Today’s games are listed below.
Canton vs. Boston Latin, 7:30
Franklin vs. Barnstable, 3:00
Taunton @ Durfee, 2:00
Canton vs. Walpole, 2:30
Today’s games are listed below.
Canton vs. Boston Latin, 7:30
Franklin vs. Barnstable, 3:00
Taunton @ Durfee, 2:00
Canton vs. Walpole, 2:30
Today’s games are listed below.
Attleboro, 86 @ Durfee, 80 – Final – Attleboro erased a 10-point deficit to begin the final quarter, rattling a 16-2 run over the final three minutes of the game to earn a season sweep of the Hilltoppers. Trailing 78-70, Bombardier senior Jake Dunkley (28 points) drained a three and then junior Nate Douglas poured in nine straight points of his own. With Attleboro up 84-80 with 17 seconds to go, Lucas Boucicaut hit a pair of free throws to ice the game. Douglas finished with 20 points while freshman Qualeem Charles added 14 points and Elvin Sam chipped in with 10 points.
King Philip, 79 vs. Greater New Bedford, 67 – Final (OT)
Mansfield, 80 vs. Weymouth, 35 – Final – Mansfield set the tone early, jumping out to a 21-4 lead at the end of the first quarter. Phil Vigeant led the way with 13 points and five rebounds while Sam Goldberg added 11 points and six rebounds, Christian Weber had 10 points and six assists and Evan Christo added 10 points and three boards.
North Attleboro, 68 vs. Bishop Feehan, 51 – Final – North Attleboro senior Brent Doherty tied a career-high with 28 points as the Rocketeers picked up their seventh straight win. Big Red scored 24 points in the first quarter, building a double-digit lead then and never looking back. Doherty added a half court buzzer beater at the halftime buzzer to give North a 39-27 lead at the break. Senior Jonny Friberg added 16 points and 12 rebounds while classmate Kyle McCarthy chipped in with 11 points.
Attleboro, 94 vs. Durfee, 58 – Final
Mansfield, 54 vs. Abington, 59 – Final – Mansfield junior Meg Hill scored a team-high 21 points, added 10 rebounds and had four blocks and was named to the Roundball Classic all-tournament team. Ann Maher added 14 points for the Hornets and was also named to the all-tournament team.
North Attleboro, 42 vs. Bishop Feehan, 74 – Final
Oliver Ames, 51 @ Norwell, 34 – Final – Norwell cut a double-digit deficit down to six heading into the final quarter but the Tigers held the Clippers to just four points in the final frame. Kayla Raymond led OA with 19 points and 10 Rebounds while Abby Reardon finished with 13 points and five assists.
Attleboro, 3 vs. Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk, 3 – Final
Foxboro, 5 @ Blue Hills, 2 – Final
Franklin, 3 vs. Marshfield, 4 – Final
King Philip, 1 vs. Medway, 3 – Final
Mansfield, 3 @ Winthrop, 2 – Final
Stoughton, 3 vs. Norton, 1 – Final – Luke Bainton, Sean Doherty and Brendan Campbell each found the back of the net to help the Black Knights end the season with a win.
Franklin, 0 @ Mansfield/Oliver Ames, 2 – Final
King Philip, 0 @ Medfield, 3 – Final
Stoughton, 0 @ Ursuline Academy, 6 – Final
Today’s games are listed below.
Canton, 52 @ Archbishop Williams, 33 – Final – Canton senior Brian Albert notched his first career double-double as the Bulldogs finished the season with their ninth win. Albert had 10 points and 10 rebounds, Tony Harris led the team with 17 points while hauling in seven rebounds and Devin Foster chipped in with 12 points and seven assists.
Stoughton, 56 @ Foxboro, 68 – Final – Foxboro senior Mark Clagg poured in a game-high 23 points while junior Joe Morrison added 16 points to claim the Warrior Classic championship. Morrison was named tournament MVP and Clagg was named to the all-tournament team. Jamaine Few added 10 points for Foxboro. Stoughton’s Cam Gomes had a team-high 14 points and was named to the all-tournament team.
Franklin, 70 vs. Dorchester, 53 – Final – Josh Macchi was named the Franklin Winter Classic tournament MVP, leading the Panthers with 15 points. Connor Peterson and Connor Goldstein each added 12 points for the Panthers. Sophomore Jalen Samuels was named to the all-tournament team.
