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B-R 71 - Plymouth South 45
B-R 37 - East Bridgewater 29
B-R 42 - Marshfield 56
B-R 31 - Brockton 64
B-R 61 - Weymouth 59
B-R 50 - Quincy 57
B-R 51 - Plymouth South 33
B-R 59 - Dartmouth 41
B-R 49 - Barnstable 35
B-R 46 - Silver Lake 51
B-R 33 - Whitman/Hanson 51

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B-R 47 - Plymouth S.11
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B-R 46 - Marshfield 45
B-R 54 - Brockton 41
B-R 51 - Plymouth South 22
B-R 47 - Dartmouth 36
B-R 56 - Barnstable 20
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B-R 61 - Durfee 31
B-R 40 - St Mary's (Lynn) 20

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B-R 35 - East Bridgewater 40
B-R 41 - Marshfield 35
B-R 53 - Brockton 23
B-R 37 - Bourne 31
B-R 37 - New Bedford 27
B-R 40 - Gr New Bedford Voc 28
B-R 49 - Bourne 23



Game Notes 2014 - 2015 Season
1/31 Varsity vs St. Mary's (Lynn): JV: LYNN, Mass. -- Freshman Shannon Lynch scored 13 points, grabbed eight rebounds and recorded four steals to lead Bridgewater-Raynham to a 40-20 non-league victory over St. Mary’s (Lynn) Saturday afternoon at Tony Conigliaro Gymnasium.
The visiting Trojans, who remain unbeaten in improving to 12-0 on the season, overcame a slow shooting start to build an 18-11 advantage at the break, as Lynch netted 11 of her points in the opening 16 minutes of play. B-R extended that margin to nine points on three occasions in the early stages after intermission before taking a 13-point lead (31-18) into the final frame, as the visitors forced the host Spartans to miss 23 of their 25 second half field goal attempts and used a 9-2 fourth quarter run to ice their triumph. Sophomore Maria Savignano connected on all three of her field goal attempts in adding seven points in the victory for the Trojans, who also received four points from fellow sophomore Katie Chute. Seven additional B-R players got into the scoring column on the day, as sophomores Cassie Wells and Danielle Wabrek combined for 17 rebounds and six steals while sophomore Caroline George added four boards, three steals and pair of assists. The visitors held St. Mary’s to a 5-of-45 (11.1 percent) shooting effort and forced 24 turnovers for the contest while holding a 51-33 edge on the glass.
1/23 Varsity vs Durfee:
JV: BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Junior Aimee Sullivan scored a season-high 15 points while recording four assists and four steals as all 10 of Bridgewater-Raynham’s dressed players scored at least one basket in a 61-31 non-league victory over Durfee Friday afternoon at Monti Gymnasium.
The host Trojans, who remained unbeaten in improving to 11-0 on the year with the triumph, raced out to a 23-5 lead in the opening five-plus minutes of play and shot 53 percent from the field overall in building a 42-16 cushion at the break. B-R extended that margin to as many as 31 points in the final 16 minutes of action, as junior Jessica Towne and freshman Shannon Lynch each added 11 points to join Sullivan in double figures for the hosts. Sophomore Cassie Wells collected eight points and a game-high 11 rebounds for the Trojans, who also received four points each from sophomores Katie Chute and Lexie Rosario. Sophomore Danielle Wabrek grabbed 10 boards for the winners, who also received eight caroms from Towne as well as three assists each from sophomores Caroline George and Maria Savignano. Towne added eight rebounds for B-R, which received a bucket and two boards from sophomore Kailen Heath. The Trojans forced 25 turnovers by the visiting Hilltoppers and held a 45-30 edge on the glass for the contest.
1/21 Varsity vs Whitman/Hanson:
At half time the Trojans were down by one but their efforts in the second half was not enough to stop the Panthers. Senior Emily Kenneally led the team with 12 points. JV: WHITMAN, Mass. -- Freshman Shannon Lynch scored a career-high 17 points, including four three-pointers, and grabbed six rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham shot 50 percent from the field in the second half to notch a 54-42 non-league victory over Whitman-Hanson Wednesday afternoon at Panther Gymnasium.
