MIAA & NEPSAC Scoreboard: 1/16/2015

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Boys’ basketball
Barnstable 66, Dartmouth 50
Bartlett 53, Northbridge 29
Billerica 64, Haverhill 60
Boston Latin 51, Lincoln-Sudbury 43
Bourne 70, Dighton-Rehoboth 59
Brewster 55, St. Paul’s 44
Brockton 98, Bridgewater-Raynham 68
Brookline 52, Framingham 47
Cambridge 88, Acton-Boxborough 48
Dover-Sherborn 60, Holliston 43
Dracut 73, Chelmsford 65
Durfee 87, New Bedford 72
Gloucester 66, Revere 58
Granby 48, Ludlow 43
Hopkinton 69, Norton 39
King Philip 60, North Attleboro 48
Leicester 55, Millbury 36
Lenox 65, Drury 62
Lunenburg 59, Gardner 43
Marshfield 62, Nauset 49
Minuteman 76, Shawsheen 62
Nipmuc 51, Whitinsville Christian 40
Old Rochester 73, Case 38
Pembroke 75, North Quincy 65
Pentucket 64, Ipswich 55
Plymouth North 85, Whitman-Hanson 72
Quabbin 55, Nashoba 50 (2 OT)
Quaboag 63, Auburn 40
Randolph 70, Abington 57
Sandwich 63, Falmouth 38
St. John’s-Shrewsbury 94, Worcester North 65
Sutton 62, Blackstone-Millville 19
Tahanto 60, West Boylston 55
Taunton 66, Attleboro 36
Thayer 54, Governor’s 52
Tyngsboro 59, Clinton 48
Uxbridge 63, Southbridge 48
Watertown 78, Melrose 58
Wellesley 73, Natick 41
Westborough 72, Hudson 42
Westwood 59, Ashland 46
Worcester Academy 60, Lawrence Academy 58
Worcester South 44, Doherty 43
Worcester Tech 76, Nashoba Tech 53



Girls’ basketball
Abington 75, Randolph 46
Acton-Boxborough 53, Cambridge 51
Athol 55, Frontier 33
Attleboro 53, Taunton 40
Ayer-Shirley 53, Maynard 51
Beverly 49, Swampsott 32
Billerica 64, Methuen 32
Bourne 41, Dighton-Rehoboth 36
Brookline 48, Framingham 42
Burlington 47, Wakefield 46
Dartmouth 40, Barnstable 22
Diman 51, Bristol-Plymouth 31
Durfee 73, New Bedford 43
Greater Lowell 52, Lowell Catholic 50
Hopkinton 70, Norton 39
Lawrence Academy 70, Winsor 43
Lexington Christian 53, Berwick 35
Marshfield 56, Nauset 32
Milton 40, Dedham 25
Nashoba Tech 41, Worcester Tech 28
Peabody 53, Saugus 34
Pittsfield 44, Wahconah 38
Sabis 63, Hoosac Valley 60
Shawsheen 43, Minuteman 13
Shepherd Hill 63, Leominster 45
Wachusett 45, Algonquin 38
Walpole 67, Norwood 65
West Bridgewater 27, Westport 24 (OT)
Westwood 51, Ashland 32
Worcester Academy 61, Northfield Mount Hermon 59

Boys’ hockey
Berwick 3, Brewster 0
New Hampton 4, Dexter 4
Westborough 6, Dedham 1

Girls’ hockey
New Hampton 2, BB&N 0

MIAA & NEPSAC Scoreboard: 1/15/2015

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Boys’ basketball
Amherst 56, Holyoke 44
Braintree 74, Weymouth 47
Brighton 82, Latin Academy 66
Catholic Memorial 80, St. John’s Prep 68
Central Catholic 69, Sutton 53
Charlestown 59, East Boston 54
Chicopee 76, Northampton 52
Chicopee Comp 60, Minnechaug 52
Easthampton 74, Dean Tech 57
Frontier 45, Mohawk 41
Gateway 57, Franklin Tech 54
Leominster 80, Shepherd Hill 72
Longmeadow 75, Sabis 59
Mashpee 53, Cape Cod Academy 51
McCann Tech 62, Smith Voke 53
Monson 67, Palmer 38
Newton North 66, Needham 50
Putnam 59, Springfield Central 43
Smith Academy 80, Athol 34

