"This was a very competitive match," Patriots coach Cheryl Bianchi stated. "The score does not reflect the level of play. The Profile girls are very versatile, well rounded players. They are able to assess their opponents and make the necessary adjustments to get the job done.
"Moultonborough was a formidable adversary today and we are proud of our girls for maintaining their focus and daring to take risks."
Now one of three undefeated teams in Division III along with Bow and Gilford, the Patriots hit the courts again today in Littleton for a 4 p.m. match with the Crusaders.
Singles: 1. Isabelle Eyman def Lexi Welch 8-0; 2. Cher Christnacht def Angela Yeo 8-2; 3. Rachel Johnson def Ally Lively 8-1; 4. Meg Dowling def Megan Wallace 8-6; 5. Anna Bolton def Jenn Lively 8-4; 6. Sophea Sindorf (M) def Brianna Senft 8-3.
Doubles: 1. Christnacht/Johnson def Welch/Wallace 8-1; 2. Eyman/Bolton def Yeo/Ally Lively 8-2; 3. Dowling/Senft def Jenn Lively/Sindorf 8-5.
Dempster Wins Second Straight, Red Sox Beat Jays
TORONTO -- Ryan Dempster won his second straight start and the Red Sox took advantage of a season-high 10 walks to beat Toronto 3-1 on Thursday night.
Dempster (2-2) allowed one run and four hits in six innings. The right-hander, who walked three and struck out four, retired 10 of the final 11 batters he faced.
Winless in his first four starts this season, Dempster posted his first victory by beating Houston a week ago.
Andrew Miller got two outs in seventh and Junichi Tazawa got the third. Koji Uehara pitched the eighth and Joel Hanrahan finished for his fourth save in five chances.
Boston improved its major league-best road record to 9-3 and won its seventh series in nine tries this season.