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2013 Varsity Team 2014
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|Game Notes 2013 - 2014 Season
2/15 Varsity vs Silver Lake: JV: Junior Haley Powers scored 11 points and recorded five steals as Bridgewater-Raynham overcame a pair of second half deficits to close out its 2013-14 season with a 43-37 non-league victory over Silver Lake Saturday afternoon at BRRHS. Playing their third game in a 42-hour span, the host Trojans trailed by a 19-17 margin at the break before scoring seven of the first nine points after intermission to take a 26-21 lead with 4:16 remaining in the third quarter. The visiting Lakers ran off eight of the ensuing nine points to take a 29-27 edge into the final frame, and the two teams swapped the lead on three occasions before a Powers lay-in with 4:48 to play gave Bridgewater-Raynham the lead for good at 37-35. Buckets by sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy and freshman Kelly Page, as well as a pair of Powers free throws, iced the Trojans’ season-ending triumph, as B-R finished the campaign at 17-1 overall with its 16th straight victory in a streak that dates back to December 19th. Page added eight points and six rebounds in the win for Bridgewater-Raynham, which also received five points, a game-high 15 rebounds and four assists from Shaughnessy. Junior Kerri-Ann Gordon, along with sophomores Aimee Sullivan and Cierra Sheerin, chipped in with four points each for the Trojans, who also received four rebounds each from sophomore Jessica Towne and freshman Ashley Rose. Junior Sarah King, along with freshmen Devin Burns, Hailey King and Mikayla Seavey, combined for seven caroms for the contest, as the hosts completed a season-sweep of Silver Lake. After dropping its second game of the season at Whitman-Hanson on December 18th, B-R won its final 16 outings by an average margin of 23.8 points. As a team, the Trojans averaged 15.6 assists per game on the season and were a +7.9 in rebounding margin.
2/14 JV vs East Bridgewater: Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy scored 10 points and grabbed nine rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham claimed its 15th straight victory with a 47-34 non-league triumph over East Bridgewater Friday afternoon. The visiting Trojans (16-1) scored the first 12 points of the contest and held the host Vikings to a 25 percent shooting effort from the field in the opening 16 minutes of play to take a 24-12 advantage at the break, and after East Bridgewater closed back to within six early after intermission, Bridgewater-Raynham scored the final eight points of the third quarter to take its largest lead of the day (39-23) and collect its eighth road win in nine tries this season. Sophomore Cierra Sherrin added six points and four rebounds on the day for the Trojans, who also received six points, five assists and four boards from freshman Kelly Page as well as six points from freshman Hailey King. Junior Haley Powers scored five points and dished out three assists for B-R, which also received four points and six rebounds from freshman Devin Burns, four points from sophomore Jessica Towne and three points and four rebounds from junior Kerri-Ann Gordon. Bridgewater-Raynham amassed 17 assists on 21 made field goals while also recording 14 steals on the afternoon, as the visitors outrebounded the hosts by a 44-29 margin for the contest. Freshmen: the girls completed their undefeated season with 41 - 20 over East Bridgewater. Kudos to the BR girls freshman team for a fantastic finish to a fantastic season.
2/13 Varsity vs Marshfield: The Trojans led the Rams most of the game but foul trouble in the 4th quarter caused the Rams to inch ahead. Barbara Odiah led the team with 10 points and Elise McGovern had 8.The Trojans play their last home game one Saturday against Silver Lake. JV: Sophomore Cierra Sheerin scored nine points, grabbed four rebounds and recorded four steals as Bridgewater-Raynham used a solid defensive effort to run its winning streak to 14 straight with a 49-17 non-league victory over Marshfield Thursday afternoon at BRRHS. Junior Haley Powers added eight points in the triumph for the host Trojans (15-1), who held the visiting Rams scoreless in the opening quarter in building a 32-6 advantage at the break. Junior Kerri-Ann Gordon chipped in with seven points and four steals for the winners, who also received six points, six rebounds and five assists from freshman Kelly Page as well as six points and four boards from sophomore Jessica Towne. Freshman Devin Burns collected five points, four caroms and a pair of blocks for Bridgewater-Raynham, which also received four points from sophomore Aimee Sullivan and a bucket each from freshmen Hailey King and Ashley Rose. The Trojans held Marshfield to just one first half field goal and a four percent effort from the field in the opening 16 minutes of play in completing a season-sweep of the Rams, as B-R also received a combined 12 rebounds from junior Sarah King, sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy and freshman Mikayla Seavey.Freshmen: the girls came out on top in a hard fought battle with Marshfield winning 35 - 29. Cassie Wells led all scorers with 8 points.
