High school sports highlight: Baseball, lacrosse, tennis, softball & schedule
Dover 4, Bishop Guertin 3
Dennis Abelleira went 2 for 2 on the day for the Cardinals, with two singles, a run scored and two stolen bases. Starting pitcher Joe McCarthy went 1 for 4 at the plate with an RBI and a stolen base. On the mound McCarthy went six innings, gave up four runs, three earned, allowed six hits, struck out six and walked two. BG is now 5-3 on the year, while Dover is now 3-6.
Concord 8, Nashua South 5
Nick Penkala pitched well on the day for the Panthers, going five and one third innings, he allowed four earned runs on eleven hits, and struck out four. Leading the offense in the losing effort for South was Brad Deluca, who went 2 for 3 with a two run homerun. Nashua South falls to 4-5 on the year, while Concord improves to 7-1.
Alvirne 5, Exeter 1
Robbie Flohr pitched well on the hill for the Broncos, going six innings, allowing one earned run, and striking out five. Corey Landry had two hits, and one RBI. Mike Sirvydas also had a hit and an RBI. The Broncos improve to 3-7, while Exeter is now 4-4.
Hollis Brookline 11, Milford 3
The Cavaliers scored eight runs in the top of the fifth inning to break open a scoreless game and improve to 7-0 in Division II. Nick Siegel got the win for HB, going five innings and allowing one run on three hits and three walks with five strikeouts. Jared Cardozza and Jeremy Heard each pitched an inning of relief, while Tim Rencken and Mike Chase (two hits) each had two RBIs. Mitch Frick also had two hits, including a triple, and scored two runs, as did Sean Connors. Milford’s Brett Stagnone was 1 for 2, including a two-run home run, and Ryan Britton had a hit and drove in a run. Milford falls to 2-5.
Merrimack 10, Central 0
Jackson King produced at the plate for the Tomahawks, he had two hits and drove in 2 runs. Tim Michaud also had two hits, most notably a double that drove in three runs. Mikey Gasper also contributed to the hit parade, with two hits that drove in two runs. Ian Theriault reached base three times and scored three runs. Matt Wojciak went all five innings in run shortened game, he scattered two hits, walked one and struck out three. Merrimack improves to 4-5 on the year, while Manchester Central to 3-6.
Nashua North 5, Keene 1
Matt Fortin led the offensive charge for the Titans, going 3-4 on the day with two runs scored and two RBIs. Kelvin Rodriguez also chipped in on offensive, going 2-4. On the hill for the Titans was Dylan Cox, who won his first game of the year. He went five innings, struck out six, and was 1-2 at the plate. North improves to 8-1, while Keene falls to 2-7.
Campbell 4, Somersworth 0
Connor Sahlin pitched strong on the hill, going six and two thirds, allowing no runs, two hits, and striking out eight. Cody Caron had a hit and a RBI. Nick Freson also had a hit. Campbell moves to 7-0 on the year, while Somersworth falls to 3-3.
Tony Graziano was perfect for six innings, until an error in the seventh. He struck out 14, and allowed an unearned run. Offensively, Patrick Martin went 2 for 3, with two doubles, and three RBIs. The Warriors move to 6-1, while Hinsdale falls to 1-4.
Bishop Guertin 20, Central 3
At the helm of the offensive barrage for the Cardinals were Hunter Allen and Casey Burnett. Allen had four goals and an assist, while Burnett had two goals and five assists. Also helping the Cardinals on offense with multi point games were, Paul Spinney, John Miller, Mike Astarita, Dom St. Laurent, Mitch Burke, Alex Astarita and Andrew O’Reilly.
Concord 7, Nashua South 2
The Panthers came up short against Concord, as the only singles winner for the Panthers was Mike Hirsch (8-4). In doubles, the team of Hirsch and Josh Piter won their match (9-7). Concord improves to 6-0 on the year, while the Panthers slip to 5-3.
Bishop Guertin 8, Dover 1
Singles winners for the Cardinals were, Andrew Xiao (8-3), Sam Fordin (8-2), Chris Zuercher (8-0), Danny Morrison (8-6), David Grossman (8-0) and Austin McAndrews (8-1). Doubles winners were Xiao/Fordin (8-6) and Zuercher/Rishi Yemme (8-1). BG improves to 6-1 while Dover is now 0-8.
Hollis Brookline 6, Milford 3
Singles winners for the Spartans were, Ben Lambert (8-3) and Trevor Frost (9-8). The two were then paired in doubles, and won 8-6. Hollis Brookline improves its record to 2-7 and Milford falls to 0-9.