Foxboro, 48 vs. Lincoln-Sudbury, 46 – Final (OT)
Franklin, 31 vs. Shepherd Hill, 45 – Final
King Philip, 60 @ Framingham, 53 – Final – King Philip sophomore Shannon O’Connor led the way for the Warriors with 23 points, including a 10/12 effort from the free throw line. Freshman Chloe Layne stepped up to add 14 points while Christina Hathaway and Julia Leroux both had strong defensive efforts for KP.
Oliver Ames, 41 vs. Brockton, 62 – Final
Canton, 3 vs. Medfield, 1 – Final
Oliver Ames, 8 vs. Sandwich, 0 – Final
Mansfield/Oliver Ames, 1 @ Medway/Ashland, 3 – Final
ATTLEBORO, Mass. – North Attleboro senior Kyle McCarthy took the inbounds pass with 5.7 seconds to go and streaked up the right side of the court. He switched the ball to his right hand before crossing back to his left as he hit the three point line. He found space between a pair of defenders, rose up and released.
The ball seemed to take a deflection off a defenders hand, hit the front end of the rim, took a bounce and fell through the net as time expired.
The result was a 56-54 win for North Attleboro in a non-league contest with rival Attleboro, giving the Rocketeers a season sweep of the Bombardiers.
“I saw a couple of defenders in front of me but coach wanted us to attack the hoop,” McCarthy said. “I got to the rim, put it up, it might have been tipped in but it went in, that’s what matters. It was just a great team win. North Attleboro against Attleboro, we couldn’t have scripted it better, it was just an unreal game to be apart of.”
Both sides traded baskets throughout the fourth quarter, with Attleboro taking a 50-49 lead with just over three minutes to play on a jumper from Nate Douglas. But North had an answer right away as Hacmoni Cuevas took a pass from McCarthy and drained a three near the end of the shot clock to put North ahead 52-50.
The teams traded misses before McCarthy came away with a steal and went down for a layup. His shot rimmed out but senior Jonny Friberg (22 points, 12 rebounds) was there to clean it up with the put back with 1:22 to play.
“When it comes down to it, they made some big plays down the stretch,” said Attleboro head coach Mark Houle. “That three by Cuevas was a big one. And then McCarthy is just a gamer, he made a nice play. We were trying to get a sub in to get a matchup but we didn’t get it in. Bottom line, we needed to stop the ball and we didn’t do that. Our kids battled, I think we did a better job on Friberg than we did the first time. Brent’s a terrific player, you can’t make mistakes on him. For them to go back to back and beat two teams is not easy.”
Attleboro senior Jake Dunkley (20 points, 10 rebounds) cut the deficit in half with a pair of free throws with 1:01 to play. The Bombardiers came away with a stop on the defensive end and sprinted ahead to try to find the tying bucket, but North came away with a steal to take possession with 28 seconds to play.
Attleboro was forced to foul its way into the bonus, sending the Rocketeers to the line for a one-and-one opportunity. North missed the front end, giving the Bombardiers a final chance with 12.9 to go.
Douglas navigated his way around a screen and drew the foul to head to the line with two shots. North Attleboro coach Sean Mulkerrins called a timeout before the shots to draw up the play.
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“We wanted to get the ball to either Kyle or Brent [Doherty] off the inbounds, get Jonny down for a rebound and then get Moni and Chad [Peterson] set up for a shot,” Mulkerrins said. “We wanted to penetrate and have two guys ready for a shot or Jonny for the rebound. I think there might have been a little luck involved in the shot going in but Kyle did a nice job and we’ve been on the other side of that a couple of that so I think our kids deserved it.”
The largest lead of the entire game was nine, coming midway through the first quarter when Attleboro raced out to a 15-6 lead. Back to back threes from Cuevas and McCarthy helped the Rocketeers cut the deficit down, trailing 17-12 after one quarter.
North surged back to take the lead on back-to-back baskets from Doherty (17 points) and McCarthy but a quick 6-2 surge from the Bombardiers gave the hosts a slim 29-27 advantage at half.
“We knew after the first game this season, they’d come at us with everything,” Mulkerrins said. “I thought Mark [Houle] and his staff did a tremendous job being without a starter or two or at least kids that can play starter minutes. Coming out, they were so intense defensively and that led to some good offense opportunities for them. Coming off a back to back, we came out a little slow but to our kids’ credit, their mental toughness, we punched back after the first and kept it close.”
