Revere’s Meaghan Gotham completed her outstanding high school basketball career by helping the South team defeat the North, 48-24, in the Harry Agganis Basketball All-Star Game Monday at Lynn Classical High School.
Gotham played a strong two-way game at center, teaming up with other Northeastern Conference All-Stars from Peabody, Swampscott and Lynn Classical, along with St. Mary’s standout Temi Falayi.
This past winter Gotham was a key contributor to the Northeastern Conference North Division champion Revere High team that won its first 18 games and was ranked No. 1 in the state for the first time in school history. The Patriots, under first-year coach Lianne O’Hara, defeated Medford in the first round of the MIAA Tournament before being ousted by Central Catholic in the Division 1 North quarterfinals.
The 6-foot-2-inch Gotham was also a star player for the school’s successful girls volleyball team.
Gotham is playing in a summer basketball league in preparation for her future college career at Post University (Connecticut).