Wednesday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 01/17/18

Today’s games are listed below.

Boys Hockey
Attleboro, 9 @ Stoughton, 0 – FinalAttleboro senior Eddie Noel scored twice, including his first career goal while senior Jake Parker netted a hat trick in the win. Kyle McCabe added a pair of goals for Big Blue.

Foxboro, 2 @ Mansfield, 4 – FinalMansfield raced out to a 3-0 lead but had to hold off a late surge from Foxboro to earn two points. Junior Chris Copponi scored a pair of goals, including an empty net goal late in the third period to secure the win. Patrick McCafferty (from Cullin Anastasia) and Adam Anastos (from Dylan Tivnan) also scored for the Hornets. Foxboro’s Brendan Tully and Ronnie MacLellan each scored once for the Warriors.

Taunton, 0 @ Franklin, 8 – FinalTaunton limited Franklin to just one goal through two periods, but the Panthers exploded for seven goals in the final 15 minutes. Joey Lizotte, Cam Trask, and Luke Downie each scored a pair of goals to lead Franklin.

North Attleboro, 3 @ King Philip, 5 – Final

Girls Hockey
Canton, 1 vs. Medfield/Norton, 1 – FinalLauren Fitzpatrick scored the lone goal for the Bulldogs, who remain unbeaten on the season.

Franklin, 8 vs. Dedham, 0 – FinalSenior Jackie Connelly had a hat trick and freshman Natalie Stott recorded another shutout for the Panthers in a big non-league win. Regan Paterson chipped in with a pair of goals, while Amanda Lewandowski, Jordan Dwyer, and Victoria Quinn each scored once.

King Philip, 3 vs. Medway/Ashland, 2 – FinalNicole Connor scored a power-play goal inside the final five minutes to lift the Warriors to the victory. Meghan Gorman scored a pair of goals for KP in the win.

Wrestling
Canton, 27 @ Sharon, 40 – FinalSam Vilk, Will Stern, Matt Callan, and Alex Bolt each earned pins for the Eagles in the win.

Stoughton, 13 @ Foxboro, 58 – Final

Franklin, 46 @ Oliver Ames, 12 – FinalOliver Ames’ Anthony Berksza and Dean Pacini each earned wins for the Tigers in the loss.

King Philip @ Taunton, 7:00

Mansfield, 43 vs. Dighton-Rehoboth, 12 – Final

North Attleboro @ Milford – Postponed to Thursday, 1/18 at 7:00.

Boys Swimming
King Philip, 55 @ Taunton, 39 – Final
Sharon @ Milford – Postponed to Thursday, 1/18 at 4:00.

Girls Swimming
King Philip, 56 @ Taunton, 38 – Final
Sharon @ Milford – Postponed to Thursday, 1/18 at 4:00.

Gymnastics
Taunton, 118.75 @ King Philip, 129.1 – FinalVault – Kamryn Li (THS) 9.0; Sidney Treeful (KP) 8.9; Alexis Berthiaume (KP) 8.7. Bars – Elise Ferreria (THS) 8.6; Sidney Treeful (KP) 8.3; Alexis Berthiaume (KP) 7.8. Beam – Sidney Treeful (KP) 9.4; Elise Ferreia (THS) 8.7; Alyssa Florio (KP) 8.1. Floor – Kailey Abbott (KP) 8.6; Alexis Berthiaume (KP) 8.5; Elise Ferreria (THS) 8.4. All Around
Sidney Treeful (KP) 35.4; Alexis Berthiaume (KP) 32.3; Kamryn Li (THS) 31.1.

Canton Pulls Away From Foxboro In Fourth Quarter

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Canton’s Devin Foster drives to the basket in the first half against Foxboro. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)
 
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CANTON, Mass. – In a game when points are at a premium, even the smallest of runs can make the biggest difference.

After six lead changes in the third quarter alone, Canton rattled off an 8-0 burst over a two-minute span to give the Bulldogs their largest lead of the game. The hosts never looked back from there, earning a key 61-48 win over Foxboro to give the Bulldogs sole possession of first place in the Davenport.

“That was just a great basketball game,” said Canton head coach Ryan Gordy. “The score says it was a 13 point game but it really wasn’t, free throws extended it at the end, it really could have gone either way. Two teams that play really hard-nosed basketball, I thought the stars were stars…[Devin] Foster and [Tony] Harris for us, [Brandon] Borde and [Joe] Morrison for them. Both teams have really solid role players…just a really awesome high school basketball game. And my hat’s off to Foxboro, they do a really good job with their guys, they’re always well coached and well prepared.”

