Sunday, December 13, 2009

EMass Boys Basketball: "He's got game" for Week 1

The EMass boys basketball season got off to a flying start in Week 1. Here are a look at players who came out of the gates flying. For more information on EMass sports please visit

Wesport's Matt Medeiros (38 pts) paced the Wildcats to a season opening win over Southeastern Reg (86-76).

Bishop Feehan's Ryan Sheehan (27 pts, 6 reb) lead the Shamrocks to a (84-56) win over the Seekonk.

Newton North's Greg Kelley (22 pts, 7 reb, 2 blocks) was the impetus behind the Tigers (71-41) Bay State League win over Framingham.

DJ Santos (16 pts) powered the defending D2 State Champion Milton Wildcats to a (54-44) decision over Wellesley.

North Reading's P.J. Dionne (28 pts) powered the Fighting Hornets to a (60-51) Cape Ann League win over Ipswich.

Adam Lewin (26 pts) lead all scorers in the Wayland Warriors (81-65) Dual County League victory over Newton South.

Bristol-Plymouth's John McCartney (31 pts) propelled the Craftsmen to a (69-55) win over West Bridgewater.

Bedford's Mike Ingram-Rubin (25 pts, 7 ass, 5 steals) paced the Buccaneers to a (65-52) decision over Waltham.

Nick Bruha (17 pts) lead the Oliver Ames Tigers to a (58-44) win over Foxboro in Hockomock League action.

Hopkinton's Max Masucci (20 pts, 3 assists) powered the Hillers to a Tri-Vally League win over Norton.

Cardinal Spellman's Paul Pitts (22 pts) lead the Cardinals to a (59-34) non-league win over Coyle-Cassidy.

John Giacobbe (22 pts, 8 reb) lead the Medway Mustangs to a (75-34) decision over Millis in Tri-Valley League action.

King Philip's Jake Layman (19 pts, 14 reb, 5 blocks) powered the Warriors to a (63-60) non-league decision over Randolph.

Nauset's Cameron Seymour (13 pts, 15 reb) lead the Warriors to a (47-31) win over WMass foe Easthampton.

Chris Ashe (23 pts) including a game tying 3-pointer to lead the Norfolk Aggie Rams to a (55-48) decision over Essex Aggie.

Harwich's Curtis Henderson (23 pts) powered the Rough Riders to a (63-37) victory over Chatham.

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