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    Players of the Week, Top 10 boys’ and girls’ lacrosse teams

    High 5

    Tucker Ciessau , Scituate: For the 7-7 Sailors, the program’s all-time leading scorer has done nothing but pile it on all season. In his last four games, the 6-foot-2 attackman has 26 points (15 goals, 11 assists), adding to this Patriot League-leading totals goals (45) and assists (33) in 2013.

    Erin Flanagan , Archbishop Williams: The senior midfielder racked up 16 points (12 goals, four assists) in a perfect 3-0 week, and although she put up seven goals and two assists against Matignon, the Plymouth resident’s biggest highlight came vs. Plymouth North when she scored her 100th career goal.


    Brandon Jones , Hull: In a week in which the Pirates allowed eight goals in two wins, their senior star did opponents one better — well, three better. He found the net 11 times to go with his four assists, single-handedly outscoring Quincy (seven goals in a 18-5 win) and Coyle & Cassidy (four goals, 15-3 win).

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    Tyler Powers , Duxbury: The Dragons went 3-0 — again — but everything paled in comparison to the junior attack’s performance in a 8-7 quadruple overtime win over Lincoln-Sudbury. After tying the game twice, first in the first quarter and then in the fourth, Powers finished his hat trick by netting the game-winning goal with 17 seconds left in the fourth overtime.

    Jackie Sullivan , Whitman-Hanson: Her successful scholastic career is starting to wind down, but the senior captain is determined to go out with a bang: She followed up a six-goal, two-assist effort in a 16-5 victory vs. North Quincy with seven more goals and five more assists vs. Silver Lake (16-9 win) to land her Panthers a spot in the postseason.

    Healey’s Top 10 boys’ teams

    (Records through Saturday with next game listed)

    1. Duxbury (12-4); Fri. at Whitman-Hanson, 4


    2. Hingham (13-3); Fri. at Quincy, 4

    3. Bridgewater-Raynham (13-2); Tues. at
    Wellesley, 4

    4. Canton (12-0); Wed. at Westwood, 7

    5. Marshfield (14-2); Thurs. at Dennis-Yarmouth, 4

    6. Xaverian (9-5); Sat. vs. Catholic Memorial,
    11 a.m.


    7. Foxborough (8-6); Mon. vs. Sharon, 3:30

    8. Cohasset (8-3); Thurs. vs. Hull, 7

    9. Archbishop Williams (10-3); Sat. at Scituate, 7

    10. Braintree (8-4); Thurs. vs. Walpole, 4

    Healey’s Top 10 girls’ teams

    1. Westwood (14-0); Thurs. vs. Dover-Sherborn, 3:45

    2. Notre Dame (Hingham) (13-2); Sat. at Hanover, noon

    3. Foxborough (13-1); Mon. at Sharon, 3:45

    4. Duxbury (10-4); Thurs. vs. Whitman-Hanson, 4

    5. Apponequet (13-2); Thurs. vs. New Bedford, 3:30

    6. Norwell (9-3); Mon. at Lincoln-Sudbury, 4:30

    7. Scituate (8-4); Thurs. vs. Martha’s Vineyard

    8. Whitman-Hanson (8-2-1); Thurs. at Duxbury, 4

    9. Archbishop Williams (10-5); Fri. vs. Cape Cod
    Academy, 6

    10. Mansfield (9-5-1); Fri. at Milton, 7

    Game to Watch

    Hingham boys (13-3) at Marshfield (14-2), Monday, 4

    In a cross-conference dual between two of the best the Atlantic Coast League and Patriot League have to offer, the host Rams will face one of the biggest tests of their renaissance season in the perennial power Harbormen. If the teams’ identical 2-1 records against common opponents — they crushed Norwell, handled Cohasset, and fell to Needham — are any indication, it’ll be a competitive one. Hingham’s Tommy Bannan and Marshfield’s Pat Burchill have been steady, to say the least, as senior goalies, and both squads lean on their senior captains offensively: David Freitas for the Harbormen, Robbie Keuther for the Rams.

    Tim Healey

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