The Massachusetts Basketball Coaches Association has named Shiraz Mumtaz to the South section boys’ basketball all-academic team. This award is given to players who combine excellence on the court with high achievement in the classroom, and is a great reflection on Brookline HS, the boys basketball program, and, most of all, Shiraz himself. Congratulations!
For the first time, Brookline has entered a team in the Westwood spring league. All returning players in the program who are not playing spring sports are eligible. Click on the link below to see the schedule. All games are played at Westwood High School.
Elijah Rogers was one of only 25 players statewide named to the ESPN Boston All-State team, while Obi Obiora was named to the state’s All-Defensive team. Congratulations to both players.
3 Brookline Warriors received postseason recognition from the Bay State League coaches:
First Team All-League:
Elijah Rogers and Obi Obiora
To All Brookline Warriors Basketball fans:
> We’d like send a sincere thank you to BHS students, staff, and alumni, and to other members of the Brookline community, for all your support this past basketball season, especially during the state tournament. The amount of people who were able to make the long treks to New Bedford and Marshfield was phenomenal, and you all played a huge part in those victories. Those crowds, though, were dwarfed by what we had at UMass-Boston for the Mansfield game. Although the result was disappointing, our crowd was so impressive and so inspiring, and showed in the best way the spirit of Brookline High School and of the town of Brookline. Thank you again for your support. It meant the world to us. And don’t forget, we’ll be back stronger than ever next season. Go Warriors!
Elijah Rogers lead all scorers with a dazzling 21 pts. Lake Berry added 11 pts including three 3pt shots.
Brookline will face #1 in the state Mansfield at UMass Boston this Tuesday night @ 7:30.
Go in depth with ESPN BOSTON recap from Brendan Hall.
The Warriors and Coach Day starting to get some attention after the first round playoff blowout at New Bedford. Brendan Hall of ESPN Boston has a pretty good grasp on the Boston high school basketball scene and he has taken notice that the Warriors are for real.
Warrior Nation will be hitting the road again this Saturday after Marshfield was able to sneak past Brockton 69-65 in their first round home playoff matchup. Marshfield the #4 seed in Division 1 south finished the regular season at 14-4 and won the ACL conference. The Warriors (#12 seed) got their playoff run started with a 29 point drubbing of NewBedford on Thursday night.
Game Tips Off at 5pm sharp this Saturday March 2nd at Marshfield High School
Get There Early It’s Gonna Be a Full House!
The Brookline Boys Basketball team will travel to New Bedford on Thursday, February 28th to battle the Whalers in their first game of the Massachusetts State Basketball Tournament. Tip off is at 7:00 PM at New Bedford High School.
Click link below for tournament bracket: