Local roundup: Sunapee baseball improves to 3-0

  • Lebanon's Kayleigh Trietsch.

  • Stevens' Owen Taylor.

  • Sunapee's Mac Cahill.

Staff Reports
Published: 4/17/2019 10:35:05 PM

MILTON, N.H. — The Sunapee High baseball team remained unbeaten on the season with three pitchers combining for a five-inning no-hitter in a 15-0 win over Nute on Wednesday afternoon.

Quinn Fair went the first three innings for the Lakers (3-0), striking out eight. Garrett Rumrill struck out one in one inning before Mac Cahill closed the door with three strikeouts in his one inning of work.

Sean Shisko and Harper Flint each had two hits while scoring three runs to pace the Sunapee attack. Rumrill added a pair of hits. Anthony Borelli singled and scored twice. Gabe Hastings added a base hit.

The Lakers have outscored their opponents, 32-5, so far this season. Up next for Sunapee is a visit to Pittsfield on Wednesday.

Oxbow 14, Hazen 3 (5)

BRADFORD, Vt. — Hunter Locke got the win for the Olympians (2-0), pitching the first 3⅔ innings, striking out five while allowing three runs, none of them earned.

Oxbow benefited from numerous walks by the Hazen pitchers. Cameron Boardman drove in a pair of runs with a triple. Jace Page added a run-scoring single. Cooper Simmons had an inning and a third of relief work to close out the win.

Oxbow visits Blue Mountain on Saturday.

Mascoma 16Franklin 6 (6)

WEST CANAAN — Devin Tetreault struck out 15 in 5⅓ innings to help the Royals pick up their first win of the season.

Tetreault walked five while allowing six earned runs. Josh Evans record the final two outs and helped the cause with two hits while scoring three runs.

Mike Evans was 2-for-4 with four RBIs. Bryan Lowell added two hits and drove in one. Mascoma benefited from plenty of Franklin wildness, walking 16 times in five innings.

The Royals will visit Fall Mountain on Monday.

ConVal 6, Lebanon 5

PETERBOROUGH, N.H. — The Raiders could never dig out of an early hole against the Cougars, falling to 1-1.

Caleb Smith pitched the first inning and change, taking the loss. Kyle Pelletier and Graham Ten Haken combined for five innings of strong relief work to help Lebanon stay within striking distance.

The Raiders trailed, 6-1, after two innings but rallied to within a run heading into the seventh. Lebanon loaded the bases with one out but couldn’t push across the game-tying run.

Trey Chickering had two hits and scored two runs for Lebanon, which plays host to Manchester West on Thursday.

Mascenic 8, Newport 1

NEWPORT — The Tigers (0-2) kept the Vikings close at 2-1 until pitching woes led to a six-run fifth inning that decided the contest.

Newport coach Scott McNamara credited his defense and batsmen with improved games.

The Tigers visit Windsor on Thursday.

New Hampton 5, KUA 4

NEW HAMPTON, N.H. — New Hampton used a two-out, bases-loaded single to right field in the bottom of the seventh inning to beat the Wildcats (3-3) in the first rematch of last year’s Lake Region League championship game.

Kimball Union held a 3-0 into the home sixth, during which the Huskies scored four times to get their first lead. KUA’s Brian Carrabes tied the game in the top of the seventh, scoring on a failed pickoff play at third base.

Trey Parker threw well in the loss for the Wildcats, surrendering all five runs on six hits with four walks and five strikeouts. Carrabes, Jeremy Sigl and Jonah Silverman each had two hits for KUA, which plays St. Paul’s at NHTI in Concord on Friday.

Pembroke 7, Stevens 3

CLAREMONT — The Spartans broke a tie game with a four-run seventh inning to pull away from the Cardinals (0-2) in their Barnes Park home opener.

Stevens pounded out six doubles on the day, two from Owen Taylor and one each from Cam Macia, Ethan Johnson, Alex Taylor and Josh Stithen. Down 3-1 in the home sixth, Macia doubled home a run to help Stevens to a 3-3 tie before the Spartans’ final response.

Dennis Peaslee drove in a run with an early ground out to get the Cards on the board. Stevens hosts Plymouth on Friday night.

Softball Mascoma 6, Franklin 3

WEST CANAAN — Samantha Pecararo tossed a complete game for the Royals (1-1).

Pecararo struck out seven. Second baseman Abby Duhaime and first baseman Brianna Withington provided a defensive highlight with a double play.

The Royals will visit Fall Mountain on Monday.

Mascenic 15Newport 3 (5)

NEWPORT — The Tigers dropped to 0-2 to start the season with a loss against the visiting Vikings.

Lacey McNeel went all five innings in the circle for Newport, striking out three while allowing eight earned runs on 11 hits. McNeel was 2-for-3 at the plate with two runs scored, a home run and a double.

