Girls basketball: Davis-Stewart lifts New Mission
The third time proved the charm for New Mission.
Merrimack-bound center Denia Davis-Stewart was immense in the paint last night with a career-high 37 rebounds and seven blocked shots to go along with 11 points as the fifth-seeded Titans (17-5) avenged a pair of regular-season losses by knocking off top-seeded Fenway, 53-36, in a Div. 4 North semifinal.
“It’s what I am supposed to do,” Davis-Stewart said. “My teammates counted on me, and they knew I had their back.”
Defense was the calling card for New Mission as it limited a high-powered Fenway offense to 12 field goals in 71 attempts (16.9... read more
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