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May 04. 2013 1:28AM

NHIAA Roundup: Souhegan's Cinque lifts Sabers over Coe-Brown

Souhegan of Amherst senior lefty Connor Cinque pitched a complete game to lead the Sabers to a 4-2 win over Coe-Brown in Division II baseball on Friday in Northwood. Cinque walked two, struck out four and allowed three hits in seven innings. Peter Brennan was 2-for-3 with two RBIs for the Sabers (4-5). Brennan Riley struck out six, walked five and allowed five hits for Coe-Brown (3-6), and he homered in the seventh to provide one of the two Bears runs.


Central 6, Memorial 3: Dario Vitagliano struck out five in 4 2/3 innings to help Central prevail at Gill Stadium. Collin Duffley, Scott Robidoux and Tim Tetreault each had two hits for the Little Green (2-8). Memorial dropped to 2-7.


Timberlane 12, Salem 4: The top four batters in the Owls' lineup drove in nine runs combined. Jameson Collins drove in three, while Josh David, Ryan McCarthy and Jake Cameron drove in two for Timberlane (4-7). Nate Baker also drove home two for the winners. Jake White had two hits and an RBI for Salem (4-7).


Plymouth 5, John Stark 4: James Henry scored two runs, including the game-tying run, as the Generals fell in walk-off fashion. David Nelson went 3-for-4 with a run scored and RBI for Stark. Josh Colby struck out five in 4 1/3 innings of work, and had a double, an RBI and a run scored.


Berlin 5, Newfound 4: Trevor Leborge went the distance for the Mountaineers, striking out four and walking two while giving up nine hits and four earned runs. Ryan Richard went 3-for-3, scoring two runs, while Jeff O'Neil went 2-for-3. Zach Desrochers allowed five runs, two earned, in six innings for the Bears. Zach Desrochers went 2-for-4 with two doubles and two runs scored. Jacob Dearborn was 2-for-4 and Anthony Talamini was 2-for-2.


Pembroke 7, Lebanon 5:
Freshman Alex Martinez earned his first varsity win with 5 2/3 strong innings, allowing five runs on four hits. The Pembroke (7-2) offense was paced by Seth Gonya, who went 3-for-4 with a run, two stolen bases and two RBIs. Shane St. Onge went 2-for-4 with a triple and two runs scored.


Derryfield 11, Hinsdale 2:
Kyle Slevira pitched a complete game and struck out nine to help Derryfield raise its Division IV record to 5-3. Sophomore Max Hatheway collected three hits and four RBIs. Dom Capadonna and Parker Blaisdell each had two hits.


Hanover 10, Hollis/Brookline 7:
Cyrus Rothwell-Ferraris collected four hits, including a double and a triple, and drove in four runs to help Hanover hand Hollis/Brookline its first loss. The Cavaliers entered the game as the only unbeaten baseball team in the state. Joe Cravero struck out eight in five innings and also had four RBIs for Hanover.


Portsmouth Christian 6, Epping 3:
Wes Tobin went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and got the win on the mound with five innings of three-hit, three-run ball. He struck out nine. John Boomhower went 2-for-3 for Epping. Nate Cameron took the loss for the Blue Devils, allowing all six runs, only two of which were earned, in a complete-game effort. Epping was undone by four errors.



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Softball


Man. Central 11, Man. Memorial 1:
Freshman Kindred St. Germain went 3-for-4 with three RBIs in the Little Green's win. Sarah Lavallee struck out 15 for the winners, allowing six hits and one run. Ally Mayo went 4-for-4, and Lavallee, Gabby Desjardins and Corinne Auger all had two hits for Central. Aubre Hornor and Lejla Kosic each had two hits for Memorial.


Trinity 6, Windham 4:
Katie Pelton struck out eight Windham batters and allowed seven hits in six-plus innings. Nicole Stephen had the big for Trinity (6-3), a run-scoring triple in the fifth inning. Trinity scored five times in the fifth aided by three Windham errors. Sidney Elithorpe had two hits and three RBIs. Rachel Vafides allowed five hits and three earned runs for Windham (8-3). Cailyn Costa tripled and Vafides doubled for the Lady Jags' only extra-base hits.


Bishop Guertin 8, Merrimack 5:
Sophomore Holly Kathios struck out seven in seven innings, and went 3-for-4 with a single, double and triple, three runs scored, and an RBI for the Cardinals. Senior Kenzie McCabe went 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI for BG.



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Boys' lacrosse


Derryfield 13, Trinity 3:
Arthur Krogman had four goals and two assists, and Matt Milne chipped in with three goals and three assists as Derryfield improved to 9-0. Grant Alenson added two goals and two assist for the Cougars, who got 13 saves from Mitch Green. Ben Beale made 11 saves for Trinity (4-4), who got two goals from Tyler Tambouris and a goal and assist from Will Shepard.


Bedford 17, Winnacunnet 3:
Dave Phelps led the 10-0 Bulldogs, with five goals and three assists. Tyler Sullivan added four goals and an assist and Jason Campbell had two goals and three assists. Bedford extended its winning streak to 29 games.


Pelham 9, John Stark 4:
Brody Fredricks led John Stark with three goals while James Smugurski had the other goal and an assist for the Generals (4-4). Matt Richard chipped in two assists and Colbey Decotis had one.


Pinkerton 14, Souhegan 7:
Josh Gallant scored four goals and Todd Billetter finished with three as the Astros raised their Division I record to 9-0. Blake Burnley led Souhegan (4-4) with four goals.



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Girls' lacrosse


Londonderry 23, Man. Memorial 2:
Julia Wasserman scored five goals and Chelsea Lewis added three goals and four assists for the Lancers.


Concord 18, Nashua North 15, OT:
Adelaide Bouchard and Mary Annon scored five goals each for the Tide. Lizzie Donich made 10 saves in the win. Kara Upton had six goals and an assist and Ellie Shuman scored six for North.


Pinkerton 12, Hollis/Brookline 6:
Kennedy Daziel had four goals and three assists to lead the Astros (9-1). Sierra Sanchez added three goals.


Bishop Guertin 16, Keene 3:
Callie Santos scored five goals and Nicole Pettiglio and Kristin Cameron each finished with four to lead the BG offense. Ellen Malloy scored two goals and Courtney Lapierre made six saves for Keene (2-5).



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