Kelsey Wheeler, Jenna Maheu and Megan Howard also had hits for the Tigers. Newport will host Conant one week from Friday.

ConVal 22, Lebanon 2 (5)

PETERBOROUGH, N.H. — Kayleigh Trietsch was 3-for-3 with a RBI to lead the Raiders (0-2) in a losing effort.

Kelsey Carney was 2-for-3 for Lebanon. Autumn Crowell and Lilly Pettersen each added singles. Trietsch and Chloe Charbono each scored runs for the Raiders.

Freshman starting pitcher Yasmine Lambert went the first three innings, striking out two. Pettersen, another freshman, pitched the final two innings.

Lebanon hosts Manchester West on Thursday.

Girls Lacrosse Vergennes 10, Hartford 5

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Hurricanes dropped to 1-2 with a tough loss against the Commodores.

“Defensively, we were very strong,” Hartford coach Heather Hartford said. “Offensively, we had our opportunities, but we just couldn’t finish.”

Zoe Pfeiffer had a goal and two assists for the Canes. Alice Dwyer added two goals. Carolyn North and Emily Ricker had a goal apiece, and Caroline Hamilton had two assists.

Goalie Emi Harlow made six saves. Emma Farnsworth had a strong game defensively according to Hartford. The Canes will host St. Johnsbury on Thursday.

Winnacunnet 17Hanover 10

HAMPTON, N.H. — The Marauders dropped to 1-2 with the loss to the Warriors. Hanover will return to action at Windham on Monday.

Boys Lacrosse Laconia 13, Lebanon 2

LEBANON — The Raiders suffered their first loss of the season, falling to 1-1 at the hands of the Sachems. Lebanon visits Gilford on Friday.

Milford 21, Stevens 1

MILFORD, N.H. — The Cardinals (0-2) couldn’t match the Spartans. Stevens will visit Laconia on Friday.

Boys Tennis Hanover 9, Derryfield 0

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Marauders (5-0) lost just eight games as a team to remain unbeaten in another Maxfield Sports Complex home-away-from-home victory.

Andrew Enelow and Matt Bonner each won, 8-0, in their singles matches. Aidan Biglow added an 8-1 win at No. 1 singles. Evan Yang and Alex Rockmore also won, 8-1. Kevin Pillsbury closed out singles play with an 8-2 victory.

Biglow and Yang won, 8-1, at the top doubles spot. Chris Lee and Alex McDevitt added an 8-1 victory and Will Blinkhorn and Bonner won 8-2.

Coach Jarrod Shaheen praised the play of both Biglow and Yang, with the pair turning in dominant performances in both matches they played. The Marauders will now be off until a visit to Manchester Memorial on April 29.

Track & Field Oxbow boys second

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. — The Oxbow boys were second and the girls fourth in a season-opening meet at South Burlington High.

Kelly Daigle led the Olympians with three wins on the girls side, taking first in the shot put, discus and javelin. Lorr Rosten was second in the shot put and fourth in discus.

Calvin Cook had a pair of first-place finishes for the Oxbow boys, winning the shot put and discus. Jarret Rock won the 100-meter dash and was second in both the 200 dash and long jump. Tobin Durham was second in the 3,000 meters and fourth in the 1,500. Zach Koslowsky (third) and Samuel McIntire (sixth) each had scoring efforts in the discus. Samuel Corti added a sixth-place finish in the 800 meter run.

Lyle Rinehimer was sixth in the long jump for the Rivendell boys. Rinehimer added seventh-place finishes in both the 100 and 200-meter dash.

Women’s Lacrosse Colby-Sawyer 15Nichols 10

DUDLEY, Mass. — Sarah Morin and Sierra Schuster each had six goals to lead the Chargers (10-4).

Morin added a game-high six ground balls and four draw controls along with one assist. Jess Tattersall added a goal and four ground balls. Grace Vosburgh had a goal and two assists. Brittany Ireland chipped in one goal and Shae-Lyn Walker had two assists.

The Chargers host undefeated Johnson & Wales on Saturday.

Vrindten honored

HANOVER — Dartmouth goalkeeper Kiera Vrindten was named the IWLCA National Defensive Player of the Week.

Vrindten made 14 saves in the Big Green’s win over No. 9 ranked Penn on Saturday. Vrindten was also named the Ivy League defensive player of the week, the second time this season she’s earned that honor.

Vrindten’s 14 saves against the Quakers were a season high and helped Dartmouth to a 15-11 win.

Dartmouth will host Cornell at 1 p.m. on Saturday; both the Big Green and Big Red are 4-1 in Ivy League play, so the winner will claim first place in the Ivy standings.




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