Jap Massachusetts highschool scores and highlights from Monday




Attleboro 67, Canton 62

Austin Prep 61, Arlington Catholic 41

Bishop Feehan 64, St. Mary’s 63

Cohasset 66, Cardinal-Spellman 40

Cristo Rey 61, Bishop Fenwick 56

Durfee 69, Dartmouth 63

Falmouth 55. Mashpee 45

Fitchburg 61, Leominster 52

Hanover 54, Scituate 52 (ot)

Nashoba 74, Clinton 56

Westboro 43, Marlboro 38

Westport 52, West Bridgewater 45


Austin Prep 55, Arlington Catholic 46

Barnstable 67, Nantucket 35

Bishop Fenwick 53, Abp. Williams 32

Central Catholic 51, Tewksbury 38

Durfee 60, Dartmouth 41

Fitchburg 44, Leominster 18

Fontbonne 64, Matignon 23

Hanover 52, Scituate 25

Hingham 54, Whitman-Hanson 45

Martha’s Winery 46, Pembroke 45

Nashoba 47, Clinton 29

New Bedford 57, Brockton 47

St. Mary’s 67, Bishop Feehan 55


Dartmouth 7, Previous Rochester/Fairhaven 1

Dennis-Yarmouth 5, Mashpee/Monomoy 1

Dover-Sherborn/Weston 6, Norton 3

Falmouth 1, Sandwich 1

Marshfield 7, Whitman-Hanson 2

Shrewsbury 8, Nashoba 2


Falmouth 3, Cape Cod 1

Quincy/North Quincy 5, Plymouth 3

Scituate 5, West/East Bridgewater 4


Franklin 85, Mansfield 72

Wellesley 96, Needham 90


Franklin 89, Mansfield 68

Medfield 105, Norwell 66




Adam Drummond hit two free throws with three seconds left to present Bishop Feehan (9-1) a 64-63 win over St. Mary’s within the Catholic Central Massive. … Thomas Skeffington collected 14 factors and 18 boards as Austin Prep took down Arlington Catholic, 61-41.

Joson Sanon scored 26 factors as Durfee improved to 5-1 with a 69-63 win over Dartmouth within the Southeast Convention.

Liam Cunnie had 24 factors, whereas Will Grudinskas and James Appleton chipped in with 11 apiece as Cohasset (2-1) defeated Cardinal Spellman, 66-40, in a nonleague contest.


Ashley Dinges had her second double-double with 10 rebounds and 15 factors, whereas Adriana Niles had 18 factors and eight rebounds as Central Catholic (5-0) defeated Tewksbury, 51-38, within the Merrimack Valley Convention.

Olivia Gourdine scored 22 factors as Barnstable coasted to a 67-35 win over Nantucket within the Cape and Islands League.

Mackenzie Carreiro had 18 factors and 16 rebounds, whereas Camryn Lewis had 18 factors, 10 rebounds and 6 steals as Durfee defeated Dartmouth, 60-41, within the Southeast Convention.

Olivia Discovered had 12 factors and 6 steals as Bishop Fenwick coasted to a 53-32 win over Archbishop Williams within the Catholic Central League.

Emily Flynn completed with 23 factors, serving to to present head coach Brian Fisher his two hundredth teaching victory as Hanover defeated Scituate, 52-25, within the Patriot League.

Sophomore Colleen Fogarty drained 13 factors, as Fontbonne used a 26-2 first quarter run en path to knocking off Matignon, 64-23, in a nonleague contest.


Jake Mastrangelo had three objectives and two assists as Marshfield dealt with Whitman-Hanson, 7-2, within the Patriot League.

Falmouth and Sandwich performed to a 1-1 tie within the Cape and Islands League. Max MacDonald scored for Falmouth, whereas Colin McIver tallied for Sandwich.


Longtime boys tennis coach Doug Chapman of Somerset Berkley was considered one of 23 highschool coaches from throughout the nation chosen as 2020 Nationwide Coaches of the Yr by the Nationwide Federation of State Excessive Faculty Associations (NFHS) Coaches Affiliation.

St. John’s Prep Energy and Conditioning Coordinator Billy McSheffrey has been named the 2021 Massachusetts Coach of the Yr by the Nationwide Excessive Faculty Energy Coaches Affiliation (NHSSCA). The annual honor acknowledges a scholastic energy and conditioning coach for achievements within the area and fervour for the career. State Coach Of The Yr winners are chosen by their friends throughout the Commonwealth.

LYNN MA. JANUARY 25: Bishop Feehan’s Meghan Rapose guards St. Mary’s Nicolette D’Itria through the women basketball recreation on January 25, 2021 in Lynn, MA. (Workers Photograph By Nancy Lane/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

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