Week 8

Week 8 Game Recaps

Hennelly Division (Grades 4 & 5)

Friday night's game was an offensive triumph for Mass Tire and Auto Service, scoring 32 points. J.F. Price Co. put up 14 points, with Brendan scoring 5 points, leading the team in baskets. Another high scorer was Mass Tire's Austin Cummings, who dropped 9 points. All around an entertaining game, with some great performances from the players.

We saw Mass Tire Auto Service beat Barnes Building this week, with a final score of 57-37. For Mass Tire, the whole team showed great hustle, with each of their players scoring at least one basket. Samuel Abbott made great offensive contributions, making great passes and scoring 4 points. On the other side, Parker Campbell rebounded well and moved the ball tremendously. Chris Ruiz also had a huge game with 31 points and great all-around play.

Fraternal Order of Eagles won a great matchup, beating Horizon Dental 39-24. Thomas Kelly had a great game, showing his relentless hustle. Also for Quincy Credit Union, Will Pratt had a great game shooting, knocking down 3 crucial shots. On Horizon Dental, Rocco Dibona had a strong offensive game, and wasn't afraid to take those 2 fouls so he could get his team the ball. Chiz Ojimba also dished out lots of assists and always created offense for his team. 

Weymouth Police Association defeated South Shore Barber Shop with a final score of 52-24. For Weymouth Police Association, #3 Kyle did a great job on defense and locked up his opponents, while Gordon took control of the offense scoring 26 points and 4 threes. Gavin for South Shore Barber Shop showed great hustle getting back on defense. Also for South Shore Barber Shop, Brodie Shaw did a great job spacing the floor on offense.

Union Point defeated Quincy Credit Union to end the day with a final score of 39-32. For Union Point, Jack did an awesome job getting open and had great effort throughout the whole game. Lokes had an all around good game, doing a great job of finding his teammates, assisted by a combined 30 points from Cameron and John. Burke of Quincy Credit Union had great hustle and effort on the defensive end. #5 Declan of Quincy Credit Union showed great sportsmanship in the close loss to Union Point.

Division II (Grades 6 & 7)

The last game of Friday night was an offensive battle between Barnes Builings and Kelley's Oil Company. The final score was 40-33, with Kelley's Oil taking the win. Both teams displayed great hustle, with Braeden Neenan of of Barnes putting on a light show with his 16 points, and Christo El Hachem dropping a clutch 5 points in the last quarter, giving his team the push they needed to take the game

The first match up of the week saw the gold Dentistry for Children team against the light blue Weymouth Firefighters. As per ALWAYS Sean Zaslaw had a big performance absolutely lighting it up in every aspect. By half time, Zaslaw had 17 and he ended up finishing with a game high 21. It was his passing and facilitation in the second half that really solidified this outing. While the opposing team's Tyler Miller and Connor Smith proved to be challenging, dropping 7 and 6 respectively it just was not enough on this day. Dentistry for Children pulled out the victory in the end, 37-24

The second game definitely did not disappoint thanks to the yet another round of outstanding performances. The Big Three of Jimmy's Diner squared off against the ever dangerous Will Savage and his team. While Savage did his usual thing dropping 16, it was the help of Joe Looney and his 8 buckets that kept the Park Ave - Ace Hardware team hangin' on. But as we have seen week and week, out the Jimmy's Big Three of Liam Gallagher, Anthony Dragone, and Mike Stevenson put up an unbelievable 37 of the team's total 45. They stood to be too much, and Jimmy's Diner took the W, 45-32.

The third game saw the #1 Councilors team face an unexpected challenge from Bridges Insurance. Bridges found its game in the capable hands of Rich McCulley, who dropped a team high 10 while going 3-3 on his first three shots (all sweet mid-range jumpers). And while they held tough for a little while, it was the beast of the boards, the president of the paint, Colin Hackett who carried his team to victory riding an impressive big-man performance and dropping a team high 6 and pairing that with 6 blocks as well. Yet again, the Councilors prove to be the best TEAM and show why they are number 1, winning 30-15

Leighton Division (Grades 8 & 9)

The first game of Friday night was a beautiful matchup between Alvin Hollis and Brewster Ambulance. The final score was 37-31, with Alvin Hollis victorious. Brewster put up a great fight, especially in the fourth quarter, when Goudey put up 2 three pointers. However, it was not enough, as in the same quarter Ryan Kennedy put up 10 points, sealing a win for his team

This Sunday's matchup between Cathay Center and Stockholders was anybody's game throughout, ending in a victory for Cathay Center with a final score of 56-46. Matt Parker of Cathay Center had a great game getting after it on both ends of the floor while playing smart. Jayden F also contributed immensely to his team's offense, staying open for his teammates. Patrick for Stockholders had a solid game, playing aggressive to the very end of the 4th, scoring 21 points for his team. Elio also turned on his defensive skills this week, doing anything he could for his team.

This Sunday's game between Olden's Pharmacy and Equitable Bank was a lopsided win for Olden's as they took the game over and won 59-28. Jake Savage of Olden's was a bully out there on the floor recording 3 swats off the backboard in the 3rd quarter and finished with 9 points in the win. Sean Murphy of Equitable Bank gave a hard fought effort and pulled in 6 rebounds acting as an absolute beast on the glass, and he also had 6 points but his effort was not enough needed to get the win over Olden's Pharmacy.

This Sunday's matchup between Union Brew House and Scapicchio Law was a win for Union Brew House 32-20. John and Will from Union Brew House were a dynamic duo out there on the court dishing passes left and right and combining for 23 points in the win over Scapicchio. Scapicchio didn't give up, though.  Damien scored 11 points in the loss and did not stop his tremendous effort on both ends of the floor even when they were down.

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