Athiei Bol led all scorers with 18 points and eight rebounds as the Trinity boys’ basketball team cruised to a 63-47 win over Timberlane on Friday in Plaistow. The Pioneers built a three-point halftime edge to as much as 20 in the second half. Luke Duffley scored 12 points on four 3-pointers, Foster Stacey had eight points and seven rebounds, and Ethan Frenette had eight points for Trinity (3-2). Kyle Ventola led Timberlane (0-4) with 13.

Winnacunnet 55, Manchester Central 50: In Manchester, the Warriors reached 5-0 on the year behind a game-high 22 points from Jack Schaake while Ben Allen followed up with 16. Jaythan Bosch and Dede Niyang each dropped 12 points for Central (3-3).

Salem 58, Portsmouth 43: In Salem, Zack Caraballo scored 15, Trevor Deminico added 13 and Kyle Poulin notched 10 for Salem (6-0). Portsmouth (3-3) got a game-high 18 points from Alex Tavares and 10 from Calvin Hewett.

Keene 66, Bedford 65: In Bedford, Tate Matte scored of a set play with 5.4 seconds left to win it for the Blackbirds (4-1), who held the Bulldogs (3-2) scoreless on their final possession. Matte scored a game-high 22 points for Keene. Justin O’Neill topped Bedford’s scoring with 17 points.

Concord 46, Windham 35: In Windham, Scott Lampron led the Tide with 14 points, six rebounds and four assists, and Max Van Fleet scored 12 points. Rylan Canabano added seven points, five rebounds and five assists, and Jon Shamash pitched in six points and six rebounds. Concord is 3-2. Windham is 1-5.

Bishop Guertin 64, Goffstown 44: In Nashua, the Cardinals (2-3) made it two wins in a row with 17 points from Austin Hiscoe and 14 from Max Matarazzo. The Grizzlies fell to 1-4.

Bow 77, Stevens 32: In Claremont, the Falcons picked up their first win of the year by way of 11 3-pointers while four players registered double-digit points. Nick Kiah led those big scorers for Bow (1-5) with 18 points and Ben Harris added 15. Stevens is 0-7.

Souhegan 48, Coe-Brown 45: In Northwood, Souhegan’s Jeff Kieswetter made three free throws down the stretch to close the game out after after host Coe-Brown had cut a 10-point lead to two. Jeff Boehm led the Sabers (5-1) with 20 and Matt McCool added 13. Luke McCusker led Coe-Brown (1-3) with 16.

Campbell 75, Fall Mountain 26: In Langdon, Jonah Crema led the Cougars (6-0), who held a 24-4 lead after one quarter. Carter Vedrani added 14. Fall Mountain is 5-2.

Manchester West 87, Kennett 72: On Thursday in Conway, Gob Gob scored a season-high 30 points, leading the Manchester West past Kennett. The win was the first for the Blue Knights in six Division II games. They had lost three of their last four games by a combined five points. Josh Rose added 18 points — a career high — Daniel Jenkins-Mitchell scored 19 and Eian Kagauthi had 16 for West. Kennett dropped to 3-3.

Girls’ basketball

Londonderry 56, Trinity 21: In Manchester, Courtney Shay led all scorers with 17 points, and added five rebounds and three steals for the visiting Lancers (3-2), who rode a 19-5 second quarter to a 23-9 halftime lead. Ashley Rourke scored 11, Katie Sullivan added eight to go along with five rebounds and three steals, and Paige Belie notched six points and six rebounds. Trinity is 1-7.

Merrimack 48, Dover 31: In Dover, Theresa Twardosky had a game-high 16 points and Gillian Waller notched 14. Sam Page scored 11 for the Tomahawks (5-1). Dover (0-7) was paced by Katrina Krenzer’s 12 points.

Bedford 59, Keene 35: In Keene, Isabella King led the Bulldogs (5-2) with 23 points. Amanda Jonas scored 12 and Lizzy Stevenson added 11. Keene is 1-6.

Pinkerton 71, Exeter 39: In Exeter, Brooke Kane scored 23 points and Madison Mahoney added 14 for Pinkerton (7-0), which took a 21-5 lead after one quarter and coasted. Exeter is 3-4.

Concord 46, Windham 44: In Concord, Sarah Dempsey led the visiting Jaguars with 16 and Ali Scheibel contributed 14 in the loss. Concord is 2-5 while Windham slipped to 5-3.

Portsmouth 35, Salem 30: In Salem, Christine Aboujaoude led the Blue Devils (6-2) with 12 points, knocking down four 3-pointers, in the loss. Portsmouth is 6-2.

Manchester Central 35, Winnacunnet 30: In Hampton, Destiny Jordan led the Little Green (5-1) with 12 points. Winnacunnet is 0-8.

Sanborn 47, Merrimack Valley 38: In Penacook, Madison Houghton led Sanborn (4-4) with 16 points. Sophia Merry-Carreiro added 12 and Ellen McGough notched 11. Merrimack Valley is 5-4.

Bow 45, Stevens 30: In Bow, Lauren Goyette’s 15 points led the way for the Falcons (3-5). Taylor Burham had eight points, three rebounds and three steals, and Megan Remick had eight points, eight rebounds and two assists. Stevens is 1-8.