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Austin Bentson and Greg Walker Graduate

Austin Bentson

Greg Walker

(Wenham) In the midst of glorious weather (Thank You, Lord!), the 2011 Gordon College commencement took place outside.

The good weather brought my wife and I over to GC to say goodbye to the two seniors on this year’s Fighting Scots roster as well as to their parents.  Not always an easy thing to do without prior arrangements but it got done.

I also took some “familiar faces” pictures while I was there.  Enjoy!

Jennifer Hevelone-Harper

David Rox

Ann Ferguson


Commencement speaker Chai Ling and President Jud Carlberg

Suzanne and Kevin Walker

Wendy and Bob Bentson

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Gordon Unable to Contain Anna Maria in CCC Opening Round

Brad Peterson (25 points) led a talented Anna Maria attack.

Senior Austin Bentson scored eight points and had a career-high nine assists in his last game for Gordon.

(Paxton MA) The Scots got into a shootout with weapon’s rich Anna Maria and exited from the Commonwealth Coast Conference tournament in the first round on Tuesday night.

The final was 93-79 and the lack of defense by both teams was noticeable. 

#1 seed Anna Maria (18-8) gets Salve Regina on Thursday night.  Good luck to the Seahawks trying to contain the Amcats offense.

You face Anna Maria and hope that you can minimize the scoring of Anthony Click (CCC Player-of-the-Year) and Chris Pinsonault (put up 30+ at the Bennett Center).  You succeed except that Anthony turns into the passer-of-the-year with seven assists while 5’11” Chris hauls in seven rebounds.

Meanwhile Brad Peterson scores 25 points (9.8 scoring average), Joseph Barillo gets 18 (3.3 scoring average), and Junior De La Hoz tallies 16 points and hands out eight assists.

David Dempsey - Put up 32 points in his most productive game as a Scot.

How do you stop an attack like that?  In this one, the Scots tried to score with them and got off to a stunning 13-5 start in the first four minutes.  Austin Bentson nailed a three, David Dempsey hit two layups, and Greg Walker made a jump shot and a pair of layups. 

The Scots came up empty on the next four possessions and Anna Maria took the lead 15-13 with 13+ minutes left.  A few minutes later Joe Barillo hit his first of a trio of first-half, long ones to give the Amcats an 18-17 advantage that would hold up the rest of the way.

Every time Joe scored the super home crowd reminded everyone that he was a freshman.  I was more impressed by the fact that every time he connected on a three he made his per game average. 

Later in the half Anna Maria ran nine straight and pushed the lead to double digits (37-27) for the first time.  The Scots hit the last five points of the half (Austin-3, David-2) and trailed, 48-39.

A Gordon optimist would suggest that when Anna Maria cooled off in the second half (they shot 54.5% in the first half) the Scots might be able to make a run.  The Amcats shot 59.1% in the second half!  There was just no stopping them.

The Scots were able to keep the deficit under ten for 2+ minutes before a 10-2 spurt by the home team put Gordon in trouble, 62-45, with 14:25 left. 

Gordon would outscore the Amcats, 34-31, the rest of the way but the Scots needed stops and on this night just didn’t get that job done.

Greg Walker went wild (26 points) in the meeting with Anna Maria at the Bennett Center.  This time it was David Dempsey’s turn to score big.  The 3rd team all-conference sophomore clicked on fourteen baskets that led to a career-high 32 points.  An interesting stat (to me) is that Greg and David combined for forty points in both games. 

As I referenced earlier, points weren’t the issue.  Stops were.  Both Brad Peterson and Joe Barillo were fifteen points above their normal averages. 

Park Thomas - 18 points in the second half

Park Thomas had eighteen of his nineteen points in the second half.  For fifteen minutes of the second half the Scots collected thirty-one points and Park and David scored all of them. 

Gordon finishes 11-15 and loses Greg and Austin in the process.  Greg made 2nd team all-conference for his productive season.  Austin finished with a career game in assists and certainly earned a place every season on the all-effort team.  I’ll miss the interaction with the Walkers and the Bentsons next season.

It will be interesting to see what the 2011-12 team looks like.  Rumors of players coming in are just that until we see them in our uniform in November. 

