NHIAA Roundup: Campbell girls breeze in tourney
February 27. 2014 10:15PM
NHIAA scores, scheduleWednesday's games
Conant 61, Campbell 46
Stevens 60, Fall Mountain 48
Farmington 57, Belmont 37
Pembroke 58, Goffstown 48
Hollis/Brookline 71, ConVal 24
Kennett 73, Kingswood 42
Prospect Mountain 56, Gilford 46
St. Thomas 69, Oyster River 60
Woodsville 66, Gorham 33
Littleton 54, Profile 44
Moultonboro 51, Portsmth Christian 36
Mascenic 70, Wilton-Lyndeborough 64
Hinsdale 49, Concord Christian 45
Derryfield 72, Sunapee 51
Colebrook 63, Canaan-Pittsburg 58
Merrimack Valley 58, Man. West 33
Pembroke 42, Goffstown 41
Kingswood 43, Kennett 33
Nashua North 7, Nashua South 2
Berlin 7, Portsmouth 6
Concord 9, Bishop Brady 2
Manchester West at ConVal
Dover 3, Oyster River 1
Merrimack 8, Alvirne 2
Bedford 3, Goffstown 0
Exeter 2, Hanover 1
Souhegan 6, Kearsarge 1
Kingswood 6, Winnacunnet 5
Pelham-Wind 5, Pembroke-Campbell 1
Lac-W'squam 2, Moultonboro-ILakes 1
Salem 2, Pinkerton 1
John Stark/Hopkinton 7, Kennett 3
Bishop Guertin 3, Londonderry 2
Lebanon 5, Somersworth Coe-Brown 4
Keene 5, Timberlane 4
Concord 3, Bishop Brady-Trinity 2
Hanover 6, Oyster River 1
Plymouth 57, Pelham 46
Pinkerton 54, Salem 47
Raymond 82, Sanborn 76
Coe-Brown at Kingswood
Derryfield 62, Nute 31
Epping 64, Portsmouth Christian 52
Groveton 72, Lisbon 36
Laconia 75,Newfound 52
Trinity 59, Merrimack 37
Coe-Brown 68, Kingswood 28
Windham at Hanover
Pelham 66, Plymouth 26
Manchester Central 6, Nashua South 1
Salem 1, Trinity 0 , OT
Dover 8, Alvirne 2
Souhegan 10, Manchester West 0
Nashua North at Alvirne, Prospect Mountain at Berlin, Hopkinton at Franklin, Gilford at Somersworth, Goffstown at ConVal, Stevens at Hillsboro-Deering, John Stark at Hollis/Brookline, Kearsarge at Newport, Londonderry at Nashua South, St. Thomas at Milford, Souhegan at Portsmouth, Sunapee at Wilton-Lyndeborough, Dover at Trinity, Winnisquam at White Mountains, Keene at Bedford, Farmington at Belmont, Merrimack Valley at Bishop Brady, Spaulding at Bishop Guertin, Bow at Conant, Mascenic at Campbell, Manchester West at Concord, Fall Mountain at Monadnock, Hanover at Windham, Inter-Lakes at Mascoma, Kennett at Oyster River, Manchester Memorial at Winnacunnet.
Bedford at Keene, Pinkerton at Salem, Portsmouth at Souhegan, Bishop Guertin at Spaulding, Trinity at Dover, ConVal at Goffstown, Oyster River at Kennett, Nashua South at Londonderry, Winnacunnet at Manchester Memorial, Hollis/Brookline at John Stark, Milford at St. Thomas, Alvirne at Nashua North.
Exeter at St. Thomas at Dover Arena, noon; Winnacunnet at Goffstown; Pembroke-Campbell at Keene.
Exeter at Oyster River; Bishop Guertin at Hanover.