Girls’ basketball
Billerica 55, Bedford 50
Ludlow 52, Palmer 39
North Middlesex 57, Leominster 54
Taconic 57, Lenox 30
Tantasqua 55, Oxford 24



Boys’ hockey
Agawam 4, Ludlow 3
BC High 5, Arlington Catholic 3
Shawsheen 8, Minuteman 0
Wachusett 6, St. Peter-Marian 2
Westfield 7, Minnechaug 3

Boys’ swimming
Bishop Stang 94, Durfee 90
Duxbury 89, Quincy/North Quincy 81
Nantucket 94, Sandwich 86
Norwell 66, Cohasset 65
Renaissance 77, Ludlow 28

Girls’ swimming
Duxbury 53, North Quincy 38
Duxbury 65, Quincy 33
Ludlow 140, Renaissance 12
Nantucket 93, Sandwich 76
Norwell 83, Cohasset 79

Co-ed swimming
Tyngsborough/Groton-Dunstable 96, Shrewsbury 83

Wrestling
BC High 42, Boston Latin 25

Boys’ indoor track
Central Catholic 63, Chelmsford 32
Greater New Bedford 72, Wareham 14

Girls’ indoor track
Weymouth 57, Framingham 34

Gymnastics
Barnstable 140, Falmouth/Mashpee 137
Westford 139.25, Andover 138.25

Girls’ basketball: G-D gets by Westborough despite inconsistency

GROTON – The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders defeated the Westborough Rangers, 59-46, at G-DRHS Tuesday night. But despite the double-digit margin, there were some anxious moments.

The Crusaders’ best play on both ends of the ball came in the second quarter, in which they outscored the Rangers 21-4 and didn’t allow a point until there was 1:15 left. They made four threes and exhibited great ball movement leading to plenty of wide-open looks. It could have been even more lopsided, given that they forced 10 Westborough turnovers in that period alone, but they were inconsistent in converting those opportunities into points at the other end.

“Those things are going to come and go, but I liked the energy,” G-D head coach Mark Hennelly said. “The effort and the ball movement were good, and I’ll live with that.”

The Rangers made it interesting in the fourth quarter. Down by 20 entering the final frame, they went on a 10-0 run in the first four minutes. Eventually the Crusaders, after scoring their first points of the quarter with four minutes left, would come back with a 7-0 run to put the game out of reach, and Hennelly brought in his second-stringers.

“Mentally, we were in a place where we were all set,” Hennelly said. “We thought we had won, we thought the game was over, we shut down, and [Westborough] decided that they wanted to play the fourth quarter.”



Rebounding was an issue for the Crusaders in the second half, as Westborough came back strong and evened the rebounding totals at 33 per side by game’s end.

“I’m not thrilled with the overall effort,” Hennelly added. “I’m thrilled with certain aspects of it. We played a great second quarter, but I’m not pleased with our defensive rebounding in the second half. We’ve got to be better.”

Three Crusaders scored in double digits: Jenna Plausse (14 points, five rebounds), Lindsay Werner (13 points, six assists, four steals, four rebounds), and Melyssa Langell (11 points, three rebounds). Hanna Van Pelt also had a nice game with nine points and seven rebounds.

The Rangers, who have no seniors on their roster, were led by forwards Melissa Mitrovich (15 points, nine rebounds, two blocks) and Kaylie Doherty (six points, 10 rebounds).

“They’re bigger players, which we just have to deal with,” Hennelly said. “We’re always going to be the smaller team, so we’ve got to box out, and we’ve got to maintain intensity. We don’t have the size to just relax and hope that balls are going to fall in our hands.”

The Crusaders improved to 6-4, 3-1 in Mid-Wach B play.

MIAA & NEPSAC Scoreboard: 1/14/2015

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Boys’ basketball
Cambridge 70, Newton South 57
Chicopee 69, Commerce 56
Dartmouth 60, Westport 44
Marianaopolis 72, Holderness 69
Phillips Exeter 73, Phillips Andover 35
Plymouth South 60, North Quincy 59
Portsmouth Abbey 61, Bancroft 48
Sturgis West 49, Old Colony 45
Whitman-Hanson 79, Quincy 74
Worcester Academy 73, Proctor 45
Worcester North 62, St. Peter-Marian 42

