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High Schools: Reynolds gets Bow girls’ lax team back on track

  • Bow's Lindsay Reynolds, left, makes a cut to the goal during the game against Goffstown in lacrosse on Saturday afternoon, May 4, 2013.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Bow's Lindsay Reynolds, left, makes a cut to the goal during the game against Goffstown in lacrosse on Saturday afternoon, May 4, 2013.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Bow's Sierra Welch, left, looks for a pass while being defended during the game against Goffstown in lacrosse on Saturday afternoon, May 4, 2013.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Bow's Sierra Welch, left, looks for a pass while being defended during the game against Goffstown in lacrosse on Saturday afternoon, May 4, 2013.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Bow's Lindsay Reynolds, left, makes a cut to the goal during the game against Goffstown in lacrosse on Saturday afternoon, May 4, 2013.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Bow's Sierra Welch, left, looks for a pass while being defended during the game against Goffstown in lacrosse on Saturday afternoon, May 4, 2013.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

Sophomore Lindsay Reynolds netted 11 goals and added two assists to lead the Bow girls’ lacrosse team to a 19-8 win yesterday at home over Goffstown (3-4).

It’s been a tough season for the Falcons (2-7), who hadn’t won a game since April 11, when they beat Timberlane, 15-5. Defense has been a large part of the problem for Bow, which was giving up 17.7 goals per game before tightening things up against the Grizzlies. The Falcons held Goffstown to four goals in the first half and senior goalie Mikayla Allen finished with nine saves.

Bow’s offense also struggled to start the season, finishing in single-digit goal totals in four of its first five games. But the scoring has started to come around lately as the Falcons scored 22 and 14 goals in their previous two games, and that upswing carried into yesterday’s affair.

While Reynolds and her 11 goals was the clear highlight, four other Bow players registered their name in the scorebook. Freshman Amanda Murray finished with three goals and two assists, senior Kelsey Mumford potted three goals, freshman Julia Currier had one goal and one assist and senior Megan Lighthall added a goal.

The Falcons will try to carry their newfound momentum on the road and into tomorrow’s contest when they travel to Dover (2-6).

GIRLS’ LACROSSE

Concord 18, Nashua South 8

Nine players scored as the Crimson Tide notched a convincing victory.

Chelsey Jobin and Veryonica Daniels tallied four goals apiece for Concord (4-6), while Lexi Erickson scored three goals and Adelaide Symmes scored two goals. Sarah Ek, Grace Orzechowski, Mary Annon, Bella Rubeun and Hannah Bouchard all added one goal.

Lizzie Donlon recorded the win in net with 14 saves.

John Stark 11, Oyster River 4

The Generals outscored Oyster River 5-1 in the second half to finish with a decisive win.

Samantha Valcourt (three goals, two assists) and Gianna Pezzulo (two goals, three assists) led the way for John Stark (3-4). Liz Neal and Elizabeth Palmisano each netted two goals, while Samantha Wetherbee tallied one goal and Danielle Galli recorded a goal and two assists. Clarissa Foote picked up the win in goal with 13 saves.

BOYS’ LACROSSE

Bow 10, Goffstown 5

Devin Calkins led the Falcons (5-1) with four goals and one assist en route to a solid victory.

“I was very impressed with our stick skills and how we moved the ball on offense,” Coach Ross Mondello said. “We are starting to cut more as well and finding more offensive opportunities.”

Matt Sanford had two goals and two assists, Riley Keenan had two goals, and Colby Desmairais had one goal and one assist. Mike Fanaras chipped in one goal, while Dan Crisman and Alex Reitze each added an assist. Derrick LaBranche, Corey Plumb, Charley Reagan, Tucker Johnson, and Alex Reitze played well defensively, according to Mondello. Goalie Travis Beauchain had nine saves.

SOFTBALL

Coe-Brown 18, Kingswood 0

The Bears (8-1) scored 10 runs in the first inning on their way to the win at home against the Knights (0-8).

Kianna Daudelin pitched all five innings for Coe-Brown, giving up just one hit and one walk and striking out six. The sophomore wasn’t bad at the plate, either, going 4-for-4 with two doubles and three RBI. The Bears also got great production from Lauren Jones (3-for-3, two doubles, RBI) and Amanda Riley (2-for-2, double, RBI).

Monadnock 14, H-D 6

Monadnock jumped out to a 7-0 lead after two innings and never looked back to beat Hillsboro-Deering (2-7).

H-D was led by Jenna Rheault, who went 3-for-4. Leah Rheault and Sarah Egner each went 2-for-4, while Alyssa Bailey went 1-for-2.

BASEBALL

Coe-Brown 12, Kingswood 4

The Bears scored early and often, amassing a 12-1 lead through four innings and coasting to the win.

