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Thursday’s high school roundup/scores: Chloe Azoff nets 23 points, powers Dennis-Yarmouth past Hull



Girls basketball

Chloe Azoff kept her scoring pace, dialed up 23 points for Dennis-Yarmouth (11-4) as part of a 51-20 nonleague win over Hull. … With 24 points for Peabody (11-5) in a 48-35 win over Waltham, Logan Lomasney pulled within nine points of 1,000 on her career.

Mariah Lorenzo drained four 3-pointers on the way to 18 points, leading Greater Lowell (6-10) over Whittier 54-35 in Commonwealth Athletic Conference play.

Behind a 31-point, 10-rebound double-double from Jai’Reona Brown Carter, Brighton rolled to a 51-8 Boston City League win over East Boston.

Kailey Sullivan led the way with 22 points, Addie Ruter had 19 points and Camryn Collins added 16 more to power Foxboro (16-1) to a 96-48 win over Stoughton in Hockomock League action.

As part of a second-half explosion, Grace Harres energized Hamilton-Wenham (11-7) with 15 points and six steals en route to a 53-23 Cape Ann League win against Amesbury. … Sophie Gallivan controlled the paint (10 points, 10 rebounds) and Bella Cannalonga led scoring (13 points) for North Reading (11-5) to top Newburyport, 47-28. … Senior Gabby Bellacqua notched 18 points for Pentucket as it secured the league title in a 39-25 win over Triton.

Boys basketball

Brady Martin caught fire for a school-record 46 points, fueling Billerica (6-9) to a 69-63 nonleague win over Tyngsboro. … Ido Geffen scored 14 points and Owen Williams added 12 points as Wayland defeated Innovation, 64-46.

Cade Furse (14 points) and Graham Lewis (13 points) each cracked double-digits to help Manchester-Essex remain unbeaten (16-0), fueling a 60-41 Cape Ann League win over Georgetown.

In Greater Boston League play, Marvin Avery erupted for 24 points and Rolky Brea Arias had a double-double (12 points, 13 rebounds) as Lynn Classical defeated Chelsea, 53-47.

Scores

Boys basketball

BC High 78, Chelmsford 60

Billerica 69, Tyngsboro 63

Burke 68, Charlestown 65

Carver 54, Calvary Chapel 40

Danvers 75, Saugus 62

English 60, Brighton 25

Lowell Catholic 64, KIPP 55

Lynn Classical 53, Chelsea 57

Lynnfield 58, Essex Tech 18

Madison Park 39, Boston United 38

Manch. Essex 60, Georgetown 41

Muniz 66, Lowell Charter 47

Newburyport 86, North Reading 47

New Mission 81, Southeastern 54

Newton South 71, Waltham 69 (ot)

Northeast 53, Stoneham 45

Oliver Ames 75, Canton 50

Rockport 75, Ipswich 74

Triton 53, Pentucket 30

Wayland 64, Innovation 46

Girls basketball

Brighton 51, East Boston 8

Dennis-Yarmouth 51, Hull 20

East Bridgewater 60, Mashpee 22

Foxboro 96, Stoughton 48

Georgetown 47, Manch. Essex 40

Greater Lowell 54, Whittier 35

Hamilton-Wen. 53, Amesbury 23

Lynn Classical 46, Chelsea 18

Lynnfield 45, Essex Tech 42 (ot)

Lynn Tech 55, Pioneer 19

Malden 59, Lynn English 41

Neighborhood House 64, BCLA/McCormack 24

No. Reading 47, Newburyport 28

Peabody 48, Waltham 34

Pentucket 39, Triton 25

Saugus 50, Danvers 40

Seekonk 41, W. Bridgewater 38

Boys hockey

Shawsheen 7, Minuteman 0

Girls hockey

Andover 2, Billerica/Chelms. 2

Burlington, 2, Belm./Watertown 0

Hingham 6, Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake 2

Boys track

Boston City League championships: O’Bryant 91; Latin Academy 74; Tech Boston 64; Snowden 40; Brighton 27; Charlestown 26; Boston International 17; East Boston 14; New Mission 13; Boston United 5; Madison Park 1

Catholic Central League championships: Cardinal Spellman 104; St. Mary’s 59; Archbishop Williams 55; Bishop Fenwick 26; Arlington Catholic 4

Girls track

Boston City League championships: Latin Academy 158; O’Bryant 101; East Boston 24; Boston United 22; Brighton 18; Snowden 14; Boston International 7; Tech Boston 6; New Mission 4; Charlestown 4

Catholic Central League championships: Archbishop Williams 93; Cardinal Spellman 89; Bishop Fenwick 43.5; Ursuline Academy 38; Arlington Catholic 37.5; St. Mary’s (L) 37; Fontbonne Academy 22; Malden Catholic 12

 

 


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