Snapshot: This weekend's best memories, milestones
Who can forget Brendan Durkin, Newton North's rapping team manager, who became the toast of Newton after his shot on the floor of TD Garden last month (There was also a memorable press conference). Today at the Comcast IAABO Board 27 Classic, "B-Wonder" continued his media Tour de force by dropping off autographs at the press table:
Got a signed photo from Brendan Durkin's impressive day at TD Garden. One of my best memories as a journalist. pic.twitter.com/pzhir5qAQK— John Botelho (@JohnBotelhoSJ) February 16, 2014
In case you missed it, an instant classic went down Saturday night in Rockland, where Bulldogs sophomore John Furr threw up a last-second prayer in overtime for a 65-63 win over Cohasset. Correspondent John Botelho took this shot of the crowd storming the court:
John Furr tip in at the horn wins it in OT. Rockland 65-63 pic.twitter.com/aDPI5CzJik— John Botelho (@JohnBotelhoSJ) February 15, 2014
Canton coach Ryan Gordy, one of the better young hoops minds south of Boston, is getting some much-deserved praise this season as the Bulldogs are off to one of their best campaigns in decades. You know you've made it big when you've got the ear of the revered Canton Junction sports pub:
Local restaurants are on the bandwagon! pic.twitter.com/ZV7TvtB41I— CHS Boys Basketball (@CHSDogsBball) February 17, 2014
Boston College held its "Junior Day" on campus this weekend for Class of 2015 recruits, and among the guests were a few Central Mass. stars -- (L to R) Shepherd Hill quarterback/defensive back Drew Jean-Guillaume and lineman Chris Lindstrom, and Auburn running back Mark Wright. In a cool touch, the three posed for a photo at the locker of old friend Isaac Yiadom of Doherty High, who enrolled early at BC after leading the Highlanders to the Division 4 state title last December.
I'll never get tired of shots of medal-winners biting their hardware:
...Though I wouldn't recommend trying to take a bite out of this:
Medfield senior forward Kristin Fechtelkotter notched her 1,000th career point today in a drubbing of Archbishop Williams, marking the first time in school history three Big Blue players have surpassed the mark in the same season.
Ms. 1000...Way to go Kristin! pic.twitter.com/9aYkIwEYSm— Medfield Athletics (@MedfieldAD) February 16, 2014
Back to Canton, Sam Larson is the newest member of the Bulldogs' 1,000-point club:
Sam Larson is the newest member of the 1,000 point club, and he will have his name on this banner forever. pic.twitter.com/71kQtJtxsm— CHS Boys Basketball (@CHSDogsBball) February 16, 2014