Boys Basketball

Nashua North 75, Pinkerton 59

The Titans (2-8) snapped a three- game losing streak by defeating the Astros on Tuesday night. Curtis Harris and Casey Lane led the team with 19 and 16 points respectively. CJ Barrett had 10 and Ryan Lynn added nine. North will travel to Spaulding on Friday.

Campbell 85, Sanborn 71

The Cougars (10-3) were down by three at the end of the first quarter, but led Sanborn for the rest of the way. Joaquin Heller had a strong performance with 26 points and Jake Scafidi had 11. Campbell will look for its fifth win a row on Thursday when they face Mascenic.

Hollis Brookline 55, Souhegan 32

The Cavaliers continue to roll over their competition by getting their fifth straight win. Hollis Brookline had a ten point lead at halftime and went on a 25-4 run late in the game. Grant Snyder led the team with 14 points, JB Brackett had 10, and Tyler MacDormand added nine points off the bench. Hollis Brookline plays Windham on Friday and Souhegan (7-6) heads to Timberlane on February 12th.

Milford 41, Goffstown 36

Despite missing two starters the Spartans squeezed by Goffstown. Jake Greska and Jamie Pare led with 11 and 10 points respectively. Milford moves to a record of 7-6 and host Timberlane on Friday.

Girls Basketball

Pinkerton 61, Nashua North 25

The Titans (5-7) were no match for a stout Astros team that only has one loss on the season. Bianca Gershgorin and Katie Carr played well in the loss. North heads to Keene on Thursday.

Sanborn 59, Campbell 51

The Cougars (4-10) came up a little short of the victory on Tuesday night. Leading the scoring for the Cougars were Karliegh Schultz with 14, Emma Rousseau with 12, and Tori Allen with eight. Campbell welcomes Somersworth on Friday.

Guertin 64, Central 35

The Cardinals (9-5) notched a convincing victory on the road against a tough Central team.

Ten different Cardinals tallied on the stat sheet, led by Hannah Muchemore with 12 points. Caroline Hoffer, Bri Wilcox, and Addison Smith each scored nine. Bishop Guertin travels to Dover on Friday.

Merrimack 59, Salem 51

Make it seven in a row for a hot handed Tomahawks (11-3) squad. Jolie Jacoby had a 20 point performance including going twelve for twelve at the free throw line. Sabrina Johnson added in 14 points on the night. Merrimack heads to Winnacunnet on Friday.

Hollis Brookline 46, Coe-Brown 39

Senior captain Joanna Balsamo had a big performance for the Cavaliers (13-1) ending her night with 28 points and 10 rebounds.

Liz Atkinson added to the stat sheet with five points and eight rebounds. Hollis Brookline is away at Windham on Friday.

Goffstown 44, Milford 29

The Spartans (3-10) continue to slide losing their fourth game in a row. Elizabeth Paul and Bri DeGroot contributed 11 and eight points respectively.

Milford heads to Timberlane on Friday.