High schools: Monday’s baseball, softball, lacrosse and tennis results

Published: 04-30-2024 12:53 AM


Concord 8, Nashua North 3

Key players: Concord  – Matt Jenness (5.2 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 5 K), Josh Turant (1.1 IP, 0 H, 1 K), Alex Turant (3 hits, 2 runs), Noah Chrabolowski (2 hits, 1 run, 2 RBI), Brett McDonough (hit, 2 RBI), Dawson Fancher (2 hits, run, RBI), Mitch Coffey (2 hits, run, RBI), Joey Mangone (hit, RBI), Kaelen Williams (hit, run), Trevor Craigue (hit, run, RBI), Alex Lewis (hit, run)

Highlights: North took a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the third, but a Craigue RBI single tied the game in the top of the fourth, and RBI singles from Chrabolowski, McDonough and Mangone in the fifth put the Crimson Tide on top.

Coach’s quote: “Great win. We got great pitching by Jenness and Josh Turant, played some sound defense and got some timely hits up and down the lineup.” – Concord’s Scott Owen

Records: Concord 3-7; Nashua North 5-3

Hanover 4, Bow 2

Key players: Bow – Owen Webber (3-for-3, run), Dillan Abbate (2-for-3, double), Colby Smith (1-for-3), Peyton Larrabee (2 ER, 1 BB, 3 K)

Highlights: The game was 2-2 through the first inning, but Hanover scored the game-winning run in the fifth and an insurance run in the sixth.

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Coach’s quote: “We fell into a slump with our bats and couldn’t make a timely hit with runners on base. Hanover did manage a couple of hits in the late innings to make the difference. We have some hitting work to do before our next game.” – Bow assistant Dennis Ordway

Records: Hanover 3-3; Bow 5-2

Pelham 5, Coe-Brown 1

Key players: Coe-Brown  – Justin Stevens (2-for-3, run), Sammy Rose (hit; 2 IP, 1 K), Jackson Miller (2 IP, 1 ER)

Coach’s quote: “Some positives to take from tonight.” – Coe-Brown’s Rob Stockman

Records: Pelham 6-2; Coe Brown 1-7

John Stark 15, Laconia 1, 5 inn.

Key players: John Stark – Travis Lisofsky (3-for-3, 3 RBI, 2 runs), Parker LaClair (2-for-3, run), Deltyn Williams (win, 3 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 3 K), Joey Dykstra (1-for-2, double, 2 RBI, run, walk, stolen base; 1 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 3 K)

Highlights: The Generals pounded out 12 runs in the first two innings and cruised behind solid pitching to win in five innings.

Coach’s quote: “Great start right off the bat for us today and we got the whole roster a lot of reps. A testament to how deep of a roster we have. We have a couple very tough games the rest of this week to get ready for.” – John Stark’s Dennis Pelletier

Records: John Stark 7-0; Laconia 0-5

Merrimack Valley 15, Kingswood 1, 6 inn.

Key players: MV – Luke Dougherty (6 IP, 5 H, 6 K), Eli Wormald (2-for-4), Cam Chevarie (2-for-2, 3 walks), Will McPherson (2-for-3, 2 RBI), Reece Clermont (2-for-5, 2 RBI)

Highlights: The Pride broke open a 2-1 game with four runs in the top of the four and put the game out of reach by plating nine runs in the sixth.

Coach’s quote: “Great team win.” – MV’s Sean Wheeler

Records: MV 4-1; Kingswood 3-3

Lebanon 4, Pembroke 2, 8 inn.

Key players: Pembroke – Owen Stewart (7 IP; 2-for-4, run), Devin Riel (run, double), Josh Goyette (hit), Josh Maccarone (hit), Evan Purtell (hit)

Highlights: The Spartans had a 2-0 lead at the end of the first inning, but a Lebanon run in the top of the fourth forced extra innings and the Raiders capitalized with a pair of runs in the eighth.

Records: Lebanon 3-3; Pembroke 2-3

Belmont 16, Berlin 1, 5 inn.

Key players: Belmont – Brady Thurber (5 IP, 2 H, 4 K, 1 BB), Eddie Rochenski (2-for-2, 3 RBI), Wyatt Divers (2-for-3, 3 RBI, 2 runs), Michael Collette (2-for-3, double, walk, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Owen Waldron (2-for-4, double, RBI, 3 runs)

Highlights: Thurber pitched a gem in his varsity debut on the mound and the Raiders amassed 13 hits, nine walks and 13 RBI as a team.

