Tag: Inter-Lakes

Somersworth tops Inter-Lakes

Somersworth snapped a five-game skid as the Hilltoppers led wire-to-wire against visiting Inter-Lakes to come away with the 81-75 victory on Thursday night.

Aiden Heffron led all scorers with a game-high 23 points, while Dominic Starr added 14 and Dante Guillory netted 13. The Lakers were paced by 21 points from Owen Brown and got double-digit contributions from Joey Doda (15) and Addie Kernen (12).

The Hilltoppers improve to 6-7 on the season, while Inter-Lakes falls to 4-8.

Check out the full gallery of the action by Heidi Green of Heidi Green Photography…

[Inter-Lakes coverage is brought to you by Speare Memorial Hospital]

St. Thomas topples Inter-Lakes

The St. Thomas girls used a balanced scoring attack to defeat visiting Inter-Lakes, 55-41, on Wednesday night. The Saints were paced by a trio of double-figure scorers: Emma Torriello (15), Abby Rayder (12) and Genna Bolduc. Estelle Good (16) led the Lakers.

St. Thomas snapped a three-game losing streak to improve to even its record at 3-3 on the season, while Inter-Lakes falls to 0-5.

Check out the full photo gallery by Dave O’Brien of Your Athletes in Action…

Plymouth State hosts UMass Dartmouth

Plymouth State hosted UMass-Dartmouth on Saturday and John-Scott Sherburne was on-hand to send us some photos of the Panther rosters that are littered with New Hampshire grown talent. Check out the full photo gallery below…

St. Thomas hangs on for the win at Inter-Lakes

St. Thomas jumped out to an early 12-point lead through one quarter of play and hung on for a 51-47 win at Inter-Lakes in Meredith on Thursday night. The Saints were led by 17 points from Brady Rogers and 11 points from Reece Rogers, while the Lakers were paced by 19 points from Owen Brown and 14 points from Roley Haag.

Check out the photo gallery by Jill Stevens…

603 in the NCAA

Let’s celebrate the best of the best from the NHIAA that have continued their careers into the NCAA. Below is a list of NHIAA ballers that are currently playing at the collegiate level.

Help us grow this list. If you have additions, please email kj@ball603.com. Thanks for the assist!

