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NHIAA Scoreboard, May 17, 2013

BASEBALL

AT LITCHFIELD
Campbell 2, Bow 0
Bow (11-3) -000 000 0—0-2-2
Campbell (10-4) 001 100 x—2-3-1

Sam Morrow (LP), Sebastian Strong (5) and Chris Fournier; Connor Sahlin (WP) and Cody Caron

AT WILTON
Wilton/Lyndonborough 3, Epping 2
Epping (1-13) 200 000 0—2-511
Wilton (7-6) 100 200 x—3-8-0

WP: Christian Seeley; LP: Nate Cameron

AT DERRY
Pinkerton 9, Trinity 8
Trinity (6-10) -200 042 1—9-13-2
Pinkerton (5-11) 106 001 0—8-9-2

Rick Casey, Chris Gerossie, Connor Donahue (WP/7) and Nate Rossi; Carmen Giampetruzzi, Colby Fortin (5) and Zack Szczechowicz, Ryan Slatky.

AT HANOVER
Hanover 5, John Stark 0
John Stark (3-11) -000 000 0—0-0-1
Hanover (8-5) --001 022 x—5-5-1

Joe Cravero (WP) and Cyrus Rothwell-Ferraris; Kelm (LP), Colby and Thompson.

AT NASHUA
Londonderry 9, Nashua South 0
Londonderry (11-4) 002 401 2—9-12-2
Nashua South (6-0) 000 000 0—0-2-2

Rob Del Signore (WP) and Colby Joncus; JJ Dunn (LP), Dube (4) and Alex Dunn.

AT Amherst
ConVal 6, Souhegan 4
ConVal (9-4) -002 031 0—6-6-6
Souhegan (7-7) 000 300 1—4-8-4

Clough (WP) and Aborn; Bryce Knight (LP), Chandler MacKenzie (5) and Cameron Crook, Andrew MacDonald.

AT SUNAPEE
Sunapee 14, Derryfield 4
Derryfield (8-5) -000 202—4-4-6
Sunapee (10-4) 210 056—14-10-1

Jack Weinberger (WP), Cole Cruz (6) and Noah Skarin; Nick Regan (LP), James Adie (5) and Jim Larson, Parker Blaisdell, Nick Regan.

AT PEMBROKE
Pembroke 10, Windham 9
Windham (10-4) -003 100 5—9-9-3
Pembroke (11-4) 014 023 x—10-9-1

Jerry Caruso (WP), Mike Barnum, Gus Connolly and Mike Martinez; Peterson (LP), Murphy, Moray and Magee.

AT HANOVER
Hanover 5, John Stark 0
John Stark (3-11) -000 000 0—0-0-1
Hanover (8-5) --001 022 x—5-5-1

Joe Cravero (WP) and Cyrus Rothwell-Ferraris; Kelm (LP), Colby and Thompson.

AT AMHERST
ConVal 6, Souhegan 4
ConVal (9-4) -002 031 0—6-6-6
Souhegan (7-7) 000 300 1—4-8-4

Clough (WP) and Aborn; Bryce Knight (LP), Chandler MacKenzie (5) and Cameron Crook, Andrew MacDonald.

AT SUNAPEE
Sunapee 14, Derryfield 4
Derryfield (8-5) -000 202—4-4-6
Sunapee (10-4) 210 056—14-10-1

Jack Weinberger (WP), Cole Cruz (6) and Noah Skarin; Nick Regan (LP), James Adie (5) and Jim Larson, Parker Blaisdell, Nick Regan.



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BOYS' LACROSSE
AT MANCHESTER
Derryfield 17, Stevens 1
Stevens (2-10) --1 0 0 0 — 1
Derryfield (14-0) --7 6 4 1 — 17

Scoring: D - Jimmy O'Brien 3-4, Matt Milne 6-0, Grant Alenson 4-3, Arthur Krogman 0-2, Griffin Phaneuf 1-1, Tyler Zorn 1-1, Peter Thompson 0-1, Simon Levenson 1-0, Michael Chiasson 1-2; S - Kyle Cochrane 1-0, Sean Root 0-1 Goalies: D - Mitch Green 3, Alan Mello 1; S - Joe Marsinelli 15

AT GOFFSTOWN
Goffstown 15, Keene 2
Keene (2-11) --0 0 0 2 — 2
Goffstown (8-4) --5 2 6 2 — 15

