Hockomock Schedule & Scoreboard – 01/03/15

Here are today’s games.
Girls Basketball
Foxboro, 57 vs. Sandwich, 21 – Final – Kat Tamulionis and Kristen Bortolotti each netted a team-high 13 points in the win for the Warriors.
Boys Hockey
Attleboro, 5 vs. East Bridgewater, 4 – Final – Dom Bartnikowski scored once and had two assists while PJ Elliott had a goal and an assist. Tim Giles made 16 saves in net for the Bombardiers.
Canton, 0 @ Mansfield, 2 – Final – Will Kelleher scored the game-winner in the first period on the power play, assisted by Evan Kershaw. Pat Sunderland scored thirty seconds into the third period on a feed from Billy Grant for the second goal. Mansfield’s Anthony Visconti made 25 saves for his first career shutout. 
Foxboro, 3 @ King Philip, 3 – Final – Foxboro’s Mike Carresi scored twice and John Brolin scored the tying goal with two minutes left. All three of King Philip’s goals came in the first period, scored by Collin Cookie, Matt Smith and Tom Hanson.
Milford, 1 @ Franklin, 8 – Final – Connor Anderson scored twice for the Panthers and six other Franklin players scored once. Drew Wilde scored Milford’s lone goal.
Stoughton, 1 @ North Attleboro, 6 – Final – North Attleboro scored five goals in the final period for the win. Brian Poillucci scored for the Rocketeers in the first period and then Mark Ventola scored early in the third to give North a 2-0 lead. Mark Sheehan cut the deficit to one for Stoughton but Jason McNeany, Zach McGowan, Sean Young and Andrew Casson scored to ice the game.
Oliver Ames, 2 @ Taunton, 0 – Final – Matt Mancini and Tim Doherty scored goals for Oliver Ames and Jimmy Tierney notched his first shutout of the season.
Indoor Track (@ Reggie Lewis Center)
Attleboro, 31 vs. King Philip, 69 – Final – Andrew Allen had a big day, finishing in first in 600M race in a time of 1:28.54. The Warriors also had strong showings in the 1000M race with Peter Hogan (2:55.52), Cam Mullins (2:56.54) and Jack Heyer (2:56.59). Attleboro’s Jazz Harding (8.39) and Matt Elliott (8.50) had strong days in the 55M hurdles.
Canton, 51 vs. Milford, 47 – Final – The Bulldogs were able to edge the Scarlet Hawks and Liam Collins and Mark Clancy were big reasons why. Collins continued to show he’s one of the top runners in the one mile in the Hockomock, finishing in a time of 4:39.87, less than a second off the top time on the day. Clancy did well in the two mile race, finishing in 10:29.81, the top time by a Davenport Division runner. 
Foxboro, 41 vs. Oliver Ames, 59 – Final – Connor Donovan’s 2:47.42 in the 1000M race was the best time among Hockomock racers on the day. Kyle Nichols recorded a 5-09.00 in the high jump and also had a top time in the 600M race, recording a 1:30.26. Zach Zolotarevsky finished just behind Nichols with a 1:30.79. Foxboro’s Jason Reed had a strong race in the 1000M at 2:53.68 and Eseosa Omuemu shined in the long jump at 19-06.25, the best distance on the day among Hockomock athletes.
Franklin, 23.5 vs. Mansfield, 76.5 – Final – The Hornets had one of the best days of all Hockomock teams on the day. Aidan Friend finished in 6.88 in the 55M dash, Dean Jenssen finished at 36.88 in the 300M, Mike Duggan finished the 600M in 1:28.96 and Dan Romano (9:54.03) and Jake Affanato (9:54.36) had the two best times in the two mile race. Behind Romano and Affanato in the two mile was Franklin’s Ryan Spelman (10:27.41) and Nate Zaccardi finished the 55M dash in 7.09.
