Boy’s Basketball defeats Lincoln-Sudbury on Senior Night

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Boy’s Basketball defeats Lincoln-Sudbury on Senior Night

Seniors Nicholas Fiorillo, Pat Coffey, and Jonathan Glidden guard an LS player

Seniors Nicholas Fiorillo, Pat Coffey, and Jonathan Glidden guard an LS player

Seniors Nicholas Fiorillo, Pat Coffey, and Jonathan Glidden guard an LS player

Seniors Nicholas Fiorillo, Pat Coffey, and Jonathan Glidden guard an LS player

Mehul Shrivastava and Kai-Jia Yue

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On Friday, February 19th, the Boy’s Varsity Basketball team beat Lincoln-Sudbury on Senior Night with a score of 79-48.

Before the game, the seniors of the team were recognized, along with their parents, for their commitment to the team. Seniors Patrick Coffey, Jason Hughes, Scott Callahan, Nicholas Fiorillo and Bobby Hartmann were acknowledged and cheered on by their teammates and the audience.

The game started off with WA getting immediate possession. In just two minutes, the score was 5-4 with LS in the lead. After several minutes of even play the score was 16-15 WA, with three minutes to go.

By the end of the first quarter, WA was leading 20-16.

The second quarter was a particularly strong one for the Ghosts. LS scored the first two times, excluding the foul shots made by WA. However, after that, they only scored once more. After a strong showing from the Ghosts, WA was winning 34-20 with 2:45 left in the quarter.

As a result of tough and steady teamwork by WA, the half ended with the Ghosts winning 43-22.

The third quarter was also impressively played by WA. LS started with the ball, but the Ghosts got possession about 15 seconds into the half. LS managed to score a few more times than they had the previous quarter, but most of the scoring was done by WA. The third quarter ended with WA in the lead 62-31.

The last quarter consisted of LS scoring a few more times, but the Ghosts still played well and continued to increase their lead, just not as often as they had for the second and third quarter. With 5:25 on the clock, the score was 67-37 with WA winning. Both teams continued to score and exhibit strong teamwork.

The game came to a close, and WA managed to come out on top and win 79-48.

Senior Captain Patrick Coffey thought that the team played really well and the game was a good end to the regular season.

“I think it was a great way to finish off the regular season and I love playing with these four seniors,” said Coffey.

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