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October 19. 2013 12:05AM

NHIAA Football Roundup: Wade OT TD leads Central to win


NHIAA Football scores, schedule

FRIDAY NIGHT
Division I

Nashua North 21, Alvirne 15
Concord 34, Bedford 27
Keene 33, Dover 19
Central 42, Londonderry 35, OT
Pinkerton 63, West 12
Nashua South 35, Bp Guertin 17
Salem 38, Merrimack 14
Spaulding 17, Exeter 7
Winnacunnet 28, Timberlane 14
Division II
Souhegan 33, ConVal 7
Laconia 20, Lebanon 17
Merrimack Valley 32, Hanover 29
Monadnock 56, Milford 14
Pembroke 14, Kennett 6
Division III
Bow 43, Bishop Brady 23
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SATURDAY'S GAMES
Division I

Memorial at Goffstown, 1:30

Division II
Windham at Hollis/Brookline, 1
Trinity at John Stark, 1:30
Portsmouth at Plymouth, 1:30
Kingswood at St. Thomas, 2:30
Kearsarge at Sanborn, 7

Division III
Raymond at Gilford, 1:30
Somersworth at Mascoma, 1:30
Newfound at Newport, 1:30
Stevens at Farm’ton-Nute, 1:30
Campbell at Epping-Newm., 2
Fall Mountain at Pelham, 6
* all times p.m.

Manchester Central needed overtime to knock off visiting Londonderry, 42-35, at Gill Stadium Friday night.

Senior Jesiah Wade scored on a two-yard run in the extra session to lead Central (5-2) to the win. Wade finished with 207 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

The teams traded touchdowns on an even pace throughout the game, with Central’s 21-7 lead being the largest of the contest.

Londonderry (3-4) tied the game to force overtime, getting an Aaron Gaudet touchdown pass to Dave Weidenfield from five yards out with 32 seconds remaining in regulation.

Central quarterback Richie Greeley went 10-for-18 for 142 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Jonathan Guillermo caught both TD passes.

Londonderry was led by Gaudet, who went 17-for-24 for 189 yards passing, three touchdowns and an interception.

Dennis Bishop and Jonathan Young added TD runs and Tim Jennings and Nate Kelly joined Weidenfield with TD catches.

Division I

Spaulding 17, Exeter 7: At Rochester, Spaulding opened the fourth quarter with a 21-yard field goal from Mitch Cyr to make it 10-7 Red Raiders.

Exeter missed a field goal and the Raiders went seven plays over 80 yards to an eventual five-yard TD run from Tyler Snow to account for the final score.

Exeter led 7-0 at the half on a touchdown from Max Medley, who caught a pass from Zach Pafford for the touchdown.

Spaulding got a five-run from Trey Scott to make it 7-7 in the third.

Scott finished with 27 carries for 140 yards to go over 1,000 on the year. Snow had 16 carries for 102 yards. Both teams are now 4-3.




Keene 33, Dover 19: At Dover, the visiting Blackbirds improved to 5-2 with the win. Keene quarterback Alex Parenteau had a big night, rushing for touchdowns of 26 and five yards and throwing for two more scores to Isaiah Singer (32 yards) and Nicholas Hume (three yards). Tom Gallant added the other Keene score.

Dover got touchdowns from Eric Waddington and Duane Gordon, who caught a TD pass from Derek Stegman and ran for another score. Dover is now 2-5.
 
Division II
Merrimack Valley 32, Hanover 29: At Penacook, Merrimack Valley got touchdown runs from Tucker Burt (65 and 30 yards) and quarterback Ivan Niyomugabo scored on a 35-yard run and threw two touchdown passes to Cole Martin.
 


Divison III

Bow 43, Bishop Brady 23: At Bow, Matt Ehrenberg led the Falcons with 217 yards and six touchdowns. Bow improved to 5-1 while Brady fell to 3-3.


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