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Luke Rinaldi (32 points), Dover-Sherborn top Millis – Boston Herald

In the Tri-Valley League, senior captain Luke Rinaldi dropped 32 points as Dover-Sherborn (1-0) cruised to a 71-39 boys basketball victory over Millis. … Junior Jake Ogilvie notched 14 points and 10 rebounds, pacing Norton to a 57-34 win over Bellingham.

Calum McClorey recorded 12 points to spearhead a balanced scoring effort (13 scorers) as Braintree bested Milton 68-29 in the Bay State Conference.

Brendan McDonald netted 30 points, while Mason Medeiros finished with 20 as Somerset Berkley (1-0) edged Durfee 73-68 in a nonleague matchup. … Kyle Benjamin led the way with 32 points on 12-of-16 shooting while grabbing nine boards as Cathedral (1-1) knocked off Boston English, 62-51. … Junior Joseph Jackson drilled two critical three-pointers in the closing minutes, finishing with a game-high 27 points as New Mission held on for a 61-51 victory over Bedford. … Sage Baptiste (25 points, 18 rebounds) and Frank Vollaro (15 points, 12 rebounds) each starred for Bishop Stang, guiding a 62-50 win over Seekonk. … Jackson O’Brien had 15 points as Hudson took down St. Bernard’s, 53-42. … Marius Canerys (20 points, 10 rebounds) and Isaiah Ogunbares (13 points, 10 rebounds) took care of the scoring, while Danny Reyes distributed 10 assists as Lawrence (1-0) came away with a 72-46 victory over Cambridge.

In the Cape and Islands League, Darrius Azor finished with 17 points, while Trey McPherson added 12 points himself as Dennis-Yarmouth outlasted Monomoy, 59-48.

Senior captain Drew Daley and junior Evan Yakavonis registered 19 points apiece, while Ryan Baker added a double-double (14 points, 12 rebounds) as Whitman-Hanson (1-0) topped Pembroke 77-68 in a Patriot League affair.

Anthony Forte buried 25 points and dished out three assists, while Raphel Laurent finished with 16 points and a trio of assists as Peabody (1-0) routed Masconomet 75-38 in Northeastern Conference action.

Juniors Zaza Francoeur and Jamaal McConnell combined for 35 points as Canton (1-0) topped North Attleboro 60-51 in a Hockomock League game.

Steven Cordero dropped 21 points, while David De Souza scored 15 and Kevin Ruiz tallied 14 to boost Everett (1-0) in a 63-60 overtime win against Revere in the Greater Boston League. … Freshman Marvin Avery Jr. tallied 20 points, as Lynn Classical (1-0) edged Somerville, 58-55.

Girls basketball

Abby Chewning put up 19 points, while Stella Leras added 12 as Covenant Christian Academy (5-2) defeated Landmark 44-29 in a nonleague contest. …Chloe Richardson tallied 20 points Tuesday, as Norwell coasted to a 56-39 victory over Bedford. … Natalia Hall-Rosa finished with 23 points, seven rebounds and five steals as Bridgewater-Raynham defeated Winthrop 59-21. … Maddy Hermenau poured in 22 points, helping to guide Rockland during a 48-39 victory over Notre Dame (Hingham). … Gabby Bellacqua (17 points), Abby Dube (12 points) and Ava DiBurro (11 points) got into a flow offensively, steering Pentucket (1-0) in a 52-46 win over Brockton. … Korynne Holden sounded off for 23 points and Leah Sylvain added 17 as Westport took care of business with a 56-37 win over Fairhaven. … Julia Hargraves scattered 15 points for Durfee (1-0) as part of a 53-37 win over Somerset Berkley.

Emily Collins posted 18 points with 13 rebounds, Tatum Kenrich added 13 points and Ceci Kelcourse chipped in 10 points to power Winchester to a 56-43 Middlesex League win over Burlington. … Jess Malley had a team-high 15 points to lead Reading during a close 37-34 victory over Wilmington.

Grace Presswood and Helen DiGiovanni combined for 24 points, while Jaylene Pires registered nine to help Dennis-Yarmouth earn a 45-28 win over Monomoy in Cape and Islands League play.

Kate Olenik scored 26 points as Medfield (1-0) defeated Holliston 60-28 in the Tri-Valley League. … Taryn Fierri led things with a 12-point outing, as Norton topped Bellingham in a 53-29 contest. … Elliana Scalabrine made the winning layup for Dover-Sherborn (1-0) with four seconds to spare in a 45-43 victory over Millis.

Addie Ruter had 18 points, Kailey Sullivan added 17 points, and Cam Collins chipped in 14 points to pace a well-balanced Foxboro (1-0) offense in a 67-28 Hockomock League win over Milford.

In the Commonwealth Athletic Conference, Mariah Lorenzo drained 15 points to pace Greater Lowell (1-0) to a 37-33 victory over Essex Tech. … Catherine Antwi netted a career-high 28 points for Lowell Catholic (2-0) in a 46-37 triumph against Mystic Valley.

Mary Daley (13 points), Sammy Reale (12 points) and Julia Webster (12 points) each turned in great performances offensively, as Bishop Feehan rolled to a 70-49 win over Catholic Central League rival Bishop Fenwick.

Taryn Leonard went on to finish with 15 points, as Whitman-Hanson (1-0) defeated Patriot League rival Pembroke, 45-27. … Lyla Peters drilled clutch three and sank a crucial free throw in the late stages, finishing with 16 points to carry Duxbury to a 50-47 overtime victory against North Quincy.

Ava McDonald poured in 17 points, and Hannah Sherrick scored 12, pacing Braintree to a 46-26 Bay State Conference victory over Milton.

Boys hockey

Dominic Reidy buried a pair of goals and dished out a trio of assists, helping to propel St. John’s (Shrewsbury) (1-0-1) to a convincing 8-1 romp of interstate foe Mount St. Charles (RI) in a nonleague battle.

Girls hockey

Emma Holmes tallied two goals and Riley Towse picked up her first career shutout in net to bolster Winthrop (1-0) in a 9-0 nonleague win over Shawsheen/Bedford.

Boys swimming

Nathaniel Murray and Declan Hughes each won two individual events and competed as part of three winning relays as Chelmsford defeated Newton North 99-82 in a nonleague contest.

Girls lacrosse

Methuen has hired Aryanna Poirier as its new girls varsity lacrosse coach. Poirier is a graduate of Methuen High School (class of 2015) and has been an assistant coach the last two years. She was an MVC Player of the Year, a four-time MVC All-Conference selection and holds the school record for goals in a career with 212.


The 31st annual Wilmington High School Sons of Italy Wrestling Tournament will be held on Saturday, Dec. 17 at the Shriners Auditorium. Wrestling is tentatively scheduled to begin at 9 a.m., with the finals also tentatively scheduled for 5 p.m.

The meet will feature 18 teams i,ncluding the host Wildcats, as well as Tewksbury, Shawsheen Tech and Central Catholic. Other schools are Brookline, Canton, Dedham, Durfee, Essex Tech/Masconomet, Gloucester, Melrose, Mount Hope, Natick, North Andover, Salem, Saugus/Peabody, Whittier Tech and Winchester.

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