Local Roundup: Schiebel leads Jags to first D1 win

TIM JEAN/Staff photoWindham's Ali Schiebel had a team-high 11 points to lead the Jaguars to their first win in Division 1.

Div. 1 debut

The Windham girls basketball team opened its first season in Division 1 at Winnacunnet with a 41-20 win last Tuesday. Ali Schiebel had 11 points and 4 assists and Sarah Dempsey had 10 points and 7 rebounds.

Lancers skate to tie

Londonderry’s boys hockey team skated to a 2-2 tie with Bedford on Saturday. The Lancers (1-0-1) knotted the score for the second time early in the third period when Cole Ferguson found the back of the net off an assist from Austin Cardosi. Brandon Savage scored Londonderry’s first goal in the second period, and goalie Cam Donovan came up big for his team in the overtime period.


Kane leads way

Brooke Kane led the way with 22 points, including three 3-pointers, and ruled the boards as Pinkerton clipped Manchester Central 56-40 last Tuesday.


Lancers take fifth

Londonderry wrestling took fifth overall and first among New Hampshire schools at its Holiday Tournament on Saturday, finishing with 143 points. The Lancers received runner-up performances from Ben Psaledas (195 pounds), Michael Watts (170 pounds) and Sean Wilson (120 pounds).


Fast work

Pinkerton had seven pins in the first minute in a 66-6 rout of Manchester Memorial last Wednesday, led by heavyweight Nick Fortunata’s 16-second fall.


Milestone win

Kyle Westfall turned in 29 saves and Windham earned its first victory as a member of Division 1 with a 2-1 win over Bishop Guertin on Saturday. Alex Tunik and Tommy Langlois each scored a goal for the winners.


Dane has a day

Newcoming sophomore Ryan Dane got on the podium four times as Pinkerton track beat out seven other teams to win a meet at UNH on Saturday. The speedster took first in the 55 dash (6.84), second in the 300 (39.24), fourth as part of a leg in the 4x160 relay (1:17.84) and sixth in the long jump 18-8.75.

Astros take second

Timberlane wrestling pulled away from Pinkerton to capture the Nor’Easter Invitational at Hollis-Brookline on Saturday. The Owls finished with 233.5 points with Pinkerton next with 197 in the 22-team field. For Pinkerton, Kyle Setzer pinned his way to the 195-pound title and Walker Stinson, Tyler Mackiernan, Sterling McLaughlin and heavyweight Robbie Fahey all took second.

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