Chris Bardwell’s 35-point night against Andover last night got the juices flowing.
Who has put up the most prolific scoring nights on the boys side this year?
Take a look at the top 10 scoring performances of the winter:
50 — L.J. Figueroa, Notre Dame of Lawrence vs. Innovation Charter School
46 — Figueroa, Notre Dame of Lawrence vs. Bradford Christian Academy
41 — Justin Reyes, Whittier Tech vs. Minuteman
36 — Jayde Dawson, Brooks vs. Milton Academy
35 — Chris Bardwell, North Andover vs. Andover
33 — Morton, Sanborn vs. Prospect Mountain
32 — Chris Dunn, Andover vs. Tewksbury
32 — Sam Dowden, Andover vs. Chelmsford
30 — Bardwell, North Andover vs. Billerica
30 — Reyes, Whittier Tech. vs. North Shore Tech
GET YOUR PASSPORT
The newly-revamped Web.com Tour, which is now the sole road to a PGA Tour Card, has announced its 2013 schedule.
Andover’s Rob Oppenheim will indeed again be full time on the tour, which opens on Feb. 21 in Panama. The former Rollins College great will play weekends in Panama, Colombia, Chile and Brazil before the tour moves back above the Equator for the bulk of the season.
Oppenheim leaves for Panama on Feb. 18.
GET WARM QUICK
Winter’s latest blast got you down?
Remember that the spring season is just around the corner.
Friday, yes as in five days from now, senior co-captain Katie Bettencourt of Salem and the UMass Minutemen open their 2013 softball season at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton against Long Island University-Brooklyn.
SPEAKING OF SPRING
Another guy thinking spring is Pentucket Regional baseball coach Tom L’Italien.
He will host the 10th annual Pre-Season Sachem Baseball School at Pentucket during the week of March 11-15. There will be one session, which runs 4-6 p.m. all week for players in grades 1-9. The week long clinic will emphasize the proper skill development in pitching, catching form throwing and hitting. The Pre Season Sachem Baseball School also features 3 indoor mounds and one indoor batting cage. For more information or for a brochure please call L’Italien at (978) 265-6128 or e-mail at TLCAMPS@ME.com.
SHOT IN THE DARK
Former Lowell Spinner Bryce Brentz, an outfield prospect looking to make the Boston Red Sox this spring, shot himself in the leg last month.
Now, there are a ton of cheap shots here, about this franchise and putting it out of its misery after an embarrassing last two years, but let’s avoid pummeling the Olde Town Team here.
Brentz was a first-round draft pick by the Red Sox in 2010. He hit a combined .290 with 17 home runs and 76 RBIs last season in Double-A and Triple-A.
And weeks before spring training is to begin, he shoots himself in the leg?
Word is he’ll be OK. Good for him. As for the Sox, they had better not figure this as an omen for the upcoming campaign, to which pitchers and catchers report this week.