High schools: Bow, Concord wrestling win duals; Pembroke-Campbell hockey remains undefeated

Bow’s Jared Dolder wrestles his opponent in the 144-pound bout against Kearsarge on Wednesday at Bow High School. Dolder won by pin and Bow defeated Kearsarge, 78-0.

Bow’s Jared Dolder wrestles his opponent in the 144-pound bout against Kearsarge on Wednesday at Bow High School. Dolder won by pin and Bow defeated Kearsarge, 78-0. CHIP GRIFFIN / Photos By Chip

Published: 01-04-2024 12:05 AM

Wrestling

Bow 78, Kearsarge 0

Key players: Bow – Ryan Dolder (pin 138), Jared Dolder (pin 144), Jake Coulon (pin 150), Josiah Funches (pin 157,) Adler Moura (pin 126), Ben McDowell (pin 165), Joe McDowell (pin 174), Chase Flagg (pin 190), Jackson Hall (pin 215), Jaron Coulon (pin 113)

Highlights: The Falcons won 10 of 14 bouts by pin to shutout the Cougars.

Coach’s quote: “Good win coming off of winter break. The score doesn’t reflect how tough Kearsarge looks, their kids fought hard in every match. Overall great job by our team and we look forward to building off of this victory.” – Bow’s Bill Chavanelle

Records: Bow 7-0

Concord 61, Nashua North 12

Key players: Concord – Wayne Sakakeeny (won by pin at 285), Dom Hubbard (won by pin at 113), Cullen Burke (won by pin at 120), Griffin Norwalt (won by tech fall at 126), Hunter Richard (won 14-2 major decision at 132), Jaxon Carter (won by pin at 144), Jeydon Wilson (won by pin at 157), Tony Gualtieri (won by pin at 165), Isaiah Puckett (won by pin at 190), Max Chung (won by forfeit at 150), Devon Farwell (won by forfeit at 215)

Highlights:  Crimson Tide wrestlers won 11 of 14 matches on their home mats to remain undefeated in duals.

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Records: Concord 8-0

Souhegan 48, John Stark 39

Key players: John Stark – Lukas Boulanger (won by pin at 215), Alex Descoteau (won by pin at 190), Deltyn Williams (won by pin at 175), Stephen Johnston (won 11-2 major decision at 165), Lyncoln Jablonski (won 17-2 technical fall at 113), Joey Demons (won by forfeit at 106), Isaac Coker (won by forfeit at 285)

Highlights:  The Generals did well at the lightest and heaviest weights, but couldn’t pick up any wins in the middle weights as Stark narrowly fell to the Sabers on the road.

Boys’ Hockey

Bow 6,
Nashua North-Souhegan 5

Key players: Bow – Aidan Labrecque (2 goals), Owen Webber (2 goals), Luke Virta (goal), Brodie O’Neil (goal)

Highlights:  The Falcons and North-Souhegan were tied 1-1 through the first period, but Bow took a 4-2 lead into the third and held on for the victory on the road.

Records: Bow 3-1; North-Souhegan 1-2

Pembroke-Campbell 4,
Hollis-Brookline/Derryfield 0

Key players: PAC – Liam Cripps (20 saves), Casey Fuller (2 goals), Trevor Lemaire (goal, assist), Kaleb Couture (goal), Gavin Retkevicz (assist), Cam Plumb (assist), Logan Daigle (assist), Tyler Reynolds (assist)  

Highlights:  PAC scored three goals in the third period and Cripps was a wall between the pipes to give Pembroke-Campbell its first shutout of the regular season.

Records: PAC 4-0; HBD 1-3

Girls’ Basketball

Coe-Brown 55, Kingswood 16

Key players: Coe-Brown – Eilah Crawn (10 points), Emma Lapierre (10 points), Saere McGuinness (8 points)

Highlights: The Bears took control early with a 16-2 first quarter and followed that up with a 31-11 halftime lead. Coe-Brown turned the Knights over a lot and capitalized on open shots.

Coach’s quote: “The girls came off break with a win. Looking to get better every game.” – Coe-Brown’s Joe Vachon

Records: Coe-Brown 2-2; Kingswood 0-4

Kearsarge 48, Monadnock 42

Key players: Kearsarge – Tessa Marinello (16 points), Ava Shapiro (11 points), Jada Kendrigan (9 points)

Coach’s quote: “I thought this was a excellent game played against a quality team on the road.” – Kearsarge’s Ed Tenney

Records: Kearsarge 4-1; Monadnock 2-3