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Roundup: Amanda Conway breaks girls’ hockey scoring record

With five goals Wednesday, Tewksbury/Methuen’s Amanda Conway set the MIAA single-season mark for goals scored in a girls’ hockey season.

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With five goals Wednesday, Tewksbury/Methuen’s Amanda Conway set the MIAA single-season mark for goals scored in a girls’ hockey season.

Amanda Conway and the Tewksbury/Methuen girls’ hockey team skated not only into the postseason with their 7-3 victory over Wayland/Weston, but into the record books, too.

Conway, a junior forward, scored five goals to give her 60 on the season — a Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association girls’ record, according to stats kept by masshshockey.com. The previous record was Andrea Ciarletta’s mark of 56 for Watertown/Melrose in 2002-03.

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“It’s amazing,” Conway said. “But I can only thank my team for being there for me.”

Conway’s record coincided with a significant team accomplishment: finishing a 12-0 season in Merrimack Valley/Dual County Small play. The only game in which Conway didn’t score was the only game the Red Rangers (18-1) lost — a 4-3 decision to Gardner/St. Bernard’s Jan. 29.

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“That goes to show how important she is,” said coach Arianna Rigano. “Obviously, we’re a team, and a lot of goals she’s scored wouldn’t have happened without the other girls on the ice. But also a lot of time she’s able to take it up the ice on her own, unassisted.”

Beverly/Danvers 7, Chelmsford 2 — Senior forwards Nicole Kamens and Rachel Trocchi each scored two goals to power the Panthers (16-2-2).

Boys’ hockey

Bishop Feehan 8, Martha’s Vineyard 0 — Junior Jack Hanson scored four goals and sophomore Mike Capprini recorded the shutout.

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Canton 3, Lincoln-Sudbury 2 — Senior Kevin O'Brien, sophomore Matt Lazaro, and junior Brian Hagan scored for the host Bulldogs.

Boys’ basketball

Rivers 56, Groton 24 — Freshman Azar Swain scored 12 points and classmate Jermaine Samuels had 11 points as the Red Wings (19-4, 14-0) clinched the ISL for the first time in 23 years.

Quincy 66, Milton 62 — Junior Drew Myers scored 18 points for the Presidents to garner Moscardelli Tournament MVP honors, while classmate J.T. Bain added 16.

North Quincy 63, Wareham 62 — Senior captain Efthim Butka sank two free throws with 6.2 seconds left to lift the Red Raiders.

Girls’ basketball

Plymouth South 57, Weymouth 41 — Senior Christina Jaros scored 23 points and had 15 rebounds for the Panthers. Sophomore Maddie Norris added 17 points.

Walpole 59, Falmouth 37 — Senior Elizabeth Ryan had 12 points for the Rebels.

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