Winter 2015-16 season
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With 21 players from 17 different city schools, the Tigers struggle to find success.
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP
Senior Jayson Zernitsky led the Dragons as they rolled over O’Bryant and East Boston.
Laney Clement-Holbrook knew she boasted an impressive win total, but had no idea she needed just 10 wins to set the all-time mark.
Sophomore Jack Pinard made 20 saves in No. 17 Arlington’s 3-2 victory.
The talented sophomore brings athleticism and poise to his role as a team leader.
The senior’s 1,803 points broke the mark previously held by legend Ronnie Lee.
Here’s a look at where Globe All-Scholastic players and others have chosen to play college football.
With the win, St. Mary’s (15-2, 9-2) moves into a tie atop the Catholic Central Large girls’ basketball standings
Winless last season, the Warriors are undefeated through 14 games this year.
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The top six places stay the same, with Cambridge still at No. 1
Senior guard Chad Gaucher had 23 points and eight assists for Apponequet in its 63-60 win over previously undefeated Old Rochester.
Catherine Sweeney of Greater Lowell had a quadruple-double — 21 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists, and 10 steals — in the Gryphons’ 58-48 win over Whittier on Thursday.
Top 20 girls’ basketball poll
The last time the Wamps lost was Jan. 17, 2014 — and that was to a team from New York.
Olivia MacMillan of Walpole scored five goals against Framingham — including a shorthanded hat trick
Top 20 girls’ hockey poll
Top-ranked Arlington Catholic won the battle of unbeatens, 2-0, over No. 2 Austin Prep
Austin Prep junior Ryan Verrier scored with eight seconds left for a huge conference win with Super 8 implications
Sean Wrenn scored with 31.7 seconds remaining as the Lancers tied BC High, 2-2.
Malden Catholic 2, BC High 2
Malden Catholic’s Sean Wrenn scored with 31.7 seconds left to secure the 2-2 tie on Sunday.
New Mission 70, St. John’s Prep 66
Charles Mitchell and Tyrique Lee combined for 37 points as the Titans won their game at the MLK Invitational Tournament at Cabot Center.
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BC High remains No. 1 as the top five spots remained the same for the third straight week
Junior guard Keelah Dixon finished with a game-high 28 points for the visiting Wamps (12-0) in the crosstown battle.
Senior Matt Kerans scored 20 points to lead Belmont to a 75-65 victory.
HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY
With the state tournament on the horizon, a number of area coaches pinpoint goal as most pivotal position on the ice.
HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY
“If you don’t commit yourself as a player to hard work on offense and defense, you’ll run into a team that does and you become average.” St. Mary’s coach Mark Lee
Oliver Ames High girls’ basketball coach Laney Clement-Holbrook broke the state record for victories.
HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY
Junior defenseman and Archbishop Williams’ senior Cullen Lyne are three-zone players critical to their teams’ success.
Sweeney, a senior captain, finished with 21 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists, and 10 steals in a 58-48 road win over Whittier Tech.
Five Catholic schools appear to be locks for the tournament, but which public schools have the best shot?
The Grey Ghosts finished first and second in the 400-yard freestyle relay to win by a mere 2 points.
Junior forward Marc Faia scored four goals as the Crimson Tide defeated Somerville, 7-0.
Arlington Catholic’s 2-0 victory was the first loss of the season for Austin Prep.
Oliver Ames 40, King Philip 27
Clement-Holbrook became the winningest girls’ basketball coach in Mass., passing the mark set by former Frontier coach Vi Goodnow.
The senior is headed to Villanova next year to rejoin her sister Bridget, who played on the first two Braintree champions.
Senior Matt O’Connor racked up 21 points and 25 rebounds for the victorious Eagles (10-2).
A productive scorer and a hard-working defender, Norris has Rockland atop the South Shore League.
Hanover’s senior forward also grabs 23 rebounds in back-to-back wins.
MSTCA Coaches Elite Meet
Martin’s last-lap push in the 1,000 meters gave her first place and allowed her to set a personal-best time.
Wamps beat Wellesley in Bay State Conference showdown to remain No. 1
Rockets’ star junior forward and NU commit leads Reading to three wins.
Tigers’ sophomore guard scores 39 points in win over Bay State-rival Braintree.
Impressive win over Cathedral, combined with CM’s loss to BC High, vaults the Falcons to No. 1
Teams honor the little things that lead to victory on ice.
Two impressive wins vault the Cougars over league-rival Arlington Catholic.
With two goals against previously unbeaten Woburn, Aurora Fidler leads the Player of the Week parade.
At 12-1, the No. 6-ranked Spartans have moved atop the Catholic Central standings.
Sean Wrenn’s fourth goal of the season was the difference for the Lancers, who won, 1-0.