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

Pembroke’s Brandon Lurvey throws the javelin during a track meet at Bow High School on Saturday. Lurvey finished fourth in the event at a tri-meet with Bow at Oyster River on Tuesday with a toss of 119 feet, 3 inches. Teammate Zachary Heichlinger (132-6) won the event.

Pembroke’s Brandon Lurvey throws the javelin during a track meet at Bow High School on Saturday. Lurvey finished fourth in the event at a tri-meet with Bow at Oyster River on Tuesday with a toss of 119 feet, 3 inches. Teammate Zachary Heichlinger (132-6) won the event. Rich Miyara / NH Sports Photography

Bow’s Julia Hou, shown at a home meet on Saturday, won the 400-meter dash in a tri-meet on Tuesday.

Bow’s Julia Hou, shown at a home meet on Saturday, won the 400-meter dash in a tri-meet on Tuesday. Rich Miyara / NH Sports Photography

Published: 05-09-2024 9:43 AM

Girls’ Track

Concord 126.4, Dover 9.6

Key players: Concord – Morgan Doherty (1st 100 hurdles, 1st 300 hurdles, 1st triple jump), Ella Goulas (1st high jump, 1st long jump), Grace Saysaw (1st 100), Ballay Conteh (1st 200), Nabah Yahya (1st 400), Quinn Doherty (1st 800), Shelly Smith (1st 1,600), Makayla Root (1st javelin), Madeline Muller (1st pole vault, 2nd 400), Florette Sumo (1st shot put), Deborah Nishimwe (1st discus, 2nd shot put), Ayva Mullen (2nd 100, 3rd triple jump), Rachel Hilts (2nd discus, 4th javelin), Bakela Massaquoi (2nd 100 hurdles, 3rd 300 hurdles, 3rd long jump), Mahalie Burdette (2nd 1,600, 3rd 800), Chelsea Toenah (2nd 200, 3rd 100), Gianna Gulatieri (2nd long jump, 4th 400, Allyse Brien (2nd pole vault, 4th high jump), Laura Vitaria (2nd 3oo hurdles)

Highlights: The Tide won every single event in dual meet at Memorial Field against Exeter.

Coe-Brown 151.5, Kennett 71, Souhegan 48, Kingswood 41.5, Proctor 29

Key players: Coe-Brown – Isabelle Grenier (1st shot put, 1st discus), Emma Zeblisky (1st javelin, 2nd shot put), Bristol Shirland (1st 100 hurdles, 3rd 300 hurdles), Paige Murdough (1st 800), Samantha Perron (1st 1,600, 4th 300 hurdles), Bianca Brouillard-Smith (1st triple jump), Ainsley Kilbreth (2nd discus, 4th javelin), Annika Gunderson (3rd discus, 3rd javelin), Jacqueline Heilshorn (2nd javelin), Shannon Ross (2nd pole vault, tied 4th long jump), Kylie Prusia (2nd long jump, 3rd shot put), Delaney Manning (2nd 300 hurdles, 4th 200), Brooke Main (3rd 400, tied 3rd pole vault), Maggie Escabi (3rd long jump, 4th 400), 4x400 (1st)

Highlights: The Bears scored more than twice the number of points as the runner-up team, as Coe-Brown decisively won a five-team meet on its home track.

Oyster River 82.33, Bow 52.33, Pembroke 8.33

Key players: Bow – Julia Hou (1st 400, tied 2nd pole vault), Madison Pfister (1st 800, 3rd high jump), Mackenzie Szcaepanik (1st pole vault), Gwen Barrieau (2nd long jump, 2nd triple jump), Camden Wilson (2nd high jump), Charlotte Weiss (3rd shot put, 3rd discus, 3rd javelin), 4x400 (1st), 4x100 (2nd); Pembroke – Avery Kelly (2nd 100, 3rd 200)

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Highlights: The Falcons split a three-team meet hosted by Oyster River, the heavy favorites in Division II.

Winnisquam 155,
Belmont 144.5,
Mascenic 86, Trinity 54, Moultonborough 41,
Bishop Brady 26

Key players: Winnisquam – Skye Tibbetts (1st 100, 1st high jump, 1st long jump), Lauren MacDonald (1st shot put, 1st discus, 3rd 100), Victoria Kelly (1st javelin, 2nd 300 hurdles, 3rd 100 hurdles), Denessa Williams (1st 200), Devin Timmons (2nd shot put, 3rd discus, 5th javelin), Kaiden Robb (3rd 400), 4x100 (1st); Belmont – Adeline Takantjas (1st 100 hurdles, 1st 300 hurdles, 1st triple jump), Aspen Fillebrown (2nd 100 hurdles, 3rd 300 hurdles), Jaelyn Nialetz (2nd 400), Ella Stevens (2nd triple jump), 4x100 (2nd), 4x800 (2nd); Bishop Brady – Sarah Allen (2nd 200, 5th 100)

Highlights: The Bears won five of the six field events to win a six-team meet at Belmont.

