High school scoreboard: Playoffs get underway as winter sports season continues

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REGION – The playoffs are here.

Winter sports teams are presently moving through their respective Central Massachusetts tournaments before many will take on larger state tournament brackets in the coming weeks.

These final days of the regular season and the opening rounds of recent playoff action have, indeed, already featured fireworks.

See complete scores and highlights from the past week in high school sports…

ALGONQUIN

GIRLS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 7

Algonquin – 1, Shrewsbury – 3

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 8

Algonquin – 61, Leominster – 82

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 8

Algonquin – 39, Leominster – 24

GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS – FEB. 9

Algonquin – 135.75, Hudson – 135

GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS – FEB. 9

Algonquin – 135.75, Marlborough – 136.050

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 9

Algonquin – 5, Groton-Dunstable – 6

The Algonquin boys hockey team fell to Groton-Dunstable by a narrow margin in a game dedicated to Northborough’s Brian Arsenault. 

Arsenault played hockey for Algonquin before serving with the Army in Afghanistan. He was killed in action in 2014.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

Algonquin – 29, Wachusett – 65

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

Algonquin – 43, Wachusett – 49

GIRLS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 11

Algonquin – 2, Pope Francis – 1

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 12

Algonquin – 2, North Middlesex – 0

GIRLS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 12

Algonquin – 8, Oakmont – 0

The co-op Algonquin girls hockey team celebrated its seniors on senior night this past weekend with another dominant win in a season already full of them. The team now boasts a 13-2-2 record.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 14

Algonquin – 42,  Shepherd Hill – 49 

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 14

Algonquin – 45, Wachusett – 76 

GRAFTON

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 7

Grafton – 62, Doherty – 56

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 7

Grafton – 2, Northbridge – 2

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 9

Grafton – 33, St. Paul – 47

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 10

Grafton – 52, Millbury – 45

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

Grafton – 30, Millbury – 40

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 12

Grafton – 6, Worcester – 0

The Grafton co-op boys hockey team nabbed a shutout against Worcester over the weekend. Delayed due to snow earlier this year, this much anticipated game took place at the DCU Center in Worcester. 

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 14

Grafton – 65, Burncoat – 27

Kelly Merkle scored a career high 13 points as one of several Gators girls basketball players posting strong days in a dominant win over Burncoat on Monday. 

AMSA

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 7

AMSA – 36, Auburn – 23

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB, 9

AMSA – 49, Worcester Tech – 42

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 9

AMSA – 43, Worcester Tech – 29

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

AMSA – 30, Doherty – 36

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

AMSA – 29, Hopedale – 65

ASSABET

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 8

Assabet – 17, Tahanto – 55

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 9

Assabet – 54, Monty Tech – 55

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 9

Assabet – 16, Monty Tech – 57

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 9

Assabet – 2, Hopedale – 6

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 10

Assabet – 33, Auburn – 54

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

Assabet – 42, Worcester North – 29

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

Assabet – 34, St. Paul – 76

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 11

Assabet – 6, Fitchburg – 3

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 12

Assabet – 6, Hudson – 1

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 12

Assabet – 38, Monty Tech – 51

HUDSON

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 7

Hudson – 53, Littleton – 57

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 8

Hudson – 47, Maynard – 57

Hudson honored seniors Brady Stuart, Marcus Bass, and John Rosado on senior night following a loss to Maynard last week. 

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 8

Hudson – 53, Maynard – 46

GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS – FEB. 9

Hudson – 135.5, Algonquin – 135.75

GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS – FEB. 9

Hudson – 135.5, Marlborough – 136.050

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 9

Marlborough – 9, Hudson – 1

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

Hudson – 43, Lunenburg – 50

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

Hudson – 72, Lunenburg – 56

Hudson secured a win over Lunenburg with a strong forth quarter performance on the road.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 12

Hudson – 51, Valley Tech – 43

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 14

Hudson – 63, Quabbin – 48

The Hudson boys basketball team opened its postseason with a win over Quabbin on Monday. Jake Attaway scored 19 points in the victory to help the Hawks advance to the Central Massachusetts Tournament semifinals.

GIRLS BASKETBALL – FEB. 14

Hudson – 58, Clinton – 24

Katie Puim scored 13 points for the Hawks as they punched their ticket to the Central Massachusetts Tournament semifinals to be held on Thursday.

MARLBOROUGH

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 6

Marlborough – 57, Oakmont – 48

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 7

Marlborough – 31, Leominster – 43

GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS – FEB. 9

Marlborough – 136.050, Algonquin – 135.75

GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS – FEB. 9

Hudson – 135.5, Marlborough – 136.050

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 9

Marlborough – 9, Hudson – 1

The Panthers boys hockey squad dominated rival Hudson on senior night last week. Now rumbling through their playoff bracket, Marlborough is led by 10 members of the Class of 2022.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 10

Marlborough – 49, Worcester South – 45

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

Marlborough – 40, Nashoba – 57

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

Marlborough – 58, Nashoba – 63

The boys basketball team celebrated its seniors after a close loss to Nashoba at home on senior night. 

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 12

Marlborough – 5, Groton-Dunstable – 0

SHREWSBURY

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 6

Shrewsbury – 53, Leominster – 50

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 7

Shrewsbury – 59, Wayland – 52

GIRLS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 7

Shrewsbury – 3, Algonquin – 1

Shrewsbury dealt a rare loss to the Algonquin co-op girls hockey team in a rivalry game last week. The Colonials now sit with a season win-loss record of 9-5-1.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 8

Shrewsbury – 65, Burncoat – 44

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 9

Shrewsbury – 2, Westford – 0

GIRLS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 9

Shrewsbury – 6, Westford/Littleton – 1

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 10

Shrewsbury – 43, Groton-Dunstable – 29

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 10

Shrewsbury – 45, Worcester North – 70

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 12

Shrewsbury – 42, Minnechaug – 33

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 12

Shrewsbury – 3, Mansfield – 2

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 12

Shrewsbury – 44, St. John’s – 54

ST. JOHN’S

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 8

St. John’s – 48, BC High – 71

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 9

St. John’s – 0, BC High – 4

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 11

St. John’s – 54, Malden Catholic – 64

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 12

St. John’s – 54, Shrewsbury – 44

Shrewsbury seized an early lead. St. John’s rallied to take the win, though, in a well attended game at Shrewsbury High School.

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 12

St. John’s – 2, Malden Catholic – 4

WESTBOROUGH

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 7

Westborough – 46, North Middlesex – 48

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 8

Westborough – 41, Shepherd Hill – 59

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 8

Westborough – 45, Shepherd Hill – 48

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 9

Westborough – 6, Auburn – 1

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 10

Westborough – 49, Hopkinton – 40

BOYS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 10

Westborough – 60, North Middlesex – 62

BOYS’ HOCKEY – FEB. 12

Westborough – 3, Nashoba – 4

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL – FEB. 14

Westborough – 45, Leominster – 32

Westborough erased a slim Leominster lead after the first quarter of their game on Monday to secure yet another win this winter. The Rangers now hold a 14-2-0 record as they get set to play Shepherd Hill in the semifinals of the MidWach Class A Tournament tonight.

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