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High schools: Bow Nordic teams show depth in Coaches’ Series win

  • Kearsarge's Shayne Cashin moves the puck away from Laconia-Winnisquam's Jordan Audet during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Kearsarge's Shayne Cashin moves the puck away from Laconia-Winnisquam's Jordan Audet during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno knocks into Kearsarge's Kelsie Dalton after they chased the puck down the rink during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno knocks into Kearsarge's Kelsie Dalton after they chased the puck down the rink during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • Kearsarge versus Laconia-Winnesquam hockey at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Kearsarge versus Laconia-Winnesquam hockey at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • The Laconia-Winnesquam team celebrates after scoring a goal during the game against Kearsarge at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    The Laconia-Winnesquam team celebrates after scoring a goal during the game against Kearsarge at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

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  • Laconia-Winnesquam goalie Brayden Harriman looks to see how much time was left in the second period of the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Laconia-Winnesquam goalie Brayden Harriman looks to see how much time was left in the second period of the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • Laconia-Winnesquam's  at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Laconia-Winnesquam's at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • Kearsarge's Ben Newbern and Laconia-Winnesquam's Erick Cheney vie for the puck during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Kearsarge's Ben Newbern and Laconia-Winnesquam's Erick Cheney vie for the puck during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  •  Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno keeps the puck away from Kearsarge's Kelsie Dalton during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno keeps the puck away from Kearsarge's Kelsie Dalton during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • Kearsarge's Steven Ricker gets sprayed by ice as he tries to get the puck away from Laconia-Winnesquam's Josh Shevlin during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Kearsarge's Steven Ricker gets sprayed by ice as he tries to get the puck away from Laconia-Winnesquam's Josh Shevlin during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno falls over Kearsarge's Shayne Cashin during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno falls over Kearsarge's Shayne Cashin during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • Kearsarge versus Laconia-Winnesquam hockey at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Kearsarge versus Laconia-Winnesquam hockey at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno handles the puck during the game at against Kearsarge's Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

    Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno handles the puck during the game at against Kearsarge's Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.

    ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

  • Kearsarge's Shayne Cashin moves the puck away from Laconia-Winnisquam's Jordan Audet during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno knocks into Kearsarge's Kelsie Dalton after they chased the puck down the rink during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • Kearsarge versus Laconia-Winnesquam hockey at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • The Laconia-Winnesquam team celebrates after scoring a goal during the game against Kearsarge at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • Laconia-Winnesquam goalie Brayden Harriman looks to see how much time was left in the second period of the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • Laconia-Winnesquam's  at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • Kearsarge's Ben Newbern and Laconia-Winnesquam's Erick Cheney vie for the puck during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  •  Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno keeps the puck away from Kearsarge's Kelsie Dalton during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • Kearsarge's Steven Ricker gets sprayed by ice as he tries to get the puck away from Laconia-Winnesquam's Josh Shevlin during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno falls over Kearsarge's Shayne Cashin during the game at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • Kearsarge versus Laconia-Winnesquam hockey at Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff
  • Laconia-Winnesquam's Dakota Tyno handles the puck during the game at against Kearsarge's Proctor Academy Ice Arena on Saturday, January 25, 2014.<br/><br/>ARIANA van den AKKER / Monitor staff

Over 700 skiers from public and private schools all over New Hampshire converged on the Sandwich Fairgrounds for the New Hampshire Coaches’ Series skate race, and when all was said and done, it was the Bow Falcons who came away with the overall team title that combined both the boys’ and girls’ team scores. The Division III Falcons, who boast the Granite State’s largest Nordic ski squad at 48 members strong but represent a high school of about 530 students, showed their depth, with both the boys’ and girls’ teams finishing in fifth in their respective division en route to the lowest combined total of 219 points. Concord’s girls’ team won its race to lift the Tide to second place overall with 227 points. White Mountains (238), Holderness (251) and St. Paul’s School (275) rounded out the top five overall scores.

On the girls’ side, Concord’s score (49) narrowly topped Holderness (54). St. Paul’s (85) edged Kingswood (88) for third and Bow (114) rounded out the top five girls’ scores. Hopkinton finished ninth and Kearsarge finished 13th in the 23-team field. For the boys, it was Kennett (63), Hanover (69), White Mountains (77), Gilford (97) and the Falcons (105) in the top five with Proctor (seventh), Concord (ninth), Hopkinton (10th), St. Paul’s (11th) and Kearsarge (20th) rounding out the local team scores.

