Trailing 6-4 in the bottom of the third, Windham scored 12 runs in the bottom of the third, including eight before an out was made, on its way to a 19-10 victory over Pelham. Steven Dastous and Mike DiOrio led the way for Windham. Both had a double and triple and they combined for 11 RBIs.
"I've never been involved in an inning like that," said Windham coach Derek Lee. "It was crazy."
Close to perfect
Ryan Browner came within three outs of his second career no-hitter in Georgetown's 9-0 whitewashing of North Shore. Browner, who yielded just two hits in going the distance, was perfect through five innings. First baseman Dan Manning turned several high throws into outs and third baseman Tom Pingree showed good range to help preserve the no-hit bid.
Half-dozen for Paradis
Freshman Brooke Paradis has become the focal point of Pelham lacrosse's offense, scoring six times in an 11-10 victory over Laconia. "Brooke played a really nice game at midfield and attack," said coach Kaite Carmody. "She's the one the offense funnels through." Defender Makenzie Masiello also turned in a strong effort for the Pythons.
A perfect start
Junior Rebecca McGrath remained unbeaten in both singles and doubles on the season, highlighting Pinkerton's 9-0 shutout of Dover.
Hannah Latham (2 for 3) and Sam Cloutier (3 for 4) both remained hot at the plate as Salem ripped 19 hits in an 18-4 victory over Nashua North.
Londonderry softball coach Wayne MacDougall was worried about his team's lack of power this year, but the concern seems unfounded. The Lancers hit three home runs yesterday in an 8-0 win over Dover, giving them six on the year. Lindsey Bolduc, Rachel Kreytenberg and Sam Corey had the blasts yesterday while Kelsey Enright had a key two-run double and Colleen Clark was 4 for 4.
Lange rips 2 home runs
Timberlane junior Masha Lange (3 for 3) smashed two three-run homers, drove in seven runs and scored three times to power surging Timberlane (3-1) to a 17-4 victory over Exeter. Madison Bishop also had three hits and four other players added two hits, including Caroline Salvaneschi, who also had a great catch in center field.
Jon DelaCruz tossed a complete-game six-hitter and added a pair of stolen bases in Haverhill's 4-2 non-league victory over Masconomet. The Hillies, who broke a tie with two runs in the sixth inning, got six of their seven hits from Stas Firek and Brendon Bretton (run scored each) as well as sophomore Tom Maguire (RBI).
No Wildcat letup
Whittier's baseball team continued to roll, blasting Triton 11-1. Paul Mahoney threw a nifty two-hitter, striking out 11, and the Wildcats (5-0) pulled away with a seven-run second inning highlighted by a Brian Vezina (2 for 4) triple and a three-run double by Andrew Wells (3 for 4).
"That's as good as I've seen Paul pitch," said Whittier coach Joe Boland.
Londonderry's boys lacrosse team held defending Division 1 finalist Pinkerton to nine goals in an impressive 11-9 victory. Greg Bohlig led the unbeaten Lancers (3-0) with three goals and Kyle Graham had two goals and three assists.