2/11 Varsity vs Durfee: The Trojans had another tough loss against Durfee on Tuesday. Despite being down by 12 most of the game, the girls cut the lead to 4 points in the 4th quarter but it was not enough to stop the Hilltoppers. Emily Keanneally led the team with 14 points. Kasey Fries and Sophia Perez both chipped in with 9 points, each hitting 3 three pointers. Rachel Fernandes had an outstanding game on the boards, pulling down a career-high of 21 rebounds. JV: Freshman Kelly Page scored a season-high 17 points, dished out three assists and recorded four steals as Bridgewater-Raynham ran its winning streak to 13 straight with a 67-22 non-league victory over Durfee Tuesday afternoon at the BRRHS Gymnasium. Fellow freshman Ashley Rose was also in double figures for the host Trojans (14-1) with 10 points, as Bridgewater-Raynham raced out to a 35-12 halftime advantage in taking its second triumph in three days from the visiting Hilltoppers. Junior Haley Powers chipped in with eight points, five assists and four steals for B-R, which also received eight points and four steals from sophomore Cierra Sheerin. Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy collected six points and grabbed a game-high nine rebounds for the winners, who also received six points from fellow sophomore Jessica Towne.Sophomore Aimee Sullivan added five points and recorded six of the Trojans’ 32 steals on the day, while freshman Hailey King added a bucket to go with four rebounds and three assists. Junior Kerri-Ann Gordon netted a basket and a pair of boards for Bridgewater-Raynham, which also received a bucket, three blocks and four steals from freshman Mikayla Seavey as well as a free throw and two rebounds from junior Sarah King. Freshman Devin Burns hauled down four caroms for the hosts, who dished out 19 assists on 28 field goals and converted 20 offensive rebounds into 14 second chance points. The Trojans’ two highest scoring outputs this winter have come in the last two contests against Durfee, as B-R netted 62 points in Sunday’s win in Fall River. Freshmen: defeated Durfee46-14. Sara Beavauis and Morgan Freiday with 8 points apiece led the scorers. Danielle Wabreck chipped in with 7 and 10 rebounds.
2/9 Varsity vs Durfee: The BR girls had a close game on Sunday against the Hill Toppers. Only down by 1 at the half the girls worked hard but it was not enough to pull out with the win. Sophomore Elise McGovern led the Trojans with a personal career high of 19 points. Of her 19 points, 5 of them were three pointers. Sophia Perez had ten points hitting 6 out of 7 free throws. Emily Kenneally again was a huge presence adding 9 points and 11 rebounds. The Trojans will play Durfee again on Tuesday.JV: Sophomore Cierra Sheerin scored a season-high 11 points and grabbed five rebounds as all of Bridgewater-Raynham’s 11 dressed players got into the scoring column in a 62-32 non-league victory over Durfee Sunday afternoon. The visiting Trojans (13-1) broke open a three-point game midway through the opening stanza by scoring the final 10 points of the frame and 26 of the last 31 points of the half to take a 34-10 advantage at the break, and Bridgewater-Raynham iced its 12th straight triumph by scoring the opening 10 points after intermission in extending its lead to as many as 36 over the host Hilltoppers. Freshman Kelly Page added eight points, five rebounds and four assists on the day for B-R, which also received eight points and five boards from sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy. Junior Haley Powers added six points, four assists and four steals for the Trojans, who also received six points and nine caroms from freshman Devin Burns as well as six points and five rebounds from sophomore Aimee Sullivan. Sophomore Jessica Towne collected four points, eight rebounds and five steals for the winners, who also received four points, three assists and three boards from freshman Hailey King as well as four points and eight caroms from freshman Ashley Rose. Junior Kerri-Ann Gordon collected three points for Bridgewater-Raynham, which also received a bucket and two steals from freshman Mikayla Seavey in posting its highest scoring output of the season. The Trojans grabbed 54 rebounds (25 offensive) and recorded 22 steals in forcing 35 Durfee turnovers on the afternoon, as the two teams will meet again on Tuesday evening at BRRHS. Freshmen: traveled to Durfee where they were victorious by a 40-18 score. Morgan Frieday led all scorers with 8 points in the win. The final three games will be played on Tuesday vs Durfee at home, Marshfield on Thursday at home and the season will end at East Bridgewater on Friday Feb. 14 The freshman are doing very well this year and are currently 15-0.
