Hollis-Brookline 6, Stevens 5
CLAREMONT – Stevens lost a heartbreaker on Senior Night in the 8th inning after a 3-run rally in the 7th to tie the game 5-5.
With two outs in the 7th, Jenna Pond got on base with a fielder’s choice, and an Ashlyn Marsh single put runners on 2nd and 3rd. Kaitlyn Chambers hit a deep shot to left field for a homerun, tying up the game at 5 apiece.
In the top of the 8th, Hollis-Brookline scored a run to go up 6 to 5 and the Cardinals were unable to tie things up in the bottom-half.
Madison Lapsley pitched 8 innings for the Cardinals, walking 2, striking out 3 and allowing 5 hits.
Hot Bats for the Cardinals were Chambers with homerun and a sac fly, Amelia Parizo with 2 hits including a double, and Jenna Pond with 3 hits. Ellee Grenier was smooth in Centerfield running down well-hit balls in the gap.
The Cardinals travel to Windsor on Thursday for a 4 p.m. start.
Mascenic 9, Newport 0
NEW IPSWICH – The Tigers were held to just three hits as they were shut out on the road on Wednesday.
In just their fourth loss on the year, Newport gathered hits from Shelby Adams, Megan Howard, and Erin Seagrove.
Mascenic racked up 11 hits on the day, scoring 1 run in the first, 3 in the third, and 5 in the fifth.
Burr and Burton 7, Bellows Falls 0
WESTMINSTER, Vt. – Burr & Burton Academy traveled to Bellows Falls and defeated the Lady Terriers 7-0 on Wednesday. The Terriers drop to a 4-3 on the year.
BF will host Woodstock next on Friday (5/17) for a double header.
Kearsarge 5, Stevens 0
NEW LONDON – In the first of two scheduled contests for Stevens, the Cardinals were swept 0-5 in an abbreviated match against Kearsarge, played at Colby-Sawyer.
The singles results are as follows: 1. Cally Barrette 1 Addy Stadler 8; 2. Fallon Lavertue 0 Olivia Lord 8; 3. Hannah Lembree 1 Rebecca Macdowell 8; 4. Riley Murphy 1 Callie Valeri 8; 5. Lauren Fellows 3 Estelle Chmura 8; 6. Quinn McCaffery — Marissa Montagna DNF.
Inter-Lakes 8, Stevens 0
MEREDITH – Immediately following the conclusion of this match, the Cardinals traveled to Meredith to play Inter-Lakes, falling 8-0.
Singles results: 1. Fallon Lavertue 0 Alyssa Floyd 8; 2. Hannah Lembree 0 Ava Duymazlar 8; 3. Riley Murphy 0 Alannah Ahlquist 8; 4. Lauren Fellows 0 Maeve Torrey 8; 5. Quinn McCaffery 3 Raven Strother 8; 6. Kaitlin Cox 0 Caitlin Harris 8.
Interlakes also prevailed in doubles, 3-0: 1. Lavertue / Lembree 1 Floyd / Duymazlar 8; 2. Murphy / Fellows 2 Ahlquist / Torrey 8; 3. McCaffery / Cox 2 Strother / Harris 8.
Stevens plays Monadnock in a road doubleheader on Thursday, May 16th, before finishing out the season at home against Conant on Friday.
Green Mtn. 11, Woodstock 1
CHESTER, Vt. – Sawyer Pippin was 3-for-3 with a single, double, and a triple and the Chiefs ran away with the ten-run win on Wednesday.
Rex Hill pitched all six innings, striking out 4, and allowing 2 hits and a walk. He was also 2-for-3 at the dish with a double.
Nick Davis, Jacob Thomas, and Everett Mosher all had RBIs for GM as they improve to 10-0 on the season. They will travel to Black River on Friday.
New Hampton 16, KUA 11
In one Lakes Region League semifinal game, KUA came up short against New Hampton, losing 16-11. The game saw the two teams combine for 32 hits and five home runs.
It was back-and-forth through four innings, when in the bottom half of the inning New Hampton took the lead for good 9-7. KUA got one run back in top of the fifth only to see New Hampton plate seven runs in the bottom of the fifth.
Despite the deficit, KUA showed no quit, as Andrew Hadlock, Jonah Silverman and Kyle Young hit back-to-back-to-back home runs with two outs in the seventh. But it was too little too late. Noah Spaulding, Jeremy Sigl, Hadlock, Silverman and Young all had multiple hits for the Wildcats in a game that saw all starters getting hits.