St. Mary’s nets Wilmington Christmas Tournament title
Niya Morgen lost 21 points, Kellyn Preira added 18 points and tournament MVP Yirsy Queliz had 13 points to lead St. Mary’s (L) to a 78-45 win over Wilmington in the Wilmington Christmas Tournament championship. … Molly Trahan scored 17 points and Brooke Pulpi added 15 as Reading (3-2) beat Tyngsboro 57-52 in the consolation game.
Amelia Hanscom recorded 14 points and helped lead Andover (5-0) to a 57-32 victory over rivals North Andover in the Commonwealth Motors Christmas Classic title game. … Junior Gabby Bellacqua scored 12 points and senior Abby Dube registered 10 as Pentucket (5-2) defeated Methuen 33-30 in the third-place playoff.
Mya Hayes Paulette had 14 points while Jada Holley had eight points as Durfee defeated Holliston 49-29 in the championship game Taunton Holiday Classic.
Outside the league, Kat Cheesebro amassed 21 points and provided six assists, while Remy Barber had 16 points as 11 goalscorers contributed to Dartmouth’s 69-37 win over Greater New Bedford. … Erica Hills knocked down 19 points while Elliana Scalabrine finished with 15 as Dover-Sherborn (4-1) beat Dennis-Yarmouth 48-32. … Emma Johnson and Emerson Gonet scored eight points each to lead Old Rochester (3-4) to a 37-28 win over Carver. … Freshman Hailey Iwanski scored 11 points for Middleboro in a 39-24 win over Apponequet.
Melissa Velasquez scored 14 points for Monomoy in a 35-30 win over Barnstable in the Cape and Islands League.
Juniors Mason Melchionda (15 points) and Jono Windle (11 points) helped Dover-Sherborn (6-0) bounce back and earn a 54-48 nonleague win over Martha’s Vineyard. … Mike Wilkinson dominated with 35 points, two rebounds and three assists for Wakefield in a 66-54 win over Salem. … Matt Leaver broke out for 30 points while Connor brought in O’Hare with 14 and Norwell upped the pace in a 70-40 win over Sandwich. … Andrew Boulas led all scorers with 20 points and Logan Scribner lost two free throws with two seconds remaining to seal a 58-54 win for North Reading over Wilmington. … Justin Allen finished his evening with 21 points and carried Franklin to a 62-56 win over Xaverian. … Anthony Forte was lively at both ends of the parquet with 28 points, five rebounds, four assists and seven steals, coupled with Raphel Laurent’s 13 points as Peabody (4-1) drove to a 69-39 win over Ipswich.
Trevor Mullin dished out 19 points and five assists while Jaylen Harrell finished with 14 points as St. Sebastian’s (8-0) rolled to a 72-37 win over Nobles in the Independent School League game.
JJ Martinez dropped 19 points while Anthony D’Itria had 12 points and Omri Merryman 11 as St Mary’s (Lynn) (3-2) drove to a 66-30 win over Bishop Stang in the Catholic Central League.
Freshman Isaiah Bean Britain accelerated the attack with 12 points while senior captain Cam Burrows himself added 10 points as Whitman-Hanson (3-2) defeated Alabama Christian (AL) in the Mount Dora Christian Academy Holiday Tournament consolation round, 60-36 .
Junior guard Theo Moore dropped 15 points and helped lead Braintree to a 54-47 win over Quincy in the Adams Holiday Classic consolation game. … junior forward and tournament MVP Edric Louissaint scored 14 points and grabbed five rebounds, while junior guard Gill Dolan scored 10 points as Weymouth (4-3) beat North Quincy 53-49 in the championship game.
Bella Misiura posted a school record 9.9 on parallel bars for Masconomet in a 147.1-123.9 non-league win over Bishop Fenwick.
Jack Sullivan scored and assisted, along with two assists from Zachary McHugh, led Newburyport 5-2 past non-league opponents Bishop Fenwick.
Jack Digirolamo’s second goal of the game gave Canton plenty of reassurance to secure a 5-3 non-league win over Wakefield.
