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Massachusetts star has sextuple-double

Originally Published: April 1, 2010
By Joe Farris | Special to Page 2

GROTON, Mass. -- Colin Cook, a 16-year-old junior at Lawrence Academy has recorded the first known sextuple double. Cook had 28 points, 21 rebounds, 12 assists, 11 steals, 15 blocks and 11 turnovers in a 65-48 victory over inter-league rivals Roxbury Academy.

"I've never seen anyone so active in a game," said the Lawrence Spartans' head coach Mike Foley. "He's always been one of those guys who tries to get involved in every play but until now the turnovers were the only thing you could really count on."

"I just like to play," said a humble Cook, unlacing his Nike Air Max Hyperizers after the team's practice. "My teammates joke with me about the turnovers, but the rest of the record is pretty cool."

Lawrence Academy, the 10th oldest boarding school in the nation, plays for the Massachusetts Boarding School State Championship this Saturday.

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