Friday’s high school roundup/scores: Marshfield coach nets 688th career victory

Ever since he first started teaching as an assistant within the Nineteen Sixties, Bob Fisher has preached protection.

That’s exactly what his group relied on Friday. James Molloy paced issues with an 18-point outburst, whereas Jake Brilliant tacked on 16 factors as Fisher inched ever nearer to eclipsing 700 profession wins (688 general) by advantage of a 71-43 boys basketball victory for Marshfield over Patriot League rival Silver Lake.

“It just shows you that I’ve had great kids,” mentioned Fisher. “I’ve had great kids. Played 16 kids tonight. 16. Played 16 the other night too. May have cost me, but we did it. So, I’m proud of the accomplishments of the kids. Proud to be still doing what I love. Proud to have the energy that I have. I still think I have it, and the enthusiasm, and the passion.”

In different Patriot League motion, Zach Falls (21 factors, robust protection), Trevor Jones (14 factors) and Liam Burns (13 factors) sparked Duxbury (4-1) in a 60-46 win over Plymouth North. … Evan Yakavonis knocked down 16 factors, and Ryan Baker and Isaiah Bean-Brittian had 12 factors apiece to energy Whitman-Hanson (4-2) to a 60-54 win over Hingham.

Ajay Lopes scored his 1,000th profession level on the primary basket of the sport, setting the tone for Wareham to topple nonleague foe Monomoy, 89-42.

Will Bostrom and Ryan Luccarelli every poured in 15 factors as Norwell defeated East Bridgewater 66-43 in South Shore League motion. … Danny Johnson put up 19 factors, and Dom White chipped in with 15 factors as Rockland gained 56-39 over Randolph. … Cole Rodgers (17 factors) and Dan Oman (11 factors) powered issues offensively, as Sandwich (4-3) edged Middleboro, 55-53. … Kingston Maxwell (19 factors, eight rebounds), Tyler Staiti (14 factors, six rebounds) and Connor Pease (14 factors, 14 rebounds) all turned in strong performances for Abington throughout a 66-29 romp of Mashpee.

Brian Cloonan scored 25 factors as Needham (5-1) defeated Braintree 59-38 within the Bay State Conference.

Behind Finn Bjork’s 23-point, 11-rebound double-double, Somerset Berkley (5-0) cruised to a 77-44 South Coast Conference win over Fairhaven. … Nate Reynolds (25 factors), Leo Andrade (23 factors), Mike Dankert (16 factors) and Emery Robbins (10 factors off the bench) reached double figures within the scorebook as Bourne (7-0) coasted to a 92-67 victory over Dighton-Rehoboth. … Landon Cayton had the new hand with 30 factors and 5 rebounds, and Cayden Gonsalves scattered 18 factors as Case (6-2) edged Greater New Bedford, 56-53.

Sean O’Leary scored 20 factors, and Henry DiGiorgio and Caden Sullivan chipped in with 16 factors every to steer Franklin towards a 75-58 Hockomock League win over Taunton. … Anthony Alessi and Jarred Daughtry every scored 13 factors as Stoughton beat Canton, 50-44.

Xavier Rivera provided vitality at each ends with 30 factors, 14 rebounds and 4 blocks, whereas Tzar Powell Aparicio completed with 20 factors and 7 assists as Lowell downed Chelmsford 71-53 within the Merrimack Valley Conference. … Zach Wolinski drilled 26 factors, and Zach DesRochers completed with 21 factors as North Andover (5-1) secured a 66-62 win over Methuen.

In the Catholic Conference, Aiden Pires drained 19 factors to steer Catholic Memorial throughout a 78-54 win over St. John’s (Shrewsbury).

Raphel Laurent (22 factors), Anthony Forte (16 factors) and Cam Connolly (9 factors, 10 rebounds, three assists) stepped up for Peabody (7-1) in a 60-49 Northeastern Conference victory in opposition to Salem.

Mason Melchionda (18 factors), Theo Allan (15 factors) and Jono Windle (13 factors) helped Dover-Sherborn roar again for a 53-51 Tri-Valley League win over Norton. … Luke Lisciandra (22 factors), Rowan Tracey (15 factors) and Pete Kumar (13 factors) led the best way for Medfield in a 70-62 win over Norwood.

