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Pepperell Recreation 75

KRM Construction 59

Pepperell Recreation improved to 4-0 on the season in a fast-paced, hack fest as both teams managed to get themselves in the double bonus early. Game-higher scorer Dylan Muse led Pepperell Recreation with 21 points with Elliot Skinner (14 points) not far behind.

KRM’s was led by the offensive firepower of captain Nick Morgan (16 pts) and the southpaw Justin Greelis (18 pts). Marc Dellacanonicca played ferocious defense as he finished with 5 steals. Phil Picar also played a solid game as he had a few assists and finished the night with 9 points.

TWS Graphics 77

MASY Systems 42

TWS Graphics played a great all-around game. Unstoppable Paul Collette dominated the game with 28 points. Captain Nick Colello did a great job getting the offense in order and finished with 5 points and few assists. Jay Firth (13 pts) was big on the boards as he help spark the fast breaks. Shawn Collette played some great defense and added 9 points.

MASY Systems played a tough game, the offense was provided by Todd Monroe, who finished with 14 points. Scott Miln (4 pts) and Scott Cobleigh (2 pts) played hard on both ends of the court. Zach Dupell (8 pts) added a spark off the bench.

Koivu Earthworks 73

Buster’s Crew 52

Koivu Earthworks pulled away in the second half, with the stellar three-point shooting from Tom MacDonald (19 pts) and Josh Ivy (19 pts), who combined for 10 three-pointers. Jordan Murphy played a solid game and was driving to the hoop all night and finished with 12 points. Orlando Anderson finished around the rim and had 6 points.

For Buster’s Crew, captain Dan Podgorni was doing it all for his team. He had a couple of threes, solid shooting from the field and from the line, and added a couple of blocked shots. Matt Moore provided some solid offense and finished with 13 points. Ralph Rocco was key on the offense side as he had a couple of dimes and netted 11 points.

Glow Chiropractic 64

Narragansett Brewing Co. 45

Glow Chiropractic played a solid all-around game and picked up its second win, led on offense by Marcus Early with a game-high 22 points. If it wasn’t Early doing it all over the court, they were hitting Peter Saba (12 points) down low, or Mike Duarte (11 points) from the wing.

Narragansett Brewing Co. is back on the slide with a tough loss against a much more athletic Glow Chiropractic squad. Their bright spots were Carl Priddle (11 points), Jared Ingersoll (10 points) and Marc Waters (6 points), who provided of big chunk of the offense. Jay Wandkte (6 points) and Zach Glow (2 points) provided the defensive highlights as Jay had a few blocks and Zach had a few steals.

Buster’s Crew 62

KRM Construction 37

Buster’s Crew used its depth to advantage, making a run and never looking back to post its first win. Matt Moore is making a push for scoring champ and he kept his hopes alive with a great 21-point performance. Captain Dan Podgorni worked hard and finished with 19 points. Ralph Rocco added a couple of dimes and 9 points, and John Collins had 5 points and a great game on both ends.

Undermanned KRM Construction played hard and were keyed by the scoring of three players. Alan Ericson had his best performance of the season with a solid 12 points. Ryan Woodward hit three three-pointers and had a handful of defensive boards. Captain Nick Morgan was hitting early with 9 points, all in the first half.

MASY Systems 73

Ultimate Athlete 59

MASY Systems pulled off the first big upset of the summer with a solid win over Ultimate Athlete. Sparked by the long-range shooting of Ronnie Brown (20 points), whose three’s helped MASY put together an early second half run which allowed them to take command. Tyler LaPierre continued his aggressive play and finished with 14 points. Scott Miln had a big second half on the offensive glass and finished with 8 points. Scott Cobleigh (5 points), C.J. Masiollo (1 point), and Zac Dupell (7 points) all had strong games defensively for MASY.

Ultimate Athlete had a tough go of it offensively, even with Curt Stillman’s game-high 24 points. Rob Getek played well under the boards and netted 11 points. The game was close in the first half, but once the second half started, things started to slip away for UA. Ryan Logan (8 points) and Chris Carmona (6 points) tried their best on defense to stop the bleeding, but it was too much.

Janet Cramb Real Estate 63

TWS Graphics 61

In the best game of the season so far, two fast, athletic and evenly matched teams met and Janet Cramb Real Estate held on for a thrilling victory. Three players did the bulk of the scoring for Janet Cramb as Justin Maly put on a clinic from the free throw line (8-for-8) as he scored 14 points. Matt Leone (12 points) hit a few from beyond the arch as usual, and big man Bret Chisholm (12 points) was also feeling it from downtown and was cleaning up the messes underneath.

TWS got balanced scoring from its big three of Shawn Collette (20 points), Paul Collette (11 points) and Jay Firth (11 points) as it chipped away in the second half and drew to within three points with under two minutes left. TWS’ ability to hit free throws was the difference.

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