Wednesday, March 6, 2013
The Tewksbury High School girls basketball team nearly earned a first round playoff win last week, and they have a strong core eligible to return next season.
He's fiery on the sidelines. And it provides the spark the Tewksbury High School girls basketball team needs. Head coach Mark Bradley led the Lady Redmen to the playoffs this year, and nearly helped them earn a victory over North Andover in the opening round. Despite the loss, Bradley said the future is bright for the team, and he's looking forward to a postseason return next year. Are you a big fan of the Redmen? You'll also want to see:
Thursday, February 28, 2013
A late intentional foul call hurt Tewksbury's chances of completing a comeback, and the locals were eliminated with a 38-34 loss.
It was a strong season for the Tewksbury High School girls basketball team. But it was a foul end for the Redmen on Wednesday night in North Andover. A controversial intentional foul call late in the North Division 2 first round game prevented Tewksbury from making one final attempt to get back in the game and helped the Scarlet Knights escape with a 38-34 win. After Tewksbury couldn't capitalize on several possessions trailing by one point, the Redmen were forced to foul with about 15 seconds remaining. When a defender fouled in hopes of getting the ball back down by at worst three points, the referee instead ruled that the foul came with no intent at going for the ball. As a result, North Andover received two free throws, the ball back …
Friday, February 17, 2012
Tewksbury High girls basketball team tops Methuen, 64-56 in final game at high school gym.
They shut down the old house in style. In what should stand as the final girls varsity high school basketball game in the history of the Tewksbury High gymnasium, the TMHS girls basketball team came up with their best offensive performance of the season and closed out their 2011-2012 home schedule with a 64-56 win over Methuen High School. Junior forward Nicole Chaet scored a season-high 21 points to lead the 9-9 Redmen, who have now fought their way back to the .500 mark after an 0-6 start to the season. Tewksbury has now won four straight games, and nine of its last 12. "I'm real proud of the girls and how they've continue to battle back," Tewksbury High coach Mark Bradley said. "I'm proud for our team to be 9-9 right now. It's a heck of…