Bedford’s Justin O’Neil led all scorers with 17 points in the Bulldogs’ 53-50 win over Bishop Guertin of Nashua in Division I boys’ basketball Friday night.

The Bulldogs went 21-for-23 from the free-throw line in the win. Harrison LeGoullon scored 10 and Thomas Morgan added eight for Bedford (2-0). Austin Hiscoe led Guertin (0-1) with 14 points. Davis Camacho scored nine and Joey Dasilva added eight.

Concord 57, Nashua North 51: In Nashua, Scott Lampron led the Tide (1-0) with 31 points, four rebounds and six assists for Concord, which raced out to a 9-0 lead. Rylan Canabano added 10 points and eight assists. Brandon Choate led North (1-1) with 16.

Salem 70, Nashua South 44: In Nashua, Kyle Poulin led all scorers with 19 points to lead Salem (2-0). Trevor DeMinico scored 15 and Zack Caraballo contributed 13. Alex Hulfachor led South (0-2) with 12 points, while Andres Hulfachor added eight.

Exeter 72, Manchester Memorial 31: In Exeter, Josh Morissette scored 15 and Ryan Grijalva added 14 as 12 players scored for the Blue Hawks (2-0). Jack Fitzgerald led Memorial (0-3) with seven.

Keene 59, Londonderry 43: In Londonderry, Alex Opsahl led all scorers with 13 points. Logan Patnode had 12 and Tate Matte had 10. Jackson Cox led the Lancers with 10.

Alvirne 76, Goffstown 44: In Goffstown, Alvirne’s Joe Canelos led all scorers with 22 points. Ryan Weston added 12 for the Broncos (2-0), Jojo Mpoyo led the Grizzlies (0-2) with nine.

Colebrook 59, Lisbon 55: In Lisbon, Jon Scherer led all scorers with 22 for the Mohawks (3-2). Malik McKinnon added 16. Camden Burt led Lisbon (2-3) with 17. Jacob Deem poured in 14.

Oyster River 71, Stevens 22: In Durham, Kyle Landrigan led the Bobcats (3-0) with 33 points. Joe Morrell had 13 and Kyle Miller had 11. Josh Stithen led the Cardinals (0-3) with nine.

Girls’ basketball

Salem 61, Nashua South 40: In Salem, Jordyn Franzen’s 22 points paced the Blue Devils (4-0). Carly Saif added nine points. South is 0-4.

Pinkerton 59, Portsmouth 22: In Portsmouth, Brooke Kane led all scorers with 21, including three 3-pointers. Madison Mahoney added 10 for Pinkerton (3-0).

Windham 45, Trinity 21: In Manchester, Ali Scheibel led the Jaguars, who improved to 4-0 in their inaugural Division I season. Sam Adamson scored 16 points and Sarah Dempsey added 11. Alyssa Hanel scored six for the Pioneers (0-4).

Manchester Memorial 60, Exeter 50: In Manchester, Tamrah Gould led the Crusaders (3-1) with 15 points as Memorial led throughout. Jennessa Brunette added 14 and Ilyana Vega scored 10. Lyric Grumblatt scored eight and Jessica Carrier made six free throws down the stretch as part of her eight points. Exeter (3-1) was led by Lia Raynowska with 11 and Julia Sherwin with 10.

Goffstown 41, Alvirne 26: In Hudson, Kelly Walsh led all scorers with 22. Sofia Piriz and Livi Brannen added five for Gofftsown (4-0). Kaliana Secchiaroli led Alvirne (1-2) with nine points. Sarah Lavoie scored eight.

Manchester Central 58, Dover 28: In Dover, Grace Potvin had 15 points and Destiny Jordan had 14 for the Little Green (2-1).

Keene 63, Londonderry 53: In Keene, Courtney Shay led the Lancers (0-3) with 22 points and seven rebounds. Michelle Marino had 10 points, five rebounds and five steals.

Nashua North 44, Concord 41: In Concord, Ky Buchholz led the Tide (0-4) 18 points. Quinn Daniels added nine and Caroline Clark scored seven.

Merrimack 62, Winnacunnet 46: In Hampton, Theresa Twardosky’s 20 points led the Tomahawks (3-1) to the win. Sam Page added 11. Marisa Lamprey led host Winnacunnet (0-4) with 11.

Bishop Brady 78, Spaulding 59: In Rochester, Ami Rivera led all scorers with 26 and Marissa Payne hit for 22 for the visiting Giants (3-1). Eliza Brault (15) and Ambra Breakfield (12) led the Raiders (1-2). Abby Ward and Katie Raymond each had 10.

Lebanon 45, Bow 28: In Bow, Taylor Burnham and Madison Speckman led the Falcons (2-3) with six points each. Lebanon is 5-0.

Girls’ hockey

Concord 5, Pinkerton 1: At Tri-Town Arena in Hooksett, the Tide (4-0) got two{span} goals from Emily Forward, and one each from Maria Armaganian, Joanna Dustin and Libby Brown. The Astros are 0-3.

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