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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Game (s) of the night

SPORTS

The state wrestling dual meet tourney cranks into high gear with four area matches tonight:

* At Framingham, the Flyers (16-3-1) will host Waltham (15-9) in a Division 1 Central semifinal (6 p.m.)

* At Bolton, first-time Mid-Wach champ Nashoba (19-2-1) welcomes in Lincoln-Sudbury (16-8) in a Division 2 Central semifinal(6:30 p.m.).

* At Marlborough, the Panthers (17-5-0) host perennial power Franklin(20-7-1) in a Divsion 2 Central semifinal (8 p.m.)

* At Wayland, the defending Division 3 state champion Warriors (20-1) face Quincy Upper (17-7) in a D3 Central semifinal (7 p.m.)

On the court:
* St. Mark's senior center Rachael Ogundiran enters this afternoon's game against visiting Brooks (4:30 p.m.) just 1 point shy of 1,000 for her three-year career. She will be the first female at the Southborough prep school to reach the milestone.

* The Framingham girls' basketball team (12-7) will tap off against Billerica in the finals of the Framingham Invitational tonight at 7.

* The Ashland girls' basketball team (12-7) faces host Walpole in the championship game of the Rebel Classic tonight at 7.

Perfect finish:
* The Bentley men's basketball team capped a perfect 26-0 regular season with an 82-71 victory over Northeast-10 rival Assumption last night in Worcester. Check out my game recap in today's Globe.

-- Craig Larson


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