High school scoreboard: Marlborough boys hockey continues strong season, Shrewsbury/Westborough girls hockey dominates

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REGION – Area teams continued their schedules this past week with a number of big wins and close games.

In Hudson, the Hawks girls basketball team snagged a victory at home against AMSA.

Marlborough boys hockey continued its strong season with a narrow win over Longmeadow while the Shrewsbury/Westborough girls hockey team routed Westford/Littleton.

Read on for scores and highlights from the last week in high school sports…

ALGONQUIN

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 10

Algonquin – 6, Hopkinton – 1

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 11

Algonquin – 31, Leominster – 53

GIRLS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 11

Algonquin – 37, Nashoba – 107

BOYS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 11

Algonquin – 134, Nashoba – 20

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 12

Algonquin – 2, Shrewsbury – 4

BOYS’ INDOOR TRACK – JAN. 12

Algonquin – 41, Shepherd Hill – 50

WRESTLING – JAN. 12

Algonquin – 39, North Middlesex – 30

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 13

Algonquin – 46, Leominster – 41

GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS – JAN. 13

Algonquin – 138.150, Medfield/Ashland/Dover-Sherborn – 139.4

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

Algonquin – 54, Fitchburg – 66

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

Algonquin – 62, Fitchburg – 40

BOYS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 14

Algonquin – 98, Wachusett – 64

GIRLS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 14

Algonquin – 58, Wachusett – 86

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 15

Algonquin – 3, Minnechaug – 1

AMSA

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 10

AMSA – 63, Keefe Tech – 61

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 12

AMSA – 48, Tahanto – 36

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 13

Hudson – 54, AMSA – 31

Three Hudson players cracked double digits on the scorecard against AMSA last week. Gracie Giorgio led the way with 13 points. Maddie Kiley followed with 12 while Kristina Bruce posted 11.

It’s been a dominant start to this season for the Hawks, who improved to 5-0 with this win.

This game, meanwhile, interrupted what had been a two-game win streak for AMSA with wins on Jan. 5 and Jan. 12 against Abby Kelley and Tahanto respectively. The Eagles saw their win-loss record fall to 4-3 as they are due back in action on Wednesday against Montachusett and on Friday against Assabet.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

AMSA – 52, Bethany Christian – 54

ASSABET

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 10

Assabet – 56, Parker Charter – 42

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 10

Assabet – 59, Parker Charter – 19

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 12

Assabet – 44, Worcester North – 26

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 12

Assabet – 8, St. Bernard’s – 3

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 13

Assabet – 42, Worcester Tech – 65

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

Assabet – 25, Worcester Tech – 32

GRAFTON

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 10

Grafton – 62, Uxbridge – 49

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 10

Grafton – 49, Uxbridge – 35

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 13

Grafton – 75, Auburn – 52

Gators stars Ethan McInerny and Callum Donagher both scored more than 20 points in their team’s 23-point victory over Auburn last week. McInerny led the way with 22 points while Donagher followed closely behind with 21 points.

Grafton advanced its record to 8-1 on Jan. 13 before dropping a difficult game to Shepherd Hill two days later.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 15

Grafton – 60, Shepherd Hill – 87

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 15

Grafton – 1, Sandwich – 5

BOYS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 15

Grafton/Northbridge – 30, Shrewsbury – 99

GIRLS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 15

Grafton/Northbridge – 68, Shrewsbury – 97

HUDSON

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 11

Hudson – 66, Maynard – 62

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 11

Hudson – 34, Maynard – 26

GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS – JAN. 12

Hudson – 130.6, Westborough – 125.650

Hudson improved their win-loss record to 2-0 on the year with a win over Westborough last week. The victory came in Hudson’s first home meet in nearly two years after multiple seasons of COVID-19 disruption. Likewise, it followed a narrow victory over Shrewsbury last month in the squad’s season opener.

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 12

Hudson – 2, North Middlesex – 7

Senior Joe Lozoraitis scored two goals in less than 30 seconds for the Hawks last week as they lost to North Middlesex at home.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 13

Hudson – 54, AMSA – 31

Hudson jumped out to a 35-18 lead at halftime before finishing strong for the win over AMSA last week.

Three Hudson players cracked double digits on the scorecard, with Gracie Giorgio’s 13 points leading the way. Maddie Kiley followed with 12 while Kristina Bruce posted 11.

