Milford girls win on track
Outdoor Track Milford girls win: The Milford High girls took a three team meet with West and John Stark. The Spartan boys took second.
Pittsburgh-bound Rebecca Durham is back on track, taking the 1600 in 5:13.24. Ashleigh Matsis won the 400 in 65.14. Lori DeMambro won the 3200 in 13:11.14. Isabel Philbrick cleared 4-4 for the high jump win, and Renee Wilson added a long jump win with a leap of 15-1.5. Robyn Krafft’s 31-5.5 was good enough to win the shot put. She also took the discus in 113-0.
For the boys, Victor Garcia won the 400 in 54.44. Michael Boucher was the shot put winner in 46-8, and Emmanuel Ughu tossed the discus 116-7 for the victory.
Souhegan’s Lambert triples
Souhegan participated in a three-team meet at Coe-Brown with the boys and girls each taking third. Elise Lambert dominated the event with three wins. The Souhegan senior cleared 5-0 in the high jump and added a 32-1.75 in the triple jump win. Lambert also took the 200 meters in 27.8. Madalyn Barretto raced to a win in the 1600 at 5:51.37 and Katie Noyes leaped 14-9.25 to win the long jump. For the boys, freshman Dawson Hamele won the high jump at 5-8 and Dean Paquette claimed discus victory with a throw of 129-8.
Laconia 7, Milford 4
A five-run fourth inning by Laconia doomed the Spartans, who fall to 3-6 on the year.
Sam Santaniello had a hit and drove in two, helping Milford to a 3-2 early lead. Jamie Pare had a hit and an RBI on a sacrifice fly and also stole home.
Kolbe Heiple took the loss on the mound, going three innings and giving up two earned runs on three hits. He fanned a pair. Colin Pynn pitched two solid innings in relief.
Sanborn 4, Milford 3
Tyler Gendron threw seven innings, giving up six hits and one earned run for the Spartans in the extra innings loss. Jamie Pare had two hits including a double and two RBIs. Trevor Coyne and Sam Santaniello both hit for doubles, while Max Fortin had a hit and a RBI.
The Warriors fall to 8-2 on the year. Abby Leblanc singled in Janel Bachand, who had singled, for the lone Wilton-Lyndeborough run of the day. Lexi Balam deserved a better fate on the mound, allowing only two earned runs in the loss.
The Warriors improved to 7-1 with 17-0 and 22-4 wins over Pittsfield. Lexi Balam improved to 6-1 on the season giving up four hits in six innings. Eighth grader Brooke Lane got her first varsity win in the second game. Leading the Warrior attack in the first game were Balam and Janel Bachand with four hits each. Lane had three hits and Abby LeBlanc and Rachel Christino each had two. In the second game Balam and Christino each had three hits, while LeBlanc and Bachand each had two.
Milford 2, Sanborn 0
Jenna DeAngelis strike out 17 hitters, while giving up two hits for the Spartans (9-0) in a tight contest. In the bottom of the fifth Cora Holtshouser (1 for 2, run) worked a one out walk, Raven Comtois (3 for4, run, three stolen bases) followed with a single, and with two outs Paige Delier (1 for 2, RBI) delivered a double to score Holtshouser. DeAngelis drew a RBI walk plating the second run of the game.
Souhegan 4, John Stark 3
The Sabers (5-3) knocked off undefeated John Stark in Weare on Monday. Mary Rotthoff had three hits, Callie McBride knocked in two RBIs, and Cameron Whitney (allowed six hits, five strikeouts) went the distance.
Milford 13, Pembroke 7
Ashley Wilder 5 had five goals and Lauren Dishong pitched in four for the Spartans, who move to 3-4. Meghan Wood netted a pair, while Bre DeGroot and Elizabeth Paul accounted for the others. Saige Paradise stopped seven shots to post the win in goal.
Alvirne 10, Milford 9 (OT)
The Spartans fell to 1-4 despite six goals by Ashley Wilder and two by Bre Degroot plus one from Lauren Stec Playing strong in the midfield was Aspen Tlapa while Kaela Greska played well defensively in front of freshman goalie Saige Paradise.
Milford 13, ConVal 12 (OT)
Cam O’Shaughnessy scored the game winner for the Spartans (4-3) on a feed from Owen Hutchinson. O’Shaughnessy finished the game with five goals and two assists, while Gavin Urda added six goals and one assist. Tim Gagnon was solid in net with 11 saves.
The Spartans swept in a rare doubleheader over ConVal, 8-1 and 7-1.
Double winners in singles were Grace Carpenter, Leslie MacGrath, Sydney Kolasinski, Katie Brown and Sabrina Brown. The No. 2 doubles team of Leslie MacGrath/Katie Brown also won two matches.