Week 7

Week 7

Week 7 Game Recaps

Hennelly Division (Grades 4 & 5)

Horizon Dental just barely held off South Shore Barber Shop for a win with a score of 28-26. For South Shore Barber Shop, Damien St. Jean had a great game. He was very aggressive and grabbed lots of rebounds. On the other side, Drew had a strong game on the boards as well, pulling down defensive rebounds to set up possessions for his team. He contributed 2 points as well. It was a very close game, but Horizon Dental was able to pull off the win.

At 9:00 AM on Sunday morning Fraternal Order of Eagles battled Weymouth Police Association in an evenly matched game as the score was constantly back and forth. Joshua P. had a few excellent plays that greatly affected his teams morale in the last few periods. Joe L. played a clean game and fed his teammates the ball at just the right moments allowing for his team's exciting victory. 

Quincy Credit Union defeated South Shore Barber Shop to end the day with a final score of 42-41. Jack Daley had an all around great game, scoring 4 points and showing great effort on the defensive end near the end of the game. Assisted by Aaron's 12 points, Michael of South Shore Barber Shop showed great hustle and teamwork throughout the game. Brody had an awesome shooting game scoring 17 points in the tough loss to Quincy Credit Union.

This Sunday afternoon's matchup between Mass Tire & Auto Service and Union Point was a good one to watch with a final score of 39-29, Mass Tire & Auto taking the win. Derek Richman and Mason Thevenin of Mass Tire & Auto combined for 27 points in the win leading their team on the offensive end. Elhassan Boutriq had 4 points and a great defensive effort to stop the Union Point in their tracks and bring home the win for his team. Union Point made a strong fight to stay in the game with players like Cameron Aieta and Jonathan Brainard showing great team explosiveness in their battle combining for 25 points in the tough loss.

This Sunday's matchup between J.F. Price and Barnes Buildings was a nail biter for sure. These two teams clashed in an all out war for the victory, but Barnes Buildings came out on top and snuck by J.F. Price with a 39-38 win. Chris Ruiz led the storm with a dominant performance on both ends of the floor finishing with 20 points and the victory for his team. It was an all around performance for J.F. Price as they moved the ball well and found the open man distributing almost all of their points equally across the board and getting the whole team involved. Unfortunately that was not enough this Sunday as it was any man's game in the end.

Division II (Grades 6 & 7)

Bridges Insurance Alliance battled Barnes Building on Friday night. In this dominant showdown against two great teams, 40-25 was the final score in favor of Bridges Insurance Alliance. For Barnes Building, Dominic Freeman played aggressively, getting steals to put his team into transition. For Bridges Insurance Alliance, Phillip Glendye and Cillian Hardiman has great games with a combined 14 points. Cillian finished inside, while Phillip knocked down mid range shots all game. Barnes Building made a comeback near the end, but it was too little too late.

For the first matchup on Sunday, the Councilors came out on top with a 38-31 win over the Weymouth Firefighters. Anthony Taccini and Christian Baker were two key players that used the entire court to create space for big plays to happen. For the Weymouth Firefighters, Christian Pike and Luke Thompson showed consistent effort even when their team fell behind.

During the second game of the day, Park Ave. took a 39-19 win over Dunkin'. Stand out players for Park Ave. were Jake McAuliffe, showing outstanding effort, and Dominik Mak making sure nothing happened in the paint. Although Dunkin' Donuts lost, they did only have 5 players the whole game. With great effort by all of them and no subs, Michael Maccarone and Jed Whitaker were the 2 that stood out the most.

For the third game of the day, Dentistry for Children came out on top with a 40-22 win over South Shore Bank. Stand out players were Aidyn Zmud, controlling the paint with his size, and Jim Fist, being a part of ever play simply because of his hustle. Although South Shore Bank lost, Connor Dunker and Justin Riley were two of the most noticeable players because of their hard work on the court.

This Sunday's game between Kelley's Oil and Jimmyâ??s Broad Street Diner was a victory for Jimmyâ??s Diner with a final score of 45-29. Kelleyâ??s Oil battled hard in the loss, and one player that stood out was Dan Daley who pulled in 5 tenacious rebounds and had 4 points just in the 1st quarter. Dan finished the game with 8 points and his great work on the glass kept his team in the game until the late stages. Mike Stevenson of Jimmy's Broad Street Diner had a phenomenal game leading his team to victory with 17 points in the win.

Leighton Division (Grades 8 & 9)

Union Brewhouse dominated Cathay Center in this Friday night matchup. The final score was a whopping 56-40 in favor of Union Brewhouse. For Cathay Center, Tommy Tanner was aggressive on the boards. Also, Jack Mulroney and Calvin Plant both went off for a combined 34 of their team's 40 points. For Union Brewhouse, Ryan Gaffey had a great offensive game, draining two 3 pointers and passing the ball well. The whole team played aggressive D and grabbed rebounds to contribute to their win.

In the early morning Sunday game Brewster Ambulance service went up against Equitable Bank. Malik M. and Nathan H. were two players who selflessly took fouls in order to score baskets for their teams. Players on Brewster Ambulance Service, James G. and Shawn P., showed great effort in contributing to their team's performance. 

Olden's Pharmacy defeated Stockholders with a final score of 64-44. For Olden's Pharmacy Anthony did a great job finding his teammates, getting them easy looks at the basket.  Savage for Stockholders showed great effort on both sides of the court, scoring 10 points and recording 5 steals. Hashim for Stockholders showed great teamwork and had 2 points to go along with the tough effort.

In the third game of Sunday morning Alvin Hollis and Scapicchio Law faced off in a game that was back and forth, especially in the second half. For Scapicchio Law Mike Ritz grabbed an unbelievable amount of rebounds that helped his team make a significant come back in the first half, while Alvin Hollis had numerous players who were not afraid to foul in order to help out their team. 

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