High School Highlights
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Jan. 25: Milford 54,
The Spartans picked up their second win of the season, with Wayne O’Brien (13 points) and Jared Asselin (nine) leading the way. Evan Perron added eight points and Ben Smith had six for the Spartans (2-7).
Jan. 29: Windham 54, Milford 40
Only down six points at the half, the Spartans battled back and made a few runs, but fell short. Harrison Urda led all Milford players with eight points.
Jan. 25: Milford 49,
Dina Pitsas led all Spartans with 19 points, as Milford improved its record to 7-3 with the win over Pelham. Jessica Ryan and Brittney White each added six points for Milford.
Jan. 23: Milford 58,
Milford got wins from Jacob Girouard (106 pounds), Dominic Nguyen (113), Mike Pellitteri (120), Rueben Carson (126), Devin Dolliver (132), Mitch Rota (138), Joe Pellitteri (152), Connor Bourne (160), Joe Albina (182) and Steve Dumais (285)
Jan. 26: Busy
day for Spartans
The Spartans dealt with a split squad on Saturday, sending seven wrestlers to the Winnacunnet Tournament, while also competing at home taking on Manchester Memorial, Newport and Kearsarge. At Winnacunnet, Joe Albina (182) took first-place honors, while Steve Dumais took runner up in the heavyweight division. The Spartans also got three third-place finishes, one from Connor Bourne (160), one from Scott Dannewitz (170), and one from Devin Dolliver (132). Back at Milford, James Inserra had a great day on the mat for the Spartans, with two pins, as Milford defeated Newport (46-30), Memorial (44-43) and Kearsarge (24-18).
Jan. 27: Milford runs well
The Spartans ran at a qualifying meet at UNH Sunday morning.
For the girls, Jessica Krafft was second in the 55-meter dash and Aimee Krafft came in fifth in the 1,500. Milford finished first in the 4x800 relay and also came in second in the 4x160 relay and the 4x400 relay.
The Milford boys finished third in the 4x400 relay and sixth in the 4x800 relay.
Jan. 29: Souhegan 84,
Brandon Len lit up the Goffstown gym for 37 points as the Sabers improved to 5-3. Tanner Kent’s defense in second half also was a key, while Jake Kennedy added 12 points and Zach Simmonds 11.
Jan. 25: Souhegan 47,
John Stark 32
Bailey Gendron scored 11 points while Hannah Kenney added 10 points and 10 rebounds as the Sabers improved to 4-5 in Division II. Souhegan led 32-27 heading into the final quarter and pulled away. Hannah Chick also had eight points for the Sabers and Mickenzie Larivee had seven.
Jan. 26: St. Thomas-Dover 7, Souhegan 0
Sarah LaFleur made 35 saves and Courtney Hopp had a strong game for Sabers, but it wasn’t enough as Souhegan fell to 1-8 on the year.
Jan. 27: Sabers
The Souhegan track teams ran in a qualifying race at UNH Sunday morning.
Ben DeForest led the boys, winning the 55 hurdles (7.8) and the high jump (5-10), and he also finished sixth in the 55. Eli Moskowitz won the 1,500 (4:08.6), while Patrick Lynch was fifth and Ryan Hinrichs was sixth in the same event.
Jacob Kittredge, Nathan Kittredge, Sam Ballard and Tanner Kent finished second-fifth, respectively, in the 1,000 while Ben Platt came in third and Ryan Lynch was sixth in the 600. Souhegan also won the 4x400 relay and finished fourth in the 4x160 relay.
For the girls, Amy Lambert came in second in the 600 and Mikayla Hickey took third in the 55 and was sixth in the long jump.
Min-Lu Kelly-Durham finished fifth in the 1,000 and Astri Johnson finished fifth in the 55 hurdles while Sarah Hurd took sixth in the high jump. Souhegan was also second in the 4x800 relay and sixth in the 4x400 relay.
Jan. 25: Concord Christian 48, WLC 46
The Warriors held an 11-point lead at halftime, but let it slip away in the fourth quarter to fall to 1-10. Ethan Howard led the way for the Warriors with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Casey Melrose also added 10 points and eight boards.
Jan. 29: Mascenic 57,
After a tough first half, Wilton battled back to trail to as little as ten points, but could not complete the comeback and fall to 1-11. Casey Melrose (13 points) scored ten in the second half, while points in the second half, while Kyle Pratt (seven points) added six.