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Local roundup: Mascoma baseball earns a key win

  • Stevens' Ashlyn Marsh.

  • Mascoma's Mike Evans.

  • Windsor's Brooke McKeen.

Staff Reports
Published: 5/22/2019 9:55:21 PM
Modified: 5/23/2019 4:19:11 PM

Staff Reports

WEST CANAAN — Devin Tetreault helped the Mascoma High baseball team to a much-needed win against Hillsboro-Deering, setting up a must-win situation on the road in its regular-season finale to keep the Royals in playoff contention.

Tetreault, a senior, gave up one run on six hits, four walks and six strikeouts in a 5-1 win over the Hillcats on Wednesday afternoon. Mascoma improved to 5-10 with the victory and must win against Berlin on Thursday to have any chance to stay in the hunt for NHIAA Division III playoff seeding before the field is announced on Monday.

“Technically, we’re still in it,” said Mascoma head coach Dave Isom. “It’s definitely a must-win. And we need a little help.”

Mascoma scored a run in the first inning and another in the fourth before piling on three runs in the fifth. Mike and Josh Evans each had two hits; Mike Evans added two RBIs. Caleb McAlister and Alex Jenness each added a hit and RBI.

Hillsboro-Deering scored its lone run in the seventh.

“(Tetreault) was throwing strikes,” Isom said.

Mascoma had nine hits in the victory and has won back-to-back games heading into Thursday’s finale. The Royals have not faced Berlin this spring.

White River Valley 16
Poultney 1

POULTNEY, Vt. — Jake Hewitt got the win for the Wildcats, allowing one earned run on three hits, no walks and eight strikeouts in four innings.

The Cats scored five runs in the first inning and never looked back. Zeb Perreault was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two runs scored. Jacob Barry was 1-for-1 with a sac fly and Logan Martin was 1-for-3 with three RBIs. Carder Stratton gave up one hit and struck out seven in the final three innings.

White River Valley (13-0) hosts Green Mountain on Friday.

Windsor 21
Mill River 6 (5)

WINDSOR — The Yellowjackets overcame a 5-0 deficit in the first inning to improve to 5-9.

The Minutemen scored five runs on three singles, two walks and two errors on Windsor starting pitcher Dylan Hodgedon. The Yellowjackets gave up one run and one hit the rest of the way.

Hodgdon was relieved in the third, having given up six runs, three hits and five walks with four strikeouts in 2 innings. Justin Smith gave up one hit and one run with two strikeouts in relief.

Offensively, Josh Gaudette was 4-for-4 with three RBIs, William Heim was 2-for-2 with an RBI and Robert Slocum was 1-for-4 with four RBIs. Windsor had 12 hits and travels to Bellows Falls on Friday.

Lebanon 13, Stevens 4

LEBANON — Jon Willeman was 3-for-3 with three RBIs to help the Raiders improve to 9-6.

Lebanon scored nine runs in the fifth and sixth innings. Caleb Smith scored three times with a hit and an RBI, Trey Chickering had a double, an RBI and a run scored and Kobe Benoit was 2-for-5. The Raiders had 12 hits.

Logan Falzarano went four innings, allowing six hits, two earned runs and no walks with three strikeouts. Smith picked up the win, pitching the final three innings with two strikeouts.

Lebanon travels to Hanover on Thursday for a meeting with the Marauders at Dartmouth College’s Red Rolfe Field. Stevens dropped to 6-10 and need a win at Fall Mountain on Friday night to retain hope of making the postseason.

Blue Mountain 8
Rivendell 4

WELLS RIVER, Vt. — Zach Dexter hit a two-run triple and Charlie Bradley was 2-for-3 with an RBI single for the Raptors, who fell to 8-4.

Ty Newman, Dylan Ricker and Zach Gould split time on the mound for Rivendell. Blue Mountain scored four times in the second inning and never looked back. The Raptors travel to Woodstock on Friday.

U-32 10, Oxbow 0 (5)

BRADFORD, Vt. — Trevor Moore’s double with two outs in the fifth inning was Oxbow’s only hit of the game.

U-32 pitcher Owen Kellington left the game in the fourth inning nursing a no-hitter, striking out nine before he was replaced.

“He’s a quality pitcher,” Oxbow head coach Shawn French said.

The O’s (9-5) travel to Lyndon for their regular-season finale on Friday.


Oxbow 13, U-32 1

BRADFORD, Vt. — Madison Fornwalt posted 10 strikeouts and hit a home run to help the O’s to 13-1 with one game remaining before the postseason.

Fornwalt, Oxbow’s star pitcher, also had two hits, two RBIs and four runs scored. Aspen Longmoore was 2-for-4 with two doubles, two RBIs and three runs scored. The Olympians travel to Rivendell on Friday.

Stevens 21, Lebanon 0 (5)

WEST LEBANON — The Cardinals put together 14 hits to improve to 8-8 over winless Lebanon.

Amelia Perizo led the Stevens offense with three hits. Kaitlyn Chambers had four RBIs. Sophomore pitcher Morgan Rhodes threw three strikeouts for the Cardinals. Ashlyn Marsh also had two hits. They close out the regular season at Fall Mountain on Friday.

