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February 04. 2013 10:41PM

NHIAA Roundup: Testa, Bradley lead Pinkerton boys over Manchester West

Luke Testa scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half as Pinkerton Academy of Derry defeated Manchester West 63-49 in a Division I boys' basketball game at the Charles Quinn Gym in Manchester Monday.

Pinkerton (3-8) led 30-20 at halftime and 43-32 after three frames. Testa and game-high scorer Scott Bradley (21 points) combined for 11 of their team's 20 fourth-quarter points. Bradley had 12 of Pinkerton's 19 second period points.

Zach Theriault led West with 17 points and Nolan Flynn added 16. West fell to 1-10.

Boys' hockey

Windham-Pelham 4, Somersworth 1: In Salem, Dustin Lubinger, John Monahan, Colin Begin and Porter Carelli each scored for Windham-Pelham, which improved to 5-6-1.

Nick Laurin, Bryce Blanchard, Zach Malone, Artem Aristov and Begin each had an assist. Windham-Pelham goalie Mike Donavan had 23 saves. Dakota Hippern, on an assist from Timotej Jurenka, scored Somerworth's only goal on the power play.

Somersworth (1-11) received a 38-save effort in nets from Peter Robertson.

Girls basketball

Derryfield 47, Portsmouth Christian 23: In Dover. Hannah Menakaya had 20 of her team's 56 rebounds and added eight points to push Derryfield's record to 6-8. Amy Trinh had 14 rebounds and contributed seven points. Rachel Larrivee added a game-high 12 points to the winning cause. Menakaya also had five blocks and two steals. Kim Gendron netted seven points for 1-15 Portsmouth Christian.


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