Monday's Schedule & Scoreboard – 10/05/15

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Soccer
Attleboro, 1 @ Canton, 2 – FinalSan Papakonstantino scored both goals for the Bulldogs in the win.
Mansfield, 0 @ Oliver Ames, 1 – FinalOA senior Chris Romero flicked in Matt Campbell, who netted his first goal of the year for the Tigers in a battle of division leaders.
Sharon, 0 vs. Shepherd Hill Regional, 1 – Final

Taunton, 1 vs. New Bedford, 2 – FinalAustin Botelho scored the lone goal for Taunton on an assist by Derek Pereira. 
Girls Soccer
Canton, 1 @ Attleboro, 2 – FinalChloe Vieira scored the first goal for the Bombardiers off an assist by Breanna Eddy. Paige Medeiros scored the winner with a 20-yard free kick that went in off the post. Madison Brown made 10 saves to get the win.
King Philip, 1 @ Hopedale, 2 – Hopedale scored four minutes into the game, but 11 minutes later Rachel Hogan equalized for KP off and assist by Lauren Hehn. The hosts scored the winner with 90 seconds left. Emma Durant played well in net for the Warriors, according to head coach Gary Pichel.
Oliver Ames, 0 @ Mansfield, 0 – FinalRegan Benton and Bethany Dunk split time in goal for the Tigers and Emily Gaumond picked up the clean sheet for the Hornets. 
Sharon, 2 vs. Shepherd Hill Regional 2 – FinalAlly Steinberg scored a pair of goals in the final six minutes of the game to earn a draw for the Eagles. The first goal was a header off a cross by Alex Miller and the second on a low cross to the edge of the 6-yard box by Victoria Zambello with only a few minutes left in the game.
Taunton, 4 @ New Bedford, 0 – FinalAlana Vincent, Mariah O’Gara, Olivia Sweeney, and Mariah Dwyer scored the goals for the Tigers. O’Gara also added an assist as did Amanda Pugh. Kayla Wenworth made three saves for the shutout.
Attleboro, 0 @ Canton, 3 – Final The Bulldogs won 25-7, 25-10, 25-11. Elizabeth Hamilton led Canton with 14 kills, Olivia Devoe had 14 digs, and Cassie Loftus and Nicole Poole combined for 31 assists.
North Attleboro, 3 @ Foxboro, 0 – Final
Franklin, 3 @ Milford, 2 – Final – Franklin was able to pick up a 25-18, 23-25, 22-25, 25-17, 15-10 win on the road. Franklin’s Beth Neal had 14 kills, 14 assists and five blocks, Aubrie Kutil added 11 kills, Dayna McCue had 29 digs and eight aces and Sam Campbell added 16 digs, three kills and an ace for the Panthers.

King Philip, 3 @ Stoughton, 0 – Final – King Philip picked a 25-13, 25-20, 25-23 sweep on the road. Micaela Murray had seven service points in the first game and finished with 10 digs, Carly Adams had nine service points in game two and Josie Rowean had 13 total kills and eight service points, including three aces, in game three.
Mansfield, 3 @ Oliver Ames, 0 – FinalMansfield won 25-21, 26-24, 25-18. Catherine Heavey had 30 assists and 12 service points for the Hornets. Sarah Mullahy added seven kills and Jess Haradon had five kills, nine service points, and nine digs.
Field Hockey
Attleboro, 1 @ Canton, 4 – Final

North Attleboro, 2 @ Foxboro 3 – FinalMolly Manning, Lily Daly, and Meredith Cronin scored the goals for Foxboro. 
Franklin, 3 @ Milford, 0 – Final – Annie Walsh led Panthers with a goal and an assist. Cassi Ronan and Diana Griffin added the other two goals. Samantha Jones and Kate D’Entremont made one save each for the shutout.
King Philip, 1 @ Stoughton, 1 – Final – Olivia Schlehuber scored the goal for the Black Knights, while Caitlin Donahue had the goal for the Warriors. Abby Campbell made 12 saves for KP and Kara Ploss made seven for Stoughton.

Mansfield, 2 @ Oliver Ames, 1 – FinalNicole Walker tied the game for the Tigers a minute after Mansfield took the lead. Cassie Gavin made 11 saves for OA in the loss.

