Tuesday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 04/09/24

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Tuesday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 04/02/24

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Thursday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 12/07/23

Today’s games are listed below.

Boys Indoor Track (@ the TRACK at New Balance)
Canton, 45 @ Oliver Ames, 55 – FinalOliver Ames earned eight points from four events to open the season with a close win over Canton. The Tigers took the top two spots in the high jump (Nolan Querzoli, Patrick Dunlap), the 55M dash (Daniel Nowakowski, Lu Etienne), the 2 Mile (Brody Lake, Oscar Feodoroff), and the 1 Mile (Landon Sarney, Feodoroff). Dunlap added a win in the 55M hurdles, Lake took first in the 1000M, and Querzoli added a second win in the 300M. Mo Arugollu earned eight points for Canton by winning the long jump and taking second in the 600M, which was won by teammate Parker Allen. Mark McDonough added a win in the shot put (37-00.00) and Dan Krasylnykov took second in the 300M and third in the 55M dash. Sam Vail added a second place finish in the 55M hurdles.

Mansfield, 86 @ Foxboro, 14 – Final The Hornets took two of the top three spots in all 10 events and won both relays to open the season with an impressive performance and a win over Foxboro. Mansfield swept the shot put (Ben Fahy, Ramari Fernandez, Samuel Rieth), the 55M hurdles (Santino Marrese, Alex Radchouk, KJ Mahoney), the 55M dash (Myles Brown, Chamberlain Guthrie Jr., Sirius Li), and the 1 Mile (Talon Johnson, Joseph Federline Jr., Luke DuBeau). Guthrie Jr. also won the long jump (21-01.50) while Mansfield picked up other wins from Aldric Scott (high jump, 5-06.00), Colby Quersher (1000M, 2:51.91), Marco Geminiani (600M, 1:28.41) and Enaam Bhuiyan (300M, 38.83). Foxboro’s Timmy Chase won the 2 Mile in 11:07.44 while Cooper Lawson took second in both the high jump and the 600M.

Sharon, 75 @ Stoughton, 25 – FinalElijah Wisdom started the season with a bang, winning three events to lead the Eagles past Stoughton. Wisdom took first in the long jump (20-11.75), the 55M dash (6.80), and the 300M (37.14). The Eagles swept four events: the 2 Mile (Matteo Lozano, Isaac Tsymberov, Riley Newbold), the 55M hurdles (Tobiah Stessman, Cole Feifer, Hillel Preil), the 55M dash (Wisdom, David Bondar, Preil), and the 1 Mile (Alexander Blumen, Tsymberov, Alex Pinnix). Kathrik Pisupati (2:43.97) won the 1000M and Zach Connors (1:36.82) crossed first in the 300M. Stoughton’s Joshua Udeh won the high jump and Ethan Jiminez took first in the shot put.

Attleboro, 82 @ Taunton, 18 – FinalAttleboro swept the top three spots in five events in a season-opening win over Taunton. The Bombardiers swept the long jump (Adrian Rivera, Matteo Bulato, Aidan Pantages), the 2 Mile (Owen Lacaillade, Camden Martin, David Fleury), the 55M hurdles (Max Crawford, Pantages, Josh Codella), the 600M (Austin Bowie, Jonathan Tracey, Jacob Blazek), and the 1 Mile (Lacaillade, Martin, Julian Veloz). Billy Badger added a win in the 1000M while Crawford secured a second win in the high jump. Alexander Susol (shot put) and Dmitrius Shearrion (55M dash, 300M) had wins for the Tigers.

Franklin, 65 @ North Attleboro, 35 – FinalTaking nine points from both the shot put and the 55M hurdles, and eight more from the long jump, Franklin took care of business in a win over North Attleboro. Jacob Bowser won the shot put with Cole Sidwell and Julian Rampino completing the sweep, and Quinten Hardt took first in the 55M hurdles followed by Jaret Schmidt and Peter Gubka. Aidan Thorne added a win in the long jump with Gubka taking second for eight more points. Hardt had another win in the high jump, Brad Morin won the 600M, and Andrew Scotland crossed first in the 1 Mile (5:02.25). Abraham Guir was a double-winner for the Rocketeers, taking first in the 55M dash (6.72) and the 300M (37.08) while Connor Peterson clocked in at 2:46.99 to win the 1000M.

King Philip, 30 @ Milford, 70 – FinalMilford’s Alolye Okhipo was a double-winner and the Hawks swept three other events to take down King Philip in the season opener. Okhipo won both the high jump and the 55M hurdles and Milford took the top three placements in the 55M dash (Yael Lopez De Victoria, Jarret Brown, Taylor Feliciano), the 300M (Ben Parson, Shawn Pierce, John Arruda), and the 1 Mile (Brendan Morin, Damian Chaplin, Andrew DiGiando). Andrew Fletcher (2 Mile) and Joseph Pezza (1000M) also had wins for the Scarlet Hawks. Sean Woods scored 11 points for the Warriors with a win in the long jump and second place finishes in the high jump and the 55M hurdles, while Nick Gallagher (shot put) and Luca Giardini (600M) also had wins for KP.

