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NHIAA box scores, summaries for Feb. 27


GIRLS' basketball

AT HUDSON

Alvirne 66, Exeter 41

Exeter: Natalie Pollet 4-3-11, Katie Day 4-2-10, McKayla McQuate 2-3-7, Nika Bracun 2-0-6, Taylor Grivala 1-0-3, Elise Leavitt 1-0-2, Lindsey Congdon 1-0-2. Totals: 15-8-41.

Three-pointers: Bracun 2, Grivala.

Alvirne: Sandi Purcell 9-1-21, Britany Lambert 4-0-10, Veronica Moceri 5-0-11, Leanne Winans 4-1-9, Jess Baker 3-0-6, Tori LaRoche 2-1-5, Julianne McGrail 1-0-2, Kaycee Carbone 0-1-1. Venessa Jacques 0-1-1. Totals 28-5-66.

Three-pointers: Purcell 2, Lambert 2, Morceri.

Exeter (7-12) 10 14 10 7 - 41
Alvirne (14-5) 17 10 21 18- 66

AT NASHUA

Bishop Guertin 85, Timberlane 26

Timberlane: Dakotah VonDrasick 4-1-11, Shawna Weidman 2-2-6, Masha Lange 2-1-5, Moesha Murray 2-0-4, Cassidy Cefalo. Totals: 10-4-26. Three-pointers: VonDrasick 2.

Bishop Guertin: Megan Kerutis 7-3-17, Madison Gibbs 5-0-12, Nicole Hayner 4-0-11, Jamie Sherburne 4-2-10, Gabriela Piercy 3-3-9, Paige Parkinson 3-2-9, Mia Vecchioni 3-2-8, Meghan Green 3-1-7, Sarah Shields 1-0-2. Totals: 33-13-85

Three-pointers: Hayner 3, Gibbs 2, Parkinson.

Timberlane (5-14) 4 5 13 4 - 26
Bishop Guertin (18-1) 2418 20 23 - 85

AT LONDONDERRY

Londonderry 64, Nashua South 35

Nashua South: Caitlyn Perry 3-3-12; Holly Gaudet 1-1-3; Jocelyn Chaput 1-0-3; Sami Durkee 1-0-2; Jen Gaudet 1-4-6; Abby Hearn-Gordy 1-0-2; Kiela Bridge 1-0-2; Sarah Voorhis 0-5-5 Totals: 9-13-35

Three-pointers: Perry 3, Chaput

Londonderry: Jamie King 2-0-4; Jenna Conroy 0-1-1; Aliza Simpson 9-4-24; Liz Caron 3-0-7; Katherine Dzenis 1-0-2; Taylor Collins 1-0-2; Ashley Berube 1-0-2; Jordan Marrett 7-2-16; Casey Evans 3-0-6 Totals 27-7-64

Three-pointers: Simpson 2, Caron 1

Nashua South (5-14) 9 4 12 10 - 35
Londonderry (15-4) 11 26 17 10- 64

AT BEDFORD

Bedford 56, Central 33

Central: Angelina Marazzi 1-0-3; Devin LaCroix 0-2-2; Sam Gauthier 1-0-2; Amanda gaudreault 2-0-4; Caitlyn Vincent 2-0-4; Megan Cleary 0-2-2; Katherine Johnson 5-4-14; Mary Soares 1-0-2. Totals: 12-8-33.

Three-pointers: Marazzi.

Bedford: Maggie McGowan 1-0-2; Bri Purcell 0-1-1; Haley Driscoll 5-0-10; Rachel Collins 8-0-16; Nikki Tucci 3-0-6; Ali Glennon 1-0-2; McKenzie Brown 9-0-19. Totals 27-1-56.

Three-pointers: Brown.

Central (5-14) 9 4 11 9 - 33
Bedford (17-2) 22 10 8 16- 56

AT DERRY

Memorial 40, Pinkerton 39 (ot)

Memorial: Allie Hartford 3-4-11; Amelia Imamovic 3-1-8; Olivia Ross 1-0-2; Jess Sweetser 2-2-6; Mekenah Grisson 5-3-13; Totals: 14-10-40

Three-pointers: Hartford, Imamovic

Pinkerton: Samantha Breslin 3-0-7; Colleen Fortier 2-2-6; Brandi Bonneau 3-1-7; Val Martin 2-6-10 l Corina Moore 3-3-9; Totals: 13-12-39

Three-pointers: Breslin

Memorial (6-13) 2-17-4-10-7 39
Pinkerton (16-3) 6 -7-9-11-6 - 44

BOYS' HOCKEY

AT HOOKSETT

Pinkerton 8, Concord 4

Concord (6-11-2) 2 1 1 - 4
Pinkerton (11-8-0) 1 3 4 - 8

First: C - Adam Godbout (Stefan Kazmouz) 4:27; P - Dominic Corsetto (Ryan Christie) 5:22; C - Godbout (Mitchell Hayes) 14:43

Second: C - Godbout (Braden Smith) 1:16; P - Steve Leonard (Cam Verrier, Connor Brady) 8:50; Devin Moore (Giovanni Corsetto) 13:48; Brady (unassisted) 14:53

Third: Brady (Leonard, G. Corsetto) :33; Ethan Landry (unassisted) 5:54; D. Corsetto (Nick Salema) ppg 7:32; C - Harrison Murphy (unassisted) 9:04; P - Ryan Day (G. Corsetto, Brady) ppg 11:21.

Goalie Saves: C - Ben Nelson 17; P - Matt Marchman 29

AT GOFFSTOWN

Goffstown 6, Pelham-Windham 1

Pelham-Windham (9-8-1) 0 1 0 - 1
Goffstown (11-7-1) 1 4 1 - 6

First: G - Griffin Barbaro (Nevin Houle) 4:04

Second: G - Barbaro (Tyler Brady) 0;27; Chris Grinley (Barbaro) PPG 8:18; Zack Storrow (Grinley, Andrew Chretian) 8:40 PPG; P-W: John Marhan (Chad Desautels, Steve Barton) 9:50 PPG; G - Tyler Grinley (Brady) 13:14

Third: G - Chretian (Tanner Beck) 13:33

Goalies: G - Chase Gagne 17; PW - Mike Donovan 42

        

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