Robby Fiore put in 18 factors, and Andrew Alekseye scored 17 factors as Rivers (8-1) defeated BB&N 70-42 within the Independent School League.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ally Johnson scored 12 factors, and Bella Sulfaro had 9 factors and 12 rebounds as Blue Hills (4-1) bested South Shore Voke 47-15 within the Mayflower Athletic Conference.

Sophomores Amelia Crowe (12 factors) and Allie Gagnon (11 factors) set the tone for Pentucket (6-1) in a 42-25 Cape Ann League win over Triton. … Sadie Gamber netted 10 factors (two three-pointers), and the Hamilton-Wenham (6-2) protection held Amesbury to 12 second half factors, pulling away for a 49-22 win. … Maggie Schulz (12 factors, 12 rebounds), Bella Cannalonga (10 factors, six assists), and Caitlin Reilly (10 factors, 5 steals) guided North Reading (4-3) in a 44-40 win over Newburyport.

Paige Meda put up 24 factors, and McKinley Wenzel added 13 factors as Bourne (6-0) rolled to a 68-31 South Coast Conference win over Dighton-Rehoboth. … Mia Gentile dropped 30 factors, and Hannah Carpenter (16 factors) and Nad Karlie Cosme (10 factors) lit up the scoreboard in addition to Somerset Berkley (3-2) routed Fairhaven, 86-20.

Celia Neilson was one steal shy of a double-double with 18 factors, pairing with Cecilia Kay’s 23 factors and 5 steals to steer Bishop Fenwick (6-1) over Cardinal Spellman, 74-16, in Catholic Central League motion. … Sophomores led the best way for Arlington Catholic (5-2) to defeat Bishop Stang, 50-17, as Nora Simpson scored 15 factors and Maddie Giesta (10 factors, 10 rebounds) had a double-double. … Maddy Steel (18 factors), Julia Webster (15 factors) and Charlotte Adams-Lopez (13 factors) notched double digits in scoring as Bishop Feehan beat Archbishop Williams, 85-37.

Engelyz Bingham poured in 24 factors, and Aliyah Volquez registered 11 factors as Lynn Tech (5-1) defeated Innovation 55-30 in Commonwealth Athletic Conference play. … Megan Lesniak and Ava Mennella tallied 16 factors every, and Emma Sullivan scored 14 factors as Greater Lowell (2-3) topped Northeast, 59-45. … Sylvie LaFebre recorded 12 factors as Mystic Valley (5-2) outlasted Shawsheen, 40-36.

Erica Hills netted 22 factors, and Elliana Scalabrine completed with 14 factors as Dover-Sherborn edged Norton 54-51 in a Tri-Valley League conflict. … Izzy Kittredge led a balanced assault with 14 factors as Medfield (7-1) rolled previous Norwood, 52-25.

Eva Mescher scored 17 factors as Newton North defeated Natick 60-44 within the Bay State Conference. … Frankie Mazzini had 12 factors for Braintree in a 33-24 win over Needham.

Aniela Kwo erupted for 22 factors with 12 rebounds, combining with Kerri Finneran’s 12 factors and eight rebounds to assist Central Catholic (6-1) nearly double up Tewksbury, 61-33, in Merrimack Valley Conference play. … Arissa Dorelas fired in 17 factors (six from past the arc) for Andover (6-1) in a 59-28 win over Draut.

Stella Crinti (16 factors) and Eliza Jacob (11 factors) paced issues for Lexington (5-2) in a 49-43 Middlesex League win over Reading. For Reading (5-2), Brooke Pulpi had 32 factors and 10 rebounds.

Senior guard Reese Bartlett dropped 19 factors to go together with seven assists and 5 rebounds, pacing Bridgewater-Raynham (5-1) to a 68-62 win over Southeast Conference rival New Bedford.