NAMEHIGH SCHOOLCOLLEGEYEAR / NOTE
Max Bonney-LilesAlvirneKeene St.Senior
Cam JonesAlvirneLamar St.Sophomore
Brett McKinleyAlvirnePlymouth St.Junior
Mia RoyBedfordSNHUSenior
Emily VanSteensburgBishop BradyPlymouth St.Senior
Tommy FraserBishop BradySaint AnselmJunior
Lily RiveraBishop Brady ’17Gordon ’21Assistant Coach
Ami RiveraBishop Brady ’21GordonSophomore
Isabella RiveraBishop Brady ’21GordonSophomore
Anna StawaszBishop GuertinRivierSophomore
Brianna WilcoxBishop GuertinRivierFreshman
Hannah MuchemoreBishop GuertinRivierJunior
Cam HomseyCentral CatholicEndicottJunior
Natalie HarrisCoe-BrownPlymouth St.Junior
Sage SmithColebrookNorthern VermontSophomore
Mariah ChamberlainConantEndicottSenior
Sera HodgsonConantMaineSophomore
Eva HodgsonConantNorth CarolinaSenior
Silas BernierConantNorwichJunior
Tyler BrunsConcordBardSenior
Scott LampronConcordColby-SawyerSenior
Rylan CanabanoConcordPlymouth St.Junior
Al-Rashid KokoConcord ’22GordonFreshman
Isaac JarvisConcord Christian ’22GordonFreshman
Ty VitkoDoverEndicottSenior
Lia RaynowskaExeterColby-SawyerSenior
Mike LeonardExeterNorwichJunior
Kevin HenryExeterPlymouth St.Junior
Emily RaynowskaExeterWPISenior
Brady ElliottFall MountainRegisFreshman
Riley MarshGilford ’22Plymouth St.Freshman
Rob BaguidyGoffstown ’22RivierFreshman
Nodia DavenportGrovetonRivierSophomore
Maxwell GalbraithHanoverPlymouth St.Freshman
Halie HurdHillsboro-DeeringPlymouth St.Senior
Delaney WilcoxHinsdaleNew England CollegeSophomore
Angelina NardolilloHinsdaleRhode Island CollegeSophomore
Adam RazzaboniHollis-BrooklineRivierSophomore
Elijah SwansonInter-LakesPlymouth St.Sophomore
Autumn NelsonJohn StarkPlymouth St.Senior
Christian BarrJohn StarkPlymouth St.Junior
Anna StengerJohn StarkRivierJunior
Tori AndrewskiKearsargeDeanSophomore
Abby HamelinKeeneColby-SawyerSenior
Eliza MitchellKeeneColby-SawyerFreshman
Liam JohnstonKeeneKeene St.Freshman
Brogan ShannonKingswoodSaint AnselmFreshman
Sophie GeorgeLaconiaPlymouth St.Freshman
Jon WillemanLebanon ’20New HampshireJunior
Catherine ColeLebanon ’22ConnecticutFreshman
Kaylee ManzellaLittletonColby-SawyerFreshman
Dawson DicksonManchester CentralSNHUAssistant Coach
Ty ThomasManchester MemorialPlymouth St.Senior
Jessica CarrierManchester MemorialRivierSophomore
Lyric GrumblattManchester MemorialRivierJunior
Tamrah GouldManchester MemorialSouthern MaineJunior
Melanie PresseauManchester MemorialWPISenior
Liberti LacasseMascoma ValleyColby-SawyerFreshman
Ben SeilerMascoma ValleySt. Joseph’s (ME)Freshman
Ryan BanuskevichMilfordPlymouth St.Junior
Henry PikusMilton AcademyUC Santa CruzFreshman
Alexis MatteMount RoyalNorwichSenior
Spencer LabrecqueNashua NorthWheatonSophomore
Sam McElliottNashua NorthU. of New EnglandSophomore
Brandon ChoateNashua NorthSNHUSophomore
Joe MorrellOyster RiverFisherJunior
Ryan HerrionOyster RiverNew HampshireAssistant Coach
Megan MolettieriPelhamColby-SawyerSophomore
Drew BrownPelhamEndicottJunior
Sean MenardPembrokePlymouth St.Senior
Josh MorissettePhillips ExeterWoffordFreshman
Brooke KanePinkertonNew HampshireSenior
Gwen MerrifieldPlymouthManhattanvilleSophomore
Leia BruntPlymouthWilliam SmithFreshman
Kevin CummingsPortsmouthColby-SawyerSophomore
Abbe LaurencePortsmouthMaineSenior
Brittany GrahamPortsmouthNorwichSenior
Zack CaraballoSalemColby-SawyerSenior
Caitlin CooperSouheganDeanFreshman
Matt McCoolSouheganMaristFreshman
Johnny McBrideSouhegan ’22MessiahFreshman
Cal ConnellySpauldingAssumptionSenior
Jacob GibbonsTiltonAssumptionFreshman
Andrew PolitiTrinityFranklin PierceFreshman
Ethan HutchinsonTrinityRivierJunior
Royce WilliamsTrinitySNHUFreshman
Avery HazeltonWhite MountainsPlymouth St.Freshman
Joey DaSilvaWindhamEndicottSophomore
Sarah DempseyWindhamEndicottSophomore
Steph DavisWindhamLongwoodJunior
Brett MarelliWinnacunnetWPIFreshman

Recap: Day 3 at The Bash

FARMINGTON – The hump day of the 42nd Annual Mike Lee Holiday Basketball Bash featured 10 games, including four boys quarterfinals.

DAY 3: PHOTOS | ON-DEMAND VIDEO

While the boys quarters took place on the third day of The Bash, the girls stole the show as the most entertaining game of the tourney was an overtime battle between the Kennett and Concord Christian girls. The Division IV Kingsmen, featuring four eighth graders and two freshmen on their roster, gave the Division II Eagles all they could handle, but came up just short in overtime, 58-52.

Kennett advances to the title game out of the girls Pool A and will take on Pool B winner Coe-Brown in the championship game on Thursday at 5:30 pm.

