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

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SATURDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS BASKETBALL

Boston English 67, Lincoln-Sudbury 58

Cardinal Spellman 61, Bishop Fenwick 44

Dartmouth 67, New Bedford 62

Holliston 47, Ashland 21

Malden 38, Melrose 34

Millbury 53, Nantucket 38

Nauset 65, Plymouth North 47

Noble and Greenough 57, Thayer Academy 55

St. Sebastian’s 100, Dexter Southfield 57

Tabor 68, Brooks 47

Wareham 74, Apponequet 62

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Abington 53, West Bridgewater 25

BB&N 53, Exeter 35

Dartmouth 58, New Bedford 52

Marshfield 49, Silver Lake 31

New Hampton 50, Rivers 44

Noble and Greenough 60, Thayer Academy 27

North Reading 58, Stoneham 42

Plymouth North 47, Nauset 21

Proctor Academy 60, Austin Prep 36

Sandwich 46,Nantucket 17

GYMNASTICS

Whitman-Hanson 124.85, Plymouth 123.85

BOYS HOCKEY

Andover 3, Westford Academy 2

Archbishop Williams 5, Bishop Fenwick 2

Arlington 1, Pope Francis 1

Belmont 5, Winchester 1

Boston Latin 3, Concord-Carlisle 2 (ot)

Danvers 3, Beverly 1

Dedham 8, Bellingham 0

Dennis-Yarmouth 4, St. John Paul II 2

Dover-Sherborn/Weston 2, Medway 0

Dracut 6, Cambridge 0

Falmouth 3, Barnstable 1

Franklin 2, Canton 0

Gloucester 4, Masconomet 2

Holderness 2, Rivers 1 (ot)

Lincoln-Sudbury 2, Tewksbury 1 (ot)

Martha’s Vineyard 3, Nantucket 2 (ot)

Medfield 5, Hopkinton 2

Methuen 7, Bedford 3

Middleboro 4, Monomoy 1

Milton 2, Needham 2 (ot)

Natick 7, Newton North 0

Nauset 5, Bishop Stang 2

Newton South 4, Acton-Boxboro 1

Noble and Greenough 1, Thayer 0

North Attleboro 3, Oliver Ames 2

Norwell 2, Latin Academy 0

Old Rochester 6, Bourne 1

Pingree 3, Kents Hill 1

Plymouth South 5, North Quincy 2

St. Bernard’s 12, St. Joseph Prep 1

St. John’s Prep 6, Catholic Memorial 3

St. John’s Shrewsbury 4, Xaverian 1

St. Mark’s 5, Tabor 2

St. Mary’s (L) 6, Bishop Feehan 0

St. Paul’s 10, East Boston 0

Somerville 11, Lynn Classical 0

Southeastern 5, Stoughton/Brockton 1

Stoneham 4, Burlington 1

Walpole 2, Weymouth 1

Watertown 2, Melrose 1 (ot)

GIRLS HOCKEY

Algonquin/Nashoba 3, King Philip 2 (ot)

Archbishop Williams 6, Malden Catholic 1

Barnstable 3, Martha’s Vineyard 2

Bishop Fenwick 5, Bishop Stang 5

Canton 1, Norwood 1 (ot)

Dedham 3, Franklin 1

Framingham 4, Brookline 1

Hingham 7, Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake 1

Hopkinton 7, Stoughton 1

Longmeadow 7, Cape Cod 4

Milton 2, Needham 2

Norwell/Abington 7, Marshfield 3

Notre Dame (Hingham) 4, Pope Francis 1

Pembroke 4, Hanover 2

Plymouth 5, Quincy/North Quincy 0

Sandwich 11, Nantucket 1

Shrewsbury 3, Billerica 2

Stoneham/Wilmington 3, Burlington 2 (ot)

Thayer 4, New Hampton 0

Wakefield 7, Melrose 1

Waltham 8, Cambridge 1

Winthrop 2, Masconomet 1 (ot)

