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February 23. 2013 11:04PM

NHIAA Div. III Girls' Hoop Playoffs: White Mountains advances

In Whitefield, Kaitlin Wood made a tournament record seven 3-pointers and No. 4 White Mountains cruised to 46-14 win over No. 5 Gilford in the Division III tournament on Saturday.

White Mountains were 10-14 from behind the arc in the win over Gilford, which beat the Spartans by 10 points in the regular season. Wood was 7-for-9 from three-point land and Payton Curtis was 3-for-5. Wood finished with 23 points and Curtis had nine.

Cassisdy Bartlett led Gilford with 10 points. White Mountains will play in the semifinals at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester on Wednesday at 8 p.m.



AT WHITEFIELD
White Mountains 46, Gilford 14
Gilford: Cassidy Bartlett 5-0-10; Maddie Harris 1-0-2; Kayla Orton 0-2-2. Totals: 6-2-14 Three pointers: none
White Mountains: Kaitlin Wood 8-0-23; Payton Curtis 3-0-9; Lily Stinehour 1-0-2; Chelsea Payer 1-0-2; Kayla Bosse 1-0-2; MacKenzie Sanborn 2-0-4; Olivia Conway 0-4-4. Totals: 16-4-46 Three pointers: Curtis 3, Wood 7
Gilford (15-5) 4 4 4 2 - 14
White Mts (16-4) 11 16 13 6 - 46


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