Bow Coach Chris Naimie said his team, “was pretty enthused” about defeating Division I, II and private school teams.

“These Coaches’ Series meets are meets we look forward to every year. … To do so well is very satisfying,” said Naimie, adding that “what really makes a difference when you look at these overall team scores is how the third and fourth skiers do and those three and four skiers for us helped us contribute to the low score.”

The girls were led by Naomi Kramer (third in a time of 13:16 on the 5K course) and Lilly Naimie (12th) at the top, but strong performances from Hannah Weckstein (55th) and Madison Duffy (56th) gave the Falcons that extra boost that made a difference in the overall team scores. Likewise on the boys’ side, Bow had a strong leader in Mitch Blair (11th in a time of 11:50), but had four other skiers in the top 50 with Aidan Irish (19th), Zach Zbehlik (40th), Andrew Weckstein (44th) and David Merchan (49th) also skiing well.

Concord’s girls’ champion team also showed off its depth, placing all four of its scorers in the top 20 and seven in the top 40. Erin Waters (fifth with a time of 13:26) led the way in front of Kate Andy (11th), Jessica Nelson (19th) and Michaella Conery (20th). Local skiers were well represented in the girls’ race, claiming five of the top six individual spots, including champion Tessa Schrupp of St. Paul’s (also a Gilford resident) in a winning time of 12:56.6, Sarah Nadeau of Hopkinton (second, 13:00), Kramer, Waters and Lucy Hochschartner (sixth, 13:44) of St. Paul’s.

Other skiers scoring for their respective teams were Alie Rusher (24th) and Lindsey Reynolds (63rd) for St. Paul’s; Caroline Sweny (27th), Mary McAuliffe (85th) and Keara Campbell (102nd) for Hopkinton and Margaret Lee (31st), Kaileigh Davis (58th), Madison Cook (87th) and Emily Smith (93rd) for Kearsarge. Proctor’s Emi Morrison (17th) and Belmont’s Talia Sperduto (95th) skied well for non-scoring teams.

The boys’ race also boasted a local individual champion with Jack Schrupp of St. Paul’s (also a Gilford resident) claiming the win in 10:31.3 seconds, 25 seconds ahead of runner-up Drew Houx from Holderness. Concord’s Nate LaTourette finished third in 11:04. Also scoring for the Tide were Josh Pifer (36th), Jamie Nelson (67th) and Caleb Seymour (72nd). Andy Liu and Orion Watson finished 28th and 29th respectively for St. Paul’s.

Other local scorers included Hopkinton’s Owen Kanter (35th), James McCluskey (43rd), Dom Repucci (57th) and Tim Jones (60th); Proctor’s Angus Allen (31st), Hal Ford (38th), Nathan Perkins (42nd) and Sawyer Meegan (71st); Hopkinton’s Owen Kanter (35th), James McCluskey (43rd), Dom Repucci (57th) and Tim Jones (60th); and Kearsarge’s Tim Cunningham (64th), Keatton Hansen (92nd), Grant Croft (124th) and Brandon Butcher (125th). Riley Woods (94th) skied well for non-scoring Belmont.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

CONCORD CHRISTIAN 34, LIN-WOOD 17

The Lady Kingsmen (2-8) took control of the game early and never looked back as they dominated Lin-Wood (0-10) on Friday night.

Kendra Jarvis dominated the boards with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Lily Rivera added five points, while Becca Johnson, Suzanne Kleinberg and Morgan Draus each added four points. Emily Purtell and Kayla Lockwood also played well.

BOYS’ HOCKEY

Concord 2, Bishop Guertin 1, OT

Adam Godbout poke-checked the puck away from a BG player and sped in alone from the blue line, beating the goalie 5-hole at 5:58 of overtime to lift Concord to victory over its longtime rival.

Though both teams are struggling this season, the win gives the Tide (3-6-0) a little separation in the standings from the Cardinals (1-7-1), who are in danger of missing the playoffs.

“There were some scary moments with them trying to win the game,” Concord Coach Dunc Walsh said. “But Ben (Nelson, Concord’s goalie) was really solid. He covered up his rebounds and played pretty good. He played really good, actually.”

