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February 26. 2013 11:52PM

NHIAA box scores, summaries for Feb. 26

BOYS' basketball

DIVISION I REGULAR SEASON

AT MANCHESTER

Trinity 49, Central 45

Trinity: Wenjin Gabriel 2-5-9; Ryan Otis 0-1-1; Mabor Gabriel 5-10-20; Carmen Giampetruzzi 3-3-11; Pat Keefe 3-2-8. Totals 13-21-49

Three-pointers: Giampetruzzi 2

Central: Troy Pelletier 9-1-20; Dawson Dickson 3-3-11; Brett Hanson 2-0-6; Mike Plentzas 1-2-4; Tyler Kelly 2-0-4. Totals 17-6-45

Three-pointers: Pelletier, Dickson 2, Hanson 2

Trinity (16-1) 14 11 7 17 - 49
Central (15-2) 19 8 11 7 - 45

AT BEDFORD

Bedford 72, Timberlane 36

Timberlane: Patrick Mahoney 4-0-8; Cameron Donnelly 1-0-2; Thomas Johnston 2-0-5; Jake Perkins 1-0-2; Mitch McDonald 2-0-4; Eric Nelson 2-0-6; Zach Downey 0-2-2; Kyle Faucher 2-0-4; John Dolan 1-1-3 Totals: 15-3-36

Three-pointers: Johnston, Nelson 2

Bedford: Taylor Grande 3-0-8; Andrew Gilson 1-0-2; James Caparell 5-0-10; Gardner Gendron 2-0-4; Jake Capistran 1-2-5; Cam Meservey 5-0-11; Ryan Brown 2-0-5; Taylor Allen 1-0-2; Sam Stanton 4-0-8; George Mokas 1-0-2; Sam Thomas 7-1-15 Totals: 32-3-72

Three-pointers: Grande 2, Capistran, Meservey, Brown

Timberlane (0-17) 8 10 5 13 - 36
Bedford (11-6) 23 16 19 14 - 72

AT NASHUA

Merrimack 73, Nashua North 52

Merrimack: Austin Franzen 2-0-5; Bobby Keefe 1-0-3; Brad Jarry 7-5-19; Brandon Malloch 2-0-4; Mitch Denton 1-0-2; Aaron Malloch 0-2-2; Eric Gendron 8-6-23, Garrett Lessier 1-0-2; Mickey Gasper 3-0-7; Shayne Bourque 1-4-6; Totals: 26-17-73

Three-Pointers: Franzen, Keefe, Gendron, Gasper

Nashua North: Lates 3-2-8; Stewart 1-2-4; Cordova 6-0-15; Kastens 1-0-3; Root 1-0-2; Kernan 4-0-8; Jackson 4-1-9; Madden 1-1-3; Totals: 20-6-52

Three-Pointers: Cordova 3, Kastens

Merrimack (11-5) 20 16 18 19 - 73
Nashua North (3-14) 8 11 20 13 - 52

AT SALEM

Bishop Guertin 63, Salem 59

Bishop Guertin: CJ Boykin 3-3-10; Costas Niarhos 4-0-8; Steve Toscano 1-5-7; Andrew Williams 5-0-12; Kyle Gavin 2-2-6; Jeff Lunn 6-8-20 Totals: 21-18-63

Three-Pointers: Boykin , Williams 2

Salem: Anthony Lopez 0-3-3; Mike Felix 6-9-22; Jack Hartman 5-3-13; Steve Nugent 4-1-10; Andrew Ruffen 1-5-7; Tim Dodier 2-0-4 Totals: 18-21-59

Three-Pointers: Felix, Nugent

BG (12-5) 12 16 17 18 - 63
Salem (7-10) 9 15 15 20 - 59

AT DERRY

Pinkerton 58, Dover 46

Dover: Colin Shaughnessy 2-5-10; Kam Towle 4-0-11; Anthony Lupi 5-0-14; Billy Carroll 2-4-8; Karim Winn 0-2-2; Phil Boyatsis 0-1-1 Totals: 13-12-46

Three-pointers: Shaughnessy, Towle 3, Lupi 4

Pinkerton: Thomas Lennon 0-3-3; Luke Testa 4-2-10; Cam Welch 6-1-14; Scott Bradley 5-2-12; Luke Rosinski 3-7-13; Justin Scott 3-0-6; Totals: 21-15-58

Three-pointers: Welch

Dover (7-10) 8 11 17 10 - 46
Pinkerton (5-12) 16 14 15 13 - 58

AT HUDSON

Memorial 57, Alvirne 49

Memorial: Omaru Kante 3-8-14; Joel Mayola 1-2-4; Kabongo Ngalakulondi 3-3-10; Tshief Ngalakulondi 3-0-8; Zoubel Iradukunda 3-0-7; Tong Akot 6-1-14; Totals: 19-14-57

Three-Pointers: T. Ngalakulondi 2, K. Ngalakulondi, Akot. Iradukunda

Alvirne: Kevin Pierre 2-0-4; Dan Kingsley 2-0-4; Dan Brown 1-1-3; Ryan Quinlan 3-1-7; Tyler Brown 4-1-11; Britton Doyle 1-1-3; Tyler Livingston 3-4-11; Alec Yoksh 3-0-6; Totals; 19-7-49

Three-Pointers: T. Brown 2, D. Brown, Livingston

Memorial (13-4) 12 12 9 24 - 57
Alvirne (10-7) 14 10 9 16 - 49

DIVISION IV FIRST ROUND

AT MANCHESTER

Derryfield 75, Canaan (Vt.)-Pittsburg 52

Canaan-Pittsburg: Spencer Noyes 2-0-5; Travis Chase 8-8-24; Josh Lindor 3-2-8; Cole Noyes 3-1-7; Begin Dilion 3-2-8; Totals: 19-13-52

Three-Pointers: S. Noyes

Derryfield: Pat McGinley 1-0-2; Max Anderson 1-0-2; Josh Gilmore 1-0-2; Arthur Krogman 3-0-6; Chris Rizos 5-2-13; Mitch Green 3-7-13; Tyler Zorn 9-6-31; Roger Larrivee 3-0-6; Totals: 26-15-75

Three-Pointers: Zorn 7, Rizos

Canaan-Pitt. (6-13) 7 12 17 16 - 52
Derryfield (15-4) 28 21 13 13 - 75

Girls' Basketball

DIVISION II FIRST ROUND

At GOFFSTOWN

Pelham 68, Goffstown 63 (OT)

Pelham: Pietuillo 0-1-1; Paitchel 4-0-11; Gendron 4-2-13; DeBaldo 7-7-21; Marsiello 0-2-2; Anderson 3-3-9; Salois 1-0-2; Suprenant 2-5-9 Totals: 21-20-68

Three-Pointers: Paitchel 3, Gendron 3

Goffstown: Tori Florence 6-2-16; Cassidy Lalumiere 1-2-4; Alicia Minnich 0-1-1; Molly McQueeney 4-5-14; Rene Roggenbuck 1-3-5; Rosalie Edmunds 2-10-14; Lindsy Poulin 2-2-6; Kathryn Howe 1-0-3 Totals; 17-25-63

Three-Pointers: Florence 2, McQueeney , Howe

Pelham (10-9) 9 13 17 20 9 - 68
Goffstown (12-7) 9 16 12 22 4 - 63


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