North, South skiers finish pretty close at Pat’s Peak
Nashua North and South boys and girls skiers were pretty much neck-in-neck in multi team meets at Pat’s Peak on Thursday, while it was a tough night for a couple of local girls basketball teams:
The Panthers and Titans finished tied for sixth with 304 points in a nine-team race at Pat’s Peak won by Bedford (392) with Keene second at 360 and Timberlane third at 357. Pinkerton nosed out Windham, 345-342, for fourth.
Leading the way for the host Panthers were Connor Foti in 1:14.96, good for 28th overall. Also for South, Trevor Stewart was 32nd in 1:21.18 and Caleb Humber 35th in 1:22.65.
For the Titans, Spencer Hunt was the top local in 20th place in 1:07.23, while Andrew Barry was 24th in 1:13.38 and Brendan McMahon 41st in 1:25.06.
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The Panthers finished with 308 points, ahead of the Titans, who had 291 in a muli-team meet at Pat’s Peak won by Bedford (392). Keene was second at 362 while Windham (349) edged Pinkerton (347) for third. Londonderry was just ahead of South for fifth with 311.5 points.
Leading the way for the Panthers were Audra Robinson (17th, 1:14.42) and Abby Yekelchik (27th, 1:23.73). Jaimee Conmy was 39th in 1:36.90.
For the Titans, Emily Wynne was 32nd in 1:26.79 while Zoe Goodman was 33rd in 1:27.32.
It was a tough night for the Broncos in Manchester as they fell to 2-3. Sara Ruigrok led Alvirne with eight points and Ellie Ochieng added seven.
Central is now 4-1 while the Broncos visit Nashua South on Tuesday hoping to get back to .500.
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The visiting Spartans endured a tough night in Concord, falling to 0-4 in Division II. Leah St. John and Leslie MacGrath each had eight points to lead the locals, who visit rival Souhegan on Tuesday.
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Cougar Connor Rakiey at 126 (pin) led the way, while also wrestling well were Chris Corbett at 152 and Brett McIerney at 195. Campbell also got forfeits at 120 and 220.
The Cougars will compete in the Winnisquam Invitational on Saturday in Tilton.