NHIAA Bowling: Souhegan wins state team championship
Spaulding's David Masse, a senior, is shown during the NHIAA Bowling Championship held at Spare Time in Manchester on Saturday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
The Sabers out-pinned the Astros 888-784 to win 4-1.
Members of the championship team include: Defrense, Sam Bannon, Sam Leedy, Addy Devine, Patrick McDeed, Connor Cinque, Cam Calato and Austin Cote.
Joining third-seeded Souhegan and top-ranked Pinkerton in the semifinals were No. 2 Stevens and No. 4 Merrimack. The Sabers eliminated the Cardinals, 4-0, and the Astros ousted the Tomahawks, 4-0.
First round: Hollis/Brookline 4, Goffstown 2; Raymond 4, Sanborn 0; Spaulding 4, Laconia 3
Quarterfinals: Pinkerton 4, Spaulding 0; Stevens 4, Raymond 2; Souhegan 4, Hollis/Brookline 2; Merrimack 4, Keene 3
Semifinals: Pinkerton 4, Merrimack 0; Souhegan 4, Stevens 0
Finals: Souhegan 4, Pinkerton 1
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