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Saturday Jan 24 | via Boston Herald
Whittier , in Division 4, rolled into the weekend with signature wins on its resume against top Div.1 programs North Andover and Holy Name . For the 'Cats, playing the best is the only way to become the best. Comment?
Saturday Jan 24 | via Lowell Sun
Junior point guard Keith Brown scored 25 points while leading Pelham past Monadnock, 74-30, in a New Hampshire Division 3 boys basketball game. Brown, who scored 23 of his points in the first half, is only 10 points shy of reaching the 1,000 point plateau in scoring for his varsity career. Comment?
Thursday Jan 22 | via Barnstable Patriot
Phil Garceau photo - Barnstable's Callie Rogorzenski snags the puck away from an Arlington Catholic foe during game play Jan. 17 in Hyannis. At the Red Raider practices leading up to their showdown with Arlington Catholic, Barnstable girls varsity ice hockey head coach Peter Nugnes attached to the glass the latest rankings and polls of the top teams in the state. Comment?
Sunday Jan 18 | via Cape Cod Times
After dominating their rivals in the opening game on Saturday, Martha's Vineyard clamped down defensively against Quincy/North Quincy en route to a 1-0 win on Sunday to come out on top of the Nan Rheault Tournament for the first time in its 14 year existence. The Vineyarders used a 9-3 win over Scituate on Saturday to earn themselves a spot in Sunday's championship. Comment?
Saturday Jan 17 | via Patch.com
Arlington High Basketball Teams Proudly Announce the Launch of Spy Ponders Go Purple! The Herren Project: Project Purple Anti-Substance Campaign on Jan 23, 2015 The Arlington High School Boys and Girl's Basketball teams will join schools and community groups across the United States by "Going Purple" at their January 23rd home games. Arlington teams are honoring Chris Herren's project initiative: Project Purple, a national anti-substance abuse awareness program. Comment?
Saturday Jan 17 | via Cape Cod Times
HYANNIS – Barnstable and Arlington Catholic, both among the top five girls high school hockey teams in Div. 1, each feature two solid defenses. Comment?
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