Londonderry's Chris Caron winds up and takes a cut at the ball Tuesday afternoon during the Londonderry/Keene baseball game at Londonderry High School.

Hitting three home runs is pretty amazing, especially when all three clear the fence.

Londonderry's Brooke Beaudet managed to do that in a 10-1 blowout win over Winnacunnet on Monday. Beaudet also drove in seven runs on the afternoon.

Beaudet is usually dominating from the pitchers mound, however she clearly showed that she has the ability to take the game over with both her hitting and pitching, giving the Lancers (16-1) an exceptional two-headed monster. Beaudet's home runs in the third, fourth and sixth innings gave her six for the year and the seven total RBIs increased her season total to 23.

Londonderry 2, Concord 0

Samantha Doucette's two-run double in the second inning was the only offense Londonderry would need. Andrea Ouellette allowed only three hits and struck out seven over seven innings and Christina Bailey had a pair of doubles for the Lancers.

Alvirne 1, Pinkerton 0

The Astros were unable to execute offensively as they were shut out by Alvirne. Pinkerton had their chances but were unable to come up with the clutch hits to crack the game open.

Timberlane 8, Pinkerton 2

Shannon Doherty and Katie Miller each had an RBI to lead the way for the Astros in the loss.


Alvirne 2, Pinkerton 1

The offensive efforts of Juan Amador (one hit, one RBI) were just not enough to get Pinkerton past Alvirne in this pitchers duel.

Pinkerton 8, Timberlane 1

Doug Schultz gave up one unearned run and struck out nine to lead Pinkerton past Timberlane. The Astros (11-6) offense was led by third baseman Steve Clark, who hit a two-run triple and first baseman Bryan Farris, who had a hit, scored a run and drove in two runs. Second baseman Luke Streeter contributed two hits, one run and an RBI.

Londonderry 2, Keene 0

Mark Barnett pitched a complete-game shutout, leading Londonderry to a 2-0 win over Keene. Jon McMahon had two hits and Mark McAdam drove in the Lancers' two runs with a pair of hits.


Londonderry 13, Nashua North 4

The Lancers jumped out to a 7-0 lead and never looked back. The offense was fueled by the spectacular play of Justin Sproul who tallied 10 points (seven goals, three assists).

Londonderry 15, Manchester West 3

The Lancers pulled away in the second quarter netting seven goals. Justin Sproul stood out again earning his second consecutive 10-point game. Sproul had eight goals and two assists in the victory. Craig Enos also chipped in with four goals and one assist.

Pinkerton 16, Salem 5

Pinkerton had an extremely balanced offensive attack in this triumph over the Blue Devils. Nolin Murphy, Brian Estes and Teagan Norris had three goals each.


Londonderry 14, Manchester Central 8

Londonderry had a pretty solid one-two punch in this victory over Central. The duo of Kayla Green (five goals, three assists) and Kerry Thompson (four goals, two assists) outscored Central to lead the Lancers past the Little Green.

Londonderry 11, Concord 9

Kayla Green scored four goals to lead Londonderry. Kerry Thompson and Dana Boyle each had a hat trick and Meaghann Mellen scored a single goal. Goalie Jess Slater made 12 saves for the Lancers.

Pinkerton 16, Salem 7

Pinkerton easily defeated Salem. The Astros' (14-1) Kellie Cunningham scored five goals and assisted on three others, while Kelsey Currier and Sara Angelosanto each added a hat trick.

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