WRESTLING

Billerica 48, Malden Catholic 12

Braintree 41, Oliver Ames 37

Braintree 44, Sandwich 10

Bridgewater-Raynham 42, Beverly 38

Bridgewater-Raynham 60, Marblehead/Swampscott 16

Bridgewater-Raynham 60, North Attleboro 16

Bridgewater-Raynham 46, Plymouth South 24

Burlington 42, Lynnfield/North Reading 33

Hingham 42, Braintree 33

Hingham 54, Sandwich 3

Mahar 54, Walpole 16

Melrose 54, Daniel Hand 0

Melrose 7, Francis Maloney 7

Melrose 40, Newtown 37

Melrose 50, Southington 27

Methuen 50 Holyoke 6

Methuen 51 Josiah Quincy 6

Methuen 30 Longmeadow 13

Methuen 48 Lynn 6

Methuen 42 Tewksbury 30

Oliver Ames 37, Hingham 31

St. John’s Prep 52 Beverly 18

St. John’s Prep 70 Marblehead/Swampscott 11

St. John’s Prep 66 North Attleboro 11

St. John’s Prep 69 Plymouth South 9

St. Paul 42, Brooks 33

St. Sebastian’s 51, Noble and Greenough 19

Taunton 44, Norton 33

 

SATURDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

WRESTLING

Larry Tremblay surpassed the 800-win mark for his coaching career as Melrose won the Ray Southland Team Dual Tournament in Southington, Conn. The Red Raiders swept past Francis Maloney (77-7), Daniel Hand (54-0), Newtown (40-37) and Southington (50-27). The four wins give Tremblay a career total of 801 wins.

Weeks after becoming the Bay State wrestler to win the Beast of the East tournament, St. John’s Prep senior Tyler Knox added to his legacy by winning the Doc Buchanan Tournament in California. He is the first New England wrestler not only to compete, but win the event.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ella Williamson netted 19 points, six steals, and four rebounds as Abington topped West Bridgewater, 53-25, in nonleague action. … Faith Newton scored a career-high 30 points and added 14 rebounds in leading North Reading (5-2) to a 48-32 win over Stoneham. … Kat Cheesebro dropped 35 points as Darmouth outlasted New Bedford 58-52.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Trevor Mullin scored 29 points and teammate Jaylen Harrell added 27 as St. Sebastian’s (10-0) defeated Dexter Southfield 100-57 in NEPSAC action.

Austin Mirken scored nine points as Holliston defeated Ashland 47-21 in the Tri-Valley League.

BOYS HOCKEY

Joe Gaziano had a goal and three assists as Belmont defeated Winchester 5-1 in the Middlesex League.

Luke Gerardi scored three times as St. John’s (Shrewsbury) defeated Xaverian 4-1 in the Catholic Conference.

Brady Bullock scored twice as St. Mary’s of Lynn blanked Catholic Central League opponent Bishop Feehan 6-0.

Sam Hubbard had a hat trick as Natick defeated Newton North 7-0 in the Bay State Conference.

Thomas Harnan scored with 0.7 seconds left in overtime to give Boston Latin a 3-2 win over Concord-Carlisle in the Dual County League.

Ryan Laughter registered a hat trick as Dedham defeated Bellingham 8-0 in the Tri-Valley League.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Maggie Lynch, Grace Mottau, Rory Shields, Kate O’Toole, Caroline Batchelder and Shea Nolan all scored as Archbishop Williams defeated Malden Catholic 6-1 in the Catholic Central League..

In a nonleague matchup, Penny Saich scored twice while Lainey Burns added two goals and an assist to lift Norwell past Marshfield, 7-3. … Kaelyn Thompson scored twice as Hopkinton (2-5) defeated Stoughton, 7-1. … Sarah Francis, Lauren White, Bridget Pellicano and Ava O’Donoghue scored as Notre Dame (Hingham) defeated Pope Francis, 4-1.

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