Foxboro Shakes Off Rust and Avenges Playoff Defeat

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Paige Curran and Val Beigel combined for 11 goals and four assists to lead Foxboro to a big win over Bromfield in the D3 Sweet Sixteen. (Josh Perry/

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FOXBORO, Mass. – Hours before Foxboro was supposed to open the Div. 3 playoffs, the Warriors found out that Pope Francis was opting out and that the game was a forfeit. Going into Thursday night’s visit from No. 13 Bromfield to the Sam Berns Community Field, Foxboro had not played a competitive game since May 22, a span of 17 days.

Facing the team that knocked them out of last year’s tournament, in a one-goal quarterfinal thriller, on nearly three weeks of rest was not ideal. When the game started, Foxboro jumped out to an early lead but was clearly not playing with its typical pace or crispness.

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That all turned around in the second half. Foxboro started winning draws (11-of-15 in the second half) and closed the game on an 11-2 run, turning a two-goal game into an 18-7 blowout that sends the Warriors back to the final eight.

Foxboro coach Kathleen McCullough said, “Inside I was thinking, I don’t want this to hurt us. At practice, we try to make it game-like and competitive just to prepare their minds and they’ve been really focused, so I have to hand it to them. It did take us a little bit to adjust but definitely second half was more our style of play.”

“The first half we were definitely felt a little stagnant,” senior Paige Curran admitted. “We were saying that we have really good competition in our practices, so we’re really lucky to have the team we have, but it does get mentally fatiguing because you just get in the same rhythm. I think we did a really good job of coming out of that and locking in.”

The Warriors weren’t shying away from the revenge factor. They readily admitted that last year’s loss was front and center during the layoff and a motivating factor to help stay ready.

Curran explained, “For the three weeks, we needed something to keep us motivated for whenever this game would come. After the forfeit, we were a little deflated but we were able to get right back into it.”

Despite the rust, the Warriors got off to a decent start. Audrey Campbell (five saves) stopped Bromfield’s first shot and Foxboro scored three times to look in control. Val Beigel (five goals) fed Mary Collins (two goals and two assists) for the opening score 100 seconds into the game, Mya Waryas (three goals and an assist) scored from an eight-meter, and Curran (six goals and three assists) got on the board with a nice sidearm finish cutting across the crease.

Things seemed comfortable but there were signs that the game was far from over. Campbell was forced into nice saves to deny Savanna Kuliesis and Hannah Wicks and Kuliesis put the visitors on board with a run right down the middle of the Foxboro defense. With Bromfield winning draws (7-of-12 in the first half), the Trojans continued to press and Julia Kimball set up Kristin Podgorni to cut the lead to one.

Curran teed up Beigel on a cut down the middle, but Podgorni took the draw and raced straight at goal to make it 4-3. Hannah Higgins answered back on a free position, going five-hole to restore the two-goal lead. Waryas hustled to scoop a ground ball and keep a possession alive for Curran to dodge from behind the cage and score.

With 51.7 left in the half, Collins assisted on Curran’s third goal to put Foxboro up by four, but a procedure whistle gave Bromfield the ball back with only 10 second left and Podgorni made it count with a physical drive to the goal.

Foxboro was missing Cate Noone, who was out for family reasons, which put Curran in charge of taking the draws. After the struggles of the first half, the team came together, adjusted, and things improved after the break.

“Cate wasn’t here today, so we kind of had to compensate,” Curran said. “We knew that they pushed on the draw and I’m a lefty, so I pull, and in the halftime talk we were talking about how to better maneuver our sticks and where to put people on the draw and where best we would fit.”

Bromfield still got the first goal of the second half, a brilliant behind-the back finish by Clover Logan. That cut the lead to 7-5 and the hosts were starting to get a little nervous.

A minute later, the Trojans picked up a yellow card. Foxboro took advantage of the extra player, scoring three times to wrest control of the game. Beigel scored on a free position, Addison Riley hit Grace Riley on a nice cut, and Curran fed Beigel for a lefty finish to extend the lead to 10-5.

Foxboro had the momentum and wasn’t about to let it go. Waryas saw Curran wide open in the heart of the defense for a quick-release finish. Podgorni responded with an eight-meter goal, but Waryas sliced through the middle to make it 12-6 with 14:34 to play.

After Beigel and Collins each hit the bar, Higgins had a free position from a tough angle, so she passed it back to Collins, who saw Curran cutting from behind the cage. Podgorni was trying to keep Bromfield in it, scoring her fifth goal of the night, but Waryas came right back down to extend the lead back to seven.

“We’ve been playing together since we were six, seven years old, so I think that really helps with our chemistry,” Curran said about the connection between Foxboro’s experienced attackers. “We know what each other are going to do before we even do it. I think it helps our offense flow.”

McCullough added, “They know each other’s strengths and they like to set each other up. It’s fun to watch. They surprise me too.”

The Warriors tacked on at the end. Curran to Beigel, Collins unassisted, Curran with a lefty shot, and Beigel going low-angle to finish off the scoring inside the final minute. What started as a nervous night for Foxboro turned out to be a comfortable win.

“You don’t forget those losses in the playoffs,” McCullough said about getting a rematch with Bromfield and the team’s desire to go even further this season. “I think it’s still very fresh in the mind. I think that fuels them and I think they still have that pit in their stomach, I know I do, so I think it’s part of sports and you want to play them again and test yourself again.”

Foxboro (18-2) will host No. 5 Pentucket in the D3 quarterfinal at a date and time to be determined.

