Kittler's 12 Points Help St. Mary's to Narrow Adams PAL Win

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ADAMS, Mass. -- Results Sunday in the Adams PAL Basketball High School Division:
St Mary’s 41, Charles Phykitt 39
St. Mary’s: Ryan Charon nine points, Alex Rondeau one point, Derek Alibozek four points, Ethan Nardin four points, Ben Kittler 12 points, Bailey Trumble six points, Robert Monsees six points. Charles Phykitt: Josh Pachecano 14 points, Josh Meczywor two points, Jake Galipoe nine points, Dillon LaCasse 10 points, Bailey Alcombright two points.
Pizza Jim’s 45, Adams Community Bank 28
Adams Community Bank: Chris McLear two points, Terrell Chao six points, Josh Brazeau four points, Zach Zaleski six points, Travis Dozier 10 points. Pizza Jim’s: Kyle Patch 16 points, Brady Larkin five points, Devin Griswald 18 points, Andrew Levesque six points.
Adams Police 39, Knights of Columbus 33
Adams Police: Matt Jette two points, Nate White 21 points, Adam Kurowski four points, Matt McCarron six points, Matt LeSage two points, Devin Kogut two points. Knights of Columbus: Mike White 12 points, Unique Dudley six points, Josh Rand two points, Joe Degere eight points, Paolo Kareh five points.
Play continues Sunday with three games, starting with St. Mary’s (6-2) against Pizza Jim’s (7-1) at 12:30. Adams Community Bank (5-3) faces Adams Police (2-6), and Charles Phykitt (1-7) plays Knights of Columbus (3-5) in the other two games.

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