Cam Meservey became the first Bedford High player to score 1,000 career points to lead the Bulldogs to a 62-45 Division I boys’ basketball win against Manchester West Tuesday at the Charles Quinn Gym in Manchester.
Meservey led the Bulldogs with 32 points, including his 1,000th career point with 6:54 left in the game.
Taylor Grande, Jake Capistran and Sam Stanton each had six points for Bedford (5-7), which led 36-24 at halftime. Richard Shout led West (3-9) with 14 points.
Spaulding 61, Dover 44: In Rochester, Charlie Nevejans scored 16 of his game-high 22 points in the second half to lead Spaulding. The Red Raiders led 25-24 at halftime but pulled away in the third period, out-scoring Dover 21-11. Nevejans led Spaulding (8-5) with 17 rebounds.
Darian Berry added 12 points and Quinn Connelly added eight for the Red Raiders. Karim Winn led Dover (2-11) with 17 points and Anthony Lupi netted 14. Spaulding travels to Manchester Friday to battle unbeaten Central at 6:30 p.m.
Central 83, Memorial 43: Brett Hanson scored 16 of his game-high 33 points during the third quarter when Central outscored Memorial 31-4 to seal the win. Joey Martin added 14 for Central (13-0). Memorial falls to 5-7.
Trinity 85, Alvirne 51: In Hudson, Wenyen Gabriel scored 20 points, had 12 rebounds and four blocks to lead 11-1 Trinity. Carmen Giampetruzzi collected 15 points and 10 rebounds and, Pat Keefe netted 14 points. Ryan Otis added nine points, nine assists and five steals. Alvirne (6-7) was led by Tyler Brown with 16 points. Trinity will host Merrimack (12-1) Friday at 6:30 p.m. in a battle for second place.
Winnacunnet 56, Exeter 53: At Hampton, Alec Boucher scored a game-high 24 points to lead the Warriors. Exeter, which led by four at halftime, received a team-high 13 points from Matt Vigars.
ConVal 56, Milford 48: At Peterborough, Jordan Moore poured in a game-high 18 points and Kyle Murray finished with 12 to highlight ConVal’s victory.
Campbell 53, Bow 31: In Litchfield, leading scorers for the Cougars were Zach Bergeon (20 points), Michael Gray (10 points) and Harrison Vedrani (seven points). Winners of 10 straight games the 11-2 Cougars travel to Kingston Friday to face Sanborn Regional at 7 p.m.
Salem 74, Timberlane 39: In Salem, the Blue Devils (5-7) were led by Jared Gott and Tim Dodier each with 14 points. Mike Felix had 11 and Kenny Calabrese finished with 10 points. Salem led 39-25 at halftime. Matt Lynch had 12 for the Owls.
Coe-Brown 49, St. Thomas 48: In Northwood, Luke Zollman, Isaac Nowland and Sam Langdon each scored a basket in the final minute to preserve Coe-Brown’s eighth win in 12 outings. Zollman finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds and Langdon had 11 points. Adam Edin chipped in five points and eight rebounds. Schuyler Hedberg led St. Thomas (6-7) with 19 points.
Windham 72, Goffstown 56: In Goffstown, Tucker Lippold led the winners with 30 points and four rebounds. David Carbonello followed with 14 points and seven assists for the Jaguars, who led 33-15 at halftime. Tyler Masone (nine points) and Cole Gill (eight points, six rebounds) contributed to Windham’s eighth win in 13 outings. Goffstown was led by Tim Comeau with 15 points and Marcus Haynes had 11 second half points.
Manchester Memorial 47, Manchester Central 37: MaKenah Grisson scored nine of her 14 points in the second half to lead the 8-4 Crusaders. Grisson had 15 rebounds and teammate A.J. Akot had 16 points in the win. Akot connected on four three-point shots. Jess Sweetser collected 13 rebounds for Memorial. Amanda Gaudreault led Central (6-7) with 12 points. Memorial led 17-14 at halftime and 30-24 after three frames.
Windham 55, Goffstown 42: In Windham, the Jaguars (8-5) were led by Clairee Putnum with 31 points and Lexi Sawyer with 13 points. Goffstown (7-7) was led by Molly McQueeney with 13 points and Katie Howe with 10.
Trinity 66, Alvirne 55: In Manchester, Amanda Torres led the Pioneers (7-5) with 21 points including 12 in the second half. Torres was 10 for 10 at the free throw line. Trinity led 33-27 at halftime. Hope Willard had 11 points and Lizzy Meehan added 10 in the win. Trinity was 16 of 20 from the free throw line in the second half, 18 of 24 for the game.