Taunton @ Sharon, 4:00
Taunton, 159 @ North Attleboro, 144 – Final – North Attleboro was led by Dylan Kane with a 34. Tyler Sinacola shot a 35 for the Rocketeers, while Robbie Congdon had a 37 and Bryan Harris had a 38. Taunton was led by Justin Proto’s 36. The Tigers also got a 40 from Mike Volkmann, a 41 from Jason Stern and a 42 from Ryan Oberg.
Sharon, 165 @ Milford, 162 – FinalRyan Tomaso shot a three under par 32 to lead the the Hawks. Sharon was led by Max Avratin and Ryan Crooks, who each shot 39s.

Monday's Schedule & Scoreboard – 09/28/15

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Soccer
Franklin, 4 vs. Xaverian, 0 – Final Hatim Brahimi scored the opener for the Panthers and also added the final goal. Brahimi’s first goal was set up by David Stowell, who also scored a first half goal for Franklin off an assist from Austin Kent. Kent then found the back of the net in the second off off an assist from junior Cam LeBlanc. Henri Guilmette had the shutout in net for the Panthers. 
Sharon, 0 @ Foxboro, 2 – Final
Girls Soccer
Franklin, 5 vs. Dartmouth, 0 – Final – Emily Spath scored a pair of goals for the Panthers and Victoria Stowell had three assists in the non-league victory.
Stoughton, 0 @ North Attleboro, 4 – Final – Six different players registered a point for the Rocketeers, who jumped out to a 3-0 lead at halftime and never looked back. Hana Caster opened the scoring off an assists from Felicity Monfils. Shannon Kingsley then doubled the lead off an assist from Grace Guertin and Haley Guertin made it three off Caster’s pass. Grace Guertin scored a fourth goal in the second half off an assist from Lauren Dowd. Freshman Emma Noreck made her varsity debut and combined with Kiersten Bixby for the shutout in net. 
Attleboro, 0 @ King Philip, 3 – Final – King Philip picked up a 25-12, 25-7, 25-12 sweep at home over Attleboro. Carly Adams had 12 service points in game alone to give the Warriors an early jump and Gwen Uyrus had 10 service points in game three, totaling seven aces for the match, to help the Warriors close. Head coach Kristen Geuss said Angela Vellante had strong defensive game.

Canton, 3 @ Milford, 0 – Final – Canton swept the Scarlet Hawks 25-13, 25-13, 25-15. Elizabeth Hamilton led the Bulldogs with 13 kills and also had a strong game on defense. Head coach Pat Cawley said Olivia Devoe sparked the defense and “made many great plays.” Cawley also said Erika Lum and Kehla Minkin played well on defense and Rye Verille and Emma Murphy both blocked well. 

Stoughton, 3 @ Foxboro, 1 – Final – Stoughton notched a 25-22, 25-20, 29-31, 25-23 win over division rival Foxboro. Stoughton junior Christina Gelin had 12 assists, 10 digs and eight service points and sophomore Valerie Whalen added 13 kills, five blocks, nine service points and four aces.
Franklin, 3 @ Taunton, 2 – Final – The Panthers won 25-17, 25-21, 21-25, 15-25, 15-5. Aubrie Kutil led Franklin with 12 kills and Hannah Chace had seven. Elizabeth Neal led the team with 18 assists and Dayna McCue had 37 digs. Emily Moor led the Tigers with 16 kills and Tatum Speicher had 32 assists, two kills and seven digs. Libero Molly Sullivan had 13 digs and Alyssa Gibson added six kills for Taunton.

Mansfield, 3 @ North Attleboro, 0 – Final – The Hornets picked up a sweep but all three games were close, with Mansfield winning 25-22, 25-22, 29-27. Cathryn Heavey led the way with 39 assists while Meg Hill had 11 kills and Jess Haradon had 11 digs. 
Field Hockey
Foxboro, 4 @ Bellingham, 0 – Final

Canton, 0 @ Norwood, 2 – Final
Mansfield, 5 vs. Westwood, 3 – Final – Caroline Maher netted a pair of goals to lead the Hornets to a non-league win. Emily Ierardo, Caitlin Whitman and Olivia Horn each scored once for Mansfield. 
Milford, 1 @ Oliver Ames, 2 – Final – Hannah Friend and Carly Cidado each scored in the first half to put the Tigers ahead while senior goalie Cassie Gavin made eight saves to prevent a Scarlet Hawks comeback. Elena DelloRusso scored 10 minutes into the second half for Milford.
Taunton, 1 vs. New Bedford, 4 – Final
Mansfield, 171 @ Foxboro, 191 – Final – Mansfield senior David Craig carded a 40. Foxboro’s Tim Luciano shot a 43.

