2019 Hockomock League Girls Cross Country All Stars

Below are the official 2019 Hockomock League Girls Cross Country All Stars, selected by the coaches in the league.

Hockomock League MVP

Abby Hassman, Foxboro

Hockomock League All Stars

Kelly Neuendorf, Attleboro
Kimberly Estaban, Attleboro
Abby Hassman, Foxboro
Jenn Yeomans, Foxboro
Sydney Hawkins, Franklin
Sarah Guiliano, Franklin
Caitlin Casey, Franklin
Maya Evans, King Philip
Tessa Lancaster, Mansfield
Jessica Alestock, Mansfield
Emma Lawrence, Milford
Sarah Comiskey, Milford
Melissa Sapini, North Attleboro
Catherine O’Donnell, Oliver Ames
Meghan Reardon, Oliver Ames
Daphne Theiler, Sharon
Juliana Dudziak, Sharon
Eliana Boxerman, Sharon
Rebecca Lally, Stoughton

2019 Hockomock League Boys Cross Country All Stars

Below are the official 2019 Hockomock League Boys Cross Country All Stars, selected by the coaches in the league.

Hockomock League MVP

Michael Griffin, King Philip

Hockomock League All Stars

Nathan Seybert, Attleboro
Ryan Proulx, Foxboro
Tyler Brogan, Franklin
Nicholas Calitri, Franklin
Declan Walmsley, Franklin
Cam Harrington, Franklin
Michael Griffin, King Philip
Michael Norberg, King Philip
Daniel Botte, King Philip
Jovan Joseph, King Philip
Michael Mullahy, Mansfield
Owen Mullahy, Mansfield
Max Manor, Milford
Rory McLaughlin, Oliver Ames
Kyle Sarney, Oliver Ames
Owen McMorrow, Oliver Ames
Nate Reservitz, Oliver Ames
Ty Cali, Taunton
Nolan Tavares, Taunton

Player of the Week: Mike Griffin, King Philip XC

Mike Griffin
 
By HockomockSports.com Staff

King Philip senior Mike Griffin has been selected as the HockomockSports.com Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, for Nov. 10 through Nov. 16. Griffin is the 11th player chosen as Player of the Week for the 2019-20 school year.

Griffin concluded his stellar four-year cross-country career by winning the Div. 1 All-State Meet at the Gardner Municipal Golf Course on Saturday afternoon. He finished in 16:06, which was seven seconds ahead of the second-place finisher from Concord-Carlisle (and 20 seconds ahead of teammate Mike Norberg, who finished fifth overall) to bring home the title. His time was nearly 50 seconds faster than last year’s meet at Stanley Park, where he finished ninth overall.

“His state title was the culmination of over three years of hard work and dedication to running,” said King Philip head coach Chris Elgar. “While undeniably he has a natural talent, you could even say gift for running, but that does not credit enough how much his work ethic contributes to his success. One small example was his confidence in a well thought out ‘agenda’ for how to race this course to his best ability. Because he is a student of his craft, he knew exactly what he needed to do on Saturday. He would also be the first person to recognize the support his co-captain and close friend Mike Norberg has on his success. They really help each other reach for the highest of standards.”

Griffin has been a dominant cross-country runner since his freshman season and a few weeks ago brought home his second straight individual title at the Hockomock League Cross-Country Championships at the Wrentham Development Center. The University of Tennessee-commit finished 18 seconds ahead of Franklin’s Tyler Brogan. In four years, Griffin never finished worse than third in the league meet and improved his time by more than 40 seconds from his freshman to senior seasons.

Click here for a photo gallery from the 2019 Hockomock Cross Country Championships.

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.

 

MIAA EMass XC Championships: 2019 Hock Results

Below are the Hockomock results from the MIAA EMass Cross Country Championship races held on Saturday, November 9th at the Wrentham Development Center.

Boys

Division 1
Teams

1. St. John’s Prep – 61
9. Franklin – 278
16. Taunton – 417
19. Attleboro – 473

Results
1. Tyler Brogan, Franklin – 15:54.9
5. Nicholas Calitri, Franklin – 16:06.7
36. Ty Cali, Taunton – 16:44.0
60. Nolan Tavares, Taunton – 17:04.2
75. Declan Walmsley, Franklin – 17:17.1
83. Camden Harrington, Franklin – 17:22.4
85. Nathan Seybert, Attleboro – 17:24.6
92. Neil Bowie, Attleboro – 17:31.6
94. Ethan Sylvia, Attleboro – 17:32.0
102. Francis Wenner, Attleboro – 17:40.7
107. Shane Cataloni, Attleboro – 17:48.4
108. Colin Quinlan, Taunton – 17:49.0
109. Ryan Strawbridge, Taunton – 17:49.1
110. Andrew Cali, Taunton – 17:50.4
116. Zachary Martin, Attleboro – 18:00.4
117. Griffin Sieczkiewicz, Franklin – 18:00.8
122. Zachary Stromfors, Attleboro – 18:04.2
132. Joshua Anderson, Franklin – 18:14.8
153. Alex Towle, Franklin – 18:49.9

