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Sanborn plays spoiler

Sanborn handed Somersworth its first loss of the season in a 44-41 win. Marianna Brown led the way with 13 points. Somersworth hit what appeared to be a game-tying 3-pointer with 0:04 left, but a timeout from the bench negated the basket. The ensuing shot attempt fell short, giving the Indians the huge upset win.

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Girls Basketball, 01/30/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

The Intimidator

In addition to scoring 14 points, Kirsten Daamen swatted away 8 shots as she never let North Andover establish an inside presence in Pentucket's 52-35 win. Ashley Viselli dropped a game-high 16 points (four 3-pointers) and added 7 steals, and Erin McNamara had 7 points and 8 assists. 1,000-point scorer Nicole Zahoruiko led the Knights in scoring with 14 points.

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Wilmington 61, Newburyport 57

In a game that came down to a few plays at the end, Wilmington was able to pull of a tight win, 61-57. Coach Neil Reardon said he was very pleased with the effort. Sam Baribeault led the Clippers with a season-high 18 point (3 3-pointers), Beth Castantini had 13 points, Lindsey Tomasz had a nice overall game with 12 points, and Sam Leahy had eight points. 

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Wildcat Medley

Whittier's Kaisha Rodrigues struggles to get out from under Presentation of Mary's Kate St. Peter during Friday afternoon's game at PMA.4 Photos

Christina Medley tallied 21 points as Whittier downed PMA 51-34. Alicia Rondeau added nine for the winners. Jessica Goulet led PMA scorers with 12 points.

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Vikings lose to Masco, 50-45

The Triton Vikings (6-8) had a four point lead in the fourth quarter but were unable to hold on for the victory as Masconomet rallied late for the 50-45 win. Lauren Mihalchik (12 points), Jen Rock (11 points, 8 rebounds), Rachel Bourque (8 points, 5 steals), and Brittany Caprio (9 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 points) all played well for the Vikings.

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Sachems win 10 in a row, beat NA

The Pentucket Sachems (15-1) beat North Andover last night, 52-35, winning their tenth straight game in the process. Ashley Viselli led the charge with 16 points and Kirsten Daamen added 14.

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Royals win fourth, beat HW

The Georgetown Royals (4-9) only scored three first quarter points, but held Hamilton-Wenham scoreless for the first six minutes of the second quarter to turn the corner and hold on for the win, 50-43. Taryn O'Connell had a huge night with 20 points, 16 rebounds, and four steals, and Shannon Hartford (4 assists) and Haley Gisonno (10 points) played well in the victory.

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Central outlasts Lowell in thriller

Central Catholic's Gabie Polce, facing, embraces teammate Kelley Mikus after Centrals 61-59 win over Lowell Thursday evening.2 Photos

Lawrence — Katie Zenevitch had a smile on her face from ear to ear.

“It’s the best feeling in the world to beat Lowell twice in a season, I still can’t believe it. I couldn’t stop screaming.”

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Girls Basketball, 01/29/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Unsung heroes

Ashley LeBlanc grabbed 14 rebounds and Rachel Condon chipped in 11 points to lead Methuen girls basketball to a win over Haverhill. Colleen Garvey scored 12 points for the Hillies.

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Girls Basketball, 01/27/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Whittier rebounds, rolls over Minuteman

In a battle for first place in the Commonwealth Conference, Whittier girls basketball rolled to a 67-38 win over Minuteman Regional, avenging a 27-point loss from last Thursday.

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