HARDWICK — Alleigh Gabaree had 11 points and 17 rebounds (11 offensive) and Lizzie Brown added 14 points as the Hazen Wildcats won their fifth straight game, this one a 56-39 victory over Division III BFA-Fairfax on Friday night.

Also helping the balanced Wildcats: Kiley Currier (11 points), Natalie Geoffroy (nine), Letty Hill (eight).

“We usually come out flat, but tonight we came out ready to go,” said HU coach Tanya MacAuley, whose team led 30-15 at the break. “Our full-court pressure helped us keep our intensity.”

Hazen is at rival Peoples on Tuesday night at 7:30.

BFA (5-6): Ali Irish 6-2-16, Grace Keogh 1-1-3, Jaycee Douglas 3-1-7, Paige Superneau 1-0-2, Cassidy Superneau 0-3-3, Gabby Jones 1-0-2, Faith Orton 2-0-4, Emily Allard 1-0-2. Totals: 15-FG 7-19-FT 37.

HAZEN (10-1): Lizzie Brown 3-7-14, Abby Ewen 1-0-3, Natalie Geoffroy 4-0-9, Kiley Currier 4-1-11, Alleigh Gabaree 4-3-11, Letty Hill 3-0-8. Totals: 19-FG 11-23-FT 56.

BFA 8 7 12 12 — 39

HU 12 18 12 14 — 56

3-Point FG: B 2 (Irish 2); H 7 (Hill 2, Currier 2, Geoffery, Brown, Ewen). Total Fouls: B 17, H 20. Fouled Out: B, Orton; H, Harley Papineau. Technicals: B, coach Torville. JV: BFA won.

DANVILLE 35, RICHFORD 29: In Danville, Laci Sandvil had a game-high 10 points to lead the Indians to their third straight win after starting the season 0-3.

Carlie Beliveau and Colleen Flinn each added seven points for the Indians, who opened a 16-2 lead after the first quarter. Danville was outscored 13-4 in the third, but managed to hold on for the triumph.

The Indians take on BFA-Fairfax on the road Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

RICHFORD (1-7): Ch. Greenwood 3-2-9, Snider 0-1-1, Ca. Greenwood 0-2-2, Traigo 1-0-3, Archembault 1-3-5, Hurtubise 3-0-7, Johnson 1-0-2. Totals: 9-FG 8-23-FT 26.

DANVILLE (3-3): Colleen Flinn 2-3-7, Laci Sandvil 3-3-10, Rylie Cadieux 2-2-6, Halie Tillotson 2-0-5, Carlie Beliveau 3-1-7. Totals: 12-FG 9-20-FT 35.

RHS 2 8 13 6 — 29

DHS 16 8 4 7 — 35

3-Point FG: R 3 (Ch. Greenwod, Traigo, Hurtubise); D 2 (Sandvil, Tillotson). Total Fouls: R 19, D20. Fouled Out: R, Snider.

LITTLETON 63, DERRYFIELD 27: In Manchester, Laney Hadlock pumped in 20 points and Lexi Walker added 11 as the Crusaders overcame a slow start to rout the host Cougars and push their record to 11-0.

Littleton trailed 10-9 after the first quarter, but outscored the Coogs 41-12 in the middle two quarters.

“Derryfield came out with a lot of energy,” said LHS coach Dale Prior. “We finally started to move ball better against their 2-3 zone. Lexi and Gabbie [Leavitt] in the third quarter hit five jump shots and that opened it up for Laney inside in the second half.”

The Crusaders are at rival White Mountains on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

LHS (11-0): Lexi Walker 5-1-11, Olivia Corrigan 1-0-2, Maddie Dumont 3-2-8, Gabbie Leavitt 3-0-7, Laney Hadlock 8-4-20, Jasmine Brown 4-1-9, Lauren McKee 1-0-2, Grace Webster 1-0-2, Nicoria Johnson 1-0-2. Totals: 27-FG 8-12-FT 63.

DHS (8-3): Plage 1-0-2, Indani 1-0-2, Lemeries 4-0-10, Meschkat 0-1-1, Strong 5-2-12. Totals: 11-FG 3-8-FT 27.

LHS 9 21 20 13 — 63

DHS 10 6 6 5 — 27

3-Point FG: L 1 (Leavitt); D 2 (Lemeries). Total Fouls: L 6, D 12. Fouled Out: D, Glosner.

GROVETON 60, SUNAPEE 36: In Groveton, the Eagles ran the Lakers out of the gym in winning their fourth straight game. “We ran the floor well all night long, that was the difference,” Eagles coach Tim Haskins said. “We took the ball aggressively to the hoop,” resulting in 32 free throws for the hosts.

Junior Katelyn Desilets had 15 points and 10 rebounds. Senior Brooke Routhier added 13, and junior Bethany Whiting (10) and sophomore Nodia Davenport combined for 19 more.With a game-high 18 points, Cari Piercer scored half of Sunapee’s points.

Now in fifth place in D-IV, the 9-2 Eagles next visit Moultonborough Tuesday.

