Merrimack High School Highlights


April 14: Merrimack 89, Nashua North 52

The Tomahawks rolled to a win over the Titians thanks to multiple wins from Kellie Mathewson, Kathlyn Torrens and Jen Coffey.

Mathewson won the 100-meter hurdles and the pole vauly, while Torrens finished first in the long jump and triple jump. Coffey was the winner in both the shot put and the javelin.

Brittaney Gravallese won the 400 and Erica Lane took first in the 800, while Grace Corbett won the 1,600 and Bailey Carrillo won the 3,200. Siaoli Wright was also first in the 300 hurdles.

Taylor Choate won the 200 for North while Alana Choate was first in the 100. Jillian Ireland was first in the high jump and Jasmine Tyrance was first in the discus.

North also won the 4×100 and 4×400 relays.


April 14: Nashua North 74, Merrimack 71

The Titans pulled out a close win over the Tomahawks thanks to three first places from Duncan Holland.

Holland won the shot put, discus and the javelin to lead North, while Samuel Mena won the triple jump and Morley Kurt finished first in the pole vault.

Zakari Jenkins won the 100-meter dash, while Simon McIntosh took the 3,200 and David Muite won the 110 hurdles. The Titans were also first in the 4×100 relay.

Merrimack got two firsts from Dylan Richardson, who won the high jump and the long jump. Ryan Berry also won the 200 and Benjamin Parent won the 400.

Chase Sweeney came in first in the 800 and Jarrod Ottman finished first in the 1,600. Blake Williams won the 300 hurdles while Merrimack also won the 4×400 relay.


April 13: Concord 8,
Merrimack 1

McKenzie Miller picked up the Tomahawks’ lone win, a 9-8 (9-7) tiebreaker triumph at No. 6 singles. Katherine Bouressa (8-2) at No. 1 singles and the No. 2 doubles team of Kalylah Davis and Lianna Klinger (8-2) were the only other ‘Hawks to win more than one game.


April 14: Merrimack 16, Nashua North 1

Ashley Grassini had a big day at the plate and Caitlin Minear was solid on the mound to lead the Tomahawks to a big win over the Titans.

Grassini was 3 for 3 with a triple, three RBIs and two runs scored while Minear went five innings, striking out five while allowing one run on a walk and a hit.

Julianne Mayville was also 3 for 3 with a home run, three RBIs and two runs scored, while Olivia Kapsambelis went 2 for 3, drove in a run and scored twice. Lauren Gerhard went 2 for 3 with a run scored and a run drive in and Sabrina Jowders had a hit, walked twice and scored three times.