Boys’ Track

Concord 84, Dover 56

Key players: Concord – Alain Twite (1st long jump, 1st triple jump, 2nd high jump), Nick Reynolds (1st high jump, 1st javelin, 2nd triple jump), Tim Fahnbulleh (1st 100, 1st 200), Tyler Watt (1st 800, 1st 1,600), Colby Nyhan (1st pole vault), Robby Marcelin (1st 400), Connor McMahan (2nd javelin, 3rd 800), Jackson Borkush (2nd 100), Evander MacIver (2nd 400), 4x100 (1st), 4x400 (1st)

Highlights: The Crimson Tide won 12 of 17 events in a dual meet at Memorial Field.

Coe-Brown 117, Kennett 99, Souhegan 57, Proctor 54, Kingswood 26

Key players: Coe-Brown – Elias Warner (1st shot put, 1st discus, 1st javelin), Jamie Lano (1st 1,600, 4th javelin), Cameron Lee (2nd 100, 2nd 300 hurdles), Thomas Small (2nd discus, 2nd javelin, 3rd shot put), Luc Kerouac (2nd 400), Alex Conner (2nd pole vault, 4th discus), Bryce Sartin (2nd triple jump), Ethan Newick (3rd 100, 4th 200), Max Lemay (3rd 1,600), 4x100 (1st), 4x400 (2nd)

Highlights: The Bears won a five-team meet on their home track in Northwood.

Oyster River 65, Bow 59, Pembroke 15

Key players: Bow – Kody McCranie (1st 100, 1st 200), Alden Betterley (1st 800, 1st 1,600), Eli Wilkening (1st 300 hurdles), Ben McDowell (1st pole vault), Joe McDowell (2nd pole vault), Chase Flagg (2nd shot put), Miles Miller (2nd 400), Thomas Sargent (2nd 800), Sean Nicholls (3rd shot put, 3rd discus, 3rd javelin), Owen Boullion (3rd 200), 4x100 (1st), 4x400 (1st); Pembroke – Zachery Heichlinger (1st javelin, 2nd 110 hurdles), Dylan Hawkins (2nd 300 hurdles, 3rd 110 hurdles)

Highlights: The Falcons split a three-team meet at Oyste River thanks to multiple wins from McCranie and Betterley.

Winnisquam 176,
Belmont 125, Trinity 99,
Bp. Brady 70, Mascenic 49, Moultonborough 16

Key players: Winnisquam –Taber Haggett (1st javelin, 2nd discus, 6th shot put), Victor Pham (1st triple jump, 6th 100), Brendan Goodwin (1st 800), Henry Osmer (1st 1,600), Dylan Griffin (2nd 400, 2nd javelin, 3rd discus), Avery Woods (3rd 400), Wade Fournier (3rd high jump, 4th 300 hurdles), David Swain (3rd 800); Belmont – Hunter Erlick (1st shot put, 3rd javelin), Brady Filteau (1st discus, 3rd shot put), David Tripp (1st 110 hurdles, 3rd 300 hurdles), Ethan Rivera (2nd shot put), Nathan Allard (2nd triple jump, 4th long jump), Fred Maynard (2nd 110 hurdles), Demitri Kafkoulas (3rd 200, 5th 100), Tyler Durand (4th 400), 4x100 (2nd); Bishop Brady – Josh Gentchos (1st 100, 1st 200, 2nd long jump), Alan Yap (2nd 200, 3rd 100), Ryan Casey (2nd 300 hurdles, 4th high jump), Joshua-Stephen Bissah (4th 100), 4x100 (1st)

Highlights: The Bears used their depth to their advantage, winning a six-team meet hosted by Belmont.

Baseball

John Stark 8, Lebanon 1

Key players: John Stark – Deltyn Williams (7 IP, 1 R, 4 H, 0 BB, 11 K), Anthony Paolicelli (3-for-4, 2 doubles, 3 RBI, 2 runs, stolen base), Aiden Harris (2-for-4, 2 RBI), Chase Philibotte (2-for-3, stolen base)

Highlights: Williams was locked in for the Generals, who pounded out eight hits and played stellar defense, highlighted by Seth Marquardt’s catch in centerfield.

Coach’s quote: “(Deltyn) was masterful on the mound today. Another great outing for our pitching staff and we had another strong errorless game by our defense. Good timely hitting by Anthony and Aiden Harris.” – John Stark’s Dennis Pelletier

Records: John Stark 11-0; Lebanon 4-7

Pembroke 8
Merrimack Valley 3

Key players: Pembroke – Owen Stewart (7 IP; 3-for-4, 2 runs), Cam Plumb (HR), Devin Riel (2 hits), Andrew Fitzgerald (2 hits), Eric Maccarone (2 hits), Josh Goyette (hit), Sean Bonisteel (hit), Colby Pope (hit); MV – Alex McPherson (2-for-3, run), Brayden Harrington (0.1 IP, 0 R)

Highlights: The Spartans collected 14 hits as a team and scored four runs in the third inning to go up 6-0 and held the lead from there.

