Tag: Alvirne

Alvirne downs Dover

Behind a game-high 17 points from Ella Hartson, Alvirne defeated visiting Dover, 51-44, on Monday night.

The Broncos also got 16 points from Rachel Allard and 10 points from Courtney Anderson as the victory moved them into 9th place in the Division I standings. The Green Wave was led by 16 points from Olivia Rutland.

With the win, Alvirne improves to 7-6 on the season, while Dover falls to 10-5.

Check out the full photo gallery by Jill Stevens…

Third quarter propels Alvirne past Londonderry

Alvirne used a 23-point third quarter to propel the Broncos to a 58-52 win at Londonderry on Wednesday night.

The Broncos jumped out to a quick 14-5 lead after one quarter of play, but a buzzer-beating three by Ryan Williams to end the half knotted the game at 21-21.

Alvirne came out firing in the 3rd quarter, pumping in 23 points, including three 3-pointers, to take a 9-point lead to the final frame. Mason Paquette poured in four triples in the 4th for Londonderry, but it wasn’t enough as Alvirne hung on for the win.

Aiden Mills led Alvirne with 16 points, while Sammy Dewitt and Alejandro Valenzuela added 13 and 10 points, respectively. Londonderry was led by Paquette (16), Ty Miles (12) and Williams (10).

With the win, Alvirne improves to 7-6 on the season, while Londonderry falls to 5-8.

Check out the full photo gallery of the action by Juliette Tarsa…

Alvirne’s second-half surge downs Memorial

The Alvirne girls trailed Manchester Memorial 29-20 at the half, but rallied in the second half to come away with a 53-43 victory on Thursday night.

The Broncos were paced by 13 points from Paige McKinley and 10 apiece from Alyssa Scharn and Jamie O’Connor. Nyasia McKelvey led the Crusaders with 12 points, while Madison Pepra-Omani added 10 points of her own.

Check out the photo gallery by Cindy Lavigne of Lavigne’s Live Shots…

Alvirne gets first win of the season at Merrimack

After starting the season 0-5, the Alvirne boys went on the road to earn a much-needed victory at Merrimack on Friday night, 65-50. 

It was a total team effort for the Broncos as 10 players scored, led by Sam Dewitt’s game-high 15 points. The Tomahawks, who fall to 3-3 on the season, were paced by David Roy (13) and Michael Fierra (11)

Check out the full photo gallery by Cindy Lavigne of Lavigne’s Live Shots over at… http://ball603.com/photos/nggallery/photos/alvirne-boys-at-merrimack-jan-6-2023-cindy-lavigne

Pinkerton tops Alvirne

Pinkerton jumped out to an early 15-7 lead after one quarter of play and never looked back as the Astros rolled to a 64-44 road win at Alvirne on Friday night.

Jackson Marshall netted a game-high 18 points for Pinkerton, while Tyrone Chinn chipped in with 10 of his own to help push the Astros to 2-0 on the young season. The Broncos (0-2) were paced by 15 points from Sam Dewitt.

