High School Roundup: Pelham girls win, remain unbeatenUnion Leader Staff
April 17. 2018 11:32PM
The Pelham High School softball team scored 11 runs over the final two innings to earn a 17-5 road victory over Manchester West and stay unbeaten on Tuesday.
The Pythons (3-0) plated six runs in the sixth and five more in the seventh. West (0-2) scored all five of its runs in the fifth inning to cut Pelham’s lead to 6-5.
Abbey Bevens had four hits and three RBIs, and Kate Fisher logged three hits and three RBIs for the Pythons. Madison Burke added three hits and two RBIs for Pelham.
Paige McNamara had two hits and two RBIs and Brianna Emery tallied two hits and scored a run for the Blue Knights.
Campbell 15, Hanover 1 (5 inn.): In Litchfield, Olivia Byers earned the win, allowing two hits alongside five strikeouts. Camryn Wirbal and Emma Rousseau each had two hits for Campbell (2-0). Hanover is 0-2.
Concord 4, Pinkerton 0: In Derry, Jacob Knowles tossed a three-hit shutout for Concord (3-1), which scored all of its runs in the seventh inning. Knowles gave up one walk alongside the three hits and struck out four Astros on 82 pitches. Knowles and teammate Eric Sullivan each logged two hits.
Pinkerton starter Asa Runge struck out five and allowed four hits and one walk over five innings. Jacob Unkles, Richard Marique and Connor Jenkins each had a hit for the Astros (2-2).
Bedford 13, Nashua North 0 (5 inn.): In Nashua, Ryan Lee had two doubles, a single and four RBIs for Bedford (5-0). Teammate Grant Lavigne scored three runs, was twice hit by a pitch and walked twice. Geoff Mosseau earned the win, allowing two hits and striking out eight over four innings. Nashua North is 2-1.
Bishop Guertin 16, Needham (Mass.) 9: In Needham, Mass., Brian Cameron scored five times while Sean Cameron and Drew Hailey each had a hat trick for Bishop Guertin of Nashua (3-0).
Brian Cameron also had seven assists.
Pinkerton 13, Londonderry 6: In Derry, Ryan Auger logged four goals while Chad Teresky, Owen McCormack and Shawn Tewksbury each scored twice for Pinkerton (3-0), which led, 10-4, at halftime. Alex Sturgess made six saves and Gennaro Marra won 15 of 20 faceoffs for the Astros. Londonderry (2-1) scored two goals in the first, second and fourth quarters.
Derryfield 20, Manchester Memorial 3: In Manchester, Matt Weimer had a hat trick for Derryfield (3-0). Teammates Robbie Dowst, Connor Glosner, John Anderson and Gunnar Senatore each scored twice. Rickie Beauparlant scored a goal for Manchester Memorial (0-2).
Timberlane 16, Spaulding 1: In Rochester, Matt Licata logged a game-high four goals alongside three assists for Timberlane of Plaistow (1-1). Teammates Jack Gray, Cody Fleming and Chris Lund each had two goals. Fleming also added three assists. Spaulding is 1-2.
Dover 12, St. Thomas 3: In Dover, Cam Lent had five goals and two assists and Dom Silverio logged three goals and an assist for the Green Wave (3-0). Justin Colizzi also scored three times and Noah Schwartz made seven saves for Dover. Jack O’Brien scored for St. Thomas (1-2).
Pinkerton 9, Bishop Guertin 8: In Nashua, Lauren Lisauskas scored four goals for Pinkerton Academy of Derry (4-0). Madison Peredna, Hailey Peredna, Meaghan Michaud, Kiley Davis and Madison Daziel each scored once and Dani Martineau made four saves for the Astros. Grace Young played well in goal for Bishop Guertin (4-1).
Londonderry 19, Dover 2: In Londonderry, Catie Derhak scored five times and Meghan Jackes added four goals for Londonderry (2-2). The Lancers also received two goals each from Maddy Walden, Shannon Fraser and Sarah Duarte. Dover (1-2) scored once in each half.
Souhegan 17: Nashua South 2: In Amherst, Taylor Clark had six goals and two assists and Savannah Behn added five goals for Souhegan (4-0). Abby Cranney had three goals and and assist, O’Neill Galinson tallied three assists and Alex LaBrosse made four saves for the Sabers. Sarah Signorello scored twice and Abby Rowe made six saves for Nashua South (0-3).
Windham 10, Oyster River 9: In Windham, Ryane Farrell and Hailey Davis each had hat tricks and Madi Connelly scored twice for the Jaguars (2-1).
