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February 07. 2014 11:13PM

NHIAA Roundup: West, Bedford squeak by


NHIAA Scores, Schedule

Friday's Scores
Boys’ Basketball

Manchester West 72, Dover 69
Alvirne 79, Timberlane 48
Trinity 59, Bishop Guertin 54
Derryfield 76, Concord Christian 43
Portsmouth Christian 63, Gorham 44
Fall Mountain 58, Mascoma Valley 41
Hopkinton 73, Hillsboro-Deering 47
Hollis Brookline 62, Goffstown 40
Lebanon 66, Coe-Brown 58
Portsmouth 83, Kingswood 19
Berlin 41, Laconia 30
Nashua South 53, Keene 46
Kearsarge 58, Newfound 45
Littleton 63, Lisbon 36
Merrimack 60, Pinkerton 41
Pelham 70, Souhegan 35
Pembroke 57, Plymouth 56
St. Thomas 58, Windham 55
Campbell 55, Somersworth 21
Spaulding 59, Concord 41

Girls’ Basketball
Newport 49, Stevens 27
White Mountains 50, Gilford 33
Souhegan 74, Pelham 22
Fall Mountain 54, Mascoma Valley 42
Pembroke 53, Plymouth 31
Portsmouth 53, Kingswood 26
Newfound 72, Kearsarge 31
Winnacunnet 61, Nashua South 38
Nute 62, Lin-Wood 30
Kennett 45, Manchester West 19
Milford 55, John Stark 13
Goffstown 56, Hollis Brookline 47
Gorham 52, Portsmouth Christian 41
Londonderry 66, Exeter 39
Bedford 82, Salem 49
Winnisquam 48, Belmont 45
Laconia 45, Berlin 33
Lebanon 62, Coe-Brown 38
Spaulding 36, Concord 35
Derryfield 42, Concord Christian 30
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Saturday's games
Boys’ Basketball

Groveton at Colebrook, Woodsville at Rivendell; Hollis-Brookline at Pelham

Girls’ Basketball
Groveton at Colebrook, Bow at Bishop Brady, ConVal at Hanover.

Boys’ Hockey
Londonderry at Pinkerton at the Ice Den, 1:30 p.m.; Manchester Central at Bishop Guertin at Skate 3, 3:50 p.m.; St. Thomas at Manchester Memorial at JFK Coliseum, 4:30 p.m.; Nashua North at Salem at the ICEnter, 4:30 p.m.; Nashua South at Concord at Everett Arena, 5:30 p.m.; Bishop Brady at Exeter at the Rinks at Exeter, 6:40 p.m.; Hanover at Trinity at Sullivan Arena, 11 a.m.; Lebanon at Timberlane at the ICEnter, 4:30 p.m.; Kingswood at Keene at Cheshire Fairgrounds, 5 p.m.; Pembroke/Campbell at Somersworth/Coe-Brown at Rochester Arena, 6 p.m.; Goffstown at Merrimack at West Side Arena, 6:15 p.m.; Alvirne at Windham-Pelham at ICEnter, 6:45 p.m.; Oyster River at Bow at Everett Arena, 7:30 p.m.; Winnacunnet at Spaulding at Rochester Arena, 8 p.m.; Souhegan at Kennett at Ham Arena, 3:45 p.m.; Portsmouth at ConVal at Winchendon School, 4:30 p.m.; Manchester West at John Stark-Hopkinton at Lee Clement Arena, 6 p.m.; Belmiont-Gilford at Moultonborough/Inter-Lakes at Laconia Arena, 7 p.m.

Girls’ Hockey
St.Thomas-Dover at Berlin/Gorham, Bishop Brady-Trinity at Exeter, Oyster River at Concord, Souhegan at Bishop Guertin, Hanover at Lebanon.
Wrestling
Concord at Londonderry, Plymouth at Pelham, Nashua South at Timberlane, Nashua South at Pinkerton, Manchester West at Goffstown, Winnacunnet at Goffstown, Franklin at Oyster River

Sunday's Games
Boys’ Hockey

Spaulding at Windham-Pelham at ICEnter, 8 p.m.

Monday's Games
Boys’ Basketball

Gorham at Groveton, Pittsfield at Hinsdale, Newport at Hopkinton, Campbell at Raymond

Girls’ Basketball
Pittsfield at Hinsdale, Woodsville at Blue Mtn, Vt., Gorham at Groveton, Raymond at Campbell.

Boys’ Hockey
Londonderry at Nashua South, Bow at Bedford

Girls Hockey
Lebanon at Souhegan

Alfred Nyonne had 19 points and Keenan Caron scored 17 as Manchester West beat Dover 72-69 in boys’ basketball on Friday night in Dover.

Corey Descoteaux came up with two steals in the final minute, including one that prevented Dover from getting off a potential tying shot before the buzzer. Richard Shout added 14 points as West (3-8) won its second straight. Anthony Lupi scored 23 and Mike Wasserman added 10 points for Dover (2-10).




Bedford 49, Salem 43: At Salem, Sam Bedford scored 14 and Bedford rallied in the fourth quarter to win on the road. Cam Meservey added 10 points for Bedford (4-7), which trailed 38-31 after the third quarter. Michael Felix and Tim Dodier scored 13 apiece for Salem (3-7).




Profile 49, Woodsville 32: At Bethlehem, Zach Knowlton scored 10 points and Profile (10-2) held Woodsville to two field goals in the second half. Eric Tholl pulled down nine rebounds and Hunter Leighton had eight as the Patriots outrebounded the Engineers 30-24. Joe Abrahamsen scored 11 to lead Woodsville (8-3).




Merrimack 60, Pinkerton 41: At Merrimack, Eric Gendron had 20 points and Shayne Bourque scored 15 for the Tomahawks. Zach Kerr added 11 points for Merrimack (10-1), which pulled away early and was leading 18-6 by the end of the first quarter and had nine players score at least a point. David Faulks had nine points for the Astros (6-5) in their third straight loss.




Campbell 55, Somersworth 21: At Litchfield, Campbell limited Somersworth to two points in the first quarter and two in the fourth and extended its winning streak to eight games. Zach Bergeon scored a game-high 17 points for the Cougars, who improved to 9-2 in Division III. Harrison Vedrani added 14 for Campbell. Somersworth dropped to 4-9.
Girls’ basketball

Pinkerton 61, Merrimack 31: At Derry, Pinkerton scored 44 points in the second half and raised its Division I record to 11-1. Kayla Stacy scored a game-high 16 points for the Astros, who received a nine-point performance from Colleen Fortier.




Londonderry 66, Exeter 39: At Exeter, forward Tara Burke tossed in a season-high 21 points to help the Lancers raise their Division I record to 11-1. Casey Evans added 10 for Londonderry. Alex Peucker led Exeter (3-10) with 15.




Milford 55, John Stark 13: At Weare, Rebecca Cleary scored 15, Adelle Pitsas finished with 14 Jess Ryan had 11 points for Milford (11-1). The Spartans shut out John Stark in the first quarter and led 19-2 at halftime. Nicole Beeso led John Stark (1-10) with four points.




Goffstown 56, Hollis-Brookline 47: At Goffstown, Katie Howe scored 16 and Cassidy Lalumiere added 12 points for the Grizzlies (7-6). Bri Hackett scored 25 to lead Hollis/Brooline (5-7).




Derryfield 42, Concord Christian 30: At Manchester, Hannah Comoeau scored 16 and Frankie DeIeso-Freschette finished with nine points for Derryfield (9-6), which led 39-14 going into the fourth quarter.

Kendra Jarvis scored 13 points to lead Concord Christian (2-13).


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