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NHIAA Roundup: Big afternoon for Alenson, Derryfield

Senior captain Grant Alenson recorded his 300th career point and Derryfield School of Manchester notched its 100th boys' lacrosse program victory since gaining varsity status in 2007 in a 25-0 win over host Stevens of Claremont Friday.

Alenson had five goals and two assists for Derryfield, which improved to 15-0. On the day, a dozen different Cougars found the score sheet. Matt Dubreuil (three goals), Simon Levenson (goal, two assists) chipped in for Derryfield.

Goalies Alan Mello (two saves) and Tommy Cissel (one save) combined on the shutout. Stevens is 0-13.

Boys' lacrosse

John Stark 18, Kearsarge 4: At Weare on senior day, Brody Fredericks (seven goals, two assists), Colbey Decotis (five goals, assist) and Matt Richard (four goals, five assists) led the way for Stark (9-3).

Bishop Guertin 13, Exeter 5: At Exeter Thursday, the Cardinals improved to 15-2. Connor Donahue (two goals, three assists), Tom Hurley (two goals, two assists) and Dom St. Laurent (three goals, two assists) led BG. Exeter (7-7) got three goals and an assist from Buddy Carr.

Goffstown 15, Keene 4: At Keene, Steve Dubois had five goals and four assists and Jack Carney scored five goals with three assists to lead the Grizzlies (11-2). Keene fell to 1-12.

Pembroke 11, Hopkinton 8: At Pembroke, Glenn Dion (six goals) and Kam Anderson (two goals) led the offense for the Spartans.

Girls’ lacrosse

Bishop Guertin 20, Spaulding 2: At Nashua, Kristin Cameron scored four goals and added an assist to pace a varied Cardinals (11-3) attack. Averi Farhat (three goals, assist) and Katherine Lambert (two goals, three assists) chipped in as well. Spaulding fell to 0-12.

Dover 15, Goffstown 14: At Goffstown, Dover edged the Grizzlies to improve to 4-10. Goffstown fell to 5-8. Lexi Foster (three goals, assist), Sydney Dubois (five goals, two assists), Sydney Gagnon (two goals, two assists) and McKenzie Chu (two goals, two assists) led Goffstown.


Londonderry 9, Nashua South 0: Leah Hunt pitched six innings of shutout ball, allowing three hits, and went 3-for-4 with three RBIs for Londonderry (8-7). Sam Harris added a hit and an RBI for the Lancers. Nashua South is 1-14.

Raymond 3, Farmington 0: At Raymond, freshmen Makayla Makepeace and Kim McLaughlin (who came on in the third inning) combined to shut out Farmington (7-7). Defense was key for Raymond (9-5) as catcher Danyel McNicholas threw out two base runners and left fielder Makenzie Philibert threw out a runner at home in the third inning.

McNicholas and Alex Cole had RBI base hits in the first inning to get the scoring started.


Goffstown 8, Sanborn 1: At Goffstown, Tyler Perron and Chris Hood combined to limit Sanborn to four hits. Perron hit two home runs. Hood and Kyle Indingaro also had two hits each for Goffstown.

Nashua North 5, Alvirne 3: At Hudson, Sam McCarthy struck out eight over six innings to lead North. Ricky Constant picked up the save. Colby Gunter (three hits, RBI) and Spencer Madden (two hits) chipped in for North (8-10).

Matt McKinley (two hits, RBI) and Kyle McKinley (RBI single) paced Alvirne (8-6).

Bishop Guertin 3, Spaulding 2: At Nashua, Andrew Mierzwa led off the sixth with a single and Matt Tierney drove him in with a hard drive into right field that got away. Jason Ferlan hit a ball back through the box to score the winning run.

Shane Nowak (2-for-3, RBI) and Ferlan got the win on the mound, allowing three hits over six innings. Andrew Williams picked up the save. BG improved to 11-7 and Spaulding is 9-6.

Londonderry 4, Nashua South 3 (8 innings): At Londonderry, the Lancers scored single runs in the seventh (to tie the game) and eighth innings for the win. Ben Byerly (4-for-4) and Geoff Kayo (2-for-3, RBI) led the way for Londonderry. Tom Corey got the win in relief, throwing six innings of one-run baseball.

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