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Raffle Winners!

Here are the lucky raffle winners.  You will be mailed a check for your winnings.  Please allow a couple weeks after the end of the raffle to receive your winnings.  Thank you again for participating in this fundraiser.

 

Date Winner Amount
2/1/2015 Alex Holt $50.00
2/2/2015 Jen Harding $150.00
2/3/2015 Matt Little $50.00
2/4/2015 Nadine Mcneil $50.00
2/5/2015 Andrew  Mckinnon $200.00
2/6/2015 Chris Burke $50.00
2/7/2015 Sandy Shatos $50.00
2/8/2015 Dennis Popivchack $150.00
2/9/2015 Bill Holt $50.00
2/10/2015 Paul Greene $50.00
2/11/2015 Adao Desouza $50.00
2/12/2015 Alyson Cox $100.00
2/13/2015 Glenn Cormier $50.00
2/14/2015 Charles Morse $300.00
2/15/2015 Derek Silva $100.00
2/16/2015 Frank Darcy $50.00
2/17/2015 James Dirico $50.00
2/18/2015 Eric Ryals $200.00
2/19/2015 Bodey Brookins $50.00
2/20/2015 Martha Swift $100.00
2/21/2015 Vivian Mojica $50.00
2/22/2015 Nico Ciolino $50.00
2/23/2015 Ernie Arsenault $100.00
2/24/2015 Denise Batchelder $50.00
2/25/2015 Shawna Cruz $150.00
2/26/2015 Ruth Servano $50.00
2/27/2015 Mary Darcy $100.00
2/28/2015 Joe Padula $50.00

 


by posted 03/04/2015
Playoff Games at MHS

SOUTH CENTRAL MASS YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE PLAYOFF SCHEDULE

Games to played at Marlboro High School

 

Semi-finals: Saturday, February 28                                                                              

9:30 am         Game 1:

5th Grade Boys A – Marlboro (1) vs. Shrewsbury Gold (4)

 

10:45 am         Game 2:

7th Grade Boys C – Marlboro (2) vs. Blackstone (3)

 

12:00 pm         Game 4:

4th Grade Boys B – Marlboro (2) vs. Spencer (3)

 

1:15 pm         Game 3:

5th Grade Boys C – Marlboro (2) vs. Whitins Christian (3)

 

2:30 pm         Game 5:

7th Grade Girls A –  Marlboro (2) vs. Blackstone (3)

 

 

Championships: Sunday, March 1                                                                               

  9:30 am         Game 1: 4th Grade Boys B    

10:45 am         Game 2: 7th Grade Girls A     

12:15 pm         Game 3: 5th Grade Girls A     

  1:45 pm         Game 4: 5th Grade Boys A     

  3:00 pm         Game 5: 8th Grade Girls A      

  4:30 pm         Game 6: 7th Grade Boys A     

 


by posted 02/24/2015
Week 12 Report

WEEK 12 REPORT – Games played February 22, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 8-6

Overall Marlborough record:  106-75

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

Darian Selph, 4th Grade Boys B

Selph scored a team-high nine points to help lead Marlborough to its second win of the season in 34-22 victory over Northbridge.

 

Austin Stone & J.J. Jarmman, 6th Grade Boys C

As they have done all season long, Marlborough’s own version of the Twin Towers once again dominated inside play, with each scoring 12 points in the Panthers 35-15 win over Blackstone.

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BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Millbury                      44

Marlborough             39  (8-4)

The Panthers matched their second highest scoring output of the season, but it was not enough in what was a shootout battle.  Austin Hunt led Marlborough with 12 points, followed by Jason Knollenberg’s season-high 10 points.

 

4th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             34 (2-10)

Northbridge               22

Co-Player of the Week Darian Selph and Eddy Rivera combined for 16 points as the Panthers ended their season on a high note.  Chris Krueger and Cam Cooper also contributed solid defensive efforts in the victory.

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             51  (11-1)

Grafton                       35

A sluggish Marlborough squad came back from a one point halftime deficit, fueled by Bernardo Pimental's 14 second half points to defeat a gritty Grafton team.  Pimental finished the contest with 17 points with big men Eli Hintz and Alex Krueger chipping in with 10 points apiece.  With the victory, the Panthers clinched the top seed in the upcoming league playoffs.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             31 (11-3)

Sutton                        13

 

6th Grade Boys A

Charlton                    44

Marlborough             34  (0-12)

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             35  (11-1)

Blackstone                15

Co-Players of the Week Austin Stone and J.J. Jarmman combined for 24 of the team’s 35 points as the Panthers won for the 11th time in 12 tries and clinched second place in the division.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             60  (11-1)

Sutton                       49

The Marlborough boys jumped out to a 14 point lead four minutes into the game and never looked back for their 11th victory on the season.  Angel Strange led the way for the Panthers with 29 points, a season high amongst all Marlborough travel teams.

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             25  (10-2)

Auburn                      20

Soham Santikary scored 10 points to pace the offense and Jeswin Jees was a stalwart on the defensive end of the floor as the Panthers earned the number-two seed in next week’s playoffs.

 

8th Grade Boys B

Dudley                      59

Marlborough             36  (7-5)

 

8th Grade Boys C

Oxford                        W

Marlborough             L  (2-11)

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             (10-1)

BYE

 

5th Grade Girls B

Hopedale                   31

Marlborough             25  (1-11)

Luana Grau Moura finished with 13 points and Tarina Owens added nine points in the Lady Panthers season finale loss.
 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             18  (5-7)

Charlton                    17

 

7th Grade Girls A

Charlton                    36

Marlborough             19  (8-4)

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             W  (10-2)

Hopedale                   L

Seven Lady Panthers got into the scoring column, led by Halle McCabe and Maddi Farrell’s 14 and 11 points, respectively.

