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Farmington wins OT thriller, punches ticket to semis

Fourth-seeded Farmington is headed back to the state semifinals for the first time since 1989 and the third time in program history as the Tigers survived an overtime thriller versus #5 Woodsville, 55-47, on Friday night in quarterfinal action of the Division IV state tournament.

Farmington advances to the semifinals to take on undefeated top seed Littleton on Tuesday night at 7:30 pm at Bedford High School.

The Tigers came ready to play as they jumped out to a 12-7 lead after one quarter of action and later led 22-16 at the half. Sophomore Anna Cardinal poured in eight points in the 3rd quarter alone, including 2 threes, for Farmington as the home team took a 34-29 lead to the 4th.

The Engineers weren’t done, however. Woodsville would erase an 8-point deficit, 39-31, to force overtime at 45-45.

The four-minute overtime frame to determine a trip to the final four belonged to the Tigers. Farmington outscored the Engineers, 10-2, in the extra session to come away with the big win in front of a packed crowd. The Tigers were just 10-22 (45.5%) from the free throw line in regulation, but went 4-6 in OT to help secure the win.

Madi Ricker led the Tigers with 15 points, while Cardinal (14), Shaylee DiPrizio (13) and Zoey Johnson (9) were all key contributors as well. Woodsville was paced by a game-high 17 points from Makayla Walker and 14 from Paige Royer.

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Woodsville upsets Derryfield, advances to semifinals

No. 6 Woodsville went on the road and defeated No. 3 Derryfield, 61-52, on Thursday night in quarterfinal action of the NHIAA Division IV Boys Basketball State Tournament in Manchester.

The three-time defending champion Engineers advance to the semifinals where they will take on No. 2 Littleton on Monday at Bedford High School at 5:30 pm.

Connor Newcomb led Woodsville with 22 points, while Ryan Walker added 19. The Cougars were paced by a game-high 23 points from Jack Krasnof and 13 from Alex Drake.

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Woodsville downs Hinsdale, advances to quarterfinals

No. 6 Woodsville started slow, but finished strong, as the three-time defending state champions began their title defense with a 55-32 win over #11 Hinsdale in first round action of the NHIAA Division IV State Tournament on Monday night.

The Engineers advance to the quarterfinals where they will take on #3 Derryfield on Thursday.

Woodsville and the Pacers were knotted at 7-7 after the first quarter of play before the Jamie Walker’s squad turned up the heat.

Woodsville would outscore Hinsdale 14-5 in the 2nd quarter, 13-6 in the 3rd and 21-14 in the 4th to come away with the 23-point victory.

Leading the way for the Engineers was Landon Kingsbury with a game-high 15 points, while Ryan Walker (12), Mike Hogan (10) and Connor Newcomb (10) all contributed with double-digits. The Pacers were paced by 9 from Chris Colon. Brayden Eastman was held to just 2 points for Hinsdale.

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Woodsville pulls away from Gorham

Woodsville led by just three at the half, but outscored host Gorham 34-18 in the second half to pull away for a 51-32 win on Tuesday night.

The Engineers were led by 13 points from Paige Royer and 11 from Grace Griswold. Sarah Godin netted a game-high 15 points for the Huskies to lead all scorers.

With the win, Woodsville improves to 12-5 on the season, while Gorham falls to 4-12.

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Langlois lifts Gorham past Woodsville

Isaac Langlois poured in a game-high 30 points, including the 1,000th of his career, to lead Gorham to a big Division IV victory over visiting Woodsville, 55-50, on Tuesday night.

Langlois connected on six triples to lead the Huskies. The Engineers were paced by 13 points apiece from Landon Kingsbury & Connor Newcomb, while Ryan Walker added 10.

With the win, Gorham improves to 9-6 on the season and sits in 9th place in the D-IV standings. Woodsville has now dropped back-to-back games for the second time this season and falls to 12-4, 5th in the standings.

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Woodsville pulls away from Groveton in the 4th

Visiting Woodsville pulled away from Groveton in the 4th quarter on Saturday to come away with a 55-43 win.

Landon Kingsbury led the way for the Engineers scoring 20 points, going 12/13 at the line, while Connor Newcomb added 12. Hunter Parks had a team high of 11 for the Eagles. 

With the win, Woodsville improves to 11-2 on the season, while the Eagles (7-7) fall to .500 on the year.

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Woodsville survives strong second-half by Gorham

Woodsville led by 13 points at the half and survived a strong second half by visiting Gorham to come away with a slim 55-53 victory over visiting Gorham on Friday night.

The host Engineers jumped out to a 13-8 lead after one quarter and later took a 29-16 lead to the locker room at the half. The Huskies came out firing to start the 3rd quarter as Isaac Langlois pumped in three trifectas in the frame to cut the Woodsville lead to four, 41-37.

Gorham won the final quarter, 16-14, but the Huskies’ come-back bid came up just short.

The Engineers were led by a game-high 23 points from Landon Kingsbury, while Ryan Walker (14) and Jack Boudreault (13) also added double digits. Gorham was paced by Langlois’ 18 points and 15 from Brendan Saladino.

With the win, Woodsville stretches its win streak to five games and improves to 9-2 on the season. The Huskies fall to 6-5.

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Engineers roll past visiting Mohawks

Woodsville handed Colebrook their fourth-straight loss on the season as the Engineers rolled to a 63-44 victory at home on Thursday night.

Landon Kingsbury paced Woodsville with 19 points, while Ryan Walker added 12 and Jack Boudreault had 11. Kolten Dowse scored 19 as well for the Mohawks.

With the win, the Engineers improve to 6-2 on the season, while Colebrook falls to 4-4

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