North Attleboro, 80 vs. Taunton, 20 – Final – Andrew Hanwell notched the top time in the 300M race at 36.08, Matt Leary had one of the best times in the 1000M race at 2:53.50, Teddy Nolan clocked in a league-best 4:39.30 in the one mile race, and Brett Inglese had the best finish in the high jump at 5-11.00. Taunton’s Damion Theodule had another strong day in the 55M dash, clocking in a 8.86, the tip finish by a Kelley-Rex runner.
Sharon, 30 vs. Stoughton, 70 – Final – Stoughton’s Clifton Gerring clocked the top time in the 55M dash at 6.80, David Lockhart crossed the finish line at 4:40.00 in the one mile race and Jason Marshall (5-09.00) and Dion Augustine (5-07.00) had strong days in the high jump. Sharon’s William McManus had a big day in the 55M hurdles at 8.22.
Attleboro, 16 vs. King Philip, 84 – Final – Christa Wagner (42.22, 300M), Gianna Bender (3:08.43, 1000M), Olivia Weir (5:22.18, 1 Mile), Abby Seaberg (11:52.47, 2 Mile), Hannah McNeil (9.17, 55M hurdles) and Renee Poirier (38-01.50, Shot Put) had strong days for the Warriors. Attleboro’s Courtney Daggett and Ashley Daggett (both 4-11.00) had strong days in the high jump. 
Canton, 61 vs. Milford, 38 – Final – Another week, another top finish for Canton’s Cat Song. Song finished in 11:46.78 in the 2 Mile race, which was the top time in the Hockomock League by nearly six seconds. Sophomore Selena Cho had a big day, with a 16-02.75 finish in the long jump (second best in the Hockomock) and also finished the 55M dash in 7.87, fourth best time in the league. Milford’s Jenise Madden did well in the 2 Mile race as well, finishing in 12:35.33, the second best time by a Davenport runner. 
Foxboro, 21 vs. Oliver Ames, 79 – Final – Olivia Mileika had the best finish in the high jump of all Hockomock schools in a 5-01.00 while Basia Osborne had a strong day in the 600M race, finishing in 1:46.44. Foxboro’s Berlendah Dure clocked a 7.92 in the 55M dash, the fifth best finish among Hockomock racers.
Franklin, 33 vs. Mansfield, 67 – Final – Junior Lauren Waters finished the 55M dash in 7.64, the best Kelley-Rex finish on the day, Lindsay Goulet clocked a 42.45 in the 300M race, second best in the league and Mikaila Amerantes (1:39.33) and Rachel Stier (1:42.63) had the two best finishes in the 600M race. Franklin’s Meghan Doherty registered a 1:42.98 in the 600M face, the third best finish – only behind Amerantes and Stier. Elaina Rebello (3:16.18, 1000M), Brittany Robinson (5:31.00, 1 Mile) and Sabrina LoMonaco (33-04.75, Shot Put) had strong days for the Panthers as well. 
North Attleboro, 63 vs. Taunton, 37 – Final – Freshman Angela Kaiser had a big day in the 2 Mile race, registering a time of 12:26.69, which was the fourth best time on the day. Hana Caster (7.74, 55M dash), Ann Roberts (5:43.05, 1 Mile) and Stephanie Dubuc (9.64, 55M hurdles) also had strong days for the Rocketeers. Taunton’s Jessica Maki (42.51, 300M) had a strong day for the Tigers. 
Sharon, 85 vs. Stoughton, 11 – Final – Mia Kamara clocked an impressive 7.51 in the 55M dash, the top time among all Hockomock racers on the day. Junior Heather Seggelin (3:23.95) and freshman Ariadne Tolay (3:25.92) had strong days in the 1000M race. 
North Attleboro @ Mansfield, 2:00
Girls Hockey
Canton, 1 @ Falmouth, 2 – Final
Franklin, 2 vs. Westwood, 1 – Final
Mansfield/Oliver Ames/Foxboro, 2 vs. Dennis-Yarmouth, 6 – Final
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