Thursday, March 12, 2009

Lynn English' Woumn and Swampscott's Gambale



Ryan Woumn (below) from D1 EMASS Boys Champion, Lynn English, and Marissa Gambale (on right) from D3 EMASS Girls Champion, Swampscott, dominance in the tournament at point guard position.

Here is the story from Steve Krausse of the Lynn Daily Item.

Woburn's Hannell Velez becomes Woburn's all-time Leading scorer


Woburn's Hannell Velez became the school's all-time boys leading scorer in the Tanner's (70-69) lost to Milton in the EMASS D2 final. He finishes his career with 1,373 points to surpass former record holder Jay Boyle who finished with 1,369.

Here is the story by the Daily Times Chronicles' Steve Pacheco.

Greater New Bedford's Billy Dias and Dartmouth's Lauren Kelleher win Cowens award



Greater New Bedford's Billy Dias and Dartmouth's Lauren Kelleher won the prestigious Dave Cowens Basketball Achievement Award last night. The award goes to the top student-athlete in a 21 school region on the south coast.

He is a link to the story in the South Coast Varsity.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Lynn English are the Kings of D1 EMASS Basketball


Lynn English's Ryan Woumn (pictured right) poured in 30 points in Bulldogs incredible (90-83) overtime win over the Brockton Boxers.

Here is the story from the Lynn Item.

Milton scores EMASS D2 Title behind Super Frosh Rene Castro


Milton's freshman Rene Castro had 23 points including the game winner to help the Wildcats to a (70-69) victory over Woburn despite 33 points from the Tanners Hanell Velez.

Milton's #50 Emanuel Hutcherson pictured celebrating at right.

Here is the rest of the story from the Patriot Ledger.

Watertown captures EMASS D3 Title


Watertown's Kyle Stockmal exploded in the second half with 20 points to finish with a game high 24 in leading the Red Raiders to a (67-51) victory over Abington in the EMASS D3 final. They gone on to face WMASS Sabis on Saturday.

Watertown stars Kerman Benyam (left) and Kyle Stockmal pictured in photo.

Here is the story from the Daily News Tribune

Cathedral captures D4 State Championship


Cathedral's John Flakes with 17 points and Max Barbosa with 16 points and stellar second half defense on North Cambridge Catholic's Robinson Vilmont, guided the Cathedral Panthers to the MIAA Division 4 State Championship in a rousing 67-65 win.

Cathedral players celebrate in the photo on the right.

Here is the story from the Boston Globe

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

The Road to the Massachusetts State Finals--D1 thru D3 finalists on March 14th

Here is the road that the remaining teams traveled to reach the Massachusetts MIAA tournament finals in their respective divisions. Congratulations to all that won and and just as important, all that participated.

BOYS

Division 1

MASS Boys D1 "SWEET 16"

Division 2

MASS Boys D2 "SWEET 16"

Division 3

MASS Boys D3 "SWEET 16"

GIRLS

Division 1

MASS Girls D1 "SWEET 16"

Division 2

MASS Girls D2 "SWEET 16"

Division 3

MASS Girls D3 "SWEET 16"