The Commonwealth Coast Conference will be different next season with just ten (of fourteen) teams remaining.  Regis, Colby-Sawyer, New England, and Anna Maria are joining other conferences.  CCC teams will play each other twice (that’s eighteen games) and have seven nonleague games.

This completes nine seasons of following the team for me.  I thank God for the opportunity.  I also thank my wife (Julie) for her support and encouragement.  It has been a blessing to be part of the Gordon family.  In nine months we’re already underway with the 2011-12 season.  Enjoy the off-season!

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Gordon Makes the Playoffs Despite Last-Game Loss to Salve Regina

Garrett Harden's late three put Gordon close (58-55) with forty-eight seconds left.

Gordon defense draws a charge on senior Windell Hinkson.

(Newport RI) Gordon defeats Salve Regina and everything was simple – they’re in the eight-team, post-season tournament.  Gordon loses to Salve Regina and they need help from elsewhere to get in.

Because there were four games where a favorable result would get the Scots in, I wasn’t too worried as I watched them lose to the Seahawks, 63-55, on Saturday afternoon in the final regular season game.

If I’d only known.  Three of those games ended up going against Gordon and only Wentworth’s win over New England gave the Scots the chance to play a tournament game (against Anna Maria) on Tuesday night (7PM in Paxton MA). 

But in they are as the 8th seed and maybe, just maybe, they can still be standing a week from today with a second straight Commonwealth Coast Conference championship.  Sounds like a reach but the Scots have looked very good at times in February.  Gordon has also won the first-round game in the CCC tourney five straight seasons.  Who knows?

Salve Regina (14-10/8-5) had the Senior Day thing going and although the team had already qualified for the playoffs they might have a chance, with a win, to get a first-round home game.  Didn’t work out that way when the final seedings kicked in (Salve will travel to Regis) but the Seahawk seniors played with some special intensity in the win.

The Scots (11-14/7-6) were a step slow in the first half while the Seahawks suffered the same malady during the first fifteen minutes of the second half.  This game came down to the last five minutes with the score tied at 49-49.

The rest of the way the home team took care of the ball and made shots.  The visitors…….not so well.

A mystery Scot gets caught in the pastry shop while Austin Bentson and David Dempsey wait outside.

During the end game, SRU missed one shot from the floor and had one turnover while Gordon missed five shots and had four turnovers.

The Seahawks outscored the Scots 14-6 in the last five minutes, however, within those closing five minutes a Garrett Harden three with 48 seconds left actually cut the SRU lead down to 58-55. 

If Gordon had played some special defense and make a shot or two during the last forty-eight seconds this one could have been won but what we got was a foul that led to a free throw, a turnover that led to a layup, and a blocked shot that led to yet another layup.  I guess you could say that we didn’t close well!

The bad ending did lead to the misleading final score.  This was a game that could have gone Gordon’s way.

The first half, Gordon looked as if they had walked the entire nearby Cliff Walk just before game time. 

During one 7 ½ minute segment the Scots scored one basket and had six turnovers as SRU went on a 15-2 tear.  Windell Hinkson dazzled with seven straight points in forty-five seconds.  Surprisingly, those were the only points the CCC 3rd scorer (16.9PPG) would get in thirty-seven minutes.

That run put the Seahawks ahead, 24-10.  A couple of Garrett Harden 3’s were part of a 12-3 response by the Scots to cut the margin to 27-22 with 3 ½ minutes left.  Gordon made just one shot the rest of the way and trailed, 36-26, at halftime.

For fifteen minutes in the second half it looked as if Salve had taken a lengthy stroll on the Cliff Walk during halftime. 

Suddenly, Gordon started putting up points and the Seahawks had no answers.  In 6+ minutes, Greg Walker (15 points) hit six points worth of inside shots and a jumper, Austin cashed in a turnover, and Park Thomas nailed a couple of 3’s.  When that lovely slice of offense ended a 38-26 deficit had turned into a 42-39 Gordon lead with 11:45 left.

Ryan Birrell - very important in the Seahawk victory

Seniors Ryan Birrell (13 points)  and Dan Royce (13 points) had everything to do with breaking the Gordon momentum.  They tallied all of SRU’s next ten points supplying answers to Gordon baskets. 

