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Roxbury Latin's Benzan: McDonald’s All-American Nominee


Patrick Benzan of Roxbury Latin was one two ISL players to be nominated and among 9 Massachusetts players to be nominated. He is Roxbury Latin’s second ever McDonald’s All-American nominee (Remy Cofield 2007). Patrick is also the school’s all-time scoring leader with 1,833 points and over 500 assists.

Roxbury Latin's Benzan Becomes School's All-Time Leading Scorer 


Patrick Benzan – a senior captain for Roxbury Latin – recently broke the school’s all-time scoring record of 1,549 points. Patrick scored 36 points in  an 83-80 loss to Middlesex on Wednesday, and in doing so, now holds the school’s all-time record with 1,564 points.  Patrick also holds the school career record for assists with over 400.
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Bancroft Coach Mark O'Brien Gains 300th Win in Boys Varsity Basketball


The Bulldogs' 65-34 defeat of Groton School on Monday evening marked the 300th win for Coach Mark O'Brien in his 23rd year as coach of the Boys Varsity Basketball team! Commenting on this huge milestone, Athletic Director Steve Kelley said, "Mark has been an outstanding coach for more than two decades, and we're very proud that he has achieved a milestone in his career that few high school coaches ever reach."
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Rivers Grad Becomes Youngest Men's Basketball Head Coach in the NCAA


2013 Boys Basketball Class AAA, AA, A, B, C, and D NEPSAC All-Stars Named

Greens Farms Academy Captures 2013 NEPSAC Class C Championship


The motto "Defense wins" was well represented in the NEPSAC Class C Championship Finals. This game featured two hard-nosed, man-to-man defensive teams who locked out each others' half court offensive schemes. Greens Farms Academy, hailing from the Fairchester Athletic Association of Connecticut and New York, and The Pingree School, coming from the Eastern Independent League of Greater Boston, had
 spent their regular seasons honing their toughness against a majority of NEPSAC A and B class opponents. The two tough defenses kept the game score low and leads small. At the end, GFA prevailed 55-50 to win their first ever New England Championship.

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Hoosac's McLean Recently Featured on FOX Television

Hoosac's Unique McLean was recently featured on Fox Television, Albany, NY:

Hoosac Repeats as NEPSAC Class D Champions!


On Sunday March 3
rd at Worcester Academy in Worcester, Massachusetts the Owls hosted #2 seed Chase Collegiate of Waterbury, CT trying to repeat as NEPSAC Class D Champions. The game was a physical up-tempo contest that had Hoosac shooting free throws early and often. However, with a slim lead at 29-24 to start the second half, Hoosac came out with a strong Man-to-Man defense that kept Chase off stride for much of the remainder of the game and Hoosac’s patient team offense provided open lay-ups from the big men, Damani Guscott and Blair Manners. “The guards did a great job driving the baseline and passing off to the big men when the defense collapsed.” said Coach Foster. Sophomore Jabari Noel had a great game, providing crucial breaks to the basket that resulted in either an easy layup or a solid assist. Trevor Farrell of Shaftsbury, VT, who missed the Semifinal with strep throat, provided three key assists in his time coming off the bench. Guscott and Manners also displayed their adeptness at blocking shots as well, turning back shots before they got above the rim. Chase seemed determined not to let McLean get going with any spectacular dunks by literally grabbing him rather than let him get a breakaway. Eventually, later in the game McLean had a thunderous “Tomahawk” that brought the Hoosac Fans to their feet and seemed to seal the deal for the Owls. It was Gregg Braithwaite again providing the grit under the basket with rebounds and put backs as well as outright hustle all over the court. It seemed that whenever Chase mishandled the ball for even a second, Braithwaite was there to take it away. By the time the clock had expired and the fans had finished singing the school ode, the score was 62-49 in favor of Hoosac. Unique McLean earned game MVP honors. Co-captain Blair Manners accepted the NEPSAC Class D Championship Trophy on behalf of the School. 
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Brewster Basketball: 2013 Class AAA Champions!


On Sunday night the Boys' Varsity A Basketball team captured the NEPSAC AAA crown in front of a packed house at Endicott College. Brewster got to the finals by defeating Bridgeton in the first round and knocked off #2 seed Northfield Mount Hermon in the semifinal to set the stage for showdown with #1 St. Thomas Moore. St. Thomas started off hot jumping out to a nine point lead midway through the first half but the Bobcats turned up the pressure on the defensive end cuting the lead to three at the half. The second frame was as good as expected as both teams came out with elevated intensity. As they have done all year,Brewster relied on their defense to gain control of the tempo and force the game into overtime. Coach Smith's squad demonstrated their physical and mental toughness in the OT as they were down five with under three minutes to play and clawed their way back to a dramatic finish, winning 77-75.

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Brewster Student Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

In conjunction with National Signing Day on November 14, seven student athletes from Brewster Academy have made commitments to join the sports teams of colleges and universities around the nation next fall.

Basketball player John Edwards has committed to the University of New Hampshire while Elijah Macon will play for the University of West Virginia. Ron Patterson will play for Syracuse University and Kyle Washington has committed to North Carolina State.
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