Attleboro Lineup Lifts Off and Powers Past Andover

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Lauren Eby is surrounded by her teammates after the first of her two home runs in the playoff opener against Andover. Eby finished with four hits, two homers, and five RBI. (Josh Perry/

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ATTLEBORO, Mass. – During the regular season, Attleboro hit only one home run as a team. On Sunday morning at the Drummond St. Field, the Bombardiers started their playoff run by hitting three, including the first two homers of the season from senior Lauren Eby.

The power surge at the plate helped overcome and upset-minded Andover, which took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first. Attleboro scored 13 straight runs and rolled to a 17-4 victory in five innings, advancing to the Div. 1 Sweet Sixteen for the second year in a row.

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“Obviously there is a little concern there,” said Attleboro coach Mark Homer about falling behind early. “In the first couple of innings we’ve had trouble getting going sometimes. A lot of it is nerves. I’ve got a freshman on the mound pitching her first state game, you’ve got to believe she’s a little nervous, but she settled in once our offense made a statement there.”

When asked about responding to a three-run deficit, Eby added, “We’ve done it before, but it’s definitely not something we let get us down. We definitely come back from it, rebuild from it.”

Andover showed no fear at the start of the game and a bench that was already fired up got even louder when Kate Walsh blasted a three-run homer over the fence in right center.

With two outs in the bottom half of the inning, Attleboro answered. Lily Routhier got things started by beating out an infield single to deep short. Eby stepped in and smashed her first homer of the day, in almost the exact same spot as Walsh, to cut the lead down to just one.

It was the perfect response from the home team and a big confidence boost to freshman pitcher Jenna Callahan, who was making her first postseason start. After giving up the homer in the first, Callahan would give up only one more hit and unearned run over the next four innings.

“She was stoic out there today,” Homer said about Callahan. “You don’t see too much expression on her face when things are good or things are bad and that’s self-taught. For her to go out there and work through that situation, that’s what I like about her. Never mind her pitching and her ability to throw the ball, it’s what’s up here.”

Andover got a runner to third in the second, but a fly ball to Sarah Maher in center ended the threat. Callahan started the bottom of the inning with a single to left and Paige Quaglia drew a walk. The runners advanced into scoring position on a ground out, but the Golden Warriors escaped the jam by picking a runner off at third and getting a bouncer back to the circle.

Callahan pitched around a leadoff walk in the third and Attleboro’s bats came alive in the bottom half to take control of the game.

With one out, Rylie Camacho beat out an infield single, drilling a liner off the third baseman’s glove, and stole second. Routhier followed with her second infield hit of the game. Eby put the Bombardiers in front. She hit a towering fly ball up into the breeze, carrying it over the fence in center for her second homer of the day and her fifth RBI.

“It was definitely a good day to hit those, but when I went up there I really was just looking to hit anything,” Eby explained. “Any little hit would’ve helped us, just to get us started. It was such a great feeling. Everyone’s so supportive.”

Homer noted, “About four or five games ago, we moved Lauren down in the order. She was struggling. Today, I went back to the original from the beginning of the season. I don’t know if that had anything to do with it but it might have made her a little more comfortable being back in that No. 4 spot. To see her do that, and hopefully that continues going forward, we’re going to need that.”

Everything seemed to click for the Attleboro lineup. Emily Eby lined a single to get things started again. Callahan was hit by a pitch and Quaglia drove in one with a single to center. Madison Moran followed with a double to right center, driving in another, and fellow sophomore Lilly McGilvray hit a sac fly to right that scored Quaglia and made it 8-3.

Suddenly pitching with the lead, Callahan looked more comfortable and seemed to be throwing harder. Maher hauled in a deep fly ball to start the fourth and then Callahan struck out the next two batters.

“This season, she’s blown me away,” Eby said about Callahan. “I’ve seen her since she was little and to see her out here on the mound and playing with her, I’m really proud of her.”

