LISBON - Lisbon's Jeff Perham gave up five hits while striking out 12 Profile batters to help the Panthers pick up their 11th straight win, downing Profile, 10-3, on Thursday.

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Freshman designated hitter Devin O'Donnell led Lisbon's 11-hit attack with a perfect 4-for-4 performance at the dish. Shane Carberry provide the Panthers power with a double and a dinger. Lisbon also got doubles off the bats of Shamus Carberry, Perham and Todd Fenoff.

Peter Anderson picked up two of the Patriots' five hits. Ryan Johnson's double was Profile's only extra base hit.

quot;We played a good game, until the bottom of the sixth inning and then we fell apart,quot; said PHS coach Jim Payette. quot;Things just didn't fall for us, they played a better game and the score reflects it.quot;

quot;We are playing well as a team,quot; said LHS coach Tom White. quot;We are playing together and aggressive. Jeff pitched a good game; he stepped up and did a good job.quot;

The Panthers (11-2) are right back in action today when they travel to Lin-Wood for a 4 p.m. contest, while the Patriots (5-7) are off till Tuesday, when they host Lisbon in a rematch at 4 p.m.

Littleton 9, Gorham 8

LITTLETON - Littleton tallied a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to get by Gorham and pick up its ninth win.

Joe Bisson in relief of Kevin Fillion picked up the win on the hill for the Crusaders.

Bisson and Justin Joslin topped all Littleton hitters with two hits each. The Crusaders got doubles off the bats of Fillion and Joslin.

quot;It was a good game up till the top of the seventh inning,quot; said LHS coach Pete Fillion. quot;Three errors in that inning hurt us.quot;

The Crusaders (9-4) host Berlin today at 4 p.m.

Colebrook 13, WMR 4

COLEBROOK - Colebrook improved its record to 12-0 on the season, as the Mohawks dealt White Mountains Regional a 13-4 loss.

Sophomore Tony Laperle, in his first start of the season picked up the win, while the Spartans' Chandler Davis absorbed the loss.

Brandon Oldem paced the Colebrook offense with three hits, with Travis Haynes, Lance Boire and Eric Biron following with two each.

quot;For his first game of the year, Laperle pitched a great game,quot; said CA coach Tim Purrington. quot;He only allowed one walk, while scattering 11 hits.quot;

The Mohawks are right back in action today, when they travel down the road to Groveton for a 4 p.m. game.


Colebrook 9, Canaan 7

COLEBROOK - Colebrook pounded out 11 hits en route to its seventh win of the season. The Mohawks, who trailed by four runs early, came back to edge Canaan, 9-7.

Colebrook was paced by Cortney Morin, who had three hits, followed by Marilyn Katz and Jayne Tarkelson with two hits each.

Jenn Finn went the distance in recording the win, allowing six hits.

quot;We have got to make the plays in the field,quot; said CA coach Bob Unangst. quot;We can't keep using the weather as an excuse.

The Mohawks (7-4) are right back in action today at Groveton at 4 p.m.

Lisbon 16, Profile 1

LISBON - It took a little over 30 minutes for Profile and Lisbon to finish a game they started on May 15. When the game got under way Thursday the Panthers were up 9-0 in the second inning, and it only took them to the top of the fifth to finish it.

Tracy Bronson topped Lisbon's 11-hit offense with three hits, with Tracy Lockwood chipping in with two.

Patriots starter Sarah Dickerman, who didn't touch the ball on Thursday, was credited with the loss, while Amy Boutin picked up the win.

quot;It was tough to start out being behind by nine runs today,quot; said PHS coach Jeff Soule. quot;We did however hit the ball well today. It was just hit hard at someone.quot;

quot;It was a strange game, said LHS coach Graham Perham. quot;There wasn't a lot of emotion and neither team played with much intensity.quot;

The Panthers (11-4) play at Lin-Wood today at 4 p.m., while the Patriots (6-7) wait for Tuesday's rematch with Lisbon at home at 4 p.m.


Littleton 6, Inter-Lakes 0

MEREDITH, N.H. - For the second straight day, Littleton wasn't able to get a complete match in before the rains came, but before they ended the match, the Crusaders had won all six of the singles matches to come away with their 11th win of the season.

Kate Doran, Erin Latulip, K.D. Malmberg, Carol Starring, Kristen Henry and Kelley Tuite, all won easy matches.

quot;I was pleased with the play of our singles players,quot; said LHS coach Al Smith. quot;They all dominated their matches.quot;

The Crusaders (11-2) host Hanover today at 4 p.m. in their last regular season match.

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The Caledonian-Record


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