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GHS girls' basketball finishes regular season at 14-4

The Gilford High School girls' varsity basketball team overcame an early deficit on Friday to post a 40-38 win over Belmont. The Eagles finish the regular season at 14-4 and a earned a fifth seed in the NHIAA tournament. Gilford will host Campbell on Thursday night. 
Belmont, needing a win to stay in the hunt for a tourney berth, jumped out to an early 15-10 lead  behind the 3 point shooting of J. Robarge who sank 3 three pointers in the first quarter and finished with six threes on the night. Gilford battled back in the second quarter and took the lead 24-22 at the break. The third quarter was all even at 32. In the fourth the Eagles jumped out early and took a 40-32 lead with five minutes to go. The Red Raiders cut the margin to 2 with under a minute to play.
For Gilford Hayley Jakubens and Maddie Harris each scored 8 points and for Belmont J. Robarge scored 18 followed by C. Cadarette with 9.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 01:51

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BMS boys' A team goes undefeated

The Belmont Middle School boys' A basketball team completed an undefeated season on Friday, defeating Alton by the score of 64-20. Ten players scored for Belmont, led by Chris Marden's 15 points and Trevor Hunt with ten. Belmont notched 20 wins this season.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 01:21

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LHS girls face Winnisquam in playoffs

The LHS girls' varsity team ended its regular season on Friday with a 51-32 win at home against Inter-Lakes. The LHS girls will begin their post-season play by hosting Winnisquam on Thursday night.
The Laconia High School boys' varsity basketball team earned a win and suffered a loss in recent games. Traveling to Inter-Lakes on Friday, LHS lost 42-73. At home against Winnisquam Regional yesterday, Laconia won 57-52. The LHS boys' team now has a record of four wins, 13 losses, and plays its final game of the regular season on Wednesday at Newfound Regional.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 01:50

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Tilton School basketball captain selected to play in McDonald's All American game

Tilton School senior and basketball team captain Wayne Selden, from Everett, Mass., has been selected as one of 24 senior boys basketball players to participate in the 36th Annual McDonald's All American game in Chicago, Ill, on April 3. He has also been invited to participate in the Jordan Brand Classic game.
Selden is averaging 24 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists per game this season. As a freshman, he was a member of the Tilton team that won its fourth consecutive NEPSAC Championship. He plans to join the University of Kansas men's basketball team after graduating from Tilton.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 February 2013 01:17

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