Camacho led off the fourth by crushing one over the fence in left. Routhier reached on an error and Lauren Eby this time stayed in the park, lining a single to right center. A walk to Emily Eby loaded the bases and Callahan drew a walk to bring in a run. A low throw on a play at the plate allowed Lauren Eby to score and Emily followed right behind on a single by Moran. McGilvray made it 13-3 with a single of her own.

Andover kept pushing and got a base runner with a one-out error. A double would bring the run across, but Callahan stranded one in scoring position by getting a pop up to Routhier at short.

The Bombardiers put the game away in the fifth. Routhier walked to reach base for the fourth time and Eby got her fourth hit of the day on a single to center. Callahan plated one with a single, Quaglia did the same, and then Moran brought in a pair (her third and fourth RBI of the day) with a double to right.

Homer said, “Finally, we got around the second time through on their pitcher. Everyone responded today.

Eby remarked, “I think we’re all really connected. We’ve known each other for so long and we’ve grown up with each other and I think once one person gets it started we build from it and just keep it going.”

Attleboro (13-8) will wait to see who it faces in the next round. The Bombardiers will face the winner of No. 7 Bishop Feehan and No. 26 Braintree.

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Pagano Shines and Attleboro Wins Tournament Opener

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Cooper Johnson celebrates after sliding into third. He would come home on a groundout, scoring the first run in Attleboro’s tournament win over Doherty. (Josh Perry/

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ATTLEBORO, Mass. – For the second time in two innings, Attleboro saw a one-run slip away. In the top of the fifth of Thursday afternoon’s Div. 1 preliminary round game at Drummond St. Field, Doherty responded to the Bombardiers going in front by scoring immediately. With two outs and the go-ahead run just 90 feet away, Attleboro’s Jonny Pagano struck out Ryan Flanagan for the second time to escape the jam.

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It proved to be a momentum-shifting moment. With the game still tied, Attleboro came up in the bottom half of the inning and scored three times to take control of the game. The Bombardiers would add another in the sixth to pull out a 6-2 victory. Pagano spun a gem, going 6-1/3 innings, allowing only two hits and striking out seven.

“He pitched great, the kids fought, we got some bunts down, we did the little things that we needed to do, and just had a great game all around,” said Attleboro coach Steve Dunlea. 
“Jonny got us out of a couple of situations where we had the lead and then they fought back and there were guys in scoring position and he really just got tough and was able to get us out of those innings.”

Pagano came out firing for the hosts, striking out the first two batters he faced. Although he hit Cameron Early to put a runner on, Pagano induced a pop up to Cooper Johnson at short to end the first. Brody McKenna went on a long run to grab a pop up in foul territory and Andrew Gorman snared a hard-hit liner at first to make quick work of the second as well.

In the bottom of the second, the Bombardiers struck first. Johnson hit a high fly to right that wasn’t handled, turning into a three-base error and the leadoff runner at third. After a scary moment, when catcher Aiden Hochwarter was hit in the face by a pitch (Owen Parker came in as a courtesy runner but Hochwarter remained in the game), Danny Johnson hustled to beat out a double play and allow the run to score.

Jack Hale stole momentum back with a lead-off, ground-rule double to left to start the third. A sac bunt moved Hale to third and he scored on a pitch that got away and went to the backstop. With a runner in scoring position, Pagano got a fly ball to right and a grounder to third, with Gorman making sure of the final out with a nice pick at first.

After Pagano breezed through the top of the fourth with a pair of strikeouts, Attleboro regained the lead. Matt Harvie smacked one past the bag at third and, with aggressive base-running, turned it into a double. He continued his aggression by taking third on a fly ball to left-center. With two outs Hochwarter was hit by a pitch again. Parker and Harvie executed a double steal and the Bombardiers went in front 2-1.

