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Basketball Basketball - Boys' Junior Varsity
Northfield Mount Hermon
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Northfield Mount Hermon
Northfield Mount Hermon
One Lamplighter Way
Mount Hermon, MA 01354
From Eastern Massachusetts: Follow Route 2 west to Route 63; go north on Route 63 for approximately 8 miles to where Route 63 merges with Route  10. Turn left on Route 10 south and drive 1.7 miles (you will cross over the Connecticut River). The Northfield Mount Hermon School entrance is  on your left. Proceed up the drive. Bear left at the fork, following  signs for the Admission Office. Visitor parking is beside Bolger House.

From Interstate 91: Take Exit 28A if you are traveling north, Exit 28 if you are traveling south, and follow Route 10 north for 2.8 miles. The  Northfield Mount Hermon School entrance is on your right. Proceed up the drive following signs to the Admission Office. Visitor parking is  beside Bolger House.
Loss 64-42
The Marianapolis JV basketball squad succumbed to a spectacular barrage of three-pointers in a tough 64-42 loss to Northfield Mount Hermon at Northfield, MA. After holding this same team to 43 points in a home game two weeks ago, the Golden Knights (4-2) simply could not slow down the hot shooting of the opponent on this day, as NMH made 12 three-point shots en route to the convincing victory. Four different defenses were attempted, to no avail. Marianapolis trailed 32-16 at the half and 41-24 with about ten minutes remaining. But a lightning bolt of a run, 10-0 over two minutes, brought the team within 41-34. Joey Werge '21, Connor Murray '20, and Lucas Yash '20 were all instrumental in the press that jumpstarted the one excellent spurt of the game for Marianapolis. Yash led the way with 9 points. But Northfield righted the ship and closed the door with strong man-to-man defense. Aidan Cook '20 and Patrick Sabourin '20 each played their best game of the season. One other bright spot was the free-throw shooting, as the visitors canned 75% (9 of 12) from the line. With some injuries on the front line, many of the Golden Knights are going to need to step up and be more prominent within the offense when the team returns to the court Wednesday afternoon at home against Wilbraham and Monson Academy. Cook, Murray, Jon Reardon '20, and Elan Johnson '23 are definitely going to find more offensive opportunities and shots. The coaches have faith that this group will be able to convert many of these opportunities into points.