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Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball Headed to D1 North Finals at Tsongas Center

Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball Headed to D1 North Finals at Tsongas Center

Congratulations to our Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball teams for battling their way to the Tsongas Center for the Division 1 North Finals taking place this Saturday, March 9!

Raider pride will be in full effect as the CCHS community cheers on these incredible teams!

Boys basketball player drives to the basket.

Boys Basketball Highlights

The  Boys Varsity Basketball Team advanced with an exciting victory over Lowell, 67-61, at Lawrence High School.

Girls Basketball Highlights

The Girls Varsity Basketball Team advanced by defeating Peabody on Tuesday night, 64-51, at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School

Game and Ticket Information 

At the Tsongas Center (Lowell, MA) on Saturday, the girls will play Belmont High School fat 6:00 PM, and the boys will face-off with top-seeded Lynn English at 7:45 PM following the girls' game.

  • $13.00 for adults
  • $8.00 for seniors
  • $8.00 for seniors

Click here to purchase tickets.

Click here for parking and directions.

Click here for Google Maps directions.

Next Stop...

If the teams win at the Tsongas Center, the next stop would be the TD Garden in Boston for the Division 1 East Finals (and the state semifinals).

Check back soon for further details!

Go Raiders!!! The entire CCHS community is supporting you!

Student Fan Section

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