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NHIAA Roundup: West, Bedford boys earn first victories


Kaneen Caron scored 19 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead the way for Manchester West in a 58-39 win over host Timberlane of Plaistow in boys' basketball action Friday night.

Richard Shout scored 13 and Alfred Nyonee chipped in 11 more for West to help the Blue Knights (1-6) to their first win. Timberlane was led by Chad Ripley with eight points. The Owls are 0-7.







Bedford 55, Alvirne 52: At Bedford, Cam Meservey scored 29 points to lead the Bulldogs (1-4). Sam Stanton added 10 points. Alvirne (3-5) got 13 points from Tyler Brown and 12 from Sam Banney-Liles.







Manchester Memorial 90, Concord 71: At Concond, Memorial led by 20 at halftime and never looked back. Trevon Maughn scored a game-high 33 points and Kabongo Ngalukulondi (19 points) and Malo Roumraj (12 points) chipped in for the Crusaders, who improved to 3-3 on the season. Concord fell to 3-3.







Central 81, Keene 30: At Manchester, Central led 42-20 at halftime thanks to 18 points in the first half alone from junior Brett Hanson. Central's Joey Martin scored 17 of his game-high 28 points in the third quarter to seal the victory for the Little Green, who improved to 5-0. Keene (0-6) was led by Isaac Tousley and Brad Blake, who each scored seven points. Central will next play undefeated Trinity on Sunday in a continuation of the game suspended Dec. 18 due to a slippery floor.







Exeter 69, Nashua North 57: At Nashua, Jordan Dickenson poured in 15 points, and Bryant Holmes (11) and Zach Adler (10) hit double figures as Exeter (4-3) led from wire to wire. North's Jordan Lates led all scorers with 25 points. North is 2-4.







Pinkerton 49, Spaulding 32: At Derry, Drew Green scored nine points, Caleb Godin had 10 points and Luke Rosinski scored a game-high 19 points and added eight rebounds to lead Pinkerton (5-2). Darian Berry had 13 points for Spaulding (4-4) and Charlie Neztang added seven points.







Londonderry 64, Bishop Guertin 58: At Nashua, Guertin came back from a 15-point deficit to get within four points but could not complete the comeback and lost for the first time this season. Max Coleman led the Lancers (5-1) with 17 points. Caleb Green added 10 points and Cody Ball matched that. Bishop Guertin (6-1) was topped by Joe Marandola with 16 points. Kyle Gavin added 11 points, John Noon scored nine points, as did C.J. Boykin to go with six rebounds, six assists and five steals.







Pembroke 66, Windham 62: At Windham, Pembroke's Pat Welch scored 22 points and Kafani Williams added 21 as Pembroke stayed unbeaten (7-0) in its toughest test to date. For Windham, Andrew Lowman scored 17 points, David Carbonello scored 16 and Tucker Lippold had 15. Windham (5-2) led by five at half but Pembroke exploded in the third quarter to take a 14-point lead. Windham cut the deficit to three with five seconds to play but got no closer.







Winnacunnet 34, Salem 32: At Salem, Sam Knollmeyer hit two free throws with 3.1 seconds remaining and Salem's final 3-point bid hit the rim at the buzzer. Winnacunnet (4-2) was led by Knollmeyer with 16. Salem (1-3) was paced Michael Felix with 12 points.







Coe-Brown 58, Oyster River 44: At Northwood, Luke Zollman had 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead the way for Coe-Brown (4-2). Eric Rolsi added 11 points and 10 boards. Oyster River (1-5) got 13 points from Chris Gallant and another 10 from Aiden Conrad.







Campbell 55, Farmington 36: At Litchfield, the Cougars strong defense caused the Tigers to turn the ball over 17 times. Leading scorers for the Cougars (2-2) were Zach Bergeon (21 points), Harrison Vedrani (10 points) and Andrew Smarse (9 points). Farmington fell to 4-3.







