Springfield 59, Woodstock 35
“Woodstock is pretty young, but their kids work hard,” said Springfield head coach Joe Costello. “Our pressure defense gave us some easy opportunities and we controlled much of the game.” Hannah Crosby led the Cosmos with 18 points and Gabby Wardwell added 12. Cosmos’ Hailey Perham scored 14 points and contributed 7 steals, 7 rebounds, and 6 assists. For Woodstock, Tarleton had 17 points, including 5 three-pointers. The Cosmos improve to 5-2 and will host Hartford on Tuesday.
Fall Mtn. 67, Campbell 51
For FM, Kendall McAllister and Avery Stewart each had 12 points, while Sophie Bardis had 10. Campbell’s Tor Allen dropped in 20 points. The Wildcats went on an 11-0 run to end the first quarter and led 38-14 at the half, hitting five three-pointers in the first half. FM remains unbeaten, as they move to 9-0 and will host undefeated Monadnock on Monday at 7 p.m.
Kearsarge 51, Milford 47
“Great road win tonight against a very good Milford team,” said Cougars head coach Nate Camp. “Proud of the team effort and excellent defense, for 32 minutes.” Noah Tremblay led Kearsarge with 26 points and 5 boards, and also hit two clutch FT’s late in the game. Kyle Hernon had 10 points and 16 boards, and freshman Adrian McCarthy had 7 points, and he also hit two clutch FT’s. “We had amazing defense and hustle from Ben Carl, Jak Jallah, Scott Bassi, and Emerson Tyler,” said coach Camp.
Sunapee 81, Nute 20
The Sunapee boys continue to cruise to open their season. They are now 6-0 after the 61-point win at Nute Friday night. All eleven Lakers boys were able to record points.