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Weekly Highlights

 

Week 10, 2018-2019

Boys 4th Grade (Black)

The Marlboro boys 4th grade travel squad turned the ball over 30 more times than they could afford on their way to a 33-23 loss to a solid Mendon-Upton squad.  Owen Poirer (9), Jack Lehane (7) and Evan Tucker (4) led the Panthers offensive attack.   All the credit goes to Mendon-Upton who exhibited a superior defensive effort  .... and longer legs !  (the Panthers have six 3rd-graders)

Marlboro has now dropped to 7-2 and has a real fight on their hands to hold on to a #3 playoff seed at this rate. 

The Panthers have a much-needed 13 day break before their now make-up game with Mendon-Upton again on February 24th.    

Boys 5th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 5th Grade (Orange)

 

Boys 6th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 7th Grade (Black)

  

Boys 8th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 8th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 5th Grade (Black)

 

Girls 7th Grade (Black)

The lady panthers lost a heartbreaker today at Whitcomb by a score of 30 -28 to playoff bound Leominster. It was a tale of two halves for both teams. The score was knotted 7 - 7 at the half. Leominster jumped out to a 12 point lead in the second half only see it evaporate when Meghan Deneen hit a 3 pointer with 5 seconds left. Unfortunately for the Lady Panthers, Leominster played heads up ball and hit a streaking player for a lay up and the win with 1 second left. A real heartbreaker to say the least - but the Lady Panthers showed tremendous character in their battle back in the 2nd half and have nothing to be ashamed of. Marlborough was lead in the scoring department by Daisy Dehollan who scored 8 points and grabbed 8 rebounds. Meghan Deneen added 7 points, Elizabeth Johnson added 6, Mallory Farrell chipped in with 5 and Catherine Seay scored on 2 beautiful drives to the basket. 

Girls 7th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 8th Grade (Black)

 


Week 9, 2018-2019

Boys 4th Grade (Black)

Blackstone-Millville was a superior team in all facets of the game on Sunday, waxing the Panthers 34-16 from jump street.  BM's coaching and relentless man-man trapping defense was the difference in the game, completely shutting out two of Marlboro's "Big Three".   Jack Lehane (7 points) and Markus Elpido (4 points) were the lone bright spots for the Panthers on the offensive end.   

A day later, Marlboro is still in search of who was covering Blackstone Millville's #6 in the 2nd half as he registered 12 points on WIDE-OPEN layups. 

The Panthers are now in a tie for 1st place and will attempt to bounce-back with a practice dedicated to understanding who is covering who on every possession.  We're on to Cincinnati, err Mendon-Upton.    

Boys 5th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 5th Grade (Orange)

The 5th Grade boys won a hard fought game against Northbridge 40-34.  Our press looked much better and led to some key steals down the stretch.  The player of the game yesterday was Owen Ott.  He had 7 big rebounds and 2 points on a crucial layup in the second half.  An honorable mention goes to Chris Roy who shot 100% (2 for 2) and ended with 4 points and two rebounds.  

Boys 6th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 7th Grade (Black)

Marlborough lost a tough game on Sunday to Millbury 49-36.  After falling behing early in the 1st half by 13 Marlborough fought back to cut the lead to 1 by the help of good defense and aggressive play from Miguel Borges (6pts), Fernando Ridrigues (4pts) and Jahki Brookings (15pts).  

However, this wasn't enough as Marlborough managed to keep it close for most of the second half until Marlborough needed to foul and then Millbury pulled away.  

Boys 8th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 8th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 5th Grade (Black)

Bella Miele lead the scoring with 14 including 2 of 2 from 3. Emma Reynolds and Kaelyn Deneen added 4 points and Marisol Burgos rounded out the scoring and played great D. The girls have strung together a nice 4 game win streak.

Girls 7th Grade (Black)

The Lady Panthers won a hard fought battle against their counterparts from Littleton on Sunday. Down 14 - 12 at halftime, the Panthers came roaring back in the 2nd half to win 27-20. The Panthers outscored their opponent 15 - 6 in the second half - with everyone contributing on the defensive end. Keira Powers had 4 steals to lead the defensive effort. On the scoring side the Panthers were lead by Meghan Deneen and Daisy Dehollan who each scored 8 points. Elizabeth Johnson added 7 while Mallory Farrell chipped in with 4. 

Girls 7th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 8th Grade (Black)

Marlboro got off to a great start against a tough Hudson team, but ended up taking a tough loss, 49 - 17.  Marlboro was led by Devan Gowaski and Maddy Webster, each with 6 points.  We continue to build character.


Week 8, 2018-2019

Boys 4th Grade (Black)

The Marlboro 4th grade boys travel squad improved their record to 7-0 with a 35-26 victory over a much improved Hopedale squad.  The Panthers had their most balanced offensive game on the season with 7 of 9 players scoring at least a bucket led by Liam Bennett's double-double of 11 points & 11 rebounds.     

