High schools: Thursday’s results

Published: 05-17-2024 8:47 AM

Girls’ Lacrosse

Hopkinton 15, Plymouth 5

Key players: Hopkinton – Sarah Chodosh (5 goals, assist, 2 draw controls, 2 caused turnovers, 4 ground balls), Sydney Westover (4 goals, 12 draw controls, caused turnover, 2 ground balls), Maeve Owens (3 goals, assist), Autumn Meier (2 goals, assist, 2 caused turnovers), Avery Chase (goal, caused turnover, ground ball), Mary Maughan (2 caused turnovers, 2 ground balls), Marcella Guadagno (3 ground balls), Viola Pietrabissa (14 saves)

Highlights: Plymouth scored two quick goals and led 3-2 at the end of the first quarter, but the Hawks organized their defense and asserted their offense in the second quarter, leading 9-4 at halftime and controlling the game in the second half.

Coach’s quote: “Plymouth started fast and aggressively, catching us off guard. Thanks to excellent goaltending from Viola, we had the time to figure it out. In the second quarter we began connecting and finishing.” – Hopkinton’s Bob Brown

Records: Hopkinton 10-2; Plymouth 4-8

Coe-Brown 17, Kearsarge 5

Key players: Coe-Brown – Kendall Jackson (4 goals), Brooke Kozlowski (5 goals, 2 assists), Avery Keefe (goal, 4 assists), Alexis Muse (7 saves, made her 100th of the season), Bre Peters (defense), Ady Moynihan (defense); Kearsarge – Nadia Spiegal (2 goals, defense) Lilly Chapman (goal), Ella Dumais (goal), Addy Rossi (goal, assist), Ociee Ilg (draw controls and ground balls), Stella Syvertsen (11 saves)

Highlights: Coe-Brown led 6-3 at halftime and extended its lead in the second half.

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Coach’s quote: “Proud of Kearsarge girls’ lacrosse with their hard work and teamwork today, in addition to good lacrosse skill in challenging times.” – Kearsarge’s Katherine Bucklin Stearns

Records: Coe-Brown 6-5; Kearsarge 3-9


Belmont 11, Mascoma 1, 5 inn.

Key players: Belmont – Wyatt Divers (5 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3K), Owen Waldron (2-for-3, double, sacrifice fly, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Anakin Underhill (2-for-4, double, 3 stolen bases, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Jaxson Embree (2-for-4), Wyatt Bamford (1-for-2, 2 walks, 2 RBI, 2 runs)

Highlights: Belmont scored every inning with one run in both the first and second innings, three in the third, two in the fourth and four in the fifth.

Bishop Brady 5, Raymond 1

Key players: Bishop Brady – Owen Thornton (7 IP, 1 ER, 7 K, 6 H; hit, 2 RBI); Andy Hunton (2 hits, 2 runs, stolen base), Luke Bedard (3 hits, RBI, run, 2 stolen bases), Dan Shedd (hit, BB, 2 runs), Aiden Boule (RBI)

Highlights: Hunton reached base on a two-out single and came home on an RBI single by Bedard to make it 1-0 in the bottom of the first. Raymond tied the game in the top of the second, but Thornton hit a two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the third to give the give Brady a 3-1 lead. Kolt Gaudreault capped the scoring with an RBI single in the fifth inning.

Coach’s quote: “Owen was fantastic tonight on the mound on Senior Night, honoring our two Seniors – Andy Hunton and Todd Sheppard – We played great defense tonight behind Owen and got some clutch hits with guys on base to give us the the runs we needed to get the victory. – Bishop Brady’s Skip Foy

Records: Bishop Brady 7-5; Raymond 7-7


Exeter 2, Concord 1

Key players: Concord – Maddy Wachter (7 IP, 2 R, 20 K; hit), Delaney Duford (3 hits, 3 stolen bases, run), Andie Moreira (2 hits, stolen base), Alison Dupuis (hit), Sarah Taylor (hit); Exeter – Annie Christiana (4-for-5, 2 runs), Edy Crawford (7 IP, winning pitcher)

Highlights: After stealing second and third, Duford scored on a throwing error by the Exeter catcher. Christiana had a leadoff double and advanced on a Falcon error, and she eventually scored a walk off winning run on a squeeze play.