It was a see-saw third quarter with Andrew Milliken (eight points, seven rebounds) hitting a three to put Attleboro ahead only for Doherty and Friberg to hit back to back buckets to take the lead back. Dunkley converted a three point play, Friberg responded with two free throws to tie it and then Dunkley drained a three for another three point lead.
Friberg added two but baskets from Dunkley and Lucas Boucicaut created a five point separation. Doherty cut into that with a three, Attleboro’s Elvin Sam (13 points) pushed it back to four with a layup, Friberg answered again but Dunkley had the final basket of the quarter to give the Bombardiers a 46-42 edge heading into the final quarter.
“For us, playing Attleboro at their place, regardless of or record, or scenario or situations, it’s always a tough game,” Mulkerrins said. “It’s one of my favorite places on our schedule to play because the people of Attleboro love basketball. There’s always a great atmosphere and you can’t play in a better gym to get more prepared for the tournament.”
North Attleboro boys basketball (14-7 overall, 10-6 Hockomock) will conclude the regular season on Wednesday when they host Bishop Feehan. The Rocketeers have a chance to earn a home playoff game with a win. Attleboro (12-9, 8-8) will finish the regular season with a trip to Durfee on Wednesday in a showdown of two D1 playoff teams.
MANSFIELD, Mass. – Unlike some of the other teams that Mansfield will face on its state tournament run, the Hornets are not reliant on one or two scorers to power the offense. Instead, Mansfield utilizes its depth and can turn to a number of different players to score in its motion offense.
On Monday night in the nightcap of day one of the Roundball Classic against Brockton in the Albertini Gym, the Hornets showcased that depth with three players in double digits and 10 players on the scoresheet. Mansfield beat the Boxers 66-42 and advanced to the final of the tournament to face Weymouth.
“I’ve been out scouting the past couple days,” explained Mansfield coach Mike Vaughan. “Everyone’s talking about, it’s the single players versus the depth of the team and I think our scout is that the depth of our team is ultimately going to make this a potential team that can make a run.”
Even though a balanced attack is Mansfield’s strength, the Hornets also know that when they need baskets they can turn to senior Sam Goldberg. The forward put in another strong performance with a game-high 15 points to go along with six rebounds and five assists.
“I told him that he’s playing at an MVP-level right now,” said Vaughan. “He’s getting into a great rhythm, he’s not forcing it, he’s letting the game come to him.”
The Hornets controlled the game in the first quarter, but could not take advantage of the dominance because they could not make shots. Mansfield missed several layups and open looks from deep but still held a 12-6 lead behind four points each from Goldberg and classmate Phil Vigeant.
Mansfield broke the game wide open in the second. The Hornets closed out the half with a 13-2 run that opened up a 17-point lead by the break. Senior Benjamin Albanese got the run started with an offensive rebound in traffic, kicked it out to Max Boen who fired a pass to Vigeant for the layup.
Albanese added the next five points and then assisted on a three by Boen. Christian Weber finished the run with a drive to the basket for his lone hoop of the first half.
Vaughan said, “Their athleticism, I think, bothered us a little bit in the first quarter and probably made us play a little faster than we wanted. We settled down and saw the ball go through the bottom of the net a few times I think it changed the way we played.”
Brockton made a run to try and keep it close in the third quarter behind nine points from Quran Harris, but Mansfield continued to make the shots it needed, including Vigeant (12 points) drilling a three off a Weber pass to extend the lead back to 13.
“Phil’s just been steady all season,” said Vaughan. “He seems to be making a big shot when we need it the most. Tonight, we kind of felt like nothing was going right and then, bang, Phil steps up and knocks down a three at two different points of the game.”
Weber added a three-pointer and then Sam Hyland tossed an alley-oop to Goldberg. With just six seconds on the clock and the ball under the Brockton hoop, Mansfield turned to Weber to close out the quarter. The senior raced up court, weaved through traffic and hit a floater at the buzzer for a 46-30 lead.
“We had to talk to him at halftime and let him know that 1-for-6 and a couple of turnovers is not the way he needs to play,” said Vaughan. “He kept trying to force things to the basket…Once he made the three at the top of the key then everything started going for him.”
Weber (six assists) added five more of his 12 points in the fourth and Vigeant drilled another deep three. Ryan Otto and Goldberg each added four as the Hornets cruised to the victory and a spot in the final.
Mansfield (19-2, 15-1) will face Weymouth, coached by former Franklin head coach Dean O’Connor, in the final on Wednesday at 7:15.
