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January 23. 2014 10:02PM

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NHIAA Scores, schedule

Thursday's scores
Boys' Basketball

Hanover 60, Merrimack Valley 39
Fall Mtn. 70, Bellows Falls 43
Hillsboro-Deering at Sanborn

Girls' Basketball
Lisbon42, Gorham 26
Pelham 59, St.Thomas 41

Boys' Hockey
ConVal at Moultonborough-InterLakes

Bishop Guertin at Nashua North
Hollis/Brookline at Oyster River

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NHIAA Schedule
Boys' Basketball

Winnacunnet at Bedford, Goffstown at Bishop Brady, Conant at Bow, Prospect Mountain at Campbell, Epping at Derryfield, Nashua North at Dover, Pinkerton at Exeter, Raymond at Farmington, Winnisquam at Franklin, Belmont at Gilford, Nute at Hinsdale, Portsmouth at Hollis/Brookline, ConVal at John Stark, Salem at Keene, Coe-Brown at Kennett, Pembroke at Kingswood, Colebrook at Groveton, Concord Christian at Lin-Wood, Manchester Central at Londonderry, Bishop Guertin at Manchester Memorial, Hopkinton at Mascoma, Concord at Merrimack, Mascenic at Newport, Timberlane at Nashua South, Pelham at Oyster River, Lebanon at Milford, Stevens at Monadnock, Laconia at Newfound, Berlin at Somersworth, Trinity at Spaulding, Inter-Lakes at White Mountains, Newmarket at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Moultonborough at Profile, Plymouth at Windham, Littleton at Canaan-Pittsburg.

Girls' Basketball
Londonderry at Manchester Central, Littleton at Canaan-Pittsburg, Farmington at Raymond, Keene at Salem, Bedford at Winnacunnet, Franklin at Winnisquam, Monadnock at Stevens,Pittsfield at Sunapee, Nashua South at Timberlane,Spaulding at Trinity, Wilton-Lyndeborough at Newmarket, Dover at Nashua North, Oyster River at Pelham, Kingswood at Pembroke,Exeter at Pinkerton, Windham at Plymouth, Campbell at Prospect Mountain, Hollis/Brookline at Portsmouth, Moultonborough at Profile, Hanover at Merrimack Valley, Newport at Mascenic, Sanborn at Hillsboro-Deering, Nute at Hinsdale, Newfound at Laconia, Milford at Lebanon, Concord Christian at Lin-Wood, Mascoma at Hopkinton, White Mountains at Inter-Lakes, Manchester West at Goffstown, Colebrook at Groveton, Bishop Brady at Fall Mountain, Derryfield at Epping, Kennett at Coe-Brown, Merrimack at
Concord, Bow at Conant,John Stark at ConVal, Manchester Memorial at Bishop Guertin, Gilford at Belmont, Somersworth at Berlin

Boys' Basketball

Fall Mountain at Kearsarge

Girls' Basketball
Blue Mountain, Vt., at Woodsville

Boys' Hockey
John Stark/Hopkinton at Souhegan at Conway Arena, 6:50 p.m.; Timberlane at Spaulding at Rochester Arena, 8 p. m.; Somersworth Coe-Brown at Winnacunnet at the Rinks at Exeter, 6:40 p.m.; Belmont-Gilford at Portsmouth at the Rinks at Exeter, 8:40 p.m.; Pinkerton at St. Thomas at Dover Arena, 4:45 p.m.; Bishop Brady at Salem at the ICEnter, 8:05 p.m.; Dover at Pembroke-Campbel at Tri-Town Arena, 8:20 p.m.; Bow at Pelham-Windham at ICEnter, 5:55 p.m.; Laconia-Winnisquam at Kearsarge at Ted Melody Rink, 3:45 p.m.; Goffstown at Kingswood at Pop Whalen Arena, 8 p.m.; Oyster River at Lebanon at Campion Arena, 3:10 p.m.; Exeter at Manchester Memorial at JFK Coliseum, 6:30 p.m.; Kennett at Manchester West at JFK Coliseum, 4:30 p.m.; Keene at Merrimack at West Side Arena, 8 p.m.; Hanover at Nashua South at Conway Arena, 2:40 p.m.; Manchester Central at Nashua North at ConWay Arena, 4:40 p.m.; Alvirne at Bedford at Sullivan Arena, 7:30 p.m.; Bishop Guertin at Concord at Everett Arena, 7:30 p.m.; Berlin at ConVal at Winchendon School, noon.

Girls' Hockey
Lebanon at Hanover, Bishop Guertin at Concord, St.Thomas-Dover at Oyster River, Exeter at Souhegan, Berlin/Gorham at Bishop Brady-Trinity

Boys' Wrestling
Exeter at Bishop Guertin, Pelham at John Stark, Windham at John Stark, Manchester West at Oyster River, Alvirne at Campbell. Pinkerton at Campbell

Boys' Hockey

Kingswood at Spaulding; Londonderry at Trinity at Sullivan Arena, 2 p.m.

