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January 31. 2014 11:38PM

NHIAA Sports Roundup: Late free throws pace Trinity girls

NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Boys' Basketball

Salem 72, Dover 66
Portsmouth 53, Pembroke 49
Inter-Lakes 68, Newfound 58
Campbell 54, Somersworth 40

Girls' Basketball
Salem 48, Dover 36
Newfound 52, Inter-Lakes 30
Epping at Newmarket
Campbell 56, Sanborn 48

Boys' Hockey
Salem 3, Manchester Memorial 3
Lebanon 4, Alvirne 3

Girls' Hockey
Berlin/Gorham 8, ConVal 0

Londonderry 60, Salem 16

Boys' Basketball

Keene at Alvirne
Bedford 74, Nashua South 45
Winnacunnet at Bishop Guertin
Bow 53, Somersworth 47
Campbell 43, Sanborn 27
Coe-Brown 57, Merrimack Valley 35
Colebrook 72, Gorham 49
Nashua North 68, Concord 50
Conant 84, Stevens 39
Wilton-Lynde. 56, Concord Christian 25
Windham 83, ConVal 47
Hinsdale at Derryfield
Mascoma at Franklin
Gilford 57, Farmington 43
Lebanon 62, Goffstown 47
Hollis/Brookline 63, Oyster River 44
Hopkinton 72, Fall Mountain 57
Berlin 65, White Mountains 38
Laconia 65, Belmont 48
Londonderry 70, Pinkerton 41
Manchester Central 86, Timberlane 33
Trinity 83, Manchester Memorial 66
Profile 49, Littleton 39
Sunapee 91, Moultonborough 51
Portsmouth Christian 78, Nute 38
Newmarket 45, Epping 39
Pelham 75, Milford 64
Bishop Brady 68, Plymouth 50
Prospect Mountain 57, Raymond 53
Portsmouth 42, Kennett 36
St. Thomas 53, Kingswood 33
Merrimack 59, Salem 43
Souhegan 59, John Stark 50
Winnisquam 63, Kearsarge 45
Woodsville 48, Groveton 39
Canaan-Pittsburg 75, Lin-Wood 60

Girls' Basketball
ConVal at Windham
Canaan-Pittsburg 58, Lin-Wood 21
Woodsville 38, Groveton 37
Stevens 45, Conant 29
Sunapee 44, Moultonborough 38
Manchester Central 63, Timberlane 21
Trinity 51, Manchester Memorial 47
Bishop Guertin 63, Winnacunnet 60
Raymond 42, Prospect Mountain 34
Pembroke 43, Hanover 33
Monadnock 35, Newport 20
Bedford 65, Nashua South 15
Hollis/Brookline at Oyster River
Nute 52, Portsmouth Christian 32
Milford 48, Pelham 30
Nashua North 62, Concord 45
Pinkerton 53, Londonderry 49
Plymouth 45, Manchester West 32
Mascoma 61, Franklin 44
Salem 61, Merrimack 43
Merrimack Valley 41, Coe-Brown 34
Lebanon 45, Goffstown 41
Littleton 34, Profile 21
Bishop Brady 43, Somersworth 36
Souhegan 45, John Stark 17
Winnisquam 42, Kearsarge 30
Alvirne 63, Keene 33
Portsmouth 55, Kennett 48
St. Thomas 37, Kingswood 30
Hinsdale 64, Derryfield 29
Fall Mountain 72, Hopkinton 57
Gilford 50, Farmington 27
Wilton-Lyndeboro at Concord Christian
Colebrook 54, Gorham 45
Laconia 41, Belmont 26
White Mountains 50, Berlin 40
Manchester Central 3, Monadnock 0

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Saturday's games
Boys' Basketball

Pembroke at Hanover, Newport at Monadnock

Boys' Hockey
Trinity at Nashua South at Conway Arena, 2:40 p.m.; Moultonborough-InterLakes at Portsmouth at the Rinks at Exeter, 7:40 p.m.; Manchester Memorial at St. Thomas at Dover Arena, 1 p.m.; Dover at Keene at Cheshire Fairgrounds, 5:10 p.m.; Winnacunnet at Kingswood at Pop Whalen Arena, 7 p.m.; Spaulding at Merrimack at West Side Arena, 6:15 p.m., Pembroke-Campbell at Alvirne at Skate 3, 3:30 p.m.; Hanover at Bishop Brady at Everett Arena, 7:30 p.m.; Concord at Exeter at the Rinks at Exeter, 3:30 p.m.; Kennett at John Stark/Hopkinton at Lee Clement Arena, 8 p.m.; Bow at Somersworth Coe-Brown at Rochester Arena, 6 p.m.; ConVal at Laconia-Winnisquam at Laconia Arena, TBA; Lebanon at Goffstown at Sullivan Arena, 7:30 p.m.; Windham-Pelham at Oyster River at Whittemore Center, 8 p.m.; Belmont-Gilford at Souhegan at Conway Arena, 4:50 p.m.; Manchester West at Berlin at Notre Dame Arena, 6 p.m.

Girls Hockey
ConVal at Exeter, Bishop Brady-Trinity at Bishop Guertin, Berlin/Gorham at Concord, St.Thomas-Dover at Souhegan.

Franklin at Windham, St. Thomas at Oyster River

Trinity freshman Shannon Roberge was fouled while shooting a three-pointer with 20 seconds left and the Pioneers trailing by a point Friday night.

She made all three foul shots and Lizzy Meehan added a pair of free throws to seal a 51-47 win over visiting Manchester Memorial in Division I girls' basketball.

Meehan and Amanda Torres had 12 points each for Trinity and Danielle Mackey added 11. McKenna Grissom had 17 points for the Crusaders.

Trinity improved to 6-4 and Memorial fell to 6-3.

Raymond 42, Prospect 34: At Raymond, Brittni Norris led the Rams, who improved to 6-5, with 15 points. Ella Montminy had 12 points, including three 3-pointers, for Prospect Mountain, 7-7.

Boys' basketball

Manchester Central 86. Timberlane 33: At Manchester, senior Jon Martin scored 13 points in the first half to help the Little Green to a 46-17 lead at the break. Martin finished with 18 points.

Collin Duffley came off the bench to score nine points and Jared Murchison had nine rebounds. Thomas Johnston and Michael Murphy scored 10 points each for Timberlane.

Central improved to 11-0. Timberlane fell to 0-10 and had its losing streak extended to 74 games.

Merrimack 59, Salem 43: At Salem, Shayne Bourque scored 21 points and Austin Franzen 13 to pace the Tomahawks. Merrimack is 8-1 and Salem dropped to 3-5. The Tomahawks led 27-26 at the half and broke the game open with a 16-5 third period. Merrimack's Eric Gendron was in foul trouble much of the night and finished with nine points. Mike Felix and Jared Gott had 13 points each for the Blue Devils.

Bedford 74, Nashua South 45: At Bedford, the Bulldogs appeared to take out some of their frustrations from a tough season on the Purple Panthers. Bedford doubled its win total and is 2-7. Five of the Bulldog losses have been by four points or fewer. South had its win streak snapped at two games and fell to 5-3.

Windham 83, ConVal 47: At Windham, Davis Potter led five Jaguars in double figures with 14 points. Tyler Masone and David Carbonello had 13 points each, Tucker Lippold added 12 and Cole Gill 10. Jordan Moore scored 18 for ConVal.

ConVal led 26-4 after one period and 47-15 at the half. The Jaguars are 6-4 and ConVal is 1-9.

Campbell 43, Somersworth 27: At Litchfield, Zach Bergeon's 19 points paced the Cougars, who posted their sixth straight win and upped their record to 7-2. Campbell owned an 18-6 lead at the half. Sanborn is 4-6.

Coe-Brown 57, Merrimack Valley 35: At Northwood, Erik Rolser had 14 points and nine rebounds to lead the Bears, who are 6-3. Nick Rolser added eight points and Spencer Nowland had seven points and four steals. Luke Zollman had 13 rebounds and five points. Merrimack Valley fell to 3-8.

Profile 51, Littleton 39: At Littleton, Ian Baker scored 19 points to lead the Patriots, who improved to 8-2. Zach Knowlton added 16 points and Bailey Johnson 11. Owen Stone and Kuba Kubkowski had 10 points each for the Crusaders, who fell to 10-2.

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