Evan Tucker and Marcus Elpido each chipped in 4 points while Emanuel Lemes and Jayden Lopez each knocked in a bucket.  Owen Poirer (7 points) and Jack Lehane (5 points) rounded out Marlboro's scoring on the day. 

The Panthers play an early-morning Super Bowl Sunday home game vs #3 seed Blackstone-Millville (4-2).

Boys 5th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 5th Grade (Orange)

We were down 14 at one point and cut it to one a few times with a furious flury.  I heard from a few people that it was one of the best games they have seen.

He had 7 rebounds (many in the final few minutes) a few blocks and 4 points.  

Boys 6th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 7th Grade (Black)

  

Boys 8th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 8th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 5th Grade (Black)

 

Girls 7th Grade (Black)

The Marlborough Girls 7th grade team lost a tough battle to their counterparts from Wachusett today at Whitcomb. Marlborough played tough throughout and gave their all, but were unable to quench the red hot shooting of Wachusett. Marlborough was paced by Meghan Deneen, Daisy Dehollan and Kiera Powers who scored 10, 8 and 6 points respectively. Elizabeth Johnson (4), Catherine Seay (3) Maeve Powers (2), Mallory Farrell (2) and Janelle Zepeda (1) rounded out the scoring. Marlborough looks to get back on their winning ways next week against Littleton. 

Girls 7th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 8th Grade (Black)

 


Week 7, 2018-2019

Boys 4th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 5th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 5th Grade (Orange)

 

Boys 6th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 7th Grade (Black)

  

Boys 8th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 8th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 5th Grade (Black)

Girls showed their continued improvement avenging a 20 point loss to start the season with a dramatic 38-35 win. Bella Miele was a beast with 30 points the biggest 2 coming off a well executed inbound play with passes from Emma Reynolds (5 points) and KK Moore. KK also had a huge help defense play and rebound to seel the game. Kenley Resendes and Marisol Burgos rounded out the scoring. The win has the girls tied for the final playoff spot. Very proud of the progress the girls have shown this season.

Girls 7th Grade (Black)

 

Girls 7th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 8th Grade (Black)

The Marlboro Grade 8 Girls team played their best game of the year, defeating a worthy Dudley team by a score of 32 - 31.  Maddy Webster and Jess Cash led all Marlboro scorers with 8 points each, with all players contributing key efforts throughout the game, having held their opponent scoreless the first 6 minutes, and reclaiming the lead towards the end of the game.  Woo-hoo!!


Week 6, 2018-2019

Boys 4th Grade (Black)

4th grade boys withstood a furious Sutton (5-1) 2nd-half rally and moved into sole possession of 1st place with a 34-26 victory over the previously unbeaten Sammies.   The Panthers (6-0) blew a 23-7 2nd half lead with a variety of sloppy turnovers as Sutton whittled the lead down to 1 point with 4:30 to play.  After a timeout, Marlboro upped their defensive pressure & attacked Sutton's press to right the ship and seal the victory. 

Liam Bennett continued to be a monster down low, hauling in 20 rebounds along with 7 points.   The Panthers displayed their most balanced attack of the year led by Jack Lehane (9 points, 6 steals), Owen Poirer (8 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals) and Shay Gorman's 6 points.  Danny Mosca (5 rebounds) and Jayden Lopez (4 steals) each also registered key buckets.  

Boys 5th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 5th Grade (Orange)

Great game by everyone today and a much deserved win.   We had 8 of 10 players score which was very impressive.  

The player of the game was Miller who had 16 pts and got us started off from the start with a huge 3 pt bomb.  We needed someone to step up today and Miller did a great job on offense as well as very tough defense. This was the highest points by anyone on our team this season.   

Everyone played great and an honorable mention goes to Sal with 8 points (and a pair of new shoes - nice motivation Renee) :) and Jonathan who had his best game of the year with some key rebounds and at least 4 blocks.   

We are back in the playoff hunt so great job to the entire team.

Boys 6th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 7th Grade (Black)

The Mallboro boys seventh grade team fell behind early to Douglas who is five and I’ll coming into the game. Marboro trailed by 10 at halftime but battled back behind the scoring of Jahki Brookings (14 pts), Mateo Arellano (10pts) and Ryan Dillon (8 pts) they were able to cut the lead to 5. Other contributors were Miguel Borges who sank a big 3-pointer and David Rosengard who dominated the boards. Unfortunately the comeback fell short and although we battled Douglas evenly in the 2nd half we lost by 10. 

Boys 8th Grade (Black)

 

Boys 8th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 5th Grade (Black)

 

Girls 7th Grade (Black)

The Marlborough Girls lost on Sunday to their counterparts from Acton by a score of 43 - 29.  Despite the score, Marlborough competed hard for the whole 30 minutes.  Marlborough was lead by Meghan Deneen who scored 14 points followed by Daisy Dehollan who pumped in 6.  Elizabeth Johnson scored 4 points and Janelle Zepeda and Maeve Powers each added a basket.

Girls 7th Grade (Orange)

 

Girls 8th Grade (Black)

 

 

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by posted 01/14/2019
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