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Canton junior Devin Foster (24 points, five rebounds) banked in a step-back three-pointer at the buzzer of the third quarter to give the Bulldogs a 44-43 lead, and arguably, more importantly, the momentum heading into the fourth quarter.

The Bulldogs led by one (10-9) at the end of the first and a late three from Foxboro senior Teddy Maher sent the teams into the locker rooms tied 26-26. Neither side led by more than six points through three-quarters of play.

After Foxboro scored the first basket of the fourth to retake the lead, 45-44, the Warriors’ offense went quiet. Canton’s Tony Harris (23 points, six rebounds) started the run with a pair of free throws, Foster drained a deep three from straight away, and after a steal from Ryan Lentol, Harris hit a trey of his own to give the Dogs its largest lead at 52-45 with 3:32 to play.

The Warriors couldn’t answer as they had a turnover on the ensuing possession and then three straight misses. With just over a minute left and the shot clock winding down, Foster took his man baseline and finished at the rim for a 54-45 lead.

Foxboro finally broke its scoreless streak (spanning 6:20) when sophomore Brandon Borde (17 points, seven rebounds) hit a pair of free throws to cut the deficit to seven, but Canton hit seven of nine free throw attempts in the final minute while the Warriors went without a field goal.

Canton outscored Foxboro 17-5 in the final frame.

“Foster’s three at the end of the third quarter I think really changed the momentum of the game,” said Foxboro head coach Jon Gibbs. “I think it gave Canton a big boost and kind of sucked away some of our energy, unfortunately. Canton was obviously very well prepared and they were prepared to take away some of the things we like to do offensively and they were able to make things really difficult on us. Give Canton credit for their defense. I think it had to do with their defense more than anything else.

“Foster and Harris were tremendous, it seemed every time we started to build momentum, one of those two hit a big shot. They hit huge shots time and again, and they were really clutch. They did what big-time players do and really carried Canton. We’ll have to figure out how to do a better job next time around.”

Canton built a 10-4 lead through the first seven minutes of the first quarter, holding the Warriors to just 1-for-11 shooting. But after hauling in an offensive rebound, Joe Morrison (17 points, seven rebounds) drained a three and Borde scored on a layup on the next possession to bring Foxboro within one after eight minutes.

The Bulldogs never trailed in the second period either, but couldn’t pull away thanks to Foxboro’s work on the offensive glass. Harris had a three erased when Borde answered off of Morrison’s offensive rebound.

Jake Verille gave Canton its largest lead of the first half with a layup (19-13) but Borde converted at the rim, later hit a free throw and Morrison hit a pair of free throws to get Foxboro within one. Harris finished a traditional three-point play only for Borde to keep Foxboro close with a triple. Foster and Bobby Harrison traded baskets, Austin Maffie then put Canton up three, but Maher’s triple tied the game.

“A game that tight, every possession is so valuable that they really stick out…an offensive rebound really sticks out cause its an extra possession,” Gordy said. “That game came down to who was able to execute and grind out stops. Any offensive board or tip we got or they got, it just seemed huge.”

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In the third quarter, Morrison hit a three to put Foxboro up 29-28, only for Foster to convert to give Canton the lead back. Morrison drained another triple but four straight from Foster put Canton ahead again. Matt Rongione went on a personal 5-0 run and two free throws from Borde gave Foxboro its biggest lead (40-35) with 2:30 in the third.

“Devin was just feeling it in that quarter,” Gordy said. “He had 11 in the quarter and it felt like he got hot at the right time, he put us on his back for a quarter and we were able to come out and play better team basketball in the fourth to put it away.”

Kyle Fitzgerald and Lentol scored back-to-back but a three from Anthony Mollica kept Foxboro up four. Harris brought Canton within two before Fitzgerald’s offensive rebound set Foster up for his buzzer beater.

“Kyle Fitzgerald, all that kid does it make toughness plays,” Gordy said. “He’s undersized but he plays big. He’s our catalyst, he does so much for us. He’s a spark plug off the bench and his contributions tonight should absolutely be noted.”

“I thought in the second half they started to get more of those 50-50 balls, more of the loose balls, more of the rebounds in the paint on both ends,” Gibbs said. “Those plays add up and can make a huge difference over the course of a game. Especially these grind-it-out Davenport games, every possession matters. If you can get your team an extra shot or extra possession, it’s huge. I thought Canton was really hungry in the second half…that huge three by Foster at the end of the third was off an offensive rebound. And we weren’t able to get enough of those for us in the second half.”

