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NHIAA box scores, summaries for Feb. 20, 2013


BOYS' basketball

AT LITTLETON

Littleton 47, Profile 38

Profile: Zach Burns 4-8-16; Bradford Weekes 1-2-4; Bailey Johnson 0-2-2; Zack Knowlton 3-3-10; Ian Baker 2-0-5; Eric Tholl 0-1-1 Totals: 10-16-38

Three pointers: Baker, Knowlton

Littleton: Nick Whipple 6-3-16; Josh Bogardus 4-2-10; Fred Vasquez 2-1-5; Brett Hagan 1-0-2; Owen Stone 3-0-8; Cody Verret 2-1-6 Totals: 18-7-47

Three-pointers: Whipple, Stone 2, Verret

Profile (14-4) 6 16 8 8 - 38
Littleton (17-1) 18 7 6 16 - 47

AT GORHAM

Gorham 54, Woodsville 43

Woodsville: Kevin Briggs 6-1-13; Joe Abrahamsen 1-1-3; Ryan Olsen 1-0-2; Jeret Bemis 3-0-8; Tom D'Angelo 5-7-17; Totals: 16-9-43

Three pointers: Bemis 2

Gorham: Hunter Lambertson 3-3-9; Kyle Boisselle 6-1-18; Sam Jensen 4-6-14; Brady Brouillette 3-2-8; Chris Desfosses 1-0-2; Hunter Moore 1-0-2; Doug Blunden 0-1-1 Totals: 18-13-54

Three-pointers: Boisselle 5

Woodsville (4-14) 13 10 15 4 - 43
Gorham (7-11) 13 16 13 12 - 54

BOYS' HOCKEY

AT HOOKSETT

Londonderry 4, Pinkerton 2

Londonderry (12-4-1) 1 0 3 - 4
Pinkerton (9-8) 0 1 1 - 2

First: First: L - John Dunn (Eric Coburn) 5:35

Second: P - Jake Veilleux (Max Campbell, Ryan Monte) 10:25Third: S - Pappalardo (Alex Ring) 2:11; S - Pappalardo (Cody Soucy) 14:09

Third: L - Michael Donlan (Curtis Harper, Cameron O'Neil) 1:24; P - Connor Brady (Devin Moore, Nick Salema) 3:18 ppg; L - Coburn (unassisted) 8:18; L - Ryan Griffin (Dunn) 14:49 eng

Goalies: L - Joe McGrath 36; P - Nate Mitchell 29

AT GOFFSTOWN

Bedford 5, Goffstown 1

Bedford (11-3-2) 3 1 1 - 5
Goffstown (10-7) 0 1 0 - 1

First: B - Cullen Willey (Christopher O'Hara) :32; Christopher Viola (O'Hara) 2:59; Viola (O'Hara) 4:10

Second: B - Kurth Mitchell (Michael Dee, Patrick Gagliardi) 3:06; G - Tyler Grinley (Zachary Storro, Griffin Barbaro) 14:41

Third: B - Viola (Jeffrey Campbell) 4:20


AT DOVER

St. Thomas 4, Trinity 1

Trinity (11-5-1) 1 0 0 - 1
St. Thomas (12-5-1) 0 3 1 - 4

First: First: T - Kyle Valliere (Cam Brown) 6:25

Second: S - T.J. Boulanger (Glenn Wiswell, Neil Foster) :24; Hayden Middleton (Cam Veiter) 7:16; Wiswell (Boulanger, Ty Turgeon) 11:47

Third: Wiswell 6:10

Goalies: T - Ryan Slatky 24; S - Zane Angelopoulos 24

AT MANCHESTER

Memorial 4, Bishop Guertin 1

Bishop Guertin (8-8-1) 0 1 0- 1
Memorial (14-3) 1 1 2- 4


First: M, Kyle Broussard 1:32

Second: BG, Chris Lovell (Matt Robinson, Connor Donahue) 3:48 PPG; M, Ethan Pollock (Brendan Sullivan, Jacob Boylan) 13:49

Third: M, Ethan Pollock (Bryan Syrene) 11:00; Colin Williamson 14:40 PPG

Goalies: BG, Griffin Scanlon 27; M - Joshua Jacob 19


At EXETER

Central 7, Exeter 2

Central (13-4) 5 0 2-7
Exeter (4-11-1) 0 1 1-2

First Period: C, Tyler Stratton (Devon Sprague, Ross Lougee) 1:47; C, Colin Pacheco (Noah Duplessis) 2:00; C, Trevor Malmgren (Cole Anderson) 3:43; C, Pacheco (Duplessis, Jake Clark) 10:05; C, Tim Tetrault (Malmgren, Austin Sprague) 12:30.

Second Period: E, Ty Mezquita (Jeremy Mumford, Kyle Lorenz) 1:17.

Third Period: C, A. Sprague 1:51; C, Lougee (Anderson) 6:10; E, Cam Johansson (Cashman) 13:07.

Goalies: C, Ian Beliveau, 3 saves; Tyler Cornellier, 11 saves; E, Willy Arlen 28 saves

AT SALEM

(Tuesday)

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

        

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