MANSFIELD, Mass. – None of Mansfield’s opponents this season will be shocked as to who the Hornets will turn to on the offensive side of the ball. Everyone knows that senior guard Jen Peel is going to have the ball in her hands and will be looking for junior center Meg Hill.
Of course, having that knowledge does not make them any easier to stop.
Marlboro found that out on Monday evening in the third game of the Roundball Classic at the Albertini Gym, as Hill scored 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds and Peel scored 18 points and dished out six assists (four of them on baskets by Hill) to lead Mansfield to a 54-38 victory that puts the Hornets in Wednesday’s final against Abington.
“Jen every now and then will do something crazy,” said Mansfield coach Mike Redding, “but then the next two possessions it’s no-look for a layup. We’ll live with some of the mistakes with all the benefits that come along with Jen.”
He added, “Meg did a good job. I thought she dominated the boards when she was inside and she hit some big shots for us.”
The Hornets jumped out to a 15-8 lead at the end of the first quarter with Hill (eight points) and Peel (five points) combining for 13. Hill scored eight of Mansfield’s first 10 points, including three jumpers from around 10 feet from the hoop. Peel added a deep three off a Kara Bendanillo assist to open the lead up.
In the second, Mansfield started to pull away and seemed to have the game in control. Hill scored six points in the quarter, twice scoring at the rim from Ann Maher assists, and Stephanie Kemp added her lone basket on the break as the Hornets built a 28-17 lead.
But the Panthers crept back into the game before halftime on what was an 8-2 run. Marlboro started to control the glass and use those second opportunities to score, including a rebound by Maddison Farrell and a kick out for a three by Halle McCabe that brought the lead back to eight.
Mansfield held a seven-point advantage at the start of the third quarter, which Maher turned to 10 with her lone three points of the game. Marlboro kept fighting and cut the lead to 36-30 before a 9-2 run put Mansfield back on top by double digits heading to the fourth. Peel made four free throws in the run and Mady Bendanillo showed off her speed to race past the defense and score in transition.
“We started okay and in the second quarter we were completely out of sync,” said Redding, “but we’re showing that we’re growing up and we took control of the game in the third and pulled away.”
Bendanillo started the fourth with an assist to Maggie Danehy for a layup on the break and Emily Vigeant added another transition basket. Peel drove to the basket for a hoop and the Hornets held Marlboro to only six points and one made basket in the fourth as the defense picked up.
Redding said about the Hornets holding the Panthers to only 17 points in the second half, “We ended up playing a little more man than zone, which helped with boxing out and getting rebounds and we executed a little bit better on offense.”
Mansfield will advance to the final of the Roundball Classic to face Abington, which beat Dartmouth in the opening game of the day. The Hornets, with just one loss in the regular season (their second was an exclusion game), are also trying to stay in the running for the top seed in Div. 1 South.
Redding explained, “We’ve just got to get one more and then worry about coin flips and all that.”
Mansfield (18-2, 15-1) will take on Abington on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
Today’s games are listed below.
North Attleboro, 56 @ Attleboro, 54 – Final – Click here for a recap of this game.
Foxboro, 69 vs. Randolph, 58 – Final – Foxboro had a strong third quarter, turning a five-point lead into a double-digit advantage (57-45) going into the final quarter. It was a balanced scoring attack for the Warriors with four players scoring in double-figures. Senior Andrew Block led the way with 14 points, freshman Brandon Borde added 12 points and Joe Morrison and Joe Bartucca each scored 10 points. Mark Clagg added nine points and Jamaine Few finished with eight points.
Franklin, 70 vs. Cardinal Spellman, 66 – Final – Franklin was impressive in the first three quarters, building an 18 point lead before Spellman closed the gap in the final quarter. Franklin senior Josh Macchi registered a career-high 22 points while junior Paul Mahon added 15 points and sophomore Jalen Samuels finished with 14 points.
King Philip, 87 @ Somerset-Berkley, 44 – Final
Mansfield, 66 vs. Brockton, 42 – Final – Click here for a recap of this game.
Milford, 73 vs. Medway, 46 – Final – With its back against the wall, Milford put on a dominant performance to qualify for the state tournament for the second straight year. Scarlet Hawks seniors combined for 52 points to lead the way. Anthony Arcudi had a team-high 18 points while Nate Davila had 14 points, Zack Tamagni had 13 points and Alex Macek chipped in with seven points. Junior Kayden Kelley had 11 points and 17 rebounds in the win.