2/8 Freshmen vs Silver Lake: the girls defeated Silver Lake at home by a 34 - 25 score in a hard fought win. Morgan Frieday led all scores with 15 points while Cassie Wells contributed 12.
2/7 Varsity vs Barnstable: BR clinched at least a share in the OCL title with their win against Barnstable on Friday. Sophomore Elise McGovern led the Trojans with 12 points. Emily Kenneally was a force in the game pulling down 18 rebounds and locking in 8 points. Captain Kasey Fries added 7 points in the win. Barbara Odiah had 10 rebounds, 9 blocks and 5 points. Rachel Fernandes pulled down 8 rebounds.JV: Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy scored eight points and grabbed 17 rebounds, while fellow sophomore Jessica Towne added eight points and six boards as Bridgewater-Raynham overcame a cold shooting night from the floor to notch a 39-24 Old Colony League victory over Barnstable Friday evening. The visiting Trojans (12-1, 4-0 OCL) overcame a 14 percent performance from the field in the opening 16 minutes of play to take a 20-8 advantage at the break, and after the host Red Raiders used an 8-1 third quarter run to close back to within six, a pair of three-pointers from freshmen Devin Burns and Kelly Page ended the threat and restored the visitors’ 12-point edge (28-16) edge heading into the final frame. Barnstable got back to within 10 on a pair of occasions in the fourth quarter, but a combined seven free throws by Page, Towne and sophomore Cierra Sheerin over the final 2:38 iced Bridgewater-Raynham’s 11th straight triumph. Page and Sheerin each added six points in the win for the Trojans, who also received five points from junior Kerri-Ann Gordon. Freshman Mikayla Seavey grabbed eight rebounds on the night for B-R, which also received six caroms each from Burns and freshman Ashley Rose as well as five boards from freshman Hailey King. Shaughnessy also dished out four assists for Bridgewater-Raynham, which also received four steals from sophomore Aimee Sullivan in holding Barnstable to an 11 percent shooting effort on the defensive side to complete a season-sweep of the hosts. Freshmen: defeated Barnstable freshman 64 - 27. Ali Daisy led all scorers with nine points. Danielle Wabrek an Cassie Wells both scored 8 points
2/3 Varsity vs Pembroke: The BR girls showed great team work and effort in their win against Pembroke. Sophomore Elise McGovern led the team with 14 points. Emily Kenneally was a force in the game grabbing 10 rebounds and earning 11 points. Sophia Perez had 8 points hitting 3 big foul shots in the 4th quarter. Barbara Odiah had 7 points, 13 rebounds and 3 blocks. Captain Kasey Fries also contributed with 7 points. JV: Freshman Mikayla Seavey netted a season-high 10 points and grabbed five rebounds as all 13 Bridgewater-Raynham players got into the scoring column in a 53-6 non-league victory over Pembroke Monday afternoon at BRRHS. The host Trojans (11-1) raced out to an 18-0 first quarter lead en route to a 32-3 advantage at the break in collecting their 10th straight triumph dating back to December 19th. After spotting the visiting Titans the first bucket after intermission, B-R scored 21 of the game’s final 22 points to complete a season-sweep of Pembroke.Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy added six points and a season-high 18 rebounds in the win for the hosts, who also received six points each from junior Haley Powers and sophomore Aimee Sullivan. Freshman Ashley Rose collected five points and seven boards for Bridgewater-Raynham, which also received four points each from sophomore Cierra Sheerin and freshman Devin Burns. Juniors Sarah King and Kerri-Ann Gordon, sophomore Jessica Towne and freshmen Cailey Sullivan, Hailey King and Kelly Page chipped in with two points each for the Trojans, who grabbed 65 total rebounds (36 offensive) and recorded 16 assists on 24 field goals while committing only seven turnovers. Freshmen:
