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Solid week for Nashua in Little League fall ball action

By Staff | Sep 25, 2016


Greater Nashua
Fall Little League

Windham 4, Nashua Red 3

Shea Ninteau, Yakiell Torres and Aidan Rocheville threw two solid innings each, combining for 11 strikeouts, but Nashua came up on the short end of a 4-3 score against Windham.

Ninteau paced an otherwise quiet offense with an RBI double. Shortstop Aidan Rocheville’s unassisted double play was the fielding highlight.

Nashua Green 6,
Bedford Gray 5

Isaac Crivac pitched well with six strikouts and four hits over three innings as Nashua jumped out to a 6-1 lead, then held on for the one-run win over Bedford Gray. Reliever Dean Adams allowed just two hits in two innings of work while Aiden Stevens (hitless frame, one strikeout) closed out the game.

Jayce Martinez scored twice on his 2-for-2 day, while Dean Adams blasted a two-run homer.

Nashua Navy 11,
Bedford Black 6

Hunter Ward, Nick Shaw and Dean Adams combined on the mound, while the offense was paced by Cooper Granville, Kasey Dionne, Morgan Lang, Karthik Rao, Ryan Parks and Jayce Martinez.

Adams, Ward and Shaw also had big games at the plate while Isaac Crivac played well at third base and Jack Razzaboni made a great catch in center field.


Nashua PAL

8U team falls to Salem

Kobe Perry scored in the first minute for Nashua, but Jayden Beaulieau was stopped on his PAT try. Adrian Cruz, meanwhile, added a TD with 3:10 left in the first quarter.

In the third quarter, Connor Johnston forced a fumble and Aivan Garcia made the recovery. Key tackles were made by Jake Homsy, Dylan Noble, CamRon Pena, Connor Johnston, Adrian Cruz, Jack Krulikowski, Asiah Bugg, Michael Neacy, Mason Dandeneau and Dharyus Sisay.

Perry, Cruz, Benjamin Kelly, Tayten Zubhuza, Dylan Noble, Jack Krulikowski and Benjamin Kelly all gained yardage in the game behind blocks by Trevor Drouin and David Bedard.

Note: By rule, scores are not allowed to be officially recorded at this level.

Salem 9U 28, Nashua 0

Team captains Jayce Cora, Ryder Clancy and Luke Peters played well, as did game-ball winner Warren Farley, who recorded a sack and recovered a fumble.

Ian Gillis, Adyn Prowker, Jayden Turcotte, Chris Beaudoin and Alex Paquin also tackled well.

Also playing well were Adin Frobese, Xavier Torres, Ryan Morse, Patrick Zelanes and running back Dylan Bernard. Charlie Dabrowski also tackled well while Nashua lost blocker Connor Pesce to injury. Logan Briggs played a key sideline role in the game.

Windham 14U 8, Nashua 0

Julian Gonzalez, Curtis Harris, Jason Compoh and Tyler Armeen all ran the ball well, while receivers Corey O’Day and Tommy Kelly played well.

Xavier Provost averaged about 20 yards a catch.

Meanwhile, Ethan Gaffney, Jesse Njuguna, Kobey Marshall, Justin Edwards, Evan Noone, Drew Chamberlin, Aiden Bashor, Max Ackerman, Anthony Carrion, Brett Dumont and Spencer Whiting all blocked and tackled well.


Middle School

PMA boys lose to Boynton

The Presentation of Mary Academy’s senior boys soccer team suffered a tough loss against Boynton Middle School of New Ipswich.

Sixth-grader Chris Bethea scored the first goal for the Griffins.

Christopher Van Natta also played well setting up teammates.

There were also excellent performances by Alex Dumont and Joey Lizzie. Keagan Bowen was the heart of the defense and Miguel Ocque played right side defender in the second half.

Goalie Gustavo Carretti and Patrick Beaudin also had a strong performances.



Nighthawks tryouts

Tryouts for the Nashua Nighthawk travel basketball teams will be on Saturday Oct. 1 at Nashua Sports Academy.

The time for each grade is as follows:

Seventh/eighth grade boys: 8-9:30 a.m.

Sixth grade and third, fourth and fifth grade boys: 9:30-11 a.m.

Third, fourth and fifth grade girls: 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Sixth, seventh and eighth grade girls: 12:30-2 p.m.

For more information, visit nashuanighthawks.com.


Nashua Crusaders
seeking donations

The Nashua Elks Crusaders, a non-profit youth football and cheer organization, is seeking help from the community in purchasing new equipment and uniforms.

Donations can be made to Nashua Crusaders P.O. Box 7248 Nashua, NH 03063.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities, email
necpresident15@gmail.com or deniserosher@comcast.net.


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