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2014 Varsity Basketball Team 2015



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Results/Records
Varsity 1 - 1
OCL

B-R 68 - Brockton 85
B-R 52 - Norwell 47

JV 1 - 1
B-R 50 - Brockton 56
B-R 44 - Norwell 27

Freshmen 1 - 1 0 - 1
B-R 56 - Brockton 63
B-R 50 - Norwell 37

Game Notes 2014 - 2015 Season
12/16 Varsity vs Norwell:
Stephen Kulka of Norwell led all scorers with 22. Terell Williams led B-R with 13 points. Nick Demos (10), Marcus Santos-Silva (8), Alex Batista (7), Doug Alves (5), Matt Demos (3), Andrew Rubenskas (2), Griffin Perry (2), and Mike Manning (2) all scored for B-R. JV: After a slow start by B-R. The group of Jarad Howard, James Teehan, Jared Murphy, John Tesson, and Phil Noonan picked up full court man and ignited a 14 to 2 run for B-R and closed out the game. Carter Peterson lead all scorers with 11 followed by Dillon Walton with 10. A very good defensive game played by B-R. Freshmen: The freshman boys basketball team broke into the win column with a victory over Norwell. The Trojans struggled against the pesky Clippers who kept the game closer than expected. Numerous turnovers and missed shots once again plagued the Trojans offense. Fortunately the points off of the press proved to be the difference. Big three pointers by Sam Brown and Rob Wallace ( 9 points ) aided the cause. Dom Bell led all scorers with 13 along with Corey Sullivan's 10.
12/13 Varsity vs Brockton:
The Trojans suffered a tough loss in the season opener at home to the long, athletic Boxers 68-85. B-R fought back from down as much as 24 to close the gap to only 8 points midway through the 4th quarter, but key 3-point shots by Brockton kept the lead from shrinking any lower. Terell Williams led all scorers with 24 points, and Freshman Alex Batista added 16. Senior Nick Demos made some big plays during the 4th quarter rally. Sophmore Griffin Perry and Junior Cam Whitman played well for the Trojans off the bench. JV: Saturdays game verse Brockton was a well played game by the JV Boys basketball team. It was a 2 point game throughout three and a half quarters. Some costly turnovers towards the end of the Fourth quarter was the deciding factor in this game. Carter Peterson played a strong game as the floor general. Dillon Walton lead all scorers with 21 points, followed by James Teehan with 10 points. John Tesson had a strong game rebounding. Freshmen: The freshman boys basket ball team opened the 2014-2015 campaign with tough luck loss to Brockton. After trailing as much as 17 in the second quarter, the Trojans made a run to cut the lead down to 12 at the half. Going into the 4th quarter trailing by 8, the Trojans made a run to cut it to 1 with just few minutes to go. Unfortunately the team came up short with the numerous opportunities to take the lead. Robbie Wallace led all scorers with 17 points. Anthony Fernandes scored 12 and Dominic Bell scored 8. Christian Casey (5 points) Corey Sullivan (4 points) Mike Wilder (4 points) rounded out the scoring.

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