The visiting Trojans, who remain unbeaten at 10-0 on the season, trailed by 11 points (21-10) midway through the second quarter before whittling that margin to seven (22-15) at the break, as B-R connected on just five of 45 attempts from the floor in the opening 16 minutes of play. The host Panthers maintained a five-point lead (26-21) early in the third quarter before the Trojans used a 14-7 run to end the frame and take a 35-33 edge into the fourth stanza on a jumper by sophomore Katie Chute, and after the game was tied at 39 with 6:43 remaining, B-R scored 15 of the game’s final 18 points (including nine by Lynch) to pull away with the triumph. Junior Jessica Towne joined Lynch in double figures with 16 points (including eight that helped spark the third quarter run) and eight rebounds for the visitors, who also received six points and a game-high 11 rebounds from sophomore Cassie Wells. Chute chipped in with five points for the Trojans, who also received four points each from sophomores Kailen Heath and Maria Savignano. Sophomore Danielle Wabrek grabbed nine boards on the day for B-R, which received a combined nine steals from Lynch, Towne and junior Aimee Sullivan. The Trojans connected on 13-of-26 field goal attempts after intermission and forced 17 Panther turnovers in the second half of action.
1/19 Varsity vs Silver Lake:
The BR girls suffered a tough loss against the Lakers on Monday. Despite the loss, Sophomore Kelly Page had a game high of 17 points. Junior Elise McGovern and Senior Barbara Odiah each had 8 points.JV: BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Juniors Jessica Towne and Aimee Sullivan combined for nearly two-thirds of Bridgewater-Raynham’s total scoring output as the Trojans overcame their poorest shooting effort of the season by limiting Silver Lake to 11 second half points in posting a 33-30 non-league victory over the Lakers Monday afternoon at Monti Gymnasium.
B-R, which remained unbeaten at 9-0 on the year, shot just 18 percent from the floor and committed 15 turnovers in the opening half of action to trail by eight (19-11) at intermission, but the Trojans outscored Silver Lake by a 13-4 margin in the third quarter to take a one-point edge (24-23) into the final eight minutes of play, with Sullivan collecting six of those points. Towne ignited a 9-0 run by the hosts with seven points in the first 3:54 of the fourth stanza to stake B-R to its largest lead (33-23) with just over four minutes remaining, and the Trojans survived a final late 6-0 run by the Lakers in less than two minutes by taking nearly a full minute off the game clock with two possessions on offensive rebounds by freshman Shannon Lynch to escape with the triumph. Towne registered a near double-double with 11 points, nine rebounds and six steals in the win for B-R, while Sullivan added 10 points and five steals for the Trojans, who forced 19 Silver Lake turnovers in the second half alone. Lynch chipped in with six points and seven rebounds for the winners, who also received four points from sophomore Kailen Heath and a game-high 10 rebounds from sophomore Cassie Wells. Fellow sophomore Caroline George helped spark the hosts’ second half run with a pair of assists and three steals that led to a pair of fast-break baskets in the third quarter.
1/16 Varsity vs Brockton:
JV: RIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Junior Jessica Towne scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham used a 21-5 third quarter run to notch a 50-33 non-league victory over Brockton Friday afternoon at Monti Gymnasium.
After scoring the game’s opening eight points, the host Trojans (8-0) found themselves down five midway through the second quarter after the visiting Boxers used a 19-6 run to take a 19-14 advantage. B-R then scored eight of the final 10 points of the half, including four each from sophomore Kailen Heath and freshman Shannon Lynch, to take a 22-21 edge at the break, and after the teams traded buckets in the opening minute after intermission, the Trojans scored 12 straight as part of a 19-3 run over a 7:02 stretch to take a 43-26 lead into the final period of play and remain unbeaten on the season. Lynch joined Towne in double figures with 10 points for the hosts, who also received nine points and six rebounds from Heath. Sophomore Morgan Freiday chipped in with a near double-double effort of nine points and 15 boards for B-R, which also received nine caroms from sophomore Cassie Wells. The Trojans converted 10 offensive rebounds into eight second chance points and forced 22 turnovers in completing a season-sweep of Brockton.
