Week 6

Week 6 Game Recaps

Hennelly Division (Grades 4 & 5)

We saw Union Point beat Mass Tire & Auto Service this week 44-29. Anthony Jones' hustle for Union Point shown through in this game, helping the team by putting up a vital basket. Jonathan Brainard's free throws and regular lay-ups helped close the gap between the teams early on in the game. Mass Tire's Austin Cummings demonstrated great hustle and spirit through the match alongside Brady Somerville who hustled non-stop, making many assists.


Week 6 of the Hennelly Division was a great one, with Quincy Credit Union defeating their opponent, Barnes Building, 47-37. Declan M of Quincy Credit Union had a phenomenal game, showing his relentless hustle and gritty defense. Alex also had a great game shooting, knocking down his free throw and passing to his teammates. On the other side, Braedan Politto had a strong defensive game, racking up steals and always creating offense for his team.


The second match of the day went into overtime, with South Shore Barber Shop defeating Union Point 61-57. South Shore Barber Shop received great help from Michael Hardy who played solid defense and was not afraid to risk a foul to get the ball. Brodie Shaw also contributed his skills to get the team the win. The combined efforts of Union Point's Jack O'Connor and Christopher Maccarone brought much life to the team. Together the two played some great offense as well as each grabbing several steals.


Weymouth Police Association defeated Horizon Dental with a final score of 40-35. For Weymouth Police Association Joe Norton had great hustle, and did a good job on the defensive end. Tommy for Horizon Dental had great effort on both sides of the court, scoring 3 points and doing a great job getting back on defense.


Fraternal Order of Eagles defeated J.F. Price to end the day with a final score of 30-27. Arturo had an all around great game, scoring 2 points combined with strong rebounding throughout the game and assisted by Samuel's great hustle and teamwork. Ben of J.F. Price had a great shooting game, scoring 12 points while trying to make the comeback. Zach worked hard throughout the game and played tough defense for J.F. Price.






Division II (Grades 6 & 7)

Jimmy's Broad Street Diner walked out with a 38-29 win over South Shore Bank this Friday. Liam Gallagher of Jimmy's Diner was a stand out contributor in this game all because of his consistent effort on both sides of the ball. Greg Healy also played a big part, showing aggressiveness throughout. South Shore Bank never fell short of great effort and determination thanks to Braiden Farias who set up many of their teams 29 points. Thomas Eldridge also had a stellar performance with many key defensive plays.


In the first matchup of the week we saw a battle between two pure scorers from the Weymouth Fire Fighters and Dunkin' Donuts. Jed Whitaker came alive to take over for his team in the last quarter draining a team high 8 points and utilizing a smooth mid range jumper in the process. All his efforts in the end were not enough, though, to stop the scoring ace that is Weymouth Fire Fighters Liam Connelly. Connelly yet again led his team in scoring with great moves and a sweet finish at the rack. He dropped a team high 10 and the Fire Fighters barely squeaked by with a 21-20 win.


The second matchup brought the league's power house Councilors at Large against the up-and-coming Barnes Buildings fresh off a solid W last week. While the explosive efforts of Barnes' Braedan Neenan and his team high 10 points were impressive, it was simply not enough. The overall team presence of the red team shined through yet again with two of their stars, Andrew Donahue and Alex Pineiro, both dropping team highs at 8 as the rest of the team followed with solid scoring and sharing. In the end, red cruised on by winning 37-21


In the third bout we saw Dentistry for Children battle Bridges Insurance. With the usual stardom of Sean Zaslaw kept in check by solid defense by the Bridges team, another star had to step up and that was Alex Bedoni. Racking up a season high 12 points, he gave his team the jump they needed against this tough Bridges defense. Trying to keep up, Dominic Benotti dropped himself a season high 6, but it just wasn't enough on this day. Bedoni saved his squad, and Dentistry for Children took the W 20-17.


This Sunday's matchup between Park Ave. Market and Kelley's Oil was a good game, but Kelley's Oil took the W 47-40. Brendan Conroy for Kelley's Oil had a dominating game controlling all aspects of the floor with 18 points in a great all around game for him and his team. Ben Haugh also had a good game setting the tone for aggressiveness, getting to the line a few times and finishing the game with 6 points being the enforcer for his team. Pat Chahine on Park Ave. tried to keep his team alive in the game, running his offense and scoring at will with 16 points in a hard fought loss.





Leighton Division (Grades 8 & 9)

Friday night's matchup between Scapicchio Law Offices and Equitable Bank was dominant, ending in a victory for Scapicchio Law with a final score of 50-14. Jack Scannell of Scapicchio Law had a great game with 21 points playing aggressively and showing much skill. Jack Erickson also made great contributions to the team with his clean 3-pointers and many assists to his teammates. Charlie McDonald of Equitable Bank had a solid game on both defense and offense alongside Jack Donahue who gave it his all even when his team was down.


This Sunday's matchup between Cathay Center and Brewster Ambulance Service was a good one for Cathay Center as they took the win 40-34. Calvin had a great game for Cathay Center dishing the rock and setting up his teammates along with 13 points and 3 three pointers including a deep buzzer beater at the end of the 1st. Jayden had 9 points and also had a fantastic buzzer beater at the end of the 3rd quarter to give his team momentum going into the 4th. Jonah Mincey for Brewster Ambulance got to the line a lot trying to get his team back in the game and going 6/8 from the line and notching 10 points in the tough loss.


This Sunday afternoon's matchup with Olden's Pharmacy taking on Alvin Hollis was a lopsided victory for Olden's pharmacy with a final score of 44-22. Jake Savage and Anthony Reynolds led their team and combined for 24 points in the victory excelling on both sides of the floor the whole game.

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