NHIAA Football Roundup: Knight scores 5 TDs to lead South
NHIAA Football Scores, ScheduleFRIDAY'S SCORES
Central 20, Bedford 16
Concord 35, Goffstown 7
Spaulding 29, Dover 27
Exeter 36, Nashua North 0
Keene 44, Alvirne 7
Salem 29, Londonderry 7
Memorial 52, West 18
Pinkerton 63, Merrimack 21
Nashua So. 51, Winnacunnet 28
Bp Guertin 48, Timberlane 19
Lebanon 14, Kearsarge 0
Kennett 28, Kingswood 20
Milford 34, Laconia 27
Monadnock 27, Pembroke 19
Portsmouth 24, Hanover 21
Hollis/Brookline 34, Souhegan 6
Trinity 42, St. Thomas 28
Windham 46, Sanborn 7
Stevens 34, Raymond 6
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Merr. Valley at Plymouth, 1:30
ConVal at John Stark, 6
Winnisquam at Newfound, 1
Campbell at Bow, 1:30
Newport at Mascoma, 1:30
Pelham at Farm’gton-Nute. 1:30
Epping-Newmarket at Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough, 2:30
Franklin at Bishop Brady, 3
Fall Mtn at Somersworth, 7
* all times p.m.
Knight scored South’s first touchdown on a 48-yard run in the first period, connected with Robbie Smyth for a 30-yard pass for the second score and never eased up.
The Warriors (5-4), led by quarterback IngHao Veasna, kept pace with South through three quarters. They led 28-27 when Veasna scored his second rushing touchdown late in the third quarter.
Salem 29, Londonderry 7: At Londonderry, Jason Martinez rushed for 175 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Blue Devils. Josh Rodriguez added a rushing touchdown and Nick Shumski connected with Jake Poore for a TD pass. Jonathan Young rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown to lead the Lancers.
Dover led 20-16 after a Derek Stegman nine-yard run early in the fourth, but Spaulding got a 55-yard touchdown run from Trey Scott to make it 22-20 Red Raiders.
Dover (2-7) scored on a last second touchdown as Stegman connected with Cam Wiewuski for a 24-yard touchdown pass to account for the final score.
Mitchell Cyr’s 26-yard field goal gave Spaulding a 10-7 lead. Stegman scored on a 17-yard run to put Dover up 14-10. Scott then ran the ball in from 20 yards out to put Spaulding up 16-14.
Kennett 28, Kingswood 20: At Wolfeboro, the Eagles came roaring back with 28 second half points. Kingswood led 17-0 at the half. Kennett improves to 5-4. Kingswood finishes up at 1-8.
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