With one out in the fifth, Hale was nearly caught stealing at second but the ball came loose before the tag. Nigel Cross followed with Doherty’s second hit, lacing a single to center that brought in the run. Boris Valdez reached on a fielder’s choice, when Cross was caught in a rundown between second and third, and stole two bases to get to third, but Pagano came up with a big pitch to end the threat.

Gorman gave Attleboro a lift at the plate, lining a single to left to start the bottom half of the inning. With the pinch runner on second, Jacob Bettencourt pushed a bunt down the first base line and was able to get to the uncovered bag to put two runners on. McKenna put the hosts back in front with a sac fly to center.

Attleboro continued to come through with two outs. First Harvie and then Cooper Johnson followed with singles to bring in two more runs and make it 5-2.

Dunlea joked, We tend to wait around a little bit and then we score later in the game. It keeps the fans interested.” He praised his team’s ability to produce with two outs (four of the six runs), “There were a lot of times early in the season where we were leaving a lot of guys on base, so to even with two outs get those guys across the plate is huge.”

Pagano made sure not to give any life back to Doherty with a clean top of the sixth, including his sixth strikeout. Hochwarter, who not only got hit by a pitch twice but was also stung by a foul ball, opened the bottom half by beating out a grounder deep in the hole at short and advancing to second on a wild pitch.

“He’s the iron man,” Dunlea said when asked about Hochwarter. “There’s only two innings he hasn’t caught this season and he’s got a bloody lip and bruises all over his leg, sweating up a storm, but he loves it. He was born to be a catcher.”

Danny Johnson got on behind Hochwarter and both moved up on a sac bunt by Gorman. With two outs, freshman Ryan Landry went to the opposite field, serving a single out to shallow left to bring in an insurance run for the Bombardiers.

Pagano came back out for the seventh and promptly got his seventh strikeout of the day before Dunlea turned to his bullpen.

“He was mad at me when I took him out at the end but it’s 100 [degrees] on the turf,” Dunlea said about Pagano. “He’s come around as a big game pitcher for us. The moment doesn’t seem to faze him, he’s just staying calm and doing what he needs to do. I’m really impressed with his learning how to pitch.”

Jackson Huntington had to pitch around a couple of defensive miscues that put two on for the visitors, but he got off the mound well on a slow roller up the line to finish off Doherty and send Attleboro to the Round of 32.

“This team really fought this season,” Dunlea said when asked about what it meant for the Bombardiers to have an opportunity to play in the state tournament, after narrowly missing out last spring. “The kids halfway through the season realized, ‘Hey, we’re a good team,’ and that’s huge. Once you have the confidence, then you can go from there.”

Attleboro (10-11) will face No. 4 Central Catholic in the next round. The game will be Sunday afternoon at Northern Essex Community College.

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Hockomock League Outdoor Track Championships 2023

Hockomock League Outdoor Track Championships 2023
The Attleboro boys won their first ever title at the annual Hockomock Outdoor Track Championships, held at Foxboro High. (Josh Perry/

The Hockomock League Championships were held at Foxboro High this past weekend. Below are the team results and the top eight finishers for each event.

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Boys Team Results

1. Attleboro – 119
2. Oliver Ames – 112
3. Mansfield – 76
4. Stoughton – 69
5. Taunton – 61
T6. Franklin – 42
T6. King Philip – 42
T6. North Attleboro – 42
9. Sharon – 41
10. Foxboro – 33
11. Milford – 19
12. Canton – 7

1. Dmitrius Shearrion, Taunton – 11.29
2. Ayden Ramirez, Attleboro – 11.48
3. Myles Brown, Mansfield – 11.53
4. Kadon Jordan, Taunton – 11.57
5. Matt-Andy Beauchamps, Stoughton – 11.74
6. Duncan Seaman, Sharon – 11.94
7. Dylan Huffman, Sharon – 11.99
8. Kevin Smith, King Philip – 12.02

