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by posted 02/08/2016
1000 Career Points for Cappadona

 

MARLBOROUGH’S LUCY CAPPADONA SCORES 1,000 CAREER POINT IN TRAVEL BALL

As part of a 42-23 win over Millbury, 8th Grader Lucy Cappadona became only the second player in Marlborough travel basketball history to reach the 1,000 point milestone for her career.

 

 

 

 

 

 


by posted 02/08/2016
Week 9 Results

MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

WEEK 9 REPORT – Games played January 30-31, 2016

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 9-7

Overall Marlborough record: 74-64

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Dylan Hunt, 4th Grade Boys A

In big weekend wins over Auburn and Grafton, Hunt led the team in scoring in each contest, totaling 17 points overall to help the Panthers remain in playoff contention.

 

Caroline Nieves and Meghan Deneen, 5th Grade Girls A

In a 12-8 victory over Grafton, Nieves and Deneen came up big on both ends of the floor in being part of a stingy defensive effort while leading the Lady Panthers in scoring with four points apiece.

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         31  (6-4)

Auburn                                  28

Co-Player of the Week Dylan Hunt scored 11 points and Mateo Arellano and Chris Krueger added eight points each to help the Panthers overcome a 22-16 halftime deficit for the come-from-behind victory.  Marlborough played great team defense over the game’s final 15 minutes with Marshall Kehilem spearheading the charge in shutting down Auburn’s top offensive threat.

 

Marlborough                         36

Grafton                                   12

Five Marlborough players scored six points each to lead a very balanced offensive attack in the 24-point victory.

 

4th Grade Boys B

Hopedale                               43

Marlborough                         16  (1-9)

Nate Miller had eight points and seven rebounds while David Rosengard chipped in with eight rebounds and three steals in the losing cause.

 

5th Grade Boys A

Douglas                                 31

Marlborough                         25  (2-7)

Jason Knollenberg and Austin Hunt combined for 17 points as a foul-plagued Panther squad played valiantly in taking a strong Douglas team to the limit before falling.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         33  (6-3)

Hopedale                               26

The Marlborough boys never trailed in picking up their sixth win of the season to remain one game ahead for the league’s fourth and final playoff spot.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         33  (8-1)

Leicester                                11

Marlborough's pesky defense offset a sluggish first-half offensive effort that saw the 12th-ranked Panthers shut out Leicester in the opening stanza, 10-0. Gabe Lemes led the team with 10 rebounds while the scoring trio of Xavier Owen, Tyler Oliveira and Jake Jones accounted for 19 points overall.

 

6th Grade Boys B

Millbury                                  38                   

Marlborough                         25  (1-8)

 

7th Grade Boys B

Shrewsbury                          W

Marlborough                         L  (6-3)

 

7th Grade Boys C

Hopedale                               41

Marlborough                         32  (2-8)

 

8th Grade Boys A

Shrewsbury                          W

Marlborough                         L  (5-3)

 

8th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         47  (7-2)

Shrewsbury                          23

Jayden Roberts had nine points and three steals, Jake Naples added four points and four steals and Steve Breitenfeld was lauded for his great defensive play as the Panthers moved one step closer to securing a league playoff bid with the win.

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         12  (2-7)

Grafton                                   8

Defense prevailed as the Marlborough girls snapped a seven-game losing streak.  Co-Players of the Week Caroline Nieves and Meghan Deneen scored four points apiece and were part of a team effort that completely shut down Grafton’s offensive attack all game.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Mendon-Upton                     28

Marlborough                         13  (4-5)

The Lady Panthers playoff hopes were dealt a big blow in falling to the league’s second place team.  In the loss, Anaya Brandon and Abby Asman drew praise for their hustle and team play.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         36  (8-1)

Mendon-Upton                     30       

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         39  (6-3)

Leicester                                18

Jess Popivchak scored 12 points and Mia Houle and Maddie Calderwood followed with eight points apiece as the Marlborough girls extended its winning streak to four games, Amy Shanahan had her best game of the year for the Lady Panthers with six points and seven rebounds while Anna Ciolino added six rebounds and five steals in the winning effort.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         42  (10-0)

Shrewsbury                          23

Leading 22-20 early in the second half, the ninth ranked Marlborough girls closed the game on a 20-3 run to remain unbeaten on the season.  Lucy Cappadona led all scorers with 15 points and Diana Bibinski chipped with 11 points and seven rebounds.