1/13 Varsity vs Barnstable: HYANNIS, Mass. -- Senior Emily Kenneally scored 11 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham overcame a slow shooting start to post a 49-35 Old Colony League victory over Barnstable Tuesday evening at BHS Gymnasium.
Kenneally scored eight points during a second quarter run that helped the visiting Trojans (6-3, 2-0 OCL) turn a six-point deficit (11-5) into a two-point edge (20-18) at the break, and B-R used an 18-8 scoring surge in the third stanza to take control of the contest (38-26) heading into the final eight minutes of action. Juniors Elise McGovern and Megan Shaughnessy combined for 14 of the visitors’ 18 points in the decisive frame for the Trojans, who shot 40 percent from the field over the last three quarters after connecting on just two of their first 16 attempts from the floor. Shaughnessy added 10 points and a career-high 17 rebounds in the triumph for B-R, while McGovern chipped in with 10 points for the winners. Senior Barbara Odiah collected eight points and seven boards for the Trojans, who also received five points from sophomore Kelly Page and four assists from senior Sophie Perez in extending their winning streak to three straight and finishing a month-long road trip with five victories in eight outings. B-R outrebounded the host Red Raiders (4-6, 0-1 OCL) by a 58-43 margin on the night and converted 20 Barnstable turnovers into 11 points. JV: HYANNIS, Mass. -- Junior Aimee Sullivan and sophomore Maria Savignano each scored nine points to lead Bridgewater-Raynham to a 56-20 Old Colony League victory over Barnstable Tuesday afternoon at BHS Gymnasium. The visiting Trojans (7-0, 2-0 OCL) led by seven (13-6) after the opening eight minutes of play before the host Red Raiders closed to with three points early in the second stanza, but B-R used a 15-1 run over the final 6:47 of the half to build a 28-11 advantage at the break. The Trojans held Barnstable to just four second half field goals and outscored the hosts by a 28-9 margin after intermission, sealing their triumph with a 16-4 fourth quarter run to remain unbeaten on the season. Junior Jessica Towne added seven points and six steals in the triumph for B-R, which also received six points and four rebounds each from sophomores Cassie Wells and Sara Beauvais. Sophomore Danielle Wabrek chipped in with five points and a game-high 11 boards for the Trojans, who also received four points from sophomore Lexie Rosario and eight rebounds from sophomore Morgan Freiday. Sophomore Kailen Heath chipped in with seven caroms and four assists for the visitors, who forced 27 Red Raider turnovers on the afternoon.
1/9/ Varsity vs Dartmouth:
BR gets their first OCL win of the season against Dartmouth. Elise McGovern led with 15 points, Barbara Odiah and Sophia Perez both hit 12 and Sophomore Kelly page chips in with 10.JV:  DARTMOUTH, Mass. -- Sophomore Morgan Freiday notched a double-double effort of 12 points and 16 rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham used an 18-7 scoring outburst in the final quarter of play to notch a 47-36 Old Colony League victory over Dartmouth Friday evening at the Carlin Lynch Center. The visiting Trojans (6-0, 1-0 OCL) broke a 29-29 deadlock after 24 minutes of action thanks in large part to Freiday, who scored 10 points in the fourth stanza to spark the run. B-R overcame a sluggish start and foul trouble to erase a one-point first quarter deficit and lead by six (18-12) at the break, and the visitors extended that margin to nine before the host Indians used a 17-8 run over the final 4:48 of the third frame to even matters, setting up Freiday’s heroics that kept the Trojans unbeaten. Freshman Shannon Lynch joined Freiday in double figures with 10 points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals for B-R, which also received eight points, eight boards and three steals from sophomore Cassie Wells. Juniors Jessica Towne and Aimee Sullivan combined for nine points for the winners, who also received four points and four rebounds from sophomore Caroline George. Sophomores Katie Chute and Maria Savignano combined for seven assists for the Trojans, who outrebounded Dartmouth by a 45-32 margin for the contest.
