High schools: Pembroke Academy girls’ hoop downs Oyster River

Monitor staff
Published: 1/14/2020 10:36:43 PM
Modified: 1/14/2020 10:35:54 PM

The Pembroke Academy girls’ basketball team crashed the offensive glass, came up with 22 steals and used all those extra possessions to come away with a 46-33 win against Oyster River on Tuesday night at home. The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Spartans (3-4).

“After a slow start in the first quarter, we adjusted and started to play Spartan basketball,” PA coach Caitlin Powers said. “The girls came out with more intensity in the second half, which helped get us back in the win column against a very hard-working Oyster River team.”

Sophomore Makenzie Zanis finished with a team-high 10 points and five steals and played with a great intensity. Jade Jade Pescinski had eights points and three steals and played some tough defense for PA, while Lindsay St. Jacques led the offensive rebounding effort with six, and finsihed with 10 rebounds total to go along with eight points.

Carissa Miller had 16 points for Oyster River (0-7) and Marlee Yoder finished with nine points.

Girls’ Basketball

Goffstown 61, Concord 32

Key players: Concord – Rose Layton (12 points); Goffstown – Kelly Walsh (32 points)

Highlights: Concord struggled to score early on, but did a nice job defensively making things difficult for Walsh who is averaging close to 30 points per game. The Crimson Tide was down just nine at halftime, but the team came out flat in the third quarter and Goffstown pulled away.

Coach’s quote: “We just did not come ready to play tonight. I want to thank all the teachers that came out to support us in our Teacher Appreciation Night. On to Windham on Friday at home.” – Concord’s Tim LaTorra

Records: Goffstown 5-2; Concord 4-2

Lebanon 60, John Stark 20

Key players: John Stark – Chelsea Woodsum (8 points); Lebanon – Becky Wright (21 points)

Highlights: Lebanon controlled and dominated the game for a full 32 minutes.

Coach’s quote: “Tonight we played a very good team that played great and we played awful. That’s not a good combination and the scored showed that. Hopefully, we learn from this and I can do a better job getting them prepared.” – John Stark’s Bruce Johnson

Records: Lebanon 4-2; John Stark 6-1

Boys’ Basketball

Bow 62, Merrimack Valley 36

Key players: Bow – Matt Lamy (20 points), Shaun Lover (15 points), Nick Kiah (8 points) Merrimack Valley – Caleb Heath (12 points)

Highlights: Lover made five three pointers, including three in the second quarter to give the Falcons a 28-19 lead going into halftime. Bow maintained that momentum in the second half on the other end of the floor.

Coach’s quote: “I thought we had an excellent defensive game, especially in the second half, which led to a lot of transition points.” – Bow’s Frank Moreno

Records: Bow 4-1; Merrimack Valley 2-3

Kennett 59, Brady 46

Key players: Kennett – Will Arriagua (20 points); Bishop Brady – Tommy Fraser (13 points), Ismael Rivera (10 points), Gabe Amnott (10 points)

Records: Kennett 3-1; Brady 0-5

Hopkinton 65, Mascoma 48

Key players: Hopkinton – Kevin Newton-Delgado (24 points), Shepyrd Murdough (11 points), Luke Reidy (8 points), Michael Baer (7 points); Mascoma – Ben Seiler (31 points)

Highlights: It was a high-flying and high=-scoring first quarter in Hopkinton, with the Hawks taking a 19-17 lead after the first quarter. Hopkinton tightned up on defense after that, holding Mascoma to eight points in the second quarter and taking control of the game.

Coach's quote: “The team did a nice job on the defensive end understanding their role and taking away opportunities for Mascoma. We are starting to come together as a team on offense and look forward to the rest of the season and how we progress.” – Hopkinton’s Stephen Signor

Records: Hopkinton 6-1; Mascoma 3-3

Girls’ Hockey

Bishop Brady-Trinity-West 3, Lebanon-Stevens-Kearsarge 3

Key players: Bishop Brady-Trinity-West – Emily Senko (33 saves), Chevy Irizari (2 goals), Bella Payne (goal), Courtney Ingham (assist), Kate Shoemaker (assist)

Highlights: BBTW was down 2-0 but found a way to come back and earn the tie.

Coach’s quote: “It was a very physical game. We played with tremendous grit and determination. I am extremely proud of our effort.” –BBTW’s Dan Earley

Records: Bishop Brady-Trinity-West 4-2-1; Lebanon-Stevens-Kearsarge 3-2-2




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