West: Players of the week and top 10 boys’ and girls’ basketball teams

High 5

Ashley Lutz , Lincoln-Sudbury: The senior forward (above) averaged 16 points and 11 rebounds in Warrior wins over Acton-Boxborough (47-31) and Waltham (56-53).


Rachel McCarron , Groton-Dunstable: With 25 points and a whopping 21 rebounds, the senior led the Crusaders past Fitchburg, 63-42.

Miles Robinson , Arlington: The Spy Ponders received 16 points, 18 rebounds, and six blocks from the sophomore forward in a 77-59 win over Burlington.

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Aaron Swenson , Middlesex: The Zebras needed a big game from their junior captain from Waltham and got it as his 32 points paced a 58-54 win over Boston Trinity.

John Zimmerman , Medfield: Another big game for the senior forward — 19 points and 21 rebounds — helped give the Big Blue a win over Millis, 60-48.

Perry’s top 10 boys’ teams

(Records through Tuesday, with next game listed)


 1. Algonquin (10-1); at Shrewsbury, Tues., 5:30

 2. Newton North (8-2); at Wellesley, Tues., 6:30

 3. Milford (11-1); vs. Stoughton, Tues., 6:30

 4. St. John’s Shrewsbury (8-3); vs. Shrewsbury, Mon., 7

 5. Wayland (10-2); vs. Boston Latin, Tues., 5:30

 6. Franklin (8-4); at Taunton, Tues., 6:30

 7. Waltham (7-2); vs. St. John’s Prep, Sun., 3:30

 8. Brookline (8-4); at Norwood, Tues., 6:30

 9. Arlington Catholic (8-2); at St. Mary’s, Fri., 6:30

10. Wellesley (7-4); vs. Newton North, Tues., 6:30

Perry’s Top 10 girls’ teams

 1. Newton North (11-1); at Wellesley, Tues., 6:30

 2. Medfield (12-1); at Medway, Fri., 6:30

 3. Arlington Catholic (9-3); at Cambridge, Tues., 7

 4. Algonquin (9-2); vs. North Middlesex, Tues., 7

 5. Franklin (8-2); vs. Taunton, Tues., 6:30

 6. Lexington (10-1); at Stoneham, Tues., 7

 7. Nashoba (10-1); at Groton-Dunstable, Tues., 7

 8. Wellesley (8-4); vs. Newton North, Tues., 6:30

 9. Lincoln-Sudbury (7-3); at Weston, Tues., 5:30

10. Medway (10-3); at Millis, Tues., 6:30

Game of the Week

Franklin boys at Taunton, Tuesday: Senior captain Sam Bohmiller and junior Chris Rodgers helped spark the Panthers to seven wins in their first eight games in January, improving their record to 8-4. The Tigers (10-1) present one of the toughest challenges in the state, but will serve as a good test for Franklin to gauge progress before heading into the regular season’s final stretch.

Phil Perry

Phil Perry can be reached at papery27@gmail.com.
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