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Hingham boys’ basketball tops previously unbeaten Wareham

Thomas Koenen scored 16 points and Jack McBride scored 12 as the Hingham boys’ basketball team scored a 55-52 victory over host Wareham on Sunday.

The Harbormen (7-3) closed the game with a 10-1 run to stun previously unbeaten Wareham (7-1).

Canton 51, Norwood 43 — Junior Eric Mischler scored 20 points to lead the Bulldogs (4-6) to the nonleague win.

Malden Catholic 62, Cardinal Spellman 47 — Sophomore Tony Felder Jr. poured in 34 points, draining four 3-pointers, as the Lancers (6-2) continued their impressive start.

Marshfield 70, Duxbury 49 — With 11 players contributing at least a point, the host Rams (7-1) rolled to the victory. Mike Walsh had a team-high 14 points and Alex Spano finished with 11.


Saint Joseph Prep 73, Cohasset 67 — Mason Robertson scored a team-high 20 points and was followed by Darius Peterson’s 19 as the Phoenix (6-3) defeated the Skippers.

Snowden 48, Maimonides 45 — The Cougars (6-1) were led by sophomore Carlos Ortiz (24 points, 9 rebounds) and senior Javier Ellis (13 points, 12 rebounds) in their victory over Maimonides.

Boys’ swimming

Algonquin 89, Westborough 81 — The Tomahawks (6-1) were led by the efforts of junior Will Saulnier, who placed first in the 100 meter back stroke and second in the 100 meter fly.

Girls’ basketball

Canton 67, Brookline 38 — Kiara Cerruti (20 points) paced the Bulldogs (3-5) to the nonleague win. Sydney Gallery added 12 points and Fay Gallery recorded 11 points, 9 rebounds, and 4 assists.

Matignon 59, Weymouth 45 — Sophomore Olivia Found (19 points) led the Warriors (7-1) to the nonleague win and her sister, Emma, a senior co-captain, had 15, followed by junior Krista Lingley (11 points).

Girls’ hockey

Brookline 3, Marthas Vineyard 2 — Mei Davis scored a pair of goals and Caroline Davis made 19 saves in net for the Warriors at Walter Brown Arena.


Ursuline 3, Oakmont 0 — Three different goal scorers for the Bears (8-1) including senior Bridget Popkin, sophomore Emily McHugh and eighth grader Kayla Rice. Junior Lucy Reardon earned the shutout.

Girls’ swimming

Algonquin 97, Westborough 71 — The Tomahawks (7-0) were led by senior Angela Lin as she placed first in the 200 IM and the 100 breast. The senior relay team of Taylor Moore, Chloe Reeves-Patel, Jillian Trudo and Alexi Wong also placed 1st in their victory over Westborough.

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