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The Londonderry High boys’ basketball team needed everything senior Ethan May offered the team on the way to Tuesday’s 43-31 home win over Alvirne of Hudson. May was the lone Lancer in double figures with 27 points, including 10 during a 16-10 fourth quarter in favor of Londonderry (4-2).

Jackson Cox followed May with six points for Londonderry, which held Alvirne to 10 points combined between the second and third quarters.

Shaky Mugairi scored 10 pints for the Broncos (3-4) while Ryan Weston contributed eight.

Derryfield 52, Portsmouth Christian 43: In Manchester, the Cougars (5-2) did themselves a favor by getting out to a 16-4 lead after one quarter and never looking back. Max Byron topped the scoring field for Derryfield with 17 points while Ridge Gonzalez (eight points) and Will Perkins (six points) were among the other key contributors for the Cougars. Bryson Lund finished with 10 points for PCA (5-4).

Concord 55, Trinity 45: In Manchester, Scott Lampron’s 19-point outing helped lifted Concord (4-2) past Trinity (3-3). Rylan Canabano and Tyler Bruns aided Lampron’s efforts. Canabano finished with 15 points, seven steals and seven assists while Bruns had eight points and 11 rebounds.

Portsmouth 72, Manchester Central 68: In Portsmouth, Alex Tavares logged 29 points for the Clippers (4-3). Central (3-4), which led 51-48 entering the fourth quarter, got 27 points from Dede Niyang.

Bedford 59, Manchester Memorial 46: In Manchester, Richard Ravenelle led Bedford (4-2) with 14 points while teammate Justin O’Neill had 10. Evan Clark logged 14 points while Christian Sebo logged 10 more for Memorial (0-6).

Winnacunnet 62, Timberlane 35: In Hampton, Ben Allen recorded a game-high 21 points while Jack Schaake contributed 14 for Winnacunnet (6-0). Robbie Olson led Timberlane of Plaistow (0-6) with nine points.

Souhegan 52, Hollis/Brookline 38: In Hollis, Souhegan of Amherst (6-1) led, 24-20, at halftime and extended its advantage to 47-27 at one point in the fourth quarter. Matt McCool had 14 points and Jeff Boehm logged 13 for the Sabers. Hollis/Brookline is 5-2.

Inter-Lakes 82, Moultonborough 59: In Meredith, Tae Miller logged 25 points, Eli Swanson tallied 23 and Eli Dupigny added 11 more for Division III Inter-Lakes (4-4). Division IV Moultonborough is 4-4.

Conant 58, Mascenic 49: In New Ipswich, Peyton Springfield scored 34 points while Jake Drew added 14 more for Conant of Jaffrey (6-2). Mascenic is 4-3.

Epping 68, Raymond 46: In Epping, Hunter Bullock tallied 29 points, nine rebounds and seven assists and teammate Peyton Rivers added 12 points and seven rebounds for the Division IV Blue Devils (7-1). Division III Raymond is 1-7.

Oyster River 53, Kennett 35: In Durham, Joe Morrell led Oyster River (6-1) with 18 points while Max Lewis had 15. Riley Fletcher led Kennett (3-4) with 12 points.

Girls’ basketball

Bishop Guertin 74, Manchester Memorial 40: In Nashua, Hannah Muchemore led Bishop Guertin (7-0) with 16 points. Addi Smith had 15 points and Erin Carney added 14 for the Cardinals.

Memorial, which slipped to 6-2, had Jennessa Brunette go for 15 points.

Merrimack 46, Nashua South 39: In Nashua, Theresa Twardosky scored 16 points and Riley Crampton added 15 as the Tomahawks (6-3) downed the Panthers (2-6).

Londonderry 41, Alvirne 38: In Hudson, Courtney Shay led all scorers with 14 points, Ashley Rourke logged nine points and Maddie Haggett added six for Londonderry (4-3). Alvirne is 1-7.

