League Updates (12/11/2013)
Instructional League (Grades 1 - 3)
The Instructional League program will begin on Saturday December 14th at the University Sports Complex in Hanover (former Starland location). See times below:
- Grade 1: 9:00-10:10AM
- Grade 2: 10:10-11:20AM
- Grade 3: 11:20 - 12:30PM
Town League (Grades 4 - 9)
Town League practices will begin the week of December 2nd. The first game will be Sunday December 8th. Please log-in and check the Schedules page for more information.
If players have not heard from a coach (and/or cannot log-in), please email email@example.com.
Senior League (Grades 10 -12)
Senior League will conduct a player evaluation to help create competitive teams on Sunday December 8th at 8:00pm at Chapman Middle School. All registered players should attend.
All game schedules, standings and information will be posted to this site. Some information will only be accessible by logging into the site. All players that registered online can log-in by using the email address and password created when registering. Click on the 'Log In' link in the top right corner of this page.
Players that registered in-person will need to provide an email address (a different one for each player) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Week 1 - Town League Summary
For the first game for division 3 of opening day Barnes Building played Cannavo Plumbing. For Barnes Building, Kevin Prou was the leading scorer with 12 points for his team. Matt Folan also had a very strong offensive game with 10 points. On Cannavo Plumbing, James was the leading scorer with 6 points. Willie also contributed offensively with 4 points and had very strong defense with two fouls. The game ended 28-14 with Barnes Building winning.
In the second game of the day, Weymouth Police played Joseph T. Cazeault & Sons. For Weymouth Police, Jake Gomez was the leading scorer with 16 points. Jake Parker also had a very strong game with good passes and a strong defense making four fouls. On Joseph T. Cazeault & Sons, Kobi George was the leading scorer with 6 points. Jack Erickson also made a great free throw and was always moving around trying to get open. The game ended 40-9 with Weymouth Police winning.
In the third game, Weymouth Fire played Jimmy's Diner. On Weymouth Fire, Jack Mulroney was the leading scorer with 12 points and also played great defensively with 3 fouls. Hayden Pike also had a great game with 6 points. For Jimmy's Diner, Joe Sullivan was the leading scorer with 11 points for his team. Eamon Delaney also played very well on defense with 4 fouls. The game ended 25-17 with Weymouth Fire winning.
In the fourth game of the day, Union Brewhouse played Quincy Credit Union. For Union Brewhouse, Charlie McDonald was the leading scorer with 15 points. Cameron White also played well with 4 points. On Quincy Credit Union, Jonah Mincey was the leading scorer with 19 points playing a very good offensive game. Matt Kowalski also hit a very important 3 near the end of the game. The game ended 24-22 with Union Brewhouse winning.
In the last game of the day, S. Weymouth Barber Shop played Sullivan Tire. For Barber Shop, Collin Powers was the leading scorer with 8 points. Paul McNiff also had a very good game with 4 points and controlled the ball as point guard. On Sullivan Tire, John Savage was the leading scorer with 18 points for his team. Conor Denizkurt also had a great game with 4 points and always hustled to get open. The game ended 26-19 with Sullivan Tire winning.
Division II (Grades 6 & 7)
Game One: Canavo Plumbing vs. South Shore Sports Therapy
Game one was a very close and exciting game. Canavo Plumbing pulled away with the win for a final score of 19-15. Jack Lachney carried his team with 12 points and played an excellent game. Also, Neil Sanders made a great impact for his team with awesome help defense. For South Shore Sports Therapy, Ryan Thompson had a couple extraordinary steals and was able to transition his team to offense. Rory Deluca made strong drives to the basket and played great both offensively and defensively.
Game Two: Cathay Center vs. S. Bank
In game two Cathay Center won 42-26. Paul Foisy was unstoppable hitting threes and helped his team greatly. Evan O’Brien and Cam Munchbach also lead Cathay on offense by dominating the court. Zach Struzzieri was able to get his own rebounds throughout the whole game and made a major influence under the boards. In addition John Niles out hustled the other team and showed great effort until the end of the game.
Game Three: Kelley’s Oil vs. Rockland Federal
In Game three, Rockland Federal won 25-8. Ruben Dias played an outstanding game with a couple aggressive steals. Davian Merhes never stopped hustling up the court, and also did an excellent job handling the ball. Nobody could stop Jake Parker’s drives down the court and he was able to finish his drives to the basket to get some points for his team. Sean O’Brien showed amazing effort and hustle all game.
Game Four: Dunkin Donuts vs. South Shore Bank
The end result of game four was South Shore Bank winning 40-29. Elliot McLeod was on both ends of the court hustling and helping his team all around. Rich Barrows played with great intensity and had a strong offensive game. Although his team was losing Sean Sullivan continued to carry his team with high energy and made some amazing shots. Also Dan Pacard had 9 points and played a fantastic game.
Game Five: Colonial Federal vs. Scapicchio Law
Game five was such a nail-bitter and left everybody on the edge of their seat. Scapicchio Law took the win in the last seconds 42-39. Patrick Manning played an unbelievable game and was a crucial components for his team’s win with 23 points. Michael Hastings also played very well on defense. Connor Stokes had an astounding game with 21 points and helped keep his team back in the game. AJ Sullivan would not let up and had multiple steals and rebounds.
Game Six: Olden's Pharmacy vs. Mass Tire & Auto
Olden’s Pharmacy faced off with Mass Tire & Auto. Mass Tire got a 39 to 24 win behind 13 points and a great rebounding effort from Liam Norve. Akire Rouse put up 13 points and had a block party on defense, constantly rejecting shots.
Leighton Division (Grades 8 & 9)
Week 1 of the JBL season started off with a thriller between the Weymouth Elks and Eastern Exposures. Eastern Exposures pulled out a 65 to 60 win led by Justin Albee and Evan Cooper, who combined for 29 points and dominated the boards. Cam Mason did the bulk of the scoring for the Elks, contributing 23 points in a big comeback effort.
In the matchup between Fabiano Florist and the Weymouth Eagles, Kevin O’Brien led the Eagles to a big 56 to 23 win. O’Brien had 15 points and played tremendous defense to spur the Eagles to victory. Brian Keating of Fabiano Florist had 7 points and was a dominant rebounder in the loss.
Weymouth Bank and J.F. Price faced off in an intense matchup that ended with a 41 to 34 win for Weymouth Bank. Danny Keenan scored 8 points for J.F. Price and was a pickpocket on defense, always forcing his man to lose the ball. Mark Murphy and Sheron Cunningham provided the offense for Weymouth Bank, leading the way with 26 combined points.
Verizon earned a 45 to 30 win over Mitchelson Club in a competitive game. Zack Jones scored 10 points for Verizon and was aggressively ripping down rebounds the whole game. Mitchelson got a big boost from John Arnold who scored 10 points and played lock down defense in a hard fought game.
Scapicchio Law faced off against Park Ave. Market in a nail biter, which finished in a 40 to 36 win for Scapicchio. Zack Crowley displayed his offensive abilities in a scoring outburst of 18 points while also setting up his teammates with great scoring opportunities. Vinny Brown and Danny Frietas had great games on offense, combining for 22 points for Park Ave.