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Girls Jr. Biddy
Suns 21, Braves 19
Libby White led all scorers with nine points for the Suns, with Grace Cardin and Julia Cote adding 4 each, and Adhithi Venkatesan and Amelia Roberge with two each. The Braves were led by Lilly Brooks scoring eight points, with Kylie Vermette and Annie Sherman adding four each, and Aliya Lewis with three.
Rockets 30, Bulls 20
Rockets defense was led by Kayleigh Monis and Harsh Rathore who also scored three points, Caitlyn Olsen, Carly Fryatt and Catherine Covert each had six points. The scoring for the Bulls was led by Emily Martinez with four and Lauren Robinson with three points. The Bulls defensive were led by Aaliyah Forman, Courtney Gunter and Abigail Sliwa
Rockets 20, Knights 10
Rockets scorers were led by Courtney Olsen, Lize Monica Mendoza and Alyssa King with six points each. Harsh Rathore and Kayleigh Monis also scored a basket each. For the Knights the scoring was done by Kara Kelliher, Morgan Laforge and Jenae Freeman.
Panthers 20, Suns 19
Panthers 20-19 over the Suns, riding the wave of an offensive attack by Riley Marchand leading the team in scoring and another defensive masterpiece lead by Lyssa Brogan, Lindsey Ireland, Maddie and Dottie Charest, Hannah Anderson, Taylor Ireland and the rest of the Panthers team!
Rockets 40, Celtics 23
Rockets played a solid game on both sides of the ball. Jamie Allard returned after being out for the past few games with an injury and had four points. Kayleigh Monis and Ameya Coleman both a basket. Celtics were led by Julia Primeau five points and Bella Primeau and Ashley Roberts who both had four points.
Rockets 23, Lakers 15
Rockets scoring was led by Arianna Motivala who had nine points. Catherine Covert keep the Rockets in the game with six points in the second quarter. Carly Fyatt, Courtney Olsen and Caitlyn Olsen all scored late game baskets to secure the win for Rockets. For the Lakers, Katie Carr and Catina Hicks played excellent defense and the scoring was led by Jaden Smith and Taylor Ulery.
Panthers 24, Bulls 20
Strong offense coming from Lindsey Ireland, Hannah Muchemore, and great defense coming once again from Lyssa Brogan, Hannah Anderson, Rylee Marchand, Hayam Sabir, Alexis Trudel, Rita Dow.
Satellites 41 Bullets 31
The Lites and Bullets played another close game with the Lites coming out on top. Jordan Donnelly, Spencer Derosher, and Keenan Mcdonald were the offensive leaders for the winners, with Max Sheppard, Caleb Plourde, and Connor Woodward starring on the defensive end. Casey Mcnally scored 10 for the Bullets.
Jazz 53, Cougars 48
The Jazz held off a determined Cougar team for a win in which all 12 Jazz players scored. The team effort was led by Gabe Perralt with eight points, followed by Adam Ramos with seven points and Nick Harrison with five points. The Cougars were led by S. Kennedy with 10 points and M. Franco with nine points.
Sonics 57, Sharks 31
The Sonics pulled away to defeat the Sharks. Andrew Schott had six points while Wesley Quiroz added five and Nick Kelly played hard defense and contributed three points for the winners. Nathan Kumar played an excellent game defensively for the Sonics. Timothy Yang had an outstanding game for the Sharks and led all scorers with 12 points.
Sharks 48, Nationals 46 (OT)
Kavim Bhatnagar led all scorers with nine while Adem Akel and Devin Linscott each had eight, Vishik Bhalla seven, Nikhil Prasad, six, Peyton Adams four, Adam Paquette two, Timothy Yang two, and Andrew Mortin two rounded out the scoring. Great defense and hustle by Zach Plourde, Zach Gauthier, and Cody Flemming helped secure the win.
Jazz 60, Braves 39
The Jazz had 12 different players score led by Mason Moore and Gabe Perralt with 10 points each. The Braves had 10 different players in the scoring column with G. Belesca and M. Flaherty leading the way with six points each.
Jazz 44, Sharks 18
The Jazz for the 2nd game in a row had all 12 players get into the scorebook led by Nick Harrison with eight points. The Sharks were led by K. Bhatanagar with six points. R.J. Jenkins and Evan Baldassaro pitched in with six points each for the Jazz.
Satellites 38, Pistons 28
The Lites beat the Pistons with good ball movement, getting everyone involved. They had eight different players contribute with points. Spencer Derosher led all scorers with 12, followed by Josh Reeder for the Pistons with 10.
Sonics 52, Cougars 27
The Sonics beat the Cougars for their ninth win of the season. Matt Savoia led the Sonics with 12 points while Tim McMeniman added 10. Parsley Laleau and Kaiden Giantsis each added eight. The Cougars were led by Brendan Choate and Adam Gosselin who each scored 10 points.
Heat 77, Flyers 52
Jack Barnes lead the Heat in scoring with 16 points followed by Keniel Maldenerde with 13.
Heat 63, Blue Devils 48
Keniel Maldenarde lead the Heat with 17 points followed by Spencer Bergeron with 16 points and Jerimiah Pena with 12 points.
Stars 61, Blazers 56
The Stars were led by Peter McManus with 17 points and key rebounds. Danny Soler contributed 15, followed by Tylor Fronk and Noah Cardin with eight and seven. Mayur Patel and Andrew Ball made key defensive plays, in the win. For the Blazers, Michael Lentz had 16 and Brian Inzerillo chipped in seven.
Colts 50, Celtics 44 (OT)
Anthony Martin tied the game in the final seconds of regulation and Cameron Novotny made the winning basket in OT and keyed a second half comeback with nine points. Shane Legraw had a spectacular game with 27 points and several clutch free throws to close out the win. The Celtics were led Dylan Gamache with 26 points.
Boys Jr. Biddy
Nets 23, Pistons 17
The Nets were led by Joseph Bodi and Ian Deluca with 10 points each and the Pistons were led by Ryan Bourgois and Mitchell Lynch with four points each.
Bulldogs 32, Cougars 11
Henry Cockerham played a great all around defensive game and took player of the game. Jaden Murphy led all scores with eight, Alex Meesig had six, Oscar Trujillo five, Luis Vargas four, Viraj Jayaraman three, Brandon Metivier two, Nitish Bodicharla two, and Dean Adams two rounded out the scoring.
Pistons 22, Clippers 8
Pistons were led by Liam Novak (six points, nine steals) and Nick Gosselin (four points). Clippers were led by tough defense from Matt Keisling and Kyle Gauthier.
Bulldogs 22, Spurs 19
Nitish Bodicharla led all scorers with six points while Jaden Murphy and Brandon Metivier had four each, Kobey Marshall three, Alex Meesig two, Dean Adams two and Oscar Trujillo added a free throw.
Bulldogs 17, Falcons 15
Great game between two good teams as the Bulldogs pulled out a two-point win. Jaden Murphy led all scorers with six points, Alex Meesig five, Dean Adams four and Viraj Jayaraman had two. Cody Necco had a great game at both ends of the court.
Nuggets 27, Celtics 12
The Nuggets played a complete game, with nine of 11 players scoring. The Celtics were lead by Shubh Dubey (six points).
Nuggets 32, Stars 12
Nuggets were lead by Julian Gonzalez with a season high 10 points.