Lebanon had five hits in the loss. It travels to Hanover on Thursday for its regular-season finale at Dartmouth Softball Park.

Windsor 17, Mill River 7

WINDSOR — The Yellowjackets piled on 17 hits and avenged a 13-4 loss to the Minutemen earlier this season to improve to 5-9.

Brooke McKeen led the offense with four two doubles, two singles and an RBI. Hannah Wood was 4-for-5 with three RBIs, and Jasmine Frazer was 3-for-5 in the offensive explosion.

Peyton Richardson pitched all seven innings, allowing nine hits, including a home run, six walks and seven strikeouts. Windsor broke the game open with seven runs in the sixth inning, adding to a three-run lead.

“I’m happy to see us peaking at this time of our season,” said Windsor head coach Heather Stearns.

The Yellowjackets travel to Bellows Falls on Friday for their regular-season finale.

Woodstock 20, Arlington 4

ARLINGTON, Vt. — Lizzie Peck recorded nine strikeouts, helping the Wasps improve to 6-9.

Cassie Hill had three home runs, Bitty Alexander went 5-for-6 with one home run, Sami Yates was 3-for-5 with two doubles and Mackenzie Yates was 3-for-5 with two doubles in the victory.

Woodstock hosts Green Mountain on Friday for its regular season finale.

Bellows Falls 17
Hartford 12

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Doubles from Bianca Severance and Emily Smith were not enough to spark Hartford’s offense as the Canes fell to 2-12. Bailey Bean and Samantha Gibbs split time in the circle for the Hurricanes, who travel to Burr & Burton on Thursday.

Manchester West 16
Hanover 4

NORWICH — The Marauders fell to 1-11 against Manchester West (5-12). They host Lebanon on Thursday.

Hillsboro-Deering 13
Mascoma 6

WEST CANAAN — Sam Pecararo had three RBIs and Abby Duhaime, Morgan Prentiss and Mara Isham each had one RBI as the Royals fell to 2-13.

Pecararo pitched seven innings, giving up 19 hits while striking out three. Mascoma travels to Berlin for their regular-season finale on Thursday.

Boys Lacrosse

Hartford 18, Otter Valley 4

BRANDON, Vt. — Dawson Nalette led the Hartford offense with four goals and four assists as the Canes improved to 9-4.

Hunter Hutchinson added four goals. Jake Derosier and Logan Raymond scored two goals and had an assist each, Remi Lambert and Kaj Boeri each netted two goals, Andrew Knight and Reece Thompson finished the game with one goal and two assists, and Aidan Boonyaharn and Nick Porter each had a helper. Tarin Prior and Mike Thompson combined for six saves.

Hartford hosts Brattleboro on Friday night.

Woodstock 18
Brattleboro 2

BRATTLEBORO, Vt. — Caden White scored six goals and the Piconi brothers netted a combined seven as the Wasps (10-4) cruised.

White added two assists his haul, Lucas Piconi scored five times with one assist and Keaton Piconi had four helpers to go with a pair of goals. Andrew Gubbins added two goals and two assists for Woodstock, which also received goals from Micah Schlabach (assist), Riley Shepherd and Isaac Emery.

Goalies Gabe Marsicovetere and Nick Bishop combined on seven saves for the Wasps, who wrap up their schedule against Burr & Burton this weekend.

Pelham 14, Lebanon 4

LEBANON — The Raiders closed out their regular season at 2-12 overall and on a five-game losing streak. Lebanon graduates seniors Devin Benson, Jefferey Burgos, Aaron Damren, Mack Gregor, Alex Harrington, Ryan Hart, Patrick Mason, John Moorehead, Brad Plodzik, Ryan Preston, Justin Rogers, Jack Sandmann, Caiden Skakalski and Jack Smyrski.

Girls Lacrosse

U-32 12, Hartford 9

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — U-32 led most of the way and held Hartford (8-5) at bay.

Zoe Pfeiffer scored four goals for the Hurricanes, while teammates Emily Ricker and Alice Dwyer added two apiece; Dwyer notched her 100th career point. Carolyn North scored a goal, and Caroline Hamilton had an assist.

Emi Harlow made eight saves in net for the Canes, who visit Milton on Thursday.

Pelham 15, Lebanon 8

PELHAM, N.H. — Emma Hansen had two goals and Jessie Hastings, Zoe Soule, Ella Longacre, Molly Smith, Hailey Proulx and Sydney Gonyea had solo strikes in Lebanon’s loss.

Clara Cole, Megan Gradigan and Ashlyn Taber has single assists and Lena Nowell made eight saves for Lebanon (6-6), which is at Plymouth on Thursday and hosts Belmont in its regular-season finale on Friday.

Girls Tennis

Bedford 9, Hanover 0

BEDFORD, N.H. — The No. 8-seeded Marauders fell to top-seeded Bedford in the quarterfinal round of the NHIAA Division I tournament. Hanover, which lost to Bedford in the D-I semifinals a year ago, finished its season 9-7 overall and graduates senior Emma Watson from its roster.

Otter Valley 4, Hartford 2

BRANDON, Vt. — The Canes got victories from Phelan O’Keefe at No. 1 singles, 8-0, and Hannah Eastridge at No. 2 singles, 8-1. Hartford closes out its season at 1-6.

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