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Tomahawks take season opener over Marlborough

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Marlborough High School's Leo Coelho (#21, with ball) takes his shot over Algonquin Regional High School's Matt Geoffrion (#25, left) and Nick Speranzella (#2, right).

Marlborough High School’s Leo Coelho (#21, with ball) takes his shot over Algonquin Regional High School’s Matt Geoffrion (#25, left) and Nick Speranzella (#2, right).

Marlborough – The Marlborough High School Panthers hosted the Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks for both teams’ boys basketball season openers Dec 13.

The Tomahawks quickly opened up an early lead and never looked back, leading 36-26 at the half.  The second half was the same story, with Algonquin winning 62-39, spoiling Marlborough coach Bryan Riley’s debut.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Algonquin Regional High School's Justin Brilliant (#24, center) battles Marlborough High School's Jose De la Cruz (front left) for this rebound.  Algonquin's Matt Geoffrion (#25) is at right while Marlborough's Leo Coelho (#21) is at left rear.

Algonquin Regional High School’s Justin Brilliant (#24, center) battles Marlborough High School’s Jose De la Cruz (front left) for this rebound. Algonquin’s Matt Geoffrion (#25) is at right while Marlborough’s Leo Coelho (#21) is at left rear.

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