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May 18. 2013 2:08AM

NHIAA Roundup: Hanover's Cravero hurls another no-hitter

At Hanover, senior Joe Cravero tossed his second no-hitter of the season to highlight Hanover's 5-0 victory over John Stark of Weare. Cravero (5-1) struck out 12 and walked three.Newfound 8, Franklin 5: At Franklin, Clayton Ford and Matt Prive each had two hits and scored a run for Franklin, but the Golden Tornadoes surrendered six runs over the final three innings. Franklin's Myles Lynch struck out six in 5 2/3 innings.

Sunapee 14, Derryfield 4: At Sunapee, James Fitzgerald collected three hits and drove in six runs, and Noah Skarin hit a solo home run as Sunapee won in six innings by the 10-run rule. Derryfield committed six errors in the loss.

Con-Val 6, Souhegan 4: At Amherst, Ivon Clough pitched a complete game to highlight ConVal's win. Clough allowed eight hits, struck out seven and didn't walk a batter. Souhegan led 3-2 after four, but allowed three runs in the fifth and one in the sixth. Tyler Ford and Andrew MacDonald each had two hits for the Sabers.

Campbell 2, Bow 0: Junior right-hander Connor Sahlin tossed a complete-game two-hitter, striking out nine as host Campbell of Litchfield defeated Bow, 2-0, in a battle of playoff-bound Division III teams on Friday. Jackson Musco scored in the third inning, reaching with a walk and eventually scoring on Kyle Shaw's bunt single. Cade Lacroix doubled in the fourth inning and scored to give Campbell (10-4) a two-run lead. Bow's Sam Morrow and Sebastian Strong held combined for a three-hitter. The Falcons dropped to 11-3.

Londonderry 9, Nashua South 0: At Nashua, Londonderry's Rob Del Signore carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning to help the Lancers (11-4) hold on to sole possession of first place in the Division I standings. Del Signore did, however, continued his streak of 27 sgtraight scoreless innings. Jake Welch collected four hits, including a pair of doubles, to lead the Lancers. South finished the game with two hits.

Hanover 5, John Stark 0: At Hanover, senior Joe Cravero tossed his second no-hitter of the season to highlight Hanover's victory. Cravero (5-1) struck out 12 and walked three.

Merrimack 11, Central 7: At Merrimack, Taylor Black, Mickey Gasper and Devin Gillis each had two RBIs to help Merrimack (11-4) remain in second place in Division I. Every player in the Merrimack lineup had at least one hit. Mike Plentzas and Tres Beeson each had two hits for Central.

Pembroke 10, Windham 9: At Pembroke, Jerry Caruso collected two hits, four RBIs and earned his first pitching victory of the season as Pembroke held off a late Windham rally. The Jaguars trailed 10-4 after six innings, but scored five times in the seventh.

Sunapee 14, Derryfield 4: At Sunapee, James Fitzgerald collected three hits and drove in six runs, and Noah Skarin hit a solo home run as Sunapee won in six innings by the 10-run rule. Derryfield committed six errors in the loss.

Con-Val 6, Souhegan 4: At Amherst, Ivon Clough pitched a complete game to highlight ConVal's win. Clough allowed eight hits, struck out seven and didn't walk a batter. Souhegan led 3-2 after four, but allowed three runs in the fifth and one in the sixth. Tyler Ford and Andrew MacDonald each had two hits for the Sabers.

Wilton/Lyndeborough 3, Epping 2: At Wilton, Christian Seeley worked all seven innings, allowing two runs on five hits as Wilton/Lyndeborough (7-6) played error-free against Epping (1-13). Seeley fanned nine, and leadoff man Brendon Hussey went 4-for-4 in the win.

Softball

Goffstown 7, Trinity 1: At Goffstown, sophomore Jenna Indingaro collected three hits, including two doubles, and Haeli Campbell hit a two-run home run to help the Grizzlies pick up their 11th victory, Campbell and Kaila Colon split time in the circle and combined to strike out eight batters.

Franklin 14, Newfound 2: At Franklin, winning pitcher Kelsey Bird struck out eight and allowed four hits under the lights on Friday night. Sophomore Amber Vogt led a high-powered offense with three hits and three RBIs, while Shelby Joyce had two hits and two runs for Franklin (12-2).

Boys' lacrosse

Goffstown 15, Keene 2: At Goffstown, the Grizzlies received four goals and three assists from Sam Shearin and three-goal performances from both Logan Allard and Brad Chapdelaine. Goffstown's Andrew Chretien didn't allow a goal until the fourth quarter and finished with nine saves.

Derryfield 17, Stevens 1: At Manchester, Matt Milne led the way with six goals, while Jimmy O'Brien and Grant Alenson had seven points apiece for the Cougars (14-0).

Girls' lacrosse

Memorial 16, Nashua South 12: At Manchester, Nashua South senior Colleen Rottman scored seven goals, but the Panthers came up short on the road. Maddie Coughlin added three goals for Nashua South.

Pinkerton 18, Concord 9: At Concord, Maggie McCarthy scored five goals on the Crimson Tide as Pinkerton improved to 13-3. Kennedy Daziel tallied two goals and four assists, and teammate Erin Coutts had three goals and two assists.

Souhegan 15, Londonderry 11: At Londonderry, Souhegan's Mickenzie Larivee and Madison Learned each scored four goals and the Sabers outscored the Lancers 8-4 in the second half. Alexa Bedell led Londonderry with three goals.

Pinkerton 18, Concord 9: At Concord, Maggie McCarthy scored five goals on the Crimson Tide as Pinkerton improved to 13-3. Kennedy Daziel tallied two goals and four assists, and teammate Erin Coutts had three goals and two assists.


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