This all led down to a tie score (49-49) and the final five minutes which were described above.

I was familiar with the seniors – Ryan Birrell, Dan Royce, and Windell Hinkson but not freshman Patrick Dinneen.  He offset Windell limited point production with a team-leading fourteen points and three steals. 

Both Greg Walker (15 points/12 rebounds) and David Dempsey (13 points/12 rebounds) registered double/doubles.  Garrett have four 3’s to get his twelve points.

Greg Walker gets inside Dan Royce (#13) for a first half layup.

David and Greg each faced denial defense in close and double teams when they received passes.  They ended up a combined 11-for-30.  That has to somehow improve on Tuesday night.  Greg had 26 points last time at home versus Anna Maria.

The free throw shooting was dicey by both teams.  SRU missed five of them in the last four minutes and in the process allowed Gordon to hang around longer than they should have.

On February 13, 2003 Gordon defeated Anna Maria, 73-50, at the Bennett Center.  The team finished the season with a 20-5 record and faced Anna Maria again this time in the post-season tournament.  A quirk in the playoff schedule forced Gordon to play at Anna Maria despite the Scots having a much better conference record.  The Scots ended up on the wrong end of a shocking upset, 75-67.  Well, here we are nearly eight years later and Anna Maria has had a wonderful season (18-7 overall – 11-2 in the conference).  Gordon, on the other hand, barely (Thanks, Coach Devitt!) even got into the playoffs.  Wouldn’t a shocking upset on Tuesday night be fun to write about??

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Scots Win Fifth Straight CCC Game to Brighten Tourney Chances

Greg Walker (16 points) gets position for a pass from Shaun Roach (#11)

David Dempsey (21 points) drives to the basket.

(Biddeford ME) Gordon took care of UNE, 69-56, on Wednesday night in Maine and in the process put themselves into the top eight in the Commonwealth Coast Conference standings. 

The Scots chances of making the eight-team, postseason tournament seemed bleak at the start of this month but the team has won five straight conference games to stand 7-5 with only a visit to Salve Regina on Saturday afternoon left.

A win at Newport (RI) clinches a tourney spot.  A loss and the Scots fate will be determined by the final scores in other CCC games on Saturday afternoon. 

UNE (4-20) never led in this game but recovered in both halves from double-digit deficits to make this anything but an easy win for Gordon (11-13).

The Nor-easters lacked size but made up for it on defense with quickness.  The Scots had very few long-range openings and help was quick to arrive on passes inside.

But that didn’t discourage Gordon from trying to feed Greg (16 points) and David (21 points).  There were plenty of turnovers in the process but the reward for successful interior passes was often a layup. 

Park Thomas (18 points) had a career game.

While the Scots in general seemed uncomfortable with the up-tempo style that UNE forced, Park Thomas thrived on it.  The freshman from Arizona reached a career high in points (18), steals (4) and minutes (32).  He also added one of the two 3’s the Scots made.  Park was a key piece to the Gordon victory.

The Scots were terrific on the glass.  Austin Bentson reached ten boards which ties a career high for him. The seventh best rebounder in the CCC (David Dempsey) also had ten rebounds.

UNE went through nine possessions and nearly nine minutes before they scored (Travis Guerrette trey).  Meanwhile, the Scots were quickly getting scoring from Greg (4 points), Park (free throw), and David (6 points) to race ahead 11-0.

The Nor’easters rode 3’s (six in the first half) to cut into the fast Scot start and came as close as 22-19 and later 25-22 before Gordon led at the half, 31-26.

The Scots put a second, 11-point run together early in the second half (Park-2, Greg-2, David-4, Shaun Roach-3) and again were in command (42-28) with 14:40 to go.  With ten minutes left that lead was enlarged to 53-38. 

Garrett Harden and Greg Walker rush out to defend 3-point shooter Marcus Winn (10 points)

But yet again, UNE started making long range connections (Chris Ouellette, JD Winn, and Marcus Winn hit 3‘s) and put together a nice 13-2 spurt and trailed by just four (55-51) with six minutes left.  I felt the urge to push the worry button.

However, just as suddenly as that consistent Nor-easter offense came it left.  UNE had only five points over the last six minutes while the Scots added fourteen to secure the victory.  Park was big here with six points including a jumper in the lane off the backboard.