Joe Anatone went the distance for Coe-Brown (4-6), allowing eight hits and three walks while striking out two. Matt Cunningham went 3-for-4 with two RBI and anchored the defensive effort, making a diving catch in left field to prevent a Kingswood rally in the sixth inning. Andrew Langdon went 3-for-4, while Garrett Wensberg recorded a two-run double.

BOYS’ TRACK AND FIELD

Concord at Salem

The Crimson Tide was one of 18 teams competing at the Kiwanis Freshman-Sophomore meet. Concord got second-place results from Leo Sudieh (100) and DJ Ju (high jump). Angel Feliz was third in the long jump and the 4x100 team of Ju, Sudieh, Feliz and Joel Lampron took fourth.

MV First, Kearsarge Fifth

Merrimack Valley won four individual events and two relays en route to 137 points and the team title at the Stevens Twilight meet on Friday night. The Cougars tallied 78.5 points to finish fifth in the 13-team field. Lebanon (107.33), Monadnock (90) and Pelham (84.5) rounded out the top five team scores.

Andrew Alicea (100, 11.55 seconds), Brendan Polichronopoulos (400, 52.28), Carter Saltmarsh (800, 2:04) and John Lindonen (javelin, 155-8) all won individual titles while Saltmarsh, Polichronopoulos and Keegan Hanks (second 400, fifth 200) were members of the first-place 4x400 (3:38) and 4x800 (8:32) relays. Bibek Thapa (third 800, fifth 100) ran on the 4x400 and Branden McCoo (third 3,200) was a member of the 4x800. Lindonen (second long jump, third in 110 and 300 hurdles) and Alicea (third shot put, sixth long jump) placed well in multiple events.

Other top finishes included the second-place 4x100 (45.46) relay of Polichronopoulos, Thapa, Alicea and Mitch Denault that lost by .04 seconds in a photo-finish to Monadnock. Vinny Tevnan was second in the 3,200.

Kearsarge was paced by Gabe Carter’s victory in the triple jump (42-8) and strong finishes in the long jump (fourth) and 110 hurdles (fifth). Jeff Kozikowski also scored points in three individual events (fourth pole vault, sixth 300 hurdles, eighth 110 hurdles) and ran a leg on the fifth-place 4x100 relay with Alex Apkan, Reed Bell and Corey Jerome (third 200, tied-sixth 100). Jacob Jones (third discus, fourth shot put), Conor Terhunne (fourth in 800 and 1,600) and Logan Maville (fifth in 300 hurdles and triple jump) scored in two events.

GIRLS’ TRACK AND FIELD

Concord at Salem

Michaella Conery placed third in the 1,600 with a personal best time of 5:27.07 and was part of the third-place 4x400 relay team along with Kayli O’Donnell, Austin Chudzicki and Kaelin Wilette at the Kiwanis Freshman-Sophomore meet. Concord sophomore Hana Knowles finished third in the shot put and Kate Andy took fourth in the 3,200.

MV SECOND, KEARSARGE SIXTH

Merrimack Valley won five events, but fell short of the victory at the 13-team Stevens Twilight meet. Lebanon’s 153.5 points beat MV’s 130.5. Pelham (85), Monadnock (74), Windsor, Vt. (61) and Kearsarge (40) rounded out the top six teams.

Heidi Gooch won the 400 in a time of 1:04.86 while Randee Tatham (fourth) and Mikayla Godfrey (fifth) joined her in the top five for MV. Both the 4x400 relay (Gooch, Tatham, Meredith Ramsey and Nancy Taban, in 4:19.51) and the 4x100 relay (Ramsey, Tatham, Taban and Erin Bresslin, in 52.34) were victorious while Ramsey won the 100 (13.3) and finished second in the 800. The Pride got a victory in discus (106-8), a third-place finish in the shot put and a fifth-place finish in the javelin from Mary Mullen, who led a strong group of throwers, including Juliannah Adejuyigbe (second discus), Madison Irving (second javelin) and Maureen Mullen (third javelin, fourth shot put, seventh discus).

Another highlight for the Pride was Taban’s second-place finish in the 100 hurdles; her time of 15.97 broke a school record. MV also received top-six finishes from Morgan Walton (third 800), Cassie Owens (sixth 1,600) and Bresslin (fifth pole vault and long jump).

Aryn Morcom led Kearsarge with a win in the high jump (4-10) and a second-place finish in the long jump. Hayley Joseph (fifth 300 hurdles, sixth 100 hurdles) scored in two events, while Emily Kelly (fourth 800), Briggie Carr (fifth 1,600) and Desiree Kalloch (sixth pole vault) also scored. The 4x100 relay of Carolyn Haron, Kalloch, Morcom and Joseph was fifth.

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