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February 14. 2013 11:41PM

NHIAA Scoreboard, Feb. 14, 2013


NHIAA scores, schedule

Thursday's scores
Boys' basketball
Goffstown at Hollis/Brookline
Kearsarge 42, Stevens 40
Fall Mountain 61, Conant 49
Dover 79, Londonderry 60
Lin-Wood 60, Nute 56
Raymond at Sanborn
Gorham 61, Canaan (Vt.)-Pittsburg 44
Derryfield 53, Portsmouth Christian 26
Milford 55, Merrimack Valley 41
Concord 66, Timberlane 43

Girls' basketball
Canaan (Vt.)-Pittsburg 43, Gorham 30
Nute 49, Lin-Wood 18
Bow 50, Raymond 22
Merrimack Valley 52, Milford 46
Moultonborough 47, Ports. Christian 35
Goffstown 47, Hollis/Brookline 35
Hanover 47, Souhegan 28
Epping 47, Derryfield 31
Londonderry 72, Dover 39
Plymouth 36, Manchester West 14
Merrimack 66, Man. Memorial 62

Boys' hockey
Bedford 1, Bow 1
Memorial 9, Bishop Brady 4
Winnacunnet 4, Lebanon 2
Portsmouth 7, Laconia/Winnisquam 4

Friday's games
Boys' basketball
Salem at Alvirne; Nashua North at Bishop Guertin; Concord at Exeter; Berlin at Farmington; Belmont at Gilford; Campbell at Hillsboro-Deering; Laconia at Inter-Lakes; ConVal at Lebanon; Groveton at Littleton; Hopkinton at Mascenic; Manchester Memorial at Merrimack; John Stark at Merrimack Valley; Kingswood at Milford; Newport at Monadnock; Nashua South at Manchester West; Moultonborough at Newmarket; Windham at Oyster River; Coe-Brown at Pembroke; Bedford at Pinkerton; Bishop Brady at Plymouth; Kennett at Portsmouth; Lisbon at Profile; Hinsdale at Sunapee; Keene at Timberlane; Londonderry at Trinity; Franklin at White Mountains; Manchester Central at Winnacunnet; Mascoma at Winnisquam; Prospect Mountain at Somersworth; St. Thomas at Souhegan

Girls' basketball
Kearsarge at Stevens; Mascenic at Hopkinton; Oyster River at Windham; Lisbon at Profile; Sanborn at Raymond; Souhegan at St. Thomas; Alvirne at Salem; Somersworth at Prospect Mountain; Hanover at Pelham; Monadnock at Newport; Winnisquam at Mascoma; Bishop Guertin at Nashua North; Moultonborough at Newmarket; Groveton at Littleton; Trinity at Londonderry; Winnacunnet at Manchester Central; Nashua South at Manchester Memorial; Merrimack Valley at John Stark; Timberlane at Keene; Portsmouth at Kennett; Milford at Kingswood; Inter-Lakes at Laconia; Sunapee at Hinsdale; Hollis/Brookline at Goffstown; White Mountains at Franklin; Conant at Fall Mountain; Bishop Brady at Campbell; Pembroke at Coe-Brown; Exeter at Concord; Lebanon at ConVal; Pinkerton at Bedford; Gilford at Belmont; Farmington at Berlin

Saturday's games
Boys' basketball
Woodsville at Blue Mtn., Vt.; Pelham at Hanover

