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January 12. 2013 12:01AM

NHIAA scoreboard, Jan. 11, 2013


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Friday's scores
Boys’ basketball

Fall Mountain at Bellows Falls, Vt.
Bedford 55, Winnacunnet 53
Mascoma 51, Belmont 46
Berlin at Gilford
Lebanon 60, Bishop Brady 37
Man Memorial 64, Bishop Guertin 61
Raymond 59, Bow 51
Farmington 70, Campbell 65
Profile 53, Canaan-Pittsburg 38
Coe-Brown at Oyster River
Littleton 71, Colebrook 62
Merrimack 65, Concord 40
Fall Mountain at Conant
Derryfield at Concord Christian
Souhegan 68, ConVal 42
Pembroke 86, Windham 54
Pittsfield 61, Wilton-Lyndeborough 49
Dover 52, Nashua North 36
Epping 69, Portsmouth Christian 37
Exeter 50, Pinkerton 40
Franklin 43, Laconia 40
Pelham 65, Goffstown 47
Lin-Wood at Groveton
Hillsboro-Deering at Newport
Hollis/Brookline 54, Milford 38
Monadnock 73, Hopkinton 60
Prospect Mountain 95, Inter-Lakes 71
Manchester Central 73, Londonderry 48
Portsmouth 57, St. Thomas 41
Salem 64, Keene 54
Plymouth 76, Kennett 69
White Mountains 60, Newfound 50
Newmarket 64, Sunapee 47
Nashua South 75, Timberlane 37
Kingswood at Merrimack Valley
Trinity 56, Spaulding 54
Lisbon 54, Moultonborough 46

Girls’ basketball
Canaan-Pittsburg 38, Profile 25
Bedford 55, Winnacunnet 40
Spaulding 53, Trinity 38
Winnisquam 43, Stevens 34
Littleton 52, Colebrook 49
Bow 43, Raymond 13
Pelham 53, Goffstown 38
Prospect Mountain 31, Inter-Lakes 27
Kennett 57, Plymouth 30
Merrimack Valley at Kingswood
Mascenic 44, Sanborn 34
Mascoma 46, Belmont 39
White Mountains 49, Newfound 34
Sunapee 54, Newmarket 49
Timberlane 41, Nashua South 36
Pembroke at Windham
Pittsfield 44, Wilton-Lyndeborough 31
Portsmouth 49, St. Thomas 36
Bp Guertin 68, Manchester Memorial 39
Gilford at Berlin
Campbell 61, Farmington 46
Concord at Merrimack
Concord Christian 29, Derryfield 27
Epping at Portsmouth Christian
Pinkerton 37, Exeter 26
Bellows Falls at Fall Mountain
Souhegan 64, ConVal 44
Nashua North 65, Dover 53
Laconia 42, Franklin 38
Hanover 44, John Stark 34
Newport 44, Hillsboro-Deering 42
Milford 39, Hollis/Brookline 37
Salem 70, Keene 62
Lebanon at Manchester West
Groveton 69, Lin-Wood 7
Moultonborough 35, Lisbon 28
Londonderry 75, Manchester Central 26
Conant 50, Bishop Brady 40

Saturday's games
Boys’ basketball

John Stark at Hanover

Girls’ basketball
Blue Mtn, Vt. at Woodsville

Boys’ hockey
Goffstown at Dover, Dover Ice Arena, 4:15; Souhegan at Portsmouth, Rinks at Exeter, 8:30; Exeter at Salem, Salem ICenter, 4:30; Hollis/Brookline at Berlin, Notre Dame Arena, 6; John Stark/Hopkinton at Kearsarge, Ted Melody Rink, 6:30; Hanover at Manchester Memorial, JFK Coliseum, 4:30; Kennett at Laconia-Winnisquam, Laconia Ice Arena, 6:05; Manchester Central at Londonderry, Salem ICenter, 6:40; Alvirne at Lebanon, Campion Arena, 5:20; Moultonborough-InterLakes at Belmont-Gilford, Laconia Ice Arena, 8:15; Bishop Brady at Nashua South, Conway Arena, 2:30; Pinkerton at Bishop Guertin, Skate 3 Arena, 1:30; Merrimack at Winnacunnet, Rinks at Exeter, 8:30; Manchester West at ConVal, Winchendon School, 11 a.m.; St. Thomas at Nashua North, Conway Arena, 4:30; Oyster River at Pembroke-Campbell, Tri-Town Arena, 1:50;