Portsmouth 33, Manchester Central 23: In Manchester, Portsmouth (7-2) received 16 points from Arianna Hebert and 10 from Abbe Laurence. Central is 5-2.

Pinkerton 58, Keene 28: In Keene, Madison Mahoney scored 17 points, nine of which came on three 3-pointers, while teammate Brooke Kane added 13 for Pinkerton Academy of Derry (8-0). The Astros held Keene (1-8) to single-digit scoring outputs in three quarters. Pinkerton hosts unbeaten Bishop Guertin on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

Bow 45, Kingswood 19: In Bow, Lauren Goyette posted seven points to pace the Falcons (4-5), who got six points apiece from Julia Landcastle and Megan Remick. Kingswood is 1-8.

Concord 54, Trinity 13: In Concord, Elizabeth Blinn tallied 10 points, Caroline Clark had nine points and Quinn Daniels and Jordyn Lengle each logged seven points for the Crimson Tide (3-6). Trinity is 1-8.

Sanborn 46, Timberlane 24: In Plaistow, Sophie Merry-Carreiro led Sanborn of Kingston (5-4) with 14 points while teammate Madison Houghton had nine. Timberlane is 0-7.

Lebanon 53, Kearsarge 31: On Monday in North Sutton, Rebecca Wright recorded 18 points, Sally Rainey logged 14 points and 12 rebounds and Maddie Finnel scored a personal season-high eight points for Lebanon (8-0). Kearsarge is 2-5.

Girls’ hockey

Oyster River/Portsmouth 2, St. Thomas/Winnacunnet 0: In Dover, Ally Marshall (power play) and Natalie Lessard both scored in the first period for Oyster River/Portsmouth (7-0). St. Thomas/Winnacunnet is 3-4.

Bedford 11, Kingswood 0: In Wolfeboro, Maddy Lucontoni and Carly Ciechon each had a hat trick and Dani Lucey tallied a goal and two assists for Bedford (3-5). Kingswood is 1-5.

Skiing

At Mt. Sunapee

Girls’ dual giant slalom team results

1. Kearsarge, 377; 2. Gilford, 374; 3. Sunapee, 369; 4. Derryfield, 349; 5. Lebanon, 333; 6. Bishop Brady, 296; 7. White Mountains, 291; 8. Hillsboro-Deering, 264; 9. Newfound, 229; 10. Prospect Mountain, 135; 11. Trinity, 135.

Girls’ individual results

1. Ellie Frederick, Sunapee, 41.45; 2. Jocelyn Young, Kearsarge, 41.6; 3. Sydni Lehr, Gilford, 41.77; 4. Miranda Shilling, Derryfield, 42.01; 5. Silvia Dalton, Sunapee, 42.45; 6. Brie Von Beren, Kearsarge, 42.55; 7. Bethany Tanner, Gilford, 42.7; 8. Sophia Lehr, Gilford, 43.81; 9. Elizabeth Greason, Kearsarge, 44.05; 10. Isabella Greason, Kearsarge, 44.26.

Boys’ dual giant slalom team results

1. Derryfield, 389; 2. Kearsarge, 377; 3. Sunapee, 364; 4. White Mountains, 320; 5. Bishop Brady, 319.5; 6. Newfound, 307; 7. Gilford, 288; 8. Prospect Mountain, 281.5; 9. Newport, 253; 10. Lebanon, 239; 11. Hillsboro-Deering, 192.

Boys’ individual results

1. Aiden Markoff, Kearsarge, 40.03; 2. Kyle Goldberg, Derryfield, 40.72; 3. Charlie Butler, Derryfield, 40.78; 4. Henry Howe, Derryfield, 40.82; 5. Riley Balch, Sunapee, 41.13; 6. Frankie Brandt, Derryfield, 41.19; 7. Matthew Noyer, Kearsarge, 41.84; 8. Rupert Dalton, Sunapee, 42.26; 9. Nathan Dudley, Derryfield, 42.31; 10. Seth Rutledge-Davis, Kearsarge, 42.33.