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February 8, 2014

Hometown Scoreboard

Boys Basketball

Merrimack 60, Pinkerton 41

Pinkerton (41): Dietzel 3-0-6, Dolan 1-0-2, Green 1-0-3, De. Faulks 1-0-2, Rizzo 2-0-5, Godin 3-0-6, Morris 3-0-8, Da. Faulks 4-1-9, Courter 0-0-0, Burke 0-0-0, Olson 0-0-0, Romick 0-0-0. Totals 18-1-41

3-pointers: Morris 2, Green, Rizzo

Pinkerton (6-5):  6 13  5 17 — 41

Merrimack (10-1): 18 17 11 14 — 60

Bedford 49, Salem 43

Salem (43): Felix 4-4-13, Grubbs 0-0-0, Frias 0-0-0, Barrett 1-0-2, Dodier 4-3-12, Calabrese 0-1-1, Gott 2-2-8, Vartanian 3-1-7. Totals 14-11-43

3-pointers: Gott 2, Felix, Dodier

Bedford (3-9): 14  6 11 18 — 49

Salem (3-7): 12 17  9  5 — 43

North Reading 55, Pentucket 52

North Reading (55): Hogan 9-2-22, Dorosh 2-5-9, Maiola 3-0-7, Mitchell 2-3-7, Fitzgerald 5-0-10, Hill 0-0-0, O’Connell 0-0-0, McCarthy 0-0-0, Goldstein 0-0-0, Lewis 0-0-0. Totals 21-10-55

Pentucket (52): P. Beaton 0-2-2, R. Beaton 1-2-4, Kuchar 1-2-4, Porter 1-2-4, Aiduk 1-2-4, W. Sullivan 3-0-6, Bordeianu 1-4-6, Chory 5-2-14, Freiermuth 3-1-8, C. Beaton 0-0-0, B. Sullivan 0-0-0. Totals 16-17-52

3-pointers: NR — Hogan 2, Maiola; P — Chory 2, Freiermuth

North Reading (9-8): 15 10  8 22 — 55

Pentucket (7-10):  8 15 10 19 — 52

St. Thomas 58, Windham 55

Windham (55): Masone 4-0-11, Potter 1-0-2, Carbonello 1-2-5, Frake 1-1-3, Lowman 6-0-12, Lippold 6-8-21, Gill 0-1-1, Totals 19-12-55

3-pointers: Masone 3, Carbonello, Lippold

Windham (7-5): 15  5 11 24 — 55

St. Thomas (6-5):  9 13 15 21 — 58

Bradford Academy 38, Boston International 34

Bradford Christian (38): Rodriguez 2-1-7, Rogers 4-1-9, Lynch 0-1-1, Mishin 2-1-5, Villifane 3-1-7, Smith 1-3-5, Burgett 1-0-2, Dokopolous 0-2-2, Roberts.

3-pointers: Rodriguez 2

Boston International: 10  7 14  3 — 34

Bradford Academy (8-6): 10 10  8 10 — 38

Alvirne 79, Timberlane 48

Timberlane (48): Efraimson 1-0-2, Ripley 1-0-2, Donnelly 3-0-7, Johnston 2-0-4, Sickel 1-1-4, Hughes 2-2-6, Lynch 0-4-4, Nelson 3-0-7, Foucher 1-0-2, Manthorn 0-0-0, Nemr 2-0-4, Dolan 2-0-4, Murphy 1-0-2. Totals 19-7-48

3-pointers: Donnelly, Sickel, Nelson

Timberlane (0-14): 13  9 11 15 — 48

Alvirne (3-7): 19 15 28 17 — 79

Pelham 70, Souhegan 35

Pelham (70): Slattery 0-0-0, Silvestri 0-0-0, LaPolice 0-0-0, MacArthur 0-0-0, Cloutier 1-0-2, K. Frank 0-1-1, Wolfrom 0-1-1, Rogers 1-0-3, Conway 1-2-4, Pelletier 2-0-5, R. Frank 4-0-11, Brown 7-4-22, Vaiknoras 8-5-22. Totals 24-13-70

3-pointers: P — Brown 3, R. Frank 3, Pelletier, Rogers, Vaiknoras

Souhegan (4-8): 10  9  7  9 — 35

Pelham (12-3): 22 18 16 14 — 70

Farmington 70, Sanborn 63

Sanborn (63): Sprackland 1-0-3, Foster 0-0-0, Sherry 2-0-5, Morton 12-6-35, Shoopman 2-0-4, Johnson 0-0-0, Richard 1-1-3, Kalinowski 3-0-6, Consentino 2-0-4, Austin 1-1-3. Totals 24-8-63

3-pointers: Morton 5, Sherry, Sprackland

Farmington (8-5): 15 14 21 20 — 70

Sanborn (5-7): 11 20 18 14 — 63

Central Catholic 81, Lowell 60

Central Catholic (81): Pettway 2-0-5, Nelson 9-3-23, Etter 1-0-2, Fernandez 0-2-2, Hall 8-3-19, Santos 4-0-9, Lara 1-0-2, Triglione 1-0-3, Cambio 6-2-14, Sullivan 1-0-2, Buresh 0-0-0. Totals 33-10-81

3-pointers: CC — Pettaway, Nelson, Santos, Triglione

Lowell: 13 13 13 21 — 60

Central Catholic (13-4): 14 18 23 26 — 81

Lawrence 76, Methuen 72

Lawrence (76): Fabian 4-1-11, Morales 0-0-0, Henriquez 4-0-8, Neal 8-6-22, Acevedo 2-2-6, Vicente 4-2-10, Figueroa 2-0-4, Reyes 6-3-15

Methuen (72): Sicard 4-9-17, Paulino 0-1-1, Galloway-Burke 5-9-20, Lopez 3-2-8, Lannon 0-2-2, Njoroge 1-1-3, Rene 7-0-15, Hammel 1-4-6

3-pointers: L — Fabian 2; M — Galloway-Burke, Rene

Lawrence (7-8): 23 18 17 18 — 76

Methuen (7-10): 16 13 18 25 — 72

Billerica 59, Haverhill 51

Haverhill (51): Garcia 0-2-2, Jameson 8-2-21, Doherty 0-4-4, Burns 4-2-10, Attah 1-2-4, Pettis 1-0-2, Fenderson 2-0-6, Maldonado 0-2-2, Annalaro 0-0-0, Gaetano 0-0-0, Bristol 0-0-0, Battaini 0-0-0. Totals 16-14-51

3-pointers: Jameseon 3, Fenderson 2

Billerica: 18 10 15 16 — 59

Haverhill (2-13): 12 16  9 14 — 51

Girls Basketball

Alvirne 72, Timberlane 31

Timberlane (72): Lee 1-0-2, Ruth 3-2-8, Gahn 0-0-0, Sickel 0-0-0, Ingalls 0-0-0, Matthews 0-0-0, Allen 0-0-0, Theberge 0-0-0, Prescott 1-0-2, Colon 4-5-13, Murray 2-2-6. Totals 11-9-31

3-pointers: None

Alvirne (9-3): 23 7 22 20 — 72

Timberlane (0-12):  5 7  9 10 — 31

Pinkerton 61, Merrimack 31

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