1. Dmitrius Shearrion, Taunton – 22.40
2. Jordan Rivera-Silva, Attleboro – 22.73
3. Nate Kablik, Mansfield – 23.08
4. Elijah Wisdom, Sharon – 23.35
5. William Tinkham, Stoughton – 23.70
6. Jack Reed, Mansfield – 23.77
7. Nolan Querzoli, Oliver Ames – 23.80
8. Sean Kaswale, Attleboro – 23.83


Hockomock League Outdoor Track Championships 2023

1. Aaron Martin, Attleboro – 50.95
2. Trey Lovell, Franklin – 51.10
3. Nolan Querzoli, Oliver Ames – 51.66
4. Ben Parson, Milford – 52.10
5. Dan Krasylnykov, Canton – 52.13
6. Stephen Haney, Foxboro – 52.77
7. Jaylen Outland, Attleboro – 52.96
8. Kyle Dickinson, Mansfield – 53.55

1. Ryan Sarney, Oliver Ames – 2:01.69
2. Aidan Dupill, Oliver Ames – 2:02.44
3. Brendan Thomas, Oliver Ames – 2:03.12
4. Marco Geminiani, Mansfield – 2:05.48
5. Luca Giardini, King Philip – 2:06.26
6. Troy Penney, Mansfield – 2:06.68
7. Alexander Blumen, Sharon – 2:06.83
8. Brooks Stone, Foxboro – 2:07.07

1 Mile
1. Brendan Thomas, Oliver Ames – 4:26.75
2. Ryan Sarney, Oliver Ames – 4:27.17
3. Aidan Dupill, Oliver Ames – 4:27.57
4. Connor Peterson, North Attleboro – 4:34.68
5. Talon Johnson, Mansfield – 4:39.91
6. Nathan Sylven, King Philip – 4:41.94
7. Baxter Greene, North Attleboro – 4:43.04
8. Jonathan Pink, Franklin – 4:43.96

2 Mile
1. Aidan Dupill, Oliver Ames – 9:51.63
2. Brendan Thomas, Oliver Ames – 9:54.27
3. Nicholas Yacoub, Sharon – 10:00.45
4. Nathan Sylven, King Philip – 10:04.93
5. Alexander Pierce, Oliver Ames – 10:12.79
6. Andrew Fletcher, Milford – 10:21.36
7. Sam Denis, Taunton – 10:27.59
8. Joe Thomas, Sharon – 10:28.40

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110M Hurdles
1. William Tinkham, Stoughton – 15.03
2. Alexander Gong, Sharon – 15.55
3. Evan Rawlings, Mansfield – 16.11
4. Alex Huynh, Stoughton – 16.29
5. Maxwell Crawford, Attleboro – 16.38
6. Kevin Smith, King Philip – 16.39
7. Mason Scardocci, Foxboro – 16.82
8. Jaret Schmidt, Franklin – 17.68

400M Hurdles
1. Evan Rawlings, Mansfield – 56.63
2. Maxwell Crawford, Attleboro – 57.82
3. Daniel O’Malley, Foxboro – 58.45
4. Jacob Blazek, Attleboro – 58.49
5. Luca Giardini, King Philip – 59.73
6. Vance Crawford, Attleboro – 1:01.31
7. William Sobieraj, Oliver Ames – 1:01.61
8. Jack Butler, Oliver Ames – 1:02.22

4×100 Relay
1. Attleboro (Ayden Ramirez, Jaylen Outland, Zyeem Charles, Adrian Rivera) – 44.12
2. Mansfield (Myles Brown, Jack Reed, Sirius Li, Nate Kablik) – 44.26
3. Franklin (Connor Klawson, Joshua Dunlap, Bryce Dragsbaek, Stephon Reed) – 44.47
4. Taunton (Jonathan Trinh, Omari Rodrigues, Malachi Johnson, Dmitrius Shearrion) – 44.84
5. Sharon (Alex Gong, Malachi Diaz, Naeem Prempin, Duncan Seaman) – 44.95
6. Stoughton (Matt-Andy Beauchamps, Zachary Feist, William Tinkham, Brandon Madden) – 45.64
7. Oliver Ames (Lubert Etienne, Patrick Dunlap, Dominic Nowakowski, Joe Calisi) – 46.00
8. Milford (Shawn Pierce, Jarret Brown, Taylor Feliciano, Yael Lopez De Victoria) – 46.88

