Monday, February 13, 2012

New England Prep AAA+ Top Ten

Brewster's TJ Warren named a McDonald's All-American
Carl Lewis takes AAA-baton
1. Brewster Academy (24-0) - Won 79-71 at New Hampton on Friday night and then beat Northfield Mount Hermon 87-78 on Sunday to move to 24-0 on the season.  In the win over NMH, Jakarr Sampson led the way with 20pts, Aaron Thomas had 19, Semaj Christon went for 14pts + 11 dimes, Joe Bramanti scored 13, and Jalen Reynolds put up 10pts + 5 boards.  The undefeated Bobcats will look for #25 on Wednesday when they host St Thomas More.

2. Notre Dame Prep ( 20-6) - The Crusaders remain red-hot as they bested Winchendon and then South Kent over the weekend.  Looks like Ryan Hurd's club will be dancin' at the National Prep Championships in early March.

3. New Hampton (20-6) - Lost at home to Brewster on Friday night by a score of 79-71.  The Huskies will play MCI at home tomorrow before hosting the New Hampton Invitational this weekend.

4. Northfield Mount Hermon (23-4) - Won two last week over St Thomas More and Proctor Academy before dropping a tough one to Brewster on Sunday.  The Hoggers will play Vermont Academy on Wednesday.

5. St Thomas More (23-4) - Lost 76-70 to Northfield Mount Hermon last Wednesday before defeating West Point Prep 85-76 over the weekend.  Big one tomorrow as the Chancellors get a shot at Brewster.

6. Bridgton Academy (16-9) - Lost 88-82 to Maine Central Institute last Wednesday and then beat Winchendon 81-54 yesterday.  The Wolverines will face Lee Academy on Saturday.

7. South Kent (14-9) -  Kelvin Jefferson's squad lost 79-62 to Winchendon last Wednesday and then fell 92-79 to Notre Dame Prep over the weekend.  Maine Central Institute on the docket this Wednesday.

8. Lee Academy (19-7) - The Pandas will play Hebron Academy on Wednesday and then Bridgton on Saturday.

9. Maine Central Institute (10-12) -  Registered a nice 86-81 win over Bridgton last week for their 10th win of the season.  MCI will play New Hampton tomorrow and then South Kent on Wednesday.

10. Winchendon (7-17) - After beating South Kent 79-62 last Wednesday, Winchendon fell to Notre Dame Prep and Bridgton over the weekend.  They'll host St Thomas More on Wednesday.

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