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February 06. 2014 11:03PM

NHIAA Roundup: Putney's OT goal lifts Memorial


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Thursday's scores
Boys’ Basketball

Winnacunnet 58, Nashua South 50
Moultonborough at Concord Christian
Wilton-Lynde. 40, Newmarket 30
Londonderry 62, Exeter 56
Sunapee 92, Epping 69

Girls’ Basketball
Farmington 35, Sanborn 29
Franklin 60, Inter-Lakes 31
Moultonborough 32, Con. Christian 29

Boys’ Hockey
Berlin 7, Belmont-Gilford 1
Alvirne 7, Coe-Brown-Somersworth 5
Concord 5, Central 3
Memorial 2, Nashua North 1 OT
Souhegan 4, John Stark 1
Friday's games
Boys’ Basketball

Timberlane at Alvirne, Kennett at Bishop Brady, Derryfield at Concord Christian, Hanover at ConVal, Manchester West at Dover, Mascoma at Fall Mountain, White Mountains at Gilford, Portsmouth Christian at Gorham, Hopkinton at Hillsboro-Deering, Goffstown at Hollis/Brookline, Portsmouth at Kingswood, Berlin at Laconia, Coe-Brown at Lebanon, Newfound at Kearsarge, Nashua South at Keene, Littleton at Lisbon, Exeter at Londonderry, Pinkerton at Merrimack, John Stark at Milford, Mascenic at Monadnock, Lin-Wood at Nute, Merrimack Valley at Oyster River, Souhegan at Pelham, Plymouth at Pembroke, Conant at Raymond, Windham at St. Thomas, Bedford at Salem, Farmington at Sanborn, Campbell at Somersworth, Woodsville at Profile, Concord at Spaulding, Bishop Guertin at Trinity.

Girls Basketball
Gilford at White Mountains, Newmarket at Wilton-Lyndeborough, St. Thomas at Windham, Newport at Stevens, Alvirne at Timberlane, Woodsville at Profile, Pelham at Souhegan, Merrimack at Pinkerton, Pembroke at Plymouth, Kingswood at Portsmouth, Keene at Nashua North, Kearsarge at Newfound, Lin-Wood at Nute, Oyster River at Merrimack Valley, Fall Mountain at Mascoma, Monadnock at Mascenic, Manchester West at Kennett, Littleton at Lisbon, Hillsboro-Deering at Hopkinton, Milford at John Stark, Hollis/Brookline at Goffstown, Portsmouth Christian at Gorham, Sunapee at Epping, Londonderry at Exeter, Trinity at Bishop Guertin, Somersworth at Campbell, Lebanon at Coe-Brown, Spaulding at Concord, Raymond at Conant, Derryfield at Concord Christian, Salem at Bedford, Winnisquam at Belmont, Laconia at Berlin

Saturday
Boys Basketball

Groveton at Colebrook, Woodsville at Rivendell; Hollis-Brookline at Pelham

Girls Basketball
Groveton at Colebrook, Bow at Bishop Brady, ConVal at Hanover.

Boys Hockey
Londonderry at Pinkerton at the Ice Den, 1:30 p.m.; Manchester Central at Bishop Guertin at Skate 3, 3:50 p.m.; St. Thomas at Manchester Memorial at JFK Coliseum, 4:30 p.m.; Nashua North at Salem at the ICEnter, 4:30 p.m.; Nashua South at Concord at Everett Arena, 5:30 p.m.; Bishop Brady at Exeter at the Rinks at Exeter, 6:40 p.m.; Hanover at Trinity at Sullivan Arena, 11 a.m.; Lebanon at Timberlane at the ICEnter, 4:30 p.m.; Kingswood at Keene at Cheshire Fairgrounds, 5 p.m.; Pembroke/Campbell at Somersworth/Coe-Brown at Rochester Arena, 6 p.m.; Goffstown at Merrimack at West Side Arena, 6:15 p.m.; Alvirne at Windham-Pelham at ICEnter, 6:45 p.m.; Oyster River at Bow at Everett Arena, 7:30 p.m.; Winnacunnet at Spaulding at Rochester Arena, 8 p.m.; Souhegan at Kennett at Ham Arena, 3:45 p.m.; Portsmouth at ConVal at Winchendon School, 4:30 p.m.; Manchester West at John Stark-Hopkinton at Lee Clement Arena, 6 p.m.; Belmiont-Gilford at Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes at Laconia Arena, 7 p.m.

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

Wrestling
Concord at Londonderry, Plymouth at Pelham, Nashua South at Timberlane, Nashua South at Pinkerton, Manchester West at Goffstown, Winnacunnet at Goffstown, Franklin at Oyster River

Sunday's games
Boys’ Hockey

Spaulding at Windham-Pelham at ICEnter, 8 p.m.

Andrew Putney’s power-play goal 27 seconds into overtime lifted Manchester Memorial to a 2-1 Division I ice hockey win over Nashua North Thursday at JFK Coliseum in Manchester. Memorial (6-3-2) was led by goalie Aaron Schrum, who had 20 saves. Jake Genest of Nashua North (7-5) finished with 29 saves.

North took a 1-0 second-period lead on a goal by Jon Searles, assisted by Tim Paige and Tyler Searles. Bryce Jacob tied the game in the third period on a short-handed tally. Putney had the assist.

Jacob and Kyle Chalifoux each had an assist on Putney’s game-winning goal. Memorial will host St. Thomas Aquinas (9-2-1) in a rematch of last year’s semifinal playoff contest Saturday at 4:30 p.m. at JFK Coliseum.




Concord 5, Manchester Central 3: In Concord, Matt Norris and Connor Beatty each scored two goals to lead the Crimson Tide. Bradley Murphy had the other goal for Concord. Adam Godbout assisted on all five goals. Beatty had three assists and Norris had two. Concord goalie Ben Nelson had 24 saves.

Central got goals from Devon Sprague, Ross Lougee and Noah Duplessis. Ian Beliveau turned back 20 shots in net for Central (6-5). Concord is 4-8.

Boys’ basketball

Londonderry 62, Exeter 56: In Londonderry, Cody Ball tallied 21 points including five three-point shots for the 10-2 Lancers. Exeter (5-7) tied the game at 56-56, but two free throws from Caleb Green, two more from Mark Corey plus a steal and a lay-up closed out the game for the Lancers. Drew Coveney had 14 points for the winners and Jake Coleman added nine. Londonderry resumes play Tuesday at Pinkerton at 7:30 p.m.


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