The stage is now set for day four of the tourney, which features the final girls consolation game of the tournament, the Skills Competition and 3-Point Contest and then the boys semifinals. Jacob VanRyn and Sam Reynolds will be on the call for the boys semifinals.

Check out the remaining tournament schedule and recap of yesterday’s action below with graphics and highlight videos from all 10 games…

REMAINING SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29
GIRLS: Littleton vs. Farmington, 3:00 PM
Skills Competition, 4:45 PM
3-Point Contest, 5:15 PM
BOYS: Portsmouth Christian vs. Kennett, 6:00 PM
BOYS: Coe-Brown vs. Concord Christian, 7:30 PM

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30: CHAMPIONSHIP DAY
GIRLS: Coe-Brown vs. Kennett, 5:30 PM
BOYS: Winner Game 12 vs. Winner Game 11, 7:00 PM

RECAP: December 28

BOYS
Profile 77, Nute 49
P: Alex Lesile 29, Josh Robie 26
N: Gavin Forcier 22, Anderson Levasseur 17
NOTE: Josh Robie was named to the All-Tournament Team

Profile’s Josh Robie was awarded his All-Tournament Team plaque before heading back north by Farmington Athletic Booster Club member Kevin Mosher.

Newmarket 57, Inter-Lakes 32
N: Colby Bost 19, Baris Fortier 10
I-L: Joey Doda 10, Owen Brown 10

Holy Family 64, Farmington 43
HF: Karl Yonkeu 28, Gabe Lacasse 18
FHS: Jordan Berko 12

Kennett 64, Epping 34
K: Ben Dougherty 23, Alex Clark 11
E: Owen Finkelstein 15

Concord Christian 64, St. Thomas 47
CCA: Isaac Jarvis 23, Brode Fink 16
STA: Will Mollica 14, Reece Rogers 12

Portsmouth Christian 59, Raymond 36
PCA: Seth Huggard 20, Jason Stockbower 15
RHS: Brady Potter 9

Coe-Brown 65, Derryfield 48
CBNA: Tommy Flanagan 13, Jack Lano 12, Brady Kouchhoukos 10, Connor Bagnell 10
D: Thomas Ferdinando 15, Alex Comire 11

GIRLS
Epping 37, Inter-Lakes 22
E: Mae McAniff 9
I-L: Molly Moynihan 8

Coe-Brown 49, Littleton 34
CBNA: Kalina Kasprzak 13, Alexis Cowan 10
L: Addison Hadlock 10

Kennett 58, Concord Christian 52
K: Sam Sidoti 15, Hope Elias 13, Sydnie Chin 11
CCA: Sarah Muir 16, Emma Smith 15

Two days down at The Bash

FARMINGTON – The second day of the 42nd Annual Mike Lee Holiday Basketball Bash featured nine games with bracket play starting on the boys side.

DAY 2: PHOTOS | ON-DEMAND VIDEO

The night cap between the Farmington and Derryfield boys was the day’s best game. The Tigers jumped out to an early lead on the Cougars and led by seven entering the fourth quarter, 40-33. Derryfield opened the final stanza on a 10-point run to take a 43-40 lead and came-from-behind to earn the 49-48 victory.

The stage is now set for day three of the tournament which features three boys consolation games, followed by three girls pool play events and concludes with four boys semifinals. Here is the schedule of events for day three and below is a recap of today’s events with graphics and highlight videos from all nine games.

DECEMBER 28 SCHEDULE

BOYS: Nute vs. Profile, 9:00 AM
BOYS: Newmarket vs. Inter-Lakes, 10:15 AM
BOYS: Farmington vs. Holy Family, 11:30 AM
GIRLS: Inter-Lakes vs. Epping, 12:45 PM
GIRLS: Coe-Brown vs. Littleton, 2:00 PM
GIRLS: Concord Christian vs. Kennett, 3:15 PM
BOYS: Epping vs. Kennett, 4:30 PM
BOYS: Concord Christian vs. St. Thomas Aquinas, 5:45 PM
BOYS: Raymond vs. Portsmouth Christian, 7:00 PM
BOYS: Derryfield vs. Coe-Brown, 8:15 PM

All events will be streamed live and be sure to follow us on FacebookInstagramTwitter and YouTube for the most recent updates throughout the tournament.

