Saturday, January 28, 2012

NEPSAC Class A: The Big Eight

Although they fell to Cushing today, hard chargin' Samuel Dingba & Salisbury are 12-3 & a favorite headin' into the Class A home-stretch
 NEPSAC Class A: Big February ahead
1) Choate (11-2) - - Won 66-39 over Gunnery this week for their 11th win.  They'll play Kingswood-Oxford and Trinity Pawling this week. 

2) Salisbury (12-3) - Beat West Point Prep and Westminster this week before dropping an 80-67 decision to Cushing earlier today in a contest in which sophomore forward Chris McCullough led the scoring for the Knights with 19 while senior combo guard Brandon Hedley added 11.  Jeff Ruskin's club will next be in action on Tuesday against a hot Canterbury ball-club. 

3) Tabor (11-5) - The Seawolves will return to action on Wednesday against Phillips Exeter after having been off this week.

4) Belmont Hill (9-7) - Got a big 59-51 win over Phillips Exeter earlier in the week and then picked up another dub over St Sebastians on Friday.  Tough week ahead as they'll face St Marks and Roxbury Latin.

5) Phillips Exeter (9-5) - Jay Tilton's team went 2-1 this past week, losing to Belmont Hill in between victories over Proctor Academy and St Paul's.  They'll have their hands full this week as they face Brooks and Tabor.

6. Kent School (8-4) - (8-4) - Lost 66-52 to Hotchkiss on Thursday.  They are set to face to face the Masters School tomorrow. 

7. Taft (9-7) - Lost to Canterbury on Friday in between wins over Berwick Academy on Wednesday and Trinity Pawling earlier today.  They'll play Hotchkiss this Wednesday.

8. Phillips Andover (6-9) -- After an overtime victory over Deerfield last Sunday, Andover lost 79-61 to Cushing during the week and then fell to Worcester Academy earlier today. 

8. Milton Academy (7-7) - Got a 64-55 win over the Middlesex School during the week.  They'll play Brimmer and May tomorrow and Brooks this week.

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