Local Roundup: With win, Lebanon girls tennis locks in No. 2 tourney seed

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Published: 05-15-2024 4:01 PM

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Girls Tennis

Lebanon 6, Bishop Brady 3

Key players: Lebanon — Hannah Rich, Mari Utell, Laura Hines, Sophie Longacre

Highlights: Rich, Utell, Hines and Longacre swept the 3-6 singles matches, and Hines and Longacre secured the match with an 8-0 win at No. 3 doubles.

Coach’s quote: “A solid win against a very good Bishop Brady team allowed us to lock up the No. 2 seed for the Division III tournament.” — Lebanon’s Rob Johnstone

Records: Lebanon 12-1; Bishop Brady 8-3-1

Girls Lacrosse

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Hanover 7, Goffstown 6

Key players: Hanover — Maeve Lee, Cassidy Loughman, Erin Kirkpatrick

Highlights: Lee scored five goals and had one assist. Loughman had two goals.

Records: Hanover 7-4; Goffstown 9-4

Gilford 13, Lebanon 2

Highlights: Abby Auch and Sara Forman (1 goal each); Drew Kantor (11 saves)

Coach’s quote: “We came out flat against a very good team, and we struggled. Hopefully we can take away some lessons from this loss and move forward as we come into the home stretch.” — Lebanon’s Sara Ecker

Records: Gilford 9-1; Lebanon 5-4

Lebanon 15, Bishop Brady 7

Key players: Lebanon — Maddie Jewell, Sara Forman, Lucy Eshbaugh

Highlights: Jewell (6 goals); Hadley Rich and Abby Auch (2 goals each); Norah Burns (1 goal, 1 assist); Audrey Newton (2 goals); Caroline Weber (1 goal); Lindsey Stark (1 assist)

Coach’s quote: “It was a nice win to get after a tough showing yesterday. Our offense worked hard to execute our game plan and our midfield was solid on 50-50 balls which kept the ball in our possession.” — Lebanon’s Sara Ecker

Records: Lebanon 6-4; Bishop Brady 2-9

Baseball

Thetford 19, Lamoille 0

Key players: Thetford — Sam Parkman, Xander Oshoniyi, JD Farrell, Owen Goodrich, Justin Robinson, Dempsey McGovern

Highlights: Oshoniyi (1-for-2, 3 runs, RBI, triple, 2 BB); Goodrich (2-for-3, 2 runs, 2 RBIs, BB); Farrell (1-for-3, run, 3 RBIs); Robinson (1-for-3, 2 runs, 3 RBIs, HR); McGovern (2-for-2, 2 runs, 2 RBIs); Parkman (5 IP, 0 R, 2 H, 5 K, 3 BB)

Coach’s quote: “We played well today both offensively and defensively. We put some good swings on the ball, made no errors defensively and stayed positive the whole game. ” — Thetford’s Philip Chaput

Records: Thetford 8-2; Lamoille 2-6

Green Mountain 9
White River Valley 5

Key players: White River Valley — Wyatt Cadwell, Jacob Benoit, Ty Couture, Finn Bailey

Highlights: Benoit was 2-for-3 with two runs scored, Cadwell 2-for-4 with two runs scored, Couture 1-for-3 with a run scored, Donavan Craven 1-for-4 and Bailey 1-for-2. Cadwell had nine strikeouts on the mound.

Records: Green Mountain 8-2; White River Valley 7-3

North Country 6, Oxbow 3

Records: North Country 4-2; Oxbow 1-8

Softball

Oxbow 13, North Country 0

Key players: Oxbow High School — Anastase Bourgeois, Hadlee Allen, Mazie Bourgeois, Abby Longto, Braylee Phelps

Highlights: Allen hit 4-for-5 with two doubles and a single. Anastase Bourgeois struck out 13 in five innings, with Noemi Rosa coming in for relief and striking out a pair of her own.

Coach’s quote: “The girls hit the ball well today. Our defense got some much-needed work today, and it was fun to watch these girls work.” — Oxbow’s Chuck Simmons

Records: Oxbow 9-0; North Country 3-6