Loewen thrives on record night; Senior nets 36 in Hawks' victory.
Hudson 69, Marlboro 53: Jacob Loewen scored 36 points to give him 1,229 for his career and break the school scoring record for Hudson in a home win.
Loewen surpassed girls' basketball star Alli Peters, who graduated with 1,221 points in 2004.
Tom Orsatti had 14 points and six assists and Kyle Sullivan 15 rebounds and three blocks for the Hawks (4-13).
Jacob Goulet had 22 points for the Panthers (1-16).
Northbridge 58, Millbury 54: Antonio Becerril and Matt Phelan each had 17 points to spur the visiting Rams (13-4, 13-3 SWCL) past the Woolies (2-16, 2-13).
Phelan also had a crucial 3-pointer with less than a minute left.
Nick Guaragno paced Millbury with 14 points and 11 rebounds.
Quaboag 55, David Prouty 44: Senior Thomas Jankins and junior Ethan Lacaire each scored 17 points for the host Cougars (15-3, 13-2 SWCL), who held the Panthers (7-11) scoreless over the final seven minutes.
Sophomore Jake Wisniewski had 11 points and 17 rebounds for Quaboag.
Junior Brendan Coughlin led David Prouty with 14 points.
St. Mark's 66, Governor's Academy 40: Aaron Salzon scored a team-high 20 points for the Lions (8-7).
Groton-Dunstable 42, Marlboro 33: Rachel McCarron had 15 points, 8 rebounds and 3 steals to help the host Crusaders (8-9, 5-5 Midland B) top the Panthers (8-11, 4-6).
Lindsay Werner added 8 points, 7 rebounds and 3 steals for Groton-Dunstable.
Amanda Monfalcone had 14 points to lead Marlboro.
Quaboag 88, David Prouty 33: Ari Plante had a game-high 21 points and 12 rebounds to power the third-ranked Cougars (18-0, 16-0 SWCL) past the visiting Panthers (3-16, 0-16).
Jess Korzec added 20 points, Ally Plante had 14 points (including four 3-pointers), and Lexi Paquette also had 14 points for Quaboag.
David Prouty's Kasey Hamilton scored 16 points.
St. Peter-Marian 50, Littleton 45: Sophomore guard Samantha Chan had 12 points and six steals, and sophomore Alexa Kalinowski added 10 points and nine rebounds for the host Guardians (5-11).
Sophomore forward Kristina Domantas had eight points and 11 rebounds for St. Peter-Marian, which held Littleton to four points in the fourth quarter after trailing by two entering the period.
Senior Kristen Smith led the Tigers (11-5) with 16 points.
Nashoba 4, Littleton 2: Senior Mike Lengieza scored twice with sophomore Hunter Boudreau assisting on both for the Chieftains (11-4-2) at the Groton School Rink.
The Tigers (1-14-1) pulled to within 3-2 on junior Cam Bassett's power-play goal with 1:09 left, but senior Mike Charbonneau scored into an empty net with 24 seconds left for Nashoba.
Worcester 7, Lunenburg 1: Sophomore Seamus O'Connor had three goals and two assists and junior Brian Curley scored twice to lead the fourth-ranked Wildcats (15-1-1) past the Blue Knights (9-5-3) at Buffone Rink.
Tyler Miller made 29 saves in the win, while Brett Vacarello scored for Lunenburg.