High School Football Roundup: Norfleet runs in 3 TDs as Bedford rolls over Concord
October 15. 2017 2:15AM
Bedford 56, Concord 13
Nashua South 47, Keene 21
Gilford/Belmont 26, Pembroke 6
St. Thomas 42, H-D/Hopkintn 12
Hollis/Brookline 50, Man. West 0
Windham 49, Lebanon 13
Winnisquam 31, Farm/Nute 6
Newport 48, Mascoma 6
Bishop Brady 26, Franklin 16
Pelham 12, ConVal 0
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Londonderry 36, Alvirne 6
Nashua North 49, BG 45
Exeter 28, Dover 10
Winnacunnet 56, Ports. 8
Spaulding 42, Memorial 28
Salem 43, Merrimack 21
Pinkerton 49, Timberlane 14
Goffstown 29, Central 12
Bow 41, Merrimack Valley 0
Hanover 41, Kingswood 6
Kennett 21, Laconia 20
Souhegan 21, Sanborn 14
Stevens 28, I-L/Moult. 19
Campbell 47, Somersworth 14
Epping/New. 46, Raymond 37
Monadnock 36, Kearsarge 7
A 42-point first half carried the Bedford High School football team to a 56-13 triumph over Concord on Saturday in Concord.
Bedford (4-3) scored on its first six possessions and had a 42-6 lead at halftime. Running back Thomas Norfleet led the Bedford offense with 163 yards rushing and three touchdowns on eight carries. Ryan Toscano added 72 yards and two TDs on four carries, and quarterback Thomas Morgan completed 6 of 12 passes for 131 yards and a TD. Morgan was intercepted once.
Quarterback Zach Miles tossed two touchdown passes for Concord (2-5). Jacob Knowles and Liddon Ling had the TD receptions.
Bedford can secure a playoff spot by winning its final two regular-season games against Dover (3-4) and Manchester Central (5-2).
Nashua South 47, Keene 21: In Keene, Jarret Bieren ran for three touchdowns to help the Panthers extend their winning streak to five games. South (5-2) also received two TD runs from quarterback Sean Holland. Alex Amigo and Tony Agor each had a TD reception for the Panthers.
Nashua South can win the Division I West championship by beating Londonderry on Friday or Bishop Guertin on Oct. 27. The loss dropped Keene to 0-7.
Windham 49, Lebanon 13: In Windham, Jake Aleska ran for three touchdowns and Tommy Emrick returned a punt 37 yards for a TD as Windham remained unbeaten after six games. Brian Murdza added 106 yards rushing on eight carries. The Jaguars also scored on a 23-yard pass from Cody Potter to David Hume, Nick Sawyer's 3-yard run, and a 39-yard run from Cam Burns. Lebanon fell to 1-5.
St. Thomas 42, Hillsboro-Deering/Hopkinton 12: In Dover, quarterback Shawn DeKorne tossed three touchdown passes and added a 4-yard TD run to help the Saints raise their Division II record to 6-1. DeKorne threw a 50-yard TD pass to Jack Benelli, a 47-yard TD pass to Will MacLean and a 2-yard TD pass to Derek O'Brien.
Edwin Estevez (3 yards) and Tim Bouchard (1 yard) each had a touchdown run for the Saints, who led 28-0 after one quarter. The loss dropped Hillsboro-Deering/Hopkinton to 1-5.
Newport 48, Mascoma 6: In Newport, tailback/linebacker John Thibeault ran for two touchdowns and returned two interceptions for touchdowns to help Newport remain unbeaten (6-0). The Tigers, who led 42-0 at halftime, received two TD runs from Cody Turgeon and one from John Gervais. Mascoma fell to 1-5 with the loss.
Gilford/Belmont 26, Pembroke 6: At Pembroke, Brandon Cole and Blake Descoteaux each scored first-half touchdowns to help Gilford/Belmont (1-5) pick up its first victory. Austin Wallace scored for Pembroke (0-6).
Bishop Brady 26, Franklin 16: In Franklin, Pat Brust threw two touchdown passes to Bryce Johnson to highlight the Green Giants' victory. Bishop Brady (4-2) led 7-0 at halftime. Kainan Clark had a 73-yard TD run for Franklin (2-4).
Hollis/Brookline 50, West 0: In Hollis, Sander Wimmer tossed four touchdown passes as the Cavaliers (5-1) stretched their winning streak to five games. Matt Simco caught two TD passes for Hollis/Brookline, which received two TD runs from Marc-andre Thermitus. Jaymeson Maheux ran for 155 yards for West (1-6).
Winnisquam 31, Farmington/Nute 6: At Farmington, Bryce Corey's three rushing touchdowns helped the Bears (1-5) break into the win column. Winnisquam's Evan Judkins tossed a TD pass to Gunner Horman, and Alex Mango returned an interception for a TD. Farmington/Nute is 0-6.
Pelham 12, ConVal 0: At Pelham, the Pythons (3-3) scored in each half to reach the .500 mark. Pelham opened the scoring on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Ian Hoey to Robert Ryan late in the first half, and doubled its lead when Mason Fecteau scored on a 6-yard run early in the fourth. Con-Val played without starting quarterback Dan Spezzaferri for the second straight week (4-2).
Pinkerton 49, Timberlane 14: At Derry, Ty Hicks scored on runs of 52, 65 and 4 yards to propel Pinkerton (6-1) on Friday night. Hicks finished with 141 yards rushing on 11 carries. The Astros also received TD runs from Gannon Fast (1 yard), Nick Lombard (80 yards) and Devin LeBlanc (3 yards), and a 41-yard TD pass from Aiden Goujon to Kayden Baillargeon. Quarterback Dan Hayes threw two TD passes for Timberlane (2-5).