 


by posted 02/24/2015
Week 11 Report

WEEK 11 REPORT – Games played February 8, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 9-5

Overall Marlborough record:  98-69

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Cameron Hunt, 6th Grade Boys A

Hunt was immense in Marlborough’s heartbreaking 39-36 double overtime loss to Oxford, registering a double-double of 11 points and 12 rebounds to go along with four steals in the game.

 

Zhenya Kurland, 6th Grade Boys C

Kurland had a breakout game, dominating inside play and scoring a career-high 16 points in the Panthers 53-20 win over Hopedale.

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             32  (8-3)

Oxford                      27

Austin Hunt and Jason Knollenberg combined for 18 points to lead Marlborough to its sixth consecutive win.

 

4th Grade Boys C

Uxbridge                   21

Marlborough             14 (1-10)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             45  (10-1)

Blackstone                27

The Twin Tower tandem of Alex Krueger and Eli Hintz each scored 10 points and were dominant on the glass as the Panthers took sole possession of first place and now have the inside track to the number one seed in the upcoming league playoffs. Bernardo Pimental and Jake Jones tallied nine and eight points, respectively, for Marlborough, with Pimental and Dylan Goulet starring defensively in limiting Blackstone’s top scorer to just four points on the day.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             45 (10-3)

Hopedale                  12

 

6th Grade Boys A

Oxford                      39   2OT

Marlborough             36  (0-11)

Co-Player of the Week Cameron Hunt and Jayce Ginnetti accounted for 20 of the Panthers points in leading a valiant team effort that came up just shy in the second overtime session. Lucas Ragan was a stalwart on the defensive end, holding Oxford’s best player in check for a majority of the game.

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             53 (10-1)

Hopedale                  20

Unselfish play keyed Marlborough's 10th victory in 11 tries with all players contributing on the scoring front, led by Co-Player of the Week Zhenya Kurland's 16 points.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough               (9-1)

Bye                

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             31  (9-2)

Shrewsbury              24

Soham Santikary tallied a team-high eight points and Jesus Lopez added seven points and six rebounds for the playoff-bound Panthers.

 

8th Grade Boys B

Millbury                     47

Marlborough             46  (7-4)

 

8th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             34  (2-10)

Spencer                    17

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             31 (10-1)

Auburn                       6

Allison Keenan's strong overall floor game included a game-high eight points, five rebounds and five steals in helping the Lady Panthers clinch at least a tie for the regular season league title with one game to play.  Teammates Leanne Wydom and Aubrey Tunnera followed in the scoring column with six points apiece.  Wydom also pulled down nine rebounds for the Lady Panthers, who were further aided by strong defensive performances from Avery Pruskin, Piper Kinney and Melissa Bibinski.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Mendon-Upton         25

Marlborough            19 (1-10)

An under-manned Marlborough squad fought hard, but ultimately fell to defeat despite the yeoman's effort of Tarina Owens, who tallied 16 points and 17 rebounds for the Lady Panthers.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Auburn                      26

Marlborough             14 (4-7)

The Marlborough girls fell prey to a hot-shooting and talented Auburn team in a game which saw Jessica Popivchak and  Anna Ciolino lead the Lady Panthers in scoring, with Kayla Briere and Olivia Trudeau topping the team in rebounding and blocked shots, respectively.

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             37  (8-3)

Dudley                      19

The Lady Panthers broke a two-game losing streak, relying on its full court pressure defense to force 20 first half turnovers that staked them to 27-3 halftime lead.  Sarah Orentlich scored 13 points and Lucy Cappadona added nine points and spearheaded the defensive effort with a staggering 15 steals in the contest. 

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             48  (9-2)

Shrewsbury              33

The ‘Big Three’ of Nicole Galliac, Halli McCabe and Maddison Farrell poured in a collective 42 points as the Marlborough girls avenged an early season loss to a very talented Shrewsbury squad.

 


by posted 02/09/2015
Week 10 Report

MARLBORO YOUTH BASKETBALL

 

WEEK 10 REPORT – Games played February 1, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 7-8

Overall Marlborough record:  89-62

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Cristian DeLaCruz, 6th Grade Boys C

DeLaCruz scored a game-high 10 points and dominated play from his guard position in leading Marlborough to a 46-21 victory over Mendon-Upton.

 

Evan Boyle, 7th Grade Boys A

Boyle’s nine points, nine rebounds and strong overall game helped spearhead the Panthers to a come-from-behind 52-46 win over Hopedale.

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             28  (7-3)

Shrewsbury                9

 

4th Grade Boys C

Hopedale                   22

Marlborough             12 (1-9)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             48  (8-1)

Oxford                        25

After a sluggish start, Marlborough turned up its defense to outscore Oxford 27-8 in the second half en route to a 23-point victory. Tyler Oliveira had a game-high 15 points along with five assists and six steals while both Bernardo Pimental and Alex Krueger knocked in eight points apiece for the Panthers.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Millbury                      W

Marlborough              L (9-3)

 

6th Grade Boys A

Sutton                        29

Marlborough             25  (0-10)

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             46 (9-1)

Mendon-Upton         21

Co-Player of the Week Cristian DeLaCruz dropped in 10 points and had a huge assist game for the Panthers while Zhenya Kurland earned kudos for his all-around hustle as Marlborough won for the ninth time in ten tries.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             52  (9-1)

Hopedale                   46

Finding itself down by seven points at the half, Marlborough dialed up the full court pressure to go on a 14-0 in the second stanza to take control of the game. The scoring quartet of Co-Player of the Week Evan Boyle, Angel Strange, Tyler Dossas and Cody White accounted for 40 of the Panthers points, with Boyle and Strange pulling down nine rebounds each.