RECAP: December 27

BOYS
Concord Christian 61, Newmarket 51
CCA: Isaac Jarvis 22 points, Austin Spurr 10 points
N: Baris Fortier 23 points

Epping 65, Profile 51
E: Owen Finkelstein 18, Stamatis Maschas 18, Jacob Purington 11
P: Josh Robie 15, Alex Lesile 13, Karson Robie 12

Portsmouth Christian 63, Inter-Lakes 41
PCA: Jason Stockbower 17, Connor Hickey 15, Seth Huggard 14
I-L: Ben Beaudoin 13

Coe-Brown 63, Holy Family 33
CBNA: Jack Lano 26, Brady Kouchhoukos 12, Tommy Flanagan 11
HF: Karl Yonkeu 10, Gabe Lacasse 10

Raymond 63, Nute 56
R: Cohen Claytor 21, Drezell Duffaut 16, Paul Goding 11
N: Gavin Forcier 21, Picard Chase 16

Derryfield 49, Farmington 48
D: Jack Krasnof 19, Thomas Ferdinando 13
FHS: Jordan Berko 20, Luke Cardinal 11

GIRLS
Concord Christian 72, Epping 20
CCA: Megan Muir 10, Sarah Muir 15, Lilli Carlile 13
E: Laney McAniff 8

Kennett 71, Inter-Lakes 16
K: Sydnie Chin 15, Hope Elias 12, Kaley Goodhart 12, Kaylee Mclellan 12
I-L: Molly Monihan 7

Littleton 44, Farmington 24
L: Lauren McKee 20
FHS: Madison Ricker 14

Day one of The Bash in the Books

FARMINGTON – Day one of the 42nd Annual Mike Lee Holiday Basketball Bash featured nine games with some competition across divisions and some rivalries renewed. The opening day of The Bash welcomes teams to the tournament with a contest that is not part of bracket play.

DAY 1: PHOTOS | ON-DEMAND VIDEO

Yesterday’s game of the day was the Holy Family-Profile boys game that saw the Griffins come out on top, 68-66. The Patriots led early, but Holy Family came back to take a double-digit lead late before Profile mounted a come-back of its own. Profile sophomore Josh Robie set a tournament record with 11 three-point fields in a game en route to 33 points, while the Patriots all set the high-water mark with 15 threes as a team.

In the night cap, the Division IV Farmington boys jumped out to an 11-0 lead on old rival Coe-Brown and led 17-10 after the first quarter. The Division II Bears responded in the final three quarters to outscore the host Tigers 52-26 and come away with a 62-43 victory.

Bracket play for the boys and pool play for the girls gets underway today at 10:00 am.

RECAP: DECEMBER 26

BOYS
St. Thomas Aquinas 82, Nute 42
S: Ethan Berg (SR/F): 17 points, Vinny Simonelli (SR/G) 12 points, Zijie Dang (JR/G) 11 points
N: Gavin Forcier (JR/G): 22 points, Jackson LaFogg (FR/G) 14 points)

Holy Family 68, Profile 66
HF: Gabe Lacasse (SO/G) 20 points, Sean Sullivan (JR/F) 17 points, Karl Yonkeu (SR/F) 12 points
P: Josh Robie (SO/G) 33 points*, Karsen Robie (SO/G) 11 points, Alex Leslie (SO/F) 14 points
NOTABLE: Josh Robie: tournament record 11 three-point fields goals, Profile: tournament record 15 three-point field goals

Epping 49, Newmarket: 60
E: Owen Finkelstein (SR/F) 20 points, Stamatis Maschas (SR/F) 10 points
N: Colby Bost (SR/F) 19 points, Baris Fortier (SO/F) 15 points, Jameson Senesombath (JR/G) 12 points

Kennett 65, Derryfield 46
K: Grady Livingston (SR/G) 16 points, Isaiah Mojica (SR/G) 10 points
D: Ethan Flannigan (JR/G) 12 points, Thomas Ferdanando (FR/G) 16 points

