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GlobeWest: Players of the Week and Top 10 boys’ and girls’ basketball teams

HIGH 5

Sam Bohmiller , Franklin: With an average of 24.5 points in two tournament games, the senior point guard finished off his varsity career with a flourish, bowing out in the Division 1 South quarterfinals to eventual sectional champ Mansfield, 57-48, in overtime.

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Charlotte Bussema , Wellesley: The senior forward averaged 20.3 points per game in the state tourney before the Raiders fell to Braintree in the Division 1 South semifinals, 57-33.

Erin Cressman , Nashoba Regional: In the Division 2 state final, the Chieftains’ leading scorer put up 12 points in a 54-36 loss to Medfield.

David Mercier , Milford: The 6-foot-7 senior averaged 13.8 points per game in the tourney until the Scarlet Hawks’ run was stopped with a 52-39 loss to Putnam Vocational Technical Academy in the Division 1 state semifinals.

Jen Narlee , Medfield: The senior captain ended her high school hoops career with a 10-point, 8-rebound performance in the Warriors’ state final win over Nashoba, 54-36. She tallied over 900 points and 900 rebounds, but is also an accomplished soccer player and will take the pitch next fall for Babson College.

Perry’s Top 10 boys’ teams

(Final records)

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1. Milford (20-4)

2. St. John’s High (16-7)

3. Algonquin Regional (20-2)

4. Newton North (20-4)

5. Franklin (16-8)

6. Wayland (19-5)

7. Concord-Carlisle (16-8)

8. Wellesley (14-9)

9. Brookline (14-9)

10. Westborough (12-10)

Perry’s Top 10 girls’ teams

(Final records)

1. Medfield (26-2)

2. Franklin (19-5)

3. Newton South (13-11)

4. Newton North (19-2)

5. Nashoba Regional (22-3)

6. Wellesley (15-9)

7. Algonquin Regional (18-5)

8. Lexington (16-6)

9. Ashland (17-7)

10. Arlington Catholic (17-7)

Phil Perry can be reached at paperry27@gmail.com.

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