Warriors Finish League Play With 2 Wins

Needham- The Warriors were defeated Friday night by just one point on a last second shot by Needham Center John Madsen (15 pts. 5 boards). Click below for The Needham Channel coverage and final play. The Warriors fall to 8-4 and drop to second place in The Bay State League behind rival Newton North. Brookline looks to get back on track this Friday at Natick High School. Brookline vs. Needham Final Play The Brookline Warriors finished up league play with back-to-back victories over Framingham and Weymouth to bring their Bay State record to 11-5. They head into vacation week and the final two games of the regular season with a 13-6 record overall. Thursday night was Senior night, viagra buy with 9 seniors honored in a pre-game ceremony: Jack Levine, Arinze Obiora, Jack Moyer, Nathaniel Bekele, Dan Gittelman-Egan, Tyler Patterson, J.C. Casillo, Eoin Walsh, and Anthony King. The game was an exciting one, with Brookline outlasting a stubborn Flyer squad in double overtime, 90-82. Three Warriors broke the 20 point mark: Patterson (24), Ronan Schwarz (22) and Moyer (21). The following afternoon, Brookline traveled to Weymouth for a matinee and came away with a 64-35 victory. Patterson led with 19 points. Obiora added 12. Brookline finishes up their regular season with 2 home games over vacation week: Tuesday, 2/17, vs. Lexington at 5:00, and Wednesday, 2/18, vs. King Philip at 6:00. Then the Warriors will await their state tournament fate, with seedings and pairings being announced at the end of the week. Watch this space for up-to-date state tournament information.