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NHIAA Scoreboard, May 10, 2013


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Friday's scores
Baseball

Londonderry 6, Bedford 1
Campbell 3, Mascenic 2
Alvirne 2, Concord 1
Hopkinton 14, Franklin 0
Fall Mountain at Hillsboro-Deering
St. Thomas at Kennett
Dover 5, Manchester Memorial 3
Sunapee 8, Nute 1
Raymond 11, Prospect Mountain 1
Winnacunnet 4, Trinity 2
Portsmouth 4, Windham 0
Farmington 2, Berlin 0
Plymouth 8, Coe-Brown 7
Conant 3, Mascenic 2
Goffstown 19, Lebanon 1
Hollis/Brookline 3, John Stark 2
Lisbon 2, Groveton 1
Milford 3, Merrimack Valley 1
Pembroke 12, Manchester West 0
Spaulding 3, Salem 0
Inter-Lakes 2, White Mountains 1
Bow 6, Pelham 1
Littleton 10, Colebrook 5
Exeter 5, Timberlane 2
Gorham 6, Lin-Wood 5
Merrimack at Keene
Nashua North 13, Manchester Central 6
Monadnock 6, Newport 1
Bishop Guertin 8, Pinkerton 7
Somersworth 13, Belmont 12
Winnisquam 7, Mascoma 2
Boys’ lacrosse
Oyster River at Winnacunnet
Monadnock 14, Milford 11
Plymouth at Laconia
Kearsarge 6, Gilford 4
Bishop Brady 15, Stevens 2
Bedford 22, Timberlane 2
Hopkinton 12, Merrimack Valley 8
Bow at Keene
Exeter 20, Souhegan 8
Pelham 8, Trinity 4
Kingswood 18, Kennett 5
Windham at ConVal
Dover at Goffstown
Girls’ lacrosse
Kearsarge 12, Lebanon 10
Winnacunnet 19, Bow 17
Concord 16, Manchester Central 5
Londonderry 12, Pinkerton 11
Bedford 16, Spaulding 2
Hollis/Brookline 16, Salem 7
Goffstown at St. Thomas
Portsmouth 14, Hanover 13
Nashua North 14, Keene 13
Souhegan 22, Exeter 12
Dover 17, Timberlane 9
Boys’ tennis
Timberlane 9, Salem 0
Bow 8, Portsmouth Christian 1
ConVal at St. Thomas
Bedford 6, Londonderry 3
Coe-Brown 6, Goffstown 2
Bishop Brady at Trinity
Pelham 9, Sanborn 0
Portsmouth at Milford
Inter-Lakes 8, Laconia 1
Hanover 9, Souhegan 0
Berlin at White Mountains
Pembroke 5, Kennett 4
Wilton-Lyndeborough at Monadnock
Conant 5, Kearsarge 4
Exeter 9, Nashua North 0
Concord 8, Bishop Guertin 1
Girls’ tennis
Coe-Brown at Goffstown
Trinity at Bishop Brady
Lebanon at Hollis/Brookline
Hanover 6, Souhegan 3
Littleton at Stevens
St. Thomas at ConVal
Bow 9, Prospect Mountain 0
Pembroke at Kennett
Pelham 9, Sanborn 0
Conant 9, Kearsarge 0
White Mountains at Berlin
Inter-Lakes at Laconia
Portsmouth 9, Milford 0
Softball
Stevens 7, Hanover 5
Bow 9, Pelham 8
Mascoma at Winnisquam
Spaulding 5, Salem 4
Groveton 7, Lisbon 4
Nute 9, Sunapee 8
Farmington 4, Berlin 3
Dover 19, Manchester Memorial 4
John Stark 3, Hollis/Brookline 1
Timberlane 5, Exeter 4
Prospect Mountain 17, Raymond 4
St. Thomas at Kennett
Milford 14, Merrimack Valley 0
Newport 14, Monadnock 7
Bishop Guertin 10, Pinkerton 3
Franklin 9, Hopkinton 6
Fall Mountain at Hillsboro-Deering
Inter-Lakes at White Mountains
Belmont at Somersworth
Bedford 7, Londonderry 4
Manchester Central at Nashua North
Concord 9, Alvirne 3
Colebrook 5, Littleton 3
Goffstown 14, Lebanon 0
Coe-Brown 14, Plymouth 2
Boys’ volleyball
Goffstown 3, Mascenic 1
Timberlane at Keene
Windham 3, Bishop Guertin 0
Pinkerton 3, Dover 0
John Stark 3, Coe-Brown 2
Salem 3, Hollis/Brookline 0