 


by posted 02/08/2016
Week 8 Results

MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

WEEK 8 REPORT – Games played January 24, 2016

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 9-6

Overall Marlborough record: 65-57

 

FOUR MARLBOROUGH TEAMS RANKED IN MASS TOP 25 TRAVEL POLLS

SelectHoops.com now ranks the top 25 travel teams in the state for the Boys and Girls, Grades 6-8 Divisions.  In their first Power Rankings release of the season, four Marlborough teams made the list, including the 6th Grade Girls (8th), 8th Grade Girls A (9th), 6th Grade Boys A (12th) and 8th Grade Boys A (18th) teams.

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Tyler Oliveira, 6th Grade Boys A

Oliveira continues to be one of the league’s dominating scorers, tallying a game-high 14 points in the Panthers 48-28 defeat of defending SCMYBL champion Northbridge.

 

Tyler Dossas, 8th Grade Boys A

Dossas scored 25 points, including going 11-16 from the free throw line, and added seven rebounds, four steals and four assists to lead the Marlborough boys to an exciting 68-64 overtime victory over Sutton.

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Charlton                                38

Marlborough                         26  (4-4)

The Panthers fell behind 16-3 early on before mounting a second half comeback that saw them pull within five points, but could get no further in falling back to the .500 mark on the season.  The quartet of Ryan Dillon, Dylan Hunt, Mateo Arellano and Henry Papke accounted for the 23 of the Panthers 26 points in the contest.

 

4th Grade Boys B

Mendon-Upton                     36

Marlborough                         12  (1-8)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         27  (2-6)

Dudley                                   26

Strong defense by Tyler Laidley combined with Adam Cronin's back-to-back hook shots and Austin Hunt' s huge blocked shots to help rally the Panthers to a late game victory.  Cronin, Hunt and Ryan Taylor combined for 23 points in the winning effort.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Northbridge                           32

Marlborough                         30  (5-3)

Second half shooting woes came back to bite the Panthers as they came up short in their bid for victory.  Jajuan Santos, Ritonly Daniel and Connor Hurley scored eight points apiece to pace the Marlborough offense.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         48  (7-1)

Northbridge                           28

Co-Player of the Week Tyler Oliveira poured in 14 points and Eli Hintz posted a double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds as the 12th ranked Panthers won for the seventh time in eight tries.  Alex Krueger and Gabe Lemes helped give Marlborough a dominating edge on the backboards, pulling down 14 and 10 rebounds, respectively, while Jake Jones added six assists in the game.

 

6th Grade Boys B

Sutton                                    48                   

Marlborough                         44  (1-7)

 

7th Grade Boys B

Marlborough                         57  (6-2)

Auburn                                  27

 

7th Grade Boys C

Mendon-Upton                     38

Marlborough                         37  (2-7)

 

8th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         68  (5-2)

Sutton                                    64   OT

Co-Player of the Week Tyler Dossas and Angel Strange combined for 43 points and 17 rebounds and Cody White and Joshua Guzman came through with huge free throws in the overtime period to give Marlborough the hard fought win.

 

8th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         49  (6-2)

Douglas                                 18

Steven Breitenfeld had 10 points and seven rebounds and Jake Naples and Soham Santikary added nine points each as the Panthers continued its push toward a playoff berth.  

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Leicester                                35

Marlborough                         20  (1-7)

The Marlborough girls trailed 19-9 at the half and closed to within a 20-17 score before ultimately succumbing.  Meghan Deneen and Luanna Grau Maura led the Lady Panthers in scoring with seven and six points, respectively.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Marlborough                         22  (4-4)

Northbridge                           14

The Lady Panthers received strong performances from Kiera Powers and Sierra Green as they  remained in the hunt for a playoff spot with four games to play.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         39  (7-1)

Shrewsbury                          25       

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         37  (5-3)

Millbury                                  28

Marlborough’s playoff hopes received a huge boost by virtue of its upset of the league’s second place team. Anna Ciolino scored 11 points and Jess Popivchak followed with eight points as the Lady Panthers led by as many as 13 in the second half before successfully holding off a late Millbury run.  Olivia Trudeau and Kelly LeConti also played well in the big victory.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         33  (9-0)

Shrewsbury                          26

Lucy Cappadona tallied a game high 16 points and Sarah Orentich had a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds to help the Marlborough girls overcome an 18-14 deficit midway through the second half to rally for their ninth league victory.  Diana Bibinski added nine rebounds in the winning effort for the ninth-ranked Lady Panthers.

 


by posted 01/25/2016
Week 7 Results

MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

WEEK 7 REPORT – Games played January 16-17, 2016

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 10-6

Overall Marlborough record: 56-51

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Lucy Cappadona, 8th Grade Girls A

Cappadona, now the second all-time leading scorer in Marlborough travel basketball history, poured in 21 points and added 12 rebounds in a 43-41 defeat of Charlton, helping to end the Wildcats 42-game SCMYBL regular season winning streak dating back to the 2012-2013 season.