SUNAPEE (4-7): Fiona Nolan 1-0-2, Cari Pierce 5-6-18, Kelsey Couitt 0-1-1, Vanessa Pollair 0-1-1, Anah Durkee 2-0-5, Miah Hamm 4-0-9. Totals: 12-FG 8-14-FT 36

GROVETON (9-2): Brooke Routhier 5-3-13, Mercedes Martin 1-1-3, Lauren St. Cyr 1-0-3, Katelyn Desilets 5-4-15, Nodia Davenport 4-1-9, Paige Roy 1-0-2, Emmalee Deblois 1-2-4, Bethany Whiting 3-4-10, Lauren Tyler 0-1-1. Totals: 21-FG 16-32-FT 60.

SHS 9 12 4 11 — 36

GHS 13 18 16 13 — 60

3-Point FG: S 4 (Pierce 2, Durkee, Hamm); G 2 (St. Cyr, Desilets). Total Fouls: S 23, G 12. Fouled Out: S, Hamm, Couitt.

LISBON 70, PITTSFIELD 30: In Pittsfield, Chloe Houston and Elena Veilleux each had 12 points as nine Lisbon Panthers scored in their blowout win.

Sara Brown added 10 and Graci Kaiser nine for Lisbon, which plays at Profile on Wednesday night at 5:30.

“The girls played very well defensively forcing many turnovers,” said Lisbon coach Nicole Woods. “Chloe had a good game inside and many points were scored off the fast break. The whole bench got plenty of playing time, which was nice.”

LISBON (6-5): Elena Veilleux 5-1-12, Sara Brown 3-3-10, Peyton Clark 2-1-3, Moriah Jellison 1-1-3, Kiara Burke 3-0-6, Graci Kaiser 4-1-9, Chloe Houston 6-0-12, Kiley Hill 2-2-6, Kaylee Locke 3-1-7. Totals: 29-FG 10-29-FT 70.

PITTSFIELD (1-11): Lee 3-0-6, Prentice 1-0-2, Ellis 1-0-2, Lemay 2-0-6, Gilleney 5-1-14. Totals: 12-FG 3-5-FT 30.

LRS 20 13 21 16 — 70

PHS 4 14 3 9 — 30

3-Point FG: L 2 (Veilleux, Brown); P 3 (Gilleney).

BOYS HOOPS

WMR 53, BELMONT 43: In Belmont, Zeke Pribbernow had 21 points and 11 rebounds and Griffin Crane added 11 points and seven boards as the Spartans picked up a key Division III road win, and their third straight overall.

Jack Curtis added seven assists and five points for WMR, which lit out to a 19-10 first-quarter lead.

“Griffin had some crucial offensive rebounds in the fourth,” said WMR coach Mike Curtis. “Jack did a nice job distributing the ball and running the offense. Connor [Bosse] and Buddy [Lachance] played tremendous defense and Buddy had some big baskets in the third.

“This was the best we played on the defensive end and the guys played for each other tonight. It was nice to play well against a good D-III team.”

The Spartans host rival and unbeaten Littleton on Tuesday night at 5:30.

WMR (6-3): Buddy Lachance 4-3-11, Jack Curtis 2-1-5, Zeke Pribbernow 10-1-21, Hunter McLeod 1-2-4, Connor Bosse 0-1-1, Griffin Crane 5-0-11. Totals: 22-FG 7-13-FT 53.

BHS (5-3): Embree 5-4-14, Ruelle 1-0-3, Sprague 1-0-2, Rupp 2-2-6, Landry 3-0-9, Magerer 1-0-2, Thurber 2-2-6. Totals: 15-FG 8-9-FT 43.

WMR 19 9 14 11 — 53

BHS 10 12 13 8 — 43

3-Point FG: W 2 (Curtis, Crane); B 5 (Landry 3, Embree, Ruelle). Total Fouls: W 11, 16. Fouled Out: B, Embree.

GROVETON 62, SUNAPEE 47: In Groveton, Gavin Simpson scored a season high 29 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Eagles.

Josh Wheelock added 13 points and 18 rebounds as Groveton (7-3) won its fourth straight.

The Eagles trailed 19-11 after the first quarter, pulled within two at halftime, and outscored the Lakers 36-19 in the second half.

Groveton sealed the win at the foul line, making 21 of 29 free throw attempts, including 12 of 16 in the fourth quarter.

“We had a few steals, some layups, Simpson got some stuff down low and we made our foul shots at the end,” said Groveton head coach Mark Collins summing up the win.

Jordan Chappell scored 27 points before fouling out to lead Sunapee (6-2) who lost their second straight.

Groveton plays at Moultonborough at 6:30 p.m. Thursday

GHS (7-3): Matt St. Cyr 3-3-9; Josh Wheelock 3-7-13; Julian Kenison 4-0-9; Gavin Simpson 9-11-29; Chris Corliss 1-0-2. Totals: 20-FG 21-29-FT 62.