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Saturday's games
Baseball

Pembroke at Hollis/Brookline
Newfound at Mascoma
Wilton-Lyndeborough at Portsmouth Christian
Belmont, Mass. at Salem
Hillsboro-Deering at Stevens
Boys’ Lacrosse
Concord at Salem
Keene at Manchester Central
Norwell, Mass. at Portsmouth
Bow at Winnacunnet
Girls’ Lacrosse
Manchester Memorial at Nashua South
Keene at Merrimack
Nashua North at Hollis/Brookline
Softball
Hartford,Vt. at Hanover
Pembroke at Hollis/Brookline
Keene at Merrimack
Newfound at Mascoma
Wilton-Lyndeboro at Ports. Christian
Hillsboro-Deering at Stevens

<strong>BOYS’ TENNIS

AT MEREDITH
Inter-Lakes 8, Laconia 1</strong>
<strong>Singles: </strong> Kaleb Phelps (IL) d. Jake Sullivan, 8-6; Pan Pradachith (L) d. Jonah Steiss, 8-0; Ben Jaques (IL) d. Drew Sykes, 8-4; Erik Boquist (IL) default win; Liam Donohoe (IL) default win; Hunter Fredette (IL) default win<strong>Doubles: </strong> Logan Goewey/Steiss (IL) d. Sullivan/Pradachith, 8-3; Jaques/Boquis (IL) default win; Donohoe/Fredette (IL) default win
<strong>Records: </strong> IL - 5-7; L 0-13

<strong>AT EXETER
Exeter 9, Nashua North 0</strong>
<strong>Singles: </strong> Ryan Posternak d. Jacob Arikian, 8-4; Chris Lietz d. Ethan Kim, 8-0; Marc Cochran d. Ethan Rose, 8-2; Ben MacDonald d. Zachariah Fahsi, 8-2; Alex Vacca d. Conor O’Neil, 8-2; Chas Rickarby d. Karthik Korrapaty, 8-2<strong>Doubles: </strong> Corey Guen/Posternak d. Arikian/Kim, 8-6; Ty Cloid/Chip McNaughton d. Rose/Fahsi, 8-0; Rickarby/Kenny Schleicher d. O’Neil/Korrapaty, 8-1
<strong>Records: </strong> NN - 2-10; E - 10-1

<strong>AT NASHUA
Concord 8, Bishop Guertin 1</strong>
<strong>Singles: </strong> Greg Cistulli (C) d. Brian Xiao, 8-4; Justin Toler (C) d. Sam Fordin, 8-2; Evan Hewey (C) d. Chris Zuercher, 8-1; Thomas Bengtson (C) d. Ryan Montbleau, 8-5; Josh Pifer (C) d. Rishi Tadi, 8-3; Mattias Lambert (C) d. Roshon Tadi, 8-3<strong>Doubles: </strong> Cistulli/Toler (C) d Zhao/Zuercher 8-1; Fordin/Roshon Tadi (BG) d Pifer/Hewey 8-6; Bengtson/Lambert (C) d Austin McAndrews/Jason Lutcza 8-4.
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<strong>Team records: </strong> C 12-1; BG 5-6.

<strong>AT LONDONDERRY
Bedford 6, Londonderry 3</strong>
<strong>Singles: </strong> McKinley Grimes (B) d. Harrison Max, 8-5; Jim Delahunty (B) d. Ryan Broderick, 8-5; Tim Court (L) d. Dan Soucy, 8-2; Matt McKinney (L) d. Zach Anderson, 8-6; Mike Paquette (L) d. Matt Weeks, 8-6; Ian Horne (B) d. Luke Crawley, 8-2<strong>Doubles: </strong> Grimes/Soucy (B) d. Max/McKinney, 8-1; Delahunty/Horne (B) d. Broderick/Court, 9-8 (7-4); Weeks/Anderson (B) d. Paquette/Crawley, 8-1
<strong>Records: </strong> B - 12-0; L 9-2

<strong>AT PEMBROKE
Pembroke 5, Kennett 4</strong>
<strong>Singles: </strong> Danny Macdonald (K) d. Andrew Goulet, 8-2; Kyle Blakely (K) d. Joe Caraway, 8-4; Alex Chea (P) d. Nicky Sullivan, 8-6; Andrew Boddie (P) d. Greg Miller, 8-4; Kyle Haas (P) d. Luke Tinkham, 8-4; Sam Yeaton (K) d. Kurt Niiler, 8-1<strong>Doubles: </strong> Macdonald/Blakely (K) d. Goulet/Caraway, 8-6; Sullivan/Miller d. Boddie/Haas 8-4; Yeaton/Chea (P) d. Tinkham/Niiler 8-1