Division 2
Teams

1. Concord-Carlisle – 59
7. King Philip – 253
8. Mansfield – 266

Results
1. Mike Griffin, King Philip – 15:34.8
4. Michael Norberg, King Philip – 16:04.6
6. Owen Mullahy, Mansfield – 16:09.1
18. Mike Mullahy, Mansfield – 16:25.8
52. Dan Botte, King Philip – 17:15.0
69. Collin Stevens, Mansfield – 17:24.8
83. Jovan Joseph, King Philip – 17:41.5
84. Ben Giffen, Mansfield – 17:41.9
89. Chris Leonard, Mansfield – 17:44.9
113. Nathan Farkash, King Philip – 18:07.2
119. Ryan Andrews, King Philip – 18:13.6
128. James Schlenker, Mansfield – 18:23.7
137. Tim Corkey, Mansfield – 18:33.9
141. Brendan Weddleton, King Philip – 18:37.4

Division 3
Teams

1. Milton – 82
6. Oliver Ames – 162
10. Milford – 275
15. Sharon – 405
20. North Attleboro – 534
25. Stoughton – 738

Results
1. Robert Carew, Milton – 15:55.2
11. Kyle Sarney, Oliver Ames – 16:28.8
17. Maxwell Manor, Milford – 16:40.8
21. Owen McMorrow, Oliver Ames – 16:45.1
35. Nathan Reservitz, Oliver Ames – 17:05.9
43. Owen Nipoti, Oliver Ames – 17:11.5
48. Gabe Soares, Milford – 17:18.0
52. Rory McLaughlin, Oliver Ames – 17:22.7
62. Mark Starovoytov, Sharon – 17:32.9
65. Siddharth Reddy, Sharon – 17:34.5
67. James Comisky, Milford – 17:36.5
69. Liam Bennett, Milford – 17:37.4
72. Daniel Nobrega, North Attleboro – 17:39.3
73. Christopher Galligan, North Attleboro – 17:39.7
74. Mark Butters, Milford – 17:40.1
79. James Kong, Sharon – 17:46.2
88. Joey Looney, Oliver Ames – 17:56.8
94. Samuel Vilt, Milford – 18:02.3
97. Jacob Dubin, Sharon – 18:04.3
102. Alexander Tao, Sharon – 18:10.8
114. Andres Alverez-Romero, Milford – 18:17.9
115. Alex Ramirez, Oliver Ames – 18:19.0
122. Colin Ozturk, Stoughton – 18:23.9
123. Jordan Saks, Sharon – 18:24.1
128. Jack MacLaughlin, North Attleboro – 18:32.1
131. Griffin Gouck, North Attleboro – 18:39.0
135. Casey Poirier, North Attleboro – 18:46.6
138. William Bradley, North Attleboro – 18:49.5
145. Mark Carlson, North Attleboro – 18:55.4
151. Michael Henriques, Stoughton – 19:11.0
157. Sebastian Malek, Stoughton – 19:28.3
161. Robert Currier, Stoughton – 19:37.3
165. Aiden Castillo, Stoughton – 19:44.9
173. Bradley Weiss, Sharon – 20:07.3
175. Joshua McNamara, Stoughton – 20:40.6

 

Division 4
Teams

1. Newburyport – 68
19. Foxboro – 483
22. Canton – 506

Results
1. John Lucey, Newburyport – 15:57.0
10. Ryan Proulx, Foxboro – 16:58.5
51. Kyle Downing, Canton – 18:02.8
92. Jake Parkman, Foxboro – 18:54.2
98. Peter Milne, Canton – 19:01.3
99. Jack Hernon, Canton – 19:02.1
114. Alex Maddestra, Canton – 19:13.6
121. Nicolas Olson, Foxboro – 19:18.3
126. Liam Cody, Foxboro – 19:21.2
134. Jared Ciora, Foxboro – 19:30.2
137. Nate Palter, Foxboro – 19:32.7
144. Chris Rota, Canton – 19:46.3
145. Elias Jabbour, Canton – 19:49.2
158. Connor Callahan, Foxboro – 20:18.0
170. Sohil Apte, Canton – 21:17.9

