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Nobles Wins NEPSAC Class A Title for Third Year in a Row

3/3/14

Click here to read The Boston Globe article on the 2014 Nobles Girls' Basketball team's recent championship and their 65 game winning streak...More Information

 
 
KUA Girls' Basketball Wins New England Prep School Title – Sunday, March 2, 2014

3/10/14
KUA 43 Hamden Hall 36

The third time proved the charm for the Wildcats, who claimed the NEPSAC Class C championship for the fifth time since 2000 after falling in the finals the last two winters.  The top seed in the tournament, KUA (18-5) fell early victim to a foe with solid outside shooting and interior height (6'5" and 6'3") in a title game played at Noble & Greenough School (MA),  Second-ranked Hamden Hall built a 26-14 halftime lead and extended it to 16 in the second half before Kimball Union mounted its come back. The Wildcats had the deficit down to seven with 10 minutes to play, three within the game's final four minutes and took the lead for good with 3:30 on the clock on a Miranda Judd 3-pointer.  Tournament Most Valuable Player, Taylor Ong, led KUA with 13 points, adding key rebounds and running the offense due to a box and 1 stifling defense on Abby Kelly, to solidify Kimball Union's rally. Kelly (12 points) and Kaitie Sanders held the Hornets' prolific scorers to a combined three buckets on the afternoon while Judd gutted out the contest on a sprained ankle and chipped in with 8 points.  Shannon Walsh and Kate Fowler did a nice job of keeping Hamden Hall's bigs off the boards. The team showed tremendous strength and courage coming back from double-digit deficits in both the semis and finals.  The girls represented themselves and the school well all season long.  With only one player graduating, the Wildcats are hoping to back in the hunt for another banner next March...More Information

 
 
Tilton School Repeats as NEPSAC Class B Champions!


3/5/2014
On Championship Sunday, Tilton School and Pomfret School met once again to compete for the NEPSAC Class B Championship, a rematch of last year's finals where the Rams walked away with a 49-41 victory. 
 
After trading buckets with the Griffins to begin the game, the Rams built a double-digit lead behind 11 first half point from senior Jillian Fama and postgraduate Rainey Cox. It was a lead they would not relinquish, as Pomfret never got closer than 12 points before eventually surrendering to Tilton for the second straight year by a final score of 71-39. 
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2013-2014 NEPSAC Girls' Basketball All-Star Team Announced

Click here for the 2013-2014 NEPSAC Girls' Basketball All-Star team. The schedule for this year's All-Star games being played on Sunday, March 2, 2014 at Noble & Greenough is:

Class D/E 12:30 PM (Richardson Gymnasium)
Class A 2:00 PM (Richardson Gymnasium)
Class C 3:30 PM (Richardson Gymnasium)
Class B 5:00 PM (Richardson Gymnasium)..More Information

 
 
Stoneleigh-Burnham's Haugton to Play at Rider University


11/13/13
C'Quoya Haugton '14 (Schenectady, NY) a member of the Stoneleigh-Burnham School basketball team has signed during the early signing period to play basketball at Rider University.

 
 
Beaver Country Day School's Sherry Levin Head Coach of USA Jr. Girls Basketball team at 19th World Maccabiah Games in Israel


Sherry Levin, Athletic Director and Girls Varsity Basketball Coach at Beaver Country Day School, was selected to be the head coach of the USA Jr. Girls Basketball team that played in the 19th World Maccabiah Games in Israel. 

"I could not be more proud of the performance of the USA Jr. Girls Basketball team. Winning the Gold Medal was a result of their hard work, dedication and unselfish team work. On the court it was amazing to see them come together and execute the game plan against Australia, Canada and Israel. We were fortunate to have high level talent who dominated the competition, including a player who will play at USC."
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Tilton School Varsity Girls' Basketball Captures NEPSAC Class B Championship

Maureen Taggart '13 Named Tournament MVP


March 4, 2013 - Tilton, N.H - The Tilton School varsity girls’ basketball team captured the NEPSAC Class B Championship on Sunday afternoon, with a 49-41 win over Pomfret School. It’s the Rams’ second championship in four years, and the first since the team moved to Class B at the start of the 2011-2012 season.

The Rams found themselves trailing at halftime for the second consecutive game. Behind 22-19, Tilton was led by postgraduate and co-captain Abby Iannotti (North Bennington, Vt.) with seven points and five rebounds. Ianotti finished the game with 15 points and 12 rebounds for her eleventh double-double of the season.
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Noble & Greenough Captures 2013 Class A Championship



Please click here for the recent Boston Globe article on the 2013 Noble & Greenough Girls' Basketball team's Class A championship.


 
 
Brimmer & May Wins 2013 NEPSAC Class E Championship

3/6/2013

Brimmer and May faced Falmouth Academy in the Class "E" Championship game and came away with the first NEPSAC tournament victory for any girls team in Brimmer and May history. The score was 33-23. The two teams had played each other once during the regular season. Falmouth Academy won that one by one point. Facing a significant height disadvantage, the Gators dug in on defense and focused on keeping scoring opportunities for Falmouth outside the paint. Their efforts were successful. Brimmer also created several fast break opportunities in the second half and with Falmouth Academy in foul trouble, the game started to tilt in Brimmer's favor.
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Beaver Country Day School Wins 2013 NEPSAC Class C Championship!

3/12/13

The Beaver Country Day School Varsity Girls Basketball team capped off an extraordinary year with a NEPSAC Class C Championship. The team's final victory against Kimball Union, 52-33, at Loomis Chaffee, secured its undefeated season with a 25-0 record. KUA battled until the end when Beaver closed out the win on NEPSAC's "Super Sunday".

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