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March 06. 2013 12:29AM

Div. I Boys' Basketball: South wins in OT; huge night for BG's Lunn

Dave Dunham scored 24 points, including nine of his team's 11 overtime points, to push host Nashua South to a 59-55 win in a Division I first-round game on Tuesday night.
Nashua trailed 39-31 entering the fourth period, but Dunham connected on two of his four 3-point shots and finished the second half with 17 points. Tim Preston had 11 points in the win. Salem was led by a 13-point effort from Andrew Ruffen, who had three 3-point shots.
No. 4 South, 15-4, will host No. 12 Dover, 9-10, in the quarterfinals on Friday night.
Bishop Guertin 66, Alvirne 57: In Nashua, Jeff Lunn scored 25 points and had 25 rebounds for the Cardinals. C.J. Boykin fouled out of the game in the third period, but Steve Toscano with 13 points picked up the slack. John Noon had a big three-point shot in the fourth quarter followed by a conventional three-point play from Toscano that separated BG from the No. 10 Broncos, who finished 10-9. Tyler Livingston led Alvirne with 29 points.
No. 7 Bishop Guertin, 14-5, visits Central on Friday night.
Exeter 52, Merrimack 44: Exeter started its season 0-4 and were just 2-7 at the halfway mark. The Blue Hawks even had four overtime losses along the way.
"After the Queen City Christmas Tournament, we started to turn our season around and now we're playing some of our best basketball of the season," said Exeter coach Jeff Holmes after the 11th-ranked Blue Hawks defeated sixth-ranked Merrimack.
Exeter held a four-to-eight point lead for most of the game. Merrimack made a run to close the gap to 41-40 with 2:50 left, but Exeter pulled away behind free throws from Tyler Russ who finished with 14 points. Zack Holler netted 12 in the win for the 10-9 Blue Hawks. Eric Gendron led Merrimack, 13-6, with 16 points.
Exeter will visit Spaulding in the quarterfinals on Friday.
Dover 61, Memorial 60: In Manchester, Dover's Billy Carroll scored the game-winning basket with 2.4 seconds left. Dover beat Memorial during the regular season, 74-62. Carroll finished with 29 points as both teams were tied entering the fourth stanza. Phil Boyatsis contributed 10 points to the win. For Memorial, Kabongo Ngalukulondi and Tong Akot each netted 21 points.
Trinity 55, Pinkerton 32:In Manchester, Carmen Giampetruzzi netted 17 points and hauled in 10 rebounds while Mabor Gabriel added 14 points and 14 rebounds in the winning cause. Pat Keefe finished with 12 points. Keefe's two three-pointers in the third period coupled with Gabriel's seven markers extended No. 1 Trinity's lead to 37-20 after three periods. Scott Bradley led No. 16 Pinkerton (5-14) with 17 points. Trinity, 18-1, hosts No. 8 Bedford in a quarterfinal on Friday night.
Manchester Central 65, Londonderry 47: In Manchester, Troy Pelletier (24 points) and Brett Hanson (career-high 25 points) combined for 15 of No. 2 Central's 19 third-quarter points. At that point, Central extended its 30-26 halftime lead to 49-33. Tyler Kelly and Nick Makris each combined for 20 rebounds. Taylor Simpson led Londonderry with 16 points. Central, 16-3, will host Bishop Guertin, 14-5, in a quarterfinal on Friday.
Spaulding 72, Keene 52:In Rochester, Spaulding connected on 10 of 17 first quarter shots including five three-point baskets for a 25-10 lead. Spaulding finished the game with 12 three-point baskets. Nick MacGregor led the winners with 18 points.
Spaulding, 16-3 and ranked third, will host Exeter on Friday.
Bedford 60, Winnacunnet 42: In Bedford, Five players led by Sam Thomas and Taylor Grande, with 12 points apiece, finished in double digit scoring. James Caparell (11), Jake Capistran (11) and Cam Meservey (10) led the balance attack for the Bulldogs, 13-6, who face Trinity on Friday.
AT MANCHESTER

 
Dover 61, Manchester Memorial 60
Dover: Phil Boyatsis 5-0-10 Carter Moore 1-0-2; Josh Cote 2-1-5; Colin Shaughnessy 2-2-6; Cam Towle 1-0-3; Billy Carroll 11-5-29; Grant Faustino 2-1-6 Totals: 24-9-61
Three-pointers: Carroll 2, Towle, Faustino
Memorial: Joel Mayola 2-0-6; Oumaru Kante 2-1-5; Zoubel Iradukunda 3-0-7; Kabongo Ngalukulondi 7-7-21; Tong Akot 10-0-21 Totals: 24-8-60
Three-pointers: Mayola 2, Iradukunda, Akot
Dover (9-10) 21 8 16 16 — 61
Memorial (13-6) 19 10 16 15 — 60

 
AT MERRIMACK

 
Exeter 52, Merrimack 44
Exeter: Zack Holler 4-2-12; Joe Schiedler 1-2-4; Reed Dannar 1-0-2; Tyler Russ 4-4-14; Zach Hadler 4-1-9; Max Medley 4-0-8; Chris Stowell 1-1-3 Totals: 19-10-52
Three-pointers: Russ 2, Holler 2
Merrimack: Whelan 1-0-2; Jarry 4-0-8; Malloch 3-0-9; Gendron 6-1-16; Bourque 3-0-6 Totals: 17-1-44
Three-pointers: Malloch 3, Gendron 3
Exeter (10-9) 11 13 10 16 — 52
Merrimack (13-6) 6 10 10 18 — 44

