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Hopkinton downs Newport, punches ticket to quarters

Abram Standefer pumped in 20 points to pace #5 Hopkinton past #12 Newport, 64-52, on Tuesday night in first round action of the NHIAA Division III Boys Basketball State Tournament.

The Hawks advance to the quarterfinal round where they will take on #4 Kearsarge on Friday night.

Kristof Cauley also netted double-figures with 15 for Hopkinton. The Tigers were led by a game-high 25 points Christian Forsyth and 12 from Aaron Fellows.

With the loss, Newport’s season comes to a close with an 8-11 record.

Check out the full photo gallery by Jill Stevens…

Robie drops 40, propels perfect Profile past Newport

The hits just keep on coming for undefeated Profile and prolific scorer Josh Robie. The senior sharpshooter poured in 40 points, including seven three-pointers, as the Division IV Patriots went on the road and defeated D-III Newport, 99-62, on Thursday night.

Robie netted 11 in the 1st quarter, 12 in the 2nd, 12 in the 3rd and seven in the 4th to come away with his 40-point performance. Profile also got an impressive 26 points from Alex Leslie and 17 from Cayden Wakeham.

The Tigers were led by 17 points from Aaron Fellow and 16 from Christian Forsythe.

With the win, the Patriots improve to a perfect 13-0 on the season, while Newport falls to 5-8.

Check out the full photo gallery by Chris Laclair of Chris Clicks Photography…

First half fuels Fall Mountain past Newport

A 49-point first half fueled Fall Mountain as they went on the road and defeated Newport, 75-55, on Wednesday.

The Wildcats were led by a foursome of double-digit scorers: Ledger Willett (20), Josh Town (11), Owen Riendeu (11), Luke St. Pierre (10). The Tigers had three scorers with 14 points apiece: Kyle Ashley, Aaron Fellows and Christian Forsythe.

Check out the full photo gallery of the action by Chris Laclair of Chris Clicks Photography…

Four former NHIAA All-State picks square off

EXETER – Four former NHIAA All-State selections from a season ago squared off in New England Prep School Athletic Cousil (NEPSAC) action when Hebron Academy (ME) took on Phillips Exeter Academy at Exeter High School on Saturday afternoon.

Tyler Bike (Trinity) and Isaiah Reese (Gilford) laced ’em up for Phillips Exeter, while Matt Canavan (Souhegan) and Kayden Laclair (Newport) took to the court for Hebron.

Check out photos of the action by our new contributor Chris LaClair of Chris Clicks Photography

Campbell rolls past Newport

Fifth-seeded Campbell pumped in 25 points in the second quarter and 23 in the third to roll to a 79-62 victory over #12 Newport in first round action of the NHIAA Boys Basketball Division III State Tournament on Tuesday night. 

The Cougars were led by Colton Martel’s 25 points and 15 apiece from Austin McHugh and Jackson Kanaley. 

Kayden LaClair netted a team-high 25 points for the Tigers, while Aaron Fellows (17) and Kyle Ashley (12) both had double-digit performances as well. Newport’s season ends at 7-10.

Campbell (13-4) will take on #4 Hopkinton on Friday in quarterfinal play.

Check out the full gallery by Todd Grzywacz of Stonewall Photography…

Cardinals claw out win over Tigers

In a slugfest that featured 43 team fouls, the Stevens boys came away with 48-44 win over Newport, on Monday night in Claremont. The Cardinals were led by a trio of double-figure scorers: Hunter LaRocque (13 points), Mason Ferland (12) and Devin Genes (10), while the Tigers were paced by 11 points from Christian Forsythe and 10 from Kayden LaClair.

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📰 Opening day is on the way

The wait is almost over. On Friday, December 10th, 84 of the 88 NHIAA boys varsity basketball teams will be in action with 42 games around the state as the 2021-22 season gets underway.

St. Thomas Aquinas hits the road to take on Hillsboro-Deering at 5:30 pm to mark the first official tilt of the new campaign. The Saints and Hillcats last squared off on February 28, 2020 in the regular-season finale as St. Thomas came away with an easy 72-46 victory at home.

Eight other contests tipoff at 6:00 pm, with 24 match-ups at 6:30 pm and nine more at 7:00 pm. It’s the most games on a single day all season long, so there’s no good reason to not get out and catch some local action on Friday night.

See you at the gym.

2021-22 Opening Day Action

Hillsboro-Deering vs St. Thomas AquinasDivision III
Laconia vs Oyster RiverDivision II
Belmont vs BerlinDivision III
Campbell vs Fall MountainDivision III
Gilford vs MonadnockDivision III
Kearsarge vs Mascoma ValleyDivision III
Franklin vs ProfileDivision IV
Exeter vs DoverDivision I
Manchester Memorial vs GoffstownDivision I
Nashua North vs KeeneDivision I
Trinity vs Manchester CentralDivision I
Alvirne vs MerrimackDivision I
Concord vs PinkertonDivision I
Winnacunnet vs PortsmouthDivision I
Spaulding vs SalemDivision I
Nashua South vs TimberlaneDivision I
ConVal vs HanoverDivision II
Pelham vs John StarkDivision II
Coe-Brown vs Manchester WestDivision II
Sanborn vs Merrimack ValleyDivision II
Milford vs PlymouthDivision II
Kingswood vs SouheganDivision II
Conant vs SomersworthDivision III
Newfound vs Prospect MountainDivision III
Raymond vs MascenicDivision III
White Mountains vs WinnisquamDivision III
Littleton vs GorhamDivision IV
Groveton vs Lin-WoodDivision IV
Holy Family vs NewmarketDivision IV
Derryfield vs NuteDivision IV
Pittsburg-Canaan vs WoodsvilleDivision IV
Bedford vs Bishop GuertinDivision I
Londonderry vs WindhamDivision I
Bow vs Bishop BradyDivision II
Pembroke vs LebanonDivision II
Hopkinton vs NewportDivision III
Portsmouth Christian vs FarmingtonDivision IV
Mount Royal vs HinsdaleDivision IV
Wilton-Lyndeborough vs PittsfieldDivision IV
Epping vs SunapeeDivision IV