Local roundup: Big third quarter sends Hanover boys hoop to road victory

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Published: 1/7/2022 8:26:08 AM
Modified: 1/7/2022 8:25:28 AM

WEARE, N.H. — A basketball team’s best type of health food is a win. With that in mind, the Hanover boys got a little healthier on Thursday night.

Hanover broke open a close game in the third quarter, using a 20-1 period to record a 58-36 win over John Stark. Hanover — which had dropped its last two games and four of the five it had played to date — held just a one-point lead at halftime before using its third-quarter burst to run away.

Seniors Max Galbraith and Evan Young had 12 points each and senior Collin Pierce had nine. Hanover led, 11-6, after one quarter, but John Stark (0-7) closed the gap to 27-26 at halftime. Hanover hit foor of it six three-pointers in that explosive third quarter.

Hanover (2-4) travels to Coe-Brown Northwood on Saturday.

Girls basketball Brattleboro 41, Windsor 35

BRATTLEBORO, Vt. — The Yellowjackets lost their first game of the season to Colonels, who came back from a halftime deficit to win.

Windsor senior Elliot Rupp had 18 points to lead all scorers, adding seven steals. Senior Reese Perry had 13 points, 10 rebounds and seven steals.

Windsor took a two-point lead after one quarter and was up by three at the break, 21-18. The Jacks clung to a one-point advantage after three quarters but went cold in the fourth, scoring just four points.

Windsor (7-1) is at Otter Valley on Saturday.

Hanover 59, John Stark 25

HANOVER — HHS led 22-3 after a quarter and coasted to a blowout win over the Generals.

Junior guard Stella Galanes had 18 points for Hanover (6-0) despite playing roughly half the game. She had 10 in the first quarter — including a buzzer-beating driving layup — and 15 by halftime. Senior center Jane Lackley added 10 points.

“I was very impressed with our defensive intensity,” Hanover coach Dan O’Rourke said. “I was very pleased with how well we played after having eight days off. It was an all-around very nice game.”

Hanover will remain home Saturday to take on Coe-Brown Northwood.

Boys HockeyLSM 5, Monadnock-Fall Mtn. 0

KEENE, N.H. — Griffin Auch had a hat trick in Thursday’s dominant win. Also scoring a goal each were Will McGee and Cesar Salcedo.

Lebanon led 3-0 after one period and tacked on a goal each in the second and third periods.

Lebanon (3-2-0, 2-1-0 NHIAA) is home Saturday to Belmont-Gilford.

SKI JUMPINGHanover wins home meet

HANOVER — With six of the top nine skiers in Thursday’s meet on the Roger Burt Hill ramp, Hanover defeated three other teams with a total score of 391 points.

Hanover’s Schuyler Clapp was first with a combined 117 on three jumps. Clapp hit a pair of 30-meter leaps for the longest jumps of the night. Charlie Forbush followed Clapp in second at 109.5.

Fourth place was Hanover’s Jei Gregory (103) followed by Wesley Stocken (sixth, 90.5), Eric Ringer (seventh, 85.5) and Zane Schiffman (ninth, 83.5) to round out the top nine. Lily Clapp (73) was second out of a half-dozen girls in the competition.

Team scores: Hanover 391, Plymouth 375, Merrimack Valley 188, ConVal 91.




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