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Roundup: Kittrell leads Snowden to final

Snowden sophomore Javaughn Kittrell banked in a fadeaway, circus shot off the glass with 36 seconds left in double overtime to help beat St. Mary’s of Lynn, 63-58, Monday night in the Division 4 North boys’ semifinals in Chelsea.

“That shot, what a lifetime shot, what can I say,” Kittrell said after scoring a game-high 23 points. “It happens once in a lifetime.’’

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After junior Derron Stone hit a pair of free throws to give them a 59-57 lead with 1:21 left in the game, Kittrell stole the ball and took it down to the paint, where he pulled up for a jump shot. After being blocked by Nick Amenta, the 15-year-old recovered the ball and threw up his fadeaway prayer that gave Snowden a 61-57 edge.

St. Mary’s was led by senior Matt Manning’s team-high 22 points.

Division 3 South

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Wareham 61, Rockland 56 — Junior Darien Fernandez finished with 26 points and eight assists to lead the victors.

Girls’ basketball

Division 4 North

Fenway 71, Shawsheen 45 — Tajanay Veiga-Lee scored 24 points to propel the Panthers.

Division 3 South

Archbishop Williams 42, Norwell 32 — The Bishops improved to 20-5 as Leah Spencer collected 15 points and eight steals.

Boys’ hockey

Division 2 North

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Danvers 5, Concord-Carlisle 3 — AJ Couto scored a pair of goals as the Falcons advanced to the Division 2 North final.

Globe correspondent Zac Vierra contributed to this report.
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