High School Highlights: Merrimack wrestlers triumph


Merrimack 45,

Goffstown 36

Evan Torres, Caleb Hartford, Andy Almonte, Anson Dewar, Sid Dhanaraj, Adam Presa, Griffin Ostrom and Ian Griffin all had wins for the Tomahawks on Senior Night in front of “The Tribe.”

Campbell 51,

White Mountains 30

Campbell got pins from Trevor OMara, Tyler O’Mara, Jacob Oberto, Justin Gandia, Garrett Walker and David Donnelly to deliver the victory on the road. Matt Graveline earned a decision win for the Cougars as well.

Boys basketball

Souhegan 63,

Kearsarge 45

Matt McCool led all scorers with 19 points helping the Sabers rebound from Tuesday night’s loss at Pelham with a key Division II win. Souhegan moves to 8-3, while Kearsarge drops to 5-5.

Campbell 61,

Hopkinton 25

The Cougars sprinted to a 32-16 halftime lead and ran away. Brendan Rice had 17 points to lead the 10-2 Cougars, who erased the bad memories of Tuesday night’s loss with the blowout win. Joaquin Heller added 11 Campbell points.

HB 58,

John Stark 55

The Cavaliers snapped a two-game losing skid, edging the 4-8 Generals with some clutch play late Hollis Brookline is now 7-4.

Girls basketball

John Stark 53,

Milford 31

The Spartans, despite the score, may have played their best basketball of the season, according to their coach, Len Kulikowsk. Sophomore Sarah Dobbs led the way with 13 points. The 3-9 Spartans travel to face Merrimack Valley on Friday.

Boys hockey

Pinkerton 3,

Bishop Guertin 1

All the goals were scored in the second period, and PInkerton (11-0-1) zipped out to a 3-0 lead in the first 5:09 of the middle stanza in Wednesday night’s game. Guertin’s lone goal was by Pat Madden, assisted by Declan Wilkie. The Cards have now dipped to 6-6 after suffering their third straight loss.

Unified basketball

Nashua South 40,

Nashua North 33

Christian Lamontagne had three big blocks for the Titans but it wasn’t enough to stop the Panthers. Both teams are now 2-2 on the season.