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Bishop Guertin defender Blake Boudreau tries to knock the ball away of Astros Matt Madden during a rival lacrosse game Monday, May 16, 2011, at PInkerton Academy in Derry.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011

High School Highlights


Portsmouth 10, Bishop Guertin 8

The Clippers remained undefeated on the season by handing the Cardinals (7-3) their third loss in Division II. Nicole Pettiglio led the way for Bishop Guertin with four goals while Callie Santos had two goals and two assists and Allie Solms had a goal and three assists. Caley Prunier added a goal and Kayla Lambert made 12 saves.

Londonderry 11, Souhegan 9

In a clash of two Division I heavyweights, the Sabers (11-2) fell to the Lancers (11-0) despite a three-goal, one-assist performance by Mickenzie Larivee and a two-goal, two-assist day from Meggie Whitney. Jocelyn Donohue added two goals, Jesse Jay had a goal and an assist, and Maggie McNary scored once, while Alexa Katsigianis had eight saves in goal.


Pinkerton Academy 8,Bishop Guertin 7

The Cardinals led 3-0 early and 6-3 early in the second half, but Pinkerton (12-0) scored twice in the final 88 seconds, including Connor McCarthy’s game-winner with just 58 seconds left, to stay unbeaten.

Casey Burnett and Matt Thistle each had a pair of goals for the Cardinals, who got single goals from Peter Fucci, Erik Kelly and Brody Smith. Colin Delea had an outstanding game in goal for BG, now 9-1 in-state and 9-6 overall.

Nashua North 11, Concord 10

Matt Waterson scored with 20 seconds left in the game to give the Titans (2-7 in Division I) the win. Austin Bauer added four goals and PJ Duffy had two goals for North while Marc Lavine had a goal and two assists. Spencer Rancourt made 17 saves and Tim Croteau played well defensively.

Nashua South 12, Exeter 11 (3 OT)

Pat Goff and Jonah Soucy were the heroes as the Panthers moved to 6-5 with the three-overtime win. Goff’s third goal ended the game in sudden death, while Soucy had an astounding 26 saves for the winners. Michael O’Connell also had three goals, while James Halloran had two, Matt Lilley had one goal and two assists, Matt Auger, Dan Auger, and Brad Radin each scored single goals, and Johnny Bieren had an assist.


Nashua South 2, Trinity 0

The Panthers vaulted over the .500 mark at 8-7 as Jim Faso tossed a complete game, striking out six while walking one. He allowed eight hits, only one for extra bases, and his defense turned two big double plays. Offensively, South scored both runs in the first inning as Ryan Gendron led off the game with a homer while Frank Guarino smacked an RBI double.

Milford 7, Kearsarge 3

The Spartans continued their late-season surge, improving to 5-7 behind three pitchers and the hitting of Matt Scott (two hits), Logan Danforth (two hits, two RBI), and Brett Stagnone (home run, two RBI). Sean Stroehlein picked up the win, pitching the first three innings and striking out three, while Danforth struck out four in the next three innings and Nick Webster struck out two in the seventh inning.

Concord 11, Bishop Guertin 1

Tim Lunn knocked in the Cardinals’ lone run with a single, one of only two Bishop Guertin hits of the game. Dennis Abelleira had the other single for BG (9-5).


Campbell 12, Hopkinton 2 (5 innings)

Julia Nolan recorded her 500th career strikeout in picking up the win with just three innings of work, striking out nine overall. Chelsea Caynon hit a two-run home and Julia Marra smacked a three-run triple to highlight a seven-hit attack for the 12-1 Cougars. Allie Nolan pitched the final two frames in relief of her sister.

Bishop Guertin 3, Concord 1

Lauren Bingham went the distance for the Cardinals, striking out seven while issuing just one walk. Jess Lemos’ double capped a two-run second inning providing Bishop Guertin (7-7) with all the offense it would need. Jacklyn Dubois had a single and a double, and Kenzie McCabe doubled off the fence and scored a run. Laura Robertson and Stacie Cornell scored the other BG runs.



Bedford at Souhegan, ppd to May 26

Keene at Merrimack, ppd to May 24

Pinkerton at North, TBA

Sunapee at Wilton-Lyndeborough, ppd to today


Bedford at Milford, ppd to Thursday

BG at Concord, ppd to Saturday

H/B at Souhegan, TBA

Keene at Merrimack, ppd to Wednesday

Pinkerton at North, ppd to Wednesday


Concord at BG, ppd to Saturday

Merrimack at Keene, ppd to today

Milford at Bedford, ppd to Thursday

North at Pinkerton, ppd to Saturday

Souhegan at H/B, TBA

Sanborn at Wilton-Lyndeborough, ppd to Thursday


Bedford at Souhegan, ppd to May 26

Merrimack at Keene, ppd to May 24

Sunapee at Wilton-Lyndeborough, ppd to today



Bishop Guertin at Pinkerton, 4 p.m.

Sunapee at Wilton-Lyndeborough, 4:30 p.m.


Laconia at Hollis/Brookline, 4 p.m.

Merrimack at Manchester West, 4:15 p.m.

Milford at Monadnock, 4 p.m.


Merrimack at Keene, 4 p.m.


Souhegan at Londonderry, 6 p.m.


Manchester Central at Nashua South, 4 p.m.

Nashua North at Souhegan, 5:30 p.m.


Pinkerton at Bishop Guertin, 4 p.m.

Sunapee at Wilton-Lyndeborough, 4:30 p.m.


Campbell and five other teams at Bow, 4 p.m.

Hollis/Brookline, Windham, Con-Val, Pelham, Bedford and Milford at Souhegan, 3:30 p.m. (Southern Cluster Meet)

Keene at Merrimack, 4 p.m.

Londonderry at Alvirne, 4 p.m.

Nashua North at Bishop Guertin, 4 p.m.