Oliver Ames, 66 @ Walpole, 53 – Final – Oliver Ames finished the regular season on a high note, taking the consolation game in the Rebel Classic at Walpole. Junior Jack Spillane poured in a team-high 25 points to pace the Tigers while Carter Evin added 15 points and Dylan Mahoney chipped in with 12 points. OA now awaits seeding for the D2 South tournament.
Sharon, 62 vs. Xaverian, 58 – Final – Sharon won the 2017 Walpole Hoop Classic win a win over Xaverian, ending the 2017 campaign on a four-game win streak. Junior Malik Lorquet was named tournament MVP, scoring 12 points and adding 14 rebounds. Junior Jimmy Fitzhenry was named to the all tournament team after scoring 14 points. Senior Ricardo Ripley finished with a team-high 17 points, eight assists and seven rebounds.
Stoughton, 64 vs. Tantasqua, 59 – Final – Stoughton junior Cam Andrews dropped a team-high 20 points and senior Cam Gomes chipped in with 13 points as the Black Knights advanced to the finals of the Warrior Classic to play Foxboro.
North Attleboro, 51 @ Attleboro, 47 – Final – The Rocketeers avenged an earlier loss to the Bombardiers. Emily Schromm was the top scorer for North with 13 points and fellow senior Samantha Taggart scored 12. Attleboro was led by Sarah Deyo’s 22 points.
Foxboro, 54 vs. Whitman-Hanson, 39 – Final – Recently named league MVP Ashley Sampson led the way for the Warriors with 27 points and senior Kristen Bortolotti added 12 in the win. Foxboro will face Lincoln-Sudbury in the final of the Warrior Classic on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
Mansfield, 54 vs. Marlboro, 38 – Final – Click here for a recap of this game.
Taunton, 46 vs. Durfee, 53 – Final
Stoughton, 8 @ Foxboro, 2 – Final – Junior forward Brendan Campbell scored a career-best four goals to lead the Black Knights. Sophomore Sean Doherty netted a hat trick and classmate Luke Bainton found the back of the net once.
Franklin, 1 vs. Lasalle Academy, 4 – Final
King Philip, 1 @ Norwood, 4 – Final
Taunton, 3 @ Mansfield, 5 – Final – Mansfield scored three goals in the third period to earn two points and qualify for the state tournament. The teams were level 1-1 after the first period, and then 2-2 during the second period. Tim Arnold gave the Hornets the lead in the third period on assists from Chad Piotti and Cullin Anastasia. Freshman Chris Jenkins gave Mansfield a 4-2 advantage on the power play, taking a feed from Anastasia. Taunton cut the deficit to one but Matt Farragher scored a shot handed goal off an assist from junior Tyler Oakley. Joe Olsen scored in the first period on assists from Farragher and Oakley while Farragher scored in the second on an assist from Olsen.
Oliver Ames, 0 vs. Lowell Catholic, 1 – Final
Franklin, 0 vs. Ursuline, 3 – Final
King Philip, 0 @ Westwood, 3 – Final
By HockomockSports.com Staff
Franklin junior Ashley Loomis has been selected as the HockomockSports.com Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, for February 12th through February 18th. Loomis is the 21st athlete selected for the 2016-2017 school year and the ninth selection during the winter season. She is the first female swimmer to be selected this winter.
On Saturday at Boston University, Loomis continued her dominance in the pool by claiming her third straight 500-freestyle Div. 1 state championship, edging Beverly’s Nicole Welch by 0.36 seconds. Loomis and Welch were 13 seconds faster than the third place finisher. Loomis also brought home her second Div. 1 200-free title, again beating Welch but this time by more than a second. She was the meet’s only individual double winner.
Last weekend, Loomis set a meet record in winning the South title in the 200-free, hitting a time of 1:50.39 to win by four seconds, and won the 500-free by nine seconds. Earlier this month, Loomis became a three-time champion in both events at the Hockomock Swim Championships at Milford High, winning by 11 seconds in the 200 and a remarkable 22 seconds in the 500.
“She has a true competitor’s heart,” said Franklin coach Jess Pridham after the Hockomock championship meet earlier this month. “She trains like a monster. She trains five or six hours a day and she always has a smile on her face and she always wants to achieve the goals that she sets for herself. She puts her plan in and everything falls into place for her.”
Pridham added, “The other girls on our team see how skilled, how talented, and how fast she is, but they also see that she puts in the time and the effort. They know the work that she puts in and some them do emulate that.”
The Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, is selected by the HockomockSports.com staff. Nominations can be submitted throughout the week up until Saturday night at midnight. There may be a poll posted on every Sunday with the nominations. The results of the poll influence the selection but do not strictly dictate the decision.
The MIAA held its Division 2 State meet on Sunday at the Reggie Lewis Center. Below are the results for Hockomock athletes.
Boys D2 Results
1. Mansfield – 66
16. King Philip – 11
1. Ricky Francois, Brighton – 34.72
6. Nick Horn, Mansfield – 36.81
1. James Condon, Marshfield – 1:23.81
2. Mike Shannon, Mansfield – 1:32.82
6. Kyle Amerantes, Mansfield – 1:25.84
12. Nick Hyland, Mansfield – 1:27.96
1. Kevin Crawford, Mansfield – 2:37.10
1. Kyle Faddis, Masconomet – 4:19.50
7. Michael Griffin, King Philip’s 4:29.05
13. Kalin Petrov, Mansfield – 4:37.10
18. Paxton Howard, Mansfield – 4:44.27
20. Jack Angelo, King Philip 4:50.06
1. Ryan Oosting, Arlington – 9:26.74
5. Patrick Heavey, Mansfield – 10:00.67
14. Collin Rice, Mansfield – 10:38.58
16. Michael Norberg, King Philip – 10:50.75
1. Erick Duffy, North Andovrer – 7.62
2. Jareme DiLorenzo, Mansfield – 7.88
3. Ethan Dunne, King Philip – 7.92
1. Brighton – 1:31.68
6. King Philip (Matthew Fricker, Mark Kahaly, Ethan Dunne, Dylan Casassa) – 1:36.20
11. Mansfield (Kyle Haley, Nick Horn, Aidan Sacco, Jareme DiLorenzo) – 1:37.82
1. Woburn – 3:29.40
2. Mansfield (Kyle Amerantes, Nick Horn, Nick Hyland, Mike Shannon) – 3:29.56
16. King Philip (Michael Clinch, Alexander Hagen, Ben Palmer, Aidan Bender) – 3:46.50
1. Mansfield (Jackson Murphy, Nick Rispoli, Sean Lanzillo, Kevin Crawford) – 8:09.38
13. King Philip (Dylan Powers, Eric DeLorenzo, Jack Angelo, Aeden Angelone) – 9:00.24
1. Joel Pastrana, East Boston – 20-11.75
3. Jareme DiLorenzo, Mansfield – 20-09.00
9. Kyle Haley, Mansfield – 19-06.75
13. Jonathan Williams, Mansfield – 19-03.25
1. Travis Hunt, Woburn – 50-09.75
4. Colbey Eason, Mansfield – 46-00.00
8. Kevin McCree, Mansfield – 45-01.50
13. Giovanni Fernandez, King Philip – 42-11.50
17. Terrell Jacobs-Baston, King Philip – 41-03.50
Girls D2 Results
1. Wellesley – 82
8. Mansfield – 27
23. King Philip – 0.50
1. Kyla Hill, Minnechaug – 7.30
6. Amanda Mangano, Mansfield – 7.53
1. Kyla Hill, Minnechaug – 41.58
13. Alexis Kiyanda, Mansfield – 45.42
14. Mikaela Maughn, Mansfield – 46.06
15. Julianne Sullivan, King Philip – 46.35
1. Avery Leydon, Woburn – 1:34.00
7. Cailin Whitman, Mansfield – 1:40.39
13. Emily Penta, Mansfield – 1:49.51
1. Grace Connolly, Natick – 5:03.69
19. Valeree Buonora, Mansfield – 6:22.50
1. Mansfield (Angela Corkery, Julia Harrison, Jordan Brill-Cass, Amanda Mangano) – 1:45.55
11. King Philip – 1:52.38
1. Woburn – 9:46.04
5. Mansfield (Caitlin Whitman, Lauren Duggan, Bryn Anderson, Emma Oldow) – 10:06.46
10. King Philip – 10:23.17
1. Julia Jordahl-Henry, Wellesley – 5-04.00
5. Amanda Mangano, Mansfield – J5-02.00
8. Abigail McKeown, King Philip – J4-10.00
14. Melissa Parkinson, King Philip – J4-08.00
1. Joanna Kennedy, Wellesley – 17-09.00
5. Angela Corkery, Mansfield – 15-11.75
18. Olivia Horn, Mansfield – 14-02.75
1. Amanda Fay, Central Catholic – 37-10.75
15. Jayla Millender, King Philip – 31-03.50