Souhegan boys glide past West

Boys Basketball

Souhegan 70,

Manchester West 58

The Sabers (2-3) had all five scorers in double figures, led by Andersen Geffrard with 16 points and Matt McCool with 15. Max Leonard (13) and Ryan Hickey and Jordan Lau Quan (10 each) rounded it out as Souhegan, which visits Hanover on Friday.

Merrimack Valley 65,

Souhegan 53

Andersen Geffard had 25 points, but the Sabers stills dropped to 1-3 on the Division II season, facing an unbeaten (4-0) MV team.

Saber Ryan Hickey had 10 points while Matt McCool added six. Souhegan found itself down 34-14 at halftime and never recovered.

Pelham 57,Milford 51

The Spartans (4-2) end their three game win streak after a close loss to Pelham. Milford was up by ten at halftime, but after the break Pelham was able to open it up especially in the fourth quarter.

Max Fortin had an excellent night with 18 points and nine rebounds and Gavin Urda put in 10 points of his own. Milford plays Windham on Friday.

Girls Basketball

Pelham 67, Milford 28

Sarah Dobbs and Breanna Degroot helped the Spartans (1-6) with eight points each, but they were overpowered by the Pythons. Milford heads to Windham on Friday.

Boys Hockey

Goffstown 10, Nashua North-Souhegan 8

Trailing 9-5 after two periods, the Saber-Titans made it a game but just fell short at Conway Arena to fall to 0-5 in Divison I (1-6-1 overall). Dean Paquette had two goals and an assist while John Natale had pair of goals. Also scoring for the hosts were Matty Eskenas, Cade Facey, Jared Egersheim and Isabelle Gates. Goffstown’s Griffin Cook had two goals and three assists.

Girls Hockey

Souhegan 11, Manchester Central 0

Shannon Paquette and Julia Charest each had two goals as the Sabers improved to 3-1. Single tallies were by Maggie Dix, Julia Pinkham, Clare Woodford, Izzy Blume, Callie McBride, and Abby Hawkes. Makayla Lachance and Elle Byram shared the shutout in goal.



The Spartan boys team came in first with a score of 55-23. Matt Hannon (200 IM and 100 free), Jack Carson (50 free), and Cam Mitchell (100 breast and 200 free) won their individual races. The girls team finished in second place to Salem with a score of 108-53. Winning races were Alice Danas (500 freestyle and 200 IM), Elaine Danas (100 fly and 50 free), and Allie DeGraffenreid had strong finishes in her events as well. Alice Danas qualified for states in both her events and Elaine Danas qualified for states in the 50 free.


The boys team finished in third with eight points, behind Milford and Salem. The girls team placed third with four points. Wilton-Lyndeborough’s two swimmers Samuel Baily and Maddy Smith combined for 12 points.