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slides: Power Pack: High School Rankings - Boys Basketball

Monday, February 17, 2014

 

The final week of the regular season is here and the Power Pack is still changing! Find out which team is rising and falling this week. Also could St. Peter-Marian maintain their top spot with St. John's breathing down their necks? Find out that and more in this week's Power Pack.

 

Related Slideshow: Power Pack: High School Rankings - Boys Basketball 2/17/14

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10. Clinton

Record: 16-3, 10-0

Points Per Game: 74.5 Points Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 56.0 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Brendan Kittredge - 19.0 PPG

Despite a bad loss to Maynard, 70-66 on Friday, Clinton stays in the Power Pack. The Gales Brendan Kittredge is one of the leading scorers in Central Mass and will look to get his team back on track in their final game this Monday against Westborough.

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9. Burncoat

Record: 12-6, 4-2

Points Per Game: 57.3 Points Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 50.2 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Zehmier Brown - 12.5 PPG

The Patriots hold their spot in the Power Pack with only one game remaining on their regular season schedule. A balanced offensive attack has Burncoat playing their best basketball late in the season.

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8. Northbridge

Record: 16-3, 13-3

Points Per Game: 62.6 Points Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 45.9 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Antonio Becerril - 16.1 PPG

The Rams continue to pile-up late-season wins, rolling through eight straight opponents. Antonio Becerril has carried his team through the later part of the schedule and has them poised to make a postseason run.

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7. Sutton

Record: 19-1, 10-0

Points Per Game: 55.6 Points Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 42.1 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Richard Harrington - 12.1 PPG

Sutton closed out their regular season on Sunday with a dominant 79-31 win over North Brookfield, capping a phenomenal regular season for the Sammies. Their top-five scoring defense led them throughout the year along with a great balanced attack  

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6. Wachusett

Record: 15-4, 7-2

Points Per Game: 56.7 Points Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 51.3 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Tyler Dion - 16.4 PPG

The Mountaineers took another tough late-season loss, falling to (2)St. John's last week. That saw Wachusett fall out of the top-five in the Power Pack for the first time since the early season.

They did pick-up a 65-46 win over Algonquin on Sunday and still have to face Brockton before finishing their regular season.

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5. Quaboag

Record: 19-1, 16-0

Points Per Game: 57.5 Points Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 41.1 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Jake Wisniewski - 22.1 PPG

Quaboag has finished their regular season with an amazing 19-1 record following back-to-back wins over David Prouty to close out the season. The Cougars still could move up the Power Pack with some help from (2)St. John's, but sit comfortably in the top-five of the Power Pack with the regular season behind them. 

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4. Fitchburg

Record: 14-3, 7-2

Points Per Game: 62.2 Pointe Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 49.9 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Jose Hernandez - 13.2 PPG

Fitchburg has won eight of its last nine games, but is facing a huge test this week when they go to (2)St. John's. The Red Raiders still have two more games this week, but against opponents they should beat, so Monday night could make or break the season for Fitchburg.

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3. Leominster

Record: 15-4, 8-2

Points Per Game: 60.7 Points Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 49.2 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Jake Allain - 12.6 PPG

The Blue Devils are charging into the end of the season, riding a six-game winning streak into their final game on Tuesday. Led by Jake Allain, this extremely balanced attack might just be peaking at the right time.

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2. St. John's

Record: 17-3, 4-1

Points Per Game: 65.5 Points Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 47.1 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Alex Fisher - 10.2 PPG

St. John's is nipping at the heels of St. Peter-Marian following a huge 52-48 win over then-fifth ranked Wachusett last Friday. Adham Floyd and Davon Jones played hero for the Pioneers in the final quarter, scoring all 14 points to keep St. John's at the two-spot in the Power Pack.

They still face one more test on their schedule as they host (4)Fitchburg on Monday before going to Algonquin to finish the regular season.

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1. St. Peter-Marian

Record: 14-5, 4-2

Points Per Game: 66.4 Points Per Game

Points Allowed Per Game: 55.0 Points Per Game

Leading Scorer: Makai Ashton-Langford - 16.5 PPG

The Guardians continue to hold down the top spot in the Power Pack with another good week. They have two games remaining as they face Newton South on Monday and then an opponent, yet to be determined, on Tuesday.

They hold the fate of the top spot at the end of the season in their hands, but can they maintain their strong play through the final two games?

 
 

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