Coach’s quote: “It was a good team win after a long layoff for vacation week. Knowing that we had a busy week we needed Brady Thurber to throw well and he did just that with a good mix of pitches. I’m so happy for Rochenski and Divers who provided us with great production.” – Belmont’s Matt LeBlanc

Records: Belmont 3-1; Berlin 1-6

Campbell 10, Hopkinton 7

Key players: Hopkinton – Travis Windhurst (3-for-4, double, run, RBI), Tyler Czarkowski (1-for-4, double, 3 RBI), Bronson Ammann (1-for-2, 2 walks, run, 2 RBI; 3 assists, 3 putouts at 3B), Michael Pantano (CF, 4 putouts, assist)

Highlights:  The Hawks jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning thanks to an RBI single from Ammann and a bases-clearing three-run double by Czarkowski. But Campbell tied the game 4-4 at the end of three innings and took an 8-4 lead through four. The Cougars led 10-4 before an error led to two Hopkinton runs in the sixth. Windhurst’s RBI single cut Campbell’s lead to 10-7, but the inning ended with the bases loaded.

Coach’s quote: “Extremely proud of how the team came out of the gate early scoring four runs. By far our best start offensively this season. Campbell did take the wind out of our sails a little bit in the middle innings when they started scoring. However, the guys did not give up as we scored three more runs, but left six guys on base with three of them in scoring position.  As a team we just need to clean up some of our execution to make sure we can capitalize both offensively and defensively.” – Hopkinton’s Kevin Hill

Records: Campbell 6-1; Hopkinton 1-4

Winnisquam 11, Newfound 1, 5 inn.

Key players: Winnisquam  – Alex Nichols (5 IP, 4 H, 3 K, 2 BB), Justin Tardif (3-for-4, first varsity hits), Zach St. Onge (2 hits), Ethan Carter (2 hits)

Highlights: Winnisquam scored seven runs in the second inning and took advantage of eight Newfound errors and seven walks to put the game away in five innings.

Coach’s quote: “We hit the ball well and took advantage of a few errors and walks. It was nice to put a couple of crooked numbers on the board. Alex was solid on the mound. It’s a good feeling to get the first one.” – Winnisquam’s Fred Caruso

Records: Winnisquam 1-4; Newfound 2-2


Concord 18, Nashua North 1, 5 inn.

Key players: Concord – Avery MacDonald (4 IP, ER, 2 H, BB, 6 K; hit, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Nathalee Rowell (1-2-3 in 1 IP, 2 K in varsity debut), Laura Lorenze (RBI double in first varsity AB), Andie Moreira (triple, double, walk, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Tess Bolduc (2 doubles, walk, 2 RBI, 2 runs, stolen base), Delaney Duford (triple, 2 walks, RBI, 2 runs), Maggie Taylor (double, 2 walks, 2 RBI, 3 runs), Maddy Wachter (walk, HBP, run), Ali Dupuis (walk, HBP, sacrifice, 2 RBI, run), Jaylyn Wessling (double, walk, RBI, 2 runs), Lily Hackett (hit, 2 walks, 2 runs), Ella Gray (walk, sacrifice, RBI), Cam Dubois (HBP, run)

Highlights: Concord used 10 hits – eight of them for extra bases – with 12 walks and three hit batters to break the game wide open and back the two-hit pitching of MacDonald and Rowell.

Coach’s quote: “We were able to call up four JV players and got nice contributions from all of them either offensively or defensively.” – Concord assistant Sandy Smith

Records: Concord 7-1; Nashua North 0-9

Bow 9, Hanover 3

Key players: Bow – Caly Poitras (4-for-5, 2 doubles, 3 RBI; 3 IP, 3 K, 0 BB), Reis Domini (3-for-4, double), Stella Wantuck (2-for-2, 3 RBI), Raegan Wyman (1-for-4, 2-run single), Lauren Oppold (3 IP, 2 K, 2 BB)

Highlights: The Falcons led 2-0 early, but had to fight back from a 3-2 deficit to secure Monday’s win.

