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High School Roundup: Central ends Portsmouth's streak

December 16. 2017 12:58AM

Manchester Central turned on the jets in the second half to take a 63-46 season-opening win from defending Division I champion Portsmouth on Friday night at Simon Gym.

The loss ended the Clippers’ win streak at 43 games.

Kyler Bosse scored 22 points for the Little Green, who outscored Portsmouth 39-16 after intermission. Yansel Reyes contributed 12 and Antoine Revere scored 10. Alex Tavares led the Clippers with 16 points. Mike Sanborn added 11 and Cody Graham scored 10.

Salem 65, Keene 50: In Keene, Trevor DeMinico paced the opening win for Salem with 21 points, six rebounds and seven assists. The Blue Devils, who jumped out to a 13-3 lead and never trailed thereafter, also got 10 points from Nick Hayes. Alex Opsahl posted 13 points for Keene (0-1).

Windham 58, Plymouth 56: In Windham, Joe Shields hit one of two free throws with 10 seconds left to get Windham up two and Plymouth’s final chance slipped out of the shooter’s hand before time expired. The Bobcats roared back into the game late, outscoring the Jaguars 23-8 in the fourth quarter. Jake Teixiera registered a career-high 21 points for Windham while Tom Splagounias posted a double-double (11 points, 11 boards). Owen Brickley scored 17 for Plymouth.

Moultonborough 93, Canaan-Pittsburg 69: In Moultonborough, Reese Swedberg’s return to NHIAA basketball was a good one for the Panthers as he notched a triple-double with 39 points, 17 rebounds, 10 steals and six assists. Joey McClay added 14 points and four steals for Moultonborough (3-0), which scored at least 23 points in three of four quarters. Canaan-Pittsburg is 0-2.

White Mountains 60, Winnisquam 37: In Whitefield, Jack Curtis led all scorers with 19 points and Zeke Pribbenow finished with 17 to help White Mountains (1-2) pick up its first victory. Kyle Mann led Winnisquam (0-2) with 14.

Exeter 70, Spaulding 69: In Exeter, a Spaulding miss as time expired helped Exeter sneak away with an opening win. Cody Morissette pumped in a team-high 16 points while little brother Josh, a freshman, scored 13 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter. Arie Breakfield led Spaulding with 24 points and 12 rebounds.

Girls’ basketball

Manchester Memorial 57, Nashua South 48: In Nashua, a 20-point third quarter helped the Crusaders (3-0) get the breathing room they needed to get past the Panthers (1-1). Haleigh Shea dropped a game-high 19 points for Memorial, including 9-of-10 shooting from the free-throw line. Lyric Grumblatt and Mollie Simpson followed Shea with 14 and nine points, respectively. Freshman Aryanna Murray topped Nashua South with 17 points.

Windham 64, Plymouth 22: In Plymouth, Ali Schiebel’s 17 points propelled the Jaguars (2-0). Sam Adamson added 11 for Windham, which led 38-10 at halftime and never allowed more than 10 points in a quarter to the Bobcats (0-2).

Sunapee 57, Derryfield 36: In Manchester, Kalleigh Durkee tossed in a game-high 17 points to lead the Lakers. Shawna Lesmerises led Derryfield with 11.

Hanover 37, Bow 33: In Hanover, the Marauders overcame a third-quarter deficit to escape with a win to open their season. Julia Golder had nine points for Hanover, which also got seven points apiece from Lois and Diana Schwarz. Lea Crompton and Patricia Nordin each came away with a game-high 11 points for Bow.

Hollis/Brookline 71, Pelham 67: In Hollis, Christina Balsamo scored 26 points and Brodie Kelley scored 22 for the Cavaliers (2-0). Balsamo and Kelley each made three 3-pointers. Pelham (2-1) received a career-high 27 points from Danielle Sirois.

Campbell 75, Conant 68: In Litchfield, Jonah Crema tossed in a team-high 16 points and Spencer Stanium added 12 to lead the Cougars (2-0). Conant (1-2) trailed 35-27 at halftime and 52-45 entering the fourth.

Monadnock 51, Mascoma Valley 30: In Swanzey, the Huskies had three scorers in double figures on their way to making it four consecutive wins to start the season. Caitlyn Boucher led Monadnock with 14 points while Abby May and Baylee Smith dropped 13 and 10 points, respectively. Mascoma Valley is 1-3.