Girls Indoor Track (@ the TRACK at New Balance)
Canton, 47 @ Oliver Ames, 53 – FinalIn the closest matchup of the night, Oliver Ames won both relays to score a close win over Canton. The Bulldogs led 47-43 going into the final two relays but OA took booth, including the clinching 4×400 relay by six seconds. OA’s 4×400 team of Deanna Flaherty, Kensie Graham, Bridget Hughes, and Braelyn Graham clinched the win after the 4×200 team of Grace Okocha, Lavender Kozaka, Julia Hansen, and Brie Antebi took a two-second win at 1:53. Okocha and Kozaka went 1-2 in the 55M dash to earn key points early, and Kozaka also earned key points by taking second in the long jump. Flaherty and Shelby Hodges took the top two spots in the 600M, Kensie Graham and Brynn Cushing were first and third, respectively, in the 1000M, Braelyn Graham took first in the 1 Mile (5:44.81), and Iole Apostoli and Madeline Stewart were the top two runners in the 2 Mile. Canton’s Kati Oliver and Chloe Dubuisson were both double winners with Oliver winning the long jump (16-08.00) and the 55M hurdles (9.89) while Dubuisson took first in the high jump (4-04.00), the shot put (27-04.00) and added three points with a second-place run in the 300M, which was won by Lianna Camille. Sally Hoban added key points in her first varsity meet, taking second in the high jump.

Mansfield, 58 @ Foxboro, 38 – FinalBuoyed by a sweep in the long jump and seven total first place finishes, Mansfield opened the season with a win over Foxboro. Chloe Guthrie had a strong showing with a pair of individual wins and was apart of the winning 4×200 relay team along with Abigail Scott, Olivia Barry, and Elyssa Buchanan, who won the 55M hurdles (9.37). Guthrie won the long jump (15-00.50) and the 55M dash (7.41). Ashley Kirley and Elsie Roberts completed the Hornet sweep of the long jump. Caitlin Garrahy (33-04.00 shot put), Norah Puleo (3:27.64 1000M), and Anna Moore (5:52.66 1 Mile) also won for Mansfield. Chloe Davies won the high jump (4-10) for Foxboro, Paige Boligan took first in the 2 Mile (14:54.84), and Caroline Bass won the 600M (1:46.36) and teamed up with Adrianna Alberts, Ella Campbell, and Maddy Luck to won the 4×400 (4:26.04).

Sharon, 26 @ Stoughton, 68 – FinalSix different Black Knights secured a win to help Stoughton open the season in style with a win over Sharon. Kirsten Alexson (55M hurdles, 10.00), Julie Richardson (600M, 1:50.71), Lindsey Mitchell (1000M, 3:27.06), Grace Weisenberger (shot put, 24-03.00), Belleya Franck (high jump, 4-10.00), and Sivannah Marcy (long jump, 16-01.25) each earned five points apiece for winning their respective events. Stoughton also won both the 4×400 (Briana Lozano, Mitchell, Neala Garrels, Lauradin) and the 4×200 (Richardson, Marcy, Franck, Senai Whigham). Sharon’s Nina Kyei-Aboagye won both the 300M (43.29) and the 55M dash (7.65) while Amaya Zibrak took first in the 2 Mile (15:15.33).

Attleboro, 55 @ Taunton, 45 – FinalA win in one of the relays helped Attleboro secure a win over Taunton in a tight meet. The Bombardiers took points from all but one individual event, including six wins to earn 30 points. All six wins came from a different Bombardier with S’Staaar Parham winning the high jump (4-06.00), Keren Aldana taking first in the shot put (30-06.25), Emilia Smith crossing first in the 1 Mile (11:58.87), Zenda Gjoni winning the 55M hurdles (10.15), Isla Thompson taking first in the 1000M (3:34.49), and Jordan Riley winning the 300M (47.21). Attleboro iced the win with a win in the 4×400 relay (Allie McNamara, Josilyn Lacaillade, Alexis Cincotta, and Natalie Adema). Taunton swept the 55M dash: Grace Inacio won in 7.79 followed by Neveah Young and Ava Uhl, Bella Coughlin won the long jump (14-06.50), Sydney Martin took first in the 600M (1:51.02), and Sarah Mendonca crossed first in the 1 Mile (6:07.86). Taunton’s 4×200 relay of Renee Leao, Larissa Cardoso, Inacio, and Young won in 1:55.60.

Franklin, 81.5 @ North Attleboro, 17.5 – FinalFranklin took first place in all but one event, sweeping three of them in a win over North Attleboro. The Panthers took the top three spots in the shot put (Lily Deforge, Elizabeth Hopkins, Darby Nicholson), the 55M hurdles (Sarah Dumas, Ella Chandaria, Cailyn Bruno), and the 600M (Sophia Cuneo, Allison Powderly, Callie Joyce). Dumas also won both the high jump and the long jump, Chandaria took first in the 55M dash (7.73) and the 300M (43.72), and Madison Bruno crossed first in the 1000M (3:17.66). Molly Galgoczy won the 2 Mile race for the Rocketeers in 12:19.50.

King Philip, 87 @ Milford, 13 – FinalKing Philip scored over five points in each event and swept both relays on its way to a win over Milford. Alex D’Amadio earned 15 points on her own with three first place finishes, winning the long jump (16-10.75), the 55M dash (7.56), and the 300M (43.92). The Warriors also got wins from Rory Bresson (high jump, 4-04.00), Katherine O’Neil (shot put, 32-03.00), Cheyanne Kelley (2 Mile, 14:03.99), Sarah Glaser (55m hurdles, 9.72), Ella McManus (1000M, 3:36.02), Donelle Balunos (600M, 2:02.34), and Addison Burns (1 Mile, 6:05.60).