1/31 Varsity vs Dartmouth: The Trojans had their first loss in the OCL against Dartmouth. Barbara Odiah had 10 points and Sophomore Bridget Curley had 7 points. JV: Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy paced a balanced attack with eight points and seven rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham collected its ninth straight victory with a 46-32 Old Colony League triumph over Dartmouth Friday evening. The visiting Trojans (10-1, 3-0 OCL) opened up a one-point lead after the opening quarter of play before outscoring the host Indians (10-3, 1-2 OCL) by a 15-7 margin in the second stanza to build a 25-16 advantage at the break. Sophomore Cierra Sheerin chipped in with seven points and five boards on the night for Bridgewater-Raynham, which also received six points each from sophomore Aimee Sullivan and freshman Cailey Sullivan. Freshman Ashley Rose collected five points for the winners, who also received four points each from sophomore Jessica Towne and freshman Devin Burns.Freshman Kelly Page dished out four assists for the Trojans, who also received five blocks from fellow freshman Mikayla Seavey in scoring 12 points off of 22 Dartmouth turnovers to complete the season sweep of the Indians. Freshmen: Fine defensive effort in first half (34 -4) at end of half.
1/24 Varsity vs Marshfield: BR had a tough loss against Marshfield. Barbara Odiah led the Trojans with 9 points. Karlie Keating played with great intensity and made a lot of defensive stops. Keating chipped in with 8 points. Captain Kasey Fries had 7 points, while Emily Kenneally and Sophia Perez both chipped in with 6 points each.JV: Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy scored 12 second half points and grabbed nine rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham overcame a sluggish first half to notch its eighth straight victory with a 47-31 triumph over Marshfield Friday evening at the Furnace Brook Middle School Gym. Freshman Devin Burns netted all 11 of her points in the opening 16 minutes of play to stake the visiting Trojans (9-1) to a 22-16 advantage at the break, and after extending that margin to 11 (33-22) through three quarters of action, B-R used a quick eight point outburst to begin the final stanza and take its largest lead of the night at 19 points on a Shaughnessy lay-in with just over five minutes remaining, as the host Rams (8-2) got no closer than 14 points over that time span. Shaughnessy and Burns were the lone Trojans in double figures in the triumph, as freshman Kelly Page chipped in with five points and four assists while sophomore Jessica Towne and freshman Hailey King each collected four points and combined for six steals. Junior Sarah King added three points and a pair of steals for Bridgewater-Raynham, which also received seven rebounds from freshman Cailey Sullivan and three steals from sophomore Aimee Sullivan. Freshmen: the girls stormed from behind in a hard fought effort to defeat Marshfield H. S. at Marshfield. There were many lead changes in the fourth quarter until the girls pulled away to win in the last minute by 5, 40-35. Cassie Wells led all scorers with 14 points and also was the leading rebounder.
