Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Catholic Memorial, Dedham, Milford (NH) & Billerica All Named 2015 Champions

65 teams took to the court this past weekend to help #FightALS and at the end of the day on Sunday, four had been crowned champions within their respected division.

Here is the breakdown of how things played out:

"Stay Strong" (large school boys) Division:

Quarterfinals: Catholic Memorial, International Colonials, Foxboro, Milford, Mansfield, Smithfield (RI), North Attleboro & Tewksbury

Semifinals: Catholic Memorial, International Colonials, Foxboro, Smithfield (RI)

Championship: Catholic Memorial defeated International Colonials

After falling in the championship game of the 2nd Annual "Wally" Seaver High School Invitational, Catholic Memorial claimed their first "Stay Strong" championship on Sunday, holding off a late comeback attempt from the International Colonials.

"Fight Forth" (small school boys) Division:

Quarterfinals: Dedham, Greater Lowell Tech, Westwood, Rockland, Hopedale, Hopkinton, Douglas, Fitch (CT)

Semifinals: Dedham, Hopedale, Greater Lowell Tech, Douglas

Championship: Dedham defeated Greater Lowell Tech

Dedham claimed their second consecutive "Fight Forth" division championship on Sunday, pulling away late against Greater Lowell Tech. Dedham is the first team to win multiple championships at the "Wally" Seaver High School Invitational.

"Give All" (large school girls) Division:

Quarterfinals: Wellesley, Walpole, Foxboro, Billerica, Franklin, North Attleboro, Stoughton, Groton-Dunstable

Semifinals: Wellesley, Billerica, Walpole, Franklin

Championship: Billerica defeated Franklin

Despite earning the 6 seed after a 1-1 day on Saturday, Billerica used a 3-0 record on Sunday to claim the "Give All" division championship, preventing Franklin from claiming back-to-back "Wally" Seaver High School Invitational titles.

"No Doubt" (small school girls) Division:

Semifinals: Milford (NH), Northbridge, BMR, Hamilton-Wenham

Championship: Milford (NH) defeated Hamilton-Wenham

Our friends from the Granite State cruised through their competition this past weekend, earning the first ever "No Doubt" division title in the process.

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