4×400 Relay
1. Attleboro (Austin Bowie, Jacob Blazek, Jordan Rivera-Silva, Aaron Martin) – 3:34.07
2. Oliver Ames (Jack Butler, Christopher Gaskill, William Sobieraj, Nolan Querzoli) – 3:39.56
3. Franklin (Aidan Orr, Fraser Baird, Jake Vaccarezza, Trey Lovell) – 3:39.60
4. Foxboro (Stephen Haney, Daniel O’Malley, Brayden Pace, Brooks Stone) – 3:41.80
5. Mansfield (Kyle Dickinson, Marco Geminiani, Thomas Giudicianni, Evan Rawlings) – 3:44.08
6. Canton (Dan Glemaud, Dan Krasylnykov, Ruairi Ritson, Mohith Arugollu) – 3:45.24
7. Taunton (Fitting Aidden, Peyton Weldon, Aidan Zamora, Az St. Marc) – 3:47.29
8. King Philip (Ryan Taylor, Sean Woods, Pranav Srinivasan, Owen MacKenzie) – 3:48.57

4×800 Relay
1. Oliver Ames (Alex Callanan, Ethan Mahoney, Alexander Pierce, Ryan Sarney) – 8:30.95
2. Franklin (Jack Halter, Anton Sackley, Aidan Nisbett, Will Boozang) – 8:39.12
3. Attleboro (Michael Jennison, Nicholas Graber, William Badger III, Luke Hagopian) – 8:45.75
4. North Attleboro (Connor Peterson, Baxter Greene, Brady King, Eliude Alcanat) – 8:49.00
5. King Philip (Nathan Sylven, James McKenna, Liam Nolan, Luca Giardini) – 8:50.37
6. Mansfield (Colby Quersher, Collin Fine, Troy Penney, Talon Johnson) – 8:53.87
7. Stoughton (Jacob Marques, Jack Barbato, William Borges, Max Pokraka) – 9:16.77
8. Sharon (Joe Thomas, Adam Lessard, Vincent Chen, Ethan Scarfo) – 9:28.75

Shot Put
1. Mark Etienvre, North Attleboro – 51-04.50
2. Joe Flanagan, Foxboro – 47-02.25
3. Ayden Agbasi, Mansfield – 43-09.00
4. Thomas Laz, Stoughton – 42-02.00
5. Peter Andromalos, Oliver Ames – 41-01.00
6. Chris Young, Oliver Ames – 40-02.00
7. Degen Granese, King Philip – 39-09.00
8. Kamron Marsh, Attleboro – 39-07.75

1. Mark Etienvre, North Attleboro – 124-04
2. Ayden Agbasi, Mansfield – 116-00
3. Enrique Maldonado, Taunton – 107-07
4. Kamron Marsh, Attleboro – 106-06
5. Jacob Bowser, Franklin – 104-05
6. Daniel Mintz, Mansfield – 103-05
7. Ethan Jimenez, Stoughton – 101-04
8. Jayden Tetreault, Attleboro – 99-09

1. Joe Coplan, Milford – 148-04
2. James Scott, Franklin – 147-00
3. Harrison Keen, Foxboro – 133-04
4. Elijah Perez, Taunton – 128-08
5. Brayden Burton, Oliver Ames – 127-06
6. Logan Frank, Taunton – 126-09
7. Mark Etienvre, North Attleboro – 126-03
8. Joshua C Masuwa, Stoughton – 122-03

