Wednesday’s Eastern Massachusetts High School Results and Highlights – Boston Herald

BOYS BASKETBALL

Apponequet 68, Dartmouth 67 (ot)

Bishop Fenwick 86, Bishop Stang 56

Blue Hills 68, Diman 53

Boston English 74, Brighton 66

Bridgewater-Raynham 55, Mansfield 54

Brooks 74, Middlesex 43

Burlington 74, Watertown 59

Dracut 73, Georgetown 54

Fenway 54, Boston United 28

Marblehead 79, Danvers 48

Natick 55, Lincoln-Sudbury 46

New Mission 74, Burke 71 (extra)

Old Rochester 63, Bourne 48

North Plymouth 43, Falmouth 36

Rising Tide 47, East Sturgis 39

St. George 46, Noble & Greenough 44

Snowden 91, Excel 53

Southeast 52, Guangzhou 48

TechBoston 62, Lawrence 59

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Billerica 58, Beverly 31

Brookline 62, Framingham 40

Burke 40, Boston English 25

Christian Covenant 39, Brimmer & May 27

Dighton-Rehoboth 55, Somerset Berkley 34

Sunday 48, Blue Hills 41

Dracut 70, Lawrence 40

Dover-Sherborn 49, Medway 34

East Bridgewater 48, Martha’s Vineyard 15

Essex Tech 47, Notre Dame (T) 10

Fenway 73, Boston United 28

Franklin 71, Bishop Fenwick 48

Marshfield 52, Notre Dame (H) 28

Milton Academy 53, Middlesex 46

New Mission 71, Brighton 10

North Quincy 66, South Plymouth 51

Norwell 49, Cohasset 24

O’Bryant 51, Tech Boston 41

Old Rochester 54, Falmouth 36

Saint Jean Paul 67, rising tide 24

Saugus 52, Medford 45

Snowden 42, Excel 14

Thayer 49, Lawrence Academy 41

Westport 33, Bishop Connolly 24

GIRLS GYMNASTICS

Falmouth/Mashpee 139.7, Cohasset/Norwell 134.45

Reading 144.4, Wakefield 136.95

HOCKEY BOYS

Andover 1, Central Catholic 1

Arlington 7, Bridgewater 1

Ashland 5, Holliston 3

Austin Prep 4, Abp. Williams 1

Bedford 3, Medford 2

Belmont 3, Winchester 2

Bishop Stang 2, Latin Academy 1

BB&N 3, Pingree 3

Township 8, Taunton 1

Catholic Memorial 3, Xaverian 2 (ot)

Cohasset/Hull 4, Rockland 0

Concord-Carlisle 7, Acton-Boxboro 4

Dedham 2, Bellingham 0

Sunday 4, Tri-County 3

Haverhill 6, Matignon 2

Hanover 5, Whitman-Hanson 1

Hopkinton 4, Medfield 3

Lincoln-Sudbury 4, Boston Latin 3 (ot)

Marble Head 5, Mascotomet 4

Martha’s Vineyard 6, St. John Paul II 2

Mascotomet 5, Marblehead 4

Medway 2, Dover-Sherborn/Weston 0

Nantucket 8, Monomoy 4

Nauset 2, Barnstable 1 (outside)

North Andover 3, South Newton 2 (ot)

North Reading 4, Rockport 3

Norwell 7, Middleboro 1

Norwood 0, Westwood 0 (outside)

Quincy 2, Pembroke 1

St. John’s Prep 1, St. John’s (S) 0

St. Mary’s 3, Arlington Catholic 1

Scituate 6, South Plymouth 2

Silver Lake 5, North Quincy 0

Somerset Berkley 8, Greater New Bedford 1

Swampscott 6, Everett 3

Newt 2, Amesbury 2

Watertown 4, Melrose 1

Wellesley 4, Newton North 0

Westfield 5, Belchertown 1

GIRLS HOCKEY

Andover 2, Bishop Fenwick 1

Arlington 2, Lexington 0

Belmont 2, Winchester 2

Bishop Feehan 7, St. Joseph Prep 1

Brooks 3, Thayer 1

Burlington 4, Stoneham/Wilmington 3

Central Catholic 1, Boston Latin 0

Duxbury 4, Hannover 0

Falmouth 13, Nantucket 1

Framingham 2, Brookline 1 (ot)

Latin Academy 2, Marshfield 1

Medfield 5, Medway Co-op 4 (outside)

Methuen/Tewksbury 2, Acton-Boxboro 2

Norwell 4, Hingham 0

Norwood 1, Westwood 1 (ot)

Somerset Berkley 9, GNB Voke 1

Watertown 6, Melrose 0

Wayland/Weston 7, Concord-Carlisle 1

Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake 9, Old Rochester 0

Winthrop 1, Peabody/Lynnfield/North Reading 0

Woburn 4, Reading 1

BOYS SWIMMING

Nantucket 102, Bishop Connolly 35

GIRLS SWIMMING

Nantucket 102, Bishop Connolly 36

BOYS ATHLETICS

Somerset Berkley 44, GNB Voke 42

girls athletics

Somerset Berkley 62, GNB Voke 20

WATCH

Andover 37, Sharon 36

Belmont Hill 78, St. Mark 6

Cohasset 54, South Shore Voké 27

Latin Academy 39, Cambridge 37

Melrose 37, Wakefield 33

New Bedford 42, Whittier 37

North Plymouth 42, Silver Lake 34

South Plymouth 48, Hanover 24

Roxbury Latin 72, Brooks 12

St. John’s Prep 62, Catholic Memorial 6

Wayland 57, Westford 21

Xaverian 45, St. John’s (S) 27

BOROUGH

BOYS BASKETBALL

Miles Fiore hit a base jumper at the buzzer to give St. George’s a 46-44 win over Noble & Greenough in the Independent Schools League.

