The 2016 Hockomock Girls Swimming All Stars & HMs

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

Hockomock League MVP

Leah Zogby, Franklin

Hockomock League All Stars

Elizabeth Saltz, Attleboro
Tiffany Ha, Canton
Emma Bridges, Foxboro
Ashley Loomis, Franklin
Leah Zogby, Franklin
Colleen Proulx, Franklin
Jennifer Ayotte, Franklin
Helen Huang, Franklin
Molly Brown, Franklin
Fahra Whichard, King Philip
Callie Sullivan, King Philip
Sam Nasson, King Philip
Cara Angelo, King Philip
Claudia Beasley, Mansfield
Jennifer Prior, Mansfield
Alexa Lancisi, Milford
Jackie Dirschel, North Attleboro
Erini Rigas, North Attleboro
Mia Esterman, Oliver Ames
Aprille Gangi, Oliver Ames
Makayla Paquin, Oliver Ames
Emily Zhou, Sharon
Audrey DeSzendeffy, Sharon
Ilka Zaniewski, Sharon
Tara Zhou, Sharon
Jennie King, Taunton
Lorna Li, Taunton

Honorable Mentions

Maddie Nourse, Canton
Lexi Nelson, Foxboro
Megan Lazarek, Franklin
Holland Nievergelt, King Philip
Emily Weiner, Mansfield
Amber Stearns, Milford
Adi Tobias, North Attleboro
Delaney Benton, Oliver Ames
Katie Eckler, Stoughton
Aimee Kistner, Taunton

Franklin Swim Wins First Hock Championship Title

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The Franklin girls’ swim team claimed the program’s first Hockomock Championship title to cap off an unbeaten league season. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)

Josh Perry

MILFORD, Mass. – After back-to-back seasons of finishing in second place to its league rivals, the Franklin girls’ swimming program brought home its first Hockomock Championship title with a dominating performance on Saturday at the Milford High pool.

The Panthers finished with an overall team total of 383, more than 100 points better than defending champion King Philip’s total of 264. The top five was rounded out by Taunton (230), Sharon (186) and North Attleboro (186).

The championship meet was the culmination of a season of first for the Panthers, who also finished undefeated in the dual meet season and won the Kelley-Rex title for the first time in the seven-year history of the program.

“This is a big deal,” said Franklin swim coach Jess Pridham. “For the last two years we’ve been runners up and I can’t take credit for their talent. I’m just the chessmaster. I put together the best meet possible and their talent has brought us this far.”

It was not that long ago that the Panthers finished a season winless, but a strong crop of swimmers entered the relatively new program and helped raise it to the championship level. Those swimmers are now seniors and capped their final year with Franklin swim with the title.

“There were seven that started together and seven that are finishing together,” explained Pridham, “and to be the Hockomock champions, finally that culmination of their senior year and being able to hang onto it…We talk about our favorite swim memories and I think this will quickly become a fave for them.”

Senior Leah Zogby, who recently signed her National Letter of Intent to swim at Holy Cross, added, “The whole senior group took charge in leading us to the title… I think we’ve really taught the rest of the underclassmen what it means to race and be a team and I can graduate knowing that we’ve left a good feeling behind.”

The Panthers jumped out to a quick start and took control of the meet. After four events, Franklin was ahead by nearly 40 points on second place Taunton. That jumped to a 195-109 lead after the fifth event and the meet turned into a race for second place.

Ashley Loomis was a standout for the Panthers on Saturday. She claimed the 200-yard freestyle title in a time of 1:58.58, which was 13 seconds better than Jennie King of Taunton in second. Loomis added a similarly dominant performance in the 500-yard freestyle, winning with a time of 5:15.49, which was nearly 20 seconds better than Sam Nason of King Philip.

Loomis also was part of the 200- and 400-yard freestyle relay teams that each took first for Franklin.

“We were confident, but we didn’t let that stop us from racing hard and I think that showed in how much we succeeded,” said Zogby about the team embracing the favorite tag that came from winning the dual meet season.

Zogby, who won the 200-yard IM and took third in the 100-yard butterfly, added, “We have a big team, great coaching throughout the year, and you just see kids get better in the pool everyday and that’s rewarding too.”

Depth was a key to the Panthers success in winning the meet title. Franklin had one of the larger teams in the meet and, as Pridham explained, it was not just Zogby or Loomis bringing in first place points, but the ability to score points up and down the roster that helped the Panthers win so decisively.

She said, “We have depth and, yes, we have girls that finish first in the Hockomock and we have girls that finish second and third, but we have a lot of what I like to call clean-up swimmers who come in sixth and seventh and 10th and accumulate points for us.”

When asked what it meant to be the top team in the league, Pridham replied, “In a dual meet we’ve got one other team to compete against but bringing the whole Hock together and being able to compete at everybody’s level…it’s awesome.”

In addition to Franklin swimmers, several others had notable performances in the pool on Saturday. Emma Bridges of Foxboro won both the 100-yard butterfly and 100-yard breaststroke. Tiffany Ha of Canton won the 100-yard freestyle, narrowly beating out Callie Sullivan of King Philip, and finished second in the 100-yard backstroke.