 

7th Grade Boys C

Uxbridge                    42

Marlborough             23  (8-2)

 

8th Grade Boys B

Marlborough             53  (7-3)

Spencer                     34

 

8th Grade Boys C

Uxbridge                    W

Marlborough              L  (1-10)

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             W (9-1)

Grafton                        L

 

5th Grade Girls B

Northbridge               31

Marlborough             20 (1-9)

The Marlborough girls kept the game close for a half, but saw Northbridge pull away in the second half for the victory. Tarina Owens and Felicia El Kamin each had six points to lead Marlborough.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Northbridge               45

Marlborough             25 (4-6)

 

7th Grade Girls A

Millbury                      25

Marlborough             22  (7-3)

After jumping out to a 13-0 lead and taking a 19-6 advantage into halftime, shooting woes plagued the Marlborough girls the rest of the way where they were outscored 19-3 over the game's final 15 minutes.  For the Lady Panthers, it was their second straight close defeat in league play.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             52  (8-2)

Uxbridge                    38

Nicole Galliac, Maddi Farrell and Halle McCabe combined for 44 points and Ciara Shanahan dominated on the boards to lead the Lady Panthers to their eighth victory of the season.


by posted 02/02/2015
Week 9 Report

MARLBOROUGH YOUTH BASKETBALL

 

WEEK 9 REPORT – Games played January 24-25, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 9-6

Overall Marlborough record:  82-54

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Matthew Scanlon, 8th Grade Boys C

Scanlon played all 32 minutes and registered a double-double of 20 points and 22 rebounds, both career highs, in Marlborough’s 54-42 loss against Douglas.

 

Nicole Galliac, 8th Grade Girls A

Galliac scored a team-high 25 points in the Lady Panthers big 54-46 win over previously undefeated rival Charlton.

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             39  (6-3)

Blackstone                18

The Marlborough boys extended their winning streak to four games, with the trio of Austin Hunt, Jason Knollenberg and Sean Deneen combining for 23 points in the victory.

 

4th Grade Boys C

Mendon-Upton         39

Marlborough             17 (1-8)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Douglas                     24

Marlborough             20  (8-1)

Marlborough’s undefeated run came to a halt against a physical Douglas team, who avenged an earlier season loss to the Panthers.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             36 (9-1)

West Boylston          24

 

6th Grade Boys A

Grafton                       60

Marlborough             44  (0-9)

In the losing effort, Marlborough received outstanding offensive production from Andrew Cash, who scored a season-high 15 points, and Jayce Ginnetti, whose 10-point performance included three three-pointers. Matt Farrell also added eight points for the Panthers.

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             W (8-1)

Sutton                         L

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             60  (8-1)

Millbury                      29

After suffering their first loss of the season last week, the Marlborough boys got back on track in resounding fashion with the 31-point win. All Panther players scored in the victory, led by Tyler Dossas’ and Nick Domiciano’s 13 and 10 points, respectively. Guard Cody White also had an impact game with six points and six assists.

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             35  (8-1)

Leicester                    13

Soham Santikary had 11 points and eight rebounds, Timmy Wang chipped in with seven points and Ed Smith added six points and three assists as the Marlborough boys won for the eighth time in nine tries.

 

8th Grade Boys B

Marlborough             49  (6-3)

Leicester                    42

 

8th Grade Boys C

Douglas                     54

Marlborough             42  (1-9)

The Iron Man Five of Hunter Stone, Kyle Gardetti, Matheus Harris, Ruperto DeLaCruz and Matt Scanlon all played the entire game as a shorthanded Marlborough squad gave Douglas all they could handle before running out of steam. Scanlon secured Co-Player of the Week honors with his 20 point, 22 rebound performance in the contest.

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             41 (8-1)

Leicester                     7

Siarra Francis and Piper Kinney led the Lady Panthers with eight points each, with Leanne Wydom and Nina Bradley chipping in with seven and four points, respectively.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Uxbridge                    26

Marlborough             21 (1-8)

Tarina Owens had 10 points and 12 rebounds and Felicia El Karin scored her first points of the season as the Lady Panthers fell just shy in its victory bid.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             22 (4-5)

Hopedale                   13

Foul shooting was the key as the Marlborough girls took advantage of 32 team fouls by Hopedale to secure its fourth win of the season. Amy Shanahan, Anna Ciolino and Jessica Popivchak led the Lady Panthers offense, with Ellie Knaf, Olivia Trudeau and Kayla Briere spearheading the team’s stingy defensive effort.

 

7th Grade Girls A

Blackstone                29

Marlborough             28  (7-2)

The Lady Panthers suffered through their worst shooting performance of the season in falling for just the second time in league play. Lucy Cappadona led Marlborough with 10 points.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             54  (7-2)

Charlton                    46

Co-Player of the Week Nicole Galliac, Halle McCabe and Maddi Farrell accounted for 52 of the Lady Panthers 54 points as Marlborough handed Charlton their first loss of the season.

 

 


by posted 01/30/2015
Week 8 Report

WEEK 8 REPORT – Games played January 17-18, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 9-5

Overall Marlborough record:  73-49

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Adam Cronin, 4th Grade Boys A

Cronin scored a season-high 14 points in leading Marlborough to a 40-20 victory over league-rival Charlton.

 

Sarah Orentlich, 7th Grade Girls A

Orentlich dominated play in the Lady Panthers 44-33 win over Douglas, registering a double-double of 26 points and 10 rebounds. 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             40  (5-3)

Charlton                    20

Good defense and a great offensive attack was the recipe for success as the Marlborough boys won for the third straight game. Co-Player of the Week Adam Cronin and Austin Hunt combined for 26 points for the Panthers in the contest.

