Sabers’ Trzepacz has monster day at plate
Souhegan 8, ConVal 4
Daniel Trzepacz had a day to remember for the Sabers, hitting three homers and doubling, driving in five runs in total. Jacob Grassett had a homer while Liam McGrath picked up the win on the mound allowing three runs over five innings.
Max Leonard picked up the save with two innings of one-run relief, and also threw a runner out at the plate from center in the third inning. Trepacz’s homers consisted of two-run shots in the first and third and a solo blast in the seventh. Souhegan improved to 6-4.
Hollis Brookline 11, Milford 4
Kyle Hsu and Grant Snyder hit home runs to boost the Cavaliers (4-9) over the Spartans (4-7). Hollis Brookline broke out in the third inning with five runs. Nic Direnzo and Joe Brown both had doubles, with Mitch Dreyer adding another home run to the box score for the Cavaliers in the fifth. Kenny Corsetti got the win on the mound, as he pitched into the fourth inning allowing two earned runs. Milford’s Ricky DeBernardo had three hits (double, home run) and three RBIs. Kolbe Heiple added two hits.
Wilton-Lyndeborough 5, Derryfield 3
Neal Brennan struck out 11 to push the Warriors (11-1) to its seventh straight win. Troy Brennan had three hits and Jake Levert added a solo home run in the fourth. After Derryfield cut it to 4-3 in the sixth, Owen Hughes hit a run scoring single in the seventh for an insurance run.
Milford 12, Hollis Brookline 0
Spartans Jenna DeAngelis spun her first career no hitter striking out the first nine Cavaliers (3-8) batters. DeAngelis finished with 13 strikeouts and went 2 for 4 at the plate with three RBIs. Cora Holtshouser (3 for 4), Amanda Atkinson (3 for 4, three runs scored), Stephanie Bishop (2 for 4, three runs scored), and Paige Delier (2 for 4, double, RBI) made big contributions to the Spartan offense. Milford’s winning streak continues at 12, while outscoring opponents 145 to 13.
Souhegan 11, ConVal 4
Cameryn Whitney took a perfect game into the sixth inning to help the Sabers (8-3) get passed ConVal. Madison Robicheau led the attack with a 4 for 4 day. Mary Rotthoff added three hits and Carrie Speer, Megan Tupaj, and Ava VanBallegooyen chipped in two apiece.
Wilton-Lyndeborough 8, Derryfield 5
The Warriors (11-2) ended up on top in a hard fought game that went nine innings. The Warriors tied the game on an RBI single by Rachel Christino, only to have Derryfield come back with two runs in the bottom of the sixth. In the ninth Abby LeBlanc led off with a double, Lily Foise knocked in two runs and a Kaitlin Loverme hit finished out the scoring. Lexi Balam and Janel Bachand led the way with three hits each.
Milford 17, Gilford 8
Cam O’Shaughnessy and Gavin Urda led the way for the Spartans with six goals and two assists apiece. Urda now has 44 goals in 10 games for 5-5 Milford. Owen Clary scored twice and pitched in with three assists. Matt Hannon netted a pair, while Owen Hutchinson also had a goal to go with 3 assists. The defense of Josh Shaw, Alex Taylor and Kyle Forsley were solid in front of Tim Gagnon who only needed to make 9 saves.
Milford 6, Hollis Brookline 3
The Milford girls flexed their muscle, winning the top four singles matches and two of the three doubles to move to 11-2 on the year. Grace Carpenter and Heather Hager carded a spotless sheet with shutout wins individually and partnering up in doubles. Leslie MacGrath and Sydney Kolasinski also had singles wins for the Spartans. Sabrina Brown and McGrath also won together in doubles. Lia Eisenberg and Aya Kingsley won their singles matches for HB and also delivered a point via a tie-breaker at No. 3 doubles.
Souhegan 6, Windham 3
The Jags (7-6) gave the Sabers a battle but not enough as Souhegan is now 12-0 with wins from Matt Lapsley (8-0), Sam Goddard (8-0), Kyle Gibson (8-3), and Josh Lacaillade (8-3) in singles. Souhegan needed an 8-0 doubles win by Lapsley/Goddard for the clincher. Gibson/Dale Estes also won at No. 2 doubles, 8-6.
Hollis Brookline 8, Milford 1
The Cavs got singles wins from Nick Vahe, Darius Paradie), David Cherkassky, Ben Zielinski and Max Burns for a singles sweep Milford (2-8) got a point in doubles from Parker Lambert and Martin Diderholm.