1/17 Varsity vs Barnstable: The BR girls locked in their 2nd OCL win against the Red Raiders. Emily Kenneally led the team with 8 rebound and 13 points. Sophomore Elise McGovern also contributed with 13 points hitting three 3's. Barbara Odiah had a big presence in the chipping in with 8 points.JV: Junior Haley Powers recorded her third straight double-figure scoring output with 10 points as all 13 Bridgewater-Raynham players scored at least one field goal en route to a 50-13 Old Colony League victory over Barnstable Friday evening at BRRHS. The host Trojans (8-1, 2-0 OCL) took command of the contest early by scoring 17 of the game’s first 20 points en route to a 30-7 halftime advantage, as B-R held the visiting Red Raiders to a 17.6 percent shooting effort in the opening 16 minutes of play and saw that number shrink to 12 percent after intermission. Sophomore Cierra Sheerin and freshman Ashley Rose each had six points and combined for 11 caroms for the winners, who also received four points each from sophomore Jessica Towne as well as freshmen Cailey Sullivan, Hailey King and Kelly Page. Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy recorded six steals and dished off five assists for the Trojans, who recorded 18 assists on their 23 field goals while notching 22 steals in forcing 38 Barnstable turnovers. Bridgewater-Raynham doubled up the Red Raiders on the boards (48-24), including a 24-11 edge on the offensive glass that led to 18 second-chance points.
1/15 Varsity vs Quincy: BR had a great first half against Quincy, ending the half trailing by 2. The girls played hard in the second half but their efforts were not enough to stop the Presidents. Sophia Perez led the team with 11 points. Emily Kenneally, Barbara Odiah and Elise McGovern all had a tremendous defensive game and each contributed 8 points to the Trojans efforts. JV: Junior Haley Powers paced a balanced attack with 11 points as Bridgewater-Raynham claimed its sixth straight triumph with a 52-20 victory over Quincy Wednesday evening at BRRHS. The host Trojans (7-1) used a 14-3 second quarter run to break open a six-point game and take a 29-12 advantage at intermission en route to a season sweep of the visiting Presidents, as B-R shot 50 percent from the field (25-50) for the night. Freshman Kelly Page added nine points and four assists for the winners, who also received six points each from sophomore Aimee Sullivan and freshman Ashley Rose. Sophomore Jessica Towne, along with freshmen Devin Burns, Cailey Sullivan and Mikayla Seavey, chipped in with four points each for Bridgewater-Raynham, which outrebounded Quincy by a 44-23 margin for the contest. Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy grabbed a game-high 12 boards for the Trojans, who recorded 13 assists on their 25 field goals on the evening, including a combined nine from Powers, Page and juniors Kerri-Ann Gordon and Sarah King. Freshmen: defeated Quincy at home 38-28. Morgan Freiday and Kailen Heath led the team with nine points apiece.
1/13 Varsity vs Whitman/Hanson: Sophomore Elise McGovern led the team with 8 points in BR's loss against Whitman- Hanson. BR plays again Wednesday night against Quincy. JV: Junior Haley Powers scored 14 points and dished off four assists as Bridgewater-Raynham avenged its lone defeat of the season with a 45-29 victory over Whitman-Hanson Monday evening at BRRHS. The host Trojans (6-1) raced out to a 20-7 halftime advantage on the strength of 11 combined points from Powers and freshman Devin Burns, as B-R held the visiting Panthers to just a nine percent effort from the field in the opening 16 minutes of action. Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy finished with 10 points and eight rebounds for the winners, who also received six points, three assists and three steals from freshman Kelly Page. Nine of the 14 players dressed got into the scoring column for Bridgewater-Raynham, which fell by a 40-33 margin in the first meeting with Whitman-Hanson back on December 18th.
