NHIAA Roundup: Memorial boys’ hoop outlasts Bedford in OT
Trevon Maughn tied his career-high with 33 points to lead Manchester Memorial to an 83-77 overtime win against Bedford in a Division I boys’ basketball game Wednesday in Manchester.
Wade Gop and Malo Roumraj each scored five points in the overtime frame for Memorial. Ryan Brown led Bedford (1-7) with 27 points and Cam Meservey, who sent the game into overtime with his three-point basket in the final five seconds of regulation, finished with 23 points.
Maughn, who had six three-pointers, guided Memorial to leads of 38-33 at halftime and 55-45 after three frames. Kabongo Ngalakulondi netted 19 points and Roumraj finished with 14 points. Memorial (4-4) will host Trinity on Friday at 7 p.m.
Trinity 79, West 36: In Manchester, Trinity out-scored West 28-4 in the third quarter. Trinity was led by Carmen Giampetruzzi with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Teammates Wenyin Gabriel (11 points), Luke Testa (12 points), Connor Walsh (11 points) and Ryan Otis (eight points, eight rebounds and four steals) contributed to Trinity’s eighth win in nine outings.
Griffin Gay had 11 points, all in the fourth quarter, to lead West (1-8). Zach Theriault added nine points.
Londonderry 84, Keene 40: At Londonderry, Cody Ball and Mark Corey scored 19 points apiece as the Lancers improved to 7-2 in Division 1. Keene dropped to 0-8. Ball had five 3-pointers and Corey connected on three 3-pointers. Caleb Green added 13 points for Londonderry.
Central 88, Concord 49: At Manchester, Concord scored the first two points and undefeated Manchester Central answered with 20 straight en route to the convincing win. Central was led by Brett Hanson’s 24 points followed by Jon Martin with 18, Joey Martin with 15 and Tyler Kelly with 14. Walter Szulic led concord (4-6) with 13 points. Central hosts Timberlane on Friday at 6:30.
Goffstown 44, Manchester West 11: In Manchester, Goffstown (6-4) was led by Katie Howe with 10 points. Molly McQueeney and Alicia Minnich each netted six points. Emily Keefe paced West (0-10) with eight points.
Derryfield 33, Pittsfield 31 (ot): In Manchester, Derryfield rallied back from a 13-point deficit with 4:30 remaining to win its seventh game in 11 outings. Hannah Comeau (16 points, 11 rebounds, three assists, four steals) highlighted a 15-2 run with a three-pointer with 10 seconds left to send the game into overtime. Hannah Menakaya (11 points, 10 rebounds, three steals) scored six fourth quarter points. Comeau scored the game’s only two points in overtime with 30 seconds left from the free throw line. Pittsfield (7-5) was led by Brooke Vien with 12 points.
Pinkerton 3, Nashua South 2 (ot): Nashua South led 2-0 in the first period on goals from Arya Jaliann and Alkim Dato on the power play. Tyler Poole scored for Pinkerton in the second period and Ethan Landry tied the game in the third frame. In overtime Gio Corsetto lit the lamp for the winner. Poole had two assists.
A.J. Bender had 36 saves for South and Sean Hall (5) and Brendan Murphy (16) combined for 21 for Pinkerton.