Girls’ hockey
Lebanon at Concord; St.Thomas-Dover at Exeter; Oyster River at Berlin/Gorham; Souhegan at Bishop Brady-Trinity; Hanover at Bishop Guertin

Wrestling
Manchester Memorial at Bishop Guertin; Manchester Memorial at Nashua North; Manchester Central at Pinkerton; Pelham at John Stark; Merrimack at Oyster River

<strong>BOYS’ BASKETBALL
AT DERRY
Exeter 50, Pinkerton 40</strong>
Exeter: Jack Holler 2-0-5; Sam Klemarczk 1-0-2; Joe Scheidler 2-0-4; Mah Vigars 1-1-3; Tyler Russ 3-1-9; Zack Adler 1-0-2; Max Medley 5-2-12; Chris Stowel 2-1-5; Ben Swett 3-0-8. Totals 20-5-50 3-pointers: Holler, Russ 2, Swett 2
Pinkerton: Thomas Lennon 1-2-4; Luke Testa 4-5-14; Addison Wood 0-1-1; Andrew Lechner 2-1-5; Cam Welch 1-6-8; Scott Bradley 3-0-6; Justin Scott 1-0-2. Totals 12-15-40 3-pointers: Testa
<strong>Exeter (2-4)    -10-6-13-21 — 50
Pinkerton (1-4)    14-9-  7-10 — 40

AT CONCORD
Merrimack 65, Concord 40</strong>
Merrimack: Austin Franzen 4-0-10; Connor Whelan 1-0-2; Brad Jarry 4-2-10; Mitch Denton 3-5-12; Eric Gendron 5-2-12; Mike Gasper 1-0-3; Shayne Bourque 8-0-16. Totals 26-9-65 3-pointers: Franzen 2, Denton, Gasper
Concord: Kaleb Marquis 3-3-11; Kelly 1-0-2; Dascelli 1-0-2; Toe 0-1-1; Sam Marquis 6-1-16; Szolc 0-2-2; Gunn 3-0-6. Totals 714-7-40 3-pointers: G. Marquis 2, S. Marquis 3
<strong>Merrimack (4-2)    -21-13-17-14 — 65
Concord (1-5)    7--10-14-  7-  9 — 40

AT NASHUA
Dover 52, Nashua North 36</strong>Dover: Josh Cote 2-8-13; Billy Carroll 4-4-13; Carter Moore 2-2-6; Collin Shaughnessy 0-5-5; Cam Powell 1-2-5; Grant Faustino 1-2-4; Phil Boyatsis 1-2-4; Kareem Winn 1-0-2. Totals 12-25-52 3-pointers: Cote, Carroll, Powell
Nashua North: Jordan Lates 5-0-11; Aaron Cordova 3-0-8; Bendan Kastens 2-1-5; Myles Reed 2-0-4; Shea Billett 1-2-4; Demitre Jackson 1-0-2; Justin Carter 1-0-2. Totals 15-3-36 3-pointers: Lates, Cordova
<strong>Dover (3-3)    --11-10-12-19 — 52
Nashua North (1-5)    13-  9-  9-  5 — 36

AT MANCHESTER
Trinity 56, Spaulding 54</strong>
Spaulding: Michael Bellio 1-2-4; Alexander Gray 1-0-3; Darian Berry 0-1-1; Charles Nevejans 3-2-8; Dominic Paradis 3-0-8; Quinn Connelly 1-0-2; Seth Fogg 3-0-8; Nicholas Macgregor 6-0-14; Anthony Ciccotelli 3-0-6.  Totals: 21-5-54 3-pointers: Paradis 2, Fogg 2, Macgregor 2
Trinity: Wenjin Gabriel 1-0-2; Brad Rhoads 2-3-9; Ryan Otis 4-1-10; John Cullity 2-0-5; Mabor Gabriel 6-2-14; Carmen Giampetruzzi 3-0-6; Patrick Keefe 3-4-10. Totals: 21-10-56 3-pointers: Rhoads 2, Otis, Cullity
<strong>Spaulding (5-1)    18-15-14-  7 — 54
Trinity (5-0)    -16-18-12-10 — 56

AT PEMBROKE
Pembroke 86, Windham 54</strong>
Windham: Tucker Lippold 5-0-13; David Carborello 2-2-8; Tyler Masone 3-3-10; Andrew Lowman 6-5-17; Zach Breton 1-0-3; Connor Redmond 0-1-1; Joel Lorenz 1-0-2. Totals: 18-11-54   3-pointers: Lippold 3, Carborello 2, Masone 1, Breton 1
Pembroke: Rene Maher 5-0-10; Matt Persons 6-0-15; Patrick Welch 13-3-33; Jordan Williams 4-0-8; Dominic Timbas 4-1-9; Connor Boucher 2-0-4; Cameron Taylor 1-0-2; Mike Freeman 2-1-5. Totals: 37-5-86   3-pointers: Persons 3, Welch 4
<strong>Windham (1-5)    -12-  7-17-18 — 54
Pembroke (7-0)    -20-23-20-23 — 86

