Nashua North wrestlers stop Bedford
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Andrew Tate, Bryan Mwangi, Spencer Whiting, Tyler Griffin, Dylan McIntyre and Max Ackerman, who clinched things at heavyweight, scored pins for the Titans to help pull out the thriller.
Bishop Guertin 44,
Anthony Fernandez, Connor MacDonald, Steve Bouchard, Zach Rioux and Charlie Bellavance scored wins by fall as the Cardinals continued their dominance over Division II.
Randy Brown and Ben Stawasz added major decisions for BG.
Concord Christian 52
Jack Schwab tossed in a game-high 23 points to lead the win in the thriller.
Kyler Tremblay scored 16 and, Sean Brennan added six points for WLC, which snapped a two-game losing skid and pumped up its own playoff hopes by moving to 5-8.
Winless Milford battled hard, playing its third game in as many nights. The Spartans hung tough for three quarters, trailing 43-29, before Pembroke finally pulled away.
Alexa Wilder, Sarah Dobbs and Bailey Johnson each had nine points for Milford in the loss.
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Matthew Umali had a strong night for the Titans, scoring eight points.
The Girls State Championships were held at Gunstock on Wednesday.
In the giant slalom, Nashua North’s Zoe Goodman delivered the top local effort. Sitting 20th with a strong run of 41.34, she finished the event in 22nd place.
Teammate Emily Wynne was next in 29th. Brooke D’Silva (67th) and Elizabeth Crotty (78th) finished out the Titans scoring the race.
South was led by Abby Yekelchick (39th) and Jamie Conmy (42nd).
Maddie Rowe (84th), Kelsie Leith (87th), Bailey Cosgrove (88th) and Alexandra Elliott (89th) rounded things out for the Panthers. South’s Audra Robinson was 25th in the slalom to pace all area racers. Yekelchick was 46th, followed by Kaitlyn West (57th) and Lily Vogel (61st) for the Panthers.
Wynne paced North in 30th, followed by Goodman (64th), D’Silva (74th) and Crotty (75th) for the Titans.
Bishop Guertin 2
The teams played an even first at 2-2, but it was all Bulldogs the rest of the way as Brett Niland, Will Scott and Quinn Kerr put the game away with goals. Patrick Madden and Ben Young had the goals for the Cards.
A fifth straight win has the Bulldogs at 9-3-1, while BG drops to 9-5.
Con Val-Conant 3 (OT)
Cole Giersch broke the tie with the overtime game-winning goal. The Warriors move to 10-4.
Salem got hat-tricks from Joseph Bodenrader and Ryan Pappalardo to dominate this one.
The Devils are now 10-1-3, while North-Souhegan drops to 5-8-2.