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  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom


    Bishop Guertin pitcher Cody Gilchrist winds up against a Panthers batter during a baseball game Monday, May 9, 2011, at Nashua High School South.
  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom


    Panthers pitcher Jim Faso winds up against a Bishop Guertin batter during a baseball game Monday, May 9, 2011, at Nashua High School South.
  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom


    Panthers first baseman Jim Buckley makes an awkward catch as he stretches for the ball to put out Bishop Guertin's Al McQuarrie on a bunt during a baseball game Monday, May 9, 2011, at Nashua High School South.
  • Staff photo by Bob Hammerstrom


    Cardinals joe McCarthy, left, is congratulated by teammate Tim Lunn as he crosses the plate after hitting a homerun during a baseball game Monday, May 9, 2011, at Nashua High School South. Bishop Guertin defeated South 1-0.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011

High school Monday action sports roundup

Softball

Alvirne 11, Timberlane 0

The Broncos won their ninth straight on the back of Jess Underwood, who struck out nine and allowed only four hits in a complete game performance. Underwood also had two hits at the plate along with Chelsey Drew, Katie Donovan, Brooke Kennedy and Mikayla Powlowsky. Taylor Carbone and Delaney Burns each had three hits apiece for Alvirne, raising its record to 11-2 on the year.

Campbell 13, Farmington 0

Julia Nolan tossed a one-hitter, striking out 12, while getting two hits and driving in two runs as the Cougars improved to 8-1. Chelsea Caynon went 3 for 4 with two doubles and four RBIs, while JulieAnne Fernandez had three hits and an RBI.

Bishop Guertin 7,

Nashua South 6 (nine innings)

Kenzie Marr scored the game-winner on a hit by Abigail Crane in the ninth as the Cards improved to 6-5. Jacklyn Dubois hit a two-run homer and a double while Lauren Bingham allowed seven hits, with a walk and a strikeout. Sarah Peterman pitched nine innings for the Panthers, scattering seven hits while striking out three and walking one and allowing only two earned runs. Sami Durkee, Shaylyn Freitas, Erika Belair and Julianne MacDonald each had two hits in the loss for South (4-6).

Merrimack 7,

Manchester Memorial 6

Trailing 6-0 through five innings, the Tomahawks stormed back, with Caylyn Trotter bringing home Bri Demers to put Merrimack ahead for good. Demers had three hits on the day while Trotter and Jess Lavoie each had a pair of hits as the Tomahawks rose to 5-6.

Hollis/Brookline 7, St. Thomas 1

The Cavaliers (7-1) remain one of the best in Division II as Kristin Bergin went 3 for 4 with a double and a triple while pitching a complete game and striking out five. Kaitlyn Sliger also contributed two RBIs.

Souhegan 6, Milford 2

The Sabers (5-2) claimed local bragging rights with Angela Mukai leading the way, striking out six on the mound and hitting a home run. Cori Sousa also had two RBI in the sixth, following Jackie Kaswell’s homer for the Spartans (2-7) earlier in the inning.

Boys Tennis

Bishop Guertin 7,

Nashua South 2

Frank Delpizzo, Andrew Xiao, Chris Prothro, and Anthony Delpizzo all won at singles and doubles as the Cardinals (9-1) cruised. Korey Juback also won for BG, while South (3-8) got wins from Ben Stewart and the doubles team of Ethan Karbassi and Mike Hirsch.

Hollis/Brookline 5, Pelham 4

After losing the top three games in singles, the Cavaliers rallied with singles wins by Ryan Connell, Sam Mangano, and Gaetan Ciot and doubles wins by Connell and Jonathan Gual and Mangano and Ciot to improve to 6-3. Matt Kozsan lost a heartbreaker at second singles, falling to Jared Taylor 9-8 (7-1).

Souhegan 6, Windham 3.

Nick Poulack, Matt Protzmann, David Monleon, and Ben Bacher all won at singles for the Sabers (6-5), while Poulack and Nate Redington won at first doubles and Bacher joined Jason Emmond for a victory at No. 3.

GIRLS TENNIS

Londonderry 9, Nashua South 0

Elizabeth Taper gave the Lancers their toughest battles of the day, both at sixth singles and at first doubles with Annika Kossayda, but the Panthers dropped to 0-7 with the loss.