 

4th Grade Boys C

Sutton                       33

Marlborough            11  (1-7)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             38  (8-0)

Hopedale                  17

The Marlborough boys raced out to a 23-9 first half lead and never looked back to remain unbeaten on the season. Leading the way were Panthers’ frontcourt players Eli Hintz and Gabe Lemes, who scored eight and seven points, respectively, while Kevin Magana contributed five points and a game-high 11 rebounds in the victory.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             37 (8-1)

Blackstone                29

 

6th Grade Boys A

Northbridge               51

Marlborough             34  (0-8)

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             34  (7-1)

Whitins-Christian      25

Jay Shah scored 10 points, including two big second half three-pointers, and Cristian DeLaCruz and Nathan Diaz spearheaded a stifling full court press to help Marlborough pull away from a tough Whitins-Christian team over the game’s final 15 minutes. Kaleb Patrick and David Kirsch added seven points apiece for the Panthers, who also got another strong game on the boards from big man Maurice Jarmman.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Shrewsbury              W

Marlborough             L  (7-1)

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough            40  (7-1)

Mendon-Upton         28

Timmy Wang led all scorers with nine points and Jovani Cloutier added eight points and five rebounds as the Marlborough boys won for the seventh time in eight tries.

 

8th Grade Boys B

Marlborough             48  (5-3)

Mendon-Upton         42

 

8th Grade Boys C

Auburn                      55

Marlborough             15  (1-8)

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough            W  (7-1)

Mendon-Upton         L

 

5th Grade Girls B

Dudley                       27

Marlborough             14  (1-7)

Tarina Owens and Jessica Cash led the offense while Delara Panahi contributed with solid defense in the losing cause for the Lady Panthers.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             (3-5)

BYE

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             44  (7-1)

Douglas                    33

The Lady Panthers saw an 18-point halftime lead reduced to just seven late in the game, but ultimately prevailed for their seventh league win of the season. Co-Player of the Week Sarah Orentlich was immense, scoring a career-high 26 points, including all 13 of Marlborough’s second half points.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             43  (6-2)

West Boylston          13

All Marlborough players scored, led by Nicole Galliac’s game-high 13 points, as the Lady Panthers jumped out to a 27-5 halftime lead and cruised to their fifth consecutive win.


by posted 01/20/2015
Week 7 Report

WEEK 7 REPORT – Games played January 10-11, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 11-5

Overall Marlborough record:  64-44

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Angel Strange, 7th Grade Boys A

Strange, who currently leads all Marlborough boys travel players in scoring, topped the double-digit mark for the fifth time in seven games, tallying 19 points in Marlborough’s 47-37 defeat of Blackstone.  

 

Maddi Farrell, 8th Grade Girls A

Farrell continued her season-long strong play, scoring a game-high 15 points in the Lady Panthers 46-26 win over Sutton.

 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             36  (4-3)

Douglas                     15

Mateo Arellano scored a season high 10 points and Adam Cronin and Austin Hunt followed with eight points apiece as the Marlborough boys went above the .500 mark on the season.

 

4th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             31  (1-6)

Whitins-Christian     21

Darian Selph and Dominic Miele scored 11 and eight points, respectively, to lead the Marlborough boys to their first victory of the season.  Isaac Domiciano chipped in with six points for the Panthers, while Nathan Woodside had four steals and Chris Krueger, Cam Cooper and Henry Papke all turned in strong defensive performances.

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             44  (7-0)

Northbridge               37

For the second consecutive week, Marlborough came back from a second half deficit to remain unbeaten on the season.  Trailing by three points with three minutes to play, Tyler Oliveira hit a big trey to tie the contest, whereupon the Panthers’ full court pressure then turned several Northbridge turnovers into points to pull away down the stretch.  Nine of ten Marlborough players hit the scoring column, led by Oliveira (10 points), Jake Jones (eight points) and Dylan Goulet (eight points).

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             48  (7-1)

Sutton                        6

 

6th Grade Boys A

Shrewsbury              54

Marlborough             26  (0-7)

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             36  (6-1)

Blackstone                32

Tyler Whitmore’s second half runner put Marlborough ahead for good while Jay Shah’s foul shot late in the game sealed the win.  Nathan Diaz and David Kirsch led a very balanced scoring attack with eight and seven points each.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             47  (7-0)

Blackstone                37

Marlborough’s run toward an undefeated season continued, with Co-Player of the Week Angel Strange scoring 19 points and the inside duo Matheus DeSouza and Steven Breitenfeld combining to pull down 14 rebounds in the contest.

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             58  (6-1)

Spencer                     7

 

8th Grade Boys B

Marlborough             49  (4-3)

Shrewsbury              27

 

8th Grade Boys C

Northbridge               42

Marlborough             37  (1-7)

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             34  (6-1)

Oxford                        7

Leanne Wydom scored 10 points and Aubrey Tunnera and Piper Kenney had six points apiece to lead the offense, while the Lady Panthers defense was anchored by Melissa Bibinski, Allison Keenan and Siarra Francis, each of whom had three steals in the game.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Douglas                     37

Marlborough             16  (1-6)

Tarina Owens had team-highs of 10 points and 12 rebounds and Delara Panahi added nine rebounds and four steals, but it was not enough as the Lady Panthers fell to a strong Douglas squad.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Millbury                      35  (3-5)

Marlborough             18

The Lady Panthers ran into a hot Millbury team in losing the backend of a rare weekend doubleheader.  Anna Ciolino led Marlborough with eight points with Ellie Knaf and Katiria Avila also playing well in the losing cause.

 

Millbury                      17

Marlborough             16

Jessica Popivchak was immense offensively in recording 14 of Marlborough’s 16 points while Anna Ciolino and Kayla Briere spearheaded a valiant defensive effort in the defeat.