High Jump

Hockomock League Outdoor Track Championships 2023

1. Matt Singletary, Stoughton – 6-06.00
2. Carson Crump, North Attleboro – 6-02.00
T3. Zyeem Charles, Attleboro – 5-10.00
T3. Dylan Woods, King Philip – 5-10.00
T3. Alex Huynh, Stoughton – 5-10.00
6. Keagan Fletcher, King Philip – 5-10.00
7. Ty Boswell, Attleboro – 5-10.00
8. Jake Stromfors, Attleboro – 5-10.00

Long Jump
1. Matt Singletary, Stoughton – 23-02.00
2. Adrian Rivera, Attleboro – 21-05.50
3. Malachi Johnson, Taunton – 21-04.50
4. Elijah Wisdom, Sharon – 21-02.25
5. Alex Huynh, Stoughton – 20-08.00
6. Aidan Pantages, Attleboro – 20-05.00
7. Daniel O’Malley, Foxboro – 20-04.75
8. Anthony Petijohn, Taunton – 19-11.50

Triple Jump
1. Zyeem Charles, Attleboro – 43-09.00
2. Adrian Rivera, Attleboro – 43-01.00
3. Anthony Petijohn, Taunton – 42-04.50
4. Sean Woods, King Philip – 42-03.00
5. Matt Singletary, Stoughton – 42-02.00
6. Tobiah Stessman, Sharon – 41-11.50
7. Degen Granese, King Philip – 41-06.50
8. Elijah Wisdom, Sharon – 41-05.50

Girls Team Results

1. Franklin – 155
2. Oliver Ames – 92.5
3. Mansfield – 91
4. Stoughton – 68.5
5. King Philip – 53
6. North Attleboro – 47.5
7. Canton – 44
8. Taunton – 38
9. Sharon – 31
10. Milford – 22
11. Foxboro – 15.5
12. Attleboro – 5

1. Abigail Scott, Mansfield – 11.90
T2. Grace Okocha, Oliver Ames – 12.20
T2. Nina Kyei-Aboagye, Sharon – 12.20
4. Alex D’Amadio, King Philip – 12.30
T5. Amelia Andre, Oliver Ames – 12.70
T5. Senai Whigham, Stoughton – 12.70
7. Grace Inacio, Taunton – 12.80
8. Amaya Cruz, Taunton – 13.10

1. Nina Kyei-Aboagye, Sharon – 26.344
2. Grace Okocha, Oliver Ames – 26.349
3. Julia Maclaine, Oliver Ames – 26.92
4. Camryn Collins, Foxboro – 27.19
5. Meghan Driscoll, Mansfield – 27.65
6. Olivia Barry, Mansfield – 28.06
7. Lauren Signoriello, Mansfield – 28.25
8. Chidera Agbanari, North Attleboro – 28.28

1. Shayla Ford, Stoughton – 59.75
2. Madison Bruno, Franklin – 1:00.20
3. Julie Richardson, Stoughton – 1:01.01
4. Caelen O’Leary, Taunton – 1:01.45
5. Lauren Signoriello, Mansfield – 1:01.74
6. Dani Atherton, Milford – 1:01.92
7. Sydney DiVasta, Mansfield – 1:02.67
8. Lauren Bober, Foxboro – 1:03.11

1. Danielle Lomuscio, King Philip – 2:18.60
2. Emersyn DePonte, Taunton – 2:20.77
3. Phylicia Dias, Taunton – 2:28.03
4. Danessa Francois, Stoughton – 2:28.57
5. Meghan Griffith, Franklin – 2:30.93
6. Elaine McCarty, Stoughton – 2:32.34
7. Brooke Davies, Foxboro – 2:32.39
8. Norah Puleo, Mansfield – 2:32.94