 
AT NASHUA

 
Nashua South 59, Salem 55 (OT)
Salem: Anthony Lopez 2-0-4; Mike Felix 3-1-7; John Hartman 2-6-10; Steve Nugent 3-2-9; Brent Barrett 3-2-8; Andrew Ruffen 5-0-13; Matt Vartanian 1-2-4 Totals: 17-13-55
Three-pointers: Nugent, Ruffen 3
Nashua South: Dan Auger 0-1-1; Tim Preston 4-2-11; Joyal 0-2-2; Dave Dunham 8-6-24; Nick Penkala 1-6-8; Jack Preston 4-0-8; Trevor Knight 1-0-3; Totals: 18-18-59
Three-pointers: Tim Preston, Dunham 4
Salem (8-11) 11 16 12 9 7 — 55
Nashua So. (16-3) 8 15 8 17 11 — 59

 
AT MANCHESTER

 
Trinity 55, Pinkerton 32
Pinkerton: Tom Lennon 1-0-2; Luke Testa 1-0-2; Cam Welch 3-0-8; Scott Bradley 8-1-17; Luke Rosinski 1-0-2; Dave Faulk 0-1-1 Totals: 14-2-32
Three-pointers: Welch 2
Trinity: Wenjin Gabriel 2-1-5; Ryan Otis 0-3-3; Mabor Gabriel 5-4-14; Ryan Boldwin 1-0-2; Carmen Giampetruzzi 6-2-17; Pat Keefe 4-2-12 Totals: 18-12-55
Three-pointers: Keefe 2, Giampetruzzi
Pinkerton (5-14) 6 8 6 12 — 32
Trinity (18-1) 14 8 15 18 — 55

 
AT NASHUA

 
Bishop Guertin 66, Alvirne 57
Alvirne: Tyler Livingston 8-10-29; Alex Yoksh 5-2-12; Tyler Brown 2-3-8; Dan Kingsley 1-1-3; Dan Brown 1-0-3; Blake Martineau 1-0-2; Totals: 18-16-57
Three-pointers: D. Brown, T. Brown, Livingston 3
Bishop Guertin: Jeff Lunn 10-5-25; Steve Toscano 4-5-13; Andrew Williams 3-1-8; C.J. Boykin 2-2-6; Kyle Gavin 2-2-6; John Noon 1-2-5; Costas Niarhos 1-0-2 Chad Olivieri 0-1-1; Jack Zimmerman 0-0-0; Zack Bilodeau 0-0-0 Totals: 23-18-66
Three-pointers: Williams, Noon
Alvirne (11-8) 5 23 20 9 — 57
Bishop Guertin (14-5) 21 18 10 17 — 66

 
AT BEDFORD

 
Bedford 60, Winnacunnet 42
Winnacunnet: Ryan Gigliotti 1-0-2; Pat Lamprey 2-0-6; Spencer Kennedy 1-0-2; Rich Ruffin 6-2-16; Sam Knollmeyer 2-0-4; Ben Gareau 3-2-10; Jordan Cutting 1-0-2 Totals: 16-4-42
Three pointers: Lamprey 2, Ruffin 2, Gareau 2
Bedford: Taylor Grande 4-2-12; James Caparell 3-6-11; Jake Capistran 3-2-11; Cam Meservey 2-4-10; Sam Stanton 1-0-2; George Mokas 1-0-2; Sam Thomas 5-2-12 Totals: 19-16-60
Three-pointers: Grande 2, Capistran 3, Meservey 2
Winnacunnet (10-9) 13 12 8 9 — 42
Bedford (13-6) 13 9 17 21 — 60

 
AT ROCHESTER

 
Spaulding 72, Keene 52
Keene: Brad Blake 3-0-6; Taylor Sarette 7-5-19; Taylor Lawrence 1-3-6; Brian Boulay 6-1-16; Mason Blanchard 0-2-2; Anthony Swingle 0-3-3 Totals: 17-14-52
Three pointers: Lawrence, Boulay 3
Spaulding: Mike Bellio 3-0-6; Mark Leahy 0-3-3; Alex Gray 3-0-8; Darian Berry 1-0-3; Charlie Nevejans 2-0-4; Dom Parady 4-0-12; Quinn Connelly 0-2-2; Seth Fogg 2-0-6; Nick MacGregor 6-3-18; Anthony Ciccotelli 5-0-10
Totals: 26-8-72
Three-pointers: MacGregor 3, Fogg 2, Gray 2, Parady 4, Berry
Keene (5-14) 10 12 16 14 — 52
Spaulding (16-3) 25 7 22 16 — 72
AT MANCHESTER

 
Manchester Central 65, Londonderry 47
Londonderry: Taylor Simpson 5-2-16; Max Coleman 1-1-5; Christopher Corey 1-0-2; Nicholas Stevens 1-0-3; Marc Corey 2-1-5; Grant Peters 1-2-4; Brendan Enwright 1-2-4; Robert Wilson 4-0-8. Totals: 17-7-47
Three pointers: Simpson 4; Coleman , Stevens
Central: Troy Pelletier 8-6-24; Dawson Dickson 2-0-6; Brett Hanson 9-5-25; Mike Plentzas 1-2-4; Nick Makris 1-0-2; Tyler Kelly 2-0-4 Totals: 23-13-65
Three-pointers: Pelletier 2, Dickson 2, Hanson 2
Londonderry (5-14) 11 15 7 14 — 47
Central (16-3) 13 17 19 16 — 65


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