 

Mateo Arellano, 4th Grade Boys A

For the fourth time in the past five games, Arellano led the Panthers in scoring, tallying 10 points in a 41-14 win over Grafton.

 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         41 (4-3)

Grafton                                 14

Co-Player of the Week Mateo Arellano and Dylan Hunt combined for 19 points as Marlborough got above the .500 mark on the season with the resounding victory.

 

4th Grade Boys B

Sutton                                   36

Marlborough                         33 (1-7)

Trailing by as many as 13 points in the game, Tucker Patricks and David Rosengard helped the Panthers mount a valiant second half comeback that came up just shy.

 

5th Grade Boys A

Shrewsbury                          28

Marlborough                         21  (1-6)

Austin Hunt led all Marlborough scorers with 10 points in a competitive game where cold shooting and turnovers plagued the Panthers in defeat.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         43  (5-2)

Sutton                                   16

The Marlborough boys got back to its winning ways, breaking a two-game losing streak with a strong defensive effort. Offensively, Connor Hurley scored 12 points while Erik Corbin and Jajuan Santos added eight points each, which represented season highs for all three players.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         45  (6-1)

Shrewsbury                          32

Tyler Oliveira and Eli Hintz recorded 10 and nine points, respectively, and the big men duo of Xavian Owen and Alex Krueger combined for 21 rebounds in the Panthers victory. With the win, the defending Division 2 state champions remain in a three-way tie for first place.

 

6th Grade Boys B

Boylston/West Boylston      49                   

Marlborough                        43 (1-6)

 

7th Grade Boys B

Douglas                                46   OT

Marlborough                         39 (5-2)

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         32  (2-6)

Oxford                                   31

 

8th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         W (4-2)

Charlton                                L

 

8th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         48  (5-2)

Leicester                                8

Jacob Fitchner had 10 points and nine rebounds, Soham Santikary added 10 points and three rebounds, and Jayden Roberts chipped in with six points and two steals as Marlborough won for the fifth time in seven tries.

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Millbury                                 24

Marlborough                         17 (1-6)

Caroline Nieves scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds, while Meghan Deneen and Tatum Harding each had six steals in the losing cause for the Lady Panthers.

 

Northbridge                          13       

Marlborough                         12

Mallory Farrell tallied six points in what was a heartbreaking one-point loss for the Marlborough girls. Farrell, Deneen and Harding also combined for 13 steals in the contest with Nieves controlling the boards with nine rebounds.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Marlborough                         26 (3-4)

Sutton                                   13

Sierra Green and Ava Pascarelli each had six points in helping the Lady Panthers double up Sutton. 

 

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         29  (6-1)

Sutton                                   26       

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         19  (4-3)

Shrewsbury                          12

In a crucial game with future playoff implications, the Marlborough girls delivered their best defensive effort of the season. Checking in with strong performances were Jess Popivchak and Mia Houle, with the inside trio of Kelli LeConti, Olivia Trudeau and Anna Ciolino dominating the boards throughout.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         43  (8-0)

Charlton                                41

In a Battle of the Unbeatens matchup, the Lady Panthers prevailed with Co-Player of the Week Lucy Cappadona leading the way with a 21 point, 12 rebound effort.  Diana Bibinski scored seven points as part of a 20-0 run over the first and second halves that propelled Marlborough to a commanding 31-17 lead with eight minutes to play before having to hold off a furious Charlton comeback to claim their eighth straight league victory. 

 

by posted 01/22/2016
Week 6 Results

MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

 

WEEK 6 REPORT – Games played January 10, 2016

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 7-8

Overall Marlborough record: 46-45

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Austin Hunt, 5th Grade Boys A

Hunt dominated play on both ends of the floor, including scoring 10 points to lead Marlborough to its first win of the season in a 37-30 victory over Sutton.

 

Anna Ciolino, 7th Grade Girls A

Ciolino’s double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds propelled the Lady Panthers to a 26-17 win over Blackstone.

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         39 (3-3)

Milford                                   28

Ryan Dillon’s season-high 19 points helped the Marlborough boys got back to the .500 mark. The Panthers also were aided by Mateo Arellano’s nine points while receiving great rebounding efforts from Chris Kruger and Henry Papke in the victory.

