As the final seconds dwindled away, Windham point guard Riley Desmarais drove past his defender into the lane and dished a no-look pass to a wide-open Rocky Heres. Heres then converted the game-winning laup with two seconds left to give the Jags a thrilling 44-43 win over Trinity on Friday.
Lancers play tough
Jackson Cox led the Londonderry boys basketball team with 10 points in a 59-43 loss to Keene on Friday. Keene’s Alex Opsahl led all scorers with 13 points, Logan Patnode had 12 and Tate Matte had 10.
Jaguar pair dazzles
Both Ali Schiebel and Sarah Dempsey poured in 16 points to lead Windham girls basketball to a 46-40 win over Londonderry last Tuesday. The Jaguars move to an impressive 3-0 in their first season in Division 1.
Graves’ big day
Pinkerton track standout Amelia Graves scored in all four of her events during Saturday’s meet at Dartmouth, helping the Astros take second as a team. She won the 300, came in second in the 55-meter dash and anchored both the winning 4x400 and 4x200 relay team. Other Astros who won events were Emily Lesburt in the high jump, Adrianna Buccieri in the shot put and Macy Graves in the 600m.
Shay shines in loss
Courtney Shay led the Londonderry girls basketball team with 22 points and seven rebounds in a 63-53 loss to Keene on Friday. Michelle Marino had 10 points, five rebounds and five steals.
Verrier sparks Jaguars
Freshman Sam Verrier recorded the first of six Windham pins, in 53 seconds at 113 pounds, to spark Windham to its third straight win, 48-31 over Keene last Wednesday.
Sophomore Jake Masterson scored his first varsity goal to lead Pinkerton hockey to an 8-2 win over Nashua South-Pelham. Brendon Brooks and Patrick Last each scored twice for the undefeated Astros (4-0).