Canton boys basketball (6-1 Hockomock, 8-1 overall) moves into sole possession of first place of the Davenport and will be in action again on Friday at Stoughton. Foxboro (5-2, 9-2) will look to bounce back the same night when it travels to North Attleboro.

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Panthers Pull Away in First Half to Beat Bombardiers

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Franklin sophomore center Ali Brigham scored 22 points (16 in the first half) and pulled down 20 rebounds to lift the Panthers to a 63-51 victory over Attleboro. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)

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FRANKLIN, Mass. – During the first half, the Bombardiers had little answer for the dynamic inside-outside combination of Franklin sophomore center Ali Brigham and junior guard Bea Bondhus. The duo combined for 30 points before the break to push the Panthers to a 21-point halftime lead.

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Although Attleboro turned up the energy in the second half, particularly on the defensive side of the ball, the lead proved too great to overcome and Franklin stayed within one game of the Kelley-Rex division leaders with a 63-51 victory.

Bondhus opened the paint by knocking down a pair of threes in the opening half and spreading the Attleboro defense out with 14 of her 18 points coming before the break. With the outside threat giving Brigham a little space with which to work, the sophomore showed off an array of offensive moves on the post and stepping away to face the basket.

She scored 16 of her 22 points in the first half and also added 12 of her game-high 20 rebounds. Brigham was also a force on the defensive side with four blocks.

“She’s worked so hard in the offseason to become a much more complete player and we’ve really worked on getting her the ball in scoring positions,” said Franklin coach John Leighton of Brigham. “I think early in the year, we tried to force it when it wasn’t there and now we’re trying to get her in positions to be successful and I think her teammates are doing a good job of that.”

Breanna Atwood got the game started for Franklin, which got right into its dribble-drive offense and full-court press. Atwood (10 points) buried a corner three and scored five points in the first. Then Brigham got going. She scored with a short jumper, an offensive rebound, and a jumper with a foot on the three-point line.

The Panthers kept pressing and Bondhus nailed a corner three and got free for a layup off an inbound pass by Calen Frongillo. Franklin led 21-8 after the first and kept the offense rolling into the second.

“I thought we ran a lot of tempo today,” explained Leighton, “which opens up a lot of stuff. It makes the defense react quicker. We started getting good looks and then you can’t just double on Ali if we’re moving it and finding people.”

Attleboro cut the lead to eight with a transition layup from Nyah Thomas (six points) and a three by Sam Pierce, but then Brigham scored with a drive on the baseline and hit a floater. Bondhus followed with her second three of the half and the lead grew to 17.

“In the first half it kind of got away from us,” said Attleboro coach Marty Crowley. “We were able to reel them back in but they had a spurt at the end of the half to extend it. I’m proud of my kids though because they kept fighting and it’s still an early learning curve for us.”

Brigham added six more points on a jumper, a hook shot going to her right and a put back bucket, while Bondhus got two when she cut to the basket and was found by Atwood and then got a steal and transition basket to put Franklin ahead 42-21 going into halftime.

Coming out of the break, the Bombardiers played with a lot more energy. Junior guard Jordyn Lako provided a spark on the defensive end with two steals, two blocks, five assists, and eight rebounds. Attleboro also started to get the ball into the hands of Pierce, who would score 19 of her game-high 24 points in the second half.

Brigham was limited to six points after halftime (all in the third), as Attleboro gave Mackenzie Roberts more help trying to contain her in the post. Crowley said, “I don’t know if you can really contain her, but our rotations were better than they were in the first half. I thought Kenzie did a pretty good job on her for the most part but that’s why she’s a top caliber player.”

Attleboro trailed by 22 heading to the fourth, but the Bombardiers never let up. Pierce completed a traditional three-point play off a Lako assist, went 5-for-5 from the line, and scored 11 points in the fourth. Liv McCall buried a pair of threes and Attleboro got as close as 10 points in the final minutes.

“They’re tough,” said Leighton. “Sam is a tough kid and when she can get people on her back then she’s tough to defend. A well-coached team, Marty’s always tough and he’s got kids that play real ‘D’ and work hard.”

Crowley said, “We were a little flat here or there. We had a little more energy coming out of halftime and in the second half. We need to play with a little more of a sense of urgency to start games and not expend so much energy coming back.”

Despite a youthful lineup, Franklin trails Mansfield and Oliver Ames by only one game in the league standings and Leighton sees improvement from the start of the season.