<strong>AT BETHLEHEM
(Thursday)
Profile 8, Moultonborough 2</strong>
<strong>Singles: </strong> Ian Bolton (P) d. Jeff Litterst, 8-2; Aaron Diamond (M) d. Chris Chardon, 8-0; Nick Chrisdouroen (P) d. Nicolas Law, 8-6; Hunter Leighton (P) d. Phillip Stamp, 8-4; Ross Branden (P) d. Duffy Bengtson, 8-2; Zack Burns (P) d. Cameron Capote, 8-2<strong>Doubles: </strong> Litterst/Diamond (M) d. Bolton/Chardon, 8-3; Chrisdouroen/Leighton (P) d. Law/Calvin Fifield, 7-3; Nevel Morris/Mitch Collen (P) d. Bengtson/Robert Castleberry, 8-2
<strong>Records: </strong> P - 11-2; M - 8-5

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<strong>GIRLS’ TENNIS

AT AMHERST
Hanover 6, Souhegan 3</strong>
<strong>Singles: </strong> Camille Hankel (H) d. Maeve Morgan, 8-0; Lindsay Moss (S) d. Kendra McGowan, 8-2; Hazuki Horiuchi (H) d. Annie Protzmann, 8-5; Liza Goss (H) d. Sara Noble, 8-2; Alex Kibbie (S) d. Lila Kaufman, 8-2; Bailey Farris (S) d. Raina Siegel, 8-5<strong>Doubles: </strong> Hankel/McGowan (H) d. Morgan/Moss, 8-1; Goss/Irwin (H) d. Protzmann/Noble, 8-3; Emily Acker/Horiuchi (H) d. Kibbie/Farris, 8-1
<strong>Records: </strong> H - 12-0; S 6-6

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<strong>GIRLS’ LACROSSE

AT DERRY
Londonderry 12, Pinkerton 11
Londonderry (9-4) -9   3 — 12
Pinkerton (10-3) -6   5 — 11</strong>
<strong>Scoring: </strong> P - Kennedy Daziel 2-1, Sierra Sanchez 1-0, Erin Coutts 4-2, Maggie McCarthy 4-0; L - Hannah Kearney 1-0, Julia Wasserman 2-0, Alexa Bedell 3-2, Chelsea Leavis 3-0, Noelle Lambert 2-2, Mauve Holland 0-2, Mariah Eacrett 1-0.<strong>Goalies: </strong> P - Sarah Lambert 3; L - Sarah Ford 12.

<strong>AT KEENE
Nashua North 14, Keene 13
Nashua North (6-6)  6 8—14
Keene (2-7)                   7 6—13</strong>
<strong>Scoring: </strong> N - Alyssa Bottari 1-1, Jexi Williams 3-0; Christina Sulfaro 2-2, Kara Upton 5-1, Maddie Ledoux 2-0, Molly Mulcahy 1-0; K - Becky Dale 1-0, Ellen Malley 4-0, Payton Wilhelm 4-0, Doma DelVecchio 1-0, Katie Martin 2-0, Addie Nelson 1-0<strong>Goalies: </strong> NN - Sierra Mullin 10; K - Courtney Laperriere 14

<strong>AT MANCHESTER
Concord 16, Central 5
Concord (5-7)  4 12—16
Central (3-8)     2 3—   5</strong>
<strong>Scoring: </strong> Con - Erickson 4-0, Annon 4-0, Bouchard 3-0; Cen - Meaghan McGilvray 2-0, Sarah Thompson 2-0, Hailey Thompson 1-0

<strong>AT AMHERST
Souhegan 22, Exeter 12
Exeter (10-4) -5   7 — 12
Souhegan (10-1) -9 13 — 12</strong>
<strong>Scoring: </strong> S - Mickenzie Larivee 8-3, Madison Learned 6-2, Jacely Donohue 3-1, Jesse Jay 2-1, Jamie Wallisch 2-2, Marina Lipson 1-1, Kate Bermingham 0-1; E - E. Baker 3-1, K. Arkell 3-0, A. Vogt 2-1, K. Keith 1-1, J. Hennington 1-0, B. Kelleher 1-0, K. Morin 1-0.<strong>Goalies: </strong> S - Megan Kolopsky 6; E - J. Connor 7.