It’s been a dominant start to this season for the Hawks, who improved to 5-0 with this win.

This game, meanwhile, interrupted what had been a two-game win streak for AMSA with wins on Jan. 5 and Jan. 12 against Abby Kelley and Tahanto respectively. The Eagles saw their win-loss record fall to 4-3 as they are due back in action on Wednesday against Montachusett and on Friday against Assabet.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

Hudson – 83, St. Bernard’s – 50

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 15

Hudson – 2, West Springfield – 10

Ryan Fitzsimmons and Christian Stevens pitched in goals for the Hawks as they took a difficult loss to West Springfield on Saturday.

MARLBOROUGH

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 10

Marlborough – 8, Leominster – 3

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 11

Marlborough – 55, Fitchburg – 62

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 11

Marlborough – 27, Fitchburg – 48

WRESTLING – JAN. 13

Marlborough – 21, Nashoba – 53

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

Marlborough – 43, Oakmont – 58

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

Marlborough – 19, Oakmont – 37

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 15

Marlborough – 2, Longmeadow – 1

The Panthers continued their standout season on Saturday with a win over Longmeadow at home at the Navin Arena in Marlborough. The teams played through a scoreless first period before Longmeadow got on the scoreboard while on the power play early in the second period.

Marlborough evened things up a few moments later, though, with a goal by Marcus Chrisafidies.

Chrisafidies then punched in the go-ahead goal early in the third period to give Marlborough the lead and, eventually, the victory.

SHREWSBURY

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 10

Shrewsbury – 39, Fitchburg – 42

BOYS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 10

Shrewsbury – 87, Bromfield – 83

GIRLS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 10

Shrewsbury – 74, Bromfield – 102

BOYS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 12

Shrewsbury – 72, Tantasqua – 54

GIRLS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 12

Shrewsbury – 101, Tantasqua – 62

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 12

Algonquin – 2, Shrewsbury – 4

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 13

Shrewsbury – 46, Worcester South – 55

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

Shrewsbury – 34, Leominster – 49

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

Shrewsbury – 44, Natick – 53

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 15

Shrewsbury – 4, Westford – 2

BOYS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 15

Shrewsbury – 99, Grafton/Northbridge – 30

GIRLS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 15

Shrewsbury – 97, Grafton/Northbridge – 68

ST. JOHN’S

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 11

St. John’s – 56, Catholic Memorial – 65

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 12

St. John’s – 1, Catholic Memorial – 5

WESTBOROUGH

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 11

Westborough – 48, Shepherd Hill – 71

Westborough kept things close with Shepherd Hill, ending the first quarter down by just one point on Jan. 11. The Rams began to pull away before halftime, though, taking a 35-23 lead into the break. They then padded their advantage in the second half to secure the win over the Rangers.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 11

Westborough – 55, Shepherd Hill – 33

GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS – JAN. 12

Westborough – 125.650, Hudson – 130.6

BOYS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 12

Westborough – 2, Auburn – 3

BOYS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 12

Westborough – 96, Bromfield – 74

GIRLS’ SWIMMING – JAN. 12

Westborough – 74, Bromfield – 102

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – JAN. 14

Westborough – 66, North Middlesex – 25

COED SWIMMING – JAN. 14

Westborough – 81, Worcester – 70

CO-OP

GIRLS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 15

Shrewsbury/Westborough – 8, Westford/Littleton – 2

The co-op Shrewsbury/Westborough girls hockey team dominated Westford/Littleton on Saturday to notch their third straight win since a loss to Austin Prep on New Year’s Eve.

Captains Kaci Ryder and Aslinn Bennet led the way, each scoring two goals. Taylor Ryder, Mia Ryder, Holly Catarius and Yazzie McKenzie all pitched in goals of their own, with McKenzie notching her first career varsity goal.

GIRLS’ HOCKEY – JAN. 9

Algonquin/AMSA/Marlborough/Hudson – 6, Oakmont – 1

The co-op Algonquin/AMSA/Marlborough/Hudson team continued their nearly perfect season last week with a 6-1 win over Oakmont. They improved to 8-0-1 on the year, having won four games since they tied with Natick on Dec. 22.

The squad is due back in action on Monday and Wednesday of this week, with games against Franklin and Wellesley.