 

4th Grade Boys B

Dudley                                   44

Marlborough                         16 (1-6)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         37  (1-5)

Sutton                                   30

In recording their first win of the season, the Panthers got great efforts from Jason Knollenberg, who led all scorers with 14 points, and Co-Player of the Week Austin Hunt, who added 10 points and made key steals at the end of the game to seal the victory.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Grafton                                   44

Marlborough                         35  (4-2)

Marlborough found themselves down 10-0 to start the game and couldn’t recover in suffering its second consecutive league loss. Ritonly Daniel led the Panthers with 15 points while the duo of Jajuan Santos and Owen Hathaway combined for an additional 14 points in the losing cause.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         58  (5-1)

Dudley                                  33

A shorthanded Panthers squad got back into the winner’s circle behind a "next man up" effort led by Eli Hintz and Dylan Goulet, who scored 14 and 11 points, respectively. Xavian Owen also turned in his best performance of the season for Marlborough in tallying eight points and 12 rebounds.

 

6th Grade Boys B

Grafton                                   42                   

Marlborough                         35  (1-5)

The trio Lucas DeSouza, Tony Santiago and Brendan Poirier combined for 23 points in the Panthers hard fought loss.

 

7th Grade Boys B

Marlborough                        W  (5-1)

Mendon-Upton                     L

 

7th Grade Boys C

Grafton                                   47

Marlborough                         38  (1-6)

 

8th Grade Boys A

Auburn                                  62

Marlborough                         45  (3-2)

Despite a combined 25 point, 16 rebound effort from forwards Angel Strange and Evan Boyle, the Marlborough boys fell to 3-2 on the season.

 

8th Grade Boys C

Oxford                                    51

Marlborough                         42  (4-2)

Steven Breitenfeld scored six points and had four rebounds while Edward Smith added four points and two assists in the Panthers second loss of the season.

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Shrewsbury                          29       

Marlborough                         19 (1-4)

For the second week in a row, the Marlborough girls took a lead into halftime before ultimately falling to defeat. Mallory Farrell and Caroline Nieves accounted for 11 points to lead the Lady Panthers offense while Meghan Deneen and Tatum Harding spearheaded the defense with five steals apiece.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Dudley                                   30

Marlborough                           9  (2-4)

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         41  (5-1)

Douglas                                 27       

Nina Bradley and Aubrey Tunnera scored eight points each with Siarra Francis adding five points as the Lady Panthers won for the fifth time in six tries.

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         26  (3-3)

Blackstone                            17

Co-Player of the Week Anna Ciolino scored 12 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to help Marlborough get back into the win column. Olivia Trudeau chipped in with five points with Alyssa LeBlanc, Maddie Calderwood and Kelli LeConti also all playing well in the victory. 

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         49  (7-0)

Hopedale                              24

The Lady Panthers raced out to an 18-2 lead and cruised to their seventh league victory.  The inside-outside combination of center Alexia DeFreitas and shooting guard Kathleen Binkewicz tossed in 12 points apiece to pace the offense.  Next weekend the Marlborough girls travel to Charlton in a battle of the unbeatens matchup. 

 


by posted 01/14/2016
Week 5 Results
 

MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

WEEK 5 REPORT – Games played January 2-3, 2016

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 4-11

Overall Marlborough record: 39-37

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Jacob Fichtner, 8th Grade Boys C

Fichtner tallied 13 points to help Marlborough double-up Blackstone in a 36-18 win.

 

Sarah Orentlich, 8th Grade Girls A

Orentlich had 17 points and nine rebounds to lead the unbeaten Marlborough girls to a 48-20 victory over Blackstone.  

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Shrewsbury                          29

Marlborough                         24 (2-2)

Mateo Arellano and Dylan Hunt had their strongest games of the year, contributing on both ends of the court and scoring 12 and eight points, respectively, but it was not enough as the Marlborough boys dropped to .2-3.

 

 

Douglas                                36

Marlborough                         23

Marlborough hung tough throughout most of the first half, trailing 19-13 at the break, before succumbing to an undefeated Douglas squad.  Arellano and Ryan Dillon combined for 16 points for the Panthers.

 

4th Grade Boys B

Douglas                                38

Marlborough                         13 (1-5)

Tucker Patricks, David Rosengard and Marcos Arellano all played well in defeat for the Panthers. 

 

5th Grade Boys A

Spencer                                36 

Marlborough                         33  (0-5)

Austin Hunt led scorers with 14 points, Ryan Taylor followed with 10 points and big man Adam Cronin dominated the boards as Marlborough came up just shy in what was their best team performance of the season.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Blackstone                            34

Marlborough                         33  (4-1)

Trailing 17-11 at the half, Marlborough came back to take the lead in the second half before ultimately falling for the first time this season. Ritonly Daniel and Kevin Desana combined for 17 points for the Panthers.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Douglas                                46

Marlborough                         35  (4-1)

The Panthers fell from the ranks of the unbeaten, losing to league rival Douglas.