1/10 Varsity vs Dartmouth: BR girls had their first victory in the OCL on Friday night against Dartmouth. Sophia Perez led the team with 15 points- scoring all 3-pointers. She hit four 3's in a row during the first quarter. Emily Kenneally also had an impressive game with 14 points and 13 rebounds. Sophomore Elise McGovern had 9 points and Captain Kasey Fries chipped in with 8. Rachel Fernandes was a defensive force in the game with 11 rebounds and 6 blocks. The Trojans have a big week ahead with all home games on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. JV: Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy scored eight points and grabbed a season-high 17 rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham held off a last second shot to eke out a 31-30 Old Colony League victory over Dartmouth Friday evening at BRRHS. The host Trojans (5-1, 1-0 OCL) built a 20-14 halftime advantage after limiting the visiting Indians (4-2, 0-1 OCL) to a 20 percent shooting performance in the opening 16 minutes of play, but Dartmouth overcame a pair of eight point second half deficits to close to within a point in the final 43 seconds of action. Each team traded turnovers on their ensuing possessions before the visitors had a chance to win the game with 5.6 seconds to play, as a three-point attempt at the buzzer fell short. Freshman Devin Burns netted six first half points in the win for B-R, which also received four points each from junior Haley Powers and freshman Kelly Page. Sophomore Cierra Sheerin and freshman Ashley Rose each had four rebounds for the winners, who recorded 22 offensive rebounds and 13 steals in claiming their fourth straight triumph. Freshmen: The girls freshman beat the Dartmouth freshman 44 - 39 on Friday Jan 6. The game was won in overtime after the BR defense came back from a 6 point deficit with two minutes left to put the game into overtime. Cassie Wells led the the freshman with 24 points. On Monday Jan 13 the girls freshman beat Whitman Hanson 45-17. Morgan Freiday led BR with ten points. Cassie Wells chipped in with three. On Wednesday Jan 15 the frosh played a close game with Quincy 38-28. Morgan Freiday and Kailen Heath led the frosh with 9 points apiece. The next game will be at home on Friday Jan 17 against league rival Barnstable.
1/6 Varsity vs Pembroke: BR played with great intensity to pull off a win against Pembroke. The Titans gave the Trojans a great game and put pressure on BR to put them within 2 points in the last minute. BR kept their composure to hold their lead. Emily Kenneally led BR with 12 points and was a force on the boards. Sophia Perez brought a huge defensive presence and contributed with 10 points. Captain Kasey Fries scored 8 points, hitting three big foul shots in the 4th quarter to help the Trojans keep their lead. Elise McGovern and Barbara Odiah helped the Trojans greatly in defense and both had 6 points. The Trojans have their first OCL game Friday against Dartmouth. JV: Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy led a balanced attack with nine points and 10 rebounds to lift Bridgewater-Raynham to a 51-19 victory over Pembroke on Monday evening. The visiting Trojans (4-1) scored the first 20 points of the contest and limited the host Titans to one opening half field goal en route to a 29-2 advantage at the break. Freshman Cailey Sullivan matched Shaughnessy’s scoring total with nine points for B-R, which also received eight points and six boards from sophomore Cierra Sheerin as well as six points each from sophomores Aimee Sullivan and Jessica Towne as well as freshman Kelly Page, who dished out five assists. Ten of the 13 players dressed for the contest scored at least one point on the night for the Trojans, who extended their winning streak to three straight.
12/28 Varsity vs Cardinal Spellman: BR girls beat Spellman in a tough battle. Trailing in each quarter of the game the Lady Trojans played with heart and intensity to inch out ahead of the Cardinals in the 4th quarter. Everyone on the team had a tremendous game. Emily Kenneally led the team with 16 points and made some huge plays at the end of the game to give the team and extra push. Captain Kasey Fries had 12 points hitting 4 three pointers. Elise McGovern and Barbara Odiah had 10 points, both brought a huge defensive presence. Karlie Keating and Rachel Fernandes each had 7 points and brought a great energy to the game. The Trojans play Pembroke tonight!
12/27 Varsity vs East Bridgewater: Sophai Perez hit three 3 pointers in the game to lead the team with a total of 11 points and Tesslyn Arrighi had 8 points in the Trojans loss to the Vikings.
