Finals Day: NHIAA titles to be decided today in baseball, softball, boys' volleyball
Today's NHIAA State FinalsBASEBALL
at NE Delta Dental Stadium
Div. I: Londonderry vs. Pinkerton, 4 p.m.
Div. II: Goffstown vs. Plymouth, 7 p.m.
Div. III: Campbell vs. Somersworth, 10 a.m.
Div. IV: Gorham vs. Sunapee, 1 p.m.
Div. I: Spaulding vs. Dover, 7 p.m.
Div. II: Coe-Brown vs. John Stark, 4:30 p.m.
at Plymouth State
Div. III: White Mountains vs. Campbell, 4 p.m.
Div. IV: Portsmouth Christian vs. Wilton-Lyndeborough, 2 p.m.
at Nashua North
Div. I: Timberlane vs. Salem, 6 p.m.
Beyond the borders, most of the state’s top track and field athletes will compete for regional titles at Bridgewater State University in southeastern Massachusetts.
With showers in the forecast until early afternoon, weather could be a factor, though the NEDD is known to have excellent drainage. As of Friday, the NHIAA had no timetable for a decision on whether to delay play.
Two finals each will take place at Plymouth State and Southern New Hampshire universities.
At Plymouth State, No. 2 Wilton-Lyndeborough is scheduled to face No. 4 Portsmouth Christian Academy in the Division IV final at 2 p.m., followed by No. 1 White Mountains Regional of Whitefield and No. 3 Campbell at 4.
One final that shouldn’t be affected by weather is the boys’ volleyball match between perennial champion Salem and third seed Timberlane Regional of Plaistow, set to take place indoors at Nashua High North, beginning at 6 p.m.
Track and field
Athletes from all three track and field divisions will be competing in Bridgewater after qualifying for the New England Interscholastic Outdoor Championships during last Saturday’s NHIAA Meet of Champions.
Among the girls, Coe-Brown junior Hannah Parker is No. 1 in the 800-meter run, with a top time of 2 minutes 8.42 seconds; Lebanon freshman Corinne Kennedy is ranked first in the 300-meter hurdles, with a time of 43.54 seconds; Ariel Clachar, another Coe-Brown junior, is the top seed in the long jump, at a distance of 18 feet, 1 1/2 inches; and Morgan Ferland, a junior at Fall Mountain Regional of Langdon, is No. 1 in the discus, at 127-7.