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             45  (6-1)

Auburn                      24

The Marlborough girls used a 13-0 run to start the second half to extend past a pesky Auburn team en route to their sixth league victory in seven tries.  Center Alexia DeFreitas and shooting guard Kathleen Binkewicz provided the Lady Panthers with an effective inside-outside punch, scoring 12 and 14 points, respectively.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             46  (5-2)

Sutton                        26

A suffocating defense led by Ciara Shanahan and Erin Gowaski propelled Marlborough to 26-5 halftime lead and the team never looked back for the victory.  The Lady Panthers Big Three of Co-Player of the Maddi Farrell, Halle McCabe and Nicole Galliac accounted for 41 of the team’s points in the winning effort.

 


by posted 01/13/2015
Week 6 Report

WEEK 6 REPORT – Games played January 3-4, 2015

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 10-7

Overall Marlborough record:  53-39

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Austin Hunt, 4th Grade Boys A

Hunt tallied a game-high 14 points, including going 4-4 from the free throw line, in leading Marlborough to a 35-14 win over Auburn.

 

Jessica Popivchak, 6th Grade Girls A

Popivchak had team-highs of 14 points and five steals in the Lady Panthers 41-26 defeat of rival Shrewsbury.

 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             35  (3-3)

Auburn                      14

The Marlborough boys got back to .500 on the season, thanks to a stifling defense that limited Auburn to just five first half points. Co-Player of the Week Austin Hunt paced the offensive attack with 14 points with Adam Cronin chipping in with 10 points in the winning cause.

 

4th Grade Boys C

Dudley                      64

Marlborough             19  (0-6)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             44  (6-0)

Shrewsbury              34

Down 25-20 early in the second half, Marlborough closed the game on a 24-9 run to remain unbeaten on the season. Tyler Oliveira's game-high 19 points carried the Panthers offense while Kevin Magana was a stalwart on defense with eight rebounds and three steals in the game. Bernardo Pimental also added 10 points and once again successfully shut down the opposing team’s best player.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             W (6-1)

Hopedale                   L

 

6th Grade Boys A

Douglas                    47

Marlborough             34 (0-6)

 

6th Grade Boys C

Auburn                      32

Marlborough             29 (5-1)

In falling for the first time this season, the Panthers saw Auburn shoot well from the field and charity stripe while getting off to a slow start themselves that they could never fully recover from.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             53 (6-0)

Grafton                     30

En route to its sixth straight win of the season, it was another ‘all in’ effort by the Marlborough boys which saw every player score and register at least two rebounds each.

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             36  (5-1)

Blackstone                30

Down 30-29 with just over two minutes to play, Marlborough scored the game’s final seven points to earn the hard fought victory. Timmy Wang led the way with 11 points, including scoring the go-ahead basket and making key free throws down the stretch, and Soham Santikary followed with an eight point, seven rebound performance. The trio of Jake Naples, Jack Johnson and Ryan Jones provided the Panthers with a strong defensive effort in the win, with Jovani Cloutier also playing a strong all-around game.

 

8th Grade Boys B

Hopedale                 W

Marlborough             L  (3-3)

 

8th Grade Boys C

Shrewsbury              W

Marlborough             L  (1-6)

 

Whitins-Christian     W

Marlborough             L

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             37  (5-1)

Shrewsbury              16

Leanne Wydom had high scoring honors with 11 points while Piper Kinney and Allison Keenan added eight points each to lead the Lady Panthers. Siarra Francis and Avery Pruskin had four steals apiece in spearheading Marlborough’s defensive effort in the contest.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Northbridge              W

Marlborough             L  (1-5)

In the losing effort, the Lady Panthers got strong efforts from Luana Grau-Moura and Delara Panahi, the latter of whom led the team rebounds while scoring her first points of the season.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             41  (3-3)

Shrewsbury              26

Co-Player of the Week Jessica Popivchak combined with Kayla Briere and Anna Ciolino to account for 37 of Marlborough’s 41 points to help the Lady Panthers snap a three-game losing streak.

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             33 (5-1)

Shrewsbury              26

The backcourt duo of Kathleen Binkewicz and Lucy Cappadona totaled 11 and eight points, respectively, as the Marlborough girls held off a late Shrewsbury surge for their fifth league victory of the season. Sarah Orentlich added seven points for the Lady Panthers and teamed with Diana Bibinski to pull down 14 rebounds in battling against an aggressive opposing frontline all game.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             44  (4-2)

West Boylston          20

The Lady Panthers Big Three of Halle McCabe, Maddie Farrell and Nicole Galliac combined for 26 points in leading a very balanced scoring attack in the team’s third straight victory.

 

Marlborough             54 

Sutton                       41

Farrell and Galliac scored 12 points each while McCabe and Morgan Raun added 10 and eight points, respectively, as the Marlborough girls defeated a very good Sutton team.


by posted 01/10/2015
Week 5 Report

WEEK 5 REPORT – Games played December 27-28, 2014

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 8-7

Overall Marlborough record:  43-32

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Tyler Oliveira, 5th Grade Boys A

Oliveira scored a game-high 11 points and dished out five assists in leading Marlborough past Grafton, 43-26.

 

Halle McCabe, 8th Grade Girls A

McCabe tied the single game scoring record for Marlborough Girls travel basketball, pouring in 27 points in a 54-41 win over Hopedale.

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Northbridge               31

Marlborough              25  (2-3)

 

4th Grade Boys C

Northbridge              34

Marlborough             21  (0-5)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             43  (5-0)

Grafton                     26

All Marlborough players registered buckets on their way to their fifth straight victory to start the season. Co-Player of the Week Tyler Oliveira keyed the Panthers attack with 11 points, with Bernardo Pimental and Kevin Mangana adding 10 and seven points, respectively.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             50 (5-1)

Millbury                     43

 

6th Grade Boys A

Charlton                    34

Marlborough             26 (0-5)

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             59 (5-0)

Uxbridge                   12

All Marlborough players scored, with the foursome of Jay Shah, JJ Jarmman, Kaleb Patrick and Austin Stone all registering double digits games, in what was the Panthers highest offensive output of the season.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             55  (5-0)

Auburn                      37

For the fourth time in five games, all Panther players scored as Marlborough continues to rely on team basketball to remain unbeaten on the season.

