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December 15. 2012 11:10PM

NHIAA Roundup: Overtime goal lifts Dover past Lebanon

Cam Crowley's second goal of the game came 3:25 into overtime and handed the Dover High School boys' hockey team a 3-2 road victory against Lebanon on Saturday.

Mitchell Welch and Ben Henderson each assisted on Crowley's game-winning goal, which helped Dover improve its Division II record to 2-0. Dover trailed 2-1 after two periods, but tied the contest when Crowley scored at 11:19 of the third. Ryan White scored twice for Lebanon, which slipped to 1-1.

Lebanon goaltender Joe Grout made 57 saves. Dover got 13 saves from Luc Ravenelle.

Bedford 4, Pelham/Windham 0: At Goffstown, four players scored as Bedford raised its Division II record to 2-0.

The Bulldogs received goals from Chris O'Hara, Chris Viola, Kurt Mitchell and Ben Philbrick. Patrick Gagliardi collected two assists.

Steven Tempesta (16 saves) and Alec Lindberg (one save) shared time in net for Bedford. Mike Donovan stopped 28 shots for Pelham-Windham, which dropped to 0-1-1.

Bishop Guertin 4, Nashua North 3: At Tyngsborough, Mass., Evan Dalaker's second goal of the game came with 21 seconds left in the third period and improved BG's Division I record to 2-0.

Reed Farhat and Chris Lovell also scored for BG. Tim Paige, Jake Latham and Bill Loranger tallied for North, which slipped to 0-2.

BG goaltender Griffin Scanlon turned aside 14 shots. Titans goalie Jake Genest stopped 17 shots.

Manchester Central 5, Hanover 2: At West Lebanon, Mitchel Fortin collected two goals and Central overcame 17 minutes in penalties to raise its Division I record to 2-0.

Cole Anderson, Trevor Malmgren and Andrew Kehas also scored for the Little Green. Anderson's goal came during a Central power play. Central goalie Ian Beliveau made 20 saves.

Sam Carey and Mike Yukica scored for Hanover, which received 22 saves from James Montgomery. The loss dropped Hanover's record to 0-1-1.

Pembroke/Campbell 4, Somersworth/Coe-Brown 3: At Rochester, Marcus Bessette scored with 2:35 left in overtime as Pembroke/Campbell raised its Division II record to 1-1.

John Donaghey collected three goals and an assist for Pembroke/Campbell, which received three assists from Cade Lecroix. Timotej Jurenka scored all three goals for Somersworth/Coe-Brown, which fell to 0-2.

St. Thomas 7, Nashua South 0: At Dover, junior left wing Glenn Whiswell scored five goals as the Saints improved their Division I record to 1-0-1.

Joe Richard and Dakota Pidgeon also scored for St. Thomas, which received 12 saves from Zane Angelopoulos. A.J. Bender made 25 saves for South (0-2).

Berlin 9, Kearsarge 0: At Andover, Justin Bien scored three goals and Connor Jewett added two goals and three assists to propel Berlin to a lopsided victory.

Brenden Williams made 12 saves for Berlin, which led 2-0 after one period and 6-0 entering the third. The victory improved Berlin's Division III record to 2-0. Kearsarge slipped to 0-2.

Portsmouth 4, Laconia/Winnisquam 3: At Laconia, Aaron Rancourt scored a five-on-three goal early in the third period that broke a 3-3 tie as Portsmouth improved to 1-1 in Division III.

Dakota Tyno collected a goal and two assists for Laconia/Winnisquam, which fell to 1-1.

Belmont/Gilford 9, ConVal 3: At Winchendon, Mass., Daryl Cahill had three goals and an assist, and Caleb Drouin added two goals as Belmont/Gilford improved its Division III record to 2-0.

Andrew D'Amour added four assists for Belmont/Gilford, which led 5-2 after one period and 9-2 entering the third. Ryan Thibeault, Zack Mackey and Eric Ledger scored for ConVal, now 0-2.

Bow 6, Alvirne 1: At Concord, Michael Fanaras scored two of Bow's four second-period goals to help the Falcons raise their Division II record to 2-0.

Robbie Margeson (nine saves) and Curtis Richall (five saves) split time in net for Bow. Griffin Connor, Matt Murray, Jake Rand and Derek Tillotson scored the other Bow goals.

Trevor Perron collected Alvirne's only goal. The loss dropped the Broncos to 0-2.

Souhegan 9, Moultonborough-Interlakes 2: In Moultonborough, the Sabers scored four goals over the first 5:25 of the second period to pull away with the Division III win.

Joe Nutting had a natural hat trick for Souhegan (2-0) and Mike Hayden registered five points. Nick Shute and Simon Campbell both scored for Moultonborough-Interlakes (0-1).

Girls' hockey

Bishop Guertin 8, Bishop Brady/Trinity 2: At Tyngsborough, Mass., Brittany Levasseur and Brianna Bermingham each collected three goals to help BG raise its record to 3-0.

Mighan Nannan scored twice for the Cardinals, who received 24 saves from Julia Pelletier. A.M. DiSciscio and Melissa Houde scored for Bishop Brady/Trinity, now 0-2.

Souhegan 2, Exeter 1: At Hudson, Hailee Forest's goal at 10:26 of the second period gave the Sabers their first victory in program history.

Caree Pitts opened the scoring for Souhegan midway through the first period, but the Blue Hawks' Kathryn Maher evened the count at 1-1 three minutes into the second. Souhegan goalie Sarah LaFleur made 25 saves, while Exeter netminder Kate Dawson finished with 18 saves.

Bowling

Merrimack posted the top team score and came away with four points in a four-team event at Merrimack Ten Pin Center. The Tomahawks prevailed with a 1,616 total, defeating Souhegan of Amherst (1,552), Hollis-Brookline (1,490) and Goffstown (1,220).

Matt Amodio (385), Justin Conway (336), Tim Morin (329), Shawn Crement (307), Angel Lemieux (298) and Zack Amodio (298) were Merrimack's top bowlers.


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