Allie Connelly and Chloe Maczuba also scored and Alex Perkins made 10 saves for Windham. The score was tied at 4-4 at halftime. Oyster River of Durham is 1-2.
Winnacunnet 3, Keene 1: In Hampton, the Warriors prevailed by scores of 25-18, 24-26, 25-22 and 25-15. Outside hitter Jared Pollock led the Keene offense with 14 kills, a .231 hitting percentage, three blocks, and seven digs.
Middle blocker Myles Bergin had two aces, 12 kills, three blocks, and 15 digs. Setter Ryan Walton had one kill, 26 assists, and seven digs, and libero Rob Greenwood added two aces, one kill, and 15 digs for the Blackbirds.
Londonderry 7, Salem 2
Singles: Jay Hayes (L) def. Matt Tiller, 8-2; Tanner Fortier (L) def. Aidan Gallo, 8-2; Ryan Leo (L) def. Will Caraccio, 8-3; Tyler Cullen (L) def. Nick Sheedy, 8-2; Ben Dons (L) def. Dylan Laudani, 8-2; Rayane Razouk (S) def. Jacob Escott, 8-3.
Doubles: Hayes/Leo (L) def. Tiller/Caraccio, 8-3; Fortier/Cullen (L) def. Gallo/Sheedy, 8-2; Laudani/Razouk (S) def. Dons/Escott, 8-2.
Records: Londonderry 3-2; Salem 0-5
Pinkerton 9, Alvirne 0
Singles: Seb Tonini (P) def. Connor Lambert, 8-1; Henry Su (P) def. Kyle Ping, 8-0; John Marineau (P) def. Cole Taylor, 8-4; Henry Andrews (P) def. Jake Natola, 8-1; Connor Jowett (P) def. Anish Menghani, 8-2; Jeff Marquis (P) def. Christos Tufts, 8-0.
Doubles: Tonini/Marineau (P) def. Lambert/Ping, 8-2; Su/Andrews (P) def. Taylor/Natola, 8-1; Marquis/Colby Day (P) def. Menghani/Oliver Thomas, 8-4.
Records: Pinkerton 5-0; Alvirne 0-5
Bishop Guertin 9, Merrimack 0
Singles: Chris Wang (B) def. Greg Keeler, 8-2; Spencer Beek (B) def. Cam Wilson, 8-4; Ryan Fitzgerald (B) def. CJ Terranova, 8-5; Vladimir Kupchik (B) def. Colby Benoit, 8-0; Evan Butler (B) def. OM PanWalker, 8-2; Kevin Stinson (B) def. Matt Tobey, 8-0.
Doubles: Beek/Fitzgerald (B) Def. Keeler/Wilson, 8-3; Wang/Graham Diack (B) def. Terranova/Benoit, 8-3; Butler/Joe Stinson (B) def. PanWalker/Tobey, 8-3.
Records: Bishop Guertin 1-3; Merrimack 0-3
Salem 8, Londonderry 1
Singles: Amelia Brenner (L) def. Natasha Vallis, 9-8 (7-5); Kristen Carney (S) def. Rachel Cook, 8-3; Allie Sullivan (S) def. Rachel Court, 8-2; Dakota Santo (S) def. Amanda Wells 9-8 (8-6); Courtney Richards (S) def. Emily Hatem, 8-0; Emma Bailey (S) def. Melanie Methot, 8-3.
Doubles: Vallis/Carney (S) def. Brenner/Cook, 8-0; Sullivan/Santo (S) def. Court/Hatem, 8-4; Allison Hamel/Emily Bucciero (S) def. Methot/Alyssa Trearor, 9-8 (7-4).
Records: Salem 3-2; Londonderry 0-3
Bedford 9, Alvirne 0
Singles: Carley Citron (B) def. Sarah Yi, 8-1; Caroline Herz (B) def. Jess Lortie, 8-0; Taylor Suozzo (B) def. Sara Ruigrot, 8-4; Sophia Dimos (B) def. Emma Beals, 8-0; Alba Iturriagagoitia (B) def. Ellie Ochieng, 8-0; Caroline Robinson (B) def. Tammy Greenlaw, 8-0.
Doubles: Citron/Herz (B) def. Yi/Lortie, 8-2; Suozzo/Katelyn Hirnak (B) def. Ruigrot/Beals, 8-1; Dimos/Robinson (B) def. Ochieng/Greenlaw, 8-1.
Records: Bedford 3-0; Alvirne 0-5
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