Santos, Jodoin deliver for TF Moran in hard-fought win

Boys Grades 3-4

TF Moran 16,

LAER Beauchemin Realty 12

At one point late in the second half, LBR tied the score at 12-12, erasing a 10-point halftime hole. However, TF Moran pulled away down the stretch to win. Camden Santos was huge off the backboards and played solid defense for LBR, while teammate Jackson Jodoin scored and hurt TF Moran by forcing turnovers. Pierce Connolly, Drew Benjamin, Owen Sprague, Myles Lamb and Jack Bergeron led a balanced attack for the winners.

RJG Builders 16,

Amoskeag Urgent Dental 14

Ian Barad played lock-down defense – leading RJG in a battle for first place in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Aaryan Narong and Will Frongillo of Amoskeag broke down the Builders for six points apiece with Paul Gaudreau contributing a bucket as well. Denys Savenko (2), Daniel Lewis (6), and Sam Barad (8) led the offensive charge for RJG.

NH Eye Associates 26,

Learning Adventures 10

It was a true team effort for the winners as Brendan Ahn and Samarth Bhat kept the ball moving down court, with  Peter Alexakos and CJ Koustas dropping multiple baskets, and Anthony Correnti and James McGhee cleaning up the rebounds. Ishan Jain and Japmeet Singh made the baskets for Learning Adventures, with Graham Chmielecki and Adan Damania fighting hard for rebounds in the paint. Brayden Calkins blazed up and down the floor, especially on the defensive end, while Gavin McConnell and Archie Jackson added strong defense in the halfcourt.

Boys Grades 5-6

Bay Street Family Dental 23,

Medical Eye Center 15

Nathaniel Kaneland, Lukas Bender and Connor Kelly were high scorers for Bay Street while David Casado, Alex St Hilaire and William Neikam anchored a tough


Hannaford’s 33,

Dovetail Dental Associates 19

For Hannaford, Marcco Austin led in rebounds. Matthew Potter led Dovetail Dental with six points on a pair of 3-pointers.

Mavericks 21,

Advance Injury Treatment Center 16

Carter Crowley led all scorers with nine while Connor Winslow was essential on the defensive end with countless steals and forced turnovers.

Sam Surgento played tough inside against a relentless AITC frontline. AITC’s strong inside game was led by John Kelly with eight points.

Kevin Mastrodicasa ran the offense well from the point while chipping in four points.

Boys Grades 7-8

LAER Beauchemin Real Estate 45, Bedford FOR 28

Drake Sutton controlled the paint on defense and had 22 points in the win. For BFOR, Aysen Chancey led with 10.

Girls Grades 3-4

Bedford FOR 4, Carlsen Systems 4

Sharu Kota and Emerson LaRochelle scored for BFOR, while Nikkita Kamineni and Aruna Ghanta contributed key screens to free up shooters. The whole team played fantastic defense, holding Carlsen’s shooters in check.

Medical Eye Center 7,

Carlsen Systems 2

Amelia Kaneland led the scoring for the winners. For Medical Eye Center, Amelia Kaneland, Maeve Flanagan, Kendall Abernathy, Charlotte Hershey, Sophie Basbas, Kaelyn Bagenstose, Jenny Saltzman and Joelle Croft all contributed on defense.

Girls Grades 5-6

NH Eye Associates 18, Dental Arts 8

NH Eye notched its second win of the season in a complete team effort. Sarah Ray was the top scorer while Mia Lachance, Anna “Big Bear” Ray and Jackie Fanberg also added buckets. Emma Roberts, Grace “Little Bear” Dube and Sophia Correnti did a great job running the point. Lucy Roberts was a force on defense.

Mountain View Provisions 18,

RTC Construction 10

MVP won its second game of the year with Emma Albis swarming on defense and piling up a dozen steals. Emmy Neal scored 10 for the winners. Leah Burke and Kelsey Leshner had immense floor games for the winners.