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High School Roundup: Lancers' Jake Coleman nets 1,000th; Bedford wins

January 14. 2017 12:47AM

The Londonderry boys’ basketball team did not get the win but it was still a momentous Friday night for the Lancers. Londonderry senior Jake Coleman reached the 1,000-point mark for his career in Londonderry’s 78-63 loss at Exeter.

Coleman who entered the game with 972 career points, dropped 29 points on the Blue Hawks. Ethan Garofalo chipped in 12 points, including two 3-pointers, for the Lancers.

Exeter’s Cody Morissette matched Coleman’s scoring output and added seven assists for the Blue Hawks. Stephen Natola added 17 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double performance for Exeter.

Bedford 69, Winnacunnet 65 (OT): In Hampton, Bedford (5-1) tied the game on Connor Crowley’s four-point play with .9 of a second to play, and then outscored the Warriors in overtime. Nolan Anderson (17) and Liam Greene (16) led the Bulldogs. Winnacunnet (4-3) has lost three in a row.

Alvirne 66, Pinkerton 51: In Hudson, Pinkerton Academy of Derry led 30-26 at halftime before Alvirne (4-1) roared back and outscored the Astros 21-12 in the third quarter. Jay Reynolds led Pinkerton (1-5) with 22 points. Teammate Nick Bortone added 16 points.

Salem 62, Trinity 40: In Salem, the Blue Devils held Trinity to five points in the second quarter and eight points in the third. Griffin Curtis led Salem (3-2) with 16 points and 12 rebounds. The Blue Devils received nine points from Matt McLaughlin and eight from Trevor Deminico. Will Spencer (13) and Jordan Santos (12) led the Pioneers (0-5).

Dover 73, Manchester Memorial 62: In Dover, Dan Caty logged a team-high 20 points for the Green Wave (2-4), who led 35-23 at halftime. Jake Carrier scored a game-high 21 points for Manchester Memorial (2-3).

Manchester West 59, Hollis/Brookline 47: In Manchester, the score was 14-12 West after one quarter before the Blue Knights outscored Hollis/Brookline 14-6 in the second quarter to take command. Jacobee Burpee logged a game-high 25 points, including five 3-pointers, for West (5-2). Carlos Dominguez added 10 points for the Blue Knights. Matt Simco led the Cavaliers (4-1) in scoring with 19 points.

Milford 57, Windham 53: In Windham, the Jaguars cut a 13-point Milford lead to two late in the fourth quarter but the Spartans made their free throws down the stretch to hold on for the win. Evan Ryan tallied a game-high 24 points to lead Milford to 6-0 on the season. Ryan Banuskevich added 14 points for the Spartans. Kyle Rembis led the Jaguars (2-3) in scoring with 15 points. Teammates Chris Houde and Eric Thibodeau logged 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Portsmouth 76, Spaulding 62: In Portsmouth, Joey Glynn scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds in his first game since suffering a broken ankle to help the Clippers (7-0) remain unbeaten.

Hanover 77, Souhegan 64: In Amherst, Hanover (1-3) led by one at halftime but scored 48 points in the final two quarters. Ben Gantrish led the Marauders with 29 points, including six 3-pointers. Anderson Geffard led Souhegan with 17. The Sabers (1-6) received 13 from both Ryan Hickey and David Biddle.

Girls’ basketball

Londonderry 76, Exeter 46: In Londonderry, the Lancers led, 27-7, after the opening quarter and did not let up over the last three. Amanda DeAngelis recorded 18 points and five steals and Hannah Hagearty added 16 points and eight rebounds for Londonderry (5-3).

Goffstown 45, Laconia 37: In Goffstown, the Grizzlies made 21 of their 34 free throw attempts, including 13 of 20 in the final quarter, and raised their Division II record to 5-2. Kelly Walsh led the Grizzlies with 18 points. Jess Edmonds had nine, and Kasey Britton Doucette finished with seven. Helen Tautkus (13) and Hannah Dow (nine) led Laconia (1-7).

Bedford 45, Winnacunnet 31: In Bedford, Jenoyce Laniyan scored a game-high 16 points to help the Bulldogs (9-0) remain unbeaten. Maddie Blake and Aly Fillion each scored eight for Bedford. Emily Britton led Winnacunnet (4-5) with 11. The Warriors have lost four in a row.

Dover 64, Manchester Memorial 54: In Manchester, Dover led, 27-26, at halftime and went on a 25-17 run in the third quarter to pull away. Allison Benson and Katrina Krenzer combined for 49 points for the Green Wave (4-4). Haleigh Shea and Ashley Mathieu-Lafrance both had a team-high 14 points for Memorial (2-5).

Hollis/Brookline 65, West 34: In Hollis, Cassandra Staplefeld scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Cavaliers. Emily Keefe led West (3-4) with 21.

Windham 41, Milford 39: In Milford, Kaleigh Walsh tossed in a game-high 14 points for the Jaguars (3-3). Amy Arena led Milford (0-7) with 10.

Pelham 69, Campbell 29: In Litchfield, Lilly Schlimon powered Division II Pelham (7-1) with 19 points. Caedran Sullivan played well defensively for Division III Campbell (3-5).

Boys’ hockey

Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes 6, Laconia/Winnisquam 1: In Laconia on Thursday, Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes (3-3) took control with a four-goal second period after a scoreless opening frame. Nick Luther scored the lone goal for Laconia/Winnisquam (0-4) off a feed from Noah Smith. Derek Derynioski made 32 saves for Laconia/Winnisquam.

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