four-game losing streak with a shutout of the Pioneers. Julia Mazzeo led the offense, going 3 for 4 with a home run and three RBIs, while Katherine Paul also drove in three runs and Beth Brewer was 1 for 2 with two runs scored. Erin Tyrrell got the ...

Milford comes from behind to beat Windham

Milford 7, Windham 6 (8 innings) The Spartans rallied to tie the game in the seventh and scored twice in the eighth before holding off the Jaguars in the bottom of the inning to improve to 7-2 in Division II. Mason Gaudette pitched all eight innings, allowing six runs on 10 hits while ...

Hollis Brookline tops Sanborn, 8-1

The Cavaliers improved to 8-2 as Cam LaFleur (2 for 2), Shea Whalen (1 for 2) and Cam Crystal (first varsity hit) paced the offense. Tommy Grant picked up the win with one hit allowed and five strikeouts over four innings. Ryan Buckley and Hugh Devlin pitched well in relief.

Bishop Guertin cruises past Timberlane

Kristina Terrazzano tossed a three-hitter for the 8-2 Cardinals, walking two while striking out one, facing 17 batters. Offensively, Guertin was led by Holly Kathios (3 for 4, double, two RBIs, two stolen bases and a run scored), Leah Perez, (2 for 3, RBI, run), Tori Dubois (2 for 4, double, ...

Goffstown tops Souhegan, 5-2

The Sabers got only four hits and dropped to 3-7 despite the complete game pitching of Seth Learned (one earned run, four strikeouts, one walk) and the defense of Steve Upton in center field (two great catches). Learned, Upton, Ian Towle and August Darula each had a hit. Goffstown improved to ...