Girls

Division 1
Teams

1. Lexington – 86
15. Franklin – 335
17. Attleboro – 417
20. Taunton – 516

Results
1. Lucy Jenks, Newton South – 18:14.0
36. Kelly Neuendorf, Attleboro – 20:32.7
51. Sydney Hawkins, Franklin – 20:55.6
59. Kimberley Esteban, Attleboro – 21:07.9
64. Sarah Giuliano, Franklin – 21:15.6
71. Caitlin Casey, Franklin – 21:31.4
80. Ruth Ann Mulvey, Franklin – 21:51.4
84. Angelina Perez, Franklin – 21:58.5
92. Diana Blouin, Attleboro – 22:12.2
94. Lily Valcovic, Taunton – 22:15.0
97. Liliana Duffy, Franklin – 22:20.5
99. Tatyana Mainer-Smith, Taunton – 22:21.4
105. Nia Mainer-Smith, Taunton – 22:37.7
110. Kailey Melito-Santos, Taunton – 22:43.7
116. Julianna Parsons, Attleboro – 22:57.9
125. Charlene Peng, Franklin – 23:30.0
128. Olivia Weber, Taunton – 23:36.2
131. Morgan Coleman, Attleboro – 23:40.1
135. Kiley Quinlan, Taunton – 23:52.3
141. Phylicia Dias, Taunton – 24:24.6

Division 2
Teams

1. Concord-Carlisle – 58
15. King Philip – 409
18. Mansfield – 462

Results
1. Emma Kerimo, Concord-Carlisle – 18:40.8
15. Maya Evans, King Philip – 19:40.6
23. Tessa Lancaster, Mansfield – 19:54.9
69. Meg Sherwood, King Philip – 21:03.7
98. Emma Lamson, Mansfield – 21:55.5
110. Ava Pisani, King Philip – 22:22.0
115. Jessica Alestock, Mansfield – 22:28.4
120. Dayna Aubin, King Philip – 22:44.8
121. Abigail Simmons, King Philip – 22:44.9
126. Alexis Divasta, Mansfield – 22:49.5
129. Anne Riley, Mansfield – 22:57.1
130. Devin Anderson, Mansfield – 23:03.1
133. Abigail Meader, King Philip – 23:17.6
141. Erin Regnier, King Philip – 25:00.7

Division 3
Teams

1. Milton – 68
8. Sharon – 234
14. Oliver Ames – 365
15. Milford – 389
16. North Attleboro – 401

Results
1. Olivia Jones, Hopkinton – 18:36.8
5. Daphne Theiler, Sharon – 19:27.2
13. Emma Lawrence, Milford – 20:05.1
14. Juliana Dudziak, Sharon – 20:06.2
20. Meghan Reardon, Oliver Ames – 20:22.5
25. Eliana Boxerman, Sharon – 20:35.5
33. Catherine O’Donnell, Oliver Ames – 20:45.5
43. Sara Comisky, Milford – 21:00.1
61. Melissa Sapini, North Attleboro – 21:31.3
62. Shruti Srinivasan, North Attleboro – 21:32.7
70. Rebecca Lally, Stoughton – 21:43.7
73. Julia Sarro, Oliver Ames – 21:46.5
74. Natalie Kaiser, North Attleboro – 21:46.9
76. Margaret Li, Sharon – 21:49.5
101. Emily Manning, North Attleboro – 22:15.2
103. Sydney Kalil, Milford – 22:15.8
105. Alexis Marcolini, Milford – 22:16.7
106. Olivia Forbes, North Attleboro – 22:21.0
117. Berta Faktorovich, Sharon – 22:41.5
121. Ava Lerman, Oliver Ames – 22:48.8
123. Ella Isleib, Oliver Ames – 23:09.8
124. Juiette Tao, Sharon – 23:12.5
126. Catherine Hanewich, North Attleboro – 23:28.9
127. Kiersten Chan, Oliver Ames – 23:31.6
129. Kerry O’Connor, Milford – 23:37.7
132. Kate McCormick, Oliver Ames – 23:39.3
133. Kavya Anbarasu, Sharon – 23:48.8
136. Elaine McCarty, Stoughton – 24:08.2
139. Brittany Silverman, Milford – 24:36.8
142. Julia Franey, Stoughton – 24:44.5
145. Jessica Maddalena, Stoughton – 25:13.8
147. Kathryn Watson, Milford – 25:25.0

Division 4
Teams

1. Newburyport – 76
8. Foxboro – 259
16. Canton – 374

Results
1. Isabella Pietrasiewicz, Norton – 18:55.5
3. Abby Hassman, Foxboro – 19:19.4
34. Marie Messinger, Canton – 21:25.0
56. Emily Steele, Foxboro – 21:58.8
66. Anya Doherty, Foxboro – 22:14.2
70. Emilia Lacy, Foxboro – 22:21.2
71. Johanna Bouwmeister, Canton – 22:22.2
76. Kayla Wong, Canton – 22:32.4
78. Amy Conley, Foxboro – 22:39.3
98. Erika Boone, Canton – 23:13.1
119. Jessica Hart, Canton – 23:51.3
123. Kate Kelleher, Canton – 24:08.8
127. Isabel Hallal, Foxboro – 24:16.0
140. Lauren Sullivan, Canton – 24:50.1

Player of the Week: Abby Hassman, Foxboro XC

Abby Hassman
 
By HockomockSports.com Staff

Foxboro senior Abby Hassman has been selected as the HockomockSports.com Player of the Week, presented by Morse Insurance, for Oct. 20 through Oct. 26. Hassman is the eighth player chosen as Player of the Week for the 2019-20 school year.

