Suozzo gets point for TF Moran in win

Boys Grades 3-4

TF Moran 12,

Adina Day Spa 9

Joey Suozzo ran the point well and scored a pair for the winners. Pierce Connolly netted eight and Jack Bergeron had two points in the win.

LAER-Beauchemin 20, Learning Adventures 10

Joseph Leland, Alex Stewart, Camden Santos and Dominic Juric were all over the floor defensively for the winners.

Juric led the way on offense with 16 points, while Santos and Jackson Jodoin also scored. Paxton Vittengil and Tobias Summers played strong games as well.

For Learning Adventures, Brayden Calkins led scoring with six, followed by Japmeet Singh and Camden Dubois. Graham Chmielecki and Adan Damania played shut-down defense, and Alex Ferrari, Henry Fine, Gavin McConnell and Archie Jackson worked hard on the backboards.

Boys Grades 5-6

Medical Eye Center 37, Mavericks 17

Carter Crowley drove the Mavs offense with 11 points and several forced turnovers. Ryan Schneller was a force on the boards and Sam Doty made many assists while chipping in 4 points. Medical Eye Center was led by the monster game from RJ Proulx on both ends.

Peter Suozzo was a force underneath while Elie Nasir hit a key basket to help the winners pull away.

Girls Grades 3-4

Bedford FOR 14,

Medical Eye Center 4

Emerson LaRochelle led Bedford Friends of Rec with a season-high 8 points. Emma Conway, Nikkita Kamineni and Julia Small also scored. The victory was a true team win, as passing from Clara Baines, Rylee Reed and Colleen Sullivan led to hoops, while Mae Davis played great defense, and both Aruna Ghanta and Juliet O’Donnell were strong on the boards.

Elliott Orthodontics 14, LAER Beauchemin 12

LAER Beauchemin got eight points from Ryan Burke and four from Grace Carey in a gritty


Bernstein & Mello Law 12, Carlsen Systems 8

Zoe Bernstein had a clutch basket and two big free throws for the winners.

Sarah Merhalski added a pair of big hoops. Paige Gabriel and Lucia Baldi scored off assists from Abbie Lafortune and Addie Wallat while BBL Blast Long shot champion Lexi Murphy played a superb all-around game.

Girls 7/8 Grade

Hollis Brookline 20,

Mega-X 18

Gaby El-Chafoun scored six points for Mega-X, which trailed 18-14 but tied things up late. Kendal Joyce had two big first-half buckets.

Maddy Papik, Grace Krueger and Isabella Harrington all scored.