Charles Fenner (14 points) led the UNE scorers and also had six steals.  He tallied a basket just before halftime after several attempts from in close.

David Dempsey had a dunk in the second half. 

Park enters an area known to pastry lovers!

UNE is last in the CCC in points scored and points allowed. 

Greg Walker passed Justin Kaufman last game to move into 16th place on the all-time scorer’s list.  He has now reached 1120 and I want to alert Scott Beebe (1123) that his hold on 15th place is starting to look verrrrry tenuous!

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Gordon Honors Seniors and Defeats Western New England

The Pit cheers for seniors Austin Bentson and Greg Walker.

Greg Walker reached 1000 career points this season and was presented a commemorative basketball by Coach Tod Murphy.

(Wenham) The Scots took care of business today. 

They honored seniors Greg Walker and Austin Bentson before the game and then defeated Western New England, 78-59, to continue their run to move up to 8th place and qualify for the Commonwealth Coast Conference tournament.

The Saturday afternoon victory at the Bennett Center didn’t move Gordon into the top eight but with two more CCC games left they are now tied with several teams in the top eight.  I have confidence that if Gordon keeps taking care of business (UNE on Wednesday and Salve Regina on Saturday) they will still be playing on George Washington’s birthday.

Before the game, Greg Walker received a specially engraved basketball for reaching 1000 total points for the Scots.  That total was quite a feat considering that he had only 15 points as a freshman.

The Walkers (Suzanne, Greg, Kevin) with Coach Murphy.

Tod Murphy with the Bentsons (Wendy, Austin, and Bob).

Greg and Austin and their proud parents were introduced to the appreciative crowd in a pre-game ceremony.

Western New England (4-19) did not go easily.  Two of their wins were against Wentworth and New England College – teams that defeated Gordon. 

It took a nine-point run in the first half to separate from them and 12-2 segment late in the second half to finish them off.

Two of David Dempsey's seventeen points.

The Scots (10-13) shot well all game (53.8%).  The Golden Bears’ defense committed just eleven fouls so they weren’t exactly dug in on defense.  The Scots had plenty of good looks from the outside and also were able to get the ball inside to Greg (14 points) and David Dempsey (17 points).

WNEC hung around thanks to another afternoon of poor ball management.  WNEC chased the Scots full-court almost the entire game and created twenty-four turnovers.  To get some perspective, you need to know that Gordon had the ball for seventy-two possessions.  That means that for every three times the Scots had the ball they gave it away, without a shot, one time.  Dribbling in an area with more than one defender has not worked well for Gordon all season.

The Gordon defense didn’t get as many turnovers but they did contest shots and forced WNEC into a low shooting percentage (36.2%).  Two shooting droughts, I referenced earlier, doomed the visitors from Springfield.

The first drought covered three minutes and a 24-20 Gordon lead enlarged to 33-20 with 2 ½ minutes left in the first half.  Park Thomas hit a couple of jumpers, Austin nailed a three, and Greg converted a rebound.  Greg had 14 rebounds in the game which was the 4th time this season he’s reached double figures.

The finish-them-off segment started after Damon Alston hit his 4th trey closing WNEC to, 57-49, with 6 ½ to go in the game.  The worrier in me started recalling how tight the last two wins had been and I began to wonder if this would be another one.

Not to worry.  A little over three minutes later Gordon was in complete charge, 69-51.  Why? Garrett Harden (15 points) hit a couple of 3’s while Greg and David each added a layup and free throw. 

Damon Alston (12), Brad Thomka (11), and Chris Devine (10) reached double figures for the Golden Bears.

Luke Hamilton and Garrett were a combined 7-for-9 from long range.  Wouldn’t a dangerous outside attack lessen the defensive pressure Greg normally has to deal with around the basket.

I saw a couple of blocked shots.  JT Himmelstein got one on a driving Chris Devine and I later saw Jordan Kelly do the same to Brad Thomka.

There was a nice gathering afterwards for parents and players honoring the seniors.  Assistant coach Keith Krass gave Austin and Greg highly-treasured Gordon blankets.

Gordon is at the University of New England on Wednesday night at 8PM.  