12/23 Varsity vs Silver Lake: Elise McGovern led the Trojans with 8 points. Tesslyn Arrighi and Emily Kenneally both chipped in with 6 points. JV: Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy scored 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Bridgewater-Raynham raced out to a 24-point halftime advantage en route to a 54-29 victory over Silver Lake on Monday morning. The visiting Trojans (3-1) jumped out to a 17-3 edge after the opening quarter of play and held the host Lakers (1-3) to a nine percent first half shooting effort (2-22) from the floor to take a 31-7 lead at intermission. Freshman Devin Burns added eight first half points for the winners, who also received eight points and five boards from freshman Cailey Sullivan as well as seven points from sophomore Jessica Towne. Junior Haley Powers dished out six assists on the day for Bridgewater-Raynham, which collected 22 offensive rebounds that were converted into 14 second chance points. Freshman Ashley Rose grabbed a game-high seven boards for the Trojans, who also received four points each from junior Kerri-Ann Gordon and sophomore Bridget Curley. Freshmen: beat Silver Lake 36 - 25
12/19 Varsity vs Brockton: Barbara Odiah had a standout game against Brockton. She contributed with 13 points 17 rebounds and 7 blocks. She was a force in the paint. Elise McGovern also helped the Trojans with 8 points. JV: Junior Kerri-Ann Gordon and sophomore Aimee Sullivan led a balanced attack with nine points each as Bridgewater-Raynham used a 21-point third quarter outburst to post a 54-34 triumph over Brockton on Thursday afternoon. The host Trojans (2-1) jumped out to an 18-12 advantage at the break before connecting on nine of their 16 attempts from the floor in the third stanza to take a 39-21 lead into the final eight minutes of play, as the visiting Boxers (1-2) got no closer than 15 points in that time frame. Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy added eight points and a game-high 15 rebounds (eight offensive) in the win for B-R, which also received seven points each from sophomore Jessica Towne and freshman Ashley Rose. Freshman Kelly Page dished out six assists for the Trojans, who also received seven rebounds from sophomore Cierra Sheerin.
12/17 Varsity vs Whitman/Hanson: Sophia Perez and Rachel Fernandes both had 6 points against Whiman-Hanson. JV: Host Whitman-Hanson raced out to a 23-8 halftime advantage and held off a furious second half charge to post a 40-33 victory over Bridgewater-Raynham on Wednesday afternoon.The Panthers (2-0) held the visiting Trojans (1-1) to an 11 percent shooting effort from the field in the opening 16 minutes of play, but B-R whittled that deficit down to six early in the fourth quarter but could come no closer. Sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy notched a double-double effort of 14 points and 10 rebounds in the setback for Bridgewater-Raynham, which also received nine points from junior Haley Powers.
Freshmen first three games: The freshman girls basketball team started of the season with a very good start. They beat Quincy frosh 26-15, Whitman Hanson High School 38- 15 and trounced Brockton High Frosh 44-7. The next game will be at Silver Lake on December 23 at 9:00 in the morning. All sixteen girls have contributed in the first three games and continue to work hard to become better players.
12/13 Varsity vs Quincy: The BR Girls Varsity team lost Friday night's game against Quincy. The final score was Quincy 45 BR 38. The girls played hard throughout the 4 quarters but their efforst were not enough to pass the Presidents. Barbara Odiah led the team with 8 points and 10 rebounds as well as Emily Kenneally contributing with 8 points and 8 rebounds. The girls will face Whitman-Hanson on Tuesday. JV: QUINCY, Mass. -- Freshman Cailey Sullivan scored 12 points, grabbed seven rebounds and recorded four steals to lead Bridgewater-Raynham to a season-opening 57-27 victory at Quincy on Friday afternoon. The visiting Trojans jumped out to a 23-12 halftime advantage on the strength of six first half points from sophomore Jessica Towne, but the Presidents crept back to within four at 27-23 late in the third quarter before Bridgewater-Raynham scored 30 of the game’s final 34 points and held Quincy without a field goal over the last 9:32 of action to seal the triumph. Freshman Hailey King added 10 points in the win for the Trojans, who also received eight points from freshman Kelly Page. Towne chipped in with eight points and seven rebounds for the winners, who also received six points and six caroms from sophomore Meghan Shaughnessy as well as five points from freshman Ashley Rose and four steals from sophomore Aimee Sullivan. B-R shot 44 percent (25-57) from the field and recorded 26 total steals on the night.