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

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Jackie Arrondo , Needham: With a monster double-double of 27 points and 15 rebounds, the senior forward helped push the 11th-seeded Rockets past No. 6 Durfee in the first round of the Division 1 South bracket, 57-46.

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Kyle Fernandes , Assabet Valley Regional Tech: In a 73-36 win over ninth-seeded Abby Kelley Foster Charter in the first round of the Division 4 Central tourney, the senior hit six threes and posted a total of 30 points for the No. 8 Aztecs.

Tommy Mobley , Newton North: Scoring 23 points and eclipsing the 1,000-point mark for his career in the process, the junior sharpshooter helped the fifth-seeded Tigers beat No. 12 Braintree, 59-57, in the the Division 1 South first round.

Elijah Rogers , Brookline: The dynamic senior guard put up 29 points and came up huge down the stretch for the 11th-seeded Warriors in their 84-82 double-overtime win against No. 6 Taunton in the first round of the Division 1 South bracket. He finished a three-point play with five seconds left in regulation to tie the game, and then scored nine consecutive points in the first OT to keep his team alive.

Ashley Thompson , Blackstone Valley Tech: The No. 7 Beavers fell in the first round of the Division 4 Central bracket to No. 10 Greater Lowell, 50-45, but the senior from Bellingham scored her 1,000th career point, as she put up 15 points and 22 rebounds in her final game.

Perry’s Top 10 boys’ teams

(Records through Wednesday; result of most recent game)

1. Needham (18-3); beat Durfee in Division 1 South first round, 58-40

2. Franklin (16-6); lost to Catholic Memorial on Feb. 20, 71-55

3. Brookline (14-8); beat Taunton in Division 1 South opener, 84-82

4. Newton North (18-3); beat Braintree in Division 1 South first round, 59-57

5. St. John’s High (18-4); beat Algonquin Regional Feb. 19, 76-54

6. Concord-Carlisle (18-2); beat Groton-Dunstable Regional in Division 2 Central first round, 77-44

7. Wellesley (15-6); lost to BC High in Division 1 South first round, 66-58

8. Ashland (19-1); lost to Norton on Feb. 19, 45-42

9. Belmont (15-5); beat Latin Academy in first round of Division 2 North tournament, 58-45

10. Watertown (15-5); beat Melrose on Feb. 14, 52-50

Perry’s Top 10 girls’ teams

(Records through Wednesday; result of most recent game)

1. Medfield (20-2); beat Westborough in Division 2 Central quarterfinals, 71-41

2. Newton North (17-3); beat Bridgewater-Raynham Regional in Division 1 South first round, 66-10

3. Nashoba Regional (20-0); beat Acton-Boxborough Regional on Feb. 19, 47-41

4. Arlington Catholic (17-4); lost to Lynn English on Feb. 20, 48-45

5. Watertown (19-1); beat Cambridge Rindge & Latin on Feb. 17, 52-50

6. Natick (16-4); beat Lowell on Feb. 20, 63-55

7. Franklin (14-6); lost to Springfield Central on Feb. 19, 58-45

8. Acton-Boxborough Regional (15-6); beat Doherty in Division 1 Central first round, 63-33

9. Bedford (18-4); beat Pentucket Regional on Feb. 17, 59-40

10. Bellingham (17-3); beat Holliston on Feb. 14, 68-35

Phil Perry can be reached at paperry27@gmail.com.
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