1/6 Freshmen vs Bourne:
The girls' freshman basketball team built up a 30 - 5 halftime lead and cruised to a 49- 23 victory over Bourne High School. After an opening day loss to East Bridgewater the freshman have won six in a row and will meet a very good Dartmouth team on Friday at Dartmouth.
1/3/15 Varsity vs Plymouth South:
It was a team win for the Trojans against the Panthers. Barbara Odiah had 12 points, Elise McGovern had 11 and Sophia Perez had 9. Sophomore Ashley Rose had a huge defensive game, shutting down the Panthers best shooter. JV: PLYMOUTH, Mass. -- Sophomore Morgan Freiday scored 11 points and grabbed five rebounds to lead Bridgewater-Raynham to a 51-22 non-league victory over Plymouth South Saturday afternoon at PSHS Gymnasium. The visiting Trojans (5-0) overcame some early rust following a 15-day layoff to build a six point advantage (16-10) after the opening eight minutes of play, and B-R extended that edge to 12 (25-13) at intermission before breaking things open with a 15-4 third quarter run. The Trojans led by as many as 31 in the final stanza in completing a season sweep of the host Panthers.
Freshman Shannon Lynch added nine points and seven rebounds in the triumph for B-R, which also received six points, three assists and three steals from sophomore Katie Chute. Junior Aimee Sullivan added five points and four boards for the winners, who also received four points and five steals from sophomore Caroline George to go with four assists and three steals from fellow sophomore Maria Savignano. Sophomores Cassie Wells and Kailen Heath combined for nine rebounds for the Trojans, who forced 26 Plymouth South turnovers for the contest.
12/30 Varsity vs Quincy:
Even though they out scored the Presidents in the second half, the Trojans came up short in a tough loss. Junior Elise McGovern had 16 points, Senior Barbara Odiah had 10, Emily Kennally with 8. Rachel Fernandes with 10 rebounds and Sophia Perez hit back to back threes in a crucial point in the game.
12/29 Varsity vs Weymouth:
Barbara Odiah had a career high of 20 points in the Trojans wins against Weymouth in Over Time during the Quincy Holiday Tournament. Junior Elise McGovern had 15 points and Emily Kennally had 11.
12/19 Varsity vs Brockton:
The Trojans faced a tough loss against a very talented Brockton team. In the loss the Trojans were led by their seniors, Emily Kenneally with 8 points, Barbara Odiah with 7 and Rachel Fernandes pulling down 10 rebounds. JV: BROCKTON, Mass. -- Junior Jessica Towne scored 10 points and grabbed six rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham overcame a pair of eight point first half deficits to post a 54-41 non-league victory over Brockton Friday evening at Staff Gymnasium.
The visiting Trojans (4-0) spotted the host Boxers eight quick points after tip-off and trailed 17-9 midway through the second quarter before ending the half on a 12-6 run to trail by just a bucket (23-21) at the break. Brockton opened up a five point lead (28-23) three minutes after intermission before B-R used a 14-6 run over the final 4:37 of the frame to take a 37-34 advantage into the final stanza, and the visitors outscored by hosts by a 17-7 margin in the final quarter to run their winning streak to 20 straight, a mark that dates back to December 17th of last year. Freshman Shannon Lynch added nine points and six steals in the triumph for the Trojans, who also received eight points and eight rebounds from sophomore Morgan Freiday to go with six points each from sophomores Katie Chute and Cassie Wells. Junior Aimee Sullivan added five points and three assists for B-R, which received four points each and a combined 12 rebounds from sophomores Kailen Heath and Danielle Wabrek.
