N-P boys climb out of 14-point hole to win opener

Their season started out a bit rough, a 14-point deficit after one quarter kind of rough.

Then, Nashua-Plainfield’s boys basketball team flipped the story, outscoring Northwood-Kensett cutting their lead to 8 at the half, 33-25.

The Huskies went on win their season opener 60-57 Friday night on the road.

Three Huskies scored in double figures. Freshman Matthew Malven led with 20 points. He was 6 for 12 on 3-pointers.

Senior Bo Harrington scored 18 points and led the team in rebounds with 15 and steals with four. He sank four 3-pointers.

Senior Joel Winter scored 12, including two 3-pointers, followed by seniors Devin Johnson with 8 and Aiden Lamborn with 2.


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