Check out video highlights of the action by our very own Tim Lee…

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
Michael PitmanPembroke Academy / TiltonAssumptionFreshman
Jacob GibbonsExeter / TiltonAssumptionSophomore
Sean PetersonHoly FamilyColby-SawyerFreshman
Catherine ChickKennettColby-SawyerFreshman
Bree LawrenceMonadnockColby-SawyerFreshman
Megan MolettieriPelhamColby-SawyerJunior
Lauren McKeeLittletonColby-SawyerSophomore
Eliza MitchellKeeneColby-SawyerFreshman
Kaylee ManzellaLittletonColby-SawyerSophomore
Lia RaynowskaExeterColby-SawyerSenior
Ashlyn SmithKeeneEndicottFreshman
Sarah DempseyWindhamEndicottJunior
Ty VitkoDoverEndicottSenior
Drew BrownPelhamEndicottSenior
Joey DaSilvaWindhamEndicottJunior
Andrew PolitiTrinityFranklin PierceSophomore
Isaac JarvisConcord Christian ’22GordonSophomore
Isabella RiveraBishop Brady ’21GordonJunior
Ami RiveraBishop Brady ’21GordonJunior
Cassidy DillonLondonderry ‘23GordonFreshman
Aryanna MurrayNashua SouthKeene StateJunior
Brynn RautiolaConant ‘23Keene StateFreshman
Abbie KozlowskiDover ‘23Keene StateFreshman
Kaitlyn StowellMonadnock ‘23Keene StateFreshman
Avery StewartFall Mountain ‘23Keene StateFreshman
Liam JohnstonKeeneKeene StateSophomore
Sera HodgsonConantMaineJunior
Gwen MerrifieldPlymouthManhattanvilleJunior
Matt McCoolSouheganMaristSophomore
Johnny McBrideSouhegan ’22MessiahSophomore
Mike StrazerriPembroke ‘23New England CollegeFreshman
Justin DunnePinkertonNew England CollegeJunior
Macy GordonMerrimack ValleyNew England CollegeSophomore
Maizie BarkerNashua South ’23 New England CollegeFreshman
Mackenzie McDonaldMerrimack ValleyNew England CollegeSophomore
Jon WillemanLebanon ’20New HampshireSenior
Alex TavaresPortsmouth / Great Bay CCNew HampshireJunior
Silas BernierConantNorwichSenior
Caden BrownBedford ‘23Plymouth StateFreshman
Riley MarshGilford ’22Plymouth StateSophomore
Elijah SwansonInter-LakesPlymouth StateJunior
Ryan CanabanoConcordPlymouth StateSenior
Matthew SantosuossoBishop Guertin ‘23Plymouth StateFreshman
Jared KhalilSanborn ‘23Plymouth StateFreshman
Jack St. HilaireWindham ’23 Plymouth StateFreshman
Maxwell GalbraithHanoverPlymouth StateSophomore
Kevin Newton-DelgadoHopkintonPlymouth StateJunior
Jayden MontgomeryNashua North ‘23Plymouth StateFreshman
Christian BarrJohn StarkPlymouth StateSenior
Sophie GeorgeLaconiaPlymouth StateSophomore
Natalie HarrisCoe-BrownPlymouth StateSenior
Ashley StephensPembroke Academy / TiltonPlymouth StateFreshman
Alli IngallsPinkertonPlymouth StateJunior
Bri WilcoxBishop GuertinPlymouth StateJunior
Marissa KenisonGroveton ‘23Plymouth StateFreshman
Lea CromptonBowPlymouth StateSenior
Isabella AbruzeseWindhamPlymouth StateFreshman
Angelina NardolilloHinsdaleRhode Island CollegeJunior
Elli CoxConcordRhode Island CollegeSophomore
Rob BaguidyGoffstown ’22RivierSophomore
Adam RazzaboniHollis-BrooklineRivierJunior
Anna StawaszBishop GuertinRivierJunior
Hannah MuchemoreBishop GuertinRivierSenior
Nodia DavenportGrovetonRivierJunior
Anna StengerJohn StarkRivierSenior
Jessica CarrierManchester MemorialRivierJunior
Lyric GrumblattManchester MemorialRivierSenior
Alyssa ScharnAlvirne ‘23RivierFreshman
Tommy FraserBishop BradySaint AnselmSenior
Brogan ShannonKingswoodSaint AnselmSophomore
Trevor LabrecqueNashua North ‘23Saint AnselmFreshman
Ava WinterburnGoffstown ‘23SNHUFreshman
Brandon ChoateNashua NorthSNHUJunior
Royce WilliamsTrinitySNHUSophomore
Liz CoteKennettSouthern MaineSenior
Hope EliasKennett ‘23Southern MaineFreshman
Tamrah GouldManchester MemorialSouthern MaineSenior
Megan RobertsHinsdaleSouthern MaineJunior
Max StapelfeldHollis-BrooklineSt. Joseph’s (ME)Senior
Ben SeilerMascoma ValleySt. Joseph’s (ME)Sophomore
Cadence GilbertKeeneSt. Joseph’s (ME)Freshman
Elisabeth StapelfeldHollis-BrooklineSt. Joseph’s (ME)Junior
Jordyn FranzenSalemU. of New EnglandSenior
Ella KaravanicNashua South ’23 U. of New EnglandFreshman
Makenna GrilloneFall MountainU. of New EnglandSophomore
Chad MartinJohn StarkVTSU LyndonSophomore
Sage SmithColebrookVTSU LyndonJunior
Leia BruntPlymouth ‘22William SmithSophomore
Brett MarelliWinnacunnetWPIJunior

This Week on Ball 603: 15 games!

Our relentless coverage of basketball in the Granite State continues this week with video highlights, photos and live streams from an impressive 15 games around the state! We’ve got pivotal match-ups across all four divisions and first-time coverage for a handful of teams as well.

No one is bringing you more coverage of New Hampshire basketball than Ball 603. Enjoy the show!