Local Roundup: Hartford, Hanover girls lacrosse teams win

Published: 05-16-2024 4:59 PM

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Girls Lacrosse

Hartford 6, Stowe 4

Key players: Hartford — Madi Barwood (1 goal, 2 assists); Audrey Rupp (4 goals, 1 assist); Braelyn Park (1 goal); Dakin Kovatch (5 goals)

Coach’s quote: “This was a solid defensive game from both teams. Proud of the girls for hanging in there and finishing with the win.” — Hartford’s Heather Hartford

Records: Hartford 10-0; Stowe 3-6

Hanover 20, Keene 9

Key players: Hanover — Maeve Lee, Maeve Bradley, Casey Wilkinson, Willow Clifford, Cassidy Loughman

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Highlights: Lee (7 goals, 1 assist); Bradley (5 goals, 1 assist); Wilkinson (4 goals); Clifford and Loughman (2 goals each)

Records: Hanover 8-4; Keene 4-6


Hanover 11, Plymouth 3

Key players: Hanover — Giavanna Schembri (3-4, 2 runs scored); Emma Campfield (2-4, 2 RBIs); Jess Lobb (7 IP, 5 hits, 2 walks, 9 strikeouts) Plymouth — Olivia Frost (2-3, 1 RBI)

Highlights: Hanover scored 11 runs on 10 hits. Joanna Bujarski, Lily Smith, and Schembri at the bottom of the line-up combined for five of the team’s 10 hits on the day. Lobb pitched the complete game striking out nine. The senior pitcher has amassed 105 strikeouts on the season.

Coach’s quote: “It’s always tough to play a team twice and back to back is even harder. Hanover was able to say focused to beat Plymouth twice in three days by large margins. The team continues to come together as they battle for a playoff spot as the season winds down.” — Megan Sobel

Records: Hanover 6-6; Plymouth 1-10

Hollis-Brookline 3, Lebanon 1

Key players: Lebanon — Rya Wykes led the Raiders offense going 2-3 with two singles, one stolen base and crossed the plate to score Lebanon’s one run. Lebanon scored one run with three hits and 2 Hollis-Brookline errors. Hollis-Brookline comes away with a win after scoring three runs on 2 hits and 3 Lebanon errors.

Records: Hollis-Brookline 8-5; Lebanon 3-10

Girls Tennis

Lebanon 9, Monadnock 0

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

Highlights: Rich, Utell and Hines were winners in both singles and doubles. The win finished up the best regular season in program history.

Coach’s quote: “The team earned a first-round bye and will host a quarterfinal next Thursday.” — Lebanon’s Rob Johnstone

Records: Lebanon 13-1; Monadnock 0-12


Lebanon 5, Hollis-Brookline 2

Key players: Lebanon — Nick Brill (1-3, 2 RBIs SB, 7 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 4 K, 2 BB); Zach Aldrich (1-2, RBI, 1 R, 2 BB); Hollis-Brookline — Dylan Moreli (5 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 4 K)

Highlights: Lebanon scored three in the third inning on a single by Brill and a fielder’s choice by Bennett Hewett.

Coach’s quote: “Brill pitched a solid game and our defense came through. Hollis-Brookline’s Moreli pitched well and kept us from getting going. We had a lot of quality at bats and did the small things to score runs.” — Lebanon’s Chauncey Wood

Records: Lebanon 7-6; Hollis-Brookline 4-9