“I’m proud as can be,” he said. “We rolled out four sophomores and a junior tonight and that’s only because my freshman (Elizabeth Wilson) is hurt. They’re all buying in, there’s a real work ethic, practices have been competitive, and we’re so young there’s a lot of room for growth.”

Franklin (7-4, 5-2) will put its four-game win streak on the line against King Philip on Friday, while Attleboro (5-6, 3-4) faces a trip to Taunton.

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Tuesday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 01/16/18

Today’s games are listed below.

Boys Basketball
Franklin, 76 @ Attleboro, 72 – Final (OT)Franklin erased a five-point deficit over the final 90 seconds to send the game into overtime and then outscored the Bombardiers 8-4 in the final period to earn the win. Paul Mahon hit the tying three with less than a minute to play and then hit another triple early in overtime to put Franklin up 73-68. Jalen Samuels poured in a career-high 28 points along with 17 rebounds to lead the Panthers. Samuels scored eight of his points between the fourth and overtime. Sophomore Chris Edgehill added 20 points for Franklin. For Attleboro, sophomore Bryant Ciccio had a career-high 19 points, including 11 points in the fourth quarter to help the Bombardiers build a lead. Kevin Velazquez added a career-best 14 points while sophomore Qualeem Charles had 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Foxboro 48 @ Canton, 61 – FinalClick here for a recap of this game.

Mansfield, 73 @ King Philip, 54 – FinalAfter leading by just three at the half (34-31), Mansfield outscored the Warriors by eight in the third and then dropped 21 points in the final quarter to pick up a division win. Senior John McCoy paced the Hornets with 20 points and seven rebounds while Khristian Conner dropped 16 points. Sam Hyland added 12 points, six rebounds and three assists for the Hornets. KP’s Bruce Santillus scored a career-high 17 points.

Milford, 49 @ North Attleboro, 36 – FinalNorth Attleboro limited Milford to just 14 points at halftime, but could only score 16 of its own. The Scarlet Hawks offense came alive in the second half, outscoring North 35-20. Junior Brendan White scored nine of his game-high 16 points in the third quarter while Kayden Kelley had 10 points and 13 rebounds and Andrew Fraioli finished with nine points and nine rebounds. North Attleboro junior Josh Montague led the Rocketeers with 12 points.

Oliver Ames, 60 @ Taunton, 61 – FinalTaunton sophomore Dante Law hit a deep, contested three with just three seconds left to help Taunton earn a 61-60 decision over Oliver Ames. OA took the lead on a bucket from junior Ethan Eckstrom with 20 seconds left before Law hit the game-winner. OA held a 57-51 lead with five minutes to play but Taunton used a 7-1 run to tie the game. Taunton senior Lens Esquil had a game-high 19 points while junior John Martins had a career-high 13 points, including a trio of three-pointers in the second half. Law and Malik Charles each had 10 points. Jack Spillane led OA with 20 points while Matt Muir scored a career-high 16 points for the visitors.

Sharon, 65 @ Stoughton, 91 – FinalStoughton connected on 16 three-pointers en route to its best offensive performance of the season. Senior Cam Andrews scored 26 points (five three-pointers) while classmate Colin Sanda (five three-pointers) added a career-high 17 points and sophomore Ajahn Rue (four three-pointers) had a career-high 18 points, seven assists, and seven steals. Malik Loruqet led the Eagles with 20 points.

Girls Basketball
Attleboro, 51 @ Franklin, 63 – FinalClick here for a Recap and Photo Gallery from this game.

Canton, 34 @ Foxboro, 79 – FinalAshley Sampson poured in 28 points as Foxboro continued its unbeaten start in the league. Lily Sykes added 15 points and Katelyn Mollica had 11 for the Warriors.

King Philip, 28 @ Mansfield, 53 – FinalMeg Hill recorded another double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds and also had four blocks. Ann Maher scored nine points and Maggie Danehy and Emily Vigeant each had seven for Mansfield. KP was led by Catherine Cummings with 11 points, while Faith Roy chipped in with five.

North Attleboro, 41 @ Milford, 51 – FinalKate Irwin scored 19 points for the Hawks, who move back into a second-place tie in the Davenport. Emily Piergustavo added 13 points for Milford.

Taunton, 22 @ Oliver Ames, 66 – FinalOliver Ames jumped out to a 32-18 lead at halftime and put on a dominant second-half performance to earn the win. OA senior Kayla Raymond continued her strong play with 28 points, five rebounds, and five steals while Ally Scolnick added 11 points in the win. OA head coach Laney Holbrook noted sophomore Erin Holmberg played great defense for the host Tigers.