Other pictures I took.  If you click on the picture it gets larger.

Defense collapsed on Greg

"I haven't fouled anyone in four years"

Wendy Bentson & Suzanne Walker


Mike Schnackenberg jokes with Brady Bajema


JT chases a turnover.

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Scots Play Great and Win Third Straight

Seniors Austin Bentson (9 points) and Greg Walker (23 points) enjoy the end of Gordon's win over Colby-Sawyer.

Garrett Harden - red hot with a career-best sixteen points against Colby-Sawyer

(Wenham) Gordon put on quite the show against a quality Colby-Sawyer team and defeated the visitors, 70-58, on Tuesday night at the Bennett Center.

The Scots (9-12/ 5-5) took the lead for good (Greg Walker layup on a feed from David Dempsey) eleven minutes into the first half (22-21) and rode great passing (18 assists) and shooting (53.3%) to the end.

The Chargers (10-11/ 6-4) got as close as one point (42-41 at 12:14 in the second half) but Shaun Roach followed with a three and, after a C-S turnover, David Dempsey added a layup to give Gordon some breathing room.

Colby-Sawyer was still near enough to worry some of us later when a John Roberts tip-in narrowed the Scot lead to 58-52 with 5:10 left.  Gordon had won the last two games in the last minute so you could feel this one heading in that direction. 

Not tonight.  Over the next three minutes Gordon ran nine straight (Greg – two layups, Austin Bentson – a three, and JT Himmelstein – a layup) while C-S missed seven straight shots and added two turnovers.

Two minutes left and a 67-52 lead was certainly a lot different than the last two games.

The Gordon shooting was remarkable.  Early on the Scots were taking and making difficult shots.  Greg hit a couple of jumpers that were close to 3-point shots. 

Colby-Sawyer was intent on stopping Gordon’s inside game and they did a nice job on David Dempsey (8 points) by swarming him in close.  David contributed in other ways with eleven rebounds and four assists.

That heavy Charger defense in close opened some nice looks elsewhere and on this day the Scots took full advantage.  They tied a season high with nine makes long-range.  Garrett Harden led the way out there with five-for-seven shooting and a career high 16 points. 

JT Himmelstein (inbounding) - handed out nine assists

JT Himmelstein had a career assist game with nine of them.  Those assists can pile up quickly when the point guard can find the scorers without turning the ball over.  In this game, a pass to either Greg or Garrett had assist potential written all over it.

John Roberts (12) and Robbie Burke (10) led the Charger scorers.  Will Bardaglio (8 points) came in as the 3rd scorer in the Commonwealth Coast Conference with 16+ per game.  I thought that his long-range touch would hurt the Scots during their occasional use of zone defenses but it never happened.  From where I was sitting, the Chargers missed a lot of makeable shots. 

Colby-Sawyer has now lost four straight while Gordon has won three straight. 

The Scots travel to Medford to play nonleague Tufts at 7PM on Thursday. 

Garrett (#12) defends Will Bardaglio (8 points) while JT (#1) covers James Tobin (5 points).

The CCC picture currently has Gordon in 9th.  The top eight get into tournament play after the season.  The Scots need to take care of the three league opponents ahead (Western New England, UNE, and Salve Regina) and hope that one of the current top eight falls past them. 

Saturday’s 3PM game with Western New England is the last home game of the season.  It is also Senior Day.  No they won’t be honoring my wife and I!  It will be Greg and Austin standing there with their parents wondering where the four years have gone.

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Greg Walker Scores 32 and Garrett Harden Hits Another Game-Winning Three

Greg Walker put up a career-high 32 points in the win over Nichols. He also assisted on Garrett Harden's game-winning three.

Garrett Harden - winning long shots in consecutive games

(Dudley MA) It was Senior Day so what were Greg Walker and Austin Bentson supposed to do? 

Nichols two seniors (Justin Aldrich and Dan Taylor) were honored before the game but it was Gordon’s two seniors having significant roles during the game in the Scots, 71-68, win on a rainy Saturday afternoon in Commonwealth Coast Conference action.

Greg scored at will in the first half (20 points) and ended with a career high of 32 points.  He had 28 points last year at Western New England.

