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Cards girls hoop, hockey teams post impressive wins

Telegraph file photo by TOM KING Erin Carney pumped in 26 points to lead Bishop Guertin past Windham on Monday night.

Monday was a good night for two Bishop Guertin teams but not for any of the other few area teams in action on the holiday. Here’s a look:

GIRLS BASKETBALL

BISHOP GUERTIN 75,

WINDHAM 31

The Cards celebrated their annual Senior Night by improving to 15-0 in Division I, paced by three seniors: Erin Carney (26 points) Hannah Muchemore (13) and Bri Wilcox (10). They scored 49 of their points in the first half as the Jaguars fell to 5-10.

Guertin will travel to Franklin, Mass.to face the unbeaten Franilin Panthers on Thursday at 4 p.m.

BOW 62,

SOUHEGAN 28

Halle VanBallegooyen and Hunter Stonebreaker had six points each for the Sabers while Katie Canavan and Devon McGrath added five each

The visiting Sabers fell to 4-10 and will host Sanborn on Wednesday.

Bow improved to 10-6.

BOYS BASKETBALL

DERRYFIELD 64,

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 55

Jack Schwabb had 23 points and Sean Brennan added 19 but it was not enough as the Warriors fell to 5-11.

WLC hosts Nute tonight at 5:30.

BOYS HOCKEY

TRINITY 5,

NASHUA SOUTH-PELHAM 2

The Kings were handed a whopping 12 penalties and fell to 5-11, severely damaging their postseason hopes.

They got goals by Jake Guerriero and Chris Skelley, with assists by Brandon Rheaume and Johnny Pinksten. Kings goalie Nate Serrentino had an incredible 57 saves.

South-Pelham trailed 2-1 after two, but the Pioneers scored three times in the third to put the game away and improve to 11-2-1. A.J. True had two goals and an assist for Trinity.

South-Pelham takes on rival North-Souhegan on Wednesday at 6:10 p.m. at Conway Arena.

GIRLS HOCKEY

BISHOP GUERTIN 6,

LEBANON-STEVENS-KEARSARGE 0

The Cardinals improved to 7-7 with two goals each from Lindsay Hult and Julie McLaughlin at Skate 3.

Annalise Reed and Jill Scanlon had a goal apiece while Sarah King was dominant in goal to earn the shuout.

The Cards are at Pinkerton on Wednesday.

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