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Pinkerton's David Pierson, a freshman, pumps his fist, during NHIAA State Bowling Championships, held at Spare Time, in Manchester, on Saturday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)

NHIAA Bowling: Pinkerton wins state crown


Top-seeded Pinkerton Academy of Derry defeated third-seeded Spaulding of Rochester 4-3 to win the 2013-14 NHIAA Bowling team championship Saturday at Spare Time Bowling Alley in Manchester.

The scores in the final match were 125-180, 177-188, 135-128, 136-109, 167-143, 151-173 and 154-150.

Alexandria Albano, Austin Caux, Jordan Caux, Natalie Fabrizio, Michael Komisarek, Whitney Leyland, David Pierson and Raina Stobbs are the Pinkerton players who competed Saturday.

Pinkerton defeated fourth-seeded Keene to reach the championship match. Spaulding upset second-seeded Stevens of Claremont in the other semifinal.

Fifth-seeded Raymond, sixth-seeded Hollis/Brookline, seventh-seeded Goffstown, eighth-seeded Souhegan of Amherst, ninth-seeded Bishop Guertin of Nashua, 10th-seeded Merrimack, 11th-seeded Laconia and 12th-seeded Sanborn Regional of Kingston were the other teams in this year's field.

First Round

Raymond 4, Sanborn 0

Hollis/Brookline 4, Laconia 1

Merrimack 4, Goffstown 2

Souhegan 4, Bishop Guertin 1

Quarterfinals

Pinkerton 4, Souhegan 3

Stevens 4, Merrimack 0

Spaulding 4, Hollis/Brookline 0

Keene 4, Raymond 0

Semifinals

Pinkerton 4, Keene 2

Spaulding 4, Stevens 1

Championship

Pinkerton 4, Spaulding 3



        

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