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THIRD GRADE GIRLS

New England Sports Photo

Hustle: Caroline Schueles

Defense: Brittani LeBlanc

Offense: Erin Anotsh

Brick Steamer Ice Cream

Hustle: Stephanie Mullin

Defense: Julia Langlois

Offense: Taylor Dube

Dr. Mark Rosebush D.M.D.

Hustle: Samantha Gonda

Defense: Rachel Ravanis

Offense: Amber Joyce

Dr. Linda Blaschke D.M.D.

Hustle: Taylor Larson

Defense: Amanda Rossi

Offense: Taylor Keating

Brooks Pharmacy

Hustle: Victoria Theall

Defense: Lexi Thonis

Offense: Madelyn Hallisey

White Hen Pantry

Hustle: Dominic Goyette

Defense: Robbie Terrell

Offense: Monica Desmond

FOURTH GRADE GIRLS

KRM Carpentry

Hustle: Felicia Lord

Defense: Emily Rapoza

Offense: Lexi Thonis

Patriot Pizza and Subs

Hustle: Vicki Pappas

Defense: Danielle Priest

Offense: Amelia Ecevido

Dunkin Donuts

Hustle: Courtney Supernaut

Defense: Lauren Kirk

Offense: Jenny DeMarine

Connor Electric

Hustle: Kathyrn O’Shea

Defense: Abby Connor

Offense: Katie King

THIRD GRADE BOYS

Townsend Ford

Hustle: Chris Lauritzen

Defense: Max Ingerson

Offense: Ryan MacDonald

Brown and Brown Insurance

Hustle: Noah Young

Defense: Jason Vettese

Offense: Joe Kiluk

Pete Antosh Excavating

Hustle: Nick Grube

Defense: Matthew Cole

Offense: Colin Lomax

Wilson Brothers

Hustle: Zach Collins

Defense: Alex Collins

Offense: Kyle Priest

Townsend Recreation

Hustle: Ben Harris

Defense: Blake Amiot

Offense: Joey O’Neill

FOURTH GRADE BOYS

Century 21 Nashoba Associates

Hustle: Cole Mance

Defense: Danny Anderson

Offense: Matt Holm

Pediatrics West

Hustle: GavinThomas

Defense: John Brinkman

Offense: Nick Johansen

Select Engineering

Hustle: David Neuhaus

Defense: Ben Corsini

Offense: Brian Strait

Auto Clinic

Hustle: Dakota Lyons

Defense: Charlie Ritchie

Offense: Austin Black

FIFTH/SIXTH GRADE GIRLS

Stop & Style 26

North Central Blaze 12

Leading Shop & Style’s offense were Kim Morgan with 12 points, Ashley Rosko 8 and Elena Beauregard 7. Liz David added 6 points and many rebounds. Eryn Melanson and Marissa Vasquez led the strong defense with numerous steals.

Haley Dupell led hard-working North Central Blaze with 4 points while Courtney Adrianson added 3. Jessica Schmuck scored 2 points and played well underneath the hoop.

Townline HVAC 22

Re/Max Colonial – Team Tavenner 8

For the winners, Sammy Lynch scored 15 points and controlled the ball while Meghan Nadworny, Michaela Marshall and Miranda Goyette-Connor all played outstanding on both ends of the court. Mackensey Farina and Vanessa Tenore pulled down rebounds and added 7 and 6 points, respectively.

Marissa Amichetti, Sarah Byrd and Courtney Wise. Remax’ Julianna White, Carey Parkhurst and Andrea Alaimo each scored a bucket. Marissa Smith and Kim Smith played tenacious defense throughout the whole game.

New England Sports Photo 32

Coca-Cola of Lowell 19

Madeline Balassie led the scoring for NE Sports Photo with 21 points. Hannah Foster and Samantha Marshall played exceptional defense, making steals all over the court. Mikayla Guild and Emily McCarthy eacj added a basket.

Christine Kenney led Coca-Cola with 8 points, followed by DeDe Madden with 6, Molly Brooks 3 and Courtney Hart 2. Jennifer Moll and Carmel James played tough defense.

FIFTH/SIXTH GRADE BOYS

Pepperell Police 27

Workers Credit Union 22

Zack Ryan paced the win with his ballhandling and 10 points. Lucas Ravanis contributed with 7 points and exceptional defense. Brendan Vargeletis and Jared Chavez were extremely aggressive as they pulled down key rebounds. Oliver Beale also played aggressive defense.

Liam Coughlin and Francis Phillips led the offense with nine and eight points, respectively. Riley Maloney scored 7 points, played tenacious defense and crashed the boards with Chris Tucker. Overall the team played well together, even in the overtime play.