Alvirne 7, Timberlane 2

The Broncos (6-1) swept singles behind Nicole Wilcox, Deanna Trearchis, Kate Martin, Yashaswani Muparthi, Lahari Venuthurupalli, and Cheyenne Tessier, while Martin and Muparthi also won at second doubles.

Souhegan 7, Windham 2

Top singles player Emily Parrett won tough battles at singles (8-6) and doubles (9-7 with partner Maeve Morgan) to lead the Sabers (5-4). Emily Hagen, Lindsay Moss, and Lizzy Callahan also won singles matches, while Hagen teamed with Sara Noble and Moss teamed with Callahan to sweep doubles.

Hollis/Brookline 8, Pelham 1

Naomi Jefferson, Sam Razzaboni, and Caroline Barrett all won at singles and doubles for the Cavaliers, who also got singles wins from Kelsey Tulley and Lauren Guetling.

Boys Lacrosse

Kearsarge 14, Hollis/Brookline 8

Kearsarge leapt into sole possession of first place in Division III as the Cavaliers took their first loss of the year. Trevor Kerkhoff had a hat trick and Matt Vermani had two goals for Hollis/Brookline while Alvaro Guzman saved 11 shots. The loss puts the Cavs at 7-1, half a game behind Derryfield and one game behind Kearsarge in the standings.

Bishop Guertin 14,

Nashua South 3

Paul Spinney had three goals and an assist while Matt Thistle added two goals and two assists as the Cardinals (8-0 in Division I) cruised. Luke Roever added a goal with three assists, while Peter Fucci and Tom Vailas each had a pair of goals. Nick Cooke, John Callahan (with an assist), Brian Donaghy and John Miller each had single goals. Erik Kelly and Hunter Allen each had two assists. For South (3-5), Dan Auger had a goal and an assist while Brad Radin and Cam Anzel each had a goal and Pat Goff added an assist. Jonah Soucy had a busy 16 saves for the Panthers, while Tom Van Dalsum (five saves) and Colin Delea (four) shared the net for BG.

Plymouth 10, Milford 2

Jack Betelak and Wes Walker scored for the Spartans, who fell to 0-8. Scott Audette had eight saves in goal for Milford.

Merrimack 16, Bishop Brady 6

Merrimack earned its first divisional win of the season as junior attackman David Downie had a career high five goals and one assist while senior Kyle Doyon had four goals and three assists. Chad Nevers found the back of the net three times with one assist while Jim Bigwood had two goals and an assist. Rounding out the scoring were Mike Bomberg and Brandon Corbo (three assists) with a goal apiece. Jake Serrentino, Mac Martin, and Stefan Galvin also played well.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Central 24, North 18

Ellie Shuman scored nine goals and Maddie Cody had five for North (1-7), but it couldn’t match Central’s firepower. Kara Upton, Kaylee Murray, Jenn Coletta, and Chloe Hennessy each scored individual goals for the Titans, while Tori Shattuck had nine saves in net.

Baseball

Nashua North 10, Londonderry 0

The Titans stymied the Lancers due in large part to the hurling of Matt Lipkind, who limited Londonderry batters to two hits in five innings of work. Adam Leith and Brandon Karkhanis each went 2 for 3 with a pair of RBI each for North, now 9-1.

Bishop Guertin 1,

Nashua South 0

A home run from Joe McCarthy proved to be the difference as the Cards improved to 7-4. Both pitchers went the distance and both had four Ks and two walks as Bishop Guertin’s Cody Gilchrist allowed three hits and South’s Jim Faso allowed six. The Panthers dropped to 4-7.

Campbell 17, Farmington 4

The Cougars put on a hitting clinic on the seacoast, as Cullan Baker and Jackson Musco each had three hits and Christian Bourgea, Cody Caron and Chuck Neild all had two-hit days. Baker also shut down Farmington on the mound, striking out five in Campbell’s sixth win of the year.

Merrimack 7,

Manchester Memorial 2

Spencer Damon was masterful for the Tomahawks, striking out 10 while allowing only four hits and no walks in the complete game performance. At the plate, Patrick Parker had three hits while Jackson King and Andrew Pineau each had two hits as Merrimack climbed to 8-3.