Oliver Ames, 154 @ Sharon, 168 – Final – The Tigers became the first team to punch their ticket to the state tournament with the win. Brian Lambert carded a match low 36 while Ryan McGarry and Mark Bissonette each shot 39 and Eric LeBlanc shot a 40.

Franklin, 164 @ Attleboro, 169 – Final

Field Hockey Players to Watch in 2015

Oliver Ames is returning a lot of talent from last year's Davenport Division team. (Josh Perry/
Oliver Ames is returning a lot of talent from last year’s team that won the Davenport Division. (Josh Perry/

By Staff
Players are listed in alphabetical order.
Hannah Friend, Senior – Oliver Ames
The 2014 Player of they Year is back for her senior season and Friend will be looking to extend a remarkable career for the Tigers. OA’s best attacker, Friend can be the provider and the finisher and she also helps out in midfield for the reigning Davenport champs. Teams will be keying on her, but Friend has the skills to push OA back to the sectional final.
Cassie Gavin, Senior – Oliver Ames
Gavin was the First Team goalie last season and she will be back to try and get OA to another league title and possibly a run at the sectional title as well. The Tigers lost several key pieces so Gavin’s leadership will be important in the defense as will quickness and ability to read the game and snuff out a break. With Gavin in goal and Friend up front, OA will have high expectations again this Fall.
Emily Houle, Senior – Attleboro
The Bombardiers will be looking to get back to the playoffs after missing out in 2014 and having 10-goal scorer Emily Houle back is a good start. With the Kelley-Rex being as talented as it is, Houle will be a key player to help Attleboro compete. It’s always a positive for a program when they can return a goal scorer like Houle is.
Sam Jones, Senior – Franklin
Franklin will once again be considered a favorite for the Kelley-Rex crown and goalie Sam Jones is one of the reasons why. After graduating some of the top scorers from last season, the Panthers will be counting on Jones, a Second Teamer from 2014, to backstop a tight defense. Jones, who had 10 shutouts last season, has the size and agility to be once again one of the top goalies in the Hock.
Brigid Loftus, Senior – Sharon
It was a tough 2014 for the Eagles but goalie Brigid Loftus was a big bright spot. It seemed like almost every game Loftus was coming up with double digit save numbers for Sharon. With a good amount of skilled players ready to go in 2015, having Loftus in goal will be a great starting point for the Eagles.
Caroline Maher, Senior – Mansfield
A year removed from scoring 14 goals as a junior, Caroline Maher is a key returning player for the defender Kelley-Rex champions. Whether it be in field hockey or lacrosse, Maher has a nose for scoring goals, which will be key for a Hornets team that graduated a good amount of talent. However, with Maher and a handful of other skilled players back, Mansfield will be right in the thick of the things for the Kelley-Rex title.
Mcayla Moody, Senior – North Attleboro
The Rocketeers had a tremendous 2014 season but lost of a lot of talent when the Class of 2015 graduated. However, Mcayla Moody is a key piece back this season for head coach Karen Folan. Moody, who was n the Third Team for field hcokey last year, will play a big role in the Rocketeers’ journey to get back to the postseason.
Lindsey Nolte, Senior – Canton
Canton’s Lindsey Nolte is another Hockomock League All Star from 2014 that is back for this season. Nolte will just be one of a handful of key pieces that the Bulldogs have back this season and because of that, Canton will be a serious contender for the Davenport title. Nolte, a forward, will add an experienced scoring threat right off the bat, which is key.
Taylor Reutlinger, Senior – Franklin
The Panthers will rely on the leadership of Reutlinger, who will be captain for the second straight year and will be in the stating lineup for the third straight year. Reutlinger controls the midfield and is a key player on corners, both on offense and defense. His distribution and vision will be key for the Panthers this season.
Jessica Palmer, Senior – Milford
There aren’t a lot of 2014 Hockomock League All Stars returning for this season btu Milford’s Jessica Palmer is one of them. Palmer is a speedy forward that will be a vital part of the Scarlet Hawks’ offense this year. The Scarlet Hawks had eight losses last year that were by three goals or less so having a forward back like Palmer will be key if the Scarlet Hawks want to compete for a Davenport title.
Jordan Wade, Senior – Taunton
The Tigers showed last year that the program is heading in the right direction and Jordan Wade has been a big reason for turning things around. Wade, a captain this year, is a three sport athlete that really shines in all three of them. A member of the Third Team and a Hockomock League All Star a year ago, Wade will be one of the top players this season.