Milford stuns Souhegan, 2-1
Damian Philbrick allowed six hits, one run and struck out six over seven innings to push the Spartans past the Sabers. 2-1
Landon Pierce had two hits to lead Milford and Jake Lammi played great on defense.
Souhegan’s Keegan Burke took the loss allowing four hits and two runs while striking out 10 over six innings. Brandon Dufour led the Sabers offense with three hits.
NASHUA NORTH 2
The Sabers (7-9) grab a decisive win at home against the Titans (1-15). Adeen Ahmed and Alec Jenkerson each scored a goal with Devyn Lavoie making four saves for North.
TRACK AND FIELD
Souhegan’s Wil Jaques was second in the shot put and discus, third in the high jump and javelin, and teammate Jaren Noorda was third in the 3200.
Souhegan’s Chloe Trudel won the 1600 in 5:11.08 and took third in the 800.
CON VAL MEET
In the boys meet, Milford winners included Adam Holodowsk in the 300 hurdles, Caden Zalenski in the shot put and discus.
In the girls competition, Milford’s Sarah Sawyer was a triple winner: the 100 meter dash, plus the long and triple jumps, and was second in the javelin.Victoria Cornaro was second in the 800, while Ellianna Nassy won the high jump, was second in the 100 hurdles.
SOUHEGAN 7, BOW 3
Souhegan senior lefty Kyan Bagshaw gave up three runs (two earned), scattered six hits, and struck out 11.
The Sabers including five doubles and a triple. They set the tone in the first with a triple by Nolan Colby and back-to-back doubles by Keegan Burk and Bagshaw.
MERRIMACK VALLEY 6, MILFORD 3
The Spartans had a shot to tie the game in the sixth, but Merrimack Valley’s Shea Wood made a great catch to hold off the locals. Nick Conforti, Landon Pierce (two runs) and Colin Williams (RBI) all had hits with Chris Bedard stealing three bases.
Mackenzie Cretsinger had a game for the ages tallying seven goals, seven draw controls and eight groundballs.
Among the scorers, Elle Stevenson (four goals, two assists, three draw controls, three groundballs), Emma Kennedy (three goals, assist, two groundballs), Lyla Kimball (goal, four groundballs), Natalie Heimarck (two goals, assist, two draw controls, four groundballs) and Riley Devine (two assists).
Harris Jones had a goal and an assist, Kaleb Francouer and Andrew Herner added a goal apiece and Logan Barnhill contributed an assist. James Brew made 16 saves.
Portsmouth 5, Souhegan 4
The Sabers dropped four of six singles to put them in a hole. Josh Goddard at No. 2 (8-5) and Ryan Fernandez (8-1) at No. 3 got wins. Goddard teamed up with Yates for an 8-4 win at No. 2 doubles and Firmin/Rosse won at No. 3, 8-5.
OYSTER RIVER 4
The Sabers took their third consecutive match as Maddie Daniel, Caroline Drum and Mishka Tower won in singles. Daniel/Tower and Drum/Tylee Jancar won in doubles.
Harris Jones had four goals and five assists while Logan Barnhill had five goals and two assists.
Andrew Herner (two goals, two assists), Hugh Palmer (two goals), Cade Bouchard (two assists) and Braydon Atwood (assist) helped out. James Brew had 10 saves.
MILFORD 3, PELHAM 1
The Spartans broke open a tie game in the bottom of the sixth when Jake Lammi doubled, scoring a run. Lammi also got the win on the moundwith a complete game scattering five hits and striking out 10.
WILTON-LYNDE. 13, NEWMARKET 1
The Warriors enjoyed their biggest win of the year as Troy Brennan tossed a complete game two-hitter, striking out 15, and also hada triple, double, and two walks at the plate.
BISHOP BRADY 5,
Harris Jones netted two goals that were both assisted by Cade Bouchard. Hugh Palmer (goal, assist), Logan Barnhill (goal) and Andrew Herner (assist) played well on offense.
James Brew (12 saves), Tyler Descoteaux, Luca DeRosa and Justin Desmarais led the defense.
Elle Stevenson (five goals, five draw controls), Mackenzie Cretsinger (two goals, two draw controls), Emma Kennedy (two goals, three groundballs), Lyla Kimball (three goals, two draw controls, two groundballs), Madeline Lim (goal, two groundballs), Natalie Heimarck (two goals, two draw controls, two groundballs), Riley Devine (goal, two assists) and Sierra Kimball (goal) led the
BOW 9, SOUHEGAN 0
The Sabers fell to 6-6 in a tough home loss to Bow, who wrapped up its regular season at 11-2.