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  1. D1 Baseball: Xaverian finally gets state title

    Tom Layman

    WORCESTER, Mass. -- Gerry Lambert immediately gave Alex Person the vote of confidence as the starting pitcher in the biggest game of the season after Xaverian displaced Lowell in the Div. 1 state semis earlier in the week. Person made good on his ...

    Blog | June 17, 2012
  2. D2 North Baseball Final: Burlington 3, Beverly 2

    Tom Layman

    LOWELL, Mass. - Peter Dawe delivered himself quite an early birthday present. The Burlington junior hurler allowed two runs (both earned) and fanned four in seven innings, and he delivered the game-winning hit as the Red Devils earned a come-from-...

    Blog | June 09, 2012
  3. D1 Baseball: Norwood 11, Marshfield 10

    Tom Layman

    MARSHFIELD, Mass. - It's no secret to Kevin Igoe that his Norwood baseball team likes to live on an edge a little too much this season. Igoe has seen his team build huge leads, get a little complacent and then find a way to gut out a victory sever...

    Blog | June 06, 2012
  4. D1 Baseball: Central Cath. 5, Boston Latin 1

    Tom Layman

    ALLSTON, Mass. - Marc Pelletier didn't care what his pitch counter said after the eighth inning when it came to his starter Andrew Hamel. The coach knew his big lefty has pitched well enough this season to have plenty of wins in the column, but th...

    Blog | May 31, 2012
  5. Recap: No. 22 Marshfield 3, East Bridgewater 0

    Tom Layman

    HULL, Mass. - William Battis thought the championship game of the Brian F. O'Donnell Memorial Tournament was going to be a low-scoring, tight contest between his Marshfield Rams and the Vikings of East Bridgewater. Maybe professional prognosticato...

    Blog | April 18, 2012
  6. Div. 2 Girls Final: Reading 48, Tyngsborough 27

    Tom Layman

    WORCESTER, Mass. - Reading was honored before the Div. 2 state championship game for the sportsmanship the Rockets have shown in the 2011-12 season. Apparantely being a good sport isn't the only thing the Rockets were good at this season. Readi...

    Blog | March 17, 2012
  7. Div. 2 Girls: Reading 71, Scituate 64 (OT)

    Tom Layman

    (Video courtesy of Lucas Shapiro) BOSTON - Brian Buckley probably stated it best after his Scituate girls basketball team battled with Reading in a clash between two teams with a combined 47-0 coming into the TD Garden. His words were simple an...

    Blog | March 13, 2012
  8. Div. 3 Boys: Danvers 68, Wareham 45

    Tom Layman

    BOSTON - Danvers head coach John Walsh knew it wasn't a time to panic. Even after Wareham scored the first 10 points of the second half and grabbed its first lead since the first bucket of the game, Walsh stood firm and let his players decide to f...

    Blog | March 13, 2012
  9. D2 South Boys: Stoughton 59, Hopkinton 53

    Tom Layman

    BOSTON - This one meant a little bit more to Aaron Calixte. It wasn't in what he said in the postgame or the many hugs he received from friends, family and even complete strangers parading around center court once all the games completed for the d...

    Blog | March 11, 2012
  10. D1 South Boys: Brockton 57, Madison Park 48

    Tom Layman

    BOSTON, Mass. - Brockton will make its much-anticipated return to the Garden floor as the top-seeded Boxers displaced No. 2 seed Madison Park (19-3) with a 57-48 victory last night in the Div. 1 South finals at the Clark Athletic Center on the campus...

    Blog | March 10, 2012
  11. Div. 4 Boys: St. Mary's (Lynn) 62, Pope John 39

    Tom Layman

    BOSTON - In the game of basketball, sometimes it's not the amount of talent that a high school team can pump out on the floor at any one given moment that makes all the difference in a big spot. Sometimes it's just being there for one another and ...

    Blog | March 09, 2012
  12. Div. 1 Girls: Masconomet 55, L-S 43

    Tom Layman

    WESTFORD, Mass. - Bob Romeo hinted to Claudia Marsh that she could be the key for Masconomet to get to the Div. 1 North finals before the Chieftains semi-final matchup against Lincoln-Sudbury (16-7). Apparently the hint, and a little pep talk, did...

    Blog | March 08, 2012
  13. Div. 2 Boys: Brighton 65, Melrose 59

    Tom Layman

    MALDEN, Mass. - It wasn't a situation that Tre Dowman has been put in, or one that is really expected of the 6-foot-7-inch center for the Brighton boys basketball team. But there he was, on the free throw line with huge shots that could force Melr...

    Blog | March 06, 2012
  14. Div. 1 Boys: A-B 63, Lawrence 58

    Tom Layman

    ACTON, Mass. - At first glance, Acton-Boxborough may look like a lumbering, big team that will only play in the half court and lull you to sleep in the post with size at seemingly every position. But once the Colonials get into the flow of a game ...

    Blog | March 04, 2012
  15. Div. 3 Boys: Spellman 62, Rockland 60

    Tom Layman

    ROCKLAND, Mass. - Michael Downing made a promise to his teammates at halftime to be a factor in the final 16 minutes of the Div. 3 South quarter-finals after early foul trouble kept him on the bench in the first half. The 6-foot senior guard was c...

    Blog | March 02, 2012
  16. IAABO Board 130: Central, Pentucket win finals

    Tom Layman

    LAWRENCE, Mass. - If this was a potential preview of what's to come in the MIAA Tournament, then fans of high school basketball in the area are in for a treat. Central Catholic nipped St. John's Prep, 59-58, on a lay-in by Nick Cambio with six sec...

    Blog | February 20, 2012