Maddie Oliver (25 factors, 10 rebounds) and Alex Cassidy (14 factors, 10 rebounds) mixed double-doubles to energy Norwell in a 58-41 win over East Bridgewater in a South Shore League tilt. … Junior Maddie Lawrence tallied 31 factors and 9 rebounds to information Sandwich (8-0) to a 66-43 win over Middleboro.  … Ella Williamson racked up 17 factors, whereas Lacey Brundage completed with 11 factors and Ava Williamson had 10 factors as Abington upended Mashpee, 47-26. … Sarah Chenette dominated with 24 factors, eight rebounds and 5 steals for Cohasset in a 49-27 victory over Hull.

Lyla Peters scored 17 factors (5 for six from the free throw line in additional time), and Kendall Quinn had eight fourth quarter factors as Duxbury beat Patriot League foe Plymouth North, 52-47. … Dylan Hurley registered 12 factors, and Lillie MacKinnon posted 9 factors as Whitman-Hanson (4-1) got here again to defeat Hingham, 37-34.

Brooke Boyle completed with 21 factors to steer the staff, as Concord-Carlisle (3-2) defeated Boston Latin within the Dual County League, 71-31.

BOYS HOCKEY

Five gamers scored for Rivers (7-3-1) in a 5-3 Independent School League win over Governor’s Academy.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Ela Rabidoux posted a hat trick alongside linemates Lily Hayes (two objectives, two assists) and Ivorie Arguin (4 assists), powering Pope Francis (5-3-1) to a 6-0 nonleague win over Auburn.

GIRLS TRACK

Peyton Teehan gained the 55 meter sprint and the lengthy leap (17 toes) as Dedham defeated Dover-Sherborn 52-30 in a Tri-Valley League contest.

