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Roundup: Medfield girls rally past Oliver Ames

Caitlyn Abela scored her 1,000th career point for No. 5 Oliver Ames but the performance was not enough as fourth-ranked Medfield (19-1) rallied to beat the Tigers, 61-55, in the championship game of the Rebel Hoop Classic in Walpole. It was the first loss of the season for Oliver Ames (19-1).

Lauren Petit was the leading scorer for the Warriors with 16 points. She also had six steals and three assists and was named tournament MVP.

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Last season, Oliver Ames beat Medfield in the championship game of the Rebel Hoop Classic and the script looked to be the same when the Tigers jumped to a 10-0 lead to start Wednesday’s game.

In the second quarter, Medfield trailed by as much as 13, but the Warriors chipped away to cut the deficit to 6 at the half.

In the third, Medfield took the lead for the first time and went into the fourth leading, 44-42. The comeback was led by Jen Narlee, who finished with 14 points and 10 boards.

Braintree 53, Needham 33 — Ashley Russell recorded 13 points and seven assists and Molly Reagan added 13 points and six boards for the No. 3 Wamps (20-2).

Billerica 65, Methuen 45 — Alexa Napoli scored 15 points for the No. 6 Indians (18-2).

Pentucket 54, Hamilton-Wenham 40 — Tess Nogueira registered 11 points and 14 rebounds for the No. 12 Sachems.

Scituate 63, North Quincy 45 — The No. 19 Sailors (16-3) clinched the Patriot League Fisher title behind Kelly Martin’s 17 points, 11 rebounds, and 8 assists.

Boys’ basketball

Cardinal Spellman 73, Medway 47 — The 18th-ranked Cardinals (17-3) captured the Medway tournament title behind Ryan Roach’s 14 points and 13 assists.

Reading 53, Haverhill 51 — Senior Nate Clark hit a bank shot as time expired to boost the Rockets past the Hillies.

Boys’ hockey

Catholic Memorial 4, Fairfield Prep 3 — Aaron Clancy netted a hat trick as the No. 6 Knights (11-6-2) handed Fairfield Prep its first loss of the season.

Wilmington 3, Tewksbury 2 — Dylan DiNatale scored his second goal with 1:38 remaining to lead the No. 12 Wildcats.

Beverly 3, Lynnfield 0 — Andrew Irving led the No. 17 Panthers with a pair of goals and Tim Birarelli recorded his seventh shutout of the season.

Girls’ hockey

Chelmsford 4, Beverly 1 — Devon Livington scored twice as the Lions (8-11-2) handed No. 13 Beverly/Danvers its first loss.

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