Great Day to walk off
It looked like Pinkerton was about to be on the wrong end of a nine-inning game last Wednesday. But, after allowing a run in the top of the ninth, Brady Day was the hero and delivered a walk-off two-run double with two outs in the bottom half to score Asa Runge and Connor Jenkins to lead Pinkerton to a 4-3 win. Day went 3 for 5 and had three RBIs.
Lancers slug past Owls
The undefeated Londonderry baseball team (5-0) recorded 14 hits, including three each from Sean Cavenaugh and Reece Manor to slug past Timberlane 15-6 last Wednesday. Cavenaugh also tallied three runs scored and an RBI while Manor had four RBIs and a run scored.
Rea’s big night
Junior Neil Rea had five kills, delivered 18 assists and notched four aces to lead Windham to a 3-0 sweep of Hollis-Brookline last Monday, winning, 25-12, 25-23, 25-17. Junior Devin Ulbrich added six digs.
Astros win big
Junior Lauren Lisauskas notched five goals and five assists to lead Pinkerton past Londonderry, 19-5, last Monday. Junior Lilly Auger had four goals and two assists, while junior Madison Daziel added three goals. The Astros held Londonderry to zero shots in the second half.
Father beats daughter
Windham softball coach Dave Hedge probably had mixed feelings as the Jaguars crushed Manchester Memorial last Wednesday, which is coached by daughter Rachel. Sophomore Makayla Panich was 2 for 3 with a home run and three RBIs and classmate Jasmine Moskowitz was 2 for 3 with a home run and two RBIs.
Lancers squeak out win
It took everyone, but the Londonderry boys tennis team eventually earned a 5-4 win over Alvirne on Thursday. Cam Ives won at first singles (8-3), Jay Hayes won at third singles (8-2), Tanner Fortier was a winner at fourth singles (9-8), Ben Doris won at fifth singles (8-6) and Fortier teamed with Cameron Poitres to win at second doubles (8-1).
Larissa Piessens launched two home runs and Leeten Adolt added another as Windham softball crushed Dover, 11-3 on Friday. Both Piessens and Adolt finished with four RBIs apiece.