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September 10. 2013 10:49PM

NHIAA results, summaries for Sept. 10, 2013

Boys’ cross country

AT DERRY

Team Scores: Pinkerton 25, Merrimack 47, Alvirne 69, Concord 91

Individuals: Phil Parent (P) 16:17; Phil Demers (A) 16:48; Mitch Ripka (M) 16:53; Owen Clark (P) 16:56; Tom Hanlon (P) 16:58; Connor Kwiecien (P) 16:59; Ben Francis (M) 17:01; Blake Williams (M) 17:03; Nick Pietrocarlo (P) 17:09; Noah Bellomo (A) 17:09
AT MANCHESTER (Derryfield Park)

Team Scores: Bishop Guertin 26, Londonderry 29, Keene 75, West 109

Individuals: Tyler Mclaren (BG) 16:56; D. Kilgore (L) 17:03; C. Fischer (BG) 17:30; R. DeSisto (BG) 17:32; G McAuliffe (L) 17:48; J.Kane (L) 18:06; C. Zanio (L) 18:07; J. Sheehan (BG) 18:09; N.Leach (L) 18:19; A. Sullivan (BG) 18:20; J Allard (K) 18:21; D. Rychlik (K) 18:22; B. Funk (K) 18:37; E Faroog (W) 18:42; K. Dewers (K) 18:57; D. Rodeleg (K) 19:12; C. Tendler (W) 19:23; G. Kay (W) 21:07; K. Carr (W) 21:10; J. Pawak (W) 21:37

Girls’ cross country

AT DERRY

Team Scores: Pinkerton 23, Concord 36, Alvirne 88, Merrimack 96

Individuals: Ariel Vaillancourt (PA) 19:08; Smita Boesch-Dining (C) 19:13; Morgan Sansing (PA) 19:20; Haley McMullen (PA) 20:03; Taylor Lacey (PA) 20:19; Kate Andy (C) 20:19; Lydia Lyman (A) 20:33; Cassie Shea (C) 20:44; Erin Waters (C) 20:46; Sadie Farnsworth (PA) 20:56
AT DOVER

Individuals: 1. Emily Harris (Central) 20:48; 2. H. Mourkos (Dover) 21:02; 3. L. Oligny (Timberlane) 21:09; 4. Jen Murphy (Central) 21:54; 5. Holly Webster (Central) 22:16; 6. Rebecca Walker (Central) 22:21; 7. C Ojemann (Timberlane) 22:22; 8. A Fairbairn (Timberlane) 22:22; 9. M Scherer (Dover) 22:35; 10. R Cooke (Dover) 22:54.



Golf

AT AMHERST

Individuals: August Darula (Souhegan) 38; Mitch Hubert (S) 38; Robinson (S) 40, Ryan (Milford) 41, Walsh (Hollis Brookline) 41, Ehrenstein (S) 42, Roche (HB) 42
At LITCHFIELD

Team scores: Campbell 161, Prospect Mtn. 175, Conant 202

Individuals: Maki Seppala (C) 36; Austin Baker (Camp) 38; Justin DiBenedetto (Camp) 40; Trevor Roche (Camp) 41; Sam Mahoney (Camp) 42; Tyler Butler (Camp) 42; Connor Sahlin (Camp) 43, Zach Bergeon (Camp) 45.
AT GONIC

Team Scores: Concord 192, Manchester Central 206, Spaulding 208, Exeter 219

Team Records: Concord 10-2, Central 8-1, Spaulding 2-7, Exeter 3-6

Individuals: Charlie Nevejans (S) 36; Ben Bengtson (C) 37; Ben Breton (S) 38; Samantha Reed (C) 38; Adam Godbout (C) 39; Matt Latourette (C) 39; Tim Levins (C) 39; Matt Paradis (MC) 39; Garrett Sinotte (MC) 40; Mike Plentzas (MC) 41; Sam Tardiff (C) 41
AT NORTH SUTTON

Team scores: Hopkinton 173, Inter-Lakes 180, Franklin 242

Individuals: Peter Benson (Hopkinton) 39, Drew Fay (Inter-Lakes) 40, Sam Winslow (Hopkinton), Logan Goewey (Inter-Lakes) 44; Jamison Crouch (Hopkinton) 46; Max Leiger (Hopkinton) 46; Dillon Mailand (Inter-Lakes) 48, Cody Burns (Inter-Lakes) 48; Jake Geddis (Franklin) 56, Corey Nelson (Franklin) 58.
AT NASHUA
Team scores: Keene (201); Memorial (201), Alvirne (203) Timberlane (212).

Individuals: Dylan Lortie (Alvirne) 35; Keeton Foster (Keene) 38; John Cook (Memorial) 39; Garret Olivar (Memorial) 39; Jasper Jenkins (Keene) 40; Collin Stroshine (Keene) 40; Dan Schesser (Memorial) 41; Craig Preston (Memorial) 41; Zach Pelletier (Memorial) 41; N. Hennessy (Timberlane) 41.
AT MANCHESTER

Team Results: Bedford 196 (13-2); Pinkerton 213 (5-1); Winnacunnet 219 (2-4); Nashua South 232 (1-11)

Individuals: Ryan Brown (B) 35; Connor Lee (B) 38; Marshall Halpin (PA) 39; Mike Soucy (B) 40; Justin Clutter (B) 41; Eric Byrne (PA) 41; Ryan Quinn (W) 41; Charlie Hesser (W) 41; Tim Weeks (B) 42; Mike Millerich (B) 43; Jim Rice (PA) 43
AT NEWPORT

Team Results: Derryfield (5-0) 154; Newport (3-1) 169; Littleton (2-3) 205

Individuals: Bennett Doherty (D) 37; Pat McGinley (D) 37; Roger Larrivee (D) 38; Andre Kepler (N) 41; Peter Thompson (D) 42;

Cameron Gebo (N) 42; Cale Manseau (N) 43; Matt Bocko (N) 43; Dawson Campbell (N) 44; Owen Stone (L) 44









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