High School Highlights: Hulfachor, South drill Londonderry
Nashua South 54,
The Panthers take care of business at home and improve to 5-4. Andres Hulfachor led the offense with 11 points, Jeremiah Mitchell scored nine and Jaden Murphy collected eight. South hosts Dover on Tuesday.
Milford 66, Kearsarge 53
Jake Greska’s paced the Spartans (4-5) with 17 (22 total) first half points on their way to a win. Milford held a 36-24 lead at the half, as Kearsarge surged in the third to cut the lead to five. Milford ended the third quarter with an 11 point lead and kept that consistency to the end. Joe Shepard had 15 points and 12 rebounds. Milford travels to Hanover on Monday.
Hollis Brookline 88,
The Cavaliers (6-3) won in a shootout Friday night. Grant Snyder and Matt Dias played lights out on offense, collecting 31 and 21 points respectively. Max Stapelfeld tallied 18 points in the win. Hollis Brookline visits Merrimack Valley on Wednesday.
Gilford 46, Campbell 40 (OT)
The Cougars (5-7) drop a tough one at home, against a 10-1 Gilford squad. Alyssa Gonzalez had a team high 16 points, Kristina Castellano had seven and Karleigh Schultz added six. Campbell hosts St. Thomas on Tuesday.
Bedford 59, Alvirne 26
The Broncos (2-8) dropped their sixth game in a row, after a home loss to Bedford. Grace Hodgdon scored five points. Alvirne hosts Manchester Memorial on Wednesday.
Nashua South 36
The Panthers drop to 4-6 after their fifth straight loss. Kirsten McIntire tallied 11 points, while Catherine Covert, Iruka Obinelo and Julianna Martin scored six each. South visits Dover on Monday.
After a back and forth game, the Tomahawks (11-0) were able to stretch out the lead in the fourth to take the win. Riley Crampton and Samantha Page led the charge contributing 11 and 10 points respectively. Heather Rohr and Gillian Waller played strong on the boards, while battling a big Clippers squad. Merrimack travels to Londonderry on Wednesday.
Hollis Brookline 62,
Christina Balsamo led all scorers with 17 points, while improving the Cavs to 11-0. Amanda Goclowski had 14; Maggie Crooks added 12 and Elisabeth Stapelfeld scored nine. Cheyenne Colbert, Goclowski and Elizabeth Bonnette had eight rebounds apiece. Hollis Brookline visits Oyster River on Tuesday.