Concord Christian 80, Portsmouth Christian 43
CCA: Isaac Jarvis (SR/F) 23 points, Brode Frink (FR) 12 points, Jake Turner (SR) 15 points
PCA: Jason Stockbower (SR/G) 15 points

Coe-Brown 62, Farmington 43
CBNA: Jack Lano (SR/F) 14 points, Nate Ford (JR/G) 13 points, Tommy Flanagan (JR/C) 12 points,
FHS: Brian Weeks (SR/G) 11 points, Shawn Murphy (SO/F) 10 points

GIRLS
Kennett 65, Epping 7
K: Hope Elias (JR/G) 14 points, Kaylee Mclellan (JR/G) 12 points
E: Mae McAniff (SO/G) 6 points

Concord Christian 76, Inter-Lakes 17
CCA: Sarah Muir (8th/G) 17 points, Megan Muir (SO/G) 16 points, Emma Smith (8th/G) 15 points, Lilli Carlile (FR/G) 12 points
IL: Caitlyn Clark (SR) 8 points

Coe-Brown 49, Farmington 22
CBNA: Emma Broadstone (JR/G) 13 points
FHS: Makayla Lapanne (JR/G) 8 points

TODAY’S SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 27

BOYS: Concord Christian vs. Newmarket, 10:00 am
GIRLS: Concord Christian vs. Epping, 11:15 am
BOYS: Profile vs. Epping, 12:30 pm
GIRLS: Inter-Lakes vs. Kennett, 1:45 pm
BOYS: Inter-Lakes vs. Portsmouth Christian, 3:00 pm
BOYS: Coe-Brown vs. Holy Family, 4:15 pm
BOYS: Raymond vs. Nute, 5:30 pm
GIRLS: Littleton vs. Farmington, 6:45 pm
BOYS: Derryfield vs. Farmington, 8:00 pm

All events will be streamed live and be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube for the most recent updates throughout the tournament.

Let’s Bash!

The 42nd Annual Mike Lee Holiday Basketball Bash runs Dec. 26-30 and we’ve got you covered with live action of all 35 games of the five-day event. New Hampshire’s largest and the Seacoast’s longest-running holiday basketball tournament will feature live streams of each game, photos, video highlights and more. 

Video productions by Pack Network throughout the tournament ramp up each day and culminating with TV-broadcast quality coverage of the boys and girls finals on Dec. 30. 

Stay tuned to Ball 603 all week long. Enjoy the show!

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This week: 20 games covered!

Ball 603 hits full throttle in the second full week of the season as we bring you coverage of an impressive 20 games… on a short holiday week! We’ve got eight girls games and 12 boys games on the docket. It’s all basketball, all the time and we couldn’t be more excited.

Check out where we’ll be…

Monday, December 20th
Mount Royal at Farmington, 5:30 pm
Mount Royal at Farmington, 5:30 pm (GIRLS)
Timberlane at Pinkerton, 6:30 pm

Tuesday, December 21st
Kearsarge at Campbell, 6:00 PM

Wednesday, December 22nd
Londonderry at Spaulding, 6:30 pm (GIRLS)
Exeter at Bedford, 7:00 pm

Thursday, December 23rd
Merrimack at Windham, 6:30 pm

Sunday, December 26th at The Bash
St. Thomas vs. Nute, 9:30 am
Inter-Lakes vs. Holy Family, 10:00 am (GIRLS)
Littleton vs. Inter-Lakes, 10:30 am (GIRLS)
Littleton vs. Holy Family, 11:00 am (GIRLS)
Holy Family vs. Profile, 10:45 am
Epping vs. Newmarket, 11:45 am
Kennett vs. Derryfield, 12:00 pm
Kennett vs. Epping, 1:15 pm (GIRLS)
Franklin vs. Raymond, 2:30 pm
Concord Christian vs. Franklin, 3:45 pm (GIRLS)
Concord Christian vs. Portsmouth Christian, 5:00 pm
Coe-Brown vs. Farmington, 6:15 pm (GIRLS)
Coe-Brown vs. Farmington, 7:30 pm

*Schedule subject to change*