Coach’s quote: “We need to get back to playing good sound defense.” – MV’s Sean Wheeler

Records: Pembroke 3-6; MV 7-3

Softball

Concord 14, Alvirne 2

Key players: Concord – Maggie Taylor (CG, 2 ER, 6 H, 7 K; double, single, walk, RBI), Sarah Taylor (3-for-4, double, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Ali Dupuis (2-for-3, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Avery MacDonald (2-for-2, HBP, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Delaney Duford (triple, walk, sacrifice, stolen base, RBI, 2 runs), Andie Moreira (hit, sacrifice, 2 RBI, 2 runs), Tess Bolduc (hit, walk, run), Jaylyn Wessling (run), Lily Hackett (RBI, run), Cam Dubois (stolen base, run)

Highlights: Concord scored five runs in the first and scored in each inning to end the game by the run rule. Duford and Sarah Taylor each equaled the school career hits record, then Taylor broke it with her third hit of the game and the 123rd of her career. The old record, by Becky Craigue, had stood since 1995.

Coach’s quote: “It was pretty special seeing both Sarah and Delaney reach that record that was set before they were born. And again, we had contributions from everyone.” – Concord assistant Sandy Smith

Records: Concord 11-1; Alvirne 2-10

John Stark 8, Lebanon 3

Key players: John Stark – Ava Rivers (2-for-4, 2 runs), Savannah Chapman (2-for-3, 2 runs; 3.2 IP, 8 K), Chloe Boswell (3.1 IP, 1 K); Lebanon – Ava Koercher (6.2 IP, 17 K)

Highlights: John Stark scored two runs in the bottom of the fourth to take a 4-3 lead and plated four in the bottom of the sixth to extend it to 8-3. Chapman struck out eight of the last 10 batters to help preserve the Generals’ first victory of the season.

Coach’s quote: “Koercher kept us guessing at the plate today. It took us till the sixth to get some of our bats rolling. The girls showed great energy today to put the first notch in the win column.” – John Stark’s Denis Kolehmainen

Records: John Stark 1-10; Lebanon 3-7

Merrimack Valley 19
Pembroke 3

Key players: MV – Caydence Allberg (2-for-2, HR, 5 RBI), Kayla Smith (5 IP; 2-for-4, 3 RBI), Ryleigh Perry (2-for-3, 2 RBI), Katelyn Herrmann (2-for-2, RBI), Liv Seeley (1-for-2, 2 RBI)

Highlights: Allberg hit a three-run homer in the first inning and followed up with a two-run single in the second to give the Pride an early lead, and Smith pitched five innings for the victory.

Coach’s quote: “Allberg had a day and the whole team followed making very good contact, while playing solid defense.” – MV’s Kevin O’Brien

Records: MV 6-3; Pembroke 1-7

Bishop Brady 5
Somersworth 3

Key players: Bishop Brady – Payton Bryson (3-for-4, triple, double), Abby Tyrell (12 K), Sophia Collie (multiple hits), Kimble Rose (multiple hits)

Coach’s quote: “This was a great win for the team. Girls are stepping up with three injured starters right now.” – Bishop Brady’s Shane Baron

Records: Bishop Brady 6-1; Somersworth 1-7

Girls’ Lacrosse

Bishop Brady 19
Concord Christian 4

Key players: Bishop Brady – Lydia Tremblay (6 goals), Finley Hollenberg (8 goals), Olivia Lazear (goal), Luiza Detwiller (3 goals), Camdyn Despres (goal)

Highlights: Tremblay scored her 100th goal and Hollenberg found the back of the cage eight times to lead the Giants to a commanding victory.

Coach’s quote: “This team showed up and played all 48 minutes. We were able to win 75% of the draws and go down and score. Our defense was high pressure and played the best yet. We got those caused turnovers and converted them into goals. Every player did their job.” – Bishop Brady’s Alex Sacco

Records: Bishop Brady 2-7; Concord Christian 1-5

Girls’ Tennis

Souhegan 9, Bow 0

Key players: Bow – No. 1 Jaden Glace (9-7 loss at No. 1), Katie McCabe (8-5 loss at No. 3) Maddy Desrosiers and Makaylie Laws (8-4 loss at No. 3 doubles)

Records: Souhegan 8-0; Bow 6-3

Hollis-Brookline 9
Pembroke 0

Key players: Pembroke – Lily Russell and Kalie Reynolds (8-3 loss at No. 3 doubles)

Coach’s quote: “Lily and Kalie played well as a team.” – Pembroke’s David Goulet

Records: Hollis-Brookline 7-2; Pembroke 1-9