Joe Young set up an assist and buried the winning goal to lead Masconomet (3-2) to a 2-1 overtime win over Dedham in the Stoneham J11 tournament.
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Kaitlyn Bush scored from a man down and Julianna Taylor (22 saves) netted a second consecutive shutout at the net for HPNA (5-1-1) in a 2-0 non-league win over Newburyport. … Jenna Chaplain, Maggie Pierce and Gabbi Oakes all scored and Ang Catino found the perfect net to lead St Mary’s (Lynn) (6-0) to a 3-0 win over Cape Cod. … Liana Patrick scored the only goal of the game while Riley Collura accumulated 15 saves en route to her first career shutout as Hopkinton (1-4) beat Leominster 1-0. … Sarah McGillivray scored twice for a balanced performance as Milton beat Ursuline 6-0. … Brooke Hohmann lit the lamp twice and proved the difference for Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake in a 4-2 win over West/East Bridgewater. … Julia Flynn scored a hat-trick and guided Franklin to a 3-2 win over Dedham.
Abby Stock, Anna Lehan and Tori Carr each fired Canton to a 3-1 win over Pembroke in the opening round of the Judy Gormley Cup. … Darby Rounseville scored and provided an assist as Sandwich beat Barnstable 3-2.
Emily Johns sank three and Kaitlin Mathews netted the shutout to lead Algonquin to a 3-0 win over Medway/Ashland in the Medway/Ashland New Years Invitational.
Elijah Wolinski placed first in the 55 meter hurdles (8.23), long jump (19′ 7.5”) and high jump (5′ 9”) as Burlington Melrose in a Middlesex Freedom Division matchup at 60 :40 defeated.
The Massachusetts Baseball Coaches Association (MBCA) will host its 56th Annual Convention on Friday and Saturday, January 27th and 28th, 2023 at the Four Points Sheraton in Wakefield. The event, which is open to all high school, college, touring baseball and youth coaches, and members of the public, will be headlined by Todd FitzGerald, head coach of the incumbent high school baseball team, the Stoneman, the nation’s #1 Douglas High School of Parkland, Fla.
In addition to Coach FitzGerald, other well-known speakers include Boston College head coach Mike Gambino, Holy Cross head coach Ed Kahovec, Northeastern assistant coach Nick Puccio, Boston College assistant coach Greg Sullivan, Boston College assistant coach Todd Carroll of MIT, Mark “Lunch”, head coach at Concordia University ” McKenzie, Wheaton assistant coach Pete Pasquarosa, Joe O’Connor, Director of Advanced Physical Therapy and NHSBCA Director and Hall of Famer Tim Saunders of Ohio.
The speakers’ agenda, which includes 13 50-minute speaker presentations, is 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. on Fridays and 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays. The topics cover “all the bases” in baseball today. The agenda is available on the MBCA website at www.massbca.com.
The MBCA Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony will be held on Saturday, January 27 and the inductees will be Gerry Lambert, Dennis Baker, Tom Brassil and Mike O’Keefe. Registration is $80 for the two-day clinic and $50 for the Hall of Fame dinner and induction ceremony. Day registrations for the clinic at a reduced price are also possible.
