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St. John’s loses division final to Franklin

By Kelly Burneson, Contributing Photographer

St. John’s Alex Bradley pushes past Franklin’s Gavin Farnan.

Region – The Central Massachusetts Division 1 finals between St. John’s High School and Franklin High School were held at Worcester State University March 10. These two teams are no strangers to battling it out on the court, and Franklin came up short three years in a row until this year.  St. John’s jumped out with a lead in the first quarter, but Franklin worked to narrow the lead and tied things up in the third quarter.  The game was back and forth for three quarters, and ultimately tied 60-60 at the buzzer. Franklin then defeated St. John’s in the overtime, 67-64.

Senior Alex Bradley goes up for a lay-up with junior Jack Rodgers coming down for the block.

Photos/ Kelly Burneson

Junior Sean Burke (#33) steals the ball and sinks a basket for St. John’s.

Franklin’s sophomore Jalen Samuels (#1) and St. John’s Cole Stairs (#34) battle for possession.

Senior Cole Stairs (#34) from St. John’s goes up for a lay-up.

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