Local Roundup: Hartford girls lacrosse gets decisive win over Colchester

Nella Bowen

Nella Bowen

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Makenna Houston —Tris Wykes

Published: 04-24-2024 12:14 PM

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Girls Lacrosse

Hartford 12, Colchester 3

Key players: Hartford — Audrey Rupp, Maddie Barwood, Nella Bowen, Zoe Zanleoni

Highlights: Rupp (6 goals, 1 assist); Barwood (3 goals, 2 assists); Bowen (1 goal, 2 assists); Hailey Vannesse (1 goal, 2 assists); Zanleoni (6 saves)

Records: Hartford 3-0; Colchester 0-2

Baseball

John Stark 6, Lebanon 5

Key players: Lebanon — Zach Aldrich (3-4, 2R, RBI, double, 2SB; 4⅓ IP 6H, 4R, 3ER, 2K, 2BB); Ben Achmoody (2-3 3 RBIs, SB); Bennett Hewett (3⅔ IP, 5H, 2R, 2ER, 1K, 1BB)

Highlights: This game was back and forth. Lebanon scored two first-inning runs, John Stark followed with three in the second. Stark scored in both the top of the seventh and eighth to win the game in extra innings.

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Coach’s quote: “We played a very tough John Stark and played them well. I am very proud of this team and how they were able to bounce back a few times in this game. John Stark got some timely hitting and had the upper hand today.” — Lebanon’s Chauncey Wood

Records: John Stark 4-0; Lebanon 2-1

Pembroke 5, Hanover 2

Key players: Hanover — Jack Lobb, Sam Loescher, Hayden Avard, Jake Toulmin, Finn Ware

Highlights: Hanover scored both of its runs on back-to-back doubles by Toulmin and Ware (2 RBI) after Loescher (single) and Avard (walk) reached base. Avard also threw out two potential base stealers. Lobb reached base twice in the game.

Coach’s quote: “We didn’t get things going until the fifth inning — which in high school baseball is way too late. They had a few timely hits that cost us and we — for the third game in a row — were a few hits short of making things interesting.” — Hanover’s John Grainger

Records: Pembroke 2-1; Hanover 1-3

Softball

Monadnock 23, Mascoma 8

Highlights: Mascoma’s Alyssa Webster started the game off with an inside-the-park home run. Allayha Muzzey had two catches in left field. Pitching was a combined effort from Webster, Natalee Pettersen and Makenna Houston.

Coach’s quote: “We are getting our bats going with some good hits. We just need to make the plays to make the outs. We are giving up to many unearned runs, but we are working hard at getting better each game.” — Mascoma’s Danielle Pushee

Records: Monadnock 3-2; Mascoma 0-4

Boys Tennis

Mount Anthony 7, Hartford 0

Records: Mount Anthony 1-1; Hartford 0-2