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


Jon Dor , Concord-Carlisle: Two days after tipping in a game-winner with five seconds left to beat Billerica, 49-48, the senior guard dropped in 17 points and handed out five assists to help the Patriots defeat Malden Catholic, 66-53.

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Kristin Fetchtelkotter , Medfield: In a 66-46 win over Archbishop Williams, the 6-foot senior forward scored 11 points to reach 1,000 points for her career. She will play at Williams College next year.

Alex Hilger , Natick: The Bay State Herget Division all-star (below) scored 29 points in a 78-58 loss to Lincoln-Sudbury Regional, leaving the senior with exactly 1,000 for his career.

Chris Rodgers , Franklin: With 28 points, including a pair of breakaway dunks, the 6-foot-2 guard earned MVP honors and helped the Panthers beat Brookline in double overtime of the finals of the IAABO Board 27/Comcast Classic tourney, 79-76.

Infiniti Thomas-Waheed , Newton North: The Holy Cross-bound senior put up 13 points in a 57-52 loss to Lynn English to hit the 1,000-point mark for her high school career.


1. Needham (17-4)

2. Franklin (16-4)

3. Brookline (13-8)

4. Newton North (16-3)

5. St. John’s High (18-4)

6. Concord-Carlisle (18-2)

7. Wellesley (13-5)

8. Ashland (19-1)

9. Belmont (15-5)

10. Arlington (14-8)


1. Medfield (19-2)

2. Newton North (18-3)

3. Nashoba Regional (20-0)

4. Arlington Catholic (16-3)

5. Watertown (19-1)

6. Natick (15-4)

7. Franklin (14-5)

8. Acton-Boxborough Regional (14-6)

9. Bedford (18-4)

10. Bellingham (16-3)

Phil Perry

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