 

6th Grade Boys B

Blackstone                            44

Marlborough                         33 (1-4)

 

7th Grade Boys B

Marlborough                         49 (4-1)

Oxford                                   25

 

7th Grade Boys C

West Boylston                      47

Marlborough                         33  (1-5)

 

8th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                       (3-1)

Bye

 

8th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         36  (4-1)

Blackstone                            18

Co-Player of the Week Jacob Fichtner had 13 points and four rebounds, Ed Smith played an all-around strong game with five points and three steals, and Jovani Cloutier contributed great defense and added four points as the Marlborough boys won for the fourth time in five tries.

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Sutton                                    21

Marlborough                          11  (1-3)

It was a tale of two halves for the Marlborough girls, who took a three-point lead into halftime, only to be outscored 17-4 in the second stanza. The Lady Panthers were led by Jessica Cash and Caroline Nieves, who had four and three points respectively, with Mallory Farrell and Tatum Harding each adding a basket in a losing effort. 

 

5th Grade Girls B

Mendon-Upton                     32

Marlborough                         7  (2-3)

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         W  (4-1)

Northbridge                           L

 

7th Grade Girls A

Auburn                                  47

Marlborough                         25  (2-3)

The Lady Panthers put a scare into an undefeated Auburn team, trailing by just three points at the half before ultimately falling. Jess Popivchak paced Marlborough with seven points and Anna Ciolino had six points and five steals in the contest. 

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         48  (6-0)

Blackstone                            20

In being the lone Marlborough team to remain unbeaten in league play, the Lady Panthers used a 20-0 run in the late stages of the first half and beginning minutes of the second half to pull away from a competitive Blackstone team.  Co-Player of the Week Sarah Orentlich led the offense with a season-high 17 points while Lucy Cappadona’s 11 steals spearheaded a fierce defense that has now limited opponents to 20 or fewer points in five of six contests to date.

 


by posted 01/05/2016
Week 4 Results
MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

WEEK 4 REPORT – Games played December 19-20, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 8-9

Overall Marlborough record: 35-26

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Ritonly Daniel, 5th Grade Boys C

Ritonly poured in 26 points – a season-high amongst all Marlborough travel basketball players - in the Panthers 43-25 win over Shrewsbury. 

 

Ryan Dillon, 4th Grade Boys A

Dillon led the team in scoring for the third straight game, tallying 12 points in Marlborough’s resounding 47-6 victory over Uxbridge.  

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         47  (2-1)

Uxbridge                                  6

Co-Player of the Week Ryan Dillon and Mateo Arellano each poured in 12 points while Chris Krueger spearheaded the defensive stand, leading the team in rebounding to go along with four blocked shots and three steals.

 

4th Grade Boys B

Northbridge                           W

Marlborough                         L  (1-4)

 

Whitins-Christian                 W

Marlborough                         L 

 

5th Grade Boys A

West Boylston                      29 

Marlborough                         27  (0-4)

Austin Hunt and Sean Deneen combined for 19 points as the Panthers came up just shy in the loss.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         43  (4-0)

Shrewsbury                          25

Player of the Week Ritonly Daniel continued his league dominance with his fourth consecutive double-digit scoring game as the Marlborough boys remained unbeaten in league play.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         34  (4-0)

Shrewsbury                          20

Marlborough's second-half defense stifled Shrewsbury, limiting the Colonials squad to just five second-half points on their way to grasping sole control of first place in the league.  Tyler Oliveira's two first-half treys sparked the offense as he finished with 11 points and five assists on the day.  The Panthers frontcourt of Eli Hintz, Alex Krueger and Gabe Lemes continue to be a critical part of their early season success, having dominated the boards all game.  

 

6th Grade Boys B

Oxford                                   46

Marlborough                          33 (1-3)

 

7th Grade Boys B

Marlborough                         W  (3-1)

Shrewsbury                          L

 

Marlborough                         W 

Shrewsbury                          L

 

 

7th Grade Boys C

Northbridge                           30

Marlborough                         26  (1-4)

 

8th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         46  (3-1)

Shrewsbury                          32

The Marlborough boys got back in the win column, taking control of a tie game at the half by scoring 10 unanswered to start the second stanza.  Leading the way for the Panthers was the scoring trio of Tyler Dossas, Steve DiGregorio and Angel Strange, who combined to tally 27 points in the victory.

