On Monday night, the Central Division II saw the Medway Mustangs top the Hopkinton Hillers on the road, allowing the ninth-seed to advance in the tournament. They will take on the Marlborough Panthers on Thursday night. The Groton-Dunstable Crusaders picked up a home victory over the Burncoat Patriots, 72-64. The Crusaders will head to Shepherd Hill Regional High School in Dudley on Thursday night to take on the second-seeded Rams.
In Central Division III, the Lunenburg Blue Knights rolled past the Littleton Tigers, securing a date on Wednesday night in Tyngsborough against the top-seeded Tigers. As reported in The Citizen Chronicle, the Oxford Pirates snuck past the Auburn Rockets with a 65-58 win on Monday night. Oxford will take on the second-seeded Sutton Sammies on Wednesday night in Sutton.
In West Division III, games begin on Tuesday night, but the brackets have been updated with quarterfinal dates and times.
In Central Division IV, Innovation Academy blew by Trivium to advance and play a to be determined opponent later in the week.
In West Division IV, games begin on Tuesday night, but the brackets have been updated with quarterfinal dates and times.
In Central Division I girls hoops, the Acton-Boxborough Colonials picked up a road victory over the Concord-Carlisle Patriots, and they’ll take on the Wachusett Mountaineers on Wednesday night. In Leominster, the Algonquin Tomahawks pulled off a double-overtime victory against the Blue Devils to advance to Wednesday night’s contest at the Westford Academy Grey Ghosts. The Shepherd Hill Rams now know they’ll be hosting Holy Name on Wednesday after the Naps defeated the Lincoln-Sudbury Warriors.