League Updates (3/10/2014)Senior League Playoffs
Town League Playoff Schedules
All semi-final games have been posted to the schedules page. Full Playoff schedule has been posted on 'Playoff Schedule' page (link above).
Championship and All Star Sunday Schedule
The Town League championship and all-star games will be played on Sunday March 16th at Weymouth High School. Click on 'Playoff Schedule' above.
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Week 11 - Town League Quarterfinals Summary (3/9/14)Hennelly Division (Grades 4 & 5)
In the first game, Jimmy's Diner played Dentistry for Children. On Jimmy's Diner, the leading scorer was Joe Sullivan with 13 points. Matt Thomas also had a great game scoring 2 points and playing great defense. For Dentistry for Children, Tom Tanner and Billy Jones were the lead scorers, scoring 6 points each. Nick Smollet also had a great game scoring 5 points and having 3 fouls on defense. The game ended 27-19 with Jimmy's Diner winning.
In the second game, Weymouth Police played Quincy Credit Union. For Weymouth Police, Brendan Morris was the leading scorer with 9 points. Jack Desmond also had a great game with 4 points and playing aggressive defense. For Quincy Credit, Matt Kowalski was the leading scorer with 13 points. John Fararelli also played a great game scoring 1 point and always staying open on offense. The game ended 27-18 with Weymouth Police winning.
In the third game, Sullivan Tire played Weymouth Fire. For Sullivan Tire, John Savage was the leading scorer with 16 points. Calvin Plant also had a great game scoring 12 points for his team. On Weymouth Fire, Hayden Pike was the leading scorer with 8 points. Donny Noel also played a great game scoring 7 points for his team. The game ended 32-25 with Sullivan Tire winning.
In the last game, Union Brewhouse played Barnes Building. For Union Brewhouse, Nathan Hraibe was the leading scorer with 18 points and having 3 fouls on defense. Charlie McDonald also had a great game scoring 13 points. On Barnes Building, Matt Folan and Kevin Prou were both the leading scorers with 14 points each. Nick Babin also had a great game scoring 4 points and having 1 foul on defense. The game ended 41-36 with Union Brewhouse winning.
Division II (Grades 6 & 7)
Game One: S. Bank vs. Rockland Federal
In game one, Rockland Federal won 45-32. Henry Portolese played an outstanding game and dove on the court fighting for loose balls. Also, John Niles had an aggressive game with some nice shots and solid defense. Davian Merhes’s incredible high intensity and hustle kept his team alive and energetic. Ben Randolph contributed to his team from his strong drives to the basket.
Game Two: South Shore Bank vs. Cathay Center
In game two, South Shore Bank won 32-23. Ryan St. Clair and Nick Dragone were a dyamic duo, both had 10 points with great hustle around the court. Evan O’Brien played remarkable defense and did not make it easy for his opponent. Brendon Crowley had an all around fantastic game with excellent shots, rebounds and hustle
Game Three: Scappichio Law vs. Olden’s Pharmacy
In game three, Olden’s Pharmacy won 46-27. Jack Ogorek had very active movement off the ball and helped create great plays. In addition, Colin Murphy‘s skills have improved weekly as his effort and hard work stayed constant throughout the season. Akire Rouse dominated with 23 points and his presence had a major impact on the game. Jimmy Curran lead his team to success with many excellent assists.
Game Four: Mass Tire and Auto vs. Cannavo Plumbing
In game five, Mass Tire and Auto won 40-6. Tom Delorey played an amazing game with quick moves to the basket. Also, Joe Gough made sure to box consistently so he grabbed many rebounds. Matt Prescott played tough and hard until the very last second, as did his whole team. Jack Lachey really added to the team effort where they all worked together great.
Leighton Division (Grades 8 & 9)
The Division 1 Quarter Finals started off with a great matchup between Weymouth Bank and Scappichio Law . Kevin McGrath and Patrick Haggerty combined for 27 points for Weymouth Bank to earn a big 57 to 34 win. Hunter Lloyd scored 10 points for Scappichio and was huge defensively with 4 steals.
Eastern Exposures took down Weymouth Elks in a close game, 52 to 46. Chris McMorrow scored 16 points for Eastern and dished out 6 assists in a huge performance. Steven Kelcourse and Cam Mason combined for 17 points for the Elks in a tremendous comeback effort.
Mitchelson Club held off Weymouth Eagles in a nail-biter to gain a 42 to 32 win. Nick Spinnella scored 12 points for Mitchelson and crashed the boards hard to pull down 6 rebounds. Kevin O’Brien scored 23 points for the Eagles and played stellar defense.
Park Ave. pulled out a win over Verizon by a score of 44 to 41. Pat Sullivan and Stefan Merhej combined for 17 points to give Park Ave. a much needed boost on offense in the fast paced battle. Zack Jones and Matt Dicesare provided offense for Verizon, with 20 points between the duo.