Kipp Schauder had 18 points as Marblehead (7-5) beat Danvers 79-48 in the Northeastern Conference.

Jason Romans had 25 points and eight steals for Bishop Fenwick in an 86-56 win over Central Catholic League opponent Bishop Stang.

Colby LeBlanc had 18 and 10 rebounds as Natick beat Lincoln-Sudbury 55-46 in a non-league game. … Luke Barry and John McClaren had 15 points each, while Dylan Rodriguez added 10, including the game’s buzzer at the buzzer, as Bridgewater-Raynham (7-5) eliminated Mansfield, 55-54. … Jackson Gagnier had 16 points and five assists as Apponequet edged Dartmouth in overtime, 68-67.

Omari Brooks (26 points) and Ruben Diaz (21 points, 16 rebounds) each exploded for Snowden in a 91-53 Boston City League win over Excel. … Kemar Morgan and Hassan Jenkins combined for 41 points as New Mission (4-0) recovered from a 17-point deficit to hand Burke (5-1) its first 74-71 overtime loss.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Abby Baird scored 20 points as Covenant Christian defeated Brimmer and May 39-27 at the Independent Girls Conference.

Lilly Stoller had 16 points and Sydnee Hyacinthe scored 14 for Milton Academy in a 53-46 win over Independent Schools League opponents Middlesex.

In the Boston City League, Jourdan Ferreira had 33 points for New Mission (4-4) in a 71-10 win over Brighton.

Korynne Holden had 13 points as Westport (8-6) beat Bishop Connolly 33-24 in the Mayflower Athletic Conference.

Lucy Latour led a balanced offense with 13 points as Dighton-Rehoboth beat Somerset Berkley 55-34 in the South Coast Conference.

Orlagh Gormley and Ava Bryan each had 19 points as North Quincy (13-0) beat Plymouth South 66-51 in the Patriot League.

Ashlee Talbot scored 21 points as Dracut (14-2) beat Lawrence 70-40 in the Merrimack Valley conference.

Maddie Wright scored 19 points as Old Rochester beat Falmouth 54-36 in a non-league game.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Averie Bowen scored twice and added an assist as Bishop Feehan beat St. Joseph 7-1 in the Catholic Central League.

Maria Pierce scored twice as Brooks (9-6-2) beat Thayer 3-1 in the Independent Schools League.

Katherine Flippo scored the game winner in overtime as Medfield beat Medway Co-op 5-4 in the Tri-Valley League.

Junior goalkeeper Bridget Gray made 54 saves for Belmont in a 2-2 extra-time draw against Winchester in the Middlesex League. … Maddie Krepelka scored her 100th career point as Arlington beat Lexington, 2-0.

Lily Ulvila scored three goals and two assists as Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake cruised to a 9-0 non-league win over Old Rochester.

HOCKEY BOYS

Tyler Hamilton brought the game-winner home 20 seconds into overtime as Catholic Memorial beat Xaverian 3-2 in the Catholic Conference. … Nick Brandand scored the game’s only goal as St. John’s Prep beat St. John’s (Shrewsbury), 1-0.

Andrew Perry’s overtime winner gave North Andover a 3-2 win over Newton South in the MVC/DCL.

Daniel Domeniconi scored twice as St. Mary’s beat Arlington Catholic 3-1 in the Catholic Central League.

Shay Donahue scored twice as Belmont beat Winchester 3-2 in the Middlesex League.

Tommy Sacco scored two goals, while Michael Bevilacqua added three assists as Masconomet (11-2) beat Marblehead 5-4 in the Northeastern Conference.

Quinn Pine, Justin Gouveia and Adyn Simmons scored as Bishop Stang (11-0) beat Latin Academy 3-1 in non-league action.

WATCH

On senior night, Plymouth North (2-10) rallied for a 42-34 win over Silver Lake in Patriot League action.

Senior captain Christian Pardue (126) improved to 28-1 this season with a technical win and led all three senior captains in wins, but it was the midfield of the Eagles roster that set things right away at the end.

Cain Nutall (152) and Mark McKay (170) picked up thrilling third-round victories in the dying seconds of regulation while junior Colin Fabry surprised with his fourth victory of the season in the 195-pound division with a winner of the match, first-round pin to put the Eagles up for good, 42-28.

JT Sarris (182) won by decision as Plymouth North swept the last four of five games.

St. John’s Prep (31-0) won 11 of 14 games and beat Catholic Memorial 62-6 to win its 24th straight Catholic Conference title.

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