Merrimack High School Highlights
Friday, January 11, 2013
Jan. 4: Nashua South 51, Merrimack 45
Jack Preston led all scorers with 20 points to keep the Panthers’ undefeated season intact Friday night.
The Tomahawks were led by Eric Gendron’s 18 points, including three 3-pointers, while Austin Franzen and Shane Bourque added seven points apiece.
Jan. 4: Merrimack 44, Nashua South 37
Nashua South managed to cut a 10-point halftime deficit to two points in the third quarter, but that is as close as it would get. Jocelyn Chaput led the Panthers in scoring with 12 points, while Kate Cole and Kelly Watkinson both had nine points for the Tomahawks.
Jan. 5: ’Hawks
come up empty
TEAM SCORES: Pinkerton 4, Stevens 2, Goffstown 1, Merrimack 0. TOP LOCAL PERFORMERS: Tim Morin (367); Zack Amodio (352); Justin Conway (352); Max Halpin (323) Shawn Crement (319).
Jan. 5: Merrimack in top four at John Stark Duals
LOCAL WINNERS: 1st Place: Zack Pickard (220); 2nd Place: Kustis Beeten (106), Connor Vance (132), Joe Rodriguez (182), Corey Little (285); 3rd Place: Kyle Heidbreder (170), Lucas Gardenous (195); 4th Place: Mitchell McMahon (138). OTHER HIGHLIGHTS: Bedford places first at meet.
Jan. 5: Merrimack 8,
Connor Powell had three goals and three assists as Merrimack improved to 6-0 in Division II. Shane Foye and Mark Feeney had two goals each and Josh Roy had a goal and an assist. Dom Valuzzi had three helpers while Tyler Brewster and Ryan Downie each had one. Brett Glendye made 21 saves.
Jan. 5: ’Hawks
The Merrimack girls track team recorded 61 points to finish second behind Bishop Guertin (71) at a six-team meet at UNH.
Julia Perry was third in the 55 and fourth in the 300 to lead the ’Hawks, while Callie Dwyer finished third in the 1,000 while Erica Lane also came in fifth. Sarah House took second in the 3,000 and Alexandra Pickett was fifth in the same event.
Abby Smith was fifth in the high jump and sixth in the long jump, while Kellie Mathewson (third), Sierra Erickson (fourth) and Morgan Chantler (fifth) also placed in the long jump. Sonja Caesar and Ashley Grassini finished second and third, respectively, in the shot put. The Merrimack girls also win the 4x160 relay and finished third in the 4x400
The Merrimack boys came in fourth with 37 points, getting a first-place from Nick Masella in the 55 and a first-place from Adam Floyd in the 300. Floyd also finished fourth in the 55 and Masella was also second in the 55 hurdles.
Ryan Sexton took third in the 600 and Josh Ware was third in the 1,500. Connor Lane took sixth in the 1,500.
Jeff Guichard came in fourth in the high jump and was fifth in the long jump, while Benjamin Parent was fifth in the high jump.