A pair of Massachusetts natives, Haverhill’s Noah Vonleh and Roxbury’s Wayne Selden Jr., were selected Thursday to play in the McDonald’s All-American boys’ basketball game April 3 in Chicago.
Vonleh is a 6-foot-8-inch forward at New Hampton Prep (N.H.) who will play for No. 1 Indiana next season. Vonleh, the seventh-ranked prospect in the country according to Rivals.com, averaged 13 points and 13 rebounds through 16 games.
Vonleh will be joined on the East team by Selden, a 6-5 shooting guard at Tilton School (N.H.), who will play at Kansas this fall. He is ranked as the 26th best player nationally by Rivals.com.
North Quincy 63, Pembroke 39 — The Gould twins powered the Red Raiders with Pat scoring 12 points and Dan adding 11.
Marshfield 60, Plymouth North 54 — Seniors Alex White (22 points) and Brendan McGuiness (19 points, 11 rebounds) powered the Rams.
North Reading 46, Triton 44 — Mike Hogan scored 15 points, including a key late 3-pointer, as the Hornets moved to 19-0.
Walpole 68, Braintree 66 — Junior Adam Quinlan scored 20 points and classmate Scott Arsenault hit the deciding 3-pointer with 11 seconds left in the second overtime for the Rebels.
Wellesley 68, Framingham 62 — Junior Aidan James scored 24 points for the Raiders.
Central Catholic 64, Andover 45 — Senior Casey McLaughlin finished with 28 points, 11 rebounds, and 5 assists as the 11th-ranked Red Raiders toppled the 16th-ranked Golden Warriors.
Randolph 71, Cathedral 44 — Sophomore Chayla Louro tallied 22 points, 4 assists, and 5 steals, and freshman Donae Reed contributed 22 points and seven steals for the Blue Devils.
West Bridgewater 43, Bristol Aggie 20 — Junior Brittany Stone scored 19 points, including the 1,000th of her career, for the 18-2 Wildcats.
Scituate 51, Hanover 43 — Senior Kelly Martin finished with 21 points, 12 rebounds, and 8 assists to propel the Sailors.
Archbishop Williams 70, Bishop Feehan 46 — Sophomore Alana Gilmer collected 20 points and 12 rebounds to lift the Bishops.
Natick 56, Weymouth 45 — Freshman Justine Gazino scored 18 points for the Red Hawks.
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Madison Park senior Amber Edwards scored every point for the Cardinals in a 56-32 loss at Charlestown Wednesday night.
“There were other kids playing and, of course, she couldn’t do it without them passing the ball, but a lot of it was pullups and layups,” Madison Park coach Carla Hands said.
“I have never witnessed that before, one single person scoring all the points.”
Edwards also had 16 rebounds.