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Zenevitch, Central run away from Warriors

arl Russo/staff photo. Central Catholic students and basketball fans show their school spirit before the start of the rival boys varsity game against Andover in Lawrence. Central went on to defeat Andover 61-47 to remain undefeated 14-0. 2/2/2010. 16 Photos

LAWRENCE - He's 6-foot-7, 225 pounds of scoring punch, and somehow, over an eight-minute stretch Andover High just couldn't find him.

Central Catholic junior Jimmy Zenevitch owned the third quarter with 18 of his game-high 24 points on 8 of 10 shots, turning a fist fight into a rout, 61-47, before a raucous, standing-room crowd of about 1,500.

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The hot hand

Stephen Spirou hit for 23 points as Pelham edged Hollis-Brookline 45-36.

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Double double-doubles

Senior center Jeff Bintz and forward Jake Finnegan each had double-doubles in Londonderry's 63-43 victory over Goffstown. Bintz had a team-high 15 points and Finnegan added 10 while each player had 10 rebounds.

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Cannone, Salem topple unbeaten Merrimack

Salem stunned previously unbeaten Merrimack, 56-55, as Matthew Cannone drilled a foul-line jumper with three seconds remaining. Merrimack (now 10-1 in Class L) scored with 16 seconds left to make it 55-54. Joe Gallant was double teamed and passed the ball to Cannone, who found nothing but net. Gallant was immense with 14 points and 16 rebounds. The win was Salem's third straight and the first game of the streak was a similarly dramatic buzzer-beater over previously unbeaten Bishop Guertin.

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Fellowship Christian 0, Triton 0

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Boys Basketball, 02/01/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Andover loses nonleague contest

Andover had a chance late to tie or win in its nonleague game against O'Bryant yesterday.  Down by two points. Joe Bramanti drove in toward the basket, then passed to Brian Miller who kicked it out to James Connors beyond the arc. But Connors' 3-point attempt rimmed out and O'Bryant won 59-57 at Andover. "We played them for the last five years and they always give us a good nonleague competition," coach Dave Fazio said. "They just made more shots than us to be honest." Jimmy Johnson didn't play. The 6-foot senior forward who starts for Andover missed the contest because he turned his ankle Friday night. But Fazio said Johnson will play in tomorrow's game against Central Catholic.

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Boys Basketball, 01/31/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Methuen hangs on for win

Methuen held on for a 56-54 victory against Greater Lawrence, which stormed back after being down by 12 points entering the fourth quarter. Donald Celestin poured in 15 in the fourth to help the the Reggies tie the game. But Methuen's Cal Carroll hit two free throws to give his team the lead. Greater Lawrence took one final shot but it fell no good.

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Whittier clips Pelham, caps 4-0 week

 

HAVERHILL - There are statement games.

Welcome to statement week, Whittier Tech style.

The Wildcats polished off their fourth win in five days, improving to 12-4 with a dramatic, 77-73, overtime victory over Pelham, N.H.

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Boys Basketball, 01/30/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Brama Bull charging

 

Joe Bramanti continued a torrid week with 24 points, seven assists and four steals for Andover in a tough 78-72 win over Haverhill. Brian Miller muscled up for 19 points with 10 rebounds for the Warriors. Dante Perella had 19 for Haverhill, and Dennis Driftmeyer scored 18 points.

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Boys Basketball, 01/29/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Three seconds?

 

A three-second call with 12 seconds left and Pentucket trailing by a pair took the ball out of the Sachems' hands and proved to be the difference in a 57-54 loss to Rockport. Corey McNamara led all scorers with 25, knocking down seven more threes in the loss.

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