Bishop Guertin 19, Lebanon 13
Leading the way on offense for the Cardinals was Callie Santos and Caley Prunier. Santos had five goals and an assist, while Prunier had three goals and six assists. Also with multi-point games were, Emma Annand, Kristin Cameron, Jess Lambert, Nicole Pettiglio and Tiffany Stanton.
BG moves to 6-1, while Lebanon falls to 3-3.
Manchester Central 6, Merrimack 3
Singles winners for the Tomahawks were Alyssa Hobbs and Wiebke Weissenbaum. The team of Mia Mitchell and Alyssa Hobbs won its doubles match. Manchester Central improves their record to 1-5, while Merrimack falls to 1-6.
Nashua South 9, Concord 0
The South girls improved their record with a convincing 9-0 win over Concord. Single winners for the Panthers were Hannah Drake, Ashley Chen, Nora Eskin, Katelyn Griswold, Ruth Wendell and Victoria Ziolek. Doubles winners for South were Drake/Chen, Eskin/Griswold and Tina Ta/Ruth Wendell.
Souhegan 8, Pelham 1
Singles winners for the Sabers were Lindsay Moss (8-2), Maeve Morgan (8-0), Annie Protzmann (8-2), Sara Noble (8-5) and Lizzy Callahan (8-4). In doubles, Moss and Morgan defeated the team of Tacco and Day (8-1). Katie Casper and Protzmann also won their match (8-5). Noble and Callahan finished the doubles sweep for Souhegan, winning (9-8, 7-0). The Sabers move to 3-5 on the year with the win.
Alvrine 9,Exeter 0
Taylor Carbone threw a complete-game masterpiece, pitching all seven innings, allowing no earned runs and striking out 14. Carbonne also went 2 for 4 at the plate, with two singles and two RBIs. Kaycee Carbonne was 2 for 4 for the Broncos, with a single, a triple and an RBI. Chelsea Drew and Nicole Abreu both went 2 for 4, and both had RBIs.
Hollis Brookline 10, Milford 1
Charli Bradshaw led the offense for the Cavaliers, going 1 for 4, with a three-run homer. Kayla Sliger went 2 for 4 and had two runs scored and also hit a home run. Kirstin Bergen also chipped in on offense, going 3 for 5 with two runs scored and an RBI. Bergen was also the starting pitcher, going three innings, strucking out six and only letting up one run.
Keene 9 Nashua North 5
Michaela McGowan had a good day at the plate in the losing effort, going 2 for 4 with a double. Grace Countie was 2 for 4 with an RBI and a stolen base. Erica White went 1 for 3 with a run score. Hayley Reed did well on the base paths as well as at the plate, going 1 for 3 with two stolen bases and two RBIs. Mcgowan threw three innings, scattered four hits, gave up one unearned run and struck out four.
Nashua South 4 Concord 1
Sarah Peterman was strong on the hill for South, going seven innings, giving up no earned runs, and spreading out three hits. Offensivley, Sami Durkee was 1 for 3 with a triple, an RBI and scored two runs. Lindsay Davis went 2 for 3, had two RBIs, while Erika Belair was 1for4 with an RBI and a run scored. South improves its record to 3-6, while Concord falls to 4-4.
Wilton-Lyndeborough 14, Hindsale 2,
Leading the offensive clinic for the Warriors was Jenna Bragdon, who was 4 for 4 with four RBIs. Andrea Heck was impressive at the plate, going 3 for 3, and knocking in three. Sammi Bosquet chipped in on offense as well, going 3 for 4 with three runs scored. Sam Broderick pitched well, allowing five hits.
Milford at Hollis Brookline, 4 p.m.
Nashua South at Hanover, 5:30 p.m.
Dover at Souhegan, 5:30 p.m.
Hollis Brookline at John Stark, 5:30 p.m.
Nashua North at Derryfield, 4 p.m.
Wilton-Lyneborough at Monadnock, 4 p.m.
Manchester Memorial at Nashua North, 4 p.m. at Stellos Stadium
Nashua South at Salem, 4 p.m.
Souhegan at Exeter, 7 p.m.
Derryfield at Nashua North, 4 p.m.
Monadnock at Wilton-Lyneborough, 4 p.m.
Bishop Guertin at Nashua South, 4 p.m.
Hollis Brookline, Con-Val and Pembroke at Sanborn, 4 p.m.
Merrimack at Manchester Memorial, 4 p.m.
Nashua North and Trinity at Keene, 4 p.m.
Pinkerton at Alvirne, 4 p.m.
Souhegan, Pelham and Windham at John Stark, 4 p.m.