High School Highlights: North, South girls battle in ski meet


The Titans (340 points) finished ahead of rival South (316) in a meet won by Bedford (390). Keene was second at 368, followed by Londonderry (343) and Windham (342). Host Timberlane was seventh with 240.

Leading the way for the Titans was Isabelle Gates, who finished 12th with two runs totaling 1:14.49. Emily Wynn was 21st in 1:26.93 while finishing 27th was Kathryn Conley in 1:30.65.

The Panthers top skiers were Abby Yekelchik (25, 1:29.62), Audra Robinsion (32, 1:32.63) and Jaimee Conmy

(32, 1:35.91).

Nashua South boys sixth

In the boys meet at Pat’s Peak, Nashua South finished sixth with 315 points, behind winner Bedford (394), Timberlane (368), Keene (364), Windham (337) and Londonderry (325).

Leading the way for the Panthers was Connor Foti, 24th over with combined two-run times of 1:26.46. Andrew Dunhom was 27th in 1:27.38, followed by Trevor Stewart (30, 1:29.05) and Patrick Martin (32, 1:29.76).

Bedford’s C.J. Iadue was the individual winner in a time of 57.57.

Nashua North individual skiers Spencer Hunt (13th in 1:15.42), Andrew Barry (26, 1:27.11) and Noah Weiss (39, 1:34.01) did well.


Hollis Brookline 55, Milford 18

The Cavaliers got pins by Connor Ramage (113 pounds), Dan DeLong (138), Scott Anneser (170), and Tyler St. Pierre (182) to move to 5-1 on the season and 4-0 in Division II. Other Cav winners included Troy Moscatelli at 120 (major decision), Tedy Moscatelli at 152 (6-4 decision), Zack Bricker at 195 (3-1) and Owen MacMillan at 285 (4-0).

Milford got three wins, all pins by Rudy Schnare (126), Ethan Briggs (160) and Rory O’Connor (220).


Mount Royal 56,

Wilton-Lyndeborough 14

The Warriors dropped their fifth straight to fall to 1-8. However, they got a good game from Kiley Dougherty (10 points). Brooke Lane had the other four. WLC will next visit Hinsdale on Monday.

Campbell 42, Bow 34 (Wednesday)

Strong performances by David Donnelly at 152 pounds and Garrett Walker (182) helped the Cougars stay unbeaten and hand Bow its first loss.