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October 11. 2013 11:15PM

NHIAA Football Roundup: Bishop runs wild to lead Lancers


NHIAA Football Scores, Schedule

FRIDAY NIGHT
Division I

Exeter 55, Alvirne 28
Keene 30, Winnacunnet 19
Nashua South 42, Dover 22
Nashua N. 34, Timberlane 28, OT
Bedford 45, Man. Memorial 14
Concord 21, Pinkerton 14
Londonderry 45, Merrimack 14
Central 33, West 6

Division II
Portsmouth 49, St. Thomas 28
Merrimack Valley 28, Sanborn 7
Pembroke 38, Kingswood 23
Windham 42, Kennett 14
Lebanon 24, Hanover 17

Division III
Franklin 27, Winnisquam 6


SATURDAY'S GAMES
Division I

Salem at Goffstown, 1:30
Spaulding at Bp Guertin, 4

Division II
Laconia at Plymouth, 1:30
Milford at John Stark, 1:30
Hollis/Brook at Kearsarge, 3:30
ConVal at Monadnock, 6:30
Souhegan at Trinity, 7

Division III
Bow at I-L/Moultonboro, noon
Gilford at Newfound, 1
Raymond at Campbell, 1:30
Bishop Brady at Farm-Nute, 1:30
Windsor, Vt. at Newport, 1:30
Pelham at Epping-Newm, 2:30

Dennis Bishop ran for 312 yards on 28 carries and scored three touchdowns and Aaron Gaudet connected with Nathaneal Kelly for a pair of scores to lead host Londonderry to a 45-14 win over Merrimack in Division I football action Friday night.

Londonderry grabbed a 31-7 halftime lead and rolled up 585 yards of offense, 500 of them on the ground. Bishop scored on runs of 5, 1 and 4 yards. Gaudet completed five of his 11 passes for 85 yards and the two scores.

Merrimack quarterback Devin Gillis completed 19 of his 26 passes for 166 yards and a pair of scores. He also was intercepted once.

Ian Roberts caught six passes for 44 yards and one of the Merrimack scores. Jordan Miranda had a pair of catches for 34 yards and the other Merrimack TD. Both teams are now 3-3.

Manchester Central 33, Manchester West 6: Jesiah Wade scored four touchdowns to lead the Little Green, who improved to 4-2, at Gill Stadium.

He carried 22 times for 150 yards and scored two rushing touchdowns, caught a 12-yard scoring pass and returned a kick 70 yards for a score. Central led 14-0 after the first quarter and 28-0 after three periods. West dropped to 0-6.


Nashua North 34, Timberlane 28 (OT): At Nashua, Demitri Jackson scored in overtime for North and the Titans defense held on Timberlane of Plaistow’s possession to earn the win.

Timberlane led 21-7 in the game after a 49-yard touchdown run from Tyler Furrey and then again 28-14 on another Furrey run. But North came back to tie the game when Brendan Martin scored from a yard out with less than 2:00 remaining to force overtime.


Nashua South 42, Dover 22: At Dover, South’s Trevor Knight ran for three touchdowns and threw for one more to Josh Perry to lead the Panthers to a 6-0 record. Andrew Decarter added two touchdowns for Nashua South.

Dover got touchdown passes from Jack Priester and Derek Stegman, both to Cam Ruwicki. Vinny Panetta scored the final Dover (2-4) touchdown and added a two-point conversion.

Division II

Merrimack Valley 28, Sanborn 7: At Penacook, Tucker Burt scored a rushing touchdown and Ivan Niyomugabo scored one on the ground and threw a TD pass to Tommy Schneider. Cal Martin and Blake Gaboriault notched interceptions for MV (5-1).


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