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March 08. 2013 1:33PM

Most of Friday's NHIAA tourney events still on

Despite heavy snowfall throughout the southern part of the state, all but one of the NHIAA tournament games scheduled for Friday will be played tonight.

The Division I boys' basketball game pitting Bedford at top-seeded Trinity of Manchester - schools located less than seven miles from each other - was rescheduled for 4 p.m. Saturday. The other three quarterfinals remain scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m., however, as does the Division II girls' final between Lebanon and Portsmouth at Southern New Hampshire University.

Tonight's three boys' quarterfinals include seventh-seeded Bishop Guertin of Nashua at No. 2 Manchester Central, No. 4 Nashua South at No. 12 Dover and No. 11 Exeter at No. 3 Spaulding of Rochester.

Bedford is seeded eighth but is one of the hottest teams in the state, having won seven straight games and 10 of its last 11, including a 60-42 victory over Winnacunnet of Hampton in the first round of the tournament.


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