 

8th Grade Boys C

Dudley                                   44

Marlborough                         27  (3-1)

Jacob Ficthner scored nine points and Jake Naples added seven rebounds to lead the Panthers, who fell for the first time this season.

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Auburn                                  15

Marlborough                           7  (1-2)

A cold-shooting Marlborough squad fell for the second time this season, despite a 17 rebound performance by Caroline Nieves.  Nieves, Jessica Cash, Jill Gowaski and Mallory Farrell all contributed to the scoring column for the Lady Panthers while Meghan Deneen’s four steals led a defensive charge that limited Auburn to just three second half points.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Northbridge                           28

Marlborough                         15  (2-2)

Despite a strong second half performance, the Marlborough girls could not overcome a 20-4 halftime deficit.  Elizabeth Johnson had five points and six rebounds and Anaya Brandon had four points and seven rebounds to pace the Lady Panthers.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         34  (3-1)

Spencer                                15

 

7th Grade Girls A

Northbridge                           31

Marlborough                         26  (2-2)

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         39  (5-0)

Northbridge                          10

All ten players made it into the scoring column as the Lady Panthers exploded to a 29-1 halftime lead and cruised to their fifth consecutive league victory.

 


by posted 12/21/2015
Week 3 Results

MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

WEEK 3 REPORT – Games played December 7-13, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 12-5

Overall Marlborough record: 27-17

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Tony Santiago, 6th Grade Boys B

Santiago’s game-high 15 points led the Panthers to their first win of the season in a 54-32 defeat of Whitins-Christian.

 

Leanne Wydom, 6th Grade Girls A

Wydom dominated both ends of the floor in Marlborough’s 26-20 win over Hopedale with 19 points, eight rebounds and eight blocked shots.

 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         44  (1-1)

West Boylston                      22

Ryan Dillon and Mateo Arellano scored 12 and 10 points, respectively, to lead Marlborugh to its first victory of the season.  Multiple steal games by Darain Delph, Marshall Kehilem, Henry Papke and Domenic Miele paced a strong defensive effort by the Panthers.

 

4th Grade Boys B

Marlborough                         23  (1-2)

Sutton                                    18

In winning their first game of the season, the Panthers got the job done defensively with David Rosengard, Nate Miller and Jon Orentlich combining for 30 rebounds and Alex St Hilaire and Marcos Arellano each registering five steals in the game.

 

5th Grade Boys A

Northbridge                           41

Marlborough                         27  (0-3)

Austin Hunt had a game-high 15 points while Christian DiGregorio and Shawn Deneen combined to hold Northbridges’s top scorer to just two second half points to highlight the Marlborough effort.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         39  (3-0)

Whitins-Christian                 13

Ritonly Daniel led the Marlborough scoring attack for the third consecutive week, tallying 12 points, while the trio Connor Bailey, Erik Corbin and Kevin Desana tallied an 19 additional points as the Panthers remained unbeaten on the young season.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         45  (3-0)

Uxbridge                                15

Ryan Blaisdell, Dylan Goulet and Jake Jones's defensive pressure propelled Marlborough to an early 13-0 lead and the Panthers never looked back for their third consecutive victory.  Eli Hintz posted his second consecutive double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds with fellow big men Alex Krueger and Gabe Lemes chipping in with eight points and four rebounds apiece.

 

6th Grade Boys B

Marlborough                         54  (1-2)

Whitins-Christian                 32

Co-Player of the Week Tony Santiago, Nick Wright and Cam Ginnetti accounted for 39 points to lead the Panthers in the win.  Lucas DeSouza and Brendan Poirier had team rebounding highs with Joseph Perdicaro and Caiden Grinnell spearheading the defensive effort for Marlborough.

 

7th Grade Boys B

Marlborough                         W  (1-1)

Blackstone                             L

 

7th Grade Boys C

Uxbridge                                36

Marlborough                         26  (1-3)

 

Whitins-Christian                 40

Marlborough                         36 

 

8th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         53  (2-1)

Blackstone                            49

Trailing by eight points at the half, the Marlborough boys mounted a furious comeback that saw them briefly take the lead before ultimately falling for the first time this season.  Tyler Dossas scored 17 points and Matheus DeSouza has nine points and seven rebounds in the losing cause.