Timberlane 9, Alvirne 3

It was a difficult day in Hudson, but a few Broncos shined at the plate. Adam Delli had a pair of hits and an RBI and Ethan Hurley pitched in his own RBI off a triple while Dave Coleman contributed a hit, a walk and a run for Alvirne (3-9).

St. Thomas 2, Hollis/Brookine 0

Mike Case was the hard-luck losing pitcher for the Cavaliers, yielding just three hits and striking out three. The Cavs (5-4) actually outhit St. Thomas, with Case, Mitch Frick, Jeremy Heard, and Tim Renckens all singling.

Souhegan 14, Milford 8

Tyler Manoogian had three hits and three RBIs while Bobby Graham and Zack Polio each had two hits (and Polio two RBIs). Graham got the win on the mound, and Polio the save, as he entered the game with the score 9-8. Every batter in the lineup had a hit for the Sabers (5-3). Nick Webster took the loss for the Spartans while Joe Pellitteri had a double for Milford (3-6)

schedule

Today

BOYS TENNIS

Oyster River at Milford, 4 p.m.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Hollis/Brookline at Oyster River, 5 p.m.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Manchester Central at Souhegan, 5:30 p.m.

Nashua North at Exeter, TBA

Nashua South at Pinkerton, 5 p.m.

GIRLS TENNIS

Milford at Oyster River, 4:15 p.m.

TRACK

Alvirne at Concord, 4 p.m.

Bishop Guertin at Merrimack, 4 p.m.

Campbell at Inter-Lakes, 4 p.m.

Laconia at Hollis/Brookline, 4 p.m.

Merrimack at Bishop Guertin, 4 p.m.

Nashua North at Nashua South, 4 p.m.

Souhegan at Portsmouth, 4 p.m.

Wednesday

BASEBALL

Alvirne at Merrimack, 4:30 p.m.

Conant at Campbell, 4:30 p.m.

Londonderry at Bishop Guertin, 4 p.m.

at Holman Stadium

Milford at Bedford, 4:15 p.m.

Nashua South at Exeter, TBA

Pelham at Hollis/Brookline, 4:15 p.m.

Souhegan at Portsmouth, 6 p.m.

Spaulding at Nashua North, 4 p.m.

Wilton-Lyndeborough at Newmarket,

4:30 p.m.

BOYS LACROSSE

Keene at Souhegan, 6:30 p.m.

Merrimack at Goffstown, 4 p.m.

Stevens at Hollis/Brookline, 4:30 p.m.

Trinity at Milford

BOYS TENNIS

Alvirne at Merrimack, 4 p.m.

Londonderry at Bishop Guertin, 4 p.m.

Nashua South at Exeter, 4 p.m.

Portsmouth at Souhegan, 4 p.m.

Spaulding at Nashua North, 4 p.m.

Trinity at Hollis/Brookline, 4 p.m.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Bishop Guertin at Bow, 4 p.m.

Manchester Memorial at Hollis/Brookline, 4 p.m.

Winnacunnet at Merrimack, 4 p.m.

GIRLS TENNIS

Bishop Guertin at Londonderry, 4 p.m.

Exeter at Nashua South, 4 p.m.

Hollis/Brookline at Trinity, 4 p.m.

Merrimack at Alvirne, 4 p.m.

Nashua North at Spaulding, 4 p.m.

Souhegan at Portsmouth, 4 p.m.

SOFTBALL

Bishop Guertin at Londonderry, 4 p.m.

Conant at Campbell, 4:30 p.m.

Exeter at Nashua South, 4 p.m.

Merrimack at Alvirne, 4 p.m.

Milford at Bedford, 4:15 p.m.

Nashua North at Spaulding, 7 p.m.

Pelham at Hollis/Brookline, 4:15 p.m.

Souhegan at Trinity, 4 p.m.

Wilton-Lyndeborough at Newmarket,

4:30 p.m.

Thursday

BASEBALL

Bishop Guertin at Spaulding, 7 p.m.

BOYS LACROSSE

Bishop Guertin at Salem, 4 p.m.

Nashua South at Manchester Memorial,

4 p.m.

Pinkerton at Nashua North, 4 p.m.

BOYS TENNIS

Wilton-Lyndeborough at Bow, 4 p.m.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Hanover at Merrimack, 4 p.m.

GIRLS TENNIS

Bow at Wilton-Lyndeborough, 4 p.m.

Hollis/Brookline at Windham, 4:15 p.m.