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St. John's bests Algonquin in last regular season match-up

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

St. John's High School's Alexander Fisher (#21, left) and Algonquin Regional High School's Tim Armata (#22, right) meet at the ball during the tip-off to start their game.

St. John's High School's Alexander Fisher (#21, left) and Algonquin Regional High School's Tim Armata (#22, right) meet at the ball during the tip-off to start their game.

Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks boys’ basketball team hosted the St. John's High School Pioneers for their regular season finale Feb 19.

In the first quarter, the two teams played evenly, to a 14-14 tie. St. John's held a slight lead at the half, 36-30, but began to open it up in the third, for a 55-38 lead at the end of three. The fourth quarter saw more of the same, with the Pioneers winning, 76-54.

Photos/Chris Wraight

 

Algonquin Regional High School's Matt Geoffrion (#25, right) goes up and over St. John's High School's Stefan Masciarelli (#20, left) to score.

Algonquin Regional High School's Matt Geoffrion (#25, right) goes up and over St. John's High School's Stefan Masciarelli (#20, left) to score.

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