ADAMS, Mass. -- Results from Week 9 of the Adams Police Athletic League’s high school division:
St Mary’s 55, Pizza Jims 52
St Mary’s: Ryan Charon 18 points, Alex Rondeau seven points, Derek Alibozek three points, Ethan Howland four points, Ben Kittler seven points, Bailey Trumble two points, Robert Monsees 14 points. Pizza Jim’s: Kyle Patch 14 poitns, Brady Larkin 10 points, Colby Benoit two points, Devin Griswald 23 points.
Adams Community Bank 47, Adams Police 28
Adams Community Bank: Chris McLear seven points, Terrell Chao five points, Josh Brazeau 11 points, Dan Gamari two points, Zach Zaleski 12 points, Travis Dozier nine points. Adams Police: Matt Jette eight points, Nate White five points, Adam Kurowski three points, Matt McCarron eight points, Matt LeSage nine pts, Devin Kogut five points.
Charles Phykitt 52, Knights of Columbus 44
Charles Phykitt: Braidee Greene, Mike Wojtaszek two points, Josh Pachecano 14 points, Josh Meczywor 11 points, Keagan Borrows four points, Jake Galipoe two points, Dillon LaCasse seven points, Cole Stevens two points, Bailey Alcombright 10 points. Knights of Columbus: Mike White six points, Unique Dudley 23 points, Josh Rand three points, Joe Degere, Joe Malloy, Paolo Kareh four points, Justin McGovern seven points.
Games Sunday, March 11: 12:30 p.m., Knights of Columbus (3-6) vs. Adams Community Bank (6-3); 1:30, Charles Phykitt (2-7) vs. Pizza Jim’s (7-2); 2:30, Adams Police (2-7) vs. St Mary’s (7-2).
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