Stoughton, 45 @ Sharon, 36 – FinalStoughton junior Hailey Egan dropped a career-best 14 points to lead the Black Knights to a division win on the road at Sharon. Senior Val Whalen added a team-high 13 rebounds while freshman Sydnee Hyacinthe had a game-high five steals for the Black Knights.

Boys Swimming
Oliver Ames, 94.5 @ Attleboro, 72.5 – Final

Girls Swimming
Oliver Ames, 92.5 @ Attleboro, 70.5 – Final

Boys Gymnastics
Attleboro @ Braintree, 7:00

Player of the Week – Kayla Raymond, OA Basketball

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Oliver Ames senior Kayla Raymond has been selected as the HockomockSports.com Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, for Jan. 7 through Jan. 13. Raymond is the 15th player selected for the 2017-18 school year and fifth player chosen during the winter season.

Raymond, the second straight girls’ basketball player to be selected for this award, recorded a pair of double-doubles last week and set a career-high for points in a game to lead the Tigers to a pair of 13-point league wins that keeps OA in a first-place tie with Mansfield atop the Kelley-Rex division. Raymond averaged 34 points, 12 rebounds, three blocks and six steals per game this week

“Her influence both on and off the court is her greatest contribution to the development of her team,” said OA coach Laney Clement-Holbrook, “and that makes her contributions that much more meaningful.”

Against King Philip, Raymond scored 30 points, pulled down 13 rebounds, and blocked four shots, as the Tigers went on a big run at the end of the game to earn the victory. Three days later, Raymond set a new career-high with 38 points and also grabbed 11 boards against Attleboro. For the week, Raymond scored 68 of her team’s 114 points, nearly 60 percent of the Tigers’ scoring output.

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.

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Monday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 01/15/18

Today’s games are listed below.

Girls Basketball
Milford, 59 vs. Hopedale, 26 – Final

Boys Hockey
Canton, 1 @ Newburyport, 1 – FinalCanton junior Ryan Nolte scored in the first period to give the Bulldogs the lead but Newburyport scored a late equalizer in the third period to give each team a point.

North Attleboro, 4 vs. Milton, 1 – FinalDrew Wissler scored a pair of goals and junior Jake Ebert scored his first goal of the season to help Big Red take down Milton. Jason McNeany also scored for the Rocketeers in the win.

Oliver Ames, 1 @ Walpole, 3 – FinalOliver Ames junior Adam Lyons scored once and the Tigers hit the post twice but suffered a setback against the Rebels. Sophomore goalie Owen Connor had a strong game in net with 23 saves.

Taunton, 8 @ Somerset-Berkley, 0 – Final

Girls Hockey
Franklin, 1 @ Brookline/Newton South, 0 – FinalFranklin senior Jackie Connelly scored the only goal of the game to help the Panthers earn a win on the road.

King Philip, 1 @ Medfield, 1 – Final

Mansfield/Oliver Ames, 2 @ Medway/Ashland, 2 – Final

Boys Swimming
Canton @ North Attleboro, 4:30

Mansfield, 95 @ Foxboro, 62 – Final200 Med Relay – Matt Weiner, Jared Gabrilowitz, Sebastian Gwynne, Aden Schwartz (Mans) 1:53; Ben Dorman, Thomas Perry, Johnmichael Boucher, Dan Egan (Fox) 2:05; David Piccirilli Anthony Teebagy, Andrew Oppenheim, Mike Peel (Mans) 2:11. 200 Free – Matt Weiner (Mans) 2:16; Matt Whalen (Mans) 2:25; Michael Deasy (Mans) 2:43. 200 IM – Aden Schwartz (Mans) 2:32; Johnmichael Boucher (Fox) 2:37; Mike Peel (Mans) 2:38. 50 Free – Sebastian Gwynne (Mans) 24.59; Jared Gabrilowitz (Mans) 24.56; Dan Egan (Fox) 25.03. 100 Fly – Aden Schwartz (Mans) 1:11.63; Andrew Oppenheim (Mans) 1:11.69; Anthony Quartarone (Fox) 1:34; 100 Free – Dan Egan (Fox) 59.87; Mike Peel (Mans) 1:03; David Piccirilli (Mans) 1:08; 500 Free – Andrew Oppenheim (Mans) 6:20; Matt Whalen (Mans) 6:51; Thomas Perry (Fox) 6:52. 200 Free Relay – Johnmichael Boucher, Dimitri Davis, Thomas Perry, Dan Egan (Fox) 1:52; Andrew Oppenheim, Matt Whalen, Will Anderson, Mike Peel (Mans) 1:56; Michael Deasy, Thomas Hermendinger, Jason Haugen, Curtis Regan (Mans) 2:05. 100 Back – Sebastian Gwynne (Mans) 1:00; Matt Weiner (Mans) 1:10; David Piccirilli (Mans) 1:16. 100 Breaststroke – Johnmichael Boucher (Fox) 1:18; Kristian Andersen (Fox) 1:27; Dimitri Davis (Fox) 1:31. 400 Free Relay – Dimitri Davis, Jared Roke, Ben Dorman, Anir Gubbala (Fox) 5:09.