Hassman cruised to a dominating victory in Saturday morning’s Hockomock Girls Cross-Country Championships at the Wrentham Development Center. She completed the windy 5K course in a time of 18:52.34, which was nearly 49 seconds better than her nearest competitor, to win the league meet for the second time in the past three seasons.

“Abby has a lot of natural talent, but really dedicated herself to training this summer and season,” said Foxboro coach Joe Cusack. “She set some pretty lofty goals for herself, and winning back the Hock title (which she won as a sophomore) was definitely one of them. She also wanted to run sub-18:00, and did that (at Twilight). With the Divisional meet and All-States coming up, I’m really excited to see what she can do. She’s running with a ton of confidence right now, which goes a very long way in these November meets.”

Hassman jumped out to an early lead on Saturday and by the two-mile mark was out of sight of her competitors. Her time was a full 40 seconds better than last year, when she finished second to teammate Lexi Quinn, and 11 seconds better than her winning time as a sophomore in 2017. During her four-year cross-country career, Hassman has never finished worse than third at the Hock Championship meet and last season helped the Warriors end a long league title drought.

Click here for a full photo gallery from the Hockomock League Cross Country Championships.

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.

 

Rivalry Pushes Hockomock Runners Into Top Gear

Hockomock Runners
Franklin’s Tyler Brogan (left) and King Philip’s Mike Griffin have developed a rivalry over three years of competing against each other in cross-country and track. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)

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On Saturday morning at the Wrentham Development Center, one of the top individual rivalries in the Hockomock League had its latest chapter, as King Philip’s Mike Griffin and Franklin’s Tyler Brogan squared off at the annual league cross-country meet. Griffin took first place (by a commanding 16 seconds) for the second straight season and for the third straight fall Brogan took second.

They are two of the top distance runners not only in the Hock but in the state and both admit that having another Div. I-caliber runner (Brogan committed this week to Northeastern, while Griffin has narrowed his choices to Arizona State or Tennessee) to compete against multiple times a season, in cross-country as well as indoor and outdoor track, has propelled them to reach new levels of success.

“Having someone of that caliber of a runner to pretty much always be there to push you has made me a much better runner,” Brogan said. Although he finished second on Saturday, Brogan recently beat Griffin in an invitational meet and edged him this summer in the Tommy Cochary High School Mile in Falmouth. “Sometimes it’s frustrating where we go back-and-forth,” he added, “but the most important thing is having him has made me much more competitive and just overall a better runner.”

Griffin added, “Being able to compete with one of the other best runners in the state obviously makes me go faster.” He compared himself to other elite runners that may not have the same level of competition within their league. He said, “Because I have Brogan and because I have my teammate Mike Norberg, I have to try to win.”

It hasn’t gone unnoticed by the coaches how much the rivalry has enhanced each runner’s performance and preparation.

“I think the rivalry has kept both of them sharp as neither one can really get an easy win within the league,” said Franklin cross-country coach Nicholas Bailey. “When you think that one has gotten an upper hand, the other will come right back and the roles will be swapped. It’s been a lot of fun to coach Tyler and watch this rivalry unfold over the past few years.”

The rivalry didn’t begin until the spring season of their freshman year. Brogan was a soccer and basketball player coming into high school, while Griffin made his mark as a runner immediately, finishing third at that fall’s league meet and setting freshman records. In spring track, the league got its first inkling of what a dynamic rivalry it would become.

 

“Cross-country freshman year, the only freshmen that could compete with me were from other states,” Griffin explained. “I remember I was doing some run with my teammates and they were like this freshman kid from Franklin gave one of the top milers in the league a run for his money and almost beat him. I was so excited because I was like, wow I have someone who’s going to be racing with me the next three years who’s my speed.”

Brogan said, “During spring track, I did really well. At the end of that season or maybe in the summer I thought, okay I like basketball and soccer but I’m not that good. I know I’m not going to college and play basketball or anything, so I started running all three seasons.”

He added, “Three years later, we still race each other all the time. I feel like we just go back-and-forth, back-and-forth every meet.”

It is a friendly rivalry. While there is always the desire to win (for instance, Brogan couldn’t contain his frustration when he spoke about his performance in Saturday’s meet), there is mutual respect. They both know that without the other, they might not have pushed as hard, might not have put in the extra time to turned potential into consistent success.

After every race, there is a moment when the two runners, no matter who came in first, come together and acknowledge how much they had to push to achieve the times that they posted.