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Stowell Delivers, Lifts Foxboro Past OA Into Tie for First

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Emma Callahan makes a diving catch in the top of the seventh, helping Foxboro preserve a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Oliver Ames. (Josh Perry/

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FOXBORO, Mass. – It had been a difficult day at the plate for Foxboro. The Warriors left seven runners on base through the opening five innings of Monday afternoon’s Davenport division title showdown with Oliver Ames, and all but one of those runners was in scoring position.

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After a couple of singles and a stolen base, Foxboro had runners at second and third with nobody out in the sixth, trying to rally from a 1-0 deficit. A strikeout and a pop up to second later and the Warriors were in danger of wasting yet another great scoring opportunity.

Up stepped No. 9 hitter Autumn Stowell. The sophomore first baseman delivered the biggest hit of the season, lining a single to center to bring in a pair of runs. Foxboro worked around a two-out hit in the top of the seventh, pulling out a 2-1 come-from-behind win that leaves the two teams tied atop the division standings with one league game remaining.

“The bottom of our order has really been delivering for us, so I have a lot of faith in them,” said Foxboro coach Mark Maguire. “I always tell Autumn to spin the top and that’s what she did with a beautiful hit. The first batter of the game scored for them and then we locked it down. We’re really coming together.”

OA grabbed the lead in its first at-bat. Maddie Homer led off the game by beating out a bunt single and then stealing second. Devon Morris moved Homer over to third with a ground out to second and Emily Martin followed with a fly ball to center that was plenty deep enough for Homer to speed home with the opening run.

Foxboro nearly answered right back in the bottom of the first. Natalia Leach beat out and infield single and freshman Meghan Kelley ripped a single off the glove of first baseman Samantha Johnson and up the right field line. After Kelley stole second, the Warriors had two in scoring position with just one out. Katie Melendy, as she would almost all game, escaped unscathed, inducing a pop up to short and getting her first strikeout of the day.

The Tigers went back to small-ball in the second with Caitlin Miller dropping one down and beating the throw. She also stole second and took third on a sac bunt from Madison Monteiro, but Vittoria Cuscia got a grounder to second to end the threat. Cuscia started the Foxboro half of the inning with a single and Jillian Slattery followed with one of her own. With runners at second and third and no outs, Melendy got back-to-back strikeouts and a ground out to end the inning.

In the third, Kelley lined a double over the head of Miller in center and was aggressive on a ball in the dirt to steal third. OA elected to throw down on a first-and-third steal attempt and Katherine Farley threw a strike to get the runner for the second out. Melendy ended the inning with her fourth strikeout.

“Our defense plays really well in high-pressure situations,” said OA coach Lindsey Allison. “We practice it all the time, runners on second and third, runners on second, just kind of holding it. Sometimes I’ll go out there and say, this is what you do for a living. They don’t really get rattled and I was really impressed they were able to do that again.”

She added, “I felt like we deflated their balloon quite a few times on defense but they didn’t die. They stayed hungry and they stayed in the game the whole way.”

OA’s best chance to extend the lead came in the fourth. Melendy lined a single to right center and Miller drew a walk. They moved into scoring position on a wild pitch. Cuscia struck out Farley for the first out and Slattery made a nice basket catch on a line drive by Monteiro. Freshman third baseman Mia Flanagan stayed composed on a long throw across the diamond to end the inning.

“Maybe I should’ve stayed with the small-ball a little bit but you just never know,” Allison said about her team’s approach at the plate. “They were getting inside pitch after inside pitch and they were just having trouble getting around on it. She (Cuscia) found what worked and we couldn’t make the adjustments.”

Emma Callahan led off the fifth with a single, advanced to second on a sac bunt by Leach and third on a grounder to the right side from Kelley, but with two outs Miller made a good running catch in the gap on Flanagan’s liner to keep Foxboro off the board.

Foxboro had been frustrated about not cashing in on its many chances, but the Warriors were still only down a run in the sixth. After Cuscia got through the only clean inning of the game (getting a strikeout, a pop up to short, and a fly ball to center), Ava Hill got them started with a leadoff single in the bottom half. Cuscia followed with a single to right, sending Hill to third, and then stole second.

The energy was sky high on the Foxboro bench, but Melendy seemed unfazed as she got a strikeout and a fly ball to second. Maguire trusted that the bottom of the order could come up with a clutch hit and Stowell paid off that faith by lining a single to center. Hill scored easily and Cuscia came flying around third with the go-ahead run.

OA had one more chance to keep the game alive. Monteiro started the seventh with a soft liner to the right side. Callahan got a great jump from second base and laid out to make the diving grab. Cuscia got her fifth strikeout of the day and, after Miller gave OA brief hope with an infield single, Slattery hauled in a fly ball in center to seal the win.

Maguire said, “I just told the girls right now, if Emma doesn’t make that diving play then it could be a whole different outcome. You saw how pumped up she was when she made that play. It picks teams up when they know their teammates are going to lay out for them.”

Despite the loss, OA can still clinch at least a share of the title in its final league game. It would be the first title for the Tigers since 2014 and Allison talked about what that would mean to the players.

“These seniors have been through a lot,” she explained. “Even the kids, they’re playing this year for the seniors to get them to another tournament. It’s a tough loss. We stay sad tonight and we get up and we go to work tomorrow.”

The Warriors can also clinch at least a share of the league title with a win in their Hock finale, which would end a 51-year drought.

“It means everything,” Maguire said. “We set goals at the beginning of the year and that’s one of them. We have 13 girls in our program but they’re 13 quality kids that bring it every day. They’re going to be pumped…and I’m going to be pumped.”

Foxboro (8-10, 8-7) has a rematch with Newton South on Tuesday and then travels to North Attleboro on Thursday. Oliver Ames (9-10, 8-7) faces North Attleboro in its final game of the regular season on Wednesday.

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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

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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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