SCORES

BOYS BASKETBALL

Arlington 50, Belmont 46

Avon 77, Rising Tide 36

Bedford 61, Lincoln-Sudbury 54

Bellingham 54, Dedham 48

Bishop Feehan 70, Archbishop Williams 52

Blue Hills 55, South Shore Voke 32

BC High 54, Xaverian 44

Bourne 92, Dighton-Rehoboth 67

Bridgewater-Raynham 72, New Bedford 69

Brookline 53, Wellesley 52

Cardinal Spellman 62, Bishop Fenwick 46

Carver 74, Boston Prep 60

Case 56, Greater New Bedford 53

Catholic Memorial 78, St. John’s (S) 54

Central Catholic 62, Tewksbury 37

Cohasset 90, Hull 43

Concord-Carlisle 63, Boston Latin 40

Dartmouth 62, Brockton 57

Dennis-Yarmouth 66, Nantucket 52

Dover-Sherborn 53, Norton 51

Duxbury 60, Plymouth North 46

Fenway 82, Excel 26

Franklin 75, Taunton 58

Hamilton-Wenham 52, Amesbury 47

Lawrence 74, Billerica 57

Lowell 73, Chelmsford 51

Lowell Catholic 65, Shawsheen 55

Lynnfield 65, Essex Tech 29

Madison Park 79, Roxbury Prep 63

Manchester-Essex 62, Georgetown 48

Mansfield 54, Oliver Ames 46

Marshfield 71, Silver Lake 43

Medfield 70, Norwood 62

Melrose 50, Burlington 48

Millis 46, Medway 45

Muniz 75, BCLA/McCormack 49

Natick 60, Newton North 58

Needham 59, Braintree 38

Newburyport 66, North Reading 48

North Andover 66, Methuen 62

Northeast 67, Mystic Valley 64

Norwell 66, East Bridgewater 43

Peabody 60, Salem 49

Pembroke 45, North Quincy 40

Pentucket 65, Triton 31

Plymouth South 67, Hanover 52

Rivers 70, BB&N 42

Rockland 56, Randolph 39

Rockport 70, Ipswich 67

St. Mary’s (L) 61, Cathedral 47

Sandwich 55, Middleboro 53

Saugus 59, Pioneer Charter (S) 29

Scituate 74, Quincy 56

Somerset Berkley 77, Fairhaven 44

Stoughton 50, Canton 44

Tri-County 57, St. John Paul II 29

Wakefield 61, Stoneham 45

Waltham 78, Weston 62

Westford Academy 55, Wayland 36

Weymouth 60, Milton 46

Whitman-Hanson 60, Hingham 54

Winchester 56, Woburn 35

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Abington 47, Mashpee 26

Andover 59, Dracut 28

Arlington Catholic 50, Bishop Stang 17

Belmont 45, Arlington 34

Bishop Feehan 85, Archbishop Williams 37

Bishop Fenwick 74, Cardinal Spellman 16

Blue Hills 47, South Shore Voke 15

Boston United 34, Boston English 17

Bourne 68, Dighton-Rehoboth 31

Braintree 33, Needham 24

Bridgewater-Raynham 68, New Bedford 62

Cathedral 65, St. Mary’s (L) 46

Charlestown 37, East Boston 10

Central Catholic 61, Tewksbury 33

Cohasset 49, Hull 27

Concord-Carlisle 71, Boston Latin 31

Danvers 38, Swampscott 27

Dartmouth 56, Brockton 38

Dedham 34, Bellingham 32

Dover-Sherborn 54, Norton 51

Duxbury 52, Plymouth North 47 (ot)

Excel 33, CASH 15

Foxboro 76, Sharon 26

Georgetown 46, Manchester-Essex 35

Greater Lowell 59, Northeast 45

Hamilton-Wenham 49, Amesbury 22

Hanover 54, Plymouth South 26

Holliston 57, Ashland 31

Hopkinton 46, Westwood 32

Lexington 49, Reading 43

Lincoln-Sudbury 49, Bedford 48

Lynnfield 34, Essex Tech 32

Lynn Tech 55, Innovation 30

Madison Park 33, Snowden 17

Malden Catholic 45, Winthrop 27

Masconomet 54, Beverly 45

Medfield 52, Norwood 25

Medway 51, Millis 37

Methuen 52, North Andover 46 (2 ot)

Monomoy 53, Nantucket 24

Montrose 52, Covenant Christian 10

Mystic Valley 40, Shawsheen 36

Nauset 46, Wareham 30

Newton North 60, Natick 44

North Andover 53, Milford 50

North Reading 44, Newburyport 40

Norwell 58, East Bridgewater 41

Oliver Ames 48, Mansfield 41

Pembroke 71, North Quincy 54

Pentucket 42, Triton 25

Quincy 64, Scituate 26

Sandwich 66, Middleboro 43

Silver Lake 52, Marshfield 37

Somerset Berkley 86, Fairhaven 20

Southfield 81, Milton Academy 47

TechBoston 24, BCLA/McCormack 15

Wakefield 54, Stoneham 43

Walpole 52, Framingham 40

Waltham 48, Weston 32

Wareham 89, Monomoy 42

Wayland 49, Westford Academy 41

Wellesley 68, Brookline 52

Weymouth 47, Milton 27

Whitman-Hanson 37, Hingham 34

GYMNASTICS

Central Catholic 148.75, Dracut 119.9, Tewksbury 123.25

Hanover 134.9, Whitman-Hanson/Duxbury 121.8, Scituate 121

BOYS HOCKEY

Rivers 5, Governor’s Academy 3

GIRLS HOCKEY

Pope Francis 6, Auburn 0

BOYS SWIMMING

Concord-Carlisle 88, Bedford 64

Sharon 111, Foxboro 58

Stoughton 87, Oliver Ames 73

Weston 102, Waltham 78

Westwood 97, Xaverian 84

GIRLS SWIMMING

Concord-Carlisle 95, Bedford 72

Norton 110, Norwood 63

Oliver Ames 66, Stoughton 10

Sharon 91, Foxboro 52

Weston 101, Waltham 80

BOYS TRACK

Dover-Sherborn 69, Dedham 25

Hopkinton 49, Holliston 47

Medfield 53, Ashland 32

Medway 69, Bellingham 25

St. John’s Prep 62, Xaverian 33

GIRLS TRACK

Dedham 52, Dover-Sherborn 30

Hopkinton 48, Holliston 47

Medfield 71, Ashland 23

Medway 72, Bellingham 21

WRESTLING

Triton 42, Lynnfield 28

Weymouth 69, Rockland 12

Weymouth 42, Silver Lake 34

Weymouth 59, Southeastern 6