Coach’s quote: “A record setting pitching performance by Maddy wasn’t enough against a tough Exeter team celebrating senior night. We had our chances but were unable to overcome poor base running and two errors. We will learn from this and get ready for Senior Night on Friday.” – Concord’s Duke Sawyer

Records: Exeter 12-3; Concord 13-2

Girls’ Tennis

Bow 8, Goffstown 1

Key players: Bow – Grace Modzeleski, Jaden Glace, Maddy Desrosiers and Makaylie Laws (all won 8-0), Lilly Gula (8-2 win)

Highlights: After clinching the match in singles, Bow swept the doubles. Modzeleski and Glace won 8-1, Desrosiers and Laws won 8-3, and Gula and Benedetta Tinelli won 8-5 in Tinelli’s first varsity match.

Records: Bow 7-6; Goffstown 0-13

Girls’ Track

Bow 125.75, Pembroke 61.5, Kingswood 39.5, Bishop Brady 16

Key players: Bow – Hannah Pawlowski (1st 200, 1st 1,600, 1st javelin), Charlotte Weiss (1st discus, 2nd shot put, 2nd javelin, 5th triple jump), Sabrina Bernard (1st shot put, 2nd 400, tied 5th high jump), Charlotte Larochelle (1st long jump, 3rd 100), Camden Wilson (tied 1st high jump, 4th 100, 4th 200), Julia Hou (1st 800), Madison Pfister (tied 1st high jump, 2nd 800), Mackenzie Szczepanik (tied 1st high jump), Gwen Barrieau (2nd triple jump, 4th long jump), Jess Birnbaum (2nd 300 hurdles, 4th triple jump), Lena Thompson (2nd 1,600), Cara Van Dyke (3rd 200), 4x100 (1st), 4x400 (1st); Pembroke – Ty Valley (1st triple jump, 3rd long jump), Avery Kelly (2nd 100, 2nd 200), Blissany Castonguay (1st 3,200), Reagan Ellsworth (2nd discus, 4th 100 hurdles, 5th shot put), Alexis Brown (2nd 1oo hurdles, 3rd 300 hurdles); Bishop Brady – Morgan Casey (tied 1st high jump), Cilla Abrahamson (4th shot put, 5th discus, 5th javelin), Alyssa LaValley (4th 1,600, 5th 800)

Highlights: The Falcons won 10 of 17 events to win a quad meet at Pembroke Academy. Pawlowski won all four of her events, winning three individual competitions and anchoring the winning 4x400 relay.

Boys’ Track

Bow 77, Pembroke 64, Kingswood 63, Bishop Brady 34

Key players: Bow – Eli Wilkening (1st 300 hurdles), Alden Betterley (1st 3,200), Kody McCranie (2nd 100, 2nd 200), Wyatt Worcester (2nd 1,600, 3rd 3,200), Sean Nicholls (2nd discus, 4th javelin, 4th shot put), Charlie Garland (2nd triple jump, 3rd long jump), Collin Atwell (2nd 110 hurdles, 4th 300 hurdles), 4x400 (1st); Pembroke – Zachery Heichlinger (1st discus, 1st javelin, 2nd shot put), Gavin Currier (1st triple jump, 2nd 3,200), Merric Harrington (1st shot put, 3rd javelin), Brandon Lurvey (2nd javelin, 3rd 200); Bishop Brady – Josh Gentchos (1st 100, 1st 200), Ryan Casey (1st 110 hurdles, 2nd 300 hurdles), Joshua-Stephen Bissah (3rd 100, 4th 200), 4x100 (1st)

Highlights: The Falcons closed the regular season by winning a tightly-contested quad meet hosted by Pembroke Academy.