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THE MALDEN ADVOCATE
- Friday, March 17, 2017
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PIONEER CHARTER
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Accepting applications for 2017-2018 Open to ALL Massachusetts Residents
2016 MCAS & PARCC District Rankings
for PCSS I or PCSS II
3rd Place – Grade 10 Math
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2016 District Student Growth Rankings
1st Place - Grade 8 & Grade 10 Math
3rd Place - Grade 7 English & Math
MALDEN NEIGHBORHOOD BASKETBALL LEAGUE THIS WEEK
Saturday, March
11 at Ferryway
Game 1 – Bullets 66, Celt-
ics 59
A 19-12 early lead in the 1
st
quarter helped the Bullets cap-
ture the 2
nd
spot this year on
their way back to the madness.
“LeagueMVP candidate”C. Bas-
tien had 25 in this one as A. Se-
quar, also a “League MVP can-
didate,” had 15 for the Green. It
was “Rookie of the Year Candi-
date”N. Daniel leading the way
with 26 and “League MVP can-
didate” M. Alexis adding 12 as
they got the 3
rd
slot in the play-
offs and will play the Bullets
again this Saturday in Round 1
at 2:30 p.m.
Game 2 – Sonics 58, Kings
27
It was a face offof the cousins
as Gary bestedChris once again
this season and the Sonics took
the top spot in the 2017 MNBL
Season. “League MVP candi-
date” & “Rookie Candidate” J.
Monteiro had 16; M. Silva, 12; &
C. Belfleur chipped inwith 10; 2
points in the 1
st
and 6 in the 4
th
is a recipe for a long day and a
loss, as only H. Mohammedwas
able to break double digits in
this game for the Kings, with 17
on the day.
Sunday, March 12
at Ferryway
Game 1 – Sixers 85, Hawks
56
The Sixers lit it up on their
way back to the playoffs by hav-
ing four get into double-dig-
it scoring on a depleted Hawks
squad, who played with four
again. N. Turner (29), B. Del-
phonse (26), M. Callinan (14)
and A. Ulysses (10) fueled the
boys in Red. “League MVP can-
didate” X. Sorrano had a week-
end-high 33 as A. Alterio had a
nice game as well with 15.
Game 2 – Bullets 62, Kings
54
The Bullets sealed their sea-
son with a win over the team
that beat them in last year’s Fi-
nals, as your defending champi-
ons had a season they hope to
forget immediately –
no
Kings
team has ever lost 12 straight
before 2017. The Bullets, who
are returning to the madness,
were led by “League MVP can-
didate” A. Sequar (13), also
“LeagueMVP candidate”C. Bas-
tien (12); “Buckets”Bouley add-
ed 10 for the Blue. The Kings,
who played a decent game to
end their season, were led by
Senior M. Cherif, who showed
up and dropped a game-high
20 in his final game of the sea-
son. The Kings will have the 2
nd
pick next season in hopes of re-
building the almighty.
Game 3 – Celtics 61, Pis-
tons 44
The Emerald Green cruised
into the madness on a strong
note with “League MVP candi-
date”M. Alexis scoring a game-
high 30; he got some help
from K. Kelly with 10. The Pis-
tons, who were an up-and-
down team this year, were also
up and down during the game
– had just 8 points in the 1
st
&
3
rd
quarters, which didn’t help
their chances. But theywere led
by A. Elbahlawan with 19 and
M. Niboh with 14 – the same
two players who got better ev-
ery week.
Malden
students
among
UW-Madison
winter
graduates
A
n estimated 1,073 students
at all levels (bachelor’s,mas-
ter’s, doctoral and profession-
al) participated in the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin-Madison’s
winter commencement cere-
mony, whichwas held on Sun-
day, Dec. 18, 2016, at the Kohl
Center. Among themwas Mal-
den student George Spracklin,
of the College of Agriculture &
Life Science –Doctor of Philos-
ophy, Genetics.
Capt. James A. Lovell, Jr.,
one of only 24 people to go to
the moon and back, delivered
the commencement address.
Lovell attended UW-Madison
for two years, participating in
the university’s Naval Reserve
Officers’Training Corps before
hewas accepted to theU.S. Na-
val Academy, where he gradu-
ated with a bachelor’s degree
in 1952.
For more information about
UW-Madison, visit http://www.
wisc.edu.