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February 02. 2013 11:41PM

NHIAA Scoreboard, Feb. 2, 2013

BOWLING
AT Merrimack

Team: Merrimack 1,693 (3); Souhegan 1,661 (3); Laconia 1,341 (1).
Individual: Dan Dufresne, S, 424; Tim Morin, M, 393; Parker O'Brien, M, 388; Justin Conway, M, 382; Zack Amodio, M, 360.


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BOYS' HOCKEY
AT GOFFSTOWN
Merrimack 5, Goffstown 3
Merrimack (11-0-0) -1- 0- 4- — 5
Goffstown (7-5-0) --2 -1 -0 -— 3

G - Chris First: G - Dakota Mulcay (Tyler Grinley, Zachary Storro) 2:46; G - Chris Grinley (A.J. Potvin, Andrew Chretien) 11:51; M - Joshua Roy (Dom Valluzzi, Connor Powell) 14:01 ppg.
Second: G - Storro (T. Grinley) 9:05.
Third: M - Tyler Brewster (Powell, Roy) 7:35; M - Valluzzi (Powell) 11:06; M - Powell (unassisted) 13:37; M - Powell (unassisted) 14:55 eng.
Goalies: M - Brett Glendye 26; G - Chase Gagne 25.

AT NASHUA
Nashua North 3, Memorial 2
Memorial (9-3-0) -0-2-0-— 2
North (4-8-0) --0-2-1-— 3

First: No scoring.
Second: NN - Jon Searles (Jon Wilson) 8:31; NN - Tim Paige (Jake Latham) 14:17.
Third: M - Jacob Boylan (Brendan Sullivan, Brady McNulty) 1:08; M - Sullivan (Colin Williamson, Ethan Pollock) 7:10; NN - Latham (unassisted) 8:04.
Goalies: M - Aaron Nicolas 16; NN - Jake Genest 25.

AT GOFFSTOWN
Trinity 4, Nashua South 1
South (0-12-0) -0-1-0-— 1
Trinity (8-3-1) -0-2-2-— 4

First: No scoring.
Second: T - Mitch Myers (Kyle Vallier) 3:45; T - Myers (unassisted) 12:58; NS: Owen McNulty (Cameron Boisvert) 13:20.
Third: T - Vallier (Myers, Cam Brown) 4:13; T - Vallier (unassisted) 6:46.
Goalies: NS - A.J. Bender 54; T - Jacob Zimmerman 21.

AT TYNGSBOROUGH, MASS.
Pelham-Windham 4, Alvirne 1
Pelham-Windham (4-6-1)3-0-1— 4
Alvirne (3-9-0) -1-0-0-— 1

First: P-W - John Monahan (Bryce Blanchard, Chad Desautels) 10:13; A - Christian Gamst (Jeremy Dutil) 7:36; P-W - Zach Malone (unassisted) 6:53; P-W - Colin Begin (Blanchard, Desautels) 1:51.
Second: No scoring.
Third: P-W - Zach Malone (Porter Carelli, Dustin Lubinger) 7:27.
Goalies: P-W - Mike Donovan 21; A - Justin Ferguson 41.

AT SALEM
Salem 5, Londonderry 4
Salem (9-2-1) -1-2-2-— 5
Londonderry (7-4-1) 2-2-0-— 4

First: Eric Coburn (unassisted) 2:50; S - Kyle Svenson (Jake Pappalardo) 11:21; L - Brett Evangelista (Coburn, Curtis Harper) 14:29 ppg
Second: L - Coburn (Harper, Lucas Poulin) :19 ppg; S - Pappalardo (Svenson) 1:50 ppg; S - Paul Antkowiak (unassisted) 8:47 ppg; L - Harper (Coburn, Ryan Griffin) 14:30 ppg
Third: S - Pappalardo (Alex Ring) 2:11; S - Pappalardo (Cody Soucy) 14:09
Goalies: S - Nick Phair 18; L - Joe McGrath 22

AT CONCORD
Central 10, Concord 1
Central (8-3-0) 1-6-3 — 10
Concord (5-5-2) -1-0-0 — 1

First: C - Colin Stevens (Sam Tardiff, Ethan Cole) 2:30; MC - Austin Sprague (Cole Anderson Tim Tetrault) 12:30.
Second: MC - Colin Pacheco (Ross Lugee, Will Lyons) 3;30; MC - Anderson (John Mathieu) 7:22; MC - Pacheco (Ian Lowe, Noah Duplessis) 8:12; MC - Anderson (Tyler Stratton, Sprague) 10:03; MC - Sprague (Anderson, Mathieu) 12:45; MC - Scott Robidoux (Duplessis) 13:21.
Third: MC - Jake Clark (Robidoux) 8:44; MC - Mathieu (Anderson, Sprague); MC - Pacheco (Sprague).
Goalies: MC - Ian Beliveau 14; Tyler Cornellier 3; C - Ben Nelson 23.

AT HOOKSETT
Pinkerton 8, Bishop Brady 2
Bishop Brady (1-11) -2-0-0-— 2
Pinkerton (7-5) -0-3-5-— 8

First: B - Spenser Sloane 0:36; B - Zach Frament (Sloane) 4:19
Second: P - Devin Moore (Dominic Corsetto, Giovanni Corsetto) 0:26; P - D. Corsetto (Moore, G. Corsetto) 11:30 ppg; P - Ryan Monte (Ryan Christie, Jake Veilleux) 14:13
Third: P - Tyler Poole (Max Campbell, Ethan Landry) 5:58; P - Landry 6:05; P - Christie (John Hamilton, Cam Verrier) 7:32; P - G. Corsetto (Moore) 8:27 ppg; P - D. Corsetto (Moore, Hamilton) 13:29 ppg
Goalies: B - Chandler Peterson 24; P - Nate Mitchell 1, Matt Marchman 23.


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GIRLS' HOCKEY
AT HANOVER
Hanover 2, Lebanon 0
Lebanon (9-3-1) 0-0-0 — 0
Hanover (13-0-0) -2-0-0-— 2

First: H - Matti Hartman (unassisted) 8:14; H - Kelly Brigham (Katrina Menard) 11:39.
Second: No scoring.
Third: No scoring.
Goalies: L - Erika Moffit 20; H - Katie Fenton 20.



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