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Local Roundup: Hanover Draws Up Impressive Win (Video)

  • Maddie McCorkle (1) moves the ball up the field during Windham at Hanover girls lacrosse on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, in Hanover, N.H. Hanover won, 11-9. (Valley News - Jovelle Tamayo) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to

  • Hanover's Jess Seibel (24) temporarily loses control of the ball during Windham at Hanover girls lacrosse on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, in Hanover, N.H. Hanover won, 11-9. (Valley News - Jovelle Tamayo) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to

  • Hanover's Amelia Lubrano (3) high-fives members of Windham's team at Hanover girls lacrosse on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, in Hanover, N.H. Hanover won, 11-9. (Valley News - Jovelle Tamayo) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to

  • Woodsville's Seth Hannett. (Valley News - Tris Wykes)

Published: 4/27/2017 12:08:52 AM
Modified: 5/2/2017 11:10:29 AM

Hanover — The next time the Hanover High girls lacrosse team practices, coach Chris Seibel plans to continue working on the Marauders’ attack. So far, defense and the draw are serving his squad well.

With Perrin Milliken, Mahler Meyerrose and Cate Wagner handling the all-important draws with skill, the Marauders clawed their way to an 11-9 win over Windham on Wednesday at Merriman-Branch Field. The Jaguars (4-3) stayed close through the game because the Marauders (2-1) didn’t execute their offensive set well, Seibel said.

Hanover still grabbed the win because of its faceoff play as well as its work around goaltender Katlyn Hurd (four saves).

“The team did an excellent job of read defending,” Seibel said. “We caused a lot of turnovers, but we didn’t shoot as well as we can, and we didn’t turn those turnovers into goals.”

Johanna Copeland and Maddie McCorkle both had four-goal games for Hanover, with McCorkle adding two assists. Hailey Fahey, Wagner and Sonthaya Lacy also snapped the twine; Amelia Lubrano and Jasmine Lou added assists.

“It was a pretty sloppy game; we’re really struggling with our offensive set,” Seibel added. “We just need to get more reps in, play more games and feel more comfortable with our offensive set.”

Hanover travels to Portsmouth on Friday.

Boys Lacrosse

Hartford 17, Randolph 3

Randolph — Twelve Hurricanes scored at least one goal and 10 tallied assists as Hartford earned its first win of the season.

“We played a lot of guys, obviously,” said Hartford coach Bill Elberty, whose team led, 9-3, at halftime. “I thought Randolph did a really good job with what they had. They only had about four guys coming off the bench.”

Andrew Dailey had four goals and two assists, Nick Dorain and Kyler Hella had two goals and an assist each and Ben Rouillard contributed a goal and three assists for Hartford.

Kyle Prior had a goal and two assists, and Adam Parker (assist), Dawson Nalette (assist), Reece Thompson, Joe Batchelder, Andrew Knight, Logan Raymond and Max Pfeiffer all had one goal.

Patrick McGlone, Matt Lucke and Austin Shepard notched one assist each, while goalies Chris Dorian and Michael Thompson combined for four saves.

Hartford visits Stratton Mountain on Saturday.


Woodsville 11, Lisbon 8

Woodsville — Two-run hits from Gabby Taylor and Suzie Bazzell highlighted a seven-run rally in the bottom of the sixth for the Engineers (2-4).

Woodsville trailed all afternoon, but pecked away at the Panthers until the big sixth-inning eruption. The Engineers sent 11 batters to the plate and combined four hits, a walk and a hit batsman with Lisbon errors to get the win.

Taylor put Woodsville ahead, 6-5, in the sixth with a bases-loaded, two-run single. Bazzell then followed with a two-run double off the fence in right-center field.

“Our energy just became better,” Woodsville coach Dana Huntington said. “We got down, 4-1, and we didn’t give up. We got one run here and one run in the third and (two in the fifth; the hitting and energy continued. Then we finally got that big inning we’ve been looking for all year.”

Freshmen McKenzie Dennis and Emma Restelli both went 3-4 for Woodsville, and Taylor finished with two hits. Dennis earned the win, throwing a complete-game five-hitter with 10 strikeouts and three walks.

The Engineers make the long drive to Canaan-Pittsburg on Friday.

Oxbow 9, Randolph 4

Randolph — Maddie Fornwalt’s three-run homer in the seventh inning highlighted a four-RBI day in the Olympians’ latest victory.

Fornwalt finished with three hits and scored three runs for Oxbow (3-0). Sara Walker also went 2-for-3 with a pair of runs. It all served to aid Fornwalt’s pitching; the sophomore limited Randolph to three hits and two walks while striking out 10 in a complete-game win.

Oxbow is home to Williamstown for a doubleheader today.


Woodsville 10, Lisbon 0 (5)

Woodsville — The Engineers (6-0) made quick work of the Panthers, closing out their nearby rivals on Ben Simboli’s two-run pinch-hit single in the home fifth to activate the 10-run rule.

Travis Stoddard and Seth Hannett both had two-hit days for Woodsville. Stoddard scored once and drove in a run, while Hannett had two RBIs to go with a run scored.

Seanon May was a picture of near-perfection on the mound, holding Lisbon hitless and walkless over five innings with 11 strikeouts. The Panthers’ only baserunner reached on a third-strike passed ball.

Woodsville visits Canaan-Pittsburg on Friday.

Girls Tennis

Woodstock 7Otter Valley 0

Brandon, Vt. — The Wasps (4-0) showed no rust in dominating the Otters after a week off for spring vacation.

Momo Biele, Grace Frazier, Sarah Findeisen, Kenzie Biele and Chloe Noble surrendered just five games en route to sweeping singles, with Momo Biele and Noble double-bageling their foes. The doubles tandems of Katie MacMaster-Emily Haynes and Lydia Howe-Olivia Marsicovetere also posted 6-0, 6-0 sweeps.

“They had taken a couple of games off Brattleboro, so we were ready,” Woodstock coach Tom Hopewell said. “It was a good outing. It was great to be back and see them firing on all cylinders.”

The Wasps host their first home match on Friday, with Mount Anthony providing the opposition.

College Baseball

Dartmouth 9, Siena 9 (10)

Loudonville, n.y. — The Big Green scored twice in the eighth inning and three times in the ninth and played the Saints to a draw in a game called by darkness after 10 innings.

The tie, the first for Dartmouth (20-15-1) in 10 years, marked the first time this season the Big Green has rallied from a deficit after six innings to at least a deadlock at game’s end.

Dartmouth cut an 8-4 hole in its half in the eighth. Mike Brown plated Sean Sullivan with an RBI single, and Ben Socher followed thanks to an error. Siena got one run back in the home half.

The Big Green then tagged Siena closer Danny Hobbs for three runs in the ninth to force extras. Socher, Dustin Shirley and Kyle Holbrook had RBI singles in the rally.

Justin Fowler went 2-for-5 with a home run and three RBIs to front Dartmouth’s 12-hit attack. Shirley, Holbrook, Sullivan and Mike Brown all had two hits as well.

Dartmouth wraps up the regular season with home-and-home doubleheaders with Harvard this weekend.

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