“Even though we’re competing, even though we’re rivals, we’re doing the same exact thing and just have a lot of respect for the guys who can do what I do, put themselves through the pain of running as fast as we do, and still come out with a great result,” Griffin said.

“He’s not someone to go around and brag about winning or stuff like that,” Brogan said. “That makes it even better, someone of that caliber who does win a lot and who can maintain not being extremely cocky or showboating. There’s sometimes where I beat him, I know he won’t be sulking or anything like that.”

Both guys talked about how a love for running began in middle school with gym class miles and fitness tests. As you would expect, they both stood out among their peers. That has continued throughout their high school careers and across multiple events. Whether it is mid- or long-distance, they never seem to be far apart at the finish line.

“I have not traced their head to head record against each other over the seasons but I am willing to bet it is as close to a 50-50 split as it comes,” said KP cross-country coach Chris Elgar. “They can beat each other in every single event, which is a rarity. You usually have a situation where one excels in the shorter races while the other has the advantage in the longer races; not so with these guys.”

The expectation that a fast time is going to be needed to take first every race ups the expectation, the adrenaline, and the enjoyment of those head-to-head meetings. Not only does it help to have someone just as fast to push you to another gear, but it is also more fun.

“It definitely increases the amount of nervousness you feel,” Brogan said, “but it also increases that sense of I’m going to go out and run a good time because that’s what we all want. That’s why I like these high-level meets where these times can be fulfilled.”

It is no surprise that after facing each other so many times over the past three-plus years, Brogan and Griffin need no time to point out each other’s strengths.

“His short kick,” Griffin replied immediately when asked about Brogan’s biggest strength “If he’s able to stick on someone the whole race and you’re with him with 100 meters to go, he’s going to beat you. He has a short final kick but it is killer.” He added with a chuckle, “A lot of the times, he likes to push me to the lead and I get stuck in the lead always hearing him right on my heels.”

Brogan highlighted Griffin’s versatility, being able to excel at multiple distances, as one of his biggest strengths, but also noted his personality. “I never really see him getting nervous before races and stuff like that,” Brogan said. “They have a boombox, the KP team, and they’re always going around like that and having fun. I’m sure he still has some [nerves], but he never shows it.”

As the runners head into the final cross-country postseasons of their high school careers, the rivalry is still far from the finish line. The duo will face off numerous times over the winter and spring. Each race, their names will be the ones that draw the most attention and, most likely, will be the first two mentioned on the podium – only the order left to be decided.

Click here for a photo gallery from the 2019 Hockomock League Boys Cross-Country Championships.

Click here for a photo gallery from the 2019 Hockomock League Boys Cross-Country Championships.

Hockomock Cross Country Championship Results 2019

Hockomock Cross Country Championship
Foxboro’s Abby Hassman (right) won the girl’s race by nearly a minute over the Sharon duo of Daphne Theiler and Juliana Dudziak, who finished four seconds apart in second and third. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)
The Hockomock League held its annual cross country championships on Saturday morning at the Wrentham Development Center. Below are Hockomock cross-country championship team and individual results.

Click here for a photo gallery from the boys’ meet.

Click here for a photo gallery from the girls’ meet.

Boys

Team Results
1. Oliver Ames – 66
2. King Philip – 82
3. Franklin – 93
4. Mansfield – 119
5. Taunton – 123
6. Milford – 129
7. Sharon – 148
8. Attleboro – 167
9. North Attleboro – 244
10. Canton – 292
11. Foxboro – 301
12. Stoughton – 361