Coach’s quote: “This group never gives up. Our bats continue to get stronger.” – Bow’s Cassidy Emerson

Records: Bow 6-1; Hanover 2-4

Coe-Brown 18, Pelham 0

Key players: Coe-Brown – Jayden Porter (5 IP, 2 H; 3-for-4, 2 RBI), Kylie Bieniek (3-for-4, 2 HR, 5 RBI), Annie Jerome (3-for-4, HR, triple), Haile Comeau (4-for-4, HR)

Coach’s quote: “We had a game plan and the girls executed it perfectly. They are really hitting their stride.” – Coe-Brown’s David Allis

Records: Coe-Brown 7-1; Pelham 4-3

Kingswood 5, Merrimack Valley 0

Key players: MV – Kayla Smith (1-for-3), Ryleigh Perry (1-for-3), Addy Allen (CF)

Highlights: Cadence Allberg and Liv Seeley pitched well, only allowing four earned runs between them.

Coach’s quote: “Good overall game versus a top team in our division.” – MV’s Kevin O’Brien

Records: Kingswood 5-1; MV 2-2

St. Thomas 12, Hopkinton 0
St. Thomas 15, Hopkinton 5

Key players: Hopkinton – Steph Elrick (3.1 IP, 6 H, 4 R, 5 K, 1 BB in Game 1; 2-for-4, triple in Game 2), Heidi Archambault (hit in Game 1), Paige Boudette (hit in Game 1), Annie Morrall (2 hits, 2 walks, 2 stolen bases in Game 2), Kinley St. Cyr (hit in Game 2), Skylar Clay (hit in Game 2)

Highlights: The Hawks dropped a doubleheader on the road against the Saints. After a strong start in the circle in Game 1, Elrick was pulled to be able to pitch in Game 2, but Hopkinton’s defense broke down and the offense could only muster two hits in the first loss. St. Thomas took a 5-0 lead early in Game 2 and held the lead for the win, despite the Hawks picking things up offensively.

Coach’s quote: “Despite the scores, our players remained positive and eager to learn from their mistakes.” – Hopkinton’s Liz Kovar

Records: St. Thomas 8-0; Hopkinton 0-5

Boys’ Lacrosse

Bow 17, Milford 2

Key players: Bow – Brodie O’Neil (5 goals, 2 assists), TJ Ingalls (3 goals, 2 assists), Billy Smethurst (goal, 3 assists), Jake Antuna (3 goals, assist, 12-for-15 on faceoffs, 13 ground balls), Gavin McCabe (2 goals, assist), Ryan McCabe (goal, assist), Sam Bennett (goal), Nate Davis (goal)

Highlights: Sophomore goalie Brad Ekstrom earned 20th career win in goal and senior O’Neil led the Falcons with seven points.

Coach’s quote: “Players win games and I’m happy for the boys today. We’re at the point where we have our process, but it’s going to become about how good can we get at our process and how can we keep our process through the ups and downs. We’re getting there.” – Bow’s Devin Calkins

Records: Bow 5-1; Milford 0-4

Coe-Brown 10, Bishop Brady 6

Key players: Coe-Brown – Jack Matson (9 saves), Colby Strum (7-for-11 faceoffs), Sam Frye (4 goals, 2 assists), Garrett Ward (2 goals), Joe Fenton (2 goals)

Highlights: The Bears won their third straight victory thanks to a balanced offensive effort.

Records: Coe-Brown 4-1; Bishop Brady 1-3

Hopkinton 17, Trinity 1

Key players: Hopkinton – Kip Hedquist (3 goals, 2 assists), Shane Smith (3 goals), Ozzie Rosenholm (2 goals, 21-for-21 faceoffs, 14 ground balls), Thaddeus Maughan (2 goals, 4 ground balls), Owen Buss (goal, assist), Patty Buss (goal, assist), Soren Puc (2 assists), Cam Bassett (goal, 4 ground balls, 4 caused turnovers), Brayden Crawford (assist, 3 ground balls, 2 caused turnovers), Avery Condon (assist, 2 ground balls, 2 caused turnovers)

Highlights: The Hawks dominated possession by making smart decisions on offense and pressuring out on defense. Hopkinton’s scoring was consistent and from various players down the roster. Trinity created nice dodging and shots, but the Hawks were quick to recapture the ball and clear it to their offense.