Souhegan 55, ConVal 45: At Peterborough, Souhegan led by two at halftime and pulled away late. ConVal's leading scorer was Kyle Murray with 12 points and Noah Cail added 10 from the bench.







Merrimack 57, Dover 17: At Dover, Merrimack remained unbeaten at 4-0, led by Shane Bourque (15 points) and Eric Gendron (13). Dover (0-6) was paced by Mike Wasserman with six points.







Moultonborough 62, Lisbon 38: At Lisbon, Riley Swedberg scored 15 points and Aaron Davis added 14 in the Panthers' win Friday night. Davis added 14 rebounds and five assists to his efforts while Swedberg had seven rebounds.

Freshman Connor Porusta scored eight points in the fourth quarter as the Panthers went on a 15-0 run that extended their three-point lead after three quarters. For Lisbon, Dan Plante had 15 points and Kyle Lyndes added eight.

Girls' basketball

Trinity 67, Timberlane 15: At Manchester, Trinity's Amanda Torres led the way with 20 points, 15 in the first half. Freshmen Eireann Kolden (10 points) and Shannon Roberge (nine points) helped out for the Pioneers (4-3). Timberlane (0-6) got six points from Alicia Ruth.

Bow 53, Raymond 32: At Raymond, Kirsten Bresson scored a game-high 13 points for Bow, Amanda Murray scored 10 and Ashlie Tucker added nine points. Raymond was paced by Amanda McGee with 13 points. Bow is 6-3; Raymond fell to 3-5.







Manchester Memorial 76, Concord 34: At Manchester, Memorial outscored Concord 30-4 in the third quarter to blow open the game. Angie Marazzi scored a game-high 31 points for Memorial (5-1) with four 3-pointers and nine assists.

Makenah Grisson had 27 points and 21 rebounds while Olivia Ross was a force on defense. Concord (2-5) was led by Cassidy Emerson with 10 points, all in the fourth frame.







Manchester Central 51, Keene 31: At Keene, Central was led by Natasha Velez with nine points and eight more from Caitlyn Vincent. Keene got 18 from Allison Yeaw. Central improved to 4-3 and Keene is 1-4.







Pinkerton 61, Spaulding 36: At Rochester, the Astros improved to 6-0. Valerie Martin and Kayla Stacy both had 12 points for Pinkerton. Melissa Martel chipped in nine points.







Milford 47, Hollis/Brookline 36: At Milford, Brianna Hoffman (13 points), Rebecca Cleary (10) and Adelle Pitsas (11), managed double digits for Milford (5-1). HB (2-4) got 13 from Cassandra Stapelfield.

Goffstown 76, Pelham 74 (OT): At Pelham, the visiting Grizzlies managed to edge the Pythons in overtime. Goffstown (4-2) got 18 points from Rene Roggenbuck and 16 from Molly McQueeny. Jordan Parece's 25 points were not enough for Pelham (0-8).

Bowling

Pinkerton Academy of Derry competed against Stevens of Claremont, Spaulding of Rochester and Goffstown at Maple Lanes in Claremont last Saturday.

The Astros had a standard two game total of 1,547 to earn a third place seeding for the Baker match. Michael Komisarek rolled games of 170 and 134, Whitney Leyland scored 134 and 108, Andy Stock 181 and 134, David Pierson 158 and 160 and anchor bowler Raina Stobbs scored a 158 and 210.

Pinkerton faced second seed Spaulding in round one of Baker, falling in two games, 181-155 and 194-190. The Astros won one point for the day by winning in two games against fourth seed Goffstown in round two, 188-146 and 161-147.