To register for the Speakers’ Clinic or to purchase Hall of Fame Banquet tickets, go to massbca.com to order online. For questions or more information, contact Steve Freker at: [email protected]
77 Bedford, 68 Stoughton (2 of them)
Cohasset 48, Medway 40
54 Dover-Sherborn, 48 Martha’s Vineyard
Foxboro 60, barn stall 50
Franklin 62, Xaverian 56
Hull 57, South Shore Voke 22
Lexington 62, Acton-Boxboro 61
Manchester Essex 69, Gloucester 61
Middleboro 59, Apponequet 44
61 Newburyport, 55 St. John’s Prep
58 North Reading, 54 Wilmington
Norwell 70, Sandwich 40
Peabody 69, Ipswich 39
Rancho Solano (AZ) 67, Lowell Catholic 54
St. Mary’s (L) 66, Bishop Stang 30
St. Sebastian 72, noblewoman 37
Sharon 63, Holliston 47
Wakefield 66, Salem 54
Wayland 47, Bellingham 41
ADAMS VACATION CLASSICS
Ch.: 53 Weymouth, 49 North Quincy
Cons: Braintree 54, Quincy 47
BELLINGHAM COACH HUTCH TOURNAMENT
Ch.: Bourne 65, Hopedale 46
COMMONWEALTH MOTORS CHRISTMAS CLASSICS
Ch.: Lawrence 82, Beverly 57
Cons.: Central Catholic 62, Andover 50
Cons: Methuen 54, North Andover 47
MOUNT DORA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT
Cons.: Whitman-Hanson 60, Alabama Christian (AL) 36
HOLIDAY CLASSICS IN NORTH QUINCY
Ch.: Braintree 54, Quincy 47
RILEY WINTER CLASSICS
Ch.: Needham 76, Hingham 61
Cons.: Cambridge 56, Westwood 53 (ot)
Bedford 52, Stoughton 48
Case 53, Diman 21
Dartmouth 69, Greater New Bedford 37
Dover Sherborn 48, Dennis Yarmouth 32
Lynnfield 46, Shawsheen 33
Melrose 58, Malden 17
Middleboro 39, Apponequet 24
Monomoy 35, barn stable 30
Natick 58, Westford Academy 42
Needham 63, Weymouth 51
New Mission 35, Revere 32
Old Rochester 37, Carver 28
Seekonk 45, Westbridgewater 38
Taunton 50, North Attleboro 44 (ot)
COMMONWEALTH MOTORS CHRISTMAS CLASSICS
Ch: Andover 57, North Andover 32
Cons.: Pentucket 33, Methuen 30
REVERE HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT
Ch.: Milton 42, Saugus 28
TAMPA BAY CHRISTMAS INVITATION
Cardinal Mooney (FL) 62, Whitman-Hanson 43
TAUNTON HOLIDAY CLASSICS
Ch.: Durfee 49, Holliston 29
WILMINGTON CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT
Ch.: St. Mary’s (L) 78, Wilmington 45
Cons: Reading 57, Tyngsboro 52
Central Catholic 141.15, North Andover 129.75, Dracut 118.8
Masconomet 147.1, Bishop Fenwick 123.9
3 Bourne, West/East Bridgewater 2
Canton 5, Wakefield 3
Diman 11, Greater New Bedford 4
Governors Academy 2, Thayer 1
Nausea 7, Newton North 1
Needham 4, Dover Sherborn – Weston 0
5 Newburyport, Bishop Fenwick 2
Nobles 3, Williston 1
Northeast 3, Rockport 1
North Middlesex 3, Hopedale/Milford 1
Plymouth South 8, Mashpee/Monomoy 1
Shawsheen 3, Methuen 2
Taunton 5, Apponequet 1
CHELMSFORD LIONS CUP
Ch.: Triton 5, Danvers 4 (see above)
Cons.: Chelmsford 2, Lowell Catholic 0
HILLIE’S CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT
Ch.: North Andover 1, Nashoba 0 (so)
Wilmington 2, Winnacunnet 2
STONEHAM J11 TOURNAMENT
Billerica 4, Stoneham 2
Masconomet 2, Dedham 1 (ot)
Martha’s Vineyard 4, Oyster River (NH) 1
Dover Sherborn/Hopkinton 1, Leominster 0
Hopkinton 1, Leominster 0
Milton 6, Ursuline 0
Peabody/Lynnf./NR 5, Masconomet 0
Scituate 7, Nantucket 1
St. Mary’s (L) 3, Cape Cod 0
3 Westwood, 2 Walpole
4 Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake, West/East Bridgewater 2
Woburn 3, Stoneham/Wilmington 2
JUDY GORMLEY MUG
Canton 3, Pembroke 1
Sandwich 3, barn 2
MEDWAY NEW YEARS CLASSICS
Ch.: Algonquin 3, Medway 0
Cons: King Philip 3, Natick 0
BOYS LIGHTWEIGHT & FIELD
Burlington 60, Melrose 40
Stoneham 50, Wakefield 50
Ashland 51, Franklin 24