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ST. JOSEPH 23, St. Patrick 8 , Saturday, November 17, 2012
ST. JOSEPH 26, St. Charles 12, Monday November 19. 2012
OLA 18, ST. JOSEPH 12 , Friday, November 30. 2012
ST. JOSEPH 31, St. Mary's (A) 28 (OT) , Saturday, December 1, 2012

In what turned out to be an edge-of-your-seat barnburner, St. Joe's hit 13 of 28 free throws to topple previously undefeated St. Mary's in overtime. Once again, Cameron Erickson (13 points) led the offensive charge with help from Conor Kelly (6 points, 11 rebounds), David Sulo (3 points, 2 steals), Amir Dottin (3 points, 3 assists), Nick Perrotta (3 points, 2 assists, 2 steals), Tenzin Urger (2 points, 4 steals, 4 rebounds) and Sam McInerney (1 point). Also making important contributions were Kamrin Evans (3 rebounds, 2 blocks), James Mawn (5 rebounds), William Christian (steal), Denzel Morinvil, Gavin Kelly, Jeremy Merveille (rebound, steal) and Ebuka Odom.

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St. Joseph’s clinches #1 playoff seed

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St. Joseph’s clinches #1 playoff seed


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The St. Joseph School 5/6th grade boys’ basketball team finished the 2011 regular season with a perfect 14-0 record, clinching the #1 seed in the upcoming Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League playoffs. The first playoff game is scheduled for February 19th at Malden Catholic High School (the time has yet to be determined).

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City Wide Basketball Program Registration

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City Wide Basketball Program Registration

City Wide Basketball Program Registration – In House Saturday Program (boys and girls) grades Kindergarten - 4th and CYO Basketball (boys and girls) grades 5th – 8th. Registration will be held Sunday on September 12th from 8:30am 11:30am at St. Joseph’s Social Center, 132 High Street. Additional information and registration forms can be obtained at www.eteams.com/sjsbasketball

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STATE TOURNAMENT PRELIMINARY GAME

 

St. Joseph (Wakefield) 41, St. Joseph (Medford) 35

In a game that lived up to its billing, two evenly matched teams went toe-to-toe for forty minutes with St. Joe’s of Wakefield (12-5) pulling out a seat-squirming victory over St. Joe’s of Medford (11-6) to clinch a state tournament bid. Standout point guard Sebastian Allien (6 points, 3 assists, 3 steals), center Jack Albanese (3 points, 2 rebounds, 2 blocks), forward Cameron Doyle (4 points, 3 rebounds) and team leader Gianfranco Colella (2 points, 3 assists) helped Medford jump out to a quick 12-5 lead before Wakefield rallied to tie the score at 14-14 at the half.  

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MIDDLESEX CESL PLAYOFFS

 

St. Joseph 35, St. Anthony 16
In one of their best played games of the year, St. Joe’s (11-4) blew open the quarterfinal contest against St. Anthony (9-6) early in the second half with a devastating 9-point run, and the reserves held the fort the rest of the way with a dominating performance. Standout guards Shawn Maloney (2 points, 3 rebounds, 5 assists) and Gianfranco Colella (6 points, 4 steals) set the tone early with several sensational passes and Cameron “Instant Offense” Doyle (season-high 7 points, 2 blocks), center Jack Albanese (2 points, 6 rebounds) and forward Patrick Kelly (4 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists) kept St. Joe’s in the lead with aggressive play at both ends of the court.  view picture slideshow

 

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Girls Basketball News - Jan 14 - 24th!

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CADETS (7TH-8TH GR.) SCHOOL TEAM

Coach/Asst.: Rick Harris/Kurt McLaughlin

 

WIN – This game on the 14th against St. Raphael’s of Medford resulted in a bell-ringing 44-19 win, with Erickson playing the boards with her usual tenacity and putting up 11, Donnelly playing with finesse to sink 10; McLellan using her toughness to make 8; Shanahan adding to her loyal defense and making 6; McLaughlin bringing her competitive spirit and putting up 5; Dunn staying reliable under the basket and sinking 2; and Doncaster using her dedication for 2.

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St. Joseph (10-4) concluded their regular season with a solid victory over a talented St. Anthony’s of Everett (8-4) and a hard-fought loss to St. Joseph’s of Wakefield (7-5). The Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League playoffs are slated to begin on February 13th at Malden Catholic High School. The tournament consists of a single-elimination format.

 

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In yet another barn-burner, St. Joe’s (9-3) pulled out their fourth come-from-behind victory against a tough Chevrus School (5-8) to remain amongst the leaders of the Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League. The regular season comes to a close this weekend with a 12:15 PM game Saturday at Pope John High School, Everett against St. Anthony (8-4), and a game Sunday at 4:15 PM versus St. Joseph of Wakefield at Northeast Vocational School. The playoffs are slated to begin on February 13th at Malden Catholic High School.

