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In need of offense

"We played great defense," exclaimed Sanborn girls coach Vicki Parady-Guay, always positive even in a 38-22 loss to Epping yesterday.
Marianna Brown had eight to pace the Indians, who never recovered from a scoreless first quarter.

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Girls Basketball, 01/20/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

So close!

In her first game back from a leg injury, Lucy Francisco sank a pair of free throws to send the Lawrence girls hoop team into overtime against Billerica — which entered the game 7-2. The Indians, however, prevailed 46-43 after the extra frame. Francisco scored 17 points for the Lancers, who had a 3-pointer rim out at the buzzer of OT.

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Gomez powers Andover surge

Natalie Gomez dropped a game-high 25 points to lead Andover on a giant second-half surge in a 64-44 win over Notre Dame. The Warriors trailed be two at the half before out-scoring Notre Dame by 18 points in the third quarter. Gomez also chipped in with eight rebounds, six assists and five steals. Alex Alois, who spotted 11 points, finished with 13 rebounds for a double-double.

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Girls Basketball, 01/20/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Struggling without top scorer

Timberlane's girls basketball team made it close, losing 43-41 to Nashua North, but it was its fourth straight loss since losing Tianna Parolisi to  a season-ending knee injury against Dover. "It's tough without her," admitted Timberlane coach Bruce Johnson. Parolisi will have ACL surgery Feb. 12.

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Girls Basketball, 01/19/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Triton 43, Hamilton-Wenham 27

After much of the Triton team had battled the flu for the past couple of weeks, the Vikings got back in the win column with a slow-paced, yet solid win over Hamilton-Wenham, 43-27.

Lauren Mihalchik led the Vikings with 12 points and six rebounds, and Paige Stokes made a nice contribution with eight points and five rebounds.

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Newburyport 51, Lynnfield 42

Emerging as a rising star, freshman Beth Castantini had a terrific game at both ends of the court with 16 points and five rebounds as Newburyport had a good team effort to knock off Lynnfield, 51-42.

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Girls Basketball, 01/19/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights trounce Newburyport

Nicole Zahoruiko poured in 25 points, half of the Knights' total output, and also nabbed 14 boards as the North Andover girls basketball team topped Newburyport, 50-37. Nikki Karalis added seven points, including North Andover's only 3-pointer, and Katie Maroney shut down Newburyport's leading scorer in addition to recording four points.

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Girls Basketball, 01/16/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

North Andover 50, Newburyport 37

The Newburyport (3-6) girls lost to North Andover last night, 50-37. The score was 29-12 at the half in favor of North Andover. Sam Baribeault scored 15 points, and Caitlyn Hill had nine for the Clippers.

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Girls Basketball, 01/16/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Indians can't overcome Wildcats

The Amesbury Indians (4-8) struggled from the tip against the Wilmington Wildcats, falling 54-38. Gabby Magnifico led the Indians with 10 points, while Colleen Brockmyre added nine, and Deryn Zahoruiko tallied eight points and nine boards. The score was 33-13 at the half. Wilmington's Amy Fahey led the Wildcats with 17 points.

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Girls Basketball, 01/16/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

What an understatement this is

"We played great defense," said North Reading head coach Karla Sullivan after her team held Rockport to just 12 points in a 44-point blowout, 56-12.

Alison Friberg led the Hornets with 14 points Casey Denofrio added eight.

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