Lynn English, Diondra Woumn -- The junior guard’s 32 points and 10 rebounds helped the Bulldogs overcome Salem in a 70-65 overtime thriller last Tuesday.
Scituate, Kelly Martin -- Martin packed the stat sheet with 26 points, 8 rebounds, and 7 assists last Tuesday.
Quincy, Nicole Jorgenson—The freshman posted 24 points, 24 rebounds, and 7 blocks against Silver Lake last Tuesday.
Medfield, Lauren Petit -- Medfield secures its fifth Tri-Valley League title behind Petit’s strong performance this week. The junior point guard combined for 36 points in wins against Holliston and Westwood.
GAMES OF THE WEEK :
No.2 Archbishop Williams vs No.4 Billerica, 1 p.m., Sun.—The Archie’s, who are undefeated in Massachussets, will take on Billerica in a nonleague battle at Babson College. This will be a good one. Both teams have been on a roll as of late. While we know that Archie’s main focus will have to be stopping Billerica’s guard Brittany Lomanno, we can’t underestimate the job both teams will have to do in the paint. Both teams have size, so rebounding will be key. The interesting matchup will be Billerica’s Joslyn King along with teammate Danielle Nickerson against the Archie’s junior center Olivia Conrad, Jaylen William, and Alana Gilmer.
No.16 Andover at No.4 Billerica, 7 p.m., Tues.—Andover will try to avenge their Jan.29th loss to the Indians. In their first matchup, the Golden Warriors started off hot and pulled to an early lead, but once Billerica figured out how to break the press, they rallied and took control of the game. Andover will have to be active on the boards in this game. Billerica’s Danielle Nickerson got a lot of second chance opportunities and easy looks, so Andover must put a body on her.
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