Tara Zhou of Sharon won the 50-yard freestyle, the 100-yard backstroke, was part of the Eagles’ winning 200-yard medley relay team that took first and the 400-yard freestyle team that claimed second place.

Overall Results
Franklin – 383
King Philip – 264
Taunton – 230
Sharon – 186
North Attleboro – 183
Oliver Ames – 149
Foxboro – 136
Mansfield – 132
Canton – 126
Milford – 121
Attleboro – 105
Stoughton – 85

200-Yard Medley Relay
1. Sharon (Emily Zhou, Audrey Deszendeffy, Ilka Zaniewski, Tara Zhou) – 1:59.67
2. King Philip (Callie Sullivan, Fahra Whichard, Holland Niervergelt, Sam DeWitt) – 2:01.89
3. Franklin (Leah Benoit, Colleene Proulx, Leah Zogby, Helen Huang) – 2:05. 42
4. Taunton (Katherine Werra, Jennie King, Loena Li, Aimee Kistner) – 2:05. 53
5. Mansfield (Claudia Beasley, Danielle Shackley, Emily Weiner, Jen Prior) – 2:08.18
200-Yard Freestyle Freestyle
1. Ashley Loomis (Franklin) – 1:58.58
2. Jennie King (Taunton) – 2:11.23
3. Sam DeWitt (King Philip) – 2:12.97
4. Molly Brown (Franklin) – 2:14.07
5. Kaitlin Gallagher (Taunton) – 2:14.33
200-Yard Individual Medley
1. Leah Zogby (Franklin) – 2:20.66
2. Fahra Whichard (King Philip) – 2:25.23
3. Colleene Proulx (Franklin) – 2:27.82
4. Megan Lazarek (Franklin) – 2:28.63
5. Emily Zhou (Sharon) – 2:29.72
50-Yard Freestyle
1. Tara Zhou (Sharon) – 25.92
2. Jen Prior (Mansfield) – 26.44
3. Jennifer Ayotte (Franklin) – 26.94
4. Helen Huang (Franklin) – 27.31
5. Jackie Dirschel (North Attleboro) – 27.56
100-Yard Butterfly
1. Emma Bridges (Foxboro) – 1:03.82
2. Sam Nason (King Philip) – 1:04.17
3. Leah Zogby (Franklin) – 1:04.68
4. Katie Eckler (Stoughton) – 1:06.84
5. Holland Nievergelt (King Philip) – 1:06.96
100-Yard Freestyle
1. Tiffany Ha (Canton) – 57.42
2. Callie Sullivan (King Philip) – 57.90
3. Elizabeth Saltz (Attleboro) – 58.21
4. Jen Prior (Mansfield) – 58.91
5. Jackie Dirschel (North Attleboro) – 59.39
500-Yard Freestyle
1. Ashley Loomis (Franklin) – 5:15.49
2. Sam Nason (King Philip) – 5:34.83
3. Makayla Paquin (Oliver Ames) – 5:41.04
4. Mia Esterman (Oliver Ames) – 5:45.61
5. Jennie King (Taunton) – 5:46.49
200-Yard Freestyle Relay
1. Franklin (Colleene Proulx, Jennifer Ayotte, Helen Huang, Ashley Loomis) – 1:48.59
2. King Philip (Fahra Whichard, Jamie Buckley, Sam Nason, Callie Sullivan) – 1:51.34
3. Taunton (Erin Schrama, Kaitlin Gallagher, Katherine Werra, Aimee Kistner) – 1:52.25
4. Canton (Dasol Lee, Maddie Nourse, Kaitlin McCarthy, Tiffany Ha) – 1:52.51
5. Oliver Ames (Mia Esterman, Delaney Benton, Emily Freeman, Aprille Gangi) – 1:52.64
100-Yard Backstroke
1. Tara Zhou (Sharon) – 1:00.62
2. Tiffany Ha (Canton) – 1:02.51
3. Callie Sullivan (King Philip) – 1:03.73
4. Alexa Lancisi (Milford) – 1:05.62
5. Holland Nievergelt (King Philip) – 1:05.99
100-Yard Breaststroke
1. Emma Bridges (Foxboro) – 1:10.74
2. Fahra Whichard (King Philip) – 1:13.06
3. Megan Lazarek (Franklin) – 1:16.76
4. Colleene Proulx (Franklin) – 1:16.83
5. Loena Li (Taunton) – 1:17.89
400-Yard Freestyle Relay
1. Franklin (Molly Brown, Jennifer Ayotte, Leah Zogby, Ashley Loomis) – 3:54.59
2. Sharon (Tara Zhou, Emily Zhou, Audrey Deszendeffy, Ilka Zaniewski) – 3:58.45
3. King Philip (Holland Nievergelt, Jamie Buckley, Sam DeWitt, Sam Nason) – 4:03.70
4. Taunton (Erin Schrama, Kaitlin Gallagher, Loena Li, Jennie King) – 4:04.53
5. Oliver Ames (Mia Esterman, Delaney Benton, Makayla Paquin, Aprille Gangi) – 4:05.29

Josh Perry can be contacted at JoshPerry@hockomocksports.com and followed on Twitter at @Josh_Perry10.