Scoring: G - Logan Allard 3-2, Connor Bourque 1-0, Jack Carney 2-2, Brad Chapdelaine 3-1, Stephen Dubois 1-1, Kyle Leblanc 1-0, Sam Shearin 4-3. K - N/A. Goalies: G - Andrew Chretien 9; K - N/A.
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GIRLS' LACROSSE

AT LONDONDERRY
Souhegan 15, Londonderry 11
Souhegan (12-1) --7 8 — 15
Londonderry (10-4) --7 4 — 11

Scoring: S - Jamie Wallisch 5-0, Mickenzie Larivee 4-3, Madison Learned 4-1, Jesse Jay 1-1, Jocelyn Donohue 1-0, Kate Bermingham 0-1; L - Alexa Bedell 3-0, Julia Wasserman 2-3, Chelsea Lewis 2-1, Noelle Lambert 2-0, Hannah Kearney 1-0, Maeve Holland 1-0. Goalies: S - Megan Kolopsky 13; L - Sarah Ford 12.

AT CONCORD
Pinkerton 18, Concord 9
Pinkerton (13-3) --10 8 — 18
Concord (7-9) --5 4 — 9

Scoring: P - Michelle Barrett 1-1, Kennedy Daziel 2-4, Micaela Capozzo 2-1, Sierra Sanchez 1-0, Erin Coutts 3-2, Maggie McCarthy 5-0, Amanda Szostak 2-0, Colby Millsaps 2-1; C - Mary Annon 1-0, Lexi Erikson 2-0, Grace Orzechowski 2-0, Adelaine Symmes 2-1, Veronica Daniels 2-0 Goalies: P - Sarah Lambert 1, Julia Hoyt 2

AT MERRIMACK
Winnacunnet 7, Merrimack 2

Singles: Ross Kenney (W) d. Chris Lore, 8-1; Sean Demers (M) d. Alex Howard, 8-6; Eric Dunn (W) d. Jake Stetson, 8-2; Andrew MacEachern (M) d. Chris Reilly, 8-2; Ian Valcich (W) d. Matt Keller, 8-4; Nick Minichello (W) d. Jordan Meaney, 8-3. Doubles: Kenney/Reilly d. Lore/MacEachern 8-3; Howard/Dunn d. Demers/Stetson, 8-3; Valcich/Minichello d. Meaney/Keeler 8-1.
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BOYS' TENNIS

AT GOFFSTOWN
Pembroke 5, Goffstown 4

Singles: Marty Pelletier (G) d. Andrew Goulet, 8-0; Nick Flanders (G) d. Joe Caraway, 8-3; Kyle Arnolo (G) d. Alex Chea, 8-1; Andrew Boddie (P) d. Nate Blanchard, 8-2; Kyle Haas (P) d. Ross Theroux, 8-1; Sam Yeaton (P) d. Zach Comeau, 8-2 Doubles: Pelletier/Flanders (G) d. Goulet/Caraway, 8-3; Boddie/Haas (P) d. Arnolo/Blanchard, 8-2; Chea/Yeaton (P) d. Theroux/Comeau, 8-0
Team Records: P - 7-7; G - 6-8

AT AMHERST
Souhegan 5, Derryfield 4

Singles: Johnny Cissel (D) d. Nathanial Dziadek, 8-2; Jason Berk (D) d. Jason Emmond, 8-0; Anthony Zeolie (S) d. Jack O'Leary, 8-2; Patrick Caspar (S) d. Brock Higley, 8-5; Alex Fogelgren (S) d. Jerry Xiong, 8-2; Parker Desborough (S) d. Charles Li, 9-7 Doubles: Cissel/Berk (D) d. Dziadek/Frazier, 8-1; Higley/O'Leary (D) d. Emmond/Zeolie, 8-6; Fogelgren/Desborough (S) d. Li St. Joan, 8-0
Team Records: S - 9-5; D - 5-9.

