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Salisbury School Claims First New England Class A Basketball Championship

Knights Down Choate, 72-60, for 1st New England Title
Frazier Selected Most Outstanding, McCullough Nets 26

3/6/12

Beverly, MA – It took one hundred eleven years and five trips to the championship game, but Salisbury School can finally claim its first New England Class A Basketball Championship. Behind 26 points from sophomore Chris McCullough and a heady floor game by senior point guard Ryan Frazier, the Crimson Knights outscored Choate Rosemary Hall, 72-60, to avenge last year’s 25-point loss to the Wild Boars in the tournament final.
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St. Mark's Crowned 2012 New England Class AA Champions


Coach Lubick Picks Up 300th Win During Championship Run

March 5, 2012

With an exciting 59-53 victory over defending N.E. champion Tilton at Endicott College on Sunday, the St. Mark's Boys' Varsity Basketball team became NEPSAC Class AA champions: their first New England title since the 2009 season. The win was the 301st of coach David Lubick's St. Mark's career. He collected number 300 in the semi-final round, 60-56 against St. Andrews. The Lions began their run for the title with a 72-62 quarterfinal win over Kimball Union, featuring 25 points from team MVP Nik Stauskas '12 and another 23 from ISL MVP Kaleb Tarczewsk '12.
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Brothers Excel in Football and Basketball at St. George's School

2/8/12

Click here to read The Newport Daily News article on brothers Jaleel Wheeler and Tyshon Henderson from St. George's School.

 
 
2010-2011 NEPSAC Boys' Basketball All Star Teams

Class AAA
Player of the Year: Naadir Thaarpe - Brewster Academy

1st Team:
Naadir Tharpe - Brewster Academy
Jordan Laguerre - New Hampton
Andre Drummond - Saint Thomas More
Aaron Crosby - Northfield Mount Hermon
JaKarr Sampson - Brewster Academy
Damion Lee - Saint Thomas More

2nd Team:
Kristian Smith - Maine Central Institute
Maurice Harkless - South Kent
Nemanja Djurisic - South Kent
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Hamden Hall Boys' Basketball - 2011 New England Class C Champs!

3/7/2011

Hamden Hall won the NEPSAC New England Class C Tournament championship on Sunday, defeating St. Luke's 66-50 at Worcester Academy. Having split four games over the course of the season with the Storm, including a loss at home in the FAA tournament final, the Hornets immediately set out to prove they were indeed #1. With a terrific defensive effort, HH held Luke's to their lowest point total of the season. Balanced scoring - inside and outside, half court and fast break - provided the Hornets with a solid lead throughout most of the game, with six players scoring 8 or more points. When Luke's closed the gap to 4 points with 8 minutes to go, the crowd sensed the game was about to turn. But it was the Hornets who turned up the tempo, led by the stellar work of Greg Brown, who was tenacious on the defensive end, and made key drives downcourt as well, including a clutch steal that swung the momentum permanently to the Hornets. Victor Joshua was named tournament MVP, but the Hornets' run to the title involved great performances by every team member!
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Tilton School Varsity Boys Basketball Wins 2011 NEPSAC Class AA Championship
Rams win fourth straight NEPSAC title


3/6/11

Tilton, N.H.

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.
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Kingswood Oxford Boys’ Basketball Wins 2011 Class B New England Championship Title!

3/6/2011

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.
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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

3/11/2010
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

3/8/10

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.

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