 

8th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         27  (3-0)

Auburn                                  25

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Charlton                                44

Marlborough                           2  (1-1)

In falling to a very talented Charlton squad, Tatum Harding had six steals, Delara Panahi pulled down four rebounds and Erin Gowaski scored Marlborough’s lone basket of the game.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Hopedale                               38

Marlborough                         17  (2-1)

Jose Servaes’ double-double of 14 points and 15 rebounds paced the Marlborough girls to their second win in three tries.  Seven different players scored for the Lady Panthers, including Elizabeth Johnson, who had eight points to go along with seven rebounds.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         26  (2-1)

Hopedale                               20

Co-Player of the Week Leanne Wydom scored 19 of Marlborough’s 26 points to pace the offense, while Siarra Francis starred defensively, limiting Hopedale’s best player to just eight points in the game.

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         23  (2-1)

Uxbridge                                16

Jess Popivchak led a shorthanded Marlborough squad to their second straight victory with 12 points and four steals while Anna Ciolino chipped in with six points and six rebounds.  Kelli LeConti, Amy Shanahan and Olivia Trudeau also all played well in the win.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         37  (4-0)

Sutton                                    16

The Lady Panthers completed a 3-0 week courtesy of an outstanding team defensive effort which limited Sutton to single digit scoring in each half.  Marlborough’s Lucy Cappadona topped all scorers with 11 points.

 

Marlborough                         60 

Whitins-Christian                 22

Six Marlborough players scored six or more points, including Serena Howes' 10 points, as part of a very balanced scoring attack.  The Lady Panthers also dialed up the pressure defensively in the contest in registering 27 steals, nine by guard Sharon Rivera.

 

Marlborough                         48 

Sudbury                                 27

The one-two punch of Cappadona and Kathleen Binkewicz scored 13 and nine points, respectively, to help the Lady Panthers pulled away from Sudbury squad in a non-league contest of South Central Mass and MetroWest foes.  Ashanti Coston added six points in the victory, including going a perfect 4-4 from the free throw line.

 


by posted 12/17/2015
Week 2 Results

MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

WEEK 2 REPORT – Games played December 6, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 8-6

Overall Marlborough record: 15-12

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Eli Hintz, 6th Grade Boys A

Hintz registered a double-double, scoring a team-high 11 points and pulling down 10 rebounds to lead Marlborough to a resounding 56-26 win over Leicester.

 

Jess Popivchak. 7th Grade Girls A

Popivchak’s 17 points and seven steals paved the way in the Lady Panthers 39-19 victory over Leicester.

 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Douglas                                 32

Marlborough                         27  (0-1)

In falling just short in their opening game of the season, the trio of Ryan Dillon, Dylan Hunt and Mateo Arellano combined for 19 points to lead the Panthers.

 

4th Grade Boys B

Douglas                                 50

Marlborough                         24  (0-2)

Marcos Arellano, David Rosengard and Jonathan Orentlich helped pace the Marlborough offense while Tucker Patricks, Nate Miller and Tyler Moore all played well on the defensive end of the floor for Marlborough.

 

5th Grade Boys A

Hopedale                               44

Marlborough                         18  (0-2)

First half shooting woes plagued the Panthers and they could not recover in falling to a strong Hopedale team.  Austin Hunt and Sean Deneen paced Marlborough offensively, scoring eight and six points, respectively.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         25  (2-0)

Hopedale                               16

A shorthanded Marlborough team took a two-point lead into halftime and proceeded to outscore Hopedale 13-6 the rest of the way en route to their second straight victory to start the season.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         56  (2-0)

Leicester                                26

Marlborough's frontcourt dominated play, with co-Player of the Week Eli Hintz and Gabe Lemes totaling 21 points and 17 rebounds in the victory.  Newcomer Xavier Owen added a team high 13 rebounds for the Panthers.

 

6th Grade Boys B

Charlton                                49

Marlborough                         22  (0-2)

 

7th Grade Boys B

Marlborough                         (0-1)

BYE

 

7th Grade Boys C

Hopedale                               24

Marlborough                         20  (1-1)

 

8th Grade Boys A

Marlborough                         63  (2-0)

Hopedale                               52

Angel Strange scored a team-high 15 points and Steve DiGregorio and Nick Domiciano chipped in with nine points each as Marlborough notched its second win of the season. 

 

8th Grade Boys C

Marlborough                         34  (2-0)

Shrewsbury                          13

Timmy Wang had eight points and six rebounds to pace the Panthers, with Jovani Cloutier adding seven points in the winning effort.

