Tilton School Varsity Girls' Basketball Wins 2011 NEPSAC Class C Championship
Team avenges overtime loss in 2010 finals
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 girls' basketball team earned its first NEPSAC title since 2007 with a 65-56 win over Lincoln School. The Rams were led by junior captain Daisy Jordan (28 points, 12 rebounds), junior captain Kaley Marston (15 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists and 2 steals) and sophomore Alex Cohen (13 points, 6 rebounds). Jordan, who scored 23 of her 28 points in the first half, was also named tournament MVP. It was the first NEPSAC Championship win for second-year Head Coach Tara Brisson, whose Rams avenged last seasons overtime loss in the Class C finals. The team concludes the season at 23-2, a record which included several wins against Class A and B basketball opponents.
Rivers Girls' Basketball: 2011 NEPSAC Class B Champions!
Rivers had a highly successful postseason this winter, with girls’ basketball, girls’ ice hockey and boys’ basketball all earning NEPSAC tournament bids last week and girls’ basketball winning the 2011 Class B Tournament on Sunday. Girls’ ice hockey reached the finals of their tournament, while boys’ basketball made it to the quarterfinals.
2010-2011 NEPSAC Girls' Basketball All-Star Team Announced
The 2010 -2011 NEPSAC Girls' Basketball All-Star team has been announced. The Class A-B game will be played at 1:00 p.m. and Class C-D-E game will be at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 6, 2011 at Loomis--Chafee School.AB East and West TeamsCDE East and West Teams
Tabor Academy Girls' Basketball Takes 2010 Class A Championship
Detmetria Bell sparked the Lady Seawolves with 10 points as the team withstood the Andover team to capture the Class A tournament played at Nobles on Sunday, March 7th. Congratulations to Coach Becker and all the Lady Seawolves on another outstanding season.
Article and photo from Tabor Academy website
Pomfret Girls' Basketball Team Captures 2010 NEPSAC Class B Championship, Finish 28-0
The Pomfret Griffins beat The Rivers School 34-33 to take the NEPSAC Class B crown. Congratulations to senior captain Kim Derosier for earning the tournament MVP award.
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for the Norwich Bulletin's coverage of the 2010 Class B final.
Chase Collegiate: 2010 Class C Champions in Girls' Basketball
As the waning seconds ticked off the clock in Chase Collegiate’s 67-61 overtime thriller on Sunday afternoon in the Class C NEPSAC Finals, Ray Behr put his arms in the air for the celebrating the program’s sixth New England title. The longtime coach of the Chase Collegiate (formerly St. Margaret’s McTernan) has done it all and then some during his 28-year tenure at the school including bringing his program to the New England Finals 16 of the last 18 years.
Williston Northampton's Conroy '10 a Leader on the Court
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featuring Williston Northampton's Kristina Conroy, who recently reached the 1000 point milestone.
Brimmer & May's Kerrie Bourque Makes 1,000 Points!
History was made at Brimmer and May on February 12, 2010, when Varsity Girls' Basketball player Kerrie Bourque '10 succeeded in her quest to make 1,000 points. She became the first female B&M player to reach this prestigious milestone. Congratulations, Kerrie!
Kerrie was also recently named Boston Globe Player of the Week.
2010 NEPSAC Girls' Basketball All-Star Teams Announced
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Both all-star games will be played on Sunday March 7th at Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, MA. The AB All-Star Game will be at 1:30 p.m. and the CDE All-Star game will be at 3:30 p.m. ..More Information
A Perfect Season and Day for Chase's Sydney Parkmond
The day was a perfect one for Chase Girls Varsity Basketball and especially, junior captain, Sydney Parkmond. Parkmond, a Waterbury native and four year starter for the Highlanders, led her team to it's sixth New England Title but also scored her 1,000th point as a high schooler and was named the game's Most Valuable Player.
"This is just great," explained an elated Parkmond after the game standing along side her very proud parents. "It was the perfect day and one that I will always remember. "