West: Players of the Week and Top 10 boys’ and girls’ basketball teams


Sam Bohmiller
, Franklin: The senior point guard racked up 25 points and five assists to pace the Panthers to a 66-61 win over Taunton, a rival in the Hockomock League’s Kelly-Rex Division.

Kristin Fechtelkotter
, Medfield: The junior forward dropped in 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help lead the Warriors to a Tri-Valley League win over Hopkinton, 76-39.

Chris Murray
, Littleton: The Tigers received 32 points from their senior guard to beat Ayer-Shirley Regional High, 69-49, and continue their tear through the Midland Wachusett League’s D Division.

Infinity Thomas-Waheed
, Newton North: With 14 points and 19 rebounds, the Tigers’ junior forward sparked her team to a 51-37 win over Dedham.


Joey Westerman
, Maynard: The junior’s nine 3-point bombs paved the way for his 31-point night in a 74-50 win over Winchendon’s Murdock High on Tuesday.

Perry’s Top 10 boys’ teams

(Records through Tuesday, with next game listed)

1. Algonquin Regional (13-1); at Fitchburg, Tues., 7 p.m.

2. Newton North (11-2); vs. Brockton, Sun., 2

3. Milford (13-1); vs. Mansfield, Tues., 6:30

4. St. John’s High (9-3); at Burncoat High, Tues., 7

5. Wayland (11-2); vs. Concord-Carlisle, Tues., 5:30

6. Franklin (10-4); at Sharon, Tues., 6:30

7. Waltham (10-2); at Bedford, Tues., 5:30

8. Brookline (9-5); vs. Newton North, Tues., 4

9. Arlington Catholic (9-2); vs., Archbishop Williams, Tues., 6:30

10. Nashoba Regional (9-6); vs. Westborough, Tues., 7

Perry’s Top 10 girls’ teams

1. Newton North (13-1); vs. Brookline, Tues., 6:30 p.m.

2. Medfield (13-2); at Westwood, Tues., 6:30

3. Arlington Catholic (9-3); at Archbishop Williams, Tues., 6:30

4. Algonquin Regional (9-3); vs. Fitchburg, Tues., 7

5. Franklin (10-2); vs. Sharon, Tues., 6:30

6. Lexington (11-2); vs. Wakefield, Tues., 7

7. Nashoba Regional (11-2); vs. Westborough, Tues., 5

8. Wellesley (8-5); vs. Norwood, Tues., 6:30

9. Lincoln-Sudbury (8-4); vs. Boston Latin, Tues., 5:30

10. Ashland (8-5); at Westwood, Tues., 6:30`

Girls’ Game of the week

Arlington Catholic
at Archbishop Williams, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.:

When the Cougars travel to the Bishops’ Braintree campus on Tuesday, they will have a chance to avenge their 60-41 loss early last month. Following that defeat, Arlington Catholic (9-3) ripped off four straight wins. Led by senior do-it-all forward Maura Buckley and sophomore point guard Melissa Rogers, coach Dave Brady’s group is proving once again to be among the elite teams in the competitive Catholic Central Large.Phil Perry

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