Austin (10 points) gave the Scots a third double-digit scorer.  Equally significant was his defense on Ryan Sheehan (28 points).  The talented freshman never found room to take a shot during the last 5 ½ minutes of the game!  That’s defense for you!

Austin Bentson defends Ryan Sheehan in the first half.

The biggest shot of the game?  Same as two days ago at Regis – Garrett Harden three.  The Scots were trailing (68-67) with forty seconds left after two Dan Taylor free throws.  Gordon got the ball inside to Greg and for good reason the Bison defense collapsed in around him.  That help defense was costly to Nichols as Greg found Garrett alone in the left corner.  He didn’t miss with fourteen seconds left.

Despite now trailing 70-68, Nichols had plenty of time and numerous 3-point shooters.  As it turned out, they didn’t try for a three instead the pass went inside to Kyle Mascilak with plenty of Gordon defense around.  Kyle mishandled the ball and David Dempsey came away with the steal and was fouled.  David made one-of-two attempts (71-68) with only 2.3 seconds left.  After a timeout, Nichols tried to pass the ball down the sidelines but Greg Walker was there for the interception to seal the deal.

This game had seven lead changes in the first 13 ½ minutes and eight lead changes in the last 5 ½ minutes.  In between, Gordon had a 17-3 run over six minutes which Nichols answered by putting up fifteen straight in just under four minutes of action.

Both of those runs were impressive.  Gordon took a 30-27 lead with two minutes left in the half and six minutes of playing time later going into the second half had extended their advantage to 47-30.  Greg had ten of Gordon’s seventeen points.

Later a Luke Hamilton three had Gordon still holding that 17-point edge (52-35) with thirteen minutes left. 

Park Thomas and Michael Salis scramble for a loose ball.

I knew that Gordon wasn’t that much better than Nichols.  The Bison had lost to Anna Maria by five, Colby-Sawyer by three, Roger Williams by five, and Endicott by one in overtime.  The Scots had only four turnovers in the first half.  You knew the storm was coming, you just didn’t know how bad it would be.

Nichols started to connect from everywhere and during the next four minutes rolled off fifteen unanswered points.  Five turnovers by the Scots hurt them.  Ryan Sheehan contributed a 3-pointer, a jump shot, a layup, and two free throws. That pretty much covers all the shooting stations!

That run of offense brought Nichols to within two (52-50) with nine minutes left.  The Bison finally took the lead (58-56) on two more Ryan Sheehan free throws with 5 ½ left.  Those were to be Ryan’s last points.  I saw both Austin and David Dempsey defending him the rest of the way.

David Dempsey had little room to operate. Here he is guarded by Kyle Mascilak (right) and Nick Brown (left).

David (12 points) saw just six minutes in the first half after a couple of quick offensive fouls.  There was no water but there seemed to be plenty of dives.

Greg’s 20-point first half drove Bison coach Dave Sokolnicki crazy and rightly so.  Minus any shot blockers, of the Sam Herrick (Wentworth) and Erik Callo (Endicott) type, Greg had his way on possession after possession. 

More help defenders appeared around Greg in the second half.  He still contributed ten points including 6-for-6 from the line.

As I pointed out earlier, all that concern about Greg led to that game-breaker three by Garrett in the last minute.

Sophomore Kyle Mascilak had a double/double (14 points/10 rebounds) for Nichols.  Justin Kuntz added ten points.

For the second time this season Gordon had more assists than turnovers.  The previous time was the November win at Endicott. 

SID Hillary Haynes offered me a seat at the scorer’s table and of course I accepted.  You go from reading lips from the stands to getting an earful of coach/player interactions.  One gem was a timeout called by a player after he reported that he didn’t know the play the coach had called.

Anyhow, a big win for the Scots.  They are now finding ways to win after that tough stretch with Roger Williams, New England, and Endicott. 

Next opponent is Colby-Sawyer at the Bennett Center on Tuesday night.  Like Nichols, they have a talented freshman – Robbie Burke. 

In two weeks the Scots will be playing their last regular season game at Salve Regina in Newport RI.  Will the team be among the top eight in the CCC then and looking ahead to tournament play?

By the way, Derrick Neal of Regis reappeared today, and led The Pride to a win over Endicott in Beverly.

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