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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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