 

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In what is turning into a heated rivalry, St. Joe’s (8-3) fell to Immaculate Conception of Revere (10-1) in a back-and-forth affair that wasn’t decided until the waning seconds. Despite jumping out to an early lead, St. Joe’s substandard free-throw shooting and an inordinate amount of missed layups proved too much to overcome. With the Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League playoffs on the horizon (February 13th), both teams should be a handful for any playoff opponent.

 

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St. Joe’s handed St. Mary’s of Melrose (6-2) their second loss of the season in a grueling and highly entertaining back-and-forth slugfest. The hard-earned victory improves St. Joe’s record to 8-2 and keeps them amongst the leaders of the Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League.

 

St. Joseph 24, St. Mary’s 21
The tone was set right from the start with both teams employing a fierce man-to-man defense. St. Joe’s jumped out to a quick lead behind the frontcourt presence of center Jack Albanese (7 points, 3 rebounds) and swingman Patrick Kelly (6 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals). After St. Mary’s rallied to take the lead early in the second half, standout guards Gianfranco Colella (3 assists, 3 steals), Shawn Maloney (3 assists, 2 rebounds, 2 steals) and Cameron Doyle (5 points, 3 rebounds) led St. Joe’s to an 8-point run with some pinpoint passing and a series of slashing drives to the basket. Also providing a key spark were center Patrick Hurley (2 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals), power forward Michael Doyle (2 points, 4 rebounds) and guard Michael Frongillo (2 points, 2 steals). Not to be overlooked were Andrew Murphy, Evan Marks and Jeffrey Wang, who were outstanding defensively during the key, game-clinching St. Joe’s rally. Next up is an important grudge match with Immaculate Conception of Revere (8-1) on Thursday, January 21 at 4:30 PM. The game has all the makings of a real barn burner.

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Basketball News from the Girls’ School and CYO Teams7/8th Grade Teams, January 7-10, 2010:


WIN - The St. Joseph Girls’ Basketball team began their weekend play this past Thursday when the school team achieved a resounding win against St. Joseph School of Wakefield. The final score was 38-11 with points coming from a variety of players. Top scorer was Sarah Donnelly with 10 points, followed by Courtney Erickson’s 8. Tessa McLaughlin, Emily Patturelli and Kayla Harris all contributed 4 points each.

WIN - On Friday, the School team continued their winning streak with a 47-28 victory against St. Anthony’s of Everett. This physical game didn’t keep the St. Joe’s girls from scoring big, with Tessa McLaughlin putting up 18 points and Courtney Erickson dominating the boards for rebounds and putting up 13 points. Other contributors to the score were: Kayla Harris, Julie Dunn, Kati Raver, Emily Patturelli and Clare Doncaster.
 

WIN - The CYO team rounded out the weekend on Sunday with an extremely competitive and physical game against St. Adelaide’s of Peabody. The final score was 30-22 with Tessa McLaughlin making 16, Sarah Donnelly making 7 and Alyssa McLellan putting in 6. Olivia Zizza was instrumental in rebounding and defensive steals, while Alison Shanahan used her height to take back the ball at the boards and Emily Patturelli got aggressive on D. Speedy recovery is wished for Courtney Erickson, nursing a knee injury.
 

SCHOOL TEAM RECORD:     6-1       Coach/Asst.:      Rick Harris/ Kurt McLaughlin
CYO TEAM RECORD:            8-0       Coach/Asst.:      Kurt McLaughlin/ Rick Harris

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St. Joe’s returned to their winning ways with a solid victory over the Chevrus School to improve their record to 7-2 and remain amongst the leaders in the Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League.

 

St. Joseph 31, Chevrus School 19

The game featured a tenacious St. Joe’s man-to-man defensive lockdown. Jeffrey Wang, Patrick Hurley, Evan Marks, Michael Doyle, Andrew Murphy and Michael Frongillo kept the pressure on with tremendous grit and hustle while the usual cast of characters provided the offensive punch. As they have done all year, standout guard Sebastian Allien (8 points, 4 assists, 5 steals), sharpshooter Shawn Maloney (8 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals), sparkplug Patrick Kelly (4 points, 3 assists, 3 rebounds), whirling dervish Cameron Doyle (5 points, 2 blocks) and chairman-of-the-boards Jack Albanese (4 points, 4 rebounds) consistently came up with the big baskets when their team needed it most.

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St. Joe’s saw their record fall to 6-2 as St. Ray’s (7-0) utilized a late-game barrage to sprint to the victory. With a second-half schedule loaded with quality opponents, and having already clinched a playoff birth, the upcoming games should serve as a good barometer of St. Joe’s playoff potential.

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St. Joe’s entered the Christmas break on a high note with a convincing conquest against St. Charles of Woburn to remain amongst the leaders of the Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League with a 6-1 record.

