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West: Players of the Week, Top 10 basketball teams

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Alicia Kutil , Franklin: The senior captain had 21 points and 11 rebounds in a 65-56 win over Taunton last week.

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Lauren McCall , Natick: The senior’s 21 points and eight rebounds led the Redhawks (1-2) to their first win of the season over Bay State Conference foe Needham, 62-57.

Rachel McCarron , Groton-Dunstable Regional: The Crusaders toppled Chelmsford, 50-43, with 26 points from their senior captain.

Tommy Mobley , Newton North: The sophomore guard was true from behind the arc, sinking nine 3-pointers en route to 30 points in a 76-51 win over Milton.

Alex Sugarman , Concord-Carlisle: With a triple-double — 13 points, 16 rebounds, and 10 blocks — the 6-foot-7 senior center led the Patriots past Lincoln-Sudbury Regional, 45-37.

Perry’s TOP 10 Boys’ teams

 1. St. John’s High (3-0); at Brockton,
Friday, 7 p.m.

 2. Newton North (3-0); at Weymouth,
Friday, 6:30

 3. Algonquin Regional (4-0); at Westbor-

ough, Wednesday, 7

 4. Natick (3-0); vs. Milton, Friday, 6:30

 5. Arlington Catholic (3-0); at Lincoln-

Sudbury Regional, Saturday, 3

 6. Nashoba Regional (3-2); at North Mid-

dlesex Regional, Wednesday, 7

 7. Shrewsbury (3-2); at Algonquin Re-

gional, Friday, 5:30

 8. Watertown (3-1); at Wakefield,

Friday, 7

 9. Medway (3-1); vs. Medfield,

Wednesday, 6:30

10. Hopkinton (3-1); vs. Holliston,

Wednesday, 6:30

Perry’s TOP 10 Girls’ teams

 1. Medfield (3-1); vs. Medway,

Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.

 2. Arlington Catholic (3-1); vs. Som­er-

­ ville, Friday, 6:30

 3. Newton North (3-1); vs. Weymouth,

Friday, 6:30

 4. Algonquin Regional (4-0); at Shrews-

bury, Friday, 7

 5. Franklin (2-1); vs. Stoughton, Friday,

6:30

 6. Lincoln-Sudbury Regional (2-1); vs.

Bedford, Friday, 7

 7. Framingham (3-1); vs. Needham,

Friday, 6:30

 8. Hopkinton (3-0); at Holliston,

Wednesday, 6:30

 9. Bellingham (3-0); at Dover-Sherborn,

Wednesday, 6:30

10. Wellesley (3-2); at Walpole, Friday,

6:30

BOYs’ GAME TO WATCH

St. John’s High at Brockton, Friday, 7 p.m.: Two of last season’s state semifinalists meet with a chance to cement their spot as one of this year’s best squads early in the schedule. The Pioneers from Shrewsbury feature a wealth of talented guards in the backcourt, from senior Ken Harrington to sophomore Davon Jones and freshman Adham Floyd — who will look to control the pace of the game on their host’s floor.

Phil Perry

Phil Perry can be reached at paperry27@gmail.com
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