Boys' hockey
Portsmouth at Kearsarge at Ted Melody, 7:30 p.m.; Pelham-Windham at Kingswood; Hanover at Manchester Central at JFK Coliseum, 4:30 p.m.; Berlin at Manchester West at West Side Arena, 4 p.m.; Laconia-Winnisquam at Moultonborough-InterLakes at Laconia Ice Arena; Lebanon at Bow at Everett Arena; Pinkerton at Concord at Everett Arena, 5:30 p.m.; John Stark/Hopkinton at ConVal at Winchendon School, 5 p.m.; Spaulding at Dover at Dover Arena, 6:15 p.m.; Salem at Exeter at The Rinks at Exeter, 7:30 p.m.; Somersworth Coe-Brown at Goffstown; Merrimack at Alvirne at Skate III, 3:30 p.m.; Kennett at Belmont-Gilford at Laconia Ice Arena, 4:40 p.m.; St. Thomas at Bishop Brady at Everett Arena, 7:30 p.m.; Trinity at Bishop Guertin at Skate III, 1:30 p.m.; Londonderry at Nashua North; Manchester Memorial at Nashua South; Winnacunnet at Oyster River at Whittemore Center, noon; Pembroke-Campbell at Timberlane

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

Wrestling
Windham at Oyster River


BOYS' BASKETBALL
AT LONDONDERRY
Dover 79, Londonderry 60

Dover: Josh Cote 7-4-22; Colin Shaughnessy 5-2-12; Kam Towle 0-2-2; Billy Carroll 6-3-18; Grant Faustino 1-0-2; Cam Rewicki 1-0-2; Karim Winn 2-2-6; Phil Boyatsis 5-5-15. Totals: 27-18-79 3-pointers: Cote 4, Carroll 3
Londonderry: Mike Russell 2-0-5; Cody Ball 6-3-17; Taylor Simpson 3-2-9; Max Coleman 3-2-9; Ben Parker 0-1-1; Nick Stevens 1-1-3; Joey Kwiatkowski 1-2-5; Grant Peters 4-1-9; Rob Wilson 1-0-2. Totals: 21-13-60 3-pointers: Ball 2, Simpson, Coleman, Kwiatkowski
Dover (7-7) -- 20- 19-20 20 — 79
Londonderry (4-10) 15-15-13-17 — 60

AT MANCHESTER
Derryfield 53, Portsmouth Christian 26

Portsmouth Christian: Matt Geil 0-2-2; Andrew Bontemps 1-0-2; Brian Schonewald 1-0-2; Dallas Freeman 1-1-4; Noah Casassa 0-1-1; Ryan LeClerc 1-7-9; Kevin Tennison 1-0-2; Jack Harja 1-2-4. Totals: 6-13-26 3-pointers: Freeman.
Derryfield: Pat McGinley 0-1-1; Max Anderson 1-1-3; Bennett Doherty 0-1-1; Josh Gilmore 6-0-12; Rob Rizos 0-2-2; Arthur Krogman 1-0-2; Chris Rizos 2-0-4; Mitch Green 2-3-7; Tyler Zorn 4-1-11; Roger Larrivee 5-0-10.Totals: 21-9-53 3-pointers: Zorn 2.
Port. Christian (4-11) 2- 6-6 12 — 26
Derryfield (12-4) -15-21-8-9 — 53


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GIRLS' BASKETBALL
AT EPPING
Epping 47, Derryfield 31

Derryfield: Hannah Comeau 2-10-14; Hannah Menakaya 3-4-10; Frankie DeIeso-Frechette 1-0-3; Hannah Zinn 0-2-2; Liz Krogman 0-2-2
Totals: 6-18-31 3-pointers: DeIeso-Frechette
Epping: Sarah Nadeau 6-5-20; Chloe Pelletier 1-7-9; Carleigh Baer 3-2-8; Sabrina Rivers 3-0-6; Hunter Quist 1-1-3; Brittany Bullock 0-1-1
Totals: 14-16-47 3-pointers: Nadeau 3
Derryfield (7-11) -4-11-4-12 — 31
Epping (5-12) --9- 3 14-21 — 47