Nashoba Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine 24

Pepperell Recreation 23

Isaac Forest led the win with 8 points, while Craig Croteau added 4 points and was tough at both ends. Paul Neuman and Ethan Ward played outstanding defense.

Pepperell Rec’s Shawn Pinney led the team offensively and defensively with 8 points. Austin Lowrey and Tyler Thomas both added 6 points each.

Valley Orthopaedics 31

Patriot Barber Shop 23

Brandon Cole led the winners with 13 points while Mitchell Lorden and Ben Ferro added 6 points each. Nate Cole, Jacob Peante and Troy Langlois all played awesome defensively.

Brian Quin and Travis Collier had 6 and 5 points respectively for Patriot Barber Shop. The teams defensive strategy was exceptional. Chris Ayotte and Justin Marple each added 4 points.

Dr. Jay Decoteau 27

Auto Clinic 26

Joe Dolciotto led Dr. Decoteau with 6 points while Dana Bupphawes added 4. Bobby Larson handled the ball well. Ryan Violette and Mark Rossi added 2 points each and played great defense.

Auto Clinic’s defense was outstanding and the offense was well developed. Casey Muzzy led the team with experience and Jimmy Walmsley controlled the ball from the outside well.

SEVENTH/EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS

D’Amico & Chenelle 38

Hartnett Management Group 31

Jessica Ward paced the win with 14 points, followed by Julie McCarthy with 12. Emily Gustafson and Jess DiLorenzo played tenacious defense as Corie Howe and Erin Picard pulled down important rebounds.

Bonnie Terrio pulled down rebounds that converted into Hailey Connor’s 15 points on the offensive end. Julie Pecukonis handled the ball and added 9 points. Jessica Meehan played exceptional on both ends of the court and added 3 points.

Pinnacle Development 42

Doc Davis Ice Cream 26

Lauren Conner, Kiley Hardy and Becky Batchelder did and outstanding job handling the ball for Pinnacle Development. Emma Delaney led the offense with 22 points while Amy Jones added 12 and Mackenzie Sharp 6.

Doc Davis’ guards Kelsie Twombly and Brittany Nelson led the way offensively with 12 and 17 points, respectively. Maggie Cassidy and Shannon Pomeroy pulled down rebounds and were key defensive players. Liz Cormier added 2 points.

Benjamin Builders 59

Townsend VFW 32

The dynamic 1-2 punch of Katy Hartnett (25 points) and Ali Lorden (24) keyed the win. Shawna Harris added 4 points and great defense. Other defensive standouts were Julia Deignan and Danielle Vachon.

Christina Gordon led Townsend VFW with 12 points, followed by Sarah Neuhaus with 8 and Moira Murphy with 6. The aggressive defense was led by Cassie Vazquez and Maggie Desmond.

Re/Max Colonial – Team Tavenner 41

Hillside Construction 34

Kendra Scott and Lauren Perry were big under the basket with 11 and 8 points, respectively, plus many rebounds. Jessica Pare controlled the ball and contributed with 14 points. Alyssa Jollimore and Stephanie Wilbur played outstanding defense.

Hillside Construction’s offense was led by Marissa Thomas and Moriah Cummings with 8 points each. Jessica Aubin and Marissa MacEachern both played solid defense and added six and five points, respectively, on the offensive end. Anna Tessier and Molly Lyons added 2 points each.

SEVENTH/EIGHTH GRADE BOYS

CW Fuels 53

M & N Sports 33

David Lorden and Colin Cenedella led CW Fuels with 15 and 14 points, respectively. Guards Colby Ledoux (9 points) and Gary Lorden (5) did outstanding jobs. The tenacious defense was led by Jacob Watkins and Phillip Ashe.

M & N Sports’ offense was led by Tony Gravell and Tom Keras with 9 pointws each. Alex Burud and Devin Medrek rebounded and played strong under the basket. Ed Nee, Billy Wilson and Drew Kanan hustled throughout on both ends of the court.

Forest Appliance 52

Townsend Isshinryu Karate Club 42

Danny Ceron scored 9 points and Zack Clark added 8 to pace the win. Mark Schulze handled the ball well and contributed with 6 points. Aaron Forest played well underneath the basket and added 4 points. Cam Hendley and Mike Chase added 3 points each.

Trevor Thompson led the team with outstanding defense as Drew Dion led the offense with 14 points. Brian Magee had 4 points and played tough defense. C.J. Flavin and Nick Ravanis controlled the offense and paced the game.

T & W Builders 55

Lorden Oil 37

Kyle Simas led T & W Builders with 16 points and outstanding rebounding. Chris Canning and Brendan Cook played outstanding in the pressing defense. Kyle McDermott and James Osterfeild added 8 and 6 points, respectively. Jimmy Carver and Justin Roberts were big keys to the tight, tough defense.

