High schools: Thursday and Friday’s results

Published: 02-24-2024 9:20 AM

Boys’ Nordic Skiing

Capital Area Championship

Key players: Hopkinton – Matt Clarner (1st, 13:49.5), Andrew Clarner (9th), Anthony Cauley (10th); Bow – Eli Wilkening (2nd, 14:56.5), Aiden Ciminesi (8th); Concord – Dean Ayotte (3rd), William Corbett (6th), Sebastian Christie (7th)

Highlights:  Clarner topped the field of 45 skiers at the Capital Area Championship held at Proctor Academy on Thursday.

Girls’ Nordic Skiing

Capital Area Championships

Key players: Hopkinton – Elizabeth Trafton (1st, 16:31.6), Florence Dapice (5th), Evelyn Hopper (6th), Amelia Walsh (7th); Concord – Chloe Gudas (2nd, 16:47.3), Frances Lesser (4th), Mahalie Burdette (8th), Bella Komorek (9th); Bow – Ashe McKeen (22nd), Molly McCarthy (24th), Makaylie Laws (25th)

Highlights:  Trafton led 36 skiers across the line at Proctor Academy on Thursday at the Capital Area Championships.

Boys’ Basketball

Coe-Brown 72, Milford 46

Key players: Coe-Brown – Quinn Salter (33 points, 17 rebounds), Jack Matson (17 points, 16 rebounds), Connor Bagnell (9 points, 5 assists), Ryan Kouchoukos (9 points, 7 assists, 7 rebounds)

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Highlights:  The Bears ended the regular season with a commanding victory on the road to lock up the No. 4 seed for the upcoming Division II postseason tournament.

Coach’s quote:  “A total team effort.” – Coe-Brown’s David Smith

Records: Coe-Brown 14-4; Milford 5-13