AT GOFFSTOWN
Goffstown 45, Hollis-Brookline 37

Hollis-Brookline: Erin Ackerly 1-0-2; Jen Vachon 0-3-3; Kathy Kroeger 3-0-6; Jenna Hyatt 0-1-1; Kellie Messer 2-1-5; Ellie Flaum 8-1-18; Amanda Balsamo 1-0-2 Totals: 15-6-37 3-pointers: Flaum
Goffstown: Cassidy Lalumiere 0-4-4; Molly McQueeney 3-2-9; Rene Roggenbuck 4-1-9; Samantha Ainsworth 1-0-2; Rosalie Edmunds 2-0-5; Lindsy Poulin 1-0-2; Abigail Cook 2-2-6; Kathryn Howe 3-1-8. Totals: 15-10-45 3-pointers: McQueeney, Edmunds, Howe.
H/B (11-4) -14- 5- 6-12 — 37
Goffstown (11-6) 7-13-12-13 — 45

AT RAYMOND
Bow 50, Raymond 22

Bow: Ashlie Tucker 1-1-3; Taylor Marston 3-0-6; Kirsten Bresson 3-1-7; Sarah Lane 1-1-3; Lindsey Nerbonne 4-0-8; Sam Lulka 2-0-4; Maddie Hormer 1-3-5; Amanda Murray 1-1-3; Julia Currier 1-0-2; Suzie Barry 2-1-5; Dina Pischofer 2-0-4.
Totals: 21-8-50
Raymond: Amanda McGee 3-0-7; Emma Grace Mendenhall 1-2-4; Bobbi Olivier 1-0-3; Amelya VanDeWalle 2-0-4; Amanda Franco 1-0-2; Rachel Hubby 1-0-2.
Totals: 9-2-22 3-pointers: McGee, Olivier.
Bow (17-1) --6-21-18-5 — 50
Raymond (3-14) -8- 4- 6-4 — 22

AT LONDONDERRY
Londonderry 72, Dover 39

Dover: Molly St. Germaine 1-2-4; Emily Benson 1-1-3; Kate Boyatsis 1-6-8; Shannon Goff 3-0-8; Mercedes McDermott 2-5-9; Lauren O'Connor 1-1-3; Molly Wotton 0-4-4. Totals: 9-19-39 3-pointers: Goff 2.
Londonderry: Jaime King 3-0-6; Noel Lambert 1-0-3; Kim Radzalovage 1-0-2; Jenna Conroy 1-0-2; Aliza Simpson 8-2-19; Katherine Dzenis 3-0-8; Taylor Collins 5-0-10; Jordan Merett 3-0-7; Brittany Roche 1-2-5; Casey Evans 4-2-10. Totals: 30-6-72 3-pointers: Lambert, Simpson, Dzenis 2, Merett Roche.
Dover--10-11-9-9 — 39
Londonderry--19-21-26-6 — 72



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BOYS' HOCKEY
AT MANCHESTER
Manchester Memorial 9, Bishop Brady 4
Bishop Brady (1-14) 0 3 1 — 4
Memorial (12-3) 4 4 1 — 9

First: M - Matt Fitzgerald (Bryce Jacob, Chris Burgess) 6:12; M - Brendan Sullivan (Shane Allen, Ethan Pollock) 11:46; M - Zach Pelletier (Nick Burgess, Andrew Putney) 13:16; M - Brady McNulty (Sullivan, Pollock) 14:57.
Second: M - Sullivan (Bryan Syrene, Pollock) 1:26; M - Burgess (Putney) 2:59; M - McNulty (Sullivan) 6:44; B - Craig Hering (Andrew Chorlian, Derek Drouin) 10:20; M - Pollock (Sullivan, Ashton Sullivan) 11:09; B - Hering (Casey Anderson) 12:49; B - Byron Welch (Shelby Herrington) 14:44.
Third: B - Anderson (Zach Frament, Hering) 3:55; M - Putney (Allen, Pelletier) 13:41.
Goalies: B - Chandler Peterson 19, Thomas Houghton 17; M - Aaron Shrum 16.

AT CONCORD
Bedford 1, Bow 1
Bedford (9-3-2) -0-0-1-— 1
Bow (9-3-4) -0-0-1-— 1

Third: Bedford - Kurt Mitchel (Tyler Murry) 5:04; Bow - Chris Fournier (Hunter Keefe) 5:33
Goalies: Bedford - Steve Temtesta 30; Bow - Conner Simpson 17.


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