Lorden Oil was led by the quick Kevin Marciano with 15 points. Matt Foley added seven points and Shamus Flynn had six points. Tyler Tenbroek and Jacob Lopilato hustled throughout the entire game. Michael Leonardo, Josh Mihill and Mark Joy rebounded well and played solid defense.

Mini-Broach 40

Crosswinds Company 37

Alex Ingerson, Carlos Pineda and Dean Muzzy were all offensively strong with 20, nine and seven points respectively. Nick Indeglia played tough defense for Mini-Broach. Alex Dellcanonica added 4 points to the win.

Erik Lauritzen and Joe MacDonald played tough, strong defense for the Crosswinds Company team. Stephen Valacer and Drew Donovan led the offense with 11 and 10 points, respectively. Rick Charest and Joshua Page had great hustle and Ibrahim Mughal added 7 points.

White Hen Pantry 50

Nashoba Publishing 47

Scott Cavanaugh led the way for the White Hen with 25 points. Ryan Trust and Ethan colburn contributed with six and five points respectively. Devin Vaillancourt rebounded well and Dominic Ciccone played great defense.

Jeremy Quill led Nashoba Publishing with 21 points and handled the ball well. Nate Wetherell played tough defense and added 13 points. Chris Scott added10 points and many rebounds.

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS

Dr. Jay Decoteau 44

Sterilite 23

Dr. Decoteau’s Nick Smith handled the ball well and made good passess. Tony Deshler led the scoring with 18 points, followed by Mike Cronin and Eric Collier with 7 each. Burke Bero, Ian Buchholz, Matt Canning and George Bero all pulled down rebounds.

Mike Shaw led the offense with 8 points and Brendan Sullivan added 7 points. Andy Mihill, T.J. Schools and Matt Lieneck were strong underneath the basket with tough rebounds. Great defense was played by Alex Mihill and Dan Alger.

Townsend Collision Center 54

T & W Builders 47

Brian Farese and Trevor Faxon led the win with 14 points each, while Josh Brickley added 10, Greg Burud 5, and A.J. Wright, C.J. Ferera and Jim Barksdale 4 each.

T & W Builder’s scoring was led by Chris Waugh and C.J. Dalton with 11 points each. Steve Bentley played well on both ends of the court and contributed 8 points. James Armstrong came alive and added 6 points.

Batter’s Box 39

Hillside Construction 38

The phenomenal rebounding by Usman Mughal converted into great offense opportunities for the Batter’s Box. Bill Watkinson shot well from the outside and scored 13 points. Mike Ball handled the ball well and added 8 points on drives to the basket.

Hillside Construction’s offense was led by Dennis O’Rourke’s 7 points. Sean Doherty and Ryan Moseley pulled down rebounds and played exceptional defense. Pat Collins added 6 points and also pulled down rebounds.

Ideal Storage 50

C.W. Fuels 37

Excellent team defense keyed the win. Zach Dupell led a balanced offense with 9 points, followed by Chris Pratka and Jimmy Balboni with 8 each, Joe Balboni 7, Ryan Milliken 6, and Brian Cronin and Chris Hathaway 5 apiece.

Scott Cobleigh led C.W. Fuels with 19 points. Josh Lagasse and Walter Kusmirek added 7 and six points, respectively. Ryan O’Neill handled the ball well and Joe Diaz and Justin Lancey played tenacious defense.

Realty Executives 46

Pepperell Recreation 38

John Quigley led Realty Executives with 22 points. Tyler Lapierre and Mike Leflorre hustled on both ends of the court and added 14 and 10 points, respectively. Scott Miln made some great steals and chipped in with 8 points.

Steve Van Wormer led the offense with 17 points. Matt Butcher contributed with 16 points and great defense. Chris Tully and Erik Guild added 10 and 7 points, respectively. A.J. Pecukonis played outstanding on both ends of the court.

Townsend House 60

Lorden Oil 50

Nick Hamel led Townsend House with 17 points, followed by Jim Steechi with 14 and Jake Lurvey 7. Calvin Cutts and Nick Mangiacotti played well on both ends of the court.

Lorden Oil’s offense was led by Sam McGrath who had 16 points. Dan Amichetti played outstanding and added 10 points. Sean McNiff and Tom Maxner added 8 and 6 points, respectively. Sam Marti played solid defense and hustled throughout.

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS

Groton-Dunstable 1 38

Montachusett Pest Control 34

Groton-Dunstable’s team efforts were outstanding as they pulled away with the win.

Madison Ledoux led the Montachusett Pest Control offense with 21 points. Devin Picard pulled down rebounds and added 4 points. Ali Conner, Carley McIntyre, Heather Lyons and Morgan Ledoux all added a basket.

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