HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Tommy Burke leads Hull boys basketball to crucial OT win over EB

The Hull High boys basketball team stood at No. 29 in Division 4 in the latest MIAA tournament power rankings.

Tuesday's 58-55 win over East Bridgewater is sure to help those tournament hopes. The Pirates (4-10) took down the Vikings (No. 21 in Div. 3) in overtime behind a career-high 20 points from Tommy Burke.

Tyler Sordillo (17 points) and John Gianibas (10) also contributed to the win.

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Dylan Kaplinger had a double-double in the loss with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Aidan Toomey scored 14 points and Aiden Flaherty added 8 points and 13 rebounds.

Hull's Tommy Burke, right, passes as Rockland's Tremaine Perryman, left, defends during boys basketball at Hull High School, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022.
Hull's Tommy Burke, right, passes as Rockland's Tremaine Perryman, left, defends during boys basketball at Hull High School, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022.

In other high school action on Tuesday:


Blue Hills 59, Diman 48: The Warriors (8-5) picked up their sixth consecutive win thanks to strong play from freshmen Jaia Gonzalez and Tyler Anderson.

Abington 67, Rockland 61: Michael Moriarty scored 33 points in the loss. Connor Pease had a double-double (20 points, 14 rebounds) in the win and Kingston Maxwell added 17.

Archbishop Williams 67, Boston Latin Academy 61: Tristan Rodriguez (18 points) and Josh Campbell (14 points, 10 rebounds) led the way for the Bishops (13-0).

Pembroke 69, Plymouth South 52: Brady Spencer (25 points), Joey Dwyer (20) and Devanti Perry (14) led the way for the Titans (7-7).

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BC High 80, Saint John's 59: The Eagles won the Catholic Conference game.

Braintree 54, Milton 44: Sophomore Omar Ghneim scored 10 points as the Wamps won the Bay State Conference battle.

Norwell 45, Cohasset 33: The Skippers fall to 6-8.

Marshfield 61, Duxbury 57: James Molloy led the Rams with 18 points while Duxbury's Trevor Jones scored a game-high 20 points. Jon Bain added 12 for Marshfield.

Plymouth North 54, Hingham 47: Nick Marcel and Ivan Darko each finished with 16 points in the win.

North Quincy 53, Scituate 39: Zach Taylor (18 points, 8 rebounds), Dylan Clifford (11 points, 11 rebounds) and Alex Pham (8 points) led the way for the Raiders (11-4). Michael Porter scored 20 points in the loss.

South Shore Tech 55, Cape Cod Tech 44: Jesse Lyons (20 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists) and Brandon LaFleur (19 points, 6 assists) led the way for the Vikings.

Franklin 71, Stoughton 60: Eli Conner (14 points) and Obi Dike (12) played well in the loss.

Whitman-Hanson 77, Silver Lake 33: Sophomore Dylan Perreault scored 11 points for the Panthers (10-5).

Randolph 67, Carver 51: Isaiah Michel and Dylan Swinton each scored 16 points for the Blue Devils. Tyler Lennox had a game-high 24 points in the loss.

Milford 60, Oliver Ames 37: The Tigers dropped the Hockomock League game.

Hanover 73, Quincy 44: The Hawks (7-6) won the Patriot League game behind 19 points from Charlie Carroll. Tyler Vincent and Jake Peterson both had 10 points.

Needham 74, Weymouth 47: The Wildcats dropped the Bay State Conference game. Edric Louisaint scored 15 points.


South Shore Tech 41, Cape Cod Tech 32: Mia Bradshaw starred for the Vikings (12-2) with 20 points and 15 rebounds. Zoey Bradshaw and Mari Demaggio played well defensively.

Blue Hills 29, Diman 28: Keira McMartin (8 points) and Kathleen Murphy (7 points, 11 rebounds) played well for the Warriors (12-2).

Pembroke 54, Plymouth South 36: The Titans (10-5) clinched a tournament spot with the win. Seniors Deanna Linscott (12 points), Emma Baronas (8), Ashlynn Gallagher (2) and Maddie Meeks (rebounding and defense) starred on Senior Night.

Franklin 65, Stoughton 35: The Black Knights dropped the Hockomock League game.

Bishop Fenwick 53, Archbishop Williams 46: Eliana Jackson (20 points) and Elise Carter (13) led the Bishops (9-5) in the loss.

Rockland 58, Abington 26: Zariah Ottley scored a game-high 20 points for the Bulldogs (12-2). Maddy Hermenau and Maggie Elie (7 rebounds, 5 assists) both scored 8 points. Sydney Blaney added 9. The Green Wave fall to 8-8.

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Braintree 50, Milton 33: Sophie DeAngelis (11 points), Francesca Mazzini (10) and Jamie Kiser (9) led the way for the Wamps. Stephanie Needham scored 11 for the Wildcats.

Marshfield 40, Duxbury 36: The Rams improve to 8-6. Lyla Peters scored 10 points in the loss while Skye Cerow had 9 points.

East Bridgewater 51, Hull 28: Phoebe Katilus (10 points), Jessica Long (9) and Reese Neale (8) led the way for the Vikings (9-7).

Hanover 44, Quincy 37: The Hawks defeated the Presidents (12-2) in the Patriot League game. Cam Bradford led Hanover with 15 points, and Mary Kate Flynn had a double-double (11 points, 14 rebounds).

Plymouth North 50, Hingham 45: Colette Hanney scored a game-high 15 points in the loss.

Scituate 48, North Quincy 36: The Sailors won the Patriot League game. Ava Bryan scored 14 points for NQ, and Jillian Jaehnig added 11.

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Weymouth 42, Needham 40: Meg Doyle had a triple-double (19 points, 12 rebonds, 10 steals) in the win. Larissa Gilberto and Ainsley Weber each scored 7 points.

Whitman-Hanson 57, Silver Lake 44: Caitlin Leahy (13 points), Jenna Mishou (12), Lillie MacKinnon (11) and Kennedy Frazier (11) all finished in double figures as the Panthers (10-5) locked up a tournament spot.

Norwell 48, Cohasset 32: Chloe Richardson (15 points), Maddie Oliver (14) and Sara Cashin (11) led the way for the Clippers (13-2). Sarah Chenette scored 16 points for Cohasset, and Laney Larsen added 9.

Southeastern 48, Tri-County 28: The Hawks won the Mayflower League game.

Oliver Ames 66, Milford 26: Kaydance Derba scored a team-high 13 points for the Tigers while Sarah Hilliard added 12. Kamryn Derba added 11 points and Maddie Homer had 6 points and 10 rebounds.

Brockton 75, TechBoston 40: Sunali Carter (12 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals) and Tajeiha Madison (12 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals) starred for the Boxers (9-5). Navaeh King added 11 points and 4 rebounds, and Ngozi Nwosu (8 points, 7 rebounds), Naveiha Madison (8 points), Ashya Dingle (6 points, 2 rebounds, 6 assists, 4 steals) also contributed.


Franklin 4, Archbishop Williams 3 (OT): The Bishops lost in overtime. Finn Kelly scored two goals.

This article originally appeared on The Patriot Ledger: HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Tuesday's South Shore scores and highlights