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Woodsville remains perfect, wins back-to-back D-IV titles

The top-seeded Woodsville Engineers completed their perfect season with a 58-49 win over #2 Concord Christian Academy to capture the NHIAA Division IV Boys Basketball State Championship on Friday night at Keene State College. The Engineers finish the season 22-0 and are now back-to-back champions. 

Elijah Flocke poured in 18 points in the 4th quarter alone, en route to a team-high 24 points for Woodsville. Cam Tenney-Burt (18 points) and Cam Davidson (11) also netted double figures for the Engineers. CCA was paced by a game-high 27 points from Isaac Jarvis.

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Concord Christian punches ticket to D-IV boys title game

Concord Christian jumped out to an early 12-0 lead and never looked back as the #2 Kingsmen defeated #6 Holy Family, 59-42, in semifinal action of the NHIAA Division IV Boys Basketball State Tournament on Monday night at Merrimack Valley High School in Penacook. Freshman Brode Frink led CCA with 16 points. The Kingsmen await the winner of the Woodsville-Littleton game.

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Concord Christian completes perfect season with D-IV crown

Concord Christian Academy put the cherry on top of its undefeated season with a 46-28 win over #3 Derryfield to capture the 2022 NHIAA Division IV Girls Basketball State Championship on Sunday afternoon at Keene State College.

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Holy Family comes from behind to advance to semifinals

Sixth-seeded Holy Family trailed by 12 at the half, but outscored #14 Newmarket in the second half 38-17 to earn a 58-49 come-from-behind win in the quarterfinals of the NHIAA Division IV Boys Basketball State Tournament in Manchester on Thursday night.

Holy Family was led by Yves Mugiraneza (20 points) and Gabe Lacasse (18), while Newmarket was paced by a game-high 23 points from Colby Bost. The Griffins advance to the semifinals and will take on top-seeded Concord Christian.

Sixth-seeded Monadnock pulled off one of the great upsets in NHIAA tourney history on Sunday as the Huskies cruised to a 51-30 victory over #1 Conant, snapping the Orioles 58-game win streak, en route to the Division III Girls Basketball Championship.

Undefeated Conant cruises to D-III girls title game

Undefeated Conant showed absolutely no signs of slowing down in the semifinals as the top-seeded Orioles cruised to a 60-23 victory over #4 Newfound on Wednesday night to advance to the finals of the NHIAA Division III Girls Basketball State Tournament. 

Conant was led by a game-high 23 points from Emma Tenters, while the Bears were paced by Malina Bohlmann’s 9 points. 

The Orioles will take on #6 Monadnock on Sunday at 1:00 pm at Keene State College.

Post-season run continues to the D-III final for #6 Monadnock

The sixth-seeded Monadnock Huskies kept their post-season run alive on Wednesday night as they defeated #2 Fall Mountain, 49-34, in semifinal round action to advance to the title game of the NHIAA Division III Girls Basketball State Tournament. Monadnock was led by Breann Lawrence’s game-high 11 points, while the Wildcats were paced by a team-high 8 points from Nora Dunigan.

Monadnock will take on #1 Conant in the final on Sunday at 1:00 pm at Keene State College.