Local Roundup: Lebanon girls tennis advances to Monday semifinal

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Published: 05-24-2024 5:20 PM

Girls Lacrosse

Lebanon 14, Campbell 3

Key players: Lebanon — Seniors Abby Ripley, Angelina MacDonald, Maddie Jewell, Hadley Rich, Lindsey Stark

Highlights: Maddie Jewell, 4 goals and 2 assists; Abby Auch, 3 goals; 1 goal each for Hadley Rich, Sara Forman, Eden Ames, Norah Burns, Drew Kantor, Savannah Lindsley (1 assist) and Audrey Newton (1 assist); Angelina MacDonald 2 assists; Lindsey Stark 1 assist; Abby Ripley 1 assist; Drew Kantor and Kaylee Cross combined for 4 saves

Coach’s quote: “Today was a great senior send-off. Abby, Maddie, Angelina, Hadley and Lindsey have been an incredible group to coach, and I am so proud of what they have accomplished on and off the field over their years at Lebanon.” — Lebanon’s Sara Ecker

Records: Lebanon 9-5

Hartford 13, Lamoille 5

Key players: Hartford — Madi Barwood, 7 goals; Audrey Rupp, 3 goals, 4 assists; Hailey Vanesse, 1 goal; Nella Bowen, 2 goals; Dakin Kovatch, 5 saves; Zoe Zanleoni, 2 saves

Records: Hartford 12-0

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Hanover 16, Pembroke 0

Key players: Hanover

Highlights: Maeve Lee and Nora Bradley had four goals each. Sage Fargher, Casey Wilkinson and Cassidy Loughman had two goals each. Maeve Bradley and Sophie Hopkins had one goal each. Charlotte Robinson had a shutout in goal.

Records: Hanover 11-4; Pembroke 4-11

Girls Tennis

Lebanon 6, Bishop Brady 3

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

Highlights: No. 2 Lebanon won third, fourth, fifth and sixth singles and also second and third doubles to defeat No. 7 Bishop Brady in a Division III quarterfinal.

Coach’s quote: “Bishop Brady is a talented and deep team, and our respective players are matched competitively up and down the lineup. Beating them three times in a season and advancing to the semifinals is a great accomplishment for our girls.” — Lebanon’s Rob Johnstone

Records: Lebanon 14-1; Bishop Brady 11-5


Laconia 6, Hanover 1

Key players: Laconia — Summer LaFlamme (7 IP, 1 ER, 1 K) Hanover — Jess Lobb (2-for-3, RBI; 6 IP, 2 ER, 4 Ks); Abby Campfield (1-for-2); Evie Maitre (1-for-3, triple)

Highlights: Hanover scored in the top of the first after a triple by Evie Maitre and an RBI by Jess Lobb. Laconia scored two in the first and added two in the fifth and sixth innings to take the win.

Coach’s quote: “This was not our best game, as we struggled both offensively and defensively. It was a long week with three tough games in hot weather. We’ll regroup and be ready for playoffs next week. It’s been a great season for the team, and we have more softball to play.” — Hanover’s Megan Sobel

Records: Laconia 8-8; Hanover 8-8

White Mountains 11
Mascoma 6

Key players: Mascoma — Makenna Houston, Isabella Davis, Aralynn Chiasson, Anna Sullivan

Highlights: Houston pitched a complete game, recording 10 strikeouts. Davis and Chiasson came up with clutch catches for outs in the outfield. Sullivan played a good game behind the plate tonight. Mascoma celebrated senior night recognizing seniors Natalee Petersen, Alyssa Webster, Sophia Taylor and Kylie Rogers.

Coach’s quote: “This was a good game for the team as a whole. We played solid defense; unfortunately, we just couldn’t get the bats going like we needed to. It was a good night overall and a good night to be able to recognize the senior leaders on our team. ” — Mascoma’s Danielle Pushee

Records: White Mountains 3-13; Mascoma 1-14

Thetford 19, U-32 13

Key players: Thetford — Eiea Morgan, Rebecca Osgood, Grace Elmer, Laylianna Benjamin

Highlights: Eiea Morgan drove in five runs on three hits (two doubles and a single). Grace Elmer got things started in the first on a double, scoring two runs. U-32 tied the game in the fifth at 13-13, and the Panthers answered in the top of the seventh with six runs. Laylianna Benjamin got things started with a single on an 0-2 count to dive in two runs. Benjamin went 3-for-3 at the plate. Rebecca Osgood chipped in and went 3-for-4 with three RBIs as well. The Panthers collected 15 hits on the day.

Coach’s quote: “The girls have been playing hard this week, and it was their second win of the week. We are so proud of their progress. We only had 10 players due to illness, and everyone stepped up and contributed to the win today. They never gave up.” — TA’s Michelle Morgan

Records: Thetford 8-4; U-32 6-8


Woodstock 2
Green Mountain 0

Key players: Woodstock — Riley O’Neal, Drew Gallagher, Jake Blackburn

Highlights: Riley O’Neal pitched a complete game. He gave up three hits, had no walks and accumulated 13 strikeouts

Coach’s quote: “I’m proud of the way our team rallied behind Riley to scrape together a couple runs. Our guys were focused from start to finish and everyone did their job. ” — Woodstock’s Jason Tarleton

Records: Woodstock 11-2; Green Mountain 9-3

U-32 14, Thetford 7

Key players: Thetford — JD Farrell, Justin Robinson

Highlights: JD Farrell: 2-for-4, two runs; Justin Robinson: 2-for-3, two runs, double, triple, 2 RBIs; Farrell: 3+ IP, 6 R, 5 ER, 5 H, 3 K, 3 BB, 2 HBP; Goodrich: 1 IP, 0 R; Brooks: 2 IP, 5 R, 4 ER, 2 K, 2 BB, 1 HBP; D. McGovern: 3 R, 1 ER, 1 K, 1 BB

Coach’s quote: “We battled hard today, but self-inflicted mistakes really cost us. Andrew Spooner has been solid behind the plate for us this season. His blocking is so technically sound, nothing escapes him. We are very fortunate to have him. ” — Thetford’s Philip Chaput

White River Valley 15
Stratton Mountain 2

Key players: White River Valley — Jacob Benoit, Joey Ferris, Brayden Russ, Donavan Craven, Finn Bailey, Carter Colson, Zander Clark

Highlights: Donavan Craven got the win on the mound for the Wildcats, throwing the first two innings, giving up one hit and no runs. Carter Colson threw the next two innings, giving up three hits and two runs. Joey Ferris threw the final inning, giving up one hit and no runs. At the plate, the Cats collected 10 hits, three of those coming off the bat of Jacob Benoit who scored four runs as well. Benoit was a home run away from the cycle. Brayden Russ was 2-for-3 with two runs scored. Joey Ferris was 3-for-4 with two runs scored. Finn Bailey was 1-for-3 with three runs scored. Zander Clark added a hit and scored a run.

Records: White River Valley 8-4; Stratton Mountain 0-6