AT SALEM
Salem 64, Keene 54</strong>
Keene: Brian Boulay 4-4-15; Taylor Lawrence 3-5-12; Tristan Primus 0-1-1; Isaac Tousley 1-0-2, Hunter Downs 2-1-7; Taylor Sarrette 6-3-15; Mason Blanchard 0-2-2. Totals: 16-16-54 3-pointers: Boulay 3, Downs 2, Lawrence.
Salem: Anthony Lopez 2-0-4, Michael Felix 3-5-12; Jeff Larosa 3-1-7, Jack Hartman 4-2-10, Steven Nugent 4-5-13, Brent Barrett 3-0-6, Matt Vartanian 1-2-4, Ike Latham 4-0-8. Totals: 24-15-64 3-pointers: Felix.
<strong>Keene (0-6)    -13-13-18-10 — 54
Salem (1-4)    -13-13-18-10 — 64

AT MANCHESTER
Central 73, Londonderry 48</strong>
Londonderry: Alex Champa 1-1-5, Max Coleman 6-4-16; Ben Parker 1-0-2; Grant Peters 1-0-2; Brendan Enwright 1-3-5; Bob Wilson 7-1-15; Mike Russell 1-1-3. Totals: 19-9-48. 3-pointers: Champa.
Central: Troy Pelletier 6-4-19; Dawson Dickson 3-3-11; Brett Hansen 4-3-11; Mike Plentzas 2-1-5; Nick Makris 1-0-2; Tyler Kelly 7-1-15; Nate Guillermo 2-0-5; Collin Duffley 1-0-3; Keanyon Lambert 0-2-2. Totals: 26-14-73. 3-pointers: Pelletier 3, Dickson 2, Guillermo.
<strong>Londonderry (2-4)    9-10-  9-20 — 48
Central (6-0)     --7-35-17-14  — 73

AT NASHUA
Memorial 64, Bishop Guertin 61 (OT)</strong>
Memorial: Oumaru Kante 4-1-9; Joel Mayola 2-1-5; Kabongo Ngalakulondi 2-8-12; Zoubel Iradukunda 4-2-12; Tong Akot 10-4-26. Totals 22-16-66 3-pointers: Iradukunda 2, Akot 2
Bishop Guertin: C.J. Boykin 1-2-4; Chad Olivieri 1-0-2; Costas Niarhos 3-0-6; Steven Toscano 2-3-7; Andrew Williams 2-0-6; Kyle Gavin 5-1-13; John Noon 3-0-7; Jeff Lunn 7-2-16. Totals 24-8-61. 3-pointers: Williams 2, Gavin 2, Noon
<strong>Memorial (5-1)    19-19-15-  3-8 — 64
Bish Guertin (5-1)    11-15-17-13-6 — 61

AT HAMPTON
Bedford 55, Winnacunnet 53</strong>
Bedford: Sean Purcell 1-2-4; Taylor Grande 1-3-6; James Caparell 4-1-9; Cam Meservey 7-0-18; Ryan Brown 0-2-2; George Mokas 2-1-5; Sam Thomas 3-5-11. Totals 18-14-55 3-pointers: Grande, Meservey 4
Winnacunnet: Ryan Gigliotii 2-4-10; Pat Lamprey 2-0-6; Rich Ruffin 3-4-11; Matt Guerin 1-0-2; Sam Knollmeyer 2-4-9; Ben Gareau 3-4-11; Jordan Cutting 2-0-4. Totals 15-16-53 3-pointers: Gigliotii 2, Lamprey 2, Ruffin, Knollmeyer, Gareau
<strong>Bedford (3-2)    --16-10-14-15 — 55
Winnacunnet (4-2)    16-16-11-10 — 53</strong>

