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February 10. 2013 10:16PM

NHIAA box scores, summaries from Feb. 10

Girls' basketball

At DERRY

Pinkerton 56, Nashua North 43

Nashua North: Taylor Choate 8-1-18; Marie LaPlante 2-0-4; Adaeze Okorie 3-0-6; Genevieve Gosselin 4-3-11; Sarah Amrein 2-0-4; Totals: 19-4-43

Three pointers: Choate

Pinkerton: Kayla Stacy 2-3-7; Samantha Breslin 2-3-8; Colleen Fortier 3-0-7; Brandi Bonneau 4-4-12; Valerie Martin 8-4-20; Corina Moore 1-0-2

Totals: 20-14-56

Three-pointers: Breslin, Fortier

North (12-2) 12 12 15 4 - 43
Pinkerton (14-0) 16 12 11 17 - 56

Boys' basketball

At NASHUA

Pinkerton 49, Nashua North 44

Pinkerton: Jeremy Dietesel 1-1-3, Thomas Cannon 0-2-2, Luke Testa 1-3-5, Cam Welch 2-3-9, Scott Bradley 2-6-10, Luke Rosinski 5-6-16, Justin Scott 2-0-4.

Totals 13-21-49

Three-pointers: Welch 2.

North: Jordan Lates 4-0-8, Ashea Vittle 3-2-10, Aaron Cordova 3-2-10, Mike Kernan 4-1-10, Dmitri Jackson 3-0-6, Justin Carter 2-1-5.

Totals: 17-4-44

Three-pointers: Cordova 2, Kernan, Vittle

Pinkerton (4-8) 12 8 11 13 - 49
North (3-9) 7 9 12 17 -44

At MANCHESTER

Merrimack 50, West 30

Merrimack: Austin Franzen 4-2-10; Connor Whalen 0-1-1; Brad Jarry 6-1-13; Brandon Mallek 2-0-4; Mitch Denton 1-0-2; Aaron Mallek 2-3-7; Eric Gendron 0-1-1; Shayne Bourque 5-1-12.

Totals: 20-10-50

West: Zach Theriault 3-0-8; Kris Kerr 0-1-1; Zach Jones 1-2-5; Nolan Flynn 5-6-16.

Totals: 9-9-30.

Three pointers: Theriault 2, Jones

Merrimack (10-3) 8 17 10 15 - 50
West (2-11) 7 5 7 11 - 30

Boys' Hockey

At GOFFSTOWN

Trinity 2, Exeter 1

First period: T - Mitch Myers (Kyle Valliere, Jack Collins) 8:53; E - Cam Johnson (Kyle Lorenz, Michael Cashman) 10:27.

Third period: T - Mitch Myers (Drew Merrick, Kyle Valliere) 6:14.

Saves: T - Jacob Zimmerman 26; E - Colin Seeley 33.

Trinity (10-3-1) 1 - 0 - 1-2
Exeter (3-10) 1 - 0 - 0-1

Bowling

At DOVER

Team Scores: Merrimack 1809, Spaulding 1616, Hollis-Brookline 1528

Individual results: 1. Zack Amodio, Merrimack, 401; 2. Matt Amodio, Merrimack, 377; 3. Justin Conway, Merrimack, 377; 4. Devin Fauteux, HB, 342; 5. Parker O'Brien, Merrimack, 340; 6. Steven Glover, Hollis-Brookline 334.

Team Scores: Merrimack 1809, Spaulding 1616, Hollis-Brookline 1528

Individual results: 1. Zack Amodio, Merrimack, 401; 2. Matt Amodio, Merrimack, 377; 3. Justin Conway, Merrimack, 377; 4. Devin Fauteux, HB, 342; 5. Parker O'Brien, Merrimack, 340; 6. Steven Glover, Hollis-Brookline 334.


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