Individual Results
1. Mike Griffin, King Philip – 15:37.64
2. Tyler Brogan, Franklin – 15:55.97 2
3. Nicholas Calitri, Franklin – 15:58.77
4. Mike Norberg, King Philip – 16:05.19
5. Kyle Sarney, Oliver Ames – 16:08.98
6. Owen Mullahy, Mansfield – 16:17.63
7. Ty Cali, Taunton – 16:26.14
8. Ryan Proulx, Foxboro – 16:35.51
9. Mike Mullahy, Mansfield – 16:39.92
10. Max Manor, 12 Milford – 16:42.03
11. Rory Mclaughlin, Oliver Ames – 16:42.94
12. Declan Walmsley, Franklin – 16:44.77
13. Owen Mcmorrow, Oliver Ames – 16:57.16
14. Nolan Tavares, Taunton – 16:58.77
15. Dan Botte, King Philip -17:13.85
16. Jovan Joseph, King Philip – 17:15.35
17. Nate Reservitz, Oliver Ames – 17:23.93
18. Liam Bennett, Milford – 17:27.17
19. Francis Wenner, Attleboro – 17:31.56
20. Owen Nipoti, Oliver Ames – 17:32.17
21. James Kong, Sharon – 17:33.50
22. James Comisky, Milford – 17:37.21 22
23. Daniel Nobrega, North Attleboro – 17:37.30
24. Colin Quinlan, Taunton – 17:37.90
25. Siddharth Reddy, Sharon – 17:38.39
26. Mark Starovoytov, Sharon – 17:38.85
27. Brayden Cali, Taunton – 17:39.23
28. Ben Giffen, Mansfield – 17:41.13
29. Alex Ramirez, Oliver Ames – 17:42.65
30. Ethan Sylvia, Attleboro – 17:43.60
31. Collin Stevens, Mansfield – 17:43.61
32. Kyle Downing, Canton – 17:43.96
33. Griffin Sieczkiewicz, Franklin – 17:44.09
34. Bradley Weiss, Sharon – 17:49.83
35. Zack Martin, Attleboro – 17:52.29
36. Neil Bowie, Attleboro – 17:55.20
37. Joey Looney, Oliver Ames – 17:55.77
38. Ryan Sarney, Oliver Ames – 17:57.14
39. Christopher Galligan, North Attleboro – 17:57.73
40. Samuel Vilt, Milford – 17:58.57
41. Gabriel Pardo Cota, Milford – 17:59.19
42. Gabriel Soares, Milford – 18:01.07
43. Jacob Dubin, Sharon – 18:03.27
44. Camden Harrington, Franklin – 18:03.68 43
45. Mark Butters, Milford – 18:04.33
46. Tim Corkery, Mansfield – 18:04.68
47. Nate Farkash, King Philip – 18:05.13
48. Sean Cataloni, Attleboro – 18:06.68 47
49. Ryan Andrews, King Philip – 18:12.23
50. Brendan Weddleton, King Philip – 18:13.07

Click here for a photo gallery from the boys’ meet.

 

51. Zachary Stromfors, Attleboro – 18:13.41
52. Jack Pawlowski ,Taunton – 18:13.85
53. Griffin Gouck, North Attleboro – 18:14.15
54. Joshua Anderson, Franklin – 18:15.97
55. Alex Towle, Franklin – 18:16.73
56. Alexander Tao, Sharon – 18:17.53 55
57. Michael Williams, Sharon – 18:23.43 56
58. James Schlenker, Mansfield – 18:24.48
59. Ryan Strawbridge, Taunton – 18:24.85
60. Matthew Letourneau, Taunton – 18:25.39
61. David Fiedorczyk, Oliver Ames – 18:26.19
62. Lee Casstevens, Attleboro – 18:26.36
63. Alex Maddestra, Canton – 18:26.94
64. Colin Ozturk, Stoughton – 18:27.05
65. Jack Clifford, Franklin – 18:28.17
66. Wyatt Fritchman, Oliver Ames – 18:30.42
67. Joshua Tiews, Attleboro – 18:31.72
68. Peter Milne, Canton – 18:31.97
69. Connor Kucich, Franklin – 18:33.96
70. Jordan Saks, Sharon – 18:34.36
71. Jack Hernon, Canton – 18:36.27
72. Steven Westgate, Taunton – 18:43.78
73. William Bradley, North Attleboro – 18:44.11
74. Mark Carlson, North Attleboro – 18:44.82
75. Balint Mihajlovits, Sharon – 18:44.95
76. Ryan Rispoli, Mansfield – 18:46.94
77. Matt Difiore, King Philip – 18:48.34
78. Noah Hurd, King Philip – 18:49.79
79. Jake Parkman, Foxboro – 18:53.10
80. Casey Poirier, North Attleboro – 18:53.20
81. Ryan Field, Attleboro – 18:56.80
82. Jack Maclaughlin, North Attleboro – 18:58.21
83. Dan Kipp, Mansfield – 18:59.58
84. Lucas Desousa, Taunton – 19:01.17
85. Anthony Cardosa, Mansfield – 19:03.64
86. Chris Leonard, Mansfield – 19:05.84
87. Robert Currier, Stoughton – 19:07.99
88. Zachary Olivera, Taunton – 19:11.54
89. Chris Rota, Canton – 19:12.96
90. Clancy Golden, Franklin – 19:13.98
91. Barry Spoto, Sharon – 19:15.08
92. Sebastian Malek, Stoughton – 19:19.91
93. Nicolas Olson, Foxboro – 19:21.93
94. Ben Kelley, Attleboro – 19:21.98
95. Liam Cody, Foxboro – 19:22.45
96. Andrew Noke, King Philip – 19:28.09
97. Connor Callahan, Foxboro – 19:32.78
98. Aiden Castillo, Stoughton – 19:49.88
99. Aidan Judge, North Attleboro – 19:50.73
100. Michael Henriques, Stoughton – 19:53.35
101. Jared Ciora, Foxboro – 19:58.74
102. Isaiah Mchoul, North Attleboro – 20:36.19
103. Joshua Mcnamara, Stoughton – 20:38.90
104, Sohil Apte, Canton – 20:59.49
105. Kyle Wanless, Canton – 21:02.40
106. Matt Hart, Canton – 21:16.37
107. Ronan Himelrick, Canton – 21:18.60
108. Jackson Sylvestre, Foxboro – 21:22.03
109. Gabriel Laboy, Stoughton – 21:26.85
110. William Atwood, North Attleboro – 21:48.06