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<strong>GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
AT BEDFORD
Bedford 55, Winnacunnet 40</strong>
Winnacunnet: Maelan Castro 2-0-4; Mimi McLeod 8-3-19; Kelly Dolan 1-0-2; Paige Wasson 1-0-2; Molly Britton 2-0-5; Carly Gould 4-0-8. Totals 18-3-40 3-pointers: Britton
Bedford: Maggie McGowan 2-1-5; Isabel Munoz 1-0-2; Haley Driscoll 11-0-22; Rachel Collins 2-0-4; Nikki Tucci 0-2-2; Gabby Hunter 1-0-2; Ali Glennon 2-0-4; Courtney O’Connell 1-0-2; Caroline Conrad 2-1-6; McKenzie Brown 3-0-6. Totals 25-4-55 3-pointers: Conrad
<strong>Winnacunnet (3-3)    11-14-6-  9 — 40
Bedford (6-2)    --17-21-6-11 — 55

AT DOVER
Nashua North 65, Dover 53</strong>
Nashua North: Taylor Choate 6-5-20; Sarah Cordova 5-2-16; Eden Tomascewski 3-3-9; Marie LaPlante 2-2-6; Geneiveve Gosselin 3-0-6; Brittany Desroches 1-1-3; Sarah Upton 1-0-2; Sarah Amrein 1-0-2; Ali Nelson 0-1-1. Totals 22-14-65 3-pointers: Choate 3, Cordova 4
Dover: Molly Wotton 5-3-13; Katie Boyatsis 5-2-12; Molly St. Germain 3-0-6; Emily Vincent 3-0-6; Abby Locke 1-3-5; Abby Tilton 2-1-5; Shannon Goff 2-0-5; Mercedes McDermott 0-1-1. Totals 21-10-53 3-pointers: Goff
<strong>Nashua North (6-0)    18-  9-18-20 — 65
Dover (5-4)    --  7-15-11-20 — 53

AT MANCHESTER
Bishop Guertin 68, Memorial 39</strong>
BG: Jamie Sherburne 3-2-8; Megan Kerutis 3-0-6; Jillian Barbaro 1-0-2; Sarah Shields 1-2-4; Gabriella Tiercy 4-0-8; Paige Parkinson 2-0-4; Lindsay Shepard 1-0-2; Mia Vecchione 1-1-3; Madison Gibbs 1-0-3; Meghan Green 6-2-14; Nicole Hayner 5-0-14. Totals: 28-7-68 3-pointers: Gibbs 1, Hayner 4
Memorial: Allie Hartford 1-3-5; Abby Morrison 0-0-0; Amela Imanovic 3-4-11; Kathryn Gabert 0-0-0; Kelly Paris 0-2-2; Olivia Ross 1-0-2; AJ Akot 1-2-4; Jess Sweetser 1-0-2; Makenah Grisson 4-5-13;  Totals: 11-16-39 3-pointers: Imanovic 1
<strong>BG (7-1)    -19-13-16-20 — 68
Memorial (3-5)      6-  8-12-13 — 39

AT EXETER
Pinkerton 37, Exeter 26</strong>
Pinkerton: Kayla Stacy 1-2-5; Sam Breslan 6-5-18; Colleen Fortier 1-0-2; Belle Martin 2-3-7; Melissa Martel 0-1-1; Corinna Moore 1-1-4. Totals 11-12-37 3-pointers: Stacy, Breslan, Moore
Exeter: Nicole Braun 3-0-6; Jenna Connor 1-0-2; Taylor Grisalba 3-0-6; Nataliei Paulette 2-0-4; Michaela White 2-2-6; Elise Leavitt 0-2-2. Totals 11-4-26 3-pointers: none
<strong>Pinkerton (7-0)    9-3-11-14 — 37?
Exeter (4-3)    -6-4-  8-  8 — 26

AT ROCHESTER
Spaulding 53, Trinity 38</strong>
Trinity: Cailey Caulfield 1-0-2; Lizzy Meehan 1-0-3; Ashley Hill 1-0-3; Jillian Gilman 4-8-16; Meredith Farrell 2-2-8; Hope Willard 2-3-8. Totals 11-13-38 3-pointers: Meehan, Farrell 2, Williard
Spaulding: Ashley Lemery 6-1-19; Chloe Routhier 2-5-9; Lyndsee Thompson 1-2-4; Emily Benway 4-2-10; Jade Lawler 1-0-3; Kara Levertu 1-0-2; Shawnna Flynn 3-0-6. Totals 18-10-53 3-pointers: Lemery 6, Lawler
<strong>Trinity (3-5)    -  7-  8-12-13 — 38
Spaulding (1-7)    14-13-13-13 — 53

