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Members of Oliver Ames High School in North Easton were in shock Friday morning after hearing of the death of student Devin Ness.
“It is with a very heavy heart that I share with you that senior wrestling captain Devin Ness has passed away,’’ athletic director Bill Matthews said in an e-mail. “He became suddenly ill [Thursday] night, was taken to the hospital, and passed away [Friday] morning.”
Matthews had no additional information, but said, “I expect a formal announcement will be released at a later time.”
According to the Brockton Enterprise, principal Wesley Paul said that Ness had died of an aneurysm. On Twitter, Paul said, “On behalf of the community of Oliver Ames, I extend our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Devin Ness in his passing.’’
Oliver Ames canceled all athletic events and practices for Friday. The wrestling team is scheduled to compete in the Hockomock League championships Sunday.
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Danvers 70, Revere 51 — Senior forward Danny Connors had 32 points and 12 rebounds to lift the Falcons (12-0).
North Andover 72, Methuen 48 — The No. 8 Knights were led by seniors Derek Collins (18 points) and Chris Bardwell (15).
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Carver 83, Mashpee 74 — Senior Tony Pires scored 39 points to spark the Crusaders.
Braintree 61, Wellesley 40 — Sophomore guard Bridget Herlihy led the top-ranked Wamps (12-2) with 20 points and 10 rebounds.
Reading 60, Wakefield 25 — Senior Olivia Healy had 27 points for the No. 2 Rockets (12-0).
Medfield 76, Hopkinton 39 — Kristin Fechtelkotter had 17 points and 10 rebounds for the fourth-ranked Warriors (14-2).
Newton North 51, Dedham 37 — The unranked Tigers (13-1) followed their upset of No. 1 Braintree with another impressive win. Infinity Thomas-Waheed (14 points, 19 rebounds) led the way.
Sandwich 70, Plymouth South 58 — Erin Gendreau scored 22 of her 39 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Blue Knights.
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