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             43  (4-1)

Auburn                      25

 

8th Grade Boys B

Dudley                      58

Marlborough             43  (3-2)

 

8th Grade Boys C

Sutton                       39

Marlborough             31  (1-4)

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             20  (4-1)

Sutton                        6

 

Marlborough             32 

Shrewsbury              19

Leanne Wydom scored 11 points and Piper Kinney added seven points while anchoring a strong defensive effort along with Aubrey Tunnera and Allison Keenan.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Sutton                       30

Marlborough             27  (1-4)

Tarina Owens led the Lady Panthers with 17 points and Felicia El Karin had a strong game on the boards, but it was not enough as Marlborough fell just short in its victory bid. Luana Grau-Moura and Jessica Cash combined for 10 points in the loss.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Charlton                    22 OT

Marlborough             20  (2-3)

Kayla Briere, Elle Knaf, Maddie Young and Amanda Poor all played well for the Lady Panthers in the hard fought, overtime loss.

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             (4-1)

Bye

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             54  (2-2)

Hopedale                  41

Co-Player of the Week Halle McCabe poured in 27 points and Maddi Farrell followed with 14 points to pace the Lady Panthers.


by posted 12/30/2014
Week 4 Report

WEEK 4 REPORT – Games played December 20-21, 2014

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 8-8 

Overall Marlborough record:  35-25

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Kaleb Patrick. 6th Grade Boys C

Patrick scored a game-high 20 points in just 18 minutes of play in leading the Marlborough Boys to a 42-26 win over Uxbridge, including eight field goals and going 4-for-6 from the line.

Mathews De Souza, 7th Grade Boys A

DeSouza recorded a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds in the Panthers 64-29 win over Our Lady’s.

 

Leanne Wydom, 5th Grade Girls A

Wydom totaled 18 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in the Lady Panthers big 34-22 win over league rival Charlton.

 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Shrewsbury              22

Marlborough             21  (2-2)

Up 21-19 in the game’s final moments, Marlborough saw Shrewsbury hit a three-pointer at the buzzer for the heartbreaking loss.

 

4th Grade Boys C

Uxbridge                   36

Marlborough             26  (0-4)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             31  (4-0)

Blackstone                23

Marlboro's defense, led by Tony Santiago, Kevin Magnana, Dylan Goulet and Bernardo Pimental, helped offset a sluggish 12-9 first half as the Panthers held off a very game Blackstone squad. Tyler Olivera and Eli Hintz scored eight and six points, respectively to key the offense, while Hintz, Gabe Lemes and Alex Krueger dominated the glass throughout, totaling 20 rebounds.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             W  (4-1)

West Boylston           L

 

 

6th Grade Boys A

Oxford                       36

Marlborough             34  (0-4)

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             42  (4-0)

Uxbridge                   26

In a battle of undefeated teams, it was Marlborough that reigned supreme, thanks to the efforts of Co-Player of the Week Kaleb Patrick, who scored 20 points in the big victory.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             64  (4-0)

Our Lady’s                29

Co-Player of the Week Matheus DeSouza scored 14 points, Cooper Sanford dished out five assists and Nick Domiciano had four steals as Marlborough remain unbeaten on the season. 

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             40  (3-1)

Shrewsbury              22

Jesus Lopez’ eight points and 10 rebounds were team highs, and Jack Johnson and Jovani Cloutier chipped in with six points each as the Panthers won for the third time in four tries.  Harry Ryan also played a strong defensive game for the Marlborough with four steals.

 

8th Grade Boys B

Marlborough             54  (3-1)

Millbury                     21

 

8th Grade Boys C

Blackstone                W

Marlborough              L  (1-3)

 

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             34  (2-1)

Charlton                    23

Co-Player of the Week Leanne Wydom led the Lady Panthers with 18 points and 11 rebounds, while Melissa Bibinski and Aubrey Tunnera add four points each in the win.  Marlborough took control of the game in the second half behind the defensive efforts of Avery Pruskin, Piper Kinney and Alison Keenan.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Whitins-Christian      35

Marlborough             21  (1-3)

Jessica Cash scored 10 points and Tarina Owens followed with seven points to pace the Marlborough girls, who also received strong defensive play from Delara Panahi in the defeat.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Auburn                      27

Marlborough             18  (2-2)

Marlborough could not recover from a cold shooting first half in falling for the second time this season.  Elli Knaf, Anna Ciolino and Jess Popivchak helped jumpstart the offense in the second half, while Alison Silva and Maddie Young gave the Lady Panthers solid performances on defense throughout.

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             39  (4-1)

Dudley                      30

The Marlborough girls relied on a total team effort to earn its fourth league victory of the season, with five players scoring six or more points in the contest.

 

Charlton                    39

Marlborough             34

The Lady Panthers valiantly fought back from a 25-10 second half deficit to close within five points, but could get no further in their attempt to avenge last year’s title game loss to Charlton.  Kathleen Binkewicz and Lucy Cappadona combined for 20 points for Marlborough, with Diana Bibinski and Sarah Orentlich each pulling down 10 rebounds in the losing effort.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Shrewsbury              46

Marlborough             31  (1-2)

Halle McCabe and Nicole Galliac tallied 10 points apiece, but it was not enough as the Marlborough girls fell to a strong Shrewsbury squad.

