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SPRINGFIELD Through the course of the postseason Putnam senior forward David Murrell was aware he was inching closer to an individual milestone.
According to the Boston Globe's Michael Vega, tonight's matchup between 14th-seeded Boston College and 11th-seeded Georgia Tech in the first round of the ACC Tournament may be Hanlan's last game in a BC uniform .
In the hallway leading up to the Hoosac Valley High School gymnasium is a beautiful mural celebrating the girls basketball team's Western Massachusetts Division II Tournament championship from 2013.
BOSTON Cardinal Spellman entered the Division 3 state semifinal at the TD Garden Tuesday knowing they had another "32 minutes for 21." Facing Watertown, the team late Cardinal #21 Joey Glynn had led them against in a 2011 state semifinal loss, Cardinal Spellman knew that the best tribute they could give him would be to never quit, no matter how big ... (more)
Camden Morrison scored 17 points and Millis High School dominated play from start to finish to defeat Quaboag Regional 52-30 in the girls Division IV state semi-finals at Clark University Tuesday.
But after Tuesday's 63-51 state Division I semifinal loss to Westford Academy, they kept their Central High School girls basketball team in the locker room for some time.
SPRINGFIELD The first half of Tuesday night's Division II state girls basketball semifinal between Longmeadow and Nashoba was an evenly matched, hard fought, back-and-forth game between two of the top D-II programs in Massachusetts.
"The future is bright for Longmeadow basketball," Longmeadow High School boys basketball coach Pat Murphy said following the Lancers' 65-55 loss to Concord-Carlisle in the Division II state semifinals Tuesday night.
Following Sabis International Charter School's Division III state semifinals loss to Tyngsborough Tuesday afternoon at the MassMutual Center, Sabis coach John Williams gathered his senior class together to tell them how much they meant to him and to the program.
The clock finally stuck midnight on Archbishop Williams' girls basketball, as the once .500 team that surprised their way through the Div.
After winning the program's first-ever Western Massachusetts championship in 2013, Hoosac - then Division II - was eliminated in the state semifinals by Nashoba Regional.
In the final game of Monday's MIAA basketball semifinal action, Central Catholic took down Catholic Memorial, 79-66, to advance to the Division 1 state championship.
The St. Clement point guard scored 22 points and set the tempo for the Anchormen's 56-44 boys basketball victory over Bishop Connolly in the Division 4 state semifinals Monday at the TD Garden.
The Cougars finished the 2012-2013 regular season 18-2, then lost a heartbreaker in the Central Mass.
Is was a jam-packed weekend of high school basketball at the Curry Hicks Cage as Western Mass titles were decided for boys and girls teams from Division I to Division IV.