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Campbell's Zach Bergean tries to squeeze through Raymond's Tristan McManus, left, and Dylan Greenwood, on Friday. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)

NHIAA Roundup: Windham boys prevail in hoop opener


Senior forward Andrew Lowman tossed in a game-high 22 points and junior point guard David Carbonello finished with 16 as the Windham boys’ basketball team posted a 68-45 victory over Con-Val on Friday night in the Division II opener for each school.

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It was a 10-10 game after one quarter, but Windham took control by outscoring Con-Val 26-7 in the second quarter. Jordan Moore (12) and Noah Cail (10) led Con-Val.




Coe-Brown 49, Souhegan 48: At Amherst, Coe-Brown’s Sam Langdon hit a 3-pointer with 30 seconds to play as the Bears posted a one-point victory. Souhegan used a 16-0 run to take a 47-45 lead late in the fourth quarter.

Pembroke 68, Lebanon 65: Dylan Gage hit a 3-pointer with three seconds left for visiting Pembroke in a Division II opener.

Girls’ basketball

Portsmouth 71, Pelham 49: At Portsmouth, freshman forward Heather Durand scored a game-high 20 points to help the Clippers prevail in the Division II opener for each team.

Newmarket 52, Portsmouth Christian 33: At Newmarket, Sammy Leahy tossed in a game-high 16 points to highlight Newmarket’s victory.

Souhegan 49, Coe-Brown 44: At Northwood, Coe-Brown scored 23 points in the fourth quarter, but still came up short against Souhegan in the Division II opener for each school. Souhegan led 17-13 at halftime and 30-21 entering the fourth.

Wrestling

At Londonderry
Timberlane 39, Londonderry 27

106: Tyler Byrd (L) forfeit win; 113: Caleb Moscoso (L) dec. Cody Lewis, 5-0; 120: Tyler Fitzpatrick (T) dec. Mitch Rose, 3-1; 126: Tim McLinden (T) pin Ryan Cabezas, 1:27; 132: Jean-Luc Lemieux (L) forfeit win; 138: Austin Eaton (T) pin n/a, 0:32; 145: Ryan Peters (T) pin Colin Reardon, 0:31.; 152: Danny Scalzo (T) pin Jake Barr, 4:19; 160: Jon Young (L) pin Cam Altobelli, 1:42; 170: Brian Lonergan (T) dec. Will Bean, 1-0; 182: Sebastian Roszczenko (L) dec. Jason Kayyal, 7-0; 195: Richard Bilodeau (L) dec. Shawn Grenier, 4-0; 220: Mike DiGregorio (T) dec. Mahdi Achab, 5-2; 285: Zach Stewart (T) pin Tim Wilson, 1:00

        

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