Pinkerton girls defeat Trinity
January 12. 2014 12:00AM
Valerie Martin tossed in 14 points and Melissa Martel added 11 to help the Pinkerton Academy girls' basketball team defeat Trinity 48-36 Saturday in Derry.
The Astros, who led 27-15 at halftime, held the Pioneers to five points in both the second and third quarters. The victory raised Pinkerton's Division I record to 3-0. Trinity fell to 2-3.
Exeter 73, Keene 25: At Exeter, Tony Duarte tossed in a game-high 13 points to help Exeter end a three-game losing streak and improve to 3-3 in Division I. Senior point guard Zack Holler added 11 for Exeter, which led 8-4 after one quarter, 32-15 at halftime and 52-19 entering the fourth.
Isaac Tousley and Nate Rickson each scored eight points to lead Keene (0-4).
Pinkerton 51, Winnacunnet 38: At Derry, Caleb Godin scored 16 points and had five rebounds to help the Astros improve their Division I record to 2-2. Pinkerton held Winnacunnet (2-3) to 13 points in the first half.
Pinkerton's Luke Rosinski had 14 points, eight assists, seven rebounds and two blocked shots; and the Astros received 10 points and nine rebounds from David Faulks.
Newmarket 45, Moultonborough 44: At Moultonborough, Ryan Jarvis contributed 15 points to lead Newmarket, which upped its record to 3-1. Tristan Price led Moultonborough with 17 points with five treys. The Panthers are 2-2.
Profile 61, Pittsburg-Canaan (Vt.) 36: At Bethlehem, the Patriots broke open a 24-24 game at the half and raced to the win. Shooting guard Ian Baker and point guard Bailey Johnson combined for 45 points for Profile (4-0). Baker had 23 points and nine rebounds. Johnson had 22 points and nine assists. Pittsburg-Canaan fell to 0-3.
Bishop Guertin 77, Dover 71: At Dover, Kyann Winn scored 34 points and the Green Wave cut a Bishop Guertin lead from 20 to 2. The Cardinals made all 10 of their foul shots in the fourth quarter to hold on and stay unbeaten at 4-0. Costas Niarhos with 15 and Kyle Garvin with 14 led six Cardinals in double figures. C.J. Boykins had 11 points and Jack Zimmerman, Joe Marandola and John Noon each had 10.