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<strong>BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

AT WINDHAM
Windham 3, Bishop Guertin 0
25-10, 25-20, 25-16</strong>
Leaders: BG - Aidan Loftus 3 aces, 6 kills, 20 digs; Kyle Cushion 3 aces, 17 digs; Alec O’Connor 4 blocks; W - Brandon Bernyk 8 kills, Robert Harradon 7 kills, Andrew Lowman 7 kills, Alex Whitehead 5 kills, Joe Lorenz 5 kills.
<strong>Records: </strong> BG 2-7; W - 9-2

<strong>AT HOLLIS
Salem 3, Hollis/Brookline 0
25-23, 25-18, 25-19</strong>
Leaders: S - Charles Peters 2 aces; Colton Burnham 6 kills; Pat Frydryck 6 kills; Andrew Ruffen 15 assists, 5 digs; Jacob Slepian 11 assists; Darin Righini 5 digs; Eric Denning 2 blocks
<strong>Records: </strong> S - 10-0; H/B 5-5

<strong>AT WEARE
John Stark 3, Coe-Brown 2
25-14, 25-27, 25-19, 22-25, 15-11</strong>
Leaders: John Stark - Simon Becka (5 aces, 18 assists), Ryan Compagna (10 kills, 16 diggs), Zach Grattan (11 kills, 4 blocks), Serge Boucher (5 aces, 2 kills and 27 assists), Brandon Dugay (9 kills, 9 digs), Carson Dunn (12 kills, 4 blocks), Ian Franco (10 digs).
<strong>Team records: </strong> John Stark 7-3; Coe-Brown 4-6.

<strong>AT DOVER
Pinkerton 3, Dover 0
25-18, 25-7, 25-20</strong>
Leaders: Pinkerton - Cooper Williams (8 kills, 8 service points, 2 aces), Justin Scott (9 kills), Zach Sanford (3 kills, 8 service points, 2 aces, 3 blocks), German Terrero (10 service points, 5 aces, 8 digs).
<strong>Team records: </strong> Pinkerton 9-3; Dover 2-8.

<strong>AT HOLLIS
Salem 3, Hollis/Brookline 0
25-23, 25-18, 25-19</strong>
Leaders: H/B - Alec Paulson (22 assists, 3 blocks), Brian Thibodeau (7 kills, 2 aces, 4 blocks), Jesse Farmer (3 kills), Aaron Campbell (8 kills, 8 blocks), Ryan Lecours (9 blocks).
<strong>Team records: </strong> Salem 10-0; Hollis/Brookline 5-5.

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<strong>SOFTBALL

AT FRANKLIN
Franklin 9, Hopkinton 6
Hopkinton (8-3)  030 003 0 —6 5 2
Franklin (10-2)     450 000 x —9 8 4</strong>
WP: Kelsey Bird; LP: Becca Shatney; HR - Franklin: Mariah Gauthier, first inning, two on; Lexi Colpack, second inning, one on.

<strong>AT NASHUA
Bishop Guertin 10, Pinkerton 0
Pinkerton (6-7) 300 000 0—3 4 1
Bishop Guertin (7-5) 900 100 x—10 9 1</strong>
WP: Kristina Terrazano; LP - Sam Hennequin; HR - BG, Kenzie McCabe

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<strong>BASEBALL

AT BEDFORD
Londonderry 6, Bedford 1
Londonderry (10-3)  100 014 0-6-11-0
Bedford (7-5)                000 010 0-1-2-2</strong>
Tom Corey (WP), Rob Del Signore (5) and Colby Joncas; Andy Lalonde (LP), Nick Angelini (5), Harrison Lanuza (6) and Ryan Linehan.

<strong>AT DERRY
Bishop Guertin 8, Pinkerton 7
Bishop Guertin (10-5) 000 530 0-8-13-2
Pinkerton (3-11) 013 003 0-7-14-1</strong>
Lunn (WP), DiPasquale (7) and Scanlon; Gerossie (LP) and Rossi.

<strong>AT CONCORD
Alvirne 2, Concord 1
Alvirne (6-7)    100 001 0-2-5-1
Concord (8-4)  000 001 0-1-6-2</strong>
D. Hudson (WP); J. Clary (LP).

<strong>AT GOFFSTOWN
Goffstown 19, Lebanon 1
Lebanon (1-10) 001 00-1-3-3
Goffstown (13-1) (19)00 0X-19-17-0</strong>
Chris Hood (WP), Alex Baines (4) and Ryan Pinard; Greeley (LP), May (1), Servant (1), Broughton (4) and Simms.

<strong>AT HOLLIS
Hollis/Brookline 3, John Stark 2
John Stark (3-8) 002 000 0- 2-5-0
Hollis (7-3) 010 020 x- 3-6-1</strong>
WP: Buckley; LP: Nickerson

<strong>AT SALEM
Spaulding 3, Salem 0
Spaulding (8-4) 000 003 0 —3 8 0
Salem (4-10) 000 000 0 —0 4 2</strong>
Joshua Gagne (WP) and Alex Gray; Matt Survilas (LP), C.J. Beaulieu (6) and Jake White

<strong>AT PEMBROKE
Pembroke 12, West 0
West (3-8) 000 00—0 1 4
Pembroke (9-1) 011 (10)x—12 9 2
Salem (4-10) 000 000 0 —0 4 2</strong>
Flynn (LP) and Olivo; Shane St. Onge (W) and Mike Martinez

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