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1 Mile
1. Katie Sobieraj, Oliver Ames – 5:10.43
2. Gwenyth Holland, Franklin – 5:15.14
3. Molly Capece, Oliver Ames – 5:20.82
4. Braelyn Graham, Oliver Ames – 5:27.97
5. Sydney Kalil, Milford – 5:28.19
6. Julia Simpson, North Attleboro – 5:43.37
7. Cheyanne Kelley, King Philip – 5:58.79
8. Lilly Branco, Stoughton – 5:59.31

2 Mile
1. Hannah Dupill, Oliver Ames – 11:39.16
2. Annie Reilly, Oliver Ames – 11:43.80
3. Katie Galgoczy, North Attleboro – 11:47.25
4. Emilia Smith, Attleboro – 11:59.98
5. Anna Moore, Mansfield – 12:04.63
6. Alexandra Batla, Franklin – 12:22.74
7. Madeline Stewart, Oliver Ames – 12:23.37
8. Ella Lussier, King Philip – 12:41.86

100M Hurdles
1. Sarah Dumas, Franklin – 15.48
2. Ella Chandaria, Franklin – 16.39
3. Madeline Hill, King Philip – 16.70
4. Maude Kilmer, Sharon – 17.43
5. Sarah Glaser, King Philip – 17.73
6. Jayda Proffit, Canton – 17.99
7. Elyssa Buchanan, Mansfield – 18.06
8. Madison Morris, Mansfield – 18.37

400M Hurdles
1. Sarah Dumas, Franklin – 1:02.70
2. Ella Chandaria, Franklin – 1:08.92
3. Anna Cliff, Franklin – 1:10.85
4. Chloe Dubuisson, Canton – 1:10.97
5. Kay Wheelock, Milford – 1:11.60
6. Heidi Lawrence, King Philip – 1:12.69
7. Maddy Luck, Foxboro – 1:12.86
8. Frankie Smith, Mansfield – 1:13.19

4×100 Relay
1. Mansfield (Abigail Scott, Meghan Driscoll, Danni Cuzzi, Chloe Guthrie) – 50.92
2. Oliver Ames (Grace Okocha, Julia Maclaine, Aubrey Thibault, Amelia Andre) – 51.75
3. Canton (Diana Tambi, Katherin Oliver, Jayda Proffit, Syriah McCruse) – 51.87
4. Franklin (Sophia Cuneo, Cara DiDomenico, Olivia Costa, Ella Chandaria) – 52.55
5. Stoughton (Senai Whigham, Bellaya Franck, Gabriele Julien, Shayla Ford) – 52.77
6. Sharon (Callie Weader, Nina Kyei-Aboagye, Maude Kilmer, Olivia Nau) – 53.28
7. Taunton (Renee Leao, Larissa Cardoso, Lia Abouyazbek, Neveah Young) – 54.03
8. North Attleboro (Chidera Agbanari, Haleigh Branconier, Marissa Daley, Julia Smith) – 54.79

4×400 Relay

Hockomock League Outdoor Track Championships 2023

1. Franklin (Gwenyth Holland, Anna Cliff, Kyra McSweeney, Madison Bruno) – 4:15.84
2. Taunton (Phylicia Dias, Ava Uhl, Emersyn DePonte, Caelen O’Leary) – 4:21.21
3. Stoughton (Leah McCarty, Danessa Francois, Katherine Giroux, Julie Richardson) – 4:24.23
4. Canton (Alyssa Wong, Brianna Rosebrugh, Chloe Dubuisson, Lianne Camille) – 4:26.78
5. King Philip (Alex D’Amadio, Ella McManus, Sarah Glaser, Dani Lomuscio) – 4:32.45
6. Mansfield (Rosie McIntyre, Avery Hawthorne, Brooke Penney, Frankie Smith) – 4:40.75
7. North Attleboro (Haley Carr, Peighton Gagne, Julia Smith, Rylie Souza) – 4:44.91
8. Oliver Ames (Bridget Hughes, Annie Reilly, Iole Apostoli, Braelyn Graham) – 4:45.74

