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  • Photo by Jodie Andruskevich
    Nashua South's Bridget Murphy tries to clear the bar in the high jump event on Saturday at the Nashua North Outdoor Track Invitational.
  • Photo by Jodie Andruskevich
    Souhegan's Ben DeForest, left, and Nashua South's Kevin Shea, right, compete in their trial heat of the Boys 110 meter hurdles at the Nashua North Outdoor Track Invitational on Saturday.
  • Photo by Jodie Andruskevich
    Bishop Guertin's Besty Garnick has the lead in her trail heat of the Girls 100 Meter Hurdles on Saturday at the Nashua North Outdoor Track Invitational.
Sunday, April 22, 2012

High school sports highlights: Baseball, track, lacrosse, tennis

BASEBALL

Nashua North 3, Andover (Mass.) 2

Jake Mellin pitched strong on the hill for the Titans, striking out three and only allowing two walks for the win over the Golden Warriors. Parker Jamerson led the offensive output, scoring two of North’s three runs on the day.

BOYS Track

Souhegan wins North Invite

Ben Deforest led the way for the Sabers, winning the 110-meter hurdles, with a time of 15.46 seconds, while also helping the 4x400 relay team to a first-place finish.

For the Nashua High School South Panthers, Kevin Shea won the high jump with a height of 6 feet, 4 inches.

The 4x400 relay team also walked away with a second-place finish, as Shawn DeCost, Keith Guay, Connor Rogowsky and Ray Ramos combined for a time of 3 minutes, 37.13 seconds.

Alvirne’s Philip Skinner won the triple jump with a distance of 41-21⁄4. Mike Lynch of Nashua High School North was second in both the discus and the shot put, throwing 135-10 and 48-4, respectively.

Milford’s Jarad Asselin placed second in the high jump and fifth in triple jump.

GIRLS TRACK

BG edges Milford for win at Nashua North Invitational

Betsy Garnick led the way for the Cardinals, winning the 200 with a time of 26.74, the long jump with a distance of 17-4 and the 100 hurdles with a time of 14.79.

In the 800, Sarah Burke and Molly McCabe came in first and second with times of 2:14.81 and 2:20.15, respectively. McCabe also won the 1,600 with a time of 5:12.57.

Milford was second overall as a team. Jessica Krafft led the team with a first in the 400, second in the 200, and as part of the winning 4x400 and third-place 4x100 relay teams. Picking up seconds for the Spartans were Courtney Hawkins in the mile, Hannah Ladeau in the 300 hurdles and Rachel White in long jump.

Arashana Yanes represented Nashua South with a 12.88 run for first in the 100.

Boys Lacrosse

Hanover 14, Bishop Guertin 9

The Cardinals dropped a tough game on Friday, despite a very strong offensive performance from Paul Spinney, who tallied six goals and an assist in the losing effort.

Also with points on the day were Casey Burnett, John Miller, Connor Donahue, Luke Roever, Dom St. Laurent and Tom Vailas.

Colin Delea made nine saves in net for the Cardinals.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Londonderry 23, Nashua North 3

Ellie Shuman scored all three goals and Jena Corkum made six saves between the pipes in the Titans loss to the Lancers on Friday.

BOYS TENNIS

Souhegan 9, Laconia 0

Nick Poulack (8-0), Matt Protzmann (8-2) Anthony Zeolie (8-2) Jason Emmond (8-1) Danny O’Dowd (8-0) and Patrick Casper (8-1) all recorded singles wins on Friday. Alex Fogelgren and Parker Desborough (8-0) added a nice win at third doubles.

Nashua North 5, Manchester Memorial 4

The Titans won three singles matches and one doubles match on Friday, improving their record to 1-3.

Girls Tennis

Souhegan 6 Laconia 3

The Sabers got singles wins from Lindsay Moss (8-3), Maeve Morgan (8-4) Katie Casper (8-1) and Sarah Noble (8-1), as they improved their record to 2-5 on Friday.

For Laconia, the combination of Sarah Richards and Rebecca Mitchell and Hannah Mansfield and Tatia Le Blanc gave the Sachems the win in doubles.