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Saturday, April 28, 2012

High School Highlights

SOFTBALL

Spaulding 3, Nashua South 1

Sarah Peterman pitched four innings of scoreless relief, but the Panthers couldn’t generate much offense to fall to 2-6 on the season.

Sami Durkee led the South offense with two hits, including a double, while Shayllyn Freitas knocked in the only Panther run with a single.

Campbell 18, Derryfield 1

Allie Nolan struck out nine in five innings and didn’t give up an earned run as Campbell improved to 6-0 on the season.

Chelsea Caynon had two hits, including a home run, to pace the Cougar offense. She knocked in three runs. Brittany McNulla went 4-for-5 with a double and four RBIs, while Carrie Fernandez (two RBIs) and Emily Paquin had three hits each for Campbell.

Merrimack 6, Timberlane 5

Brittany Camera picked up the win, giving up just three earned runs, and helped her own cause with two hits, an RBI and a run scored.

Freshman Ashley Grassine also knocked in a run for Merrimack and freshman Renee LaClaire had two hits and a run scored as Merrimack improved to 6-4.

Hollis Brookline 7, John Stark 0

Ashley Skey pitched a two-hit shutout, striking out eight, and added a home run and two RBIs to the Cavalier offense.

Hollis Brookline hit four home runs, including two by catcher Charli Bradshaw, who had three hits and three RBIs. Sarah Drazin had three hits for the Cavs, including a home run and teammate Nicolette Anderson went 3 for 4.

Alvirne 12, Bishop Guertin 0

Brooke Kennedy drove in five runs and Taylor Carbone scattered four hits over six innings to lead the Broncos to mercy-rule shortened victory.

Kennedy was 2 for 4, including a triple, while carbone also had two hits and three RBIs to go with eight strikeouts in the circle.

Mikayla Powlowsky reached base five times, including two hits and two walks, and scored four runs. Delany Burns and Nicole Abreu also had two RBIs each for Alvirne (7-1).

Bishop Guertin got a hit each from Jacklyn Dubois, Tori Dubois, Stacy Cornell and Holly Kathios, but left eight runners on base. kathios took the loss, allowing 10 runs on 10 hits and seven walks in 4 1/3 innings.

Dover 10, Nashua North 5

Ellen Cook knocked in three runs for the Titans, who fell to 0-7 on the season.

Hailey Reed added two hits for North and Sam Holloran scored a pair of runs. Bridget McCarthy went 1 for 2 for North.

BASEBALL

Campbell 10, Derryfield 0

Vinnie Bucci pitched a one-hitter, striking out eight, to pick up his first varsity win in a game shortened to five innings by the mercy rule.

Zach Byers went 2-for-2 with a double and three RBIs for the Cougars, while teammate Chuck Neild homered for the second straight game.

Cody Caron added a three-run homer for Campbell, which improved to 6-0.

Spaulding 6, Nashua South 5

Nashua South’s Frank Guarino had a double and knocked in three runs, but Spaulding of Rochester scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to knock off the Panthers.

Nick Reed and James Buckley each had a double and RBI for South, which got single hits from Sean Burrows and Josh Oliver.

Jared Maloney started and gave up four runs in six innings for the Panthers, with Reed picking up the loss in relief.

Timberlane 8, Merrimack 3

With the scored tied 2-2, Timberlane Regional of Plaistow blew it open with six runs in the bottom of the sixth.

Jackson King had a single and knocked in two runs for the Tomahawks, who also had hits from Taylor Black and Alex Krysiak. Tom Hudon pitched well, striking out eight, before running into trouble in the sixth.

Portsmouth 8, Souhegan 3

The Clippers extended the nation’s best win streak to 89 games, breaking open a close game with Souhegan with a six-run, sixth inning.

Down 8-0, the Sabers rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh on a Robert Graham single, a double by Robbie McCormick, and RBI singles by Tyler Hansis, Andrew McDonald and Eric Howard.

Terry Dugdale started for Souhegan but had to leave in the third inning with an arm injury.

Ben Osterholtz pitched well before running into trouble in the sixth.

GIRLS TENNIS

Nashua South 9, Spaulding 0

The Panthers improved to 5-2, dropping just three of 51 games in singles with 8-0 victories from Hannah Drake, Ashley Chen and Nora Erskin and 8-1 victories from Micaela Baney, Katelyn Giswold and Ruth Wendell.

Nashua South improved their record to 5-2 with a convincing 9-0 win over Spaulding.

Bishop Guertin 9, Alvirne 0

The Cardinals improved to 6-0 against the now 1-7 Broncos, with shutout wins in singles from Brianna Leonard at No. 1, Lauren Hayward at No. 3, Elizabeth DiCesare at No. 4 and Allison Murphy at No. 5.

BOYS TENNIS

Souhegan 6, Coe-Brown 3

The Sabers picked up their first win of the season with singles victories from Matt Protzmann (8-2), Anthony Zeolie (8-1), Danny O’Dowd (8-1) and Patrick Casper (8-0).

Souhegan clinched it with doubles wins from the pairings of O’Dowd and Casper (8-1) and Jason Emmond and and Zeolie (8-1).

Alvirne 5, Bishop Guertin 4

A victory at No. 3 doubles by Ku Venuthurupalli and Sid Moparthi clinched the victory for Alvirne, which improved to 4-4 and handed BG (4-1) its first loss.

The Broncos won four singles matches, with victories from Travis Terrio, Venuthurupalli, Moparthi and Tyler Lambert.

Winning singles matches for the Cardinals were Andrew Xiao and Sam Fordin.

BOYS LACROSSE

Derryfield 11, Hollis Brookline 10

Derryfield edged the Cavaliers in a battle of unbeatens, getting six goals from Matt Milne to pull it out.

Trevor Kerkhoff had three goals to lead the Cavs offense, with two goals each from Sam Whitaker, Ryan Papineau and Chris Hyde. Pat Doyle added a single goal for Hollis Brookline, who teammate Connor Walsh had two assists and a fine defensive game.

Alvaro Guzman stopped 11 shots in net for the Cavaliers.