Tilton School Varsity Boys Basketball Wins 2011 NEPSAC Class AA Championship
Rams win fourth straight NEPSAC title
Tilton School's basketball program captured a pair of New England Prep School Athletic Council Championships with two convincing victories on Sunday afternoon.
The varsity boys' basketball team captured its fourth consecutive NEPSAC Championship title, and their first since the move to Class AA, on Sunday with a 72-57 win over St. Mark's School at Endicott College in Beverly, Mass. The Rams were led by junior captain Georges Niang, who was a perfect 11 for 11 from the floor, tallying 23 points, 10 rebounds and 7 assists, and freshman Wayne Selden (22 points). Defensively, it was sophomore Nerlens Noel who led the way for the Rams. Noel finished the game with 3 blocks, 6 rebounds and 4 assists. Goodluck Okonoboh was in the front court rotation for Tilton and went for 8 points. Also making strong contributions to the win and on the defensive end were Domonique Bull and Aaron Law, who along with Selden stole the ball 3 times a piece. Tony Lester also had a pair of steals and hit a big three pointer in the last four minutes to push the Tilton lead back to 10 and squash a St. Mark's run.
Kingswood Oxford Boys’ Basketball Wins 2011 Class B New England Championship Title!
Kingswood Oxford School’s boys’ varsity basketball team claimed the Class B New England Prep School Men’s Basketball Association championship title Sunday, March 6 with a 76-67 overtime win over Berkshire School at Worcester Academy.
The championship win for the Wyverns, seeded No. 4 in the tournament, caps a 20-6 season. On the road to the championship game, KO topped No. 5 seed The Rivers School 75-52 in the quarterfinals and then upset No. 1 seed Brooks School 61-58 in the semifinals. Berkshire was seeded No. 2.
Tilton School Boys’ Varsity Basketball 2010 Class B Champions
Gerard Coleman scored 20 points, helping the Tilton School boys’ basketball team to its third straight NEPSAC Class B championship.
Boston Trinity Takes 2010 NEPSAC Class D Championship
Boston Trinity won its first NEPSAC D-1 championship in boys' basketball, taking a 78-73 victory over St. Luke's on Super Sunday. Senior Kadeem Wint was named tournament MVP.
Brewster Boys' Basketball Takes 2010 Class A NEPSAC Crown
For the second time in three years, Brewster's basketball team earned the NEPSAC Class A championship. The #1 seed Bobcats defeated Winchendon School 72-69 on Sunday for the title. Read More.
On their way to the finals the Bobcats defeated #8 Bridgton Academy 94-59 in the quarterfinals and St. Thomas More 92-61 in the semifinals.
Article and photo from Brewster Academy website
2010 NEPSAC Class D-2 Champions: Berwick Academy Boys' Basketball
The Berwick Academy Boys' Varsity Basketball team took home the 2010 NEPSAC Class D-2 Championship by beating Hamden Hall 52-49 in a down to the wire nail-biter. Great job Bulldogs! Please click here to read the Seacoast Online article about Berwick Academy's win.
Lawrence Academy Wins 2010 Class C Boys' Basketball Title
On Sunday, March 7, traditional rivals squared off for the Class C championship title in the first game of the NEPSAC triple-header at Endicott College.
After beating St. Mark’s at home during the regular season, 76-72, and running the ISL table to finish 15-0, the Spartans entered the game a perfect 28-0. St. Mark's had finished second in the ISL, with victories over Class A competition that rivaled those of the Spartans.
Learning Center for the Deaf's Letendre Scores 1000th Career Point
Please click here for the recent Metrowest Daily News article on Learning Center for the Deaf's Benjamin Letendre scoring his 1000th career point.
Nate Lubick of St. Mark's - 2008-09 Gatorade Mass. Player of the Year
Nate Lubick '10 has been named the 2008-2009 Gatorade Boys' Basketball Player of the Year for the state of Massachusetts. Gatorade State Players of the Year are selected on the basis of their outstanding athletic excellence, accompanied by high standards of academic achievement and exemplary personal character demonstrated both on and off the field. The selection process is administered by ESPN/RISE Magazine. This season, Nate averaged 17.6 points and 9.3 rebounds per game for the Lions. Congratulations, Nate, on this recognition!
Post Season Accolades Continue for St. Mark's Boys’ Basketball Team
Erik Murphy '09 was recently selected as a member of PARADE Magazine's 53rd Annual High School Boys' Basketball All-America Fourth Team. The PARADE All-America teams highlight the nation's best high school athletes in boys' and girls' basketball, football, and boys' and girls' soccer. The annual selections are chosen by coaches, scouts, recruiters and other professionals in each sport.