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King's Briana Brown: 2000 Points, McDonald's All-American Nominee and More!

February 5th King's Briana Brown surpassed the 2000 point mark against Kingswood Oxford. She recently received the honor of being a 2010 McDonald's All-American nominee, the MSG Tri-State Player of the Week, and a 2010 Gatorade Player of the Year nominee.

Annual "Friendly Games" between Noble and Greenough and Cotting School

Please click here to read the recent Boston Globe article about the annual "Friendly Games" between the Noble and Greenough School and The Cotting School of Lexington, MA.

2009 Kent School Girls' Basketball NEPSAC Class A Champions

On Sunday, March 8 Kent School’s Girls' Basketball team defeated Phillips Academy by a score of 49-29 to notch their second straight New England Class A Championship. Led by tournament MVP Jayde Bennett our girls capped off an undefeated season in dramatic fashion with a suffocating defense that stifled #1 seeded Andover from start to finish. Congratulations to Coach Walton and the entire squad for representing the very best of Kent Athletics with their determination, dedication and skill throughout the 2008-09 season.

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Rivers Girls’ Basketball Wins 2009 NEPSAC Class B Tournament

The Rivers girls’ basketball team won the New England championship yesterday, defeating Pomfret 50-44 at Loomis Chaffee (CT) in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Class B final.

Freshman forward Tayra Melendez had 19 points, 10 rebounds and four assists to earn tournament MVP honors. The Red Wings (18-6) also got a strong performance from freshman guard Megan Kerbs, who added 12 points, and sophomore point guard Sara Berthiaume, who scored all eight of her points in the pivotal second half. Sophomore center Clare Sullivan’s four free throws at the end of the game helped seal the win for Rivers.

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2009 Chase Collegiate Girls' Basketball NEPSAC Class D Champions

The Chase Collegiate Girls Basketball team defeated the MacDuffie School (Springfield, MA) 55-31 Sunday afternoon to earn their sixth New England title. The Highlanders were looking sharp all game as Ray Behr's squad put an exclamation mark on their perfect, 25-0 season.

Chase started a bit slow in the first few minutes as the nerves of playing on the big stage was a bit overwhelming as both teams missed open layups and turned the ball over. However, once things settled down Chase was dominant throughout. The Highlanders were able to do what they have done all season and that was capitalize on their aggressive defense which turned into scoring opportunities on the offensive end.

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2009 Canterbury School Girls' Basketball NEPSAC Class C Champions

In an exciting and well played game, Canterbury led 23-22 at the half after coming back from a 5 point deficit. Krista O'Gara put in two clutch baskets in the last minute of the first half to put the Saints up for good.

The Lady Saints slowly pulled away in the second half. Marly Silverman put in 6 points while MacKenzie Watt scored 4, O'Gara 9 and Clare Fitzpatrick 16. Ariana Della Torre contributed 5 clutch assists with some terrific passes.

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2009 Lincoln School Basketbal Team and Coach Batasti

Please click here to read a recent article from The Providence Journal on the 2009 Lincoln School Basketball team and their coach.

King's Briana Brown in Feb. 16, 2009 Issue of Sports Illustrated

Junior basketball phenom Briana Brown is featured in “Faces in the Crowd,” a weekly section of Sports Illustrated magazine. Briana is the Vikings all-time points leader, and has scored more than 1,500 points in her high school career. She says the recognition by Sports Illustrated feels great.

“I’ve worked really hard,” she said, “but it’s amazing to be recognized like this.” Briana said the national recognition doesn’t place additional pressures on her shoulders. “I have to keep pushing. I always deal with pressure. I’m used to it.”

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Learning Center for The Deaf's McDonough: 2,000 Points

The Learning Center for The Deaf's Shaquana McDonough Reaches 2,000 points on February 9, 2009. Please click here to read the article from The Metrowest Daily News.

Kent School Girls' Basketball 2008 Class A Champs!

Kent Girls' Basketball Takes 1st New England Title!

Three time Founders League Champions Kent Girls Basketball took their game to Dedham, MA for the Class A New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Championship. Kent dominated the first half of the game with an early double digit lead over number three seed Nobles and Greenough. Kent was led by senior Nickie Smye, who had 14 points and senior Abby Kelly who had 10 points in the game. Junior Jayde Bennett was a force on both ends of the court, doing whatever could be done to get the ball into Kent hands. Sasha Dosenko, the tournament’s MVP, also finished with 10 points, 6 blocked shots and 5 steals. It was a great culmination of four years of teamwork for Kelly and Dosenko. Sasha will be playing next year for Dartmouth College.

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