Girls’ basketball
Dartmouth 57, Fairhaven 22
Doherty 45, St. Bernard’s 43
Dover-Sherborn 40, Hopedale 21
Duxbury 60, Hingham 44
Falmouth 50, Fontbonne 38
Holy Name 66, St. Peter-Marian 43
Kimball Union 59, Proctor 53
Littleton 56, Tahanto 41
Monson 52, Southbridge 30
Old Colony 52, Southeastern 36
Phillips Andover 52, Brewster 40
Quincy 47, Whitman-Hanson 28
Rivers 54, Governor’s 31
Upper Cape 57, Cape Cod Tech 30

Boys’ hockey
Algonquin 3, Hudson 0
Andover 4, Westford Academy 2
Apponequet 4, Greater New Bedford 0
Arlington 7, Lexington 2
Arlington Catholic 3, Billerica 0
Ashland 1, Hopkinton 0
Assabet 7, Gardner 0
Austin Prep 6, Archbishop Williams 1
Brewster 5, Kents Hill 2
Brooks 4, St. George’s 1
Burlington 5, Wakefield 0
Canton 6, Stoughton 0
Cape Cod Tech/Cape Cod Academy 10, Wareham 3
Cohasset 8, Cardinal Spellman 0
Concord-Carlisle 4, Boston Latin 1
Dracut 6, Lowell 0
Duxbury 6, Plymouth North 2
Falmouth 5, Dennis-Yarmouth 0
Framingham 8, Newton North 1
Franklin 6, Mansfield 1
Gloucester 4, Lynn 2
Leicester/Worcester 5, St. Bernard’s 1
Lunenburg 3, Grafton 2
Marian/Keefe 4, East Boston 2
Marshfield 4, Sandwich 0
Mashpee/Monomoy 5, Middleboro/Hull 3
Methuen 3, Haverhill 0
Natick 2, Norwood 0
Nauset 2, Abington 1
Newburyport 3, Amesbury 0
Newton South 3, Bedford 1
North Andover 7, Medford 0
North Attleboro 6, Attleboro 0
North Middlesex 4, Marlborough 1
North Quincy 1, Hanover 1
North Reading 6, Lynnfield 3
Northeast 9, Rockport 1
Norwell 6, East Bridgewater 0
Oakmont 3, Northbridge 2
Oliver Ames 4, Milford 2
Peabody 3, Beverly 2
Rockland 7, South Shore 0
Roxbury Latin 7, Moses Brown 3
Salem 4, Revere 0
Shawsheen 3, Mystic Valley 0
Shrewsbury 4, Leominster 2
Somerset Berkley 4, Martha’s Vineyard 3
Springfield Cathedral 12, St. John’s-Shrewsbury 1
St. Mary’s 4, Lowell Catholic 3
Swampscott 4, Everett 2
Tewksbury 4, Lincoln-Sudbury 1
Triton 4, Pentucket 2
Walpole 3, Dedham 0
Waltham 3, Central Catholic 3
Wayland 5, Weston 2
Weymouth 8, Brookline 0
Winchester 4, Belmont 1
Winthrop 2, Danvers 1



Girls’ hockey
Archbishop Williams 2, Shrewsbury 0
Austin Prep 5, Andover 0
Boston Latin 2, Lincoln-Sudbury 1
Burlington 5, Wakefield 3
Cambridge 3, Wayland/Weston 3
Cohasset/Hanover 6, Latin Academy 2
Concord-Carlisle 2, Waltham 1
Cushing 6, Brewster 4
King Philip 3, Norwell 0
Marshfield 4, Bourne/Mashpee/Wareham 1
Masconomet 3, Medford 0
Milton 4, Wellesley 3
Needham 4, Braintree 0
Newton North 3, Framingham 3
Peabody 7, Bishop Fenwick 1
Springfield Cathedral 5, Auburn 3
Tabor 5, BB&N 4
Walpole 3, Dedham 3
Watertown/Belmont 2, Melrose 0
Westwood 6, Dover-Sherborn 3
Weymouth 7, Brookline 3
Winchendon 6, Proctor 1

Swimming
BC High 87, Malden Catholic 81
Haverhill 102, Chelmsford 81
Silver Lake 92, Pembroke 65 (Boys)
Silver Lake 97, Pembroke 63 (Girls)

Wrestling
Central Catholic 55, Tewksbury 24
Chelmsford 67, Andover 3
Westford 47, Concord-Carlisle 21
Winchester 54, Lexington 10