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THE LYNNFIELD ADVOCATE
– Friday, March 17, 2017
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Watertown clips Pioneers basketball team in D-2 North semifinal game
Another season ends with another long postseason run
~ Saugus-Lynnfield Youth Hockey ~
Northshore Stars Mites 1 Crowned League Champs
O
n Sunday the Northshore
Stars Mite 1 team capped
of an excellent season with
a win in the Mite 1 North AA
WhiteDivision at theHaverhill
Valley Forum. The Stars faced
off against a talented Dan-
vers squad, and both teams
went into the second period
scoreless.
Andrew Carbone broke the
ice for the Stars threeminutes
into the first period, capital-
izing on an assist from Scott
Crabtree. Declan Desche-
neaux followed up just min-
utes later with a re-direct goal
toput the Stars upby two. The
Starsheaded into the thirdpe-
riodupby two, but verymuch
aware that the game was not
in hand. Seven minutes into
the third period, Scott Crab-
tree corralled a loose puck
off a face off in the Danvers
Point guard Billy Arsenault leady the Pioneers offense against
Watertown last Wednesday, netting 19 points.
(Advocate file photo)
By Joe Mitchell
T
he Lynnfield High School
boys’ basketball team (18-
5, fourth seed) won’t be play-
ing in the Division 3 North fi-
nal game this year after getting
bounced byWatertown (21-2),
the top seed, in a North semi-
final game, 58-46, on March 8.
The Raiders went on to beat
Bedford (17-5, sixth seed) in
theNorth finals, 59-52, last Sat-
urday.
Ironically, it was Bedford that
eliminated the Pioneers in last
year’s sectional final. Water-
town, however, lost toHanover
in a state semifinal game at the
TDGarden, 46-40, onMarch 13.
It’s small consolation for the
Lynnfield boys, who wanted
the opportunity to avenge last
year’s North final result.
Coach Scott MacKenzie’s
crewdid its best to stay close to
the No. 1 seed. It was a defen-
sive struggle throughout. Lyn-
nfield was losing by only nine
after three quarters, 35-29. It
was a ridiculously low-scoring
game for teams that are noted
for their offensive exploits.
Lynnfield’s Big Three of Bil-
ly Arsenault, Mike Carangelo
and Louis Ellis, like everybody
else, had trouble getting start-
ed offensively. But in the fourth
quarter, they started toheat up.
They scored 20 points in the fi-
nal frame, only to be still out-
scored by their worthy foes by
three.
Arsenault, Lynnfield’s dy-
namic point guard, was a thorn
in Watertown’s side through-
out, andendedupas the team’s
top scorer with 19 points. Ellis
was theonlyother Pioneerwho
finished in double digits with
12. Carangelo chipped in with
eight. Zachary Shone collect-
ed five points, and Bryant Dana
was credited with two.
The Raiders controlled the
boards, getting second chanc-
es at their end of the court,
while maintaining possession
for 20-plus seconds at a clip. No
matter howyou sliced it, the Pi-
oneers hadno chancewith that
strategy – employed byWater-
town’s legendary coach Steve
Harrington.
But an 18-win season can’t
be overlooked, when analyz-
ing the entire schedule, and
back-to-back campaigns that
stretched into March is some-
thing that many teams strive
for, but fewachieve throughout
the three-month ordeal.
Pictured in theback rowareCoachesTimFlynn, DennisWright andMattHealey. Shown in the
front row: ChloeCrabtree,Matt Smith, BrendanFlynn, AndrewCarbone, Scott Crabtree, Sam
Curley, BrendanDriscoll, Nick Kelter, JoshHealey, DeclanDescheneaux and ConnorWright.
HOCKEY
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