 


by posted 12/28/2014
Week 3 Report

WEEK 3 REPORT – Games played December 13-14, 2014

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 11-5 

Overall Marlborough record:  27-17

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Tyler Dossas, 7th Grade Boys A

Dossas’ strong overall floor game, which saw him tally 13 points, six assists and four steals, helped propel Marlborough to a 62-52 win over Sutton.

 

Tarina Owens, 5th Grade Girls B

Owens scored a game-high 10 points, including the last six of the game, to lead the Lady Panthers to a thrilling 18-16 come-from-behind victory over Hopedale.

 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             35  (2-1)

Spencer                     18

 

4th Grade Boys C

Hopedale                   28

Marlborough             19  (0-3)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             37  (3-0)

Oxford                        14

Tyler Oliveira topped all scorers with 11 points and Alex Krueger followed with nine points to lead the offense while the Panthers defense continued to be a key cog in their early season success, limiting Oxford to just one bucket in the second half.  Dylan Goulet chipped in six points with Kevin Magana and Eli Hintz also adding four points apiece for Marlborough.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             38  (3-1)

Blackstone                34

In a game that saw multiple lead changes and no lead greater than six points either way, it was Marlborough that came out with the win, with Camden Ginnetti leading the way with a 13 point, four rebound, four steal effort.  Ryan Blaisdell also came up big for the Panthers with 12 points, including two big baskets down the stretch.  Lucas Desouza and Jayden Bruton further held the Blackstone big men at bay, with each pulling down seven rebounds in the game.

 

6th Grade Boys A

Sutton                        47

Marlborough             33  (0-3)

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             38  (3-0)

Blackstone                19

Marlborough’s stifling defense again took center stage, holding a tough Blackstone team to only six first half points.  Austin Stone recorded his third straight double-digit scoring game with 10 points with Kaleb Patrick and Nathan Diaz adding nine and eight points, respectively.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             62  (3-0)

Sutton                        52

Angel Strange and Co-Player of the Week Tyler Dossas combined for 31 points, and Kyle Carroll and Evan Boyle pulled six rebounds apiece in the Panthers 10-point victory.

 

7th Grade Boys C

Uxbridge                    49

Marlborough             38  (2-1)

Soham Santikary shined for Marlborough with 12 points and four rebounds, with Timmy Wang and Jesus Lopez scoring eight and six points apiece in the losing effort.

 

8th Grade Boys B

Marlborough             55  (2-1)

Spencer                     38

 

8th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             31 (1-2)

Hopedale                   22

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Hopedale                   19

Marlborough             15  (1-1)

 

5th Grade Girls B

Marlborough             18  (1-2)

Hopedale                  16

The Marlborough girls stormed back from a 16-10 deficit with four minutes to play and scored the game’s final eight points to earn their first victory of the season.  Luana Grau Moura , Jessica Cash and Co-Player of the Week Tarina Owens all had big steals down the stretch for the Lady Panthers, with Owens scoring the last six points of the contest, including the game winner.

6th Grade Girls A

Northbridge               32

Marlborough             19  (2-1)

Anna Ciolino scored 12 points and pulled down seven rebounds, but it was not enough as the defending champion Lady Panthers fell in a rematch of last year’s 5th grade title game.

 

Marlborough             W

Shrewsbury               L

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             40  (3-0)

Douglas                     25

The Lady Panthers saw an early 13-point lead completely erased with ten minutes to play, only to outscore Douglas 18-3 the rest of the way en route to their third victory of the season.  Kathleen Binkewicz paced the winners with 15 points, hitting four three-point shots and going 3-3 from the foul line.  Sarah Orentlich tallied seven points and seven rebounds while Lucy Cappadona had 10 steals for Marlborough in the victory.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             52  (1-1)

Uxbridge                    28

Marlborough led by just six points at the half, but used a suffocating defense over the game’s final 15 minutes to pull away for the win.  Ciara Shanahan led the defensive charge, holding Uxbridge’s top player  scoreless in the second half, while the offense was paced Halle McCabe and Nicole Galliac, who scored 17 points each.  Maddi Farrell also chipped in with 12 points and Natalie Dillon had a team-high nine rebounds in the winning effort.

 


by posted 12/17/2014
Week 2 Report

MARLBORO YOUTH BASKETBALL

 

WEEK 2 REPORT – Games played December 6-7, 2014

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 7-7 

Overall Marlborough record: 16-12

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Bernardo Pimental, 5th Grade Boys A

Pimental starred on both ends of the floor in Marlborough’s 33-24 victory over rival Douglas. In the contest, Pimental scored a team-high 14 points while holding Douglas’ best player to just three second half points.

 

Lucy Cappadona, 7th Grade Girls A

Cappadona lit up the score sheet in a 55-23 win over Blackstone, pouring in 15 points while also leading the Lady Panthers in steals (eight), rebounds (seven) and assists (five) in the game.

 

 

BOYS RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Douglas                     35

Marlborough             18  (1-1)

Adam Cronin scored five points and Mateo Arellano and Austin Hunt added four points each in the Panthers loss to a very strong Douglas team.

 

4th Grade Boys C

Mendon-Upton         30

Marlborough             14  (0-2)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             33  (2-0)

Douglas                     24

In a rematch of last year’s title game, it was an undermanned defending champion Panthers squad that again got the best of Douglas. In the victory, Co-Player of the Week Bernardo Pimental scored 14 points, the backcourt duo of Dylan Goulet and Jake Jones gave Marlborough great guard play, and frontcourt players Eli Hintz, Alex Krueger and Gabe Lemes helped hold Douglas at bay on the boards.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             36 (2-1)

Sutton                        14

Marlborough got off to a fast start aided by a swarming defense and never looked back.

Ryan Blaisdell led all scorers with 12 points and teamed with Joe Perdicaro in totaling four steal each as part of a swarming defense that allowed Marlborugh to get off to a big first half lead and never look back. Brendan Poirier and Lucas DeSouza also combined for 14 points and 15 rebounds in the contest for the Panthers.