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         18  (1-0)

Hopedale                               9

Paced by a total of 17 steals from Meghan Deneen, Caroline Nieves and Luanna Grau-Moura, the Lady Panthers defense took center stage as the team earned their first victory of the season.  Nieves, DeLara Panahi and Tatum Harding paced a balanced offensive attack for Marlborough with four points each.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Mendon-Upton                     27

Marlborough                         10  (1-1)

Josephine Servaes had a team-high 11 rebounds, with Ava Pascarelli earning kudos for her all around hustle in the losing cause for Marlborough.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         W  (1-1)

Mendon-Upton                     L

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         39  (1-1)

Leicester                                19

Co-Player of the Week Jess Popivchak dominated play with team highs of 17 points and seven steals.  Anna Ciolino contributed 11 points and 8 rebounds, with Kelly LeConti, Alyssa LeBlanc and Mia Houle also playing well in the win. 

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough                         35  (2-0)

Dudley                                   16

Holding a slim 15-11 halftime lead, Emma Hennessy led an outstanding team defensive effort in the second stanza as the Marlborough girls limited Dudley to just five points over the game’s final 15 minutes of play to pull away for their second league victory.  The guard combination of Lucy Cappadona and Kathleen Binkewicz combined for 20 points, with forward Serena Howes pulling down a team high 10 rebounds in the contest.


by posted 12/08/2015
Week 1 Results

MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

WEEK 1 REPORT – Games played November 29, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 7-6

Overall Marlborough record: 7-6

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Timmy Wang, 8th Grade Boys C

Wang led all scorers with 14 points and added five steals in the Panthers 39-32 win over Douglas.  

 

Josephine Servaes, 5th Grade Girls B

Servaes’ double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds propelled the Marlborough girls to an opening day, 28-14 victory over Northbridge.

 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough Black   (0-0)

Bye

 

4th Grade Boys B

Mendon-Upton         W

Marlborough              L  (0-1)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Millbury                      33

Marlborough             18 (0-1)

Limited to just six first half points, Marlborough came on strong in the second half but it was not enough in ultimately bowing to a hot shooting Millbury team. Jason Knollenberg and Austin Hunt combined for 13 points to lead the Panthers offensively.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             36 (1-0)

Northbridge               19

Ritonly Daniel scored a game-high 13 points to lead Marlborough to its first victory of the season. Owen Hathaway and Connor Hurley added seven and six points, respectively, with Jajuan Santos shining on the defensive end of the floor, holding Northbridge’s top player to just two points in the game.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             35 (1-0)

Northbridge               14

The Panthers overcame a sluggish start but relied on strong defensive efforts from Gabe Lemes and Kevin Magnana to turn up the pressure in the second half to take down the defending SCMYBL champion. Offensively, all Marlborough players scored in what was a very balanced attack, led by Bernardo Pimental’s seven points and Tyler Oliveira and Magnana’s five points apiece.

 

6th Grade Boys B

Hopedale                   41

Marlborough             13  (0-1)

 

7th Grade Boys B

Millbury                      W

Marlborough              L (0-1)

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             30 (1-0)

Mendon-Upton         18

Marlborough’s full court pressure defense was the catalyst in jumping out to a 18-5 halftime lead, which proved to be the difference in notching their first win of the season. Austin Stone led the way on both ends of the floor for the Panthers with eight points and seven rebounds.

 

8th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             50 (1-0)

Mendon-Upton         38

 

8th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             39 (1-0)

Douglas                     32 

Co-Player of the Week Timmy Wang scored 14 points, Jacob Fichtner added eight points, and Jeswin Jees played a solid all around game in the winning effort.

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             (0-0)

Bye

 

5th Grade Girls B

Marlborough             28 (1-0)

Northbridge               14

The Marlborough girls earned their first victory of the season with Co-Player of the Week Josephine Servaes dominating play with 12 points and 11 rebounds. The trio of Sierra Green, Elizabeth Johnson, and Kiera Powers were defensive sparkplugs in helping to shut down the Northbridge attack.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Shrewsbury              W

Marlborough              L (0-1)

 

7th Grade Girls A

Millbury                     33

Marlborough             24 (0-1)

The Lady Panthers battled back from a nine point halftime deficit to cut the lead to 25-22 with 2:30 minutes to play, but could not get any closer as Millbury hit a big three late the seal the game.  Marlborough was led by Olivia Trudeau and Jess Popivchak’s nine and seven points, respectively. Anna Ciolino also pulled down nine rebounds in the losing cause.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             62 (1-0)

Leicester                   16

Sarah Orentlich (15 points, 10 rebounds) and Diana Bibinski (10 points, 10 rebounds) both registered double-doubles as the Lady Panthers began defense of their state championship crown in resounding fashion. In all, six Marlborough players scored seven or more points in the contest, including Alexia DeFreitas’ 10 point effort.


by posted 12/01/2015
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