AT LONDONDERRY
Londonderry 75, Central 26</strong>
Central: Angelina Marazz 1-3-5; Devin Lacroix 1-0-3; Sarah Michaud 1-0-3; Amanda Gaudreault 4-0-9; Caitlyn Vincent 1-0-2; Mary Soares 1-2-4. Totals: 9-5-26     3-pointers: Lacroix, Michaud 1, Gaudreault 1
Londonderry: Jaime King 4-0-9; Noel Lambert 1-0-2; Kim Radzalovage 1-0-2; Jenna Conroy 0-2-2; Aliza Simpson 8-4-23; Liz Caron 0-2-2; Taylor Collins 1-1-3; Jordan Marett 4-0-11; Whitney Roche 2-0-4; Kirstin Enright 4-2-10; Casey Evans 2-3-7. Totals: 27-14-75      3-pointers: King 1, Simpson 3, Marett 3
<strong>Central (1-7)    --10-  2-  5-  9 — 26
Londonderry (6-2)    19-15-24-17 — 75

AT LITCHFIELD
Campbell 61, Farmington 46</strong>
Farmington: Mckenzie Lloyd 0-11-11; Kara Shannon 0-5-5; King 0-2-2; Emily Squires 3-4-10; Kelsey Gregoire 2-1-5; Shannon Cerdner 4-4-13. Totals 9-27-46 3-pointers: Cerdner
Campbell: Aly O’Donnell 2-2-7; Rebecca Landrau 1-0-2; Brianna Hardy 4-0-9; Kali Trunca 1-0-2; Heather Baron 0-2-2; Kylee Julia 1-0-2; Alex Trevains 3-1-7; Alexis Putzlocker 2-0-4; Hannah Neild 7-1-16; Danielle Mackey 5-0-10. Totals 26-6-61 3-pointers: Neild, Hardy, O’Donnell
<strong>Farmington (5-3)      8-11-  9-18 — 46
Campbell (8-2)    14-18-11-18 — 61

AT CONCORD
Concord Christian 29, Derryfield 27</strong>
Derryfield: Rachel Larrivee 2-4-8; Amy Trinh 2-0-5; Justice Content 2-0-4; Hannah Zinn 1-2-4; Hannah Menakaya 1-2-4; Liz Krogman 1-0-2. Totals: 9-8-27 3-pointers: Trinh.
Concord Christian: Kendra Jarvis 3-2-8; Kaity Purtell 3-1-7; Lauren McGlaughlin 3-0-6; Hannah Revitsky 2-0-4; Nastassja Martel 0-4-4. Totals: 11-7-29 3-pointers: None
<strong>Derryfield (4-5)    -7-6-7-  7 — 27
Concord Christ. (2-7)    4-6-8-11 — 29</strong>

<strong>Skiing
AT HENNIKER
Pat’s Peak
(Thursday meet)
Girls’ Giant Slalom</strong>
Team scores: 1. Pinkerton and Timberlane 381; 3. Nashua North 369; 4. Nashua South 264
Top 10: 1. Madeleine Humel, Pinkerton, 27.62-27.74—55.36; 2. Abby Goldfarb, Timberlane, 29.15-28.20—57.35; 3. Abby Hawkins, Timberlane, 29.00-29.13—58.13; 4. Bailey Ruhm, Nashua North, 29.37-28.94—58.31; 5. Carolyn Marquis, Nashua North, 30.62-29.67—60.29; 6. Kim Celona, Pinkerton, 30.88-31.05—61.93; 7. Laura Moran, Pinkerton, 30.69-31.41—62.10; 8. Becca Bassi, Timberlane, 31.72-31.47—63.19; 9. Katherine Burt, Pinkerton, 31.91-31.62—63.53; 10. Michaela Hamel, Timberlane, 32.04-32.02—64.06.
<strong>Boys’ Giant Slalom</strong>
Team scores: 1. Pinkerton 388; 2. Timberlane 376; 3. Nashua South 369; 4. Nashua North 347
Top 10: 1. Cam Martineau, Pinkerton, 26.59-24.80—51.39; 2. Caleb Eaton, Pinkerton, 26.02-25.78—51.80; 3. Jack Rice, Nashua South, 27.29-27.40—54.69; 4. Travis Hall, Timberlane, 27.80-27.46—55.26; 5. Joe Margareci, Timberlane, 29.23-28.14—57.37; 6. Justin Puzzo, Pinkerton, 28.55-28.92—57.47; 7. Reed Mills, Pinkerton, 29.01-28.79—57.80; 8. Alec Freeman, Nashua South, 29.27-28.73—58.00; 9. Sryan Tingley, Timberlane, 29.58-28.91—58.49; 10. Tim Healey, Timberlane, 29.40-29.29—58.69



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