Girls Swimming
Canton @ North Attleboro, 4:30

Mansfield, 98 @ Foxboro, 72 – Final200 Med Relay – Claudia Beasley, Mairead Shannon, Ellie Leard, Jenn Prior (Mans) 2:06; Sarah Egan, Lindsey Nelson, Pam Nelson, Gina Ouellette (Fox) 2:09; Caitlin McCarthy, Colleen Cooney, Megan O’Brien, Laura Chaffee (Mans) 2:20. 200 Free – Pam Nelson (Fox) 2:07; Jenn Prior (Mans) 2:08; Laura Chaffee (Mans) 2:28. 200 IM – Pam Nelson (Fox) 2:27; Claudia Beasley (Mans) 2:34; Ellie Leard (Mans) 2:40. 50 Free – Jess Harris (Mans) 29.87; Rachel Nunes (Fox) 30.22; Amber Durant (Mans) 31.82. 100 Fly – Jess Harris (Mans) 1:11; Gina Ouellette (Fox) 1:13; Caitlin McCarthy (Mans) 1:18. 100 Free – Jenn Prior (Mans) 1:00; Molly Devoy (Mans) 1:07; Amber Durant (Mans) 1:11. 500 Free – Lindsey Nelson (Fox) 6:18; Laura Chaffee (Mans) 6:35; Lily Behn (Fox) 7:31. 200 Free Relay – Pam Nelson, Gina Ouellette, Lindsey Nelson, Rachel Nunes (Fox) 1:57; Caitlin McCarthy, Ellie Leard, Mairead Shannon, Jess Harris (Mans) 1:59; Faith Perry, Sarah Egan, Lily Behn, Jenna Stamatov (Fox) 2:09. 100 Backstroke – Claudia Beasley (Mans) 1:08; Mairead Shannon (Mans) 1:14; Julia Carangelo (Fox) 1:17. 100 Breaststroke – Lindsey Nelson (Fox) 1:22; Ellie Leard (Mans) 1:23; Molly Devoy (Mans) 1:25. 400 Free Relay – Claudia Beasley, Jess Harris, Laura Chaffee, Jenn Prior (Mans) 4:16; Sarah Egan, Jenna Stamatov, Faith Perry, Shannon Egan (Fox) 4:53; Colleen Cooney, Julia Burnham, Amber Durant, Molly Devoy (Mans) 4:57.

Gymnastics
King Philip, 127.0 @ Attleboro, 130.0 – Final

Franklin, 130.65 @ Canton, 105.50 – FinalFranklin senior Liz Traphagen won the All Around with a score of 34.7 while junior Sadie Rondeau was second, scoring an 8.5 on beam and 8.0 on floor. Mia Lizotte scored an 8.90 on vault and a 9.1 on floor, senior Molly Stanton’s score on beam, junior Rachel Cyr’s vault score, freshman Katelyn Guidi score on bars, and freshman Lexi Lupien’s scores on vault, beam and, floor all counted towards the Panthers’ win.

Sharon @ Mansfield, 12:30

Oliver Ames, 139.2 @ Taunton, 119.95 – FinalOliver Ames senior Hannah Moynihan took first place in the All-Around with an impressive 36.15 to help the Tigers improve to 5-0. Moynihan scored a 9.1 on vault, 9.2 on bars, and 9.0 on the floor. Junior Gianna Martucci placed second with a 34.95 all around. Sophomore Lauren Picanzi contributed a 9.1 on bars. Other contributors for OA included senior Charis MacCuish, sophomore Tina O’Neill, and freshmen Ashlyn Latham and Kiara Nagle.

Boys Gymnastics
Attleboro vs. Newton North, 1:00