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Courtside chatter

High 5

▸Bobby Cappadona, Waltham: The junior forward led the Hawks with 20 points and 11 rebounds in a 68-59 win over Newton South.

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▸Lindsey Doucette, Hopkinton: With 24 points, 8 steals, and 8 rebounds, the senior forward pushed the Hillers past Tri-Valley League foe Bellingham, 69-46.

▸Chrissy Fraga, Milford: The senior forward’s 25 points highlighted the Scarlet Hawks’ 64-51 win over Tantasqua Regional.

▸Jake Layman, King Philip Regional: In what has been a regular occurrence, the 6-9 senior guard had a monster game - 33 points, 18 rebounds, and 10 blocks - to lead the Warriors past Avon, 84-57.

▸Emma Roberson, Arlington Catholic: The senior earned MVP honors in the Masconomet Tournament, scoring 29 points in the championship game as the Cougars clipped the host team, 55-44.

Perry’s Top 10 boys’ teams

(Records through Tuesday)

1. Acton-Boxborough Reg. (7-0)

2. Newton North (5-0)

3. King Philip Regional (3-1)

4. Groton-Dunstable Reg. (5-0)

5. Milford (6-1)

6. Wellesley (4-1)

7. St. John’s High (4-4)

8. Natick (3-1)

9. Brookline (4-3)

10. Arlington Catholic (3-0)

Perry’s Top 10 girls’ teams

(Records through Tuesday)

1. Arlington Catholic (5-0)

2. Medfield (6-0)

3. Brookline (5-0)

4. Acton-Boxborough Reg. (4-2)

5. Nashoba Regional (6-0)

6. Shrewsbury (5-1)

7. Lincoln-Sudbury Reg. (4-2)

8. Wellesley (4-1)

9. Franklin (4-0)

10. Hopkinton (4-1)

Girls’ game to watch

Braintree at Brookline, 5:15 p.m. Tuesday: Both teams started the season 5-0 and sat atop in the Bay State Conference’s Carey Division. Led by senior guards Elena Ridker and Jamie Francona, daughter of the former Red Sox manager, the host Warriors will come at Braintree’s Wamps with a balanced attack in the hopes of grabbing the top spot in the division.

Compiled by Phil Perry

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