Zach Knowlton netted 16 points to lead Profile of Bethlehem to a 75-35 boys' basketball win against Lin-Wood of Lincoln Wednesday in Bethlehem.

The Patriots are off to a 6-0 start this season. Bailey Johnson and Reed Weekes each had 11 points in the win. Chris Sirois had eight rebounds and eight steals for the Patriots. Max Dovholuk led the Lumberjacks (2-6) with 13 points.

Goffstown 57, Souhegan 50: In Goffstown Wednesday, the Grizzlies (3-5) were led by Marcus Haynes with 22 points and Tim Riehl added 10. Brian Dworkin and A.J. Hayes each led the Sabers with 12 points. Duguay Webster also contributed 10 points for Souhegan.

Girls' basketball

Souhegan 49, Goffstown 40: In Amherst Wednesday, Jamie King netted 14 points to push Souhegan's record to 7-1. Goffstown (4-3) was led by Cassidy Lalumiere with 12 points. Molly McQueeney and Rene Roggenbuck each had nine points.

NHIAA Alpine Ski Race
At Crotched Mountain
Thursday Results

Boys' team results: 1. Derryfield 382; 2. Hollis/Brookline 366; 3. Milford 361; 4. Souhegan 357; 5. ConVal 334; 6. Windham 324

Individual results: 1. Austin Hammer, D, 1:13.26; 2. Paul Menard, H-B, 1:13.47; 3. Trevor Brown, S, 1:13.58 (3); 4. Peter Lehman, D, 1:14.16; 5. Luke Martin, H-B, 1:15.07; 6. Jimmy Spalding, M, 1:15.83; 7. Gavin Shilling, D, 1:16.13; 8. David Spalding, M, 1:16.36; 9. Ben Wescott, CV, 1:16.40; 10. Colby Goodrich, D, 1:16.54; 11. Elijah Gorton, D, 1:16.93; 12. Devon Crawford, M, 1:17.07; 13. Brett Curtis, W, 1:17.38; 14. Patrick Noble, S, 1:18.26; 15. Tucker Ormiston, D, 1:18.87; 16. Trevor Cooke, HB, 1:19.55; 17. Connor Huftlen, D, 1:19.78; 18. Patrick Critz, D, 1:20.36; 19. Jasper Jones, S, 1:20.41; 20. Mitch Greaney, S, 1:20.42

Girls' team results: 1. Souhegan 385; 2. Derryfield 367; 3. Hollis/Brookline 366; 4. ConVal 344; 5. Windham 335; 6. Milford 327

Individual results: 1. Rhiannon Allison, S, 1:16.26; 2. Lauren Sullivan, W, 1:16.85; 3. Skyler Anderson, H-B, 1:18.48; 4. Cameron Huftalen, D, 1:18.86; 5. Anna Farrow, S, 1:19.46; 6. Alana Barretto, S, 1:19.71; 7. Samantha Prue, S, 1:20.06; 8. Miranda Shilling, D, 1:22.53; 9. Samantha Smith, D, 1:27.02; 10. Kate Birmingham, S, 1:27.83; 11. Emily Choate, H-B, 1:27.84; 12. Claire Rupp, CV, 1:28.46; 13. Ellis Caswell, H-B, 1:28.57; 14. Courtney Ulrich, H-B, 1:28.84; 15. Sarah Kolk, CV, 1:29.13; 16. Meghan Marshall, M, 1:29.44; 17. Andie Ormiston, D, 1:29.88; 18. Julia Walden, CV, 1:30.36; 19. Rhiannon King, S, 1:33.07; 20. Maddy Cambray, H-B, 1:33.14.

Wednesday, at Keene
Londonderry 57, Keene 9

132: Jean-Luc Lemieux, L, pinned Quintin Watson, 2:42. 138: Scott Labbe, K, dec. Colin Reardon, 9-6. 145: Matthew Bush, K, pinned Jake Barr, 4:22. 152: Jon Young, L, won on forf. 160: Will Bean, L, pinned Elias August, 0:25. 170: Kyle Byrd, L, pinned Jarod Mutuski, 2:29. 182: Sebastian Roszczenko, L, dec. Benjamin Cook, 6-1. 195: Richard Bilodeau, L, dec. Matthew Winchester, 10-4. 220: Mahdi Achab, L, won on forf. . 285: double forfeit. 106: Tyler Byrd, L, dec. Tristan Stetson, 6-2. 113: Caleb Moscoso, L, won on forf. 120: Ryan Cabezas, L, pinned Zach Juadan, 0:47. 126: Mitch Rose, L, pinned Spencer Blanchard, 0:37.

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