12/18 Varsity vs Marshfield:
The Trojans had their first loss of the season against the Rams. Senior Barbara Odiah had 10 points, Emily Kenneally and Kelly Page chipped in with 7 points each. JV: MARSHFIELD, Mass. -- Junior Jessica Towne scored a career-high 21 points, including the go-ahead bucket with just over a minute and a half remaining, to lift Bridgewater-Raynham to a 46-45 non-league victory over Marshfield Thursday evening at the Marshfield Middle School.
The visiting Trojans (3-0) trailed by three (25-22) at the break before battling back to take a pair of four point advantages in the final 12 minutes of action, as Towne scored 12 second half points to spark Bridgewater-Raynham’s rally. The host Rams pulled ahead with two minutes remaining on a pair of free throws to set up Towne’s heroics, as the visitors held off a pair of Marshfield shot attempts over the final 30 seconds to escape with the win. Junior Aimee Sullivan added nine points and four assists in the triumph for B-R, which also received five points and eight rebounds from sophomore Morgan Freiday. Sophomore Cassie Wells added four points and four caroms for the Trojans, who received a combined six points and 10 boards from sophomores Danielle Wabrek and Mikayla Seavey.
12/15 Varsity vs East Bridgewater:
The Lady Trojans had a slow start but pulled off the win, 37 - 29, against the East Bridgewater Vikings. Junior Elise McGovern led with 13 points, Seniors Emily Kenneally and Barbara Odiah each had 7 with Odiah pulling down 12 rebounds. The Trojans head to Marshfield to face the Rams Thursday. JV: EAST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Sophomore Katie Chute scored 12 points as Bridgewater-Raynham used a stifling defensive effort to post a 67-23 non-league victory over East Bridgewater Monday evening at EBHS Gymnasium.
...The visiting Trojans (2-0) trailed by six (10-4) just four minutes into the contest before holding the host Vikings (0-1) without a field goal for the next 16-plus minutes of play, as B-R turned that early deficit into a 34-13 advantage at the break and extended that margin to 32 (51-23) after three quarters of action....Junior Jessica Towne and sophomore Danielle Wabrek each added nine points in the triumph for the Trojans, who also received eight points from sophomore Sara Beauvais as well as seven points from freshman Shannon Lynch. Wabrek and fellow sophomore Mikayla Seavey combined for 15 rebounds for B-R, which received six steals each from Chute and sophomore Cassie Wells....Junior Aimee Sullivan, along with sophomores Morgan Freiday and Kailen Heath, added four points each for the visitors, who converted 42 East Bridgewater turnovers into 28 points in overcoming a sluggish shooting performance from the field, as the Trojans held a commanding 64-41 advantage on the glass.
12/13 Varsity vs Plymouth South:
Trojans opened the season with a win against Plymouth South scoring 71 points and holding the Panthers to 45. Junior Elise McGovern led with 19 points hitting 5 three pointers. Sophomore Kelly Page had 12 points and Senior Emily Kenneally had 11 points. JV: BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Sophomore Morgan Freiday scored eight points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Bridgewater-Raynham to a season-opening 47-11 non-league victory over Plymouth South Friday afternoon at Monti Gymnasium. The host Trojans opened up a 13-point (17-4) first quarter lead en route to a 32-6 advantage at the break, as sophomore Katie Chute matched Freiday’s scoring output with eight points of her own. B-R led by as many as 40 points in the closing minutes of play and collected 16 points off of 32 turnovers committed by the visiting Panthers. Junior Jessica Towne and sophomore Lexie Rosario each added seven points for the Trojans, who received six points from junior Aimee Sullivan as well as five points and seven boards from freshman Shannon Lynch. Sophomore Cassie Wells added eight rebounds for the winners, who also received five caroms each from sophomores Mikayla Seavey and Danielle Wabrek. Sophomores Maria Savignano and Caroline George combined for six assists for B-R, which held a commanding 58-31 rebounding advantage for the contest.