Nelson finished with 43 saves as BG outshot Concord, 44-19. But the Tide was opportunistic, playing solid defense and making its own breaks.

After a scoreless first period, Concord broke through on the power play 1:28 into the second, when Godbout slid the puck across to Tim Weinhold, who found Connor Beatty for a top-shelf shot and a 1-0 lead. Guertin tied it midway through the period on a power play of its own.

Somersworth/Coe-Brown 5, Winnacunnet 4

Felix Nyqvist scored a goal in each period and the Bearcats (4-5) scored three third period goals in a win over Winnacunnet (1-6).

With the scored tied at 1-1 heading into the second period, the Warriors took a 2-1 lead with at 14:07. Ryan Cordeiro put in a rebound from a Dakota Hippern shot and Ryan Bailey scored off a pass from Nick Pridham to tie the game, 2-2, with 5:45 remaining. The Warriors quickly regained the lead at 4:58, but Nyqvist responded six seconds later off the faceoff (won by Cordeiro), split the defense and deked the Warriors’ goaltender and beating him on the glove side to go up 4-3 heading into the third. Nyqvist added an insurance goal in the third to go up 5-3.

William Ohrenberger added two assists.

Belmont-Gilford 2, Portsmouth 1

A power-play goal from Christian Karagianis 6:22 into the second period broke a scoreless deadlock and helped carry the Bulldogs to their ninth victory in as many games.

Dylan Treamer, who assisted on the first goal, got one of his own with one second left in the middle frame for insurance. Brogan Hurst, Belmont-Gilford’s defensive workhorse, assisted.

Andrew D’Amour, Caleb Drouin and Jamie Gill were solid on the penalty kill to help Calvin Davis (25 saves) earn the shutout against Portsmouth (4-2-1).

Laconia 7, Kearsarge 3

The scored was tied 1-1 after the first period, but the Wolfpack exploded for four second-period goals to take a 5-2 into the third period and held on for a win over the Cougars (1-4).

Dakota Tyno (two goals, three assists) and Matt Missert (two goals, assist) led Laconia-Winnisquam (2-5). For the Cougars, freshman Jakob Arnold scored the first two goals of his high school career and Ben Newbern added a goal and assist.

GIRLS’ HOCKEY

BISHOP GUERTIN 4, CONCORD 2

The Tide (1-5) had a tough night against an undefeated Bishop Guertin (5-0) team.

Annie Mullen had a goal and an assist, reaching 100 career points in the process, and Kaleigh Otto had the other goal. Aelin Shea assisted on Mullen’s goal, and Amandaline Tibbals made 22 saves.

BERLIN 3, BISHOP BRADY-TRINITY 2

Bishop Brady-Trinity (3-4) came out disappointed in a back-and-forth effort against Berlin (5-2).

Berlin led, 2-0 entering the third. Brady-Trinity responded well, scoring 58 seconds into the third to cut the lead in half. Berlin scored three minutes later to extend the lead but BB-T answered once again, scoring seven minutes later to pull within one. Berlin then buckled down and Brady-Trinity wasn’t able to get another one.

The goal scorers were Arianna Harris and Ann Margaret Disciscio. Assists came from Disciscio and Melissa Houde. Stephanie Snow and Sophia Palangas contributed offensively, while Stephanie Sloane and Athena Sirois played well defensively. Sarah Plourde made 22 saves.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Fall Mountain 52, Kearsarge 39

The Cougars (0-8) only trailed 12-10 after the first quarter and played the Wildcats (5-2) even, 24-24 in the second half, but a poor second quarter made the difference in Kearsarge’s home loss. Fall Mountain’s defense stifled the Cougars’ offense in the second quarter, holding them to five points in the frame, while Kearsarge struggled shooting the ball.

The Cougars were led by Zach Mattos (15 points, eight rebounds) and Trent Noordsij (11 points, five assists). Lucas Courser (five points, three rebounds) played well off the bench and played tough defense.

WRESTLING

Concord 44, Lowell, Mass. 21

Concord 63, Woburn, Mass. 12

Bishop Hendricken (R.I.) 53, Concord 15

Concord came away with a pair of victories against Massachusetts opponents but one loss, despite wrestling a lot of tight matches, to a powerful team from Rhode Island.