4×800 Relay
1. Oliver Ames (Jenna Gilman, Hannah Dupill, Molly Capece, Katie Sobieraj) – 10:06.86
2. Franklin (Meghan Griffith, Allison Powderly, Alex Alvarado, Lainey Costa) – 10:37.09
3. Sharon (Eva Olszewski, Sara Lessard, Sierra Robison, Amaya Zibrak) – 10:51.73
4. North Attleboro (Ellie Fournier, Katie Galgoczy, Julia Simpson, Harper Sweeney) – 11:01.34
5. Mansfield (Taylor Palinski, Anna Moore, Gwynne Pare, Norah Puleo) – 11:03.11
6. Foxboro (Casey Dahl, Brooke Davies, Áine Fitzpatrick, Mable Linck) – 11:07.77
7. Stoughton (Rivanah Lauradin, Elaine McCarty, Briana Lozano, Lilly Branco) – 11:17.19
8. King Philip (Katelyn Buban, Leah Burke, Cheyanne Kelley, Ella Lussier) – 11:37.16

Shot Put
1. Simarah McPherson, Stoughton – 36-01.00
2. Elizabeth Hopkins, Franklin – 33-07.75
3. Lily Deforge, Franklin – 33-05.00
4. Caitlin Garrahy, Mansfield – 31-11.00
5. Emma Massih, Canton – 31-03.50
6. Darby Nicholson, Franklin – 31-01.50
7. Sienna Newth, North Attleboro – 31-00.50
8. Kara Santos, Mansfield – 30-11.50

1. Lily Deforge, Franklin – 111-10
2. Elizabeth Hopkins, Franklin – 102-03
3. Caitlin Garrahy, Mansfield – 95-04
4. Darby Nicholson, Franklin – 95-04
5. Sienna Newth, North Attleboro – 94-08
6. Sophia Olaniyan, Taunton – 88-08
7. Emma Massih, Canton – 88-01
8. Marissa King, North Attleboro – 87-08

1. Elizabeth Hopkins, Franklin – 125-04
2. Evalysse Pierce, Milford – 115-11
3. Maya Ashu, Stoughton, 109-03
4. Luran Slotnick, Canton – 97-06
5. Ellie Weidman, Franklin – 97-00
6. Avery Hawthorne, Mansfield – 95-06
7. Dakota Costa, Taunton – 93-01
8. Brooke Navarro, Taunton – 92-02

High Jump
1. Sarah Dumas, Franklin – 5-02.00
2. Elyssa Buchanan, Mansfield – 4-10.00
3. Sydney O’Connor, North Attleboro – 4-10.00
T4. Belleya Franck, Stoughton – 4-08.00
T4. Gabriele Julien, Stoughton – 4-08.00
T4. Megan Ladd, North Attleborough – 4-08.00
7. Chloe Davies, Foxboro – 4-08.00
T8. Sarah Christo, North Attleboro – 4-06.00
T8. Kiley Osborne, Foxboro – 4-06.00

Long Jump
1. Alex D’Amadio, King Philip – 18-00.75
2. Katherine Oliver, Canton – 17-05.75
3. Frankie Spagna, Mansfield – 16-09.00
4. Amelia Andre, Oliver Ames – 16-08.75
5. Marissa Daley, North Attleboro – 16-07.25
6. Caleigh Wilson, Milford – 16-00.75
7. Heidi Lawrence, King Philip – 16-00.50
8. Olivia Costa, Franklin – 15-11.00

Triple Jump
1. Frankie Spagna, Mansfield – 37-03.50
2. Marissa Daley, North Attleboro – 35-06.00
3. Katherine Oliver, Canton – 34-05.50
4. Heidi Lawrence, King Philip – 33-11.50
5. Maya Ashu, Stoughton – 33-04.00
6. Aubrey Thibault, Oliver Ames – 32-07.00
7. Olivia Costa, Franklin – 32-04.50
8. Elsie Roberts, Mansfield – 32-02.00

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