High School Highlights: Bishop Guertin gets by Alvirne

Boys basketball

Bishop Guertin 58, Alvirne 55

The Cardinals (2-1) squeezed out a close win on the road against the Broncos (1-3). John Sullivan and Mason Carroll each put up 15 points for Guertin.

Alvirne’s Jack Dewitt had a game high 20 points and Meshack Mugariri added 14.

Guertin hosts Concord and Alvirne hosts Nashua South on Tuesday.

Moultonborough 65, Wilton-Lyndeborough 53

The Warriors dropped to 2-3 after their third straight loss Friday night. Jack Schwab had a team high 21 points. JJ Leblanc added 16 points in the loss.

WLC are on the road to Hinsdale on Tuesday.

Exeter 64, Nashua South 53

The Panthers dropped to 1-3 after a home loss against Exeter. Ivan Nyantenji played great with the ball in his hands tallying 20 points.

Andres Hulfachor played well collecting 15 points.

South visits Alvirne on Tuesday.

Milford 55, Bishop Brady 46

Gavin Urda and Jake Greska gave the Spartans (2-2) 17 and 16 points respectively in the win Friday night.

Milford was having trouble shooting the ball in the first three quarters and then exploded for 27 points in the fourth quarter. Christian Jones added 10 points for the Spartans. Milford welcomes Souhegan on Tuesday.

Souhegan 60, John Stark 49

Matt McCool collected 16 points and helped the Sabers (2-1) secure a home win.

The deciding factor was Souhegan’s great first half defense and maintaining the energy to the end.

Curtis Redd and Sam Corbett added 14 and 13 points respectively Friday night.

Souhegan visits Milford on Tuesday.

Bow 66, Hollis Brookline 51

The Cavaliers (2-2) held their own against a strong Bow squad. Hollis Brookline had a one points lead at the half, but Bow countered with a big run in the third quarter.

Sander Wimmer led the team with 11 points and Grant Snyder scored nine in the loss. Hollis Brookline welcomes ConVal on Tuesday.

Girls basketball

Hollis Brookline 49, Bow 42

Christina Balsamo’s 21 point game helped lift the Cavs (5-0) over Bow. Elisabeth Stapelfeld scored nine points, while Amanda Goclowski and Cheyenne Colbert had six points each.

Hollis Brookline travels to ConVal on Tuesday.

John Stark 47, Souhegan 26

The Sabers (1-4) suffered a big loss on the road Friday night.

Susie Wason tallied eight points and Devon McGrath had six points. Souhegan welcomes Milford on Tuesday.

Merrimack 49,

Nashua North 28

The Tomahawks (5-0) continue their winning pace, grabbing their fifth straight win and in the process giving the Titans (0-4) their fourth consecutive loss.

Merrimack used its defense well causing North to make costly turnovers against the press. Grace Cardin put up 12 points for the Titans in the loss.

Merrimack visits Windham and North travels to Londonderry on Tuesday.

Bishop Guertin 73, Dover 32

The Cardinals moved to 5-0 in Division I, thanks in part to Erin Carney’s 22 points and 11 from Bri Wilcox. Hannah Muchemore and Addison Smith added nine points each.

Guertin is off until next Friday when it hosts Nashua South at 7 p.m.

Campbell 80, Newport 53

Karleigh Schultz (24 points) and Tori Allen (18 points) played lights out in a strong offensive effort for the Cougars (3-3).

Campbell scored 43 first half points and continued to build its lead by stopping the Tigers defensively. Campbell is at home against Hillsboro-Deering on Tuesday.


Nashua North

The Titans boys defeated Londonderry, Hollis Brookline and Campbell, but fell to Dover by one. Notable performances came by Mario Rodriguez with a win in the 200 IM and 100 free. Rittivuth Chea also had a pair of wins in the 50 free and 100 breaststroke. Sayan Ghose had a pair of runner up finishes in the 100 fly and 100 breaststroke.

The relay team of Chea, White, Lee and Rodriguez took first place in the 200 free and 400 free relays. The North girls won over Campbell, but fell to Hollis Brookline, Londonderry and Dover. Highlights included Ana Haight placing third in 200 freestyle and second in the 100 butterfly. Katerina Juris placed third in the 100 free and Aurora Holland took third in the 500 freestyle.