Walters Ndi, at 195 pounds, Alex Kamau (132) and Ian Wagner (152) notched three wins apiece and had the lone wins against Hendricken. Ndi and Wagner won all three of their matches by fall, while Kamau had one pin and a pair of decisions, 4-0 against Hendricken and 6-0 against Lowell.

Brandon Simpson (126) picked up a pair of wins by fall, Mark Hoyt (106) and Chris Munnell (138) both won by fall against Woburn and by forfeit against Lowell, and Connor Stadnicki (120) and Dylan Naylor (285) each won a pair of decisions. Stadnicki won 10-5 against Lowell and 5-4 in overtime against Woburn, and Naylor won 10-6 against Lowell and 5-4 against Woburn.

Other Tide winners against Lowell were Mitch Comeau (8-6 at 160) and Tyshawn Roberts (fall at 220). Other winners against Woburn were Nate Engel (fall at 113), Dan Lawrence (5-2 at 145), Josh Ames (fall at 160) and George Tarwo (fall at 170).

“We did well,” Concord Coach Ham Munnell said. “We knew Bishop Hendricken would be real tough, but it was nice to beat Lowell. We haven’t beaten them in a long time.”

Milford 48, Bow 18

Nashua North 45, Bow 12

Wrestling against higher division opponents, Bow had some strong outings from several wrestlers.

Peter LaRiviere won both of his matches by fall at 138 pounds, notching his 130th career victory, the second most in school history.

Tony Roberts also had a pair of victories, winning by fall at 195 against Milford, then wrestling up a weight class to win by decision at 220 against North.

Brendan Mooney (126) and Eric Scott (152) both picked up decisions against Milford, and Billy Targett (145) won by decision against North.

Manchester West 48, Franklin 12

Bishop Guertin 30, Franklin 6

Joshua Cross pinned his Bishop Guertin opponent at 220 pounds for Franklin’s lone win on the mats.

Frank Cummings (160) and Alex Hildreth (195) both picked up forfeit victories against West.

john stark 39, Pelham 36

Windham 61, John Stark 9

The Generals had an up-and-down afternoon, beating Pelham, 39-36, but also falling to Windham, 61-9.

Nick Widmann (two pins) and Andy Hewey (one pin, one decision) won both of their matches. Kellen Brien, Isaiah Prevo, Zach Feudner, Terry Zervos and Deric Faris each won one out of two matches.

BOYS’ SWIMMING

CONCORD 5-0; BRADY 2-3; KEARSARGE 1-4

Logan Lamb won both the 100- and 200 yard-freestyle to help the Tide sweep. Max Cross (first 100 back, second 100 free) and Kevin Hayes (first 100 fly, second 50 free) also had high finishes. The Tide came away with dual-meet victories over Bishop Brady, Hollis-Brookline, Kearsarge, Lebanon and Stevens.

Other top finishers for the Tide were Stephen Moran (second 100 fly, third 200 IM), Chris McDermott (third 100 breast), Denys Bowen (fifth 50 free), Ryan Quinn (fifth 100 back), Rowan Ferrier (fifth 100 breast) and Elden Gray (sixth 50 free).

The relay team of Lamb, Cross, Hayes and Bowen (first 200 free relay, third 200 medley relay) also propelled the Tide. The other relay teams of Quinn, McDermott, Moran and Gray (fourth 200 medley relay, fourth 200 free relay) as well as Ferrier, Ryan Donnelly, Aaron Freed and Sean Keim-Johnston (sixth 200 free relay) also helped Concord.

Brady had dual-meet wins against Kearsarge and Stevens, but fell to Hollis, Lebanon and Concord. The Giants were led by Alex Thompson (second 200 free), Elliot Chiang (fifth 100 breast) and Jacob Faretra (sixth 100 free).

Jacob Smith, Curtis Lashon, Hunter Blake and Reggie Zhang (second 400 free relay) led the Giants in the relays. The teams of Thompson, Faretra, Simon Willard and Matt Fogarty (fifth 200 medley relay), as well as Thompson, Faretra, Fogarty and Elliot Chiang (fifth 200 free relay), also helped Brady.

Kearsarge’s lone win came against Stevens and its lone highlight came from Kyle Slogic (fifth 100 fly).

