Today’s games are listed below.
Mansfield @ Bishop Feehan – Postponed to 4/23 at 4:00.
Franklin, 3 vs. Bridgewater-Raynham, 2 – Final – Trailing 2-1 heading into the bottom of the seventh, the Panthers rallied for a pair of runs to walk off with a win against the Trojans. Jackie Cherry led the inning off with a single and courtesy runner Anna Balkus advanced to third on sacrifice bunt from Olivia Haba. Balkus came home to tie the game on a wild pitch. Rachel Cousineau drew a walk, Ally Shea singled and both advanced a base on a wild pitch. Olivia DiGiacomo then delivered the game-winning hit with a base hit. The Panthers scored their first run in the fifth inning when Cousineau knocked in Tara Hartnett (2-for-3), who led off with a double. Cherry earned her first career win in the circle for the Panthers.
Mansfield, 27 @ Needham, 7 – Final (5 inn.) – Marissa Staffer had a pair of hits and seven RBI, as well as a strong defensive game, to lead the Hornets to a big non-league win.
Milford, 8 @ Hopedale, 0 – Final – Milford rolled to its sixth straight win and second shutout of the season by blanking Hopedale. Senior Ali Atherton struck out 10 batters in a complete game effort, allowing just four hits to get the win. Shannon Cormier (3-for-4) and Emily Piergustavo (2-for-4, triple) each knocked in a pair of runs for the Scarlet Hawks. Kate Irwin went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and Jess Tomaso was 4-for-4 with a double and two walks for Milford.
Foxboro, 8 vs. Catholic Memorial, 9 – Final – Foxboro scored five goals in the final quarter, cutting the deficit to one on back-to-back goals with less than a minute to play but saw its comeback bid come up just short. Trailing 7-3 to start the fourth, Brendan Tully (three goals, three assists) and Colin Spinney (two goals) scored consecutive goals to make it 8-6 with just over three minutes to go by CM answered with what turned out to be the game-winner right off the draw. Spinney and Tully scored back-to-back again to bring Foxboro within one with less than a minute to play but the Knights were able to run out the clock. Trey Guerini, Andrew Whalen and Louis Piccolo each scored once for Foxboro while Jake Addeche made 11 saves in net.
Franklin, 9 vs. Masconomet, 5 – Final – Junior Eric Civetti netted a hat trick and had one assist while classmate Kyle McInery found the back of the net twice with one assist as Franklin rolled passed Masconomet. Senior Packie Watson scored twice to round off the Panthers’ attack. Junior Connor O’Rourke made 12 saves in net while sophomore Jacob Alexander lost just one face off all game, albeit due to a false start.
Mansfield, 10 vs. Scituate, 9 – Final – In a back and forth affair, Mansfield rattled off three straight between the second and third quarters to pick up enough separation to beat Scituate. The teams traded goals for the entire first half, with the Sailors taking a brief 2-1 lead before Mansfield’s Sam O’Connell scored one of his four goals to tie the game. O’Connell scored just before half as well, taking a feed from Hunter Ferreira (two goals, three assists) to put the Hornets up 6-5 at the break. Aidan Sacco provided an assist to O’Connell and then scored himself to put Mansfield up 8-5 in the third. Sacco and Joe Cox scored in the fourth quarter. Scituate scored its ninth goal with two seconds to play to drqw within one. Mansfield goalie Sean Powers made 19 saves in net.
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