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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!

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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.

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Tilton School Boys’ Basketball 2009 National Champions!

On March 10, the Tilton Rams were one of the two teams taking the floor at Endicott for the Prep School National Championship. Coming into the tournament, Tilton was seeded fifth and faced Hargrave Military Academy, the No. 2 overall seed, having just one loss all year. That loss came at the hands of Patterson, the nation’s top-ranked team most of the year.

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2009 Bridgton Boys' Basketball Class A Champions

Bridgton Academy squared off with top seeded South Kent School on Sunday night in what was sure to be a very exciting NEPSAC Class A Championship game. South Kent came in the favorites having won 15 games in a row, two of which coming over the Wolverines during the regular season.

The Cardinal jumped out to an early 22-7 lead over Bridgton, however the Wolverines fought back with a 19-8 run of their own to make it 30-26 South Kent. The Cardinal however answered with a 15-6 run before stretching their lead up to 15 at 55-40 heading into halftime.

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Tilton School Boys’ Varsity Basketball 2009 Class B Champions

The Tilton School boys’ basketball team won its second straight New England Class B title, defeating Marianapolis Prep, 89-78, in overtime. With 4½ minutes left in regulation, the Rams were looking up a steep hill as the scoreboard was lit up with the No. 1 seed trailing by 11. With a determined press Tilton took the lead but Marianapolis tied the score from the foul line at the end of regulation.

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2009 St. Mark's Boys' Basketball NEPSAC Class C Champions

tudents, parents, faculty and fans traveled to Endicott College in Beverly, MA to cheer on the boys' basketball team as the Lions looked to defend their NEPSAC Class C title. The Lions beat a tough squad from Holderness, 86-53, demonstrating remarkable depth and outstanding teamwork. Erik Murphy '09 was named the game's Most Valuable Player. The Bulls from Holderness School entered the tournament seeded #7 having upset both #2 seed Lawrence Academy 72-67 in the quarterfinals; and #3 Noble & Greenough School 58-51 in the semifinals, en route to the championship game. Holderness fought hard until the final buzzer, but the systematic offense and tenacious defense of the Lions wore down the Bulls, as the Lions won their second Class C championship in as many years. The Lions and Bulls battled hard from the opening tip off, as play went back and forth for the entire first half. Ultimately, Holderness succumbed to the constant pressure of the talented Lion offense, as St. Mark's took a commanding lead into the second half. The Lions dominated play in the second half, maintaining their solid lead throughout. Erik Murphy '09 was named the game's Most Valuable Player with 18 points on the day. Teammates Nate Lubick '10 (15 points), Melsahn Basabe '10 (14 points), Dave Johnson '09 (11 points, 12 assists), and Russ Braithwaite '09 (8 points) also contributed strong performances, while Alex Murphy '12 (13 points) was a solid contributor off the bench.

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2009 Boston Trinity Boys' Basketball Team Featured in Boston Globe

Please click My Web Page to read the recent Boston Globe article featuring the 2009 Boston Trinity Boys' Basketball team.

2008 Brewster Boys' Basketball are Class A Champions

Brewster boys' basketball captured the Class A Championship tonight with a 69-65 overtime victory against Winchendon School. Fordham University-bound Trey Blue led the Bobcats with 20 points, including 4 three-pointers. Co-captain and Arizona-signee Emmanuel Negedu added 11 points and 13 rebounds, while Xavier-signee Mark Lyons, Ohio State-bound Anthony Crater, and BYU-signee Charles Abouo each added 8 points. Negedu was named MVP of the Class A Tournament. With the win, Brewster improved to 30-3 on the season. On their way to the finals, the Bobcats defeated South Kent 95-74 in the semifinals and Worcester Academy 86-65 in the quarterfinals.
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Tilton School Boys' Basketball 2008 Class B Championship

Tilton students, alumni, teachers, adminstrators and parents gathered at the Post Center – Endicott College's gymnasium – for the Class B Championship game against Marianapolis. The teams split games in the regular season, while Marianapolis knocked Tilton out of the tournament last year.

But not this year.

The Rams led by one at the half, but the two teams amped up their offenses in the second half, and it was Tilton leaving with a 73-62 victory and the Class B title.

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2008 St. Mark's Boys' Basketball Captures Class C New England Championship

The Lions of St. Mark's captured their second Class C New England Championship title in three years on Sunday, as they dominated league-rival, Lawrence Academy, 62-43, in a packed house at Endicott College. Despite being double and triple-teamed for most of the game, Erik Murphy ('09) had a ..More Information
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