GIRLS’ SWIMMING

CONCORD 4-1; BRADY 1-4; KEARSARGE 0-5

Alaina Pribis won both the 200-yard freestyle (2:02.06) and the 100 free (57.97) and took part in two high-placing relay events. Concord came away with dual-meet wins against Hollis-Brookline, Kearsarge, Stevens and Bishop Brady. The Tide’s lone loss came to Lebanon.

Kaelin Wilette placed second in the 50 free and finished third in the 100 free. Other high finishers for the Tide were Mackenzie Witham (third 50 free, fourth 100 free), Simone Klemann (second 50 free, fifth 100 breast), Delia Barry (fourth 100 breast, sixth 50 free), Kathryn Hochberg (third 100 back), Amy Williams (fourth 100 back) and Holly Grace (sixth 100 back).

Brady, whose lone win came against Kearsarge, had solid performances from Shay Boisvert (second 100 fly), Aly Senko (fifth 200 IM) and the relay team of Boisvert, Senko, Amelia Toole and Bryana Rochenski (first 400 free relay, sixth 200 free relay).

Kearsarge had a rough time, with the only bright spots coming from Kasey Lipscomb (third 100 fly) and Cara Bartlett (sixth 500 free).

BOYS’ INDOOR TRACK

UNH Morning Meet

With one week to go before the indoor track state championships, local teams sent athletes to a meet at UNH in hopes of qualifying some more competitions and improving seeds for next weekend’s championships.

Merrimack Valley had two victorious relay teams: the 4x400 in a time of 3:45.7 and the 4x800 in 8:44.7. The group of Brendan Polichronopoulos (third 600), Keegan Hanks (second 1,000), Carter Saltmarsh and Walker John (fifth 1,500) comprised both winning relays. Hanks, Polichronopoulos, Devon McGrath (third 55) and Josiah Platte (second shot put) were on the second-place 4x160 relay. Trevor Parsons and freshman Brandon Wood finishing third and sixth in the 55 hurdles.

Reed Bell of Kearsarge finished second in the 300 with a time of 38.5, 1.1 seconds off the winner’s pace. Shane Corley (third 1,500) also ran well for the Cougars. Jared Nelson, Zach Richards, Jake Scarponi, Alex Prevatt made up Coe-Brown’s sixth-place 4x800 relay and Franklin’s Dillion Sylvester was sixth in the high jump.

No team scores were kept.

UNH Afternoon Meet

Belmont’s Joe Boles won the 1,500 in a school-record time of 4:18 flat and Bruce Zimmer also set a school record with a third-place toss of 44-9 in the shot put to improve their seedings for next weekend’s indoor track championships. Kyle Patten was ninth in the 55 dash, just missing qualification for the finals.

For Pembroke, Drew Harrison (second 600) and the 4x400 of Harrison, Ryan Jacques, Kam Anderson and John Sanborn (sixth 1,000) ran well. Bishop Brady’s Warren Bartlett was second in the 1,000 with a time of 2:42.4 .3 seconds off winning time.

No team scores were kept.

GIRLS’ INDOOR TRACK

UNH Morning Meet

Local athletes did well at a qualifying meet at UNH, winning nine of 13 events. No team scores were kept.

Coe-Brown’s winners included Jelesa Nelson in the 55 dash (7.4 seconds), Brooke Laskowsky in the 600 (1:44.3), Alley Savioli in the shot put (36-1¾) and the 4x400 relay of Elisabeth Danis, Parker, Mary Fowler (fifth 600) and Laskowsky with a time of 4:16.3.

The banner event for the Bears was the 1,000 with Coe-Brown claiming the top five spots. Parker won in 3:07.3 following by Danis, Katie Scannell, Meg Scannell and Alli Pratt.

Merrimack Valley’s Nancy Taban won two events, the 300 in 44.9 seconds and the 55 hurdles in 8.6 seconds. Taban also finished third in 55. Freshman Kristie Schoffield won the 1,500 in a time of 4:58.4. Mary Mullen finished third in the shot put.

UNH Afternoon Meet

Hillsboro-Deering and Pembroke sent some athletes to a qualifying meet, for one last chance to qualify for next weekend’s state championships. Breahna Savoy was third in the 600 for H-D. Pembroke’s 4x160 relay made up of Emma Foss, Brianna Douglas, Katherine Arvanitis and Emma Gagnon finished fourth.

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