Bishop Brady at Pinkerton at the Ice Den, 7 p.m.; Kingswood at Dover, Alvirne at Goffstown, Bedford at Merrimack, Pembroke-Campbell at John Stark/Hopkinton, Souhegan at Belmont-Gilford, Moultonborough-InterLakes at Kearsarge, Manchester Memorial at Manchester Central at JFK Coliseum, 6 p.m.; Keene at Lebanon, Spaulding at Oyster River, Somersworth Coe-Brown at Bow, Winnacunnet at Timberlane, Trinity at Hanover at Campion Arena, 7 p.m.; Laconia-Winnisquam at Kennett, ConVal at Portsmouth
Hanover at Bishop Brady-Trinity
Balance was the key as four different plays scored at least nine points, and point guard Hannah Neild dished out eight assists, as third-seeded Campbell of Litchfield routed Winnisquam of Tilton, 50-32, in a Division III girls' basketball second-round contest on Thursday night in Litchfield.
Hannah Faviano (12 points), Kylee Kulia (11), Amber Gibbons (10) and Alex Trevains (nine points, 10 rebounds) paced the Cougars. Neild grabbed six rebounds to go with her eight assists.
Campbell will host Gilford, a 43-39 upset winner over Bow, in a quarterfinal on Saturday at 7 p.m. Last season, Gilford knocked Campbell out of the tournament in the first round.
Trinity 59, Merrimack 37: In Merrimack, Lizzy Meehan scored 18 points and Amanda Torres added 17 for the 10-7 Pioneers.
Lauren Dubois scored nine points for Merrimack. Trinity, playing four games in five days, closes out its regular season schedule today at 6:30 p.m. against the Green Wave in Dover.
Pinkerton 54, Salem 47: In Derry, Pinkerton (9-9) was led by Luke Rosinski with 22 points and Jeremy Dietzel with 11 points and six rebounds. Caleb Godin added 11 points and 11 rebounds. Drew Green contributed eight points. Salem was led by Tim Dodier with 14 points and Mike Felix finished with 11 points. Salem led 33-32 after three quarters and Rosinski finished strong, scoring 12 of Pinkerton's 22 fourth quarter points.
Derryfield 62, Nute 31: Tyler Zorn led Derryfield with 13 points and Roger Larrivee added nine points for the Cougars. Pat McGinley and Sam Anderson each had eight points in the win.
Conant 61, Campbell 46: On Wednesday in Jaffrey, leading scorers for the Cougars were Zach Bergeon (22 points), Harrison Vedrani (seven points and nine rebounds) and Kyle Manning (six points). Campbell (14-3) will host Mascenic today at 7:30 p.m.
Moultonborough 51, Portsmouth Christian 36: On Wednesday, the Panthers rallied back from a 26-15 halftime deficit to post their 11th win in 18 games. Aaron Davis tallied 17 points including seven in the third period when Moultonborough outscored Portsmouth Christian, 22-9. Riley Swedberg had 13 points and Johnny McClay netted nine
Dover 8, Alvirne 2: Eight different players scored a goal to lead Dover past Alvirne of Hudson 8-2 in a Division II boys' hockey contest Thursday at Dover Ice Arena.
Dover (14-3) started strong building a 4-1 first -period lead thanks to goals by Griffin Guerra, Connor Gaffney, Cam Crowley and Jesse Frase. Michael Silva scored for Alvirne in the stanza.
Mitchell Welch of Dover and Brad Brock of Alvirne each exchanged second-period goals.
Dover took control with three more goals in the third period. Greg Stohrer, Robert Markusic and Kieran Lombard each scored for the Green Wave.
Central 6, Nashua South 1: At Conway Arena in Nashua, the Little Green (10-7) clinched a first-round bye in the upcoming Division I boys' ice hockey tournament.
Central has won four straight games. Ian Beliveau turned back 19 saves before relinquishing the net to Brendan O'Neil, who allowed South's lone goal.
Central led 2-0 in the first period thanks to tallies by Jon Mathieu and Nathan Potvin, who was assisted by Willy Lyons and Colin Pacheco.
The lead went to 4-0 in the second stanza on goals by Jake Clark, assisted by Patrick Barry and, Devon Sprague from Mathieu. Steve Saucier scored for South in the third period, but Parker Anderson answered for Central. Clark assisted on the goal and later scored on feeds from Pacheco and Barry.