Friday high school scoreboard and highlights – Boston Herald

Boys Basketball

Attleboro 63, Canton 55

Beaver Country Day 71, Concord Academy 21

Beverly 58, Swampscott 48

Bishop Stang 61, Durfee 54

Boston Latin 76, Wayland 61

Brighton 92, C.A.S.H. 27

Brockton 68, Quincy 48

Burlington 70, Wilmington 45

Dartmouth 69, Bourne 62

Dennis-Yarmouth 58, Cape Cod Academy 46

Dracut 73, Chelmsford 68

Excel 58, Cathedral 52

Franklin 56, Milford 34

Gloucester 45, Marblehead 39

Greater Lowell 71, Lynn Tech 39

Hanover 71, Pembroke 64

Hingham 64, Whitman-Hanson 62

King Philip 86, Sharon 84

KIPP 66, PMA 28

Latin Academy 76, Boston United 46

Lawrence 77, North Andover 57

Lexington 52, Belmont 43

Lynn Classical 59, Salem 56

Malden Catholic 71, Winthrop 36

Masconomet 56, Triton 43

Medford 61, Minuteman 38

Medway 51, Medfield 46

Melrose 63, Stoneham 44

Milton 76, Framingham 51

Monomoy 59, Nauset 53

New Mission 88, Randolph 75

Newton North 70, Walpole 36

North Attleboro 57, Taunton 55

Norwood 53, Dover-Sherborn 51

Oliver Ames 64, Stoughton 41

Peabody 52, Danvers 29

Pentucket 56, Lynnfield 39

Plymouth North 68, Sandwich 53

South Shore Voke 58, Sacred Heart 30

St. Joseph’s 63, Salem Academy Charter 57

Thayer 80, St. Paul’s 60

Upper Cape 55, Tri-County 37

Wakefield 49, Watertown 47

Waltham 74, Concord-Carlisle 52

Westford Academy 55, Acton-Boxboro 41

Weston 77, Bedford 56

Whitman-Hanson 64, Hingham 62

Winchester 55, Reading 46

Woburn 53, Arlington 38

Girls Basketball

Abp. Williams 54, St. Mary’s (L) 46

Ashland 57, Norton 46

BB&N 55, Middlesex 41

Beverly 48, Swampscott 31

Braintree 63, Brookline 60 (2 ot)

Bridgewater-Raynham 74, Nauset 53

Brockton 46, Barnstable 42

Burlington 44, Wilmington 36

Canton 48, Attleboro 44

Chelmsford 58, Dracut 40

Concord-Carlisle 57, Waltham 41

Dartmouth 59, Bourne 39

Dennis-Yarmouth 59, North Quincy 52

Dexter Southfield 74, Thayer 64

East Bridgewater 50, West Bridgewater 23

Foxboro 65, Mansfield 34

Franklin 81, Milford 25

Hingham 51, Whitman-Hanson 37

Hopkinton 47, Dedham 40

Ipswich 42, Malden Catholic 29

Lawrence 55, Methuen 43

Lexington 52, Belmont 43

Lynn Classical 44, Salem 19

Masconomet 63, Triton 19

Melrose 36, Stoneham 29

Millis 56, Holliston 48

Mystic Valley 45, Greater Lawrence 42

Newton North 55, Walpole 50

Newton South 53, Lincoln-Sudbury 42

North Andover 48, Billerica 43

Northeast 42, Essex Tech 20

Norwood 51, Dover-Sherborn 27

Notre Dame (H) 59, Lowell 43

O’Bryant 46, Revere 42

Oliver Ames 71, Stoughton 23

Pembroke 60, Hanover 35

Pentucket 52, Lynnfield 38

Plymouth North 40, Falmouth 39

Reading 41, Winchester 36

Rockport 37, Innovation Academy 30

Shawsheen 59, Whittier 32

Silver Lake 42, Duxbury 26

Southeastern 42, Bristol Aggie 31

Tewksbury 47, Haverhill 32

Upper Cape 41, Tri-County 40

Ursuline Academy 59, Madison Park 24

Walpole 55, Newton North 50

Watertown 43, Wakefield 42

Wayland 47, Boston Latin 22

Westford Academy 55, Acton-Boxboro 35

Westwood 57, Bellingham 23

Whitman-Hanson 51, Hingham 37

Woburn 37, Arlington 34

Boys Track

Brockton 51.5, BC High 43.5

St. John’s Prep 59, Xaverian 36

Malden Catholic 56, Catholic Memorial 30

Sharon 52, Canton 45

Co-ed Track

Austin Prep 78, St. Mary’s 70

Arlington Catholic 86, Bishop Fenwick 67

Central Catholic 88, Archbishop Williams 50

Girls Track

Sharon 64, Canton 35

Boys Hockey

Dexter Southfield 5, Noble & Greenough 1

Girls Hockey

Brooks 11, Brewster 2

Notre Dame Academy 3, Winchester 0

 

