Stars of the Day: Somerset Berkley hockey gets seventh straight win, beating Bourne

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FALL RIVER — It was another sterling performance by the unbeaten Somerset Berkley hockey team on Wednesday.

The Raiders remain undefeated on the season after blanking league opponent Bourne, 5-0, at Driscoll Ice Arena.

Luke Gauvin led SB (7-0) with a goal and an assist. Other goal scorers were Josh Pacheco, Nate Mello, Matt Costa and Dylan Messier.

Somerset Berkley’s Luke Gauvin celebrates his goal with Max Aguiar (left) and Matthew Costa (right) against Bourne on Wednesday.
Somerset Berkley’s Luke Gauvin celebrates his goal with Max Aguiar (left) and Matthew Costa (right) against Bourne on Wednesday.

Max Aguiar had three assists in the win. Nolan Botelho and Brayden Pimental also registered an assist.

Goalie Brandon Silva made 17 saves in net for the shutout victory.

The Raiders hosts unbeaten Dighton-Rehoboth/ Seekonk on Saturday.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Westport 62, Greater New Bedford 53

The unbeaten Wildcats basketball team won their ninth straight, beating Greater New Bedford at home.

Hunter Brodeur and Domanick Vitorino each had a team-high 15 points for Westport (9-0). Jayden Zuber also finished in double figures with 10 points.

Bristol Plymouth's Matt Rouleau attempts a shot over Westport's Domanick Vitorino during Tuesday night's game.
Bristol Plymouth's Matt Rouleau attempts a shot over Westport's Domanick Vitorino during Tuesday night's game.

Cameron Leary and Owen Boudria had eight and seven points, respectively.

The Wildcats forced 19 turnovers. Brodeur made six steals, Owen Boudria collected five steals and Ben Boudria had four steals.

Westport travels to West Bridgewater on Friday.

Bishop Connolly 75, Holbrook 62

The Cougars captured their second straight game, beating Holbrook on the road.

Freshman Alex Krynicki led the way for the Cougars (2-1; 1-0 in MAC) with 26 points. Eighth grader Jah Stephenson chipped in with 15 points while freshman Brendan King added 13 points.

Mason Humphrey
Mason Humphrey

Senior Mason Humphrey finished with 10 points in the win.

Connolly travels to Avon on Friday.

Diman 76, Tri-County 42

The Bengals beat Mayflower League Large opponent Tri County.

Colby Tetrault led Diman (2-6; 2-1 in MAC) with 16 points.

Ezra Cote finished with 13 points and Bobby Soares chipped in with 12 points in the victory.

St. John Paul II 68, Atlantis Charter 36

The Tritons lost their game to St. John's Paul II.

Josh Holmes led Atlantis Charter with a team-high 12 points

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Somerset Berkley 51, Greater New Bedford 41

The Lady Raiders defeated South Coast Conference opponent Greater New Bedford at home.

Gabriella Nugent paved the way for SB (5-4) with a team-high 15 points. Allie Powers finished with 12 points.

Somerset Berkley's Gabriella Nugent takes a shot during Wednesday night's game against New Bedford.
Somerset Berkley's Gabriella Nugent takes a shot during Wednesday night's game against New Bedford.

Lily Gentile had nine points and played strong defense. Mia Gentile finished with six points.

The Raiders travel to Bourne on Friday.

Bishop Connolly 51, Holbrook 47

The Lady Cougars won a close game with Hollbrook at home.

Maggie Pabst led the way for Connolly (2-1) with 22 points.

Maggie Pabst
Maggie Pabst

Hannah Anselmo chipped in with 15 points.

High school results from Wednesday, Jan. 19

BOYS BASKETBALL

St. John Paul II 68, Atlantis Charter 36

Bishop Connolly 75, Holbrook 62

Diman 76, Tri-County 42

Westport 62, Greater New Bedford 53

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Bishop Connolly 51, Holbook 47

Somerset Berkley 51, Greater New Bedford 41

HOCKEY

Southeastern 3, Diman 1

Somerset Berkley 5, Bourne 0

WRESTLING

Brockton 47, Durfee/Somerset Berkley 0

INDOOR TRACK

BOYS: Wareham 40, Joseph Case 39

BOYS: Somerset Berkley 67, Apponequet 19

GIRLS: Somerset Berkley 68, Apponequet 18

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