NHIAA Alpine skiing

Thursday, at Crotched Mountain

Team results: 1. Hollis/Brookline 384; 2. ConVal 368; 3. Souhegan 367; 4. Milford 361 Boys’ results: 1. Trevor Cooke, HB 1:25.60; 2. Trevor Brown, S, 1:26.07; 3. Ben Wescott, CV, 1:27.02; 4. Luke Martin, HB, 1:30.91; 5. Garrett Caisse, CV, 1:33.33; 6. Paul Menard, HB, 1:35.68; 7. Devon Crawford, M, 1:41.28; 8. Jimmy Spalding, M, 1:43.45; 9. Andy Cook, HB, 1:45.16; 10. Colin Titus, S, 1:45.62; 11. Patrick Noble, S, 1:47.28; 12. Rob Peterson, CV, 1:48.16; 13. Jack Watton, M, 1:54.54; 14. Jonathan Kempf, S, 1:55.53; 15. Jonathan Robinson, S, 1:56.04; 16. Dean DeFilippo, S, 1:56.37; 17. Matt Leach, M, 2:01.16; 18. Matt Chistolini, S, 2:03.04; 19. Jacob Lysik, HB, 2:07.12; 20. Garrett Mathews, CV, 2:10.28.


Team Results: 1. Souhegan 391; 2. Hollis/Brookline 381; 3. ConVal 356; 4. Milford 352. Girls’ results: 1. Allison Rhiannon, S, 1:30.33; 2. Skyler Anderson, HB, 1:30.67; 3. Anna Farrow, S, 1:31.68; 4. Alana Barretto, S, 1:35.02; 5. Samantha Prue, S, 1:39.32; 6. Ellie Caswell, HB, 1:41.89; 7. Emily Choate, HB, 1:47.46; 8. Maddy Cambray, HB, 1:55.09; 9. Meghan Marshall, M, 2:00.69; 10. Julia Walden, CV, 2:02.11; 11. Rhiannon King, S, 2:04.92; 12. Sarah Kolk, CV, 2:04.93; 13. Jordan Arsenault, M, 2:05.66; 14. Kate Bermingham, S, 2:05.80; 15. Jenn Choate, HB, 2:09.07; 16. Michaela McLaughlin, HB, 2:11.87; 17. Jennifer Catrambon, S, 2:13.29; 18. Emma Carney, CV, 2:16.50; 19. Niti Suchdev, HB, 2:19.00; 20. Jessica Concannon, S, 2:20.18
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NHIAA swimming

Friday, at the Workout Club, Londonderry

Boys

BG 3-1; Exeter 4-0; Campbell 1-3; Belmont 0-4; Londonderry 2-2. BG’s record: 13-2. 200 medley — Exeter (Gray, Carrignan, Bishop, Mundy), 1:42.81. 200 freestyle — Zach Bishop, E, 1:49.40. 200 IM — Kellen Gray, E, 2:03.61. 50 freestyle — Joseph Moleski, BG, 22.60. 100 butterfly — Patrick Carignan, E, 56.93. 100 freestyle — James Mundy, E, 50.87. 500 freestyle — Bishop, E, 4:59.78. 200 freestyle relay — BG (Rubino, Conbeicao, Iske, Moleski), 1:39.69. 100 backstroke — Gray, E, 54.85. 100 breaststroke — Carignan, E, 1:05.24. 400 freestyle relay — Exeter (Bishop, Zanderwoude, Gray, Mundy), 3:24.15.
Girls

BG 3-0; Exeter 1-2; Londonderry 2-1; Sanborn 0-3. BG’s record: 14-0. 200 medley relay — BG (McCann, Sweeney, Ausiannikava, Winarta), 2:01.84. 200 freestyle — Katie Mahoney, BG, 2:10.45 200 IM — Kerry McCann, BG, 2:27.82. 50 freestyle — Emily Buttafuoco, L, 26.57. 100 butterfly — Caroline Shusta, BG, 1:05.90. 100 freestyle — Buttafuoco, L, 58.87. 500 freestyle — McCann, BG, 5:46.28. 200 freestyle relay — BG (Boyce, Mahoney, Shusta, Winarda), 1:50.97. 100 backstroke — Mahoney, BG, 1:08.46. 100 breaststroke — Melissa Roy, E, 1:17.29. 400 freestyle relay — BG (Boyce, McCann, Mahoney, Shusta), 4:06.42.

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