Boys Swimming

Newton South 99, Boston Latin 49

Sharon 92, Canton 75

St. John’s Prep 97, Chelmsford 81

Wayland 94, Acton-Boxboro 86

Girls Swimming

Canton 101, Sharon 69

Wrestling

CHCH 24, Beaver Country Day 12

Landmark 24, Beaver Country Day 12

 

HIGHLIGHTS

Boys Basketball

Demauri Daniels drained a game-winning 3-pointer with 25 seconds left in regulation, delivering Kristen McDonnell her first victory at Norwood (1-0) with a 53-51 win over last year’s Div. 3 champion, Dover-Sherborn, in a Tri-Valley League affair.

Senior Joshua Eddo Ekhinahemen registered a double-double, scoring 30 points and picking up 12 rebounds, and sophomore Juan Salas had 22 points himself to aid New Mission (1-0) during a wild 88-75 nonleague contest with Randolph. … Freshman Nate Robertson piled up 31 points to guide St. Joseph’s (1-0) past Salem Academy Charter, 63-57. … Kurtis Henderson’s 24 points were enough to boost Catholic Memorial (1-0) to a 74-67 win over Everett.

Sophomore Joseph Gattuso netted 18 points with eight rebounds to lead Woburn to a 53-38 win over Arlington in Middlesex League play.

Jamel Shaheed racked up 27 points, and Nate Francois added another 23 as Brighton (1-0) opened its season with a 92-27 romp of C.A.S.H. in the Boston City League. … With 17 points and 10 assists, Kyle Murphy posted a double-double at point guard for Excel (1-0) en route to a 58-52 win over Cathedral.

Senior Jerome Overstreet recorded a double-double, dropping 14 points while grabbing 11 boards as South Shore Voke (1-0) coasted past Sacred Heart, 58-30, in the Mayflower Athletic Conference.

Behind 18 points from Pat Damon, Hanover defeated Pembroke, 71-64, in the Patriot League. … Luke Mashburn registered 23 of his game-high 28 points in the second half as Whitman-Hanson edged Hingham, 64-62.

In the Hockomock League, Alex Fritt’s 36-point performance was topped off by a buzzer-beater as King Philip edged Sharon, 86-84. … Jay Spillane (18 points), Ryan Burkett (18 points), and Amari Brown (17 points) shared the load offensively, as Oliver Ames (1-0) silenced Stoughton, 64-41. … Senior Edan Kelley drilled a game-winning 3-pointer with six seconds remaining, as North Attleboro (1-0) shocked Taunton, 57-55.

Sophomore Lateef Patrick erupted for 31 points in his first varsity start, while senior Earl Tucker added 16 points to propel Milton (1-0) to a 76-51 Bay State Conference win over Framingham.

Marcus Montagnino showed the same dominance that earned him Northeastern Conference MVP honors last year for Gloucester (1-0), posting 22 points and 12 rebounds in a 45-39 win over Marblehead.

Sophomore Marvin Musiime-Kamali posted 18 points, freshman Jaden Simpkins had 16 points and senior Ryan St. Claire added 15 as part of a well-balanced, 80-60 win for Thayer Academy (4-0) over St. Paul’s in the Independent School League.

Girls Basketball

Mikayla Middleton led the way for Southeastern with 16 points in a 42-31 victory over Bristol Aggie in the Mayflower League.

Kate Story recorded 21 points and five assists as Mystic Valley defeated Greater Lawrence, 45-42, in the Commonwealth Conference. … Steph Mercurio scored 12 points while Susanna Gillis had 11 points to pace Shawsheen past Whittier, 59-32.

Behind 25 points from Katelyn Mollica and 12 more from Shakirah Ketant, Foxboro (1-0) rolled to a 65-34 Hockomock League win over Mansfield. … Kiara Cerruti tallied a team-high 16 points to pave the way for Canton in a 48-44 win over Attleboro.

Braintree got past Brookline in double overtime, 63-60, giving Matt Freeman his 250th win.

Jackie Malley carried the attack with 23 points, carrying Reading (1-0) to a 41-36 victory over Middlesex League foe, Winchester. … Taylor Lambo was the difference for Watertown with 21 points and 11 rebounds in a 43-42 win over Wakefield.

In the Cape Ann League, senior guard Angelina Yacubacci drained 20 points, powering Pentucket (1-0) past Lynnfield, 52-38.

In nonleague action, Megan Olbrys poured in 20 points to lift Norwood (1-0) past Dover Sherborn, 51-27. … Ava Foley posted 17 points to lift Notre Dame of Hingham (1-0) to a 59-43 win over Lowell.

In the Dual County League, Amaris Mills lifted Newton South over Lincoln-Sudbury, 53-42, with 22 points.

Compiled by Brendan Connelly, Lance Reynolds and Tom Mulherin



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