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A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Monday, November 24, 2014

Youth basketball The Bow 5/6 A boys’ basketball team (pictured) rolled to a 53-30 victory over Bedford in the Bedford Basketball Tournament Championship game, led by Cooper Larrabee’s 14 points and Shaun Lover’s prolific rebounding. Also leading the team offensively were Lover (six points), Myles Rheinhardt (six) and four others with four points each. Andrew Driscoll led the team in assists and Nick McGovern was strong on the glass. Bow went 5-0 in the tournament to claim the title. Members of the team are: (back row, l-r) Austin Brummett, Nick McGovern, Shaun Lover, Matthew Lamy; (front row, l-r) Cooper Larrabee, Evan Provost, Alex Boisvert, Andrew …

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Sunday, November 23, 2014

College standouts Concord’s Joe Graffy made eight saves as the Brandeis men’s soccer team defeated Amherst, 1-0 (6-5 on PKs) to advance to the Division III Tournament quarterfinals. It was Graffy’s 15th shutout of the season. ∎ Tiffany Lewis of Hillsboro had 11 rebounds to help the Plymouth State women’s basketball team to a 62-56 victory over Lyndon State. ∎ Bow’s Richard Jenkins was part …

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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Youth hockey The Henniker Huskies Squirt 1 Gap Mountain Drilling team tied the Rochester Blackhawks, 3-3. Nick Osborne, Ben Mordarski and Owen Jones had the goals. Assists came from Modarski and Levi Jones. Evelyn Irizarry, Dillon O’Sullivan and Kiernan King also played well in front of goalie Aidan Miller. ∎ The Henniker Huskies Squirt 2 team lost to Keene Squirt 2, 7-0. Despite strong …

Final pound-for-pound fall high school rankings

Friday, November 21, 2014

POUND-FOR-POUND HIGH SCHOOL RANKINGS Team 1. COE-BROWN GIRLS X-C (1) First in Division II, first at the Meet of Champions, second in New England and No. 1 here. 2. BOW GOLF (3) The three-time Division III champs haven’t …

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Friday, November 21, 2014

Tilton School result The Tilton School boys’ basketball team (3-0) defeated Spire Institute, 97-57. Six Rams scored in double figures – Franklin Porter (20 points), Brett Hanson (16), Connor O’Neill (16), Terance Mann (14), Anthony Green (10) and Sarju Patel (10). Mann and Hanson paced the team with …

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Middle school result The Rundlett Middle School girls’ basketball A team fell to Hudson. Marissa Payne (nine points) and Ananya Nadeau (five points) led the offense. Carly Torrence, Helen Massah and Shrey Dua played well defensively. St. Paul’s result The St. Paul’s School girls’ varsity hockey team opened …

High school soccer All-State teams

Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Twin State Lions Cup soccer games will have a distinctly local feel next summer, with eight girls and four boys from the area competing for New Hampshire when it takes on its counterparts from Vermont. Pembroke’s Kristin Kezar and Molly Hamilton, Bow’s Lilly Naimie and Lauren Scarpetti, …

After 100 years, Canterbury/Boscawen bridge knocked down, removed

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Removing the old Boscawen/Canterbury bridge required town officials to do what the bridge had done for more than 100 years: meet in the middle. Contractors collapsed the bridge into the Merrimack River and removed the second section yesterday. …

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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Youth hockey The New Hampshire Distributors, Inc. Concord Capitals peewee 2 team lost to Winchester, Mass., 6-3. Alex Pfiefer (two goals) and Knox Brown scored for Concord, with an assist coming from Cabot Lineberry. Adam Omundson played strong in goal. ∎ The Concord Mites travel team defeated the Laconia …

100-year-old slate roof replaced at Boscawen 1913 Library

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

The 100-year-old slate roof at the Boscawen 1913 Library is being replaced. Supporters of the brick building, named to the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance’s “Seven to Save” last year, have planned for a new roof for years. The two-week project includes replacing broken tiles and repairing adjoining woodwork. …

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Youth hockey The Angelina’s Ristaurante CYHA Peewee 1 team beat Stoneham, 4-1. Brett Patnode was involved in all four goals, recording two goals and two assists. Ronan Walsh scored the other two goals. Goalie Alex Reynolds was strong in net, with defensemen Colin O’Brien, CJ Smethurst, Ben Daniels …

Decades-old Henniker molestation case headed to trial next month

Monday, November 17, 2014

A former Henniker man accused of molesting a child in the late 1980s has asked a judge to prevent images from entering his trial next month that purportedly show recent texts from him to the alleged victim. George Sartorelli’s attorney argued last week that prosecutors have provided snippets …

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Monday, November 17, 2014

Youth basketball The Bow grade 3/4 girls’ basketball team defeated Bedford, 25-12, at the Bedford Basketball Jamboree. Lyndsey and Isabella LaPerle combined for 16 points, while Alexandra Larrabee (four points) and Ellie Pingree led the team in rebounds. Megan Landcastle had several assists while Kendall Murray played tough …