Londonderry may have lost 4-1 to Goffstown last Wednesday, but Jon McMahon still provided a bright spot for the Lancers.

McMahon, a senior, earned his 100th career hit at Londonderry in dramatic fashion, belting a solo home run. He became the first player in Londonderry history to reach the magical 100-hit mark. The Air Force-bound star also pitched a complete game for the Lancers.

With the loss, Londonderry dropped to 7-4.

Pinkerton 3, Manchester West 1

The Astros got some very good pitching against Manchester West, Bryan Farris pitched a complete game, allowing only three hits, walking one and striking out seven. Juan Amador gave Farris his run support going 3 for 3 with a pair of runs scored for the Astros (9-4).

Keene 4, Pinkerton 1

Pinkerton fell on the short end of a 4-1 decision at Keene. Luke Streeter's suicide squeeze in the sixth inning scored Juan Amador with the lone run for the Astros (9-5).


Manchester West 3, Pinkerton 2

Jessica Arkley slugged a two-run double in the bottom of the sixth to tie the score at two. Arkley's production was not enough for the Astros to overcome their offensive struggles, as they stranded 10 runners on base through seven innings.

Keene 9, Pinkerton 6 (8 innings)

Shannon Doherty had four hits and drove home three runs, but it wasn't enough as Pinkerton fell at home to Keene 9-6. Jessica Arkley also had four hits and drove in one run and pitcher Cara Chooljian threw a complete game with five strikeouts for the Astros.

Londonderry 4, Dover 3

Two unearned runs in the fifth inning helped Londonderry notch its sixth straight win. Brooke Beaudette got her sixth win on the mound and also drove in a run. Andrea Ouellette picked up the save for the Lancers, who are now 13-1.


Hanover 9, Londonderry 3

The Lancers lost their third straight game. Justin Sproul had two goals and D.J. Ryan added one goal for Londonderry (5-5).


Pinkerton 10, Nashua South 6

The Astros got a balanced scoring attack led by standout Kelsey Currier, who had a goal and three assists. Nicole Curry and Sara Angelosanto each managed a hat trick in the victory over the Panthers.

Londonderry 11, Concord 10 (OT)

For the first time in nine years the Lancers were able to prevail over northern rival Concord. Kerry Thompson led Londonderry with five goals. The defense was anchored by goaltender Jess Slater who collected 18 saves for the Lancers (9-2).


Manchester West 8, Pinkerton 1

It was a tough day for the Astros, as they were overmatched by Manchester West. Pinkerton still holds a strong 9-2 record.

Londonderry 6, Goffstown 3

Evan Walsh and Pat Sinnott used the motivation from their singles victories to come together and win an important doubles match for Londonderry.

Manchester Memorial 6, Londonderry 3

Jamie Monks, Pat Sinnott, and Evan Walsh won singles matches for Londonderry in the loss.


Londonderry 9, Goffstown 0

The Lancers blanked Goffstown, as they swept singles play. Kelli Murphy and Ali McKinney won their double match, 8-1, while Jen Kutt and Katie Bever won their match 8-0.

Londonderry 9, Manchester Memorial 0

Londonderry won its fifth straight match. Kelli Murphy, Ali McKinney, Jen Kutt, Katie Bever, Cassie Kelly, and Jess Schofield were among the winners for Londonderry.

Pinkerton 5, Salem 4

Melissa Bogacki and Alissa McKechnie won their match at No. 2 doubles to clinch a 5-4 win for Pinkerton. Laurel Salladay and Megan Berry won singles matches for the Astros. Berry also teamed with Kasey O'Connor to win their doubles match.

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