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Vinnie Pasquarosa celebrates 16th birthday in style with winning goal for Franklin boys’ hockey in OT nonleague win vs. Archbishop Williams

Pasquarosa fired a game-winning snipe to the top left corner of the net, fueling a 4-3 nonleague win for the 11th-ranked Panthers at Pirelli Veterans Arena. 23 minutes ago

BC 62, Clemson 54

Boston College tops No. 20 Clemson in men’s college basketball, holding Tigers to one field goal in final 13:16

The only Clemson field goal made in the final 13:18 came with 18 seconds left. 29 minutes ago

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: BROOKLINE 56, FRAMINGHAM 44

Brookline’s Geanna Bryant has a career night in Bay State Conference girls’ basketball road win at Framingham

Bryant went off for a career-high 31 points, including eight makes from 3-point range, in a 56-44 victory for the Warriors (9-3 overall, 6-3 Bay State) over the host Flyers (10-6, 6-3). 43 minutes ago

High schools

Boys’ basketball roundup: Tristan Rodrigues (18 points) leads fifth-ranked Archbishop Williams in nonleague win over Latin Academy

Check out the latest high school boys' basketball scores, news, and highlights from The Boston Globe. 45 minutes ago

High schools

Girls’ basketball roundup: North Andover’s Hannah Martin hits a grand scoring milestone in Merrimack Valley win over Haverhill

Check out the latest high school girls' basketball scores, news, and highlights from The Boston Globe. 45 minutes ago

Red Sox

Matt Barnes didn’t expect to leave the Red Sox, but he’s ready for a fresh start in Miami

“I’m incredibly thankful for everything that they’ve given me and the opportunities that they’ve given me,” Barnes said. “We did a lot of really, really good things in that city.” 2 hours ago

NFL

Why BC receiver Zay Flowers’s NFL draft stock continues to rise, with many feeling he’ll be picked in the first round

Flowers used an additional college season to hone two areas of his game: competitive catches and blocking.

CELTICS

‘We’re just extremely proud’: Celtics’ Joe Mazzulla’s All-Star nod is big news for those around him, even if the coach is staying stoic

Asked Tuesday morning what it meant to him to coach an All-Star team, Mazzulla's face remained straighter than a free-throw line. "Nothing,” he deadpanned.