Salem Boys & Girls Club

Girls results: Timberlane 95, Salem 74

200 medley relay: 1 Timberlane 2:08.27; (Bogdanovich, Marika; Whittaker, Lindsey; Hogan, Emily; Mills, Madison); 2. Salem 2:18.00 (Richards, Courtney; MacIver, Emily; Souza, Carmela; Day, Kallie); 3. Timberlane 2:31.33 (Baker, Michayla; Howard, Isabella; Huberdeau, Julia; Collins, Lily)

200 freestyle: 1. Bogdanovich, Marika, Timb, 2:28.18; 2. Porter, Molly, Salem, 2:35.00; 3. Lancaster, Kerin, Timb, 2:40.74

200 IM: 1. Whittaker, Lindsey, Timb, 2:39.88; 2. Souza, Carmela, Salem, 2:42.12; 3. Coppeta, Ava, Timb, 2:46.15

50 freestyle: 1. MacIver, Emily, Salem, 27.97; 2. Mills, Madison, Timb, 29.06; 3. Collins, Lily, Timb, 31.67

100 butterfly: 1. Hogan, Emily, Timb, 1:07.40; 2. Lopez, Osirys, Salem, 1:41.48; 3. Perry, Jillian, Salem, 1:57.33

100 freestyle: 1. MacIver, Emily, Salem, 1:03.95; 2. Mills, Madison, Timb, 1:07.73; 3. Day, Kallie, Salem, 1:12.65

500 freestyle: 1. Hogan, Emily, Timb, 6:26.65; 2. Huberdeau, Julia, Timb, 7:02.23; 3. Craig, Madeleine, Salem, 7:32.97

100 backstroke: 1. Richards, Courtney, Salem, 1:15.29; 2. Porter, Molly, Salem, 1:15.55; 3. Bogdanovich, Marika, Timb, 1:16.32

200 freestyle relay: 1. Timberlane 1:59.21 (Coppeta, Ava; Whittaker, Lindsey; Hogan, Emily; Mills, Madison); 2. Salem 2:17.30 (Day, Kallie; Bucciero, Emily; Lopez, Osirys; Porter, Molly); 3, Timberlane 2:18.63 (Bogdanovich, Marika; Landry, Olivia; Pettengill, Madison; Lancaster, Kerin)

100 breaststroke: 1. Whittaker, Lindsey, Timb, 1:19.68; 2. Souza, Carmela, Salem, 1:20.63; 3. Huberdeau, Julia, Timb, 1:24.55

400 freestyle relay: 1. Salem 4:37.15 (Souza, Carmela; Porter, Molly; Richards, Courtney; MacIver, Emily); 2. Timberlane 4:54.61 (Huberdeau, Julia; Collins, Lily; Lancaster, Kerin; Coppeta, Ava); 3. Timberlane 5:21.34 (Moley, Emma; West Geary, Phoebe; Hammond, Briana; Howard, Isabella)

Boys results: Timberlane 64, Salem 37

200 medley relay: 1. Timberlane 3:14.17 (Einarson, Jonathan; Casey, Joseph; Doherty, Joseph; Bates, Tyler)

200 freestyle: 1. Einarson, Jonathan, Timb, 2:27.67

200 IM: 1. Sheedy, Nicholas, Salem, 2:41.97; 2. Casey, Joseph, Timb, 2:42.88; 3. Parsons, Syd, Salem, 3:44.01

50 freestyle: 1. Bates, Tyler, Timb, 28.53; 2. Doherty, Joseph, Timb, 30.21; 3. Beutler, William, Salem, 34.34

100 butterfly: 1. Sheedy, Nicholas, Salem, 1:20.51

100 freestyle: 1. Casey, Joseph, Timb, 1:02.88; 2. Bates, Tyler, Timb, 1:07.21; 3. Beutler, William, Salem, 1:18.12

100 backstroke: 1. Einarson, Jonathan, Timb, 1:21.70

200 freestyle relay: 1. Timberlane 2:06.67 (Einarson, Jonathan; Murphy, Liam; Doherty, Joseph; Casey, Joseph); 2. Salem 2:23.26 (Beutler, William; Krahn, Logan; Parsons, Syd; Sheedy, Nicholas)

100 breaststroke: 1. Doherty, Joseph, Timb, 1:30.16; 2. Murphy, Liam, Timb, 1:41.43

400 freestyle relay: 1. Salem 5:36.42 (Beutler, William; Krahn, Logan; Parsons, Syd; Sheedy, Nicholas)

Manchester Central turned on the jets in the second half to take a 63-46 season-opening win from defending Division I champion Portsmouth on Friday night at Simon Gym. 

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