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

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Kevin Barrucci, Brendan Connelly, David Pollard

MONDAY’S SCORES

BOYS BASKETBALL

Carver 64, Blue Hills 40

East Boston 54, Greater Lawrence 48,

Nantucket 71, Sturgis East 32

Norwood 57, Lincoln-Sudbury 51

O’Bryant 61, Roxbury Prep 57

Pacific Rim 81, CASH 54

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ashland 44, Tech Boston 28

Bishop Fenwick 63, Malden Catholic 36

Dracut 60, Central Catholic 45

East Boston 37, EMK 14

Latin Academy 51, Excel Charter 9

Madison Park 33, Brighton 27

Matignon 60, Maimonides 52

Minuteman 61, Whittier 51

Mount Alvernia 66, St. Joseph 41

Notre Dame (H) 51, Canton 46

St. Mary’s (L) 62, North Andover 53

Saugus 59, Arlington Catholic 43

Snowden 14, Charlestown 10

South Shore 34, Holbrook 22

Wellesley 48, Concord-Carlisle 37

GYMNASTICS

Scituate 125.35, Whitman-Hanson 118.25

BOYS HOCKEY

Holliston 4, Bellingham 1

Masconomet 7, Newburyport 2

Nantucket 3, Dennis-Yarmouth 1

Natick 6, Falmouth 4

Norton 5, Foxboro 2

GIRLS HOCKEY

Arlington 2, Burlington 0

Braintree 2, Wellesley 1

Hingham 3, Winchester 2

Medford/Malden 1, Marblehead 0

Medway/Ashland 3, Billerica/Chelmsford 0

Newton 4, Westford Academy 2

Nobles 2, Rivers 2

Winthrop 5, Acton-Boxboro 1

BOYS TRACK

Hopkinton 68, Medfield 23

 

MONDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

GIRLS BASKETBALL

In a Merrimack Valley Conference crossover contest, Ashlee Talbot achieved a milestone and did it in style. The senior standout scored 27 of her 36 points to surpass the 1,000-point mark for her career as Dracut (4-2) downed Central Catholic, 60-45

Sophomore Abby Pattison led all scorers with 17 points in a 34-22 win for South Shore (6-1) over Mayflower Athletic Conference opponent Holbrook.

In a nonleague contest, Ava Orlando (19 points) and Elle Orlando (16 points) combined to power Notre Dame Academy (Hingham) to a thrilling 51-46 victory over Canton. … Reese Matela turned in a great performance, finishing with 16 points and 12 boards as St. Mary’s (Lynn) defeated North Andover 62-53. … Junior captain Isabella Lopez-Marin dropped 39 points for Matignon in a 60-52 win over Maimonides. … Tara Battaglino scored 12 points as Wellesley defeated Concord-Carlisle, 48-37.

In the Catholic Central League, junior captain Cecilia Kay registered a double-double with 25 points and 13 rebounds, as Bishop Fenwick rolled to a 63-36 win over Malden Catholic.

Emily Shea had 35 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists as Mt. Alvernia defeated St. Joseph Prep, 66-41.

In the Commonwealth Athletic Conference, Sabrina Doyle scored 17 of her 21 points in the first half, while Annie Brosnan added19 points and seven assists as Minuteman (6-0) defeated Whittier, 61-51.

BOYS HOCKEY

Johnny Mireault (two goals), James Whitman (two goals) and Joe Young (three assists) provided some scoring offensively, and Chris Sacco collected 31 saves to guide Masconomet (5-3) to a 7-2 romp of nonleague foe Newburyport. … Sam Hubbard and Peter Metcalf netted two goals apiece, helping to pace Natick during a 6-4 victory over Falmouth.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Talia Martucci and Izzy Cash each scored twice as Winthrop defeated Acton-Boxboro 5-1 in a nonleague contest.

CLASS NOTES

The latest inductees to the Andover High Hall of Fame will be honored at the Andover Country Club on Saturday, March 25, 2023 at 6 p.m.

The honorees are Moira Cronin (2011), Christopher Cullen (1996), Maggie D’Innocenzo (2014), Ian Dowe (1984), Alyson Fazio (2012), Sean Geary (2004), Matt Gibson (1995), Ed Huot (1966), Arthur Iworsley (Coach), Elizabeth Mancuso (2004), Christopher McConnell (2010), Tommy McLaughlin (2001), EJ Perry III (1983), Jaclyn Torres (2013), and Scott White (1973).

Also entering are State Championship Girls’ Basketball Teams – 2003, 2010, 2011, 2012, State and New England Championship Boys’ Outdoor Track & Field Team – 1984, and State Championship Girls’ Swim & Dive Teams 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Individual tickets or tables seating 10 can be purchased for $75.00 per ticket. To order tickets send a check made payable to Andover Hall of Fame and mail to Brian McNally, Andover Hall of Fame, 30 Faith Drive, Derry, N.H. 03038. On the memo line of the check please write the name of the inductee or team you are attending for, if applicable, to assist with seating and table designations. Please also make sure to note a return address as to where you would like your tickets sent. For any questions or additional information send email to [email protected]

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