High School Highlights: Nashua South boys rip Pinkerton
Nashua South 73, Pinkerton 54
Ivan Nyantenji’s 28 points helped the Panthers even their record at 3-3. Andres Hulfachor scored 17 points in the winning effort.
South hosts Merrimack on Tuesday.
Hollis Brookline 64, Kingswood 42
Grant Snyder came back from the flu to score 20 points and helps the Cavs pick up a decisive 64-42 win.
Robby Haytayan had an impressive showing collecting a double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds.
Hollis Brookline sits at an even 3-3 on the season and will visit Souhegan on Tuesday.
Bishop Guertin 70, Nashua South 19
The Cardinals (6-0) dominated the Panthers (4-2) with a 70-19 win on Friday night.
Guertin was led by Bri Wilcox with a team high 15 points, Hannah Muchemorehad 14 points and Erin Carney added 12 points.
Cath Covert (five points), Kirsten McIntire (four points) and Bailey Morin (four points) played well for South.
Guertin visits Manchester Memorial and South will make its way to Merrimack on Tuesday.
Hollis Brookline 71, Kingswood 41
The Cavaliers (7-0) continued their tear across Division II by notching an impressive 71-41 win over Kingswood.
Christina Balsamo led all scorers with 23 points. Elizabeth Bonnette (13 points), Amanda Goclowski (nine points), Elisabeth Stapelfeld (eight points) and Amanda Robbins (eight points) played well in the win.
Hollis Brookline will welcome Souhegan on Tuesday.
Kearsarge 68, Milford 24
The visiting Cougars outscored Milford (0-6) 41-7 in the second half to coast to a Division II win over the Spartans.
Sarah Dobbs had a team high nine points for the Spartans.
Milford will look for its first win Tuesday night at Manchester West.
Merrimack 50,Dover 36
After a sluggish start, the Tomahawks (7-0) created separation in the second half extending the lead to as many as 24 points on their way to a win.
Leading the way for the Tomahawks was Theresa Twardosky with 16 points, Heather Rohr added nine points, Makenna Desfosses and Gillian Waller had six apiece.
Merrimack hosts Nashua South on Tuesday.
Coe-Brown 48, Souhegan 25
The Sabers dropped to 2-5 after their Friday night road loss.
Devon McGrath paced had a team high six points and Halle VanBallegooyen had a great night on defense recording five blocks.
Souhegan is at Hollis Brookline on Tuesday.
Fall Mountain 77,Campbell 14
The Cougars (4-4) win streak ended after in a tough road setback to Fall Mountain.
Tori Allen and Riley Gamache led Campbell with seven and five points, respectively.
The Cougars travel to St. Thomas on Tuesday.
The Panthers had an impressive showing in Keene racking up six wins.
The relay team of Haleigh Swabowicz, Caroline Shea, Payton Mooso and Katrina Norton finished first in the 200 medley relay with a time of 2:07.19. Shea, Hailey Dion, Norton and Swabowicz won the 200 freestyle relay 1:54.07.
The boys team of Caden Hedquist, Asher Thomas, Lee Hill and Jason Lam finished first in the 200 freestyle relay with time 1:47.58.
Individual wins came from Shea in the 200 IM (2:35.98), Swabowicz in the 100 free (1:01.00) and Lam in the 100 free (54.68). Lam also placed second in the 200 IM.
The Titan boys defeated Keene, South, Souhegan, Milford and Laconia.
Top performers were Owen White with a win in the 200 free and 100 backstroke.
Rittivuth Chea had wins in the 100 butterfly and the 500 free.
Sayan Ghose also had a win the 100 breaststroke. Lastly the relay team of Chea, Ghose, Rodriguez and Lee won the 200 medley relays and the team of Chea, White, Lee and Rodriguez won the 400 free relay.