16 - April 27, 2012 Salem Patriot by Chris White
After falling to Concord by the score of 21-8 at home on Friday, April 20, the Salem High girls’ lacrosse team rebounded with two consecutive victories over Manchester Memorial and Nashua North last week. The two wins improved Salem’s record to 3-3 overall and 3-2 against Division I opponents. Salem’s most recent victory came at Nashua North by the score of 25-17 on Tuesday, April 24. The Blue Devils built a 15-10 lead by the end of the first half and then outscored North, 10-7, in the second half to take the victory. Salem’s offensive explosion was led by six goals from Megan Zuliani and five goals from Jersey Burns. Shari Juranovits, Alexa Smith, and Tayllar Righini each contributed four goals to the Salem total, while Kerri Dodier and Erika Smith added one goal apiece. Salem assists were provided by Alexa Smith (three), Juranovits (two), Burns (two), Dodier (two), Briana Tan, and Harley Chute. Meanwhile, Salem goalie Katelynn Brooks had 10 saves in the win.
The Blue Devils took a 13-10 victory against Manchester Memorial at home on Saturday, April
by Chris White The Salem Blue Devil softball team shut out all three of their opponents last week to improve their record to 7-0 this season. Salem took wins over Bishop Guertin, Exeter, and Manchester Memorial. The Blue Devils took an 11-0 victory at Bishop Guertin on Wednesday, April 18. The Devils jumped out to a 5-0 lead after two innings and then padded their lead in the later innings after holding the Cardinals scoreless throughout the game.
At the plate, Salem was led by Sarah Frahm (4 for 5, two RBIs, two runs scored), Hannah Latham (3 for 3, two RBIs, two runs scored), Amanda Baron (2 for 4, four RBIs, home run, run scored), and Emily O’Brien (3 for 4, two RBIs, run scored). Also contributing to the Salem offense were Nicole Gubellini (2 for 5, RBI), Samantha Cloutier (2 for 4, run scored), Brittany Wallace (1 for 4, run
scored), Brianna Rastello (1 for 4, run scored), and Amanda Bickford (two runs scored). Gubellini was also the winning pitcher, allowing only three hits over five innings in the shutout. Salem went on to beat Exeter by the score of 5-0 at home on Friday, April 20. Contributing to the Salem offense against the Blue Hawks were Frahm (1 for 4, run scored), Latham (run scored), Gubellini (two RBIs, run scored), Rachel Morrissey (run scored), Baron (2 for 3, RBI, run scored), Stephanie Long (1 for 3, RBI), Cloutier (1 for 3), and Rastello (run scored). Kaitlyn Arsenault was the winning pitcher for Salem, giving up only three hits and registering five strikeouts in five innings of work. The Devils then earned a 13-0 victory over
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Blue Devils Search for First Win Since Pinkerton
by Chris White
After winning its first three matches of the season, the Salem girls’ tennis team won two out of four matches last week. The Blue Devils first fell to Bishop Guertin and Exeter, but rebounded with wins over Nashua North and Nashua South. After falling to Bishop Guertin by the score of 8-1 in Nashua on
Wednesday, April 18, Salem was edged by Exeter, 5-4, at home on Friday, April 20. The Blue Devils split singles match play with Exeter, 3-3, but came up short in the doubles round, 2-1. Salem singles winners included Cassie Hailson (8-5), Olivia Barberian (8-6), and Brenna Blakslee (8-4). Meanwhile, Hailson and Adriana Lonardo won the first doubles match (8-6). Because of a rain out on Monday, April 23 and the scheduling flexibility provided by school vacation week, the Blue Devils played both Nashua High Schools on Tuesday, April 24. The Devils took an 8-1 win over Nashua North in the morning, and then defeated Nashua South by the same count of 8-1 in the afternoon contest. Salem won five of six singles matches against Nashua North, and
then swept doubles play, 3-0. Hailson, Megan Duranko, and Nicole English all won their singles matches by the score of 8-0. Derika Joseph (8-3) and ReAnn Rivera (8-1) were also singles winners for the Blue Devils. The Salem doubles teams of English and Barberian (8-0), Rivera and Courtney Flynn (8-1), plus Lucille Barberian and Lillian O’Connor (9-8, 7-5) were also victorious. Salem went 5-1 in singles play and 3-0 in the doubles round again that afternoon against Nashua South. Singles winners for Salem included Hailson (8-0), Barberian (8-4), Kelsey Perrault (8- 6), Blakslee (8-1), and Duranko (8-0). Doubles victories for the Blue Devils came from the tandems of Hailson and Lonardo (8-5), Perrault and Blakslee (8-4), and Barberian and English (8-5).
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Manchester Memorial on Tuesday, April 24. They were led by multiple hit efforts from Latham (3 for 5, two runs scored), Gubellini (2 for 4, three RBIs, run scored), Long (2 for 4, RBI), Cloutier (2 for 4, two RBI, two runs scored), and Rastello (3 for 3, RBI, three runs scored). Other offensive contributors for Salem included Frahm (1 for 3, run scored),Stephanie Lovett (1 for 1, three RBIs, run scored), O’Brien (1 for 2, run scored), Morrissey (1 for 2), Baron (1 for
Girls’ Lacrosse Win Two Straight
to secure the win. Burns led Salem with four goals, while
Juranovits and Zuliani added two goals apiece. Also submitting goals were Righini, Dodier, Sam Pare, Janelle Borges, and Alexa Smith. Providing assists for the Devils were Juranovits (two), Danielle Smith, Alexa Smith, Righini, Burns, and Dodier. Brooks also had a solid game in goal with 12 saves.
Senior Jersey Burns cuts the Concord defense on her way to scoring a Salem goal
21. The Devils held an 8-6 lead at halftime and then edged the Crusaders in the second half, 5-4,
Salem Softball Remains Undefeated
In the previous game against Concord, the Devils fell behind 10-5 at halftime and could not overcome the deficit in the second half of the 21-8 loss. Burns led Salem with five goals, while Juranovits contributed two goals and Borges had one. Burns also had three assists and Zuliani had one assist. The Blue Devils will see their next action at Londonderry on Friday, April 27, at 4 p.m. After playing at Concord on Saturday, April 28, they will have their next home game against Nashua South on Tuesday, May 1 at 4 p.m.
Sarah Frahm catches an Exeter pop fly on the infield to retire the side
2, RBI), Bickford (1 for 2, RBI, run scored), and Meaghan Williams (run scored). Gubellini earned her fourth win of the season on the pitcher’s mound, giving up two hits and striking out nine.
Salem’s Kaitlyn Arsenault winds up and delivers a pitch versus Exeter last Friday
Salem will see its next action on Monday, April 30 at Timberlane at 4 p.m. The team’s next home game will be on Wednesday, May 2 versus Merrimack at 4 p.m.
Girls’ Tennis Sweeps Nashua High Schools
Blue Devil Olivia Barberian returns the ball to the Exeter side
Salem’s record stands at 5-2 after the wins on Tuesday. After visiting the Derryfield School on Thursday, April 26, Salem’s next match is at Timberlane on Monday, April 30, at 4 p.m. The team’s next home match will be on Friday, May 4, at 4 p.m.
Dan Peters earned the save in Salem’s 8-6 come-from-behind victory against Pinkerton on Friday, April 13
by Chris White The Salem High baseball team hit a rough patch in its schedule after defeating Pinkerton, 8-6, at home on Friday, April 13. Since then, the Blue Devils have fallen to Nashua North, Bishop Guertin, Exeter, and Andover.
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Staff photos by Chris White
Staff photos by Chris White
Staff photos by Chris White
Staff photos by Chris White
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