Girls

Team Results
1. Sharon – 74
2. Franklin – 90
3. Oliver Ames – 138
4. King Philip – 139
5. Taunton – 147
6. Foxboro – 150
7. Mansfield – 156
8. Milford – 158
9. Attleboro – 185
10. North Attleboro – 191
11. Canton – 227
12. Stoughton – 310

Individual Results
1. Abby Hassman, Foxboro – 18:52.34
2. Daphne Theiler, Sharon – 19:41.21
3. Juliana Dudziak, Sharon – 19:45.48
4. Maya Evans, King Philip – 19:51.50
5. Emma Lawrence, Milford – 19:53.46
6. Tessa Lancaster, Mansfield – 20:04.98
7. Catherine O’Donnell, Oliver Ames – 20:05.32
8. Meghan Reardon, Oliver Ames – 20:08.70
9. Kelly Neuendorf, Attleboro – 20:28.32
10. Sydney Hawkins, Franklin – 20:33.36
11. Abha Chaudhara, Sharon – 20:36.55
12. Sarah Giuliano, Franklin – 20:44.11
13. Sara Comisky, Milford – 20:47.73
14. Jenn Yeomans, Foxboro – 20:49.64
15. Kimberly Esteban, Attleboro – 20:51.01
16. Jessica Alestock, Mansfield – 20:52.20
17. Rebecca Lally, Stoughton – 21:02.02
18. Caitlyn Casey, Franklin – 21:08.92
19. Nia Mainer-Smith, Taunton – 21:09.78
20. Melissa Sapini, North Attleboro – 21:11.52
21. Meg Sherwood, King Philip – 21:17.81
22. Emma Lamson, Mansfield – 21:24.23
23. Margaret Li, Sharon – 21:27.62
24. Charlene Peng, Franklin – 21:32.05
25. Lily Valcovic, Taunton – 21:34.92
26. Liliana Duffy, Franklin – 21:38.47
27. Julia Sarro, Oliver Ames – 21:39.00
28. Marie Messinger, – 21:40.67
29. Ava Pisani, King Philip – 21:44.76
30. Olivia Dias, Taunton – 22:02.05
31. Tat Mainer-Smith, Taunton – 22:05.28
32. Natalie Kaiser, North Attleboro – 22:05.39
33. Dayna Aubin, King Philip – 22:07.11
34. Shruti Srinivasan, North Attleboro – 22:08.77
35. Berta Faktorovich, Sharon – 22:11.69
36. Ruth Ann Mulvey, Franklin – 22:12.47
37. Emily Steele, Foxboro – 22:13.30
38. Angelina Perez, Franklin – 22:15.26
39. Kayla Wong, Canton – 22:16.13
40. Audria Hawkins, Franklin – 22:17.63
41. Johanna Boumeister, Canton – 22:21.19
42. Anya Doherty, Foxboro – 22:22.88
43. Emma Nelson, Franklin – 22:25.22
44. Olivia Weber, Taunton – 22:25.81
45. Ava Lerman, Oliver Ames – 22:26.24
46. Alexis Marcolini, Milford – 22:27.98
47. Emily Manning, North Attleboro – 22:29.35
48. Sydney Kalil, Milford – 22:30.29
49. Jazyl Miller-Villanueva, Attleboro – 22:32.84
50. Kailey Melito-Santos, Taunton – 22:35.41