SHS (6-2): Brady Grzanna 2-0-4; Kevin Nolan 2-0-4; Matthew Nangeroni 1-0-2; Mac Cahill 1-0-2; Jordan Chappell 11-4-27; Zach Belisle 2-0-6; Harper Flint 1-0-2. Totals: 20-FG 4-9-FT 47

GHS 11 15 16 20 — 62

SHS 19 9 11 8 — 47

3-Point Shots: G 1 (Kenison), S 3 (Belisle 2, Chapell). Team Fouls: G 11, S 19. Fouled Out: S, Chappell, Grzanna.

LITTLETON 56, DERRYFIELD 42: After a slow start in Derryfield, the undefeated Crusaders found their stride and blew the game open with a big third quarter.

“They played zones we hadn’t seen all year, but once we figured them out, we played pretty well,” LHS coach Trevor Howard said after the team firmed up its hold on first place in D-IV. “Todd Krol-Corliss hit all four of his threes in the third, that helped to break it open.” Krol-Corliss had 14 points to supplement the output by Parker Briggs (20) and Danny Kubkowski (19).

Next for the Crusaders (10-0) is a Tuesday game at D-III White Mountains Regional.

LITTLETON (10-0): Parker Paradice 1-0-2, Parker Briggs 8-3-20, Todd Krol-Corliss 5-0-14, Danny Kubkowski 8-2-19, Jason Brammer 2-0-4, Landon Bromley 2-2-7, Totals: 26-FG 7-10-FT 56.

DERRYFIELD (5-3): Plotska 1-0-2, Santee 1-0-2, Pryor 2-2-6, Byron 8-0-19, Kline 2-0-4, Gonzalez 1-3-5, Kapernick 2-0-4. Totals: 17-FG 5-9-FT 42.

LHS 11 14 28 13 — 56

DHS 13 7 8 14 — 42

3-Point FG: L 7 (Krol-Corliss 4, Briggs, Bromley Kubkowski); D 3 (Byron). Total Fouls: L 11, D 10.

PITTSFIELD 74, LISBON 42: In a contest of Panthers in Pittsfield, the hosts were a step ahead all night – especially in a dominant third quarter, when they put the game away. The winners connected on 10 3-pointers.

“They played at a speed we don’t normally see up north,” Lisbon coach Sam Natti said. “They have good athletes all over the floor. Their crowd was really loud like a basketball crowd should be. Our guys just weren’t ready for it.” Camden Burt (16) and Jared Jesseman combined for 29 for Lisbon.

The Lisbon Panthers take a 5-5 record into their next game Wednesday at Profile.

LISBON (5-5): Austin Fisher 2-0-4, Logan Trahan 1-1-3, Jared Jesseman 5-1-13, Camden Burt 5-5-16, Jacob Deem 3-0-6. Totals: 16-FG 7-11-FT 42

PITTSFIELD (8-2): Jesse MacGlashing 4-1-11, Chandler Norris 2-3-8, Tyler Prentice 3-5-11, Corey Gillaney 1-2-4, Devin Bedell 4-0-12, Spencer Strout 0-3-3, Dylan Bocash 3-5-13, Jah Gordon 5-0-12. Totals: 22-FG 19-27-FT 74.

LRS 12 4 14 12 — 42

PHS 18 26 8 22 — 74

3-Point FG: L 3 (Jesseman 2, Burt); P 10 (MacGlashing 2, Norris, Bedell 4, Bocash 2, Gordon 2. Total Fouls: L 22, P 12.

LAMOILLE 39, LAKE REGION 37: In Hyde Park, Dylan Gagnon and Drew Drageset each had 12 points for Lake Region, which absorbed a tough defeat in a matchup of two of the upper-tier squads in Division II.

Lamoille (7-2) rallied from a six-point halftime deficit, outscoring the Rangers 24-16 in the second half. Hunter Wells had nine points (all in the second half) and Kolby Picard added eight for the Lancers.

Isaiah Braithwhite (seven), Keith Herman (four) and Connor Lanou (two) rounded out the Rangers’ scoring.

LRU (7-3) is at Harwood on Wednesday night at 7.

H.S. ALPINE SKIING

JAY PEAK GS: Lyndon Institute junior Lena Sauter won for the fourth time in as many races. Further results were incomplete at press time as to team scores and skier times in this meet held in good conditions on the Haynes trail.

The Hilltoppers next take to the hill on Friday at the Burke GS skimeister. That’s also the Lyndon Vikings’ next meet, now that their Monday race with North Country and others has been postponed, coach John Kresser said.

Girls top 10: 1. Lena Sauter, LI 1:21.59; 2. Olivia Zubarik, CVU; 3. Annika Sochia, Independent; 4. Jane Goodrich, SJA; 5. Avery Tomczyk, SJA; 6. Vicky Valentine, LI; 7. Emma McMahan, CVU: 8. Keating Maurer, SJA; 9. Claire Goldman, CVU; 10. Jena Fillion, LI.

Boys top 10: 1. Camden Chiari, SB 1:19.88; 2. Hugo Hong, SJA; 3. Jack Willard, Independent (LI); 4. Sean Gilliam, CVU; 5. David Kantor, LI; 6. Leo Desrochers, SJA; 7. Camdyn Meigs, SJA; 8. Cody Van Dine, SJA; 9. Adam Kruszyna, Independent; 10. Elias Cooper, Independent.

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