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Eastern Massachusetts high school scores and highlights from Friday – Boston Herald

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FRIDAY’S SCORE

BOYS BASKETBALL

Abp. Williams 78, Madison Park 36

Bishop Feehan 66, Wareham 60

Dover-Sherborn 73, Medfield 48

Lowell 61, St. John’s Prep 58

Lynn English 94, Beverly 65

New Mission 76, Cathedral 74

Shawsheen 73, North Reading 51

Stoughton 66, King Philip 49

Worcester North 73, St. John’s (S) 45

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Arlington Catholic 52, Medford 39

Bedford 66, North Attleboro 35

Bishop Fenwick 49, Pentucket 45

Mashpee 62, Carver 40

North Reading 47, Stoneham 37

GYMNASTICS

Central Catholic 141.6, Dracut 120.3

BOYS HOCKEY

Arlington 5, BC High 1

Bishop Stang 4, St. John Paul II 2

Bourne 4, South Shore Voke 0

Catholic Memorial 4, Belmont 2

Dracut/Tyngsboro 10, Peabody/Saugus 1

Haverhill 2, Bedford 1

Somerset Berkley 4, Taunton 1

Tri-County 11, Greater New Bedford 4

Wellesley 4, Lincoln-Sudbury 2

GIRLS HOCKEY

HPNA 4, Bishop Fenwick 3

NDA (H) 7, Acton-Boxboro 0

BOYS SWIMMING

Norwell 12, Randolph 0

Westford 94, Chelmsford 86

GIRLS SWIMMING

Norwell 65, Randolph 28

WRESTLING

BC High 42, Quincy/North Quincy 39

Brockton 44, Quincy Upper 28

Marshfield 48, Barnstable 36

Marshfield 48, Middleboro 29

Methuen 42, Concord-Carlisle 24

Methuen 66, Latin Academy 18

Methuen 54, Wakefield 18

North Andover 66, Billerica 18

Norton 58, Hingham 21

St. John’s Prep 74, Barnstable 4

St. John’s Prep 66, Bristol Aggie 18

St. John’s Prep 76, Marshfield 3

St. John’s Prep 78, Middleboro 6

Salem 54, Essex Tech/Masconomet 30

Salem 48, Lawrence 33

Sharon 60, Hingham 21

Shawsheen 54, Chelmsford 30

Tewksbury 60, Tyngsboro 24

Wakefield 58, Boston Latin 18

Wakefield 48, Concord-Carlisle 24

Weymouth 51, Quincy Upper 21

Whitman-Hanson 42, BC High 39

Whitman-Hanson 42, Quincy/North Quincy 36

FRIDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

BOYS BASKETBALL

In a Tri-Valley League affair, Luke Rinaldi (18 points), Brian Olson (16 points) and Luke Spellman (15 points) carried things offensively, pacing Dover-Sherborn (4-0) to a 73-48 victory over rival Medfield.

Tommy McDonagh and Nate Pelton each registered 13 points apiece, helping to guide Archbishop Williams (3-0) to a 78-36 victory over Madison Park in nonleague action. … Maverick Bourdeau turned in a double-double with 17 points and 13 boards, while Gianna Zompa added 13 points as Shawsheen (3-1) upended North Reading, 73-51. … Warren Keel Jr. dominated with 38 points and 11 assists, and Tyrese Melo Garcia scattered 26 points and seven assists as Lynn English (4-0) bested Beverly, 94-65. … Cooper Snead tallied 21 points and Jack Chabot added 16 more to help Bishop Feehan survive a Wareham comeback for a 66-60 win.

Jayden Haywood (16 points, seven rebounds, two assists) and Jarred Daughtry (13 points, six rebounds, assist) set the tone for Stoughton in a 66-49 Hockomock League win over King Philip.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

In a nonleague contest, Lily Biggs collected 11 points and four steals as Arlington Catholic (1-3) defeated Medford, 52-39. … Senior Faith Newton put up 19 points, propelling North Reading (2-1) toward a 47-37 win over Stoneham. … Junior captain Cecilia Kay scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, while freshman Celia Nelson chipped in with 11 points and six steals as Bishop Fenwick (3-1) edged Pentucket, 49-45.

BOYS HOCKEY

Michael Birch and James Koo each buried a pair of goals, as Catholic Memorial coasted to an impressive 4-2 victory over nonleague foe Belmont. … Davis Sullivan scored a goal and provided three assists, while Brandon Silva made 33 saves as Somerset Berkley (4-0) took down Taunton, 4-1. … Hunter McClain notched his first career goal, while Jackson Palmborg secured his first career shutout in net as Bourne topped South Shore Voke, 4-0. … Nate Freelove finished off two goals and two assists, pairing with two goals from Matt Lesniak and four-point efforts from three others to lead Dracut/Tyngsboro to a 10-1 win over Peabody/Saugus.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Rachel Keating dished two assists, as four different players scored for HPNA in a 4-3 nonleague win over Bishop Fenwick.

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