Coach’s quote: “We played a clean game today and did a good job of sticking to our plan. It was nice to see some newer players get in on the action and a few of them also netted their first career goals (Mason Brock, Trigve Thomas and Owen Buss).” – Hopkinton’s Deacon Blue

Records: Hopkinton 5-1; Trinity 0-4

Girls’ Lacrosse

Keene-Monadnock 22, Pembroke 8

Key players: Pembroke – Kendall Purtell (4 goals), Zoey Mayeu (2 goals), Laila Al-Shawafi (2 goals)

Coach’s quote: “The team is gaining confidence and finding more success in the attack.” – Pembroke’s Jenny Jones

Records: Keene-Monadnock 3-2; Pembroke 0-4

Coe-Brown 19, Bishop Brady 6

Key players: Coe-Brown – Avery Keefe (midfield), Alexis Muse (goalie), Kenzie Silva (defense), Ellie Escabi (midfield), Lillian Peabody (midfield)

Coach’s quote: “The girls came on the field exceptionally focused today. It’s really a boost for the team to see pieces starting to fall into place, especially when it ends in a win.” – Coe-Brown’s Kristen Cimino and Tom Johnson

Records: Coe-Brown 2-3; Bishop Brady 0-4

Hopkinton 24, Trinity 5

Key players: Hopkinton – Sydney Westover (6 goals, 3 assists, 13 draw controls, caused turnover, ground ball), Sarah Chodosh (7 goals, assist, 2 draw controls, 3 ground balls), Maeve Owens (6 goals, ground ball), Lilly Chodosh (2 goals, 3 assists, caused turnover), Avery Chase (goal, assist, draw control, caused turnover), Marcella Guadagno (2 assists, 2 caused turnovers, ground ball), Autumn Meier (goal, 2 draw controls, defense), Veronica Nylund (first varsity goal, 2 ground balls), Hallee Schoch (5 saves)

Highlights: Westover’s ability to win draws, and contributions from Westover, Owens and the Chodosh sisters gave the Hawks an early lead and they never looked back.

Coach’s quote: “The usual suspects had a great game. Lilly Chodosh, sophomore, had a standout game from the attack position in all aspects – assists, the ride, caused turnover and goals. Younger players continuing this kind of play is what we need.” – Hopkinton’s Bob Brown

Records: Hopkinton 4-2; Trinity 3-3

Boys’ Tennis

Kearsarge 9, Prospect Mtn. 0

Key players: Kearsarge – Graham West, Eli Whipple, Billy Reid, Thomas Shepherd, Andrew Zielinski, Rylan Fitzgerald

Highlights: Kearsarge’s six players won both their singles and doubles matches after a 12-day break between contests. The Cougars haven’t dropped any matches since their 5-4 victory over St. Thomas to open the season.

Records: Kearsarge 6-0; Prospect Mtn. 2-3

Girls’ Tennis

Derryfield 9, Concord 0

Key players: Concord – Gracie Lorden, Sarah Saleem

Highlights: Lorden’s 8-1 loss at No. 4 singles and 8-1 loss at No. 2 doubles with Saleem were the only matches that didn’t end in 8-0 scores.

Records: Derryfield 7-0; Concord 1-6

Timberlane 9, Pembroke 0

Key players: Pembroke – Emma Settles (8-6 loss at No. 2 singles)

Highlights: The Spartans played hard against Timberlane.

Coach's quote: “Emma fought hard during the entire match and was on the court longer than anyone else.” – Pembroke’s David Goulet

Records: Timberlane 2-1; Pembroke 0-5

Kearsarge 6, Monadnock 3

Key players: Kearsarge – Tori Montagna (8-1 win at No. 1), Claire MacCreighton (won first varsity singles match 8-0), Luna Landers (8-0 win), Kira Jundt and MacCreighton (8-1 doubles win)

Highlights: Montagna won her singles match to remain undefeated this season, and the Cougars won the No. 6 singles and No. 3 doubles matches by forfeit.

Coach’s quote: “We were just happy to get another match under our belts. We were a little rusty after a week off for spring break, but a win’s a win. The next two weeks will pretty much define the season as we have seven matches in 10 days.” – Kearsarge’s Bubba Williams

Records: Kearsarge 2-2; Monadnock 0-4