 

St. Joseph 39, St. Charles 11
Once again, St. Joe’s showcased a relentless fast-break offense and an airtight zone defense to coast to the victory. With leading scorer Sebastian Allien sidelined with an ankle injury, standout guard Gianfranco Colella (4 points, 4 assists, 3 steals), Shawn Maloney (2 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists) and Patrick Kelly (8 points, 3 rebounds, 4 assists) spearheaded a team-wide unselfish passing attack which resulted in countless uncontested lay-ups. Also playing pivotal roles in the win were versatile swing man Michael Frongillo (6 points, 2 rebounds), centers Patrick Hurley (4 points, 2 blocks) and Michael Doyle (4 points, 5 rebounds), and forwards Jack Albanese (5 points, 3 rebounds), Andrew Murphy (4 points, 4 rebounds) and Cameron Doyle (2 points, 2 blocks).

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This week’s action saw St. Joe’s notch a heart-palpitating victory against St. Mary’s as well as post a one-sided win versus St. Patrick’s. The victories improve St. Joe’s record to 5-1 in the Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League as they remain amongst the league leaders.

 

St. Joseph 25, St. Mary (Melrose) 24
In yet another seat-squirmer, St. Joe’s withstood a furious rally and watched with bated breath as a desperation St. Mary heave at the buzzer fell just short. St. Joe’s was led offensively by standout guards Sebastian Allien (11 points, 5 steals, 3 assists) and Gianfranco Colella (6 points, 2 assists), and the rugged inside play of Patrick Hurley (4 rebounds, 3 blocks), Andrew Murphy (3 rebounds, 2 blocks) and Jack Albanese (3 points, 5 rebounds). Also providing a spark were Michael Frongillo (2 points, 2 rebounds), Shawn Maloney (game-winning free throw) and Evan Marks (2 rebounds).

 

St. Joseph 31, St. Patrick (Stoneham) 9
Shawn Maloney (3 assists, 2 steals), Patrick Kelly (2 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds) and Gianfranco Colella (5 points, 3 assists) showcased a lethal passing attack as St. Joe’s jumped out to a quick lead and cruised to the win. Beneficiaries of the team-wide unselfish play were rising star Jack Albanese (10 points, 5 rebounds) and standout guard Sebastian Allien (6 points, 6 steals). Also, forward Jeffrey Huang (2 points, 2 assists) and guard Evan Marks played their best game of the year.
 

BOYS SENIOR TEAM (7th/8th grade)

St. Joe’s closed out the week with a solid victory against St. Mary’s and a heart-wrenching defeat to St. Agnes as they remain bunched up in the middle of the pack with a 3-3 record in the Middlesex Catholic Elementary League.

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A BIG CONGRATULATIONS TO BOTH OF OUR GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS.THE 5th & 6th GRADE TEAM AND THE 7 & 8TH GRADE TEAM ARE UNDEFEATED!!!
Come and cheer our girls on as they play against St. Marys on Thursday, DEC. 10th
starting at 6:45. GO GIRLS!!!

St. Joe’s Senior's topples IC in overtime thriller

The St. Joseph School Senior Division (7th/8th grade) basketball team improved their record to 2-1 in the Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League with a nail-biting 50-48 overtime victory over Immaculate Conception (IC) of Revere.

St. Joe’s withstood a furious rally which saw IC come back from a 6-point late-game deficit to tie the score on a free throw with one-tenths of a second left in regulation. In the overtime, St. Joe’s again jumped out to a 6-point lead only to see IC make another run, but fall short.
The highly entertaining and well-played game featured some clutch shooting and heroic play from both the St. Joe’s starters and reserves. John Ferrara (9 points, 8 rebounds, 5 blocks) and Steve DiMauro (6 points, 5 rebounds) were an inside force while Bobby Rockland (10 points, 4 assists, 2 steals) and Patrick McTague (12 points, 3 assists) ran a high-octane fast break and ball-hawking defense. Also making a big impact with sensational play were Connor MacIsaac (4 points, 5 rebounds) and Philip Kelly (4 rebounds, 3 steals).

St. Joe’s Juniors post comeback winThe St. Joseph Junior Division (5th/6th grade) team overcame an early deficit to post a dramatic come-from-behind 26-23 win over St. Anthony’s of Everett, improving their record to 3-1 in the Middlesex Catholic Elementary School League. Despite falling behind 9-0 and struggling to generate any offense, St. Joe’s utilized a late first-half surge, spearheaded by Jack Albanese (5 points, 4 rebounds) and Gianfranco Colella (6 points, 2 assists) to get back in the game.
In the second half, team leader Sebastian Allien (9 points, 4 assists, 3 steals) utilized his speed and quickness to keep St. Joe’s alive with a series of slashing lay-ups. With both teams exchanging baskets and the game up for grabs, Patrick Kelly (4 points, 5 rebounds), Shawn Maloney (2 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals) and Michael Doyle (4 rebounds, 2 blocks) provided a much-needed spark to give St. Joe’s the lead for good. To St. Anthony’s credit, they battled back to keep the outcome in doubt until the final buzzer sounded.

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