 

Whitins-Christian     33

Marlborough             31

 

 

6th Grade Boys A

Grafton                       40

Marlborough             37  (0-2)

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             36  (2-0)

Hopedale                     6

 

The Marlborough boys continued their stifling defense, registering double-digits steals while holding Hopedale to few second chance opportunities on the boards. Austin Stone and Nathan Diaz paced the Panther offense, scoring 12 and eight points, respectively.

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             W  (1-0)

Charlton                    L

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             37  (2-0)

Leicester                    21

Timmy Wang’s 11 points led the offense and Soham Santikar pulled down nine rebounds on defense to help the Panthers win for the second consecutive week. Ed Smith and Jesus Lopes also combined for the 13 points for Marlborough.

 

8th Grade Boys B

Marlborough             W  (1-1)

Leicester                    L

 

8th Grade Boys C

Mendon-Upton         42

Marlborough             17 (0-2)

 

GIRLS RESULTS:

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             (1-0)

Bye

 

5th Grade Girls B

Mendon-Upton         28

Marlborough             20  (0-2)

Jessica Cash led the scoring charge, with Julia Silva also playing well offensively for the Lady Panthers. Defensively, Marlborough received a solid defensive effort from Tatum Harding in the hard fought contest.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             (1-0)

Bye

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             55  (2-0)

Blackstone                23

The Lady Panthers used a 27-3 run over the last eight minutes of the first half to cruise to their second victory in a game which saw all Marlboro players get into the scoring column.  Co-Player of the Week Lucy Cappadona led the way with 15 points with Alexia DeFreitas and Kathleen Binkewicz also chipping in with eight points each in the winning effort.

 

8th Grade Girls A

Charlton                    56

Marlborough             41 (0-1)

Marlborough got out to an early lead, but relinquished it late in the first half and then saw Charlton hit four three-point baskets as part of an early second half run that put the game out of reach. The Lady Panthers were led by Halle McCabe’s 11 points, followed by Nicole Galliac and Erin Gowaski’s nine and eight points, respectively. 

 


by posted 12/10/2014
Week 1 Report

MARLBORO YOUTH BASKETBALL

 

WEEK 1 REPORT – Games played November 30, 2014

 

Weekly Marlborough record: 9-5 

Overall Marlborough record: 9-5

 

 

PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:

 

Eli Hintz, 5th Grade Boys A

Hintz was a dominating inside presence, scoring 12 points and pulling down eight rebounds, in Marlborough’s 42-27 win over Hopedale.

 

Anna Ciolino, 6th Grade Girls A

Ciolino’s terrific all around play saw her score eight points, grab eight rebounds and register seven steals in the Lady Panthers tight 22-18 victory over Hopedale.

 

 

GAME RESULTS:

 

4th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             25  (1-0)

Hopedale                   22

Austin Hunt scored 13 points to pace the offense and Marlborough’s defense came up with some key stops late in the game to help the Panthers notch their first win of the season.

 

4th Grade Boys C

Sutton                        40

Marlborough             16  (0-1)

 

5th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             42  (1-0)

Hopedale                   27

After clinging to a two-point halftime lead, Marlborough turned to big man Eli Hintz, and the Co-Player of the Week delivered with 12 points and eight rebounds to help the Panthers pull away from Hopedale.  Bernardo Pimental poured in nine points while playing stellar defense, Gabe Lemes hauled in a game-high 11 rebounds, and Dylan Goulet was a steadying floor influence against Hopedale's pressure in the victory.

 

5th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             W  (1-0)

Hopedale                   L

 

6th Grade Boys A

Northbridge               37

Marlborough             21  (0-1)

 

 

6th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             37  (1-0)

Mendon-Upton         16

Marlborough’s first victory of the season was driven by balanced scoring attack and tenacious defense. The Panthers Twin Towers of Austin Stone and Maurice Jarmman dominated the boards and poured in eight points each with six other players also scoring. 

 

7th Grade Boys A

Marlborough             57  (1-0)

Hopedale                   21

Angel Strange, Matheus DeSouza and Cody White tied for high scoring honors with nine points apiece and Evan Boyle and Steven Breitenfeld spearheaded a strong defensive effort for the Panthers.

 

7th Grade Boys C

Marlborough             33  (1-0)

Mendon-Upton         23

 

8th Grade Boys B

Mendon-Upton         W

Marlborough             L  (0-1)

 

8th Grade Boys C

Oxford                        47

Marlborough             30  (0-1)

 

5th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             37  (1-0)

Millbury                        7

Siarra Francis scored 10 points and Leanne Wydom added eight points to spark the offense while Piper Kinney and Melissa Bibinski anchored a suffocating defense as the Lady Panthers opened the season with a resounding victory.

 

5th Grade Girls B

Northbridge               32

Marlborough             29  (0-1)

The Lady Panthers trailed by eight points at the half before mounting a late game charge that fell just short. Tarina Owens and Luana Grau-Moura tallied 15 and 12 points, respectively, to lead Marlborough.

 

6th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             22  (1-0)

Hopedale                   18

Olivia Trudeau and Co-Player of the Week Anna Ciolino combined for 18 of Marlborough’s 22 points as the Lady Panthers fought back from an early 8-1 deficit to get the opening season win.

 

7th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             29  (1-0)

Millbury                      15

With the game tied at the half, Kathleen Binkewicz scored all nine of her points in the second stanza to help the Marlboro girls pull away with a 14-point victory.  The Lady Panthers defense was stout throughout, with Sarah Orentlich and Lucy Cappadona combining for 11 steals and 17 rebounds in the contest.  

 

8th Grade Girls A

Marlborough             (0-0)

Bye

 


by posted 12/04/2014
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