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51. Diana Blouin, Attleboro – 22:36.98
52. Kerry O’Connor, Milford – 22:38.00
53. Olivia Forbes, North Attleboro – 22:38.85
54. Juliette Tao, Sharon – 22:42.68
55. Abigail Simmons, King Philip – 22:43.59
56. Kiersten Chan, Oliver Ames – 22:54.42
57. Devin Anderson, Mansfield – 22:57.84
58. Erin Regnier, King Philip – 22:59.96
59. Abigail Meader, King Philip – 23:02.86
60. Amy Conley, Foxboro – 23:06.36
61. Hayley Windvogel, Mansfield – 23:08.09
62. Erica Boone, Canton – 23:14.20
63. Kelly Colleran, North Attleboro – 23:19.37
64. Kate Kelleher, Canton – 23:20.96
65. Ella Isleib, Oliver Ames – 23:23.33
66. Anne Riley, Mansfield – 23:28.06
67. Sydney Brady, Franklin – 23:37.67
68. Rachel Paul, Oliver Ames – 23:44.84
69. Kavya Anbarasu, Sharon – 23:45.49
70. Julianna Parsons, Attleboro – 23:55.78
71. Lilia Angelone, King Philip – 23:57.95
72. Jenna Zeoli, Oliver Ames – 24:02.02
73. Quinlan Kiley, Taunton – 24:04.16
74. Johanna Holmes, Oliver Ames – 24:04.25
75. Morgan Coleman, Attleboro – 24:05.38
76. Brittany Silverman, Milford – 24:12.24
77. Sierra Robison, Sharon – 24:17.17
78. Haley Braga, Oliver Ames – 24:20.37
79. Samantha Greco, Mansfield – 24:22.13
80. Elaine McCarty, Stoughton – 24:24.20
81. Julia Miller, Mansfield – 24:25.67
82. Leah Vigevani, King Philip – 24:42.12
83. Sophia Delvecchio, King Philip – 24:46.62
84. Phylicia Dias, Taunton – 24:49.84
85. Jessica Maddalena, Stoughton – 24:56.67
86. Lauren Iolli, Taunton – 24:58.67
87. Julia Franey, Stoughton – 24:59.85
88. Grace Benton, Mansfield – 25:00.56
89. Lauren Sullivan, Canton – 25:00.86
90. Amanda Hanewich, North Attleboro -25:09.72
91. Kathryn Watson, Milford – 25:40.36
92. Kate Pease, Milford – 25:51.87
93. Fiona Jorden, Milford – 26:00.20
94. Stephanie Goulet, Milford – 26:22.71
95. Sarah Doherty, Stoughton – 27:47.44

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2019 Highland Park Invitational: Hock Results

Highland Park Invitational
The first annual Highland Park Invitational was held over the weekend. (@AboroPrincipal/Twitter)

Below are the Hockomock results from the first annual Highland Park Invitation in Attleboro held on Saturday, September 21st. Runners that finished in the top 100 are listed. For complete results, click here.

Boys

Teams
1. LaSalle Academy – 87
9. King Philip – 242
12. Attleboro – 285
14. Mansfield – 316
18. Foxboro – 470
19. Franklin – 513
20. North Attleboro – 582

Results
1. Andrew Cabral, Seekonk – 16:17.6
5. Michael Norberg, King Philip -16:40.4
7. Mike Griffin, King Philip – 16:47.8
11. Ryan Proulx, Foxboro – 15:56.6
14. Owen Mullahy, Mansfield – 17:00.0
27. Nathan Seybert, Attleboro – 17:23.2
28. Mike Mullahy, Mansfield – 17:25.7
49. Francis Wenner, Attleboro – 17:59.3
60. Dan Botte, King Philip – 18:15.9
61. Ethan Sylvia, Attleboro – 18:16.6
76. Zachary Martin, Attleboro – 18:42.5
79. Neil Bowie, Attleboro – 18:52.5
84. Jovan Joseph, King Philip – 19:06.2
85. Sean Cataloni, Attleboro – 19:15.2
87. Collin Stevens, Mansfield – 19:18.4
88. Alex Towle, Franklin – 19:19.4
89. Ben Giffen, Mansfield – 19:19.5
93. Brendan Weddleton, King Philip – 19:29.3
99. Jack Clifford, Franklin – 19:37.2
100. Joshua Tiews, Attleboro – 19:38.8

Girls

Teams
1. Lexington – 96
11. King Philip – 285
12. Foxboro – 295
13. Franklin – 340

Results
4. Abby Hassman, Foxboro – 19:28.1
14. Tessa Lancaster, Mansfield – 20:34.1
22. Kelly Neuendorf, Attleboro – 21:12.3
33. Maya Evans, King Philip – 21:30.6
45. Kimberly Esteban, Attleboro – 22:15.4
50. Jenn Yeomans, Foxboro – 22:27.9
56. Ava Pisani, King Philip – 22:44.4
58. Jessica Alestock, Mansfield – 22:52.5
66. Meg Sherwood, King Philip – 23:10.6
67. Emma Lamson, Mansfield – 23:11.8
75. Sarah Giuliano, Franklin – 23:34.6
76. Lilana Duffy, Franklin – 23:34.8
77. Charlene Peng, Franklin – 23:35.0
78. Sydney Hawkins, Franklin – 23:35.4
79. Caitlin Casey, Franklin – 23:37.7
81. Dayna Aubin, King Philip – 23:47.5
84. Erin Regnier, King Philip – 24:01.4
85. Anne Riley, Mansfield – 24:03.6
89. Abigail Simmons, King Philip – 24:19.0
90. Isabel Hallal, Foxboro – 24:31.1
92. Emily Steele, Foxboro – 24:37.1
95. Sophia Sourgaris, Foxboro – 24:46.0
96. Mabel Linck, Foxboro – 24:49.9