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Local roundup: Stevens routs Hanover on softball diamond

Staff Reports
Published: 5/20/2022 8:35:10 AM
Modified: 5/20/2022 9:14:22 AM

NORWICH — Brianna Frisbee pitched all five innings and had couple of hits for the Stevens High softball team in an 18-3 win over Hanover at the Dresden Athletic Fields on Thursday.

The Cardinals took some time to adjust to the pitching of Hanover, head coach Missy Nichols said. Their bats came alive in the fourth inning, scoring eight runs.

Stevens got two hits apiece from Kiley Bundy, Frisbee, Zoie Stevens and Josie Aiken.

The Cards (11-3) are at Oyster River on Wednesday, while the Bears (1-10) welcome ConVal on Friday.

Newport 22, Kearsarge 2

NEWPORT, N.H. — Emmah O’Connor led the Tigers with three hits and Tanya Sanchez had two in a win over the Cougars.

Newport led, 5-0, after one and was up by 20 runs after three innings.

Lexi Durgin and Katie Sharron had a hit each for Newport as well.

The Tigers (10-3) travel to Hillsboro-Deering on Friday.

Boys Lacrosse Hollis-Brookline 11, Hanover 8

HANOVER — The Bears were down by a goal at halftime, 4-3, before Hollis-Brookline pulled away in the second half.

For Hanover, Brendan Logan had four goals and two assists, Jack Gardner a goal and assist and Brendan Kwaku, DH Hendrick and Schuyler Clapp netted a goal each. Henry Cotter had 18 saves for the Bears.

Hanover (4-7) is at Bow on Monday.

Girls Lacrosse Lebanon 1, Belmont 0

LEBANON — The Raiders (7-2) won by forfeit because Belmont canceled its season. Lebanon travels to Trinity on Friday.

Track and field Hanover tops Lebanon, Thetford

HANOVER — The Bears dominated the three-team meet with Lebanon and Thetford, scoring multiple wins for both the boys and girls.

Aidan Bradley (100 meters), Taj Bagnato (200), Pierce Seigne (400), Tobin Durham (800) and Lucian Gleiser (1,600) finished first Hanover. Also for Hanover, Aidan Powell won the 110 and 300 hurdles, and the boys won the 4x400 and 4x800 relays.

Thetford’s Finn Linehan won the triple jump and pole vault. Also with first place for the Panthers were Chase LeFevre (shot put)and Harley Ransom (discus). Lebanon’s Thomas Wolfe won the 3,200-meter race.

For the girls, Hanover winners included Mia Bagnato (100, 800 meters), Eva Simpson (400), Sarah Glueck (1,600), Emma Kleber (high jump) and the 4by400 relay team. For Thetford, Ava Hayden won the 3,200 and dual winners for the Panther girls were Madelyn Durkee (200, long jump), Kiran Black (100 hurdles, triple jump) and Charlize Brown (javelin, pole vault).

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