AT MERRIMACK
Londonderry 6, Merrimack 3 (Wednesday)

Singles: Ryan Broderick (L) d. Chris Lore, 8-1; Tim Court (L) d. Sean Demers, 8-0; Matt McKinney (L) d. Jake Stetson, 8-1; Mike Paquette (L) d. Andrew MacEachern, 8-2; Matt Keeler (M) d. Luke Rowley, 8-1; Jordan Meaney (M) d. Natyhan Mackay-Wright, 8-4. Doubles: Broderick/Court d. Lore/MacEachern, 8-1; McKinney/Paquette d. Demers/Stetson, 8-3; Meaney/Keeler d. Rowley/Mackay-Wright 8-1.

AT MERRIMACK
Winnacunnet 7, Merrimack 2

Singles: Ross Kenney (W) d. Chris Lore, 8-1; Sean Demers (M) d. Alex Howard, 8-6; Eric Dunn (W) d. Jake Stetson, 8-2; Andrew MacEachern (M) d. Chris Reilly, 8-2; Ian Valcich (W) d. Matt Keller, 8-4; Nick Minichello (W) d. Jordan Meaney, 8-3. Doubles: Kenney/Reilly d. Lore/MacEachern 8-3; Howard/Dunn d. Demers/Stetson, 8-3; Valcich/Minichello d. Meaney/Keeler 8-1.

AT MANCHESTER
Memorial 5, Nashua South 4

Singles: Aaron Wang (NS) d. Andrew Johnson, 8-4; Kris Marineau (M) d. Mike Hirsch, 8-6; Kauschill Patel (NS) d. Michael Tran, 8-4, Sumeet Salvi (NS) d. Duy Dinh, 8-6; Thomas Tran (M) d. Brandon Stempler, 8-0; High Phillis (NS) d. Fuizan Khalid, 8-3. Doubles: Johnson/Marineau d. Wang/Patel, 8-3; Patel/Dinh d. Stempler/Phillis, 8-0; Tran/Khalid d. Same McIntyre/Brian Barrows, 8-2.
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GIRLS' TENNIS
AT AMHERST
St. Thomas 9, Souhegan 0

Singles: Isabelle Leonard d. Maeve Morgan, 8-1; Michelle Trainor d. Annie Protzmann, 8-1; Maggie Holland d. Sara Noble, 8-2; Kelly Corson d. Alex Kibbie, 8-2; Mary Diharce d. Bailey Farris, 8-0; Casey Faral d. Gina Mancini, 8-0 Doubles: Leonard/Trainor d. Morgan/Noble, 8-0; Holland/Corson d. Kibbie/Farris, 8-0; Diharce/Faral d. Mancini/Natalie Nelson, 8-1
Team Records: STA - 13-1; Sou - 7-7

AT PEMBROKE
Goffstown 5, Pembroke 4

Singles: Emma Stillman (G) d. Melina Katilharidis 9-8 (7-4); Isabella Bayer (P) d. Kim MacPhail, 8-3; Steph Turasz (P) d. Georgia Caine, 8-5; Annika Jens (G) d. Gabby Bonanno, 8-4; Bridget Kisselback (G) d. Allyson Daniels, 8-3; Aly Sotwell (G) d. Amanda Rose, 8-0. Doubles: Katilharidis/Turasc d. Stillman/MacPhail, 9-7; Bayer/Bonnano d. Caine/Kisselback, 8-2; Jens/Sotwell d. Daniels/Karyn Veinotte, 8-4.

AT AMHERST
St. Thomas 9, Souhegan 0

Singles: Isabelle Leonard d. Maeve Morgan, 8-1; Michelle Trainor d. Annie Protzmann, 8-1; Maggie Holland d. Sara Noble, 8-2; Kelly Corson d. Alex Kibbie, 8-2; Mary Diharce d. Bailey Farris, 8-0; Casey Faral d. Gina Mancini, 8-0 Doubles: Leonard/Trainor d. Morgan/Noble, 8-0; Holland/Corson d. Kibbie/Farris, 8-0; Diharce/Faral d. Mancini/Natalie Nelson, 8-1
Team Records: STA - 13-1; Sou - 7-7


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BOYS' VOLLEYBALL

AT DERRY
(Thursday)
Pinkerton 3, Methuen, Mass. 0
25-22, 25-17, 25-15

Leaders: P - Justin Scott 13 kills, 3 assists, 1 block; Zach Sanford 10 kills, 2 aces, 12 digs; Andrew Lechner 9 kills, 5 blocks; Kyle Heidler 23 assists, 2 kills; Cooper Williams 9 service points, 1 ace
Team Records: P - 12-3



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