Londonderry boys tennis won five of its six singles matches to beat Keene 5-3 and advance to the semifinals of the Division 1 tournament. The No. 5-seeded Lancers will play at top-seeded Bedford tomorrow.
Harrison Max, Ryan Broderick, Tim Court, Matt McKinney and Mike Paquette all earned wins in their single matches for Londonderry.
Timberlane and Pinkerton boys were eliminated from the Division 1 tournament. Windham was bounced from the Division 2 boys tourney.
Timberlane lost 9-0 to Exeter. Pinkerton lost 5-1 to Concord. Windham lost 5-4 to Oyster River.
Gabriel Hernandez went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and two runs to lead Andover 9-6 over Central. The win was the Golden Warriors’ 10th, which qualifies them for the tournament.
Angel Abreu stroked a grand slam in the fourth inning and the next hitter, Juan Maldonado, also homered to lead Greater Lawrence 19-4 over Lynn Tech.
In Haverhill’s 16-15 loss to Shawsheen, Kristy Robertson had eight goals. The runaway EMass. scoring leader now has 113 goals this spring.
Two out magic
Dennis Rollfs stroked a bases clearing three-run double with two outs in the fifth. North Reading scored all six of its runs with two outs and won 6-3 over Hamilton-Wenham.
Dan the Man
Dan Rivet fired a 3-hitter with seven strikeouts as North Andover beat Reading, 3-1, to keep its tourney hopes alive. Steven Cramer drove in two of the runs.
Lucille Sirois won 6-3, 2-6, 6-2 at No. 3 singles in the day’s decisive match to lead Haverhill 3-2 over Chelmsford.
Kayla Riley fired a six-inning, no-hitter with seven strikeouts in Whittier’s 18-2 win over Greater Lawrence. Josie Sanchez had a big day with 4 hits, 4 runs and 4 RBIs.
First career homer
Senior Nate Frongillo stroked the first homer of his varsity career, a three-run blast in Whittier’s 12-2 victory over Wayland. Senior Anthony Licciardello also homered.