The 2015 Hockomock Girls Soccer All Stars & HMs

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

Hockomock League MVP

Francesca Calabraro, Oliver Ames

Hockomock League All Stars

Paige Medeiro, Attleboro
Sarah MacQuarrie, Canton
Riley Duserick, Canton
Victoria Stowell, Franklin
Dani Lonati, Franklin
Meghan Dieterle, Franklin
Alexis Stowell, Franklin
Carolynn Will, Foxboro
Lily Sykes, Foxboro
Rachel Hogan, King Philip
Hannah Reiter, Mansfield
Jaclyn Carchedi, Mansfield
Patricia Murphy, Mansfield
Jennifer Kemp, Mansfield
Kristen Franzini, Milford
Haley Guertin, North Attleboro
Rachel LaBonte, North Attleboro
Hana Caster, North Attleboro
Francesca Calabraro, Oliver Ames
Jacqueline Mills, Oliver Ames
Delaney Benton, Oliver Ames
Zoe Chazan, Oliver Ames
Ally Steinberg, Sharon
Samantha Tullis, Stoughton
Alana Vincent, Taunton
Abby Small, Taunton

Honorable Mentions

Rebekah Entwistle, Attleboro
Tessa Cudmore, Canton
Lauren Rudolph, Franklin
Riley Collins, Foxboro
Brooke Thomas, King Philip
Anna Chairolonza, Mansfield
Katie Brown, Milford
Grace Guertin, North Attleboro
Emily Freeman, Oliver Ames
Ally Filipkowski, Sharon
Marissa Williams, Stoughton
Emily Serpa, Taunton

The 2015 Hockomock Girls Soccer All Stars & HMs

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

Hockomock League MVP

Francesca Calabraro, Oliver Ames

Hockomock League All Stars

Paige Medeiro, Attleboro
Sarah MacQuarrie, Canton
Riley Duserick, Canton
Victoria Stowell, Franklin
Dani Lonati, Franklin
Meghan Dieterle, Franklin
Alexis Stowell, Franklin
Carolynn Will, Foxboro
Lily Sykes, Foxboro
Rachel Hogan, King Philip
Hannah Reiter, Mansfield
Jaclyn Carchedi, Mansfield
Patricia Murphy, Mansfield
Jennifer Kemp, Mansfield
Kristen Franzini, Milford
Haley Guertin, North Attleboro
Rachel LaBonte, North Attleboro
Hana Caster, North Attleboro
Francesca Calabraro, Oliver Ames
Jacqueline Mills, Oliver Ames
Delaney Benton, Oliver Ames
Zoe Chazan, Oliver Ames
Ally Steinberg, Sharon
Samantha Tullis, Stoughton
Alana Vincent, Taunton
Abby Small, Taunton

Honorable Mentions

Rebekah Entwistle, Attleboro
Tessa Cudmore, Canton
Lauren Rudolph, Franklin
Riley Collins, Foxboro
Brooke Thomas, King Philip
Anna Chairolonza, Mansfield
Katie Brown, Milford
Grace Guertin, North Attleboro
Emily Freeman, Oliver Ames
Ally Filipkowski, Sharon
Marissa Williams, Stoughton
Emily Serpa, Taunton

Caster Hat Trick Blasts Rocketeers Past Oliver Ames

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Hana Caster (24) was a blur for North Attleboro on Thursday as she scored three times to lift the Rocketeers to a win at OA. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)

By Josh Perry, Managing Editor

NORTH EASTON, Mass. – North Attleboro shocked Oliver Ames during the regular season, beating the Tigers for the second year in a row and for the first time in 13 years at Kelly Field. On Thursday night, the two teams met again at Muscato Stadium with far more than bragging rights on the line.

OA had the lead twice, but both times North bounced back and senior forward Hana Caster scored her third goal of the game with just seven minutes remaining to lift to the Rocketeers to a 3-2 victory in the opening round of the Div. 1 South tournament.

When asked how long it has been since North last won three in a row against the Tigers, North coach Glenn Pasquel shook his head and said, “I don’t think it’s ever happened.”

Trying to explain why the sudden success against the Davenport champions, Caster added, “We really play good against teams that are equal to us or even better. When it comes to a team where we know what they’re doing because we do the same things we get up for it.”

The Rocketeers were certainly enthusiastic at the start, but it was the Tigers that jumped into the lead. Following an early chance for Francesca Calabraro that sailed over the bar, OA took advantage of a poor clearance on a corner and Jess Robarge knocked it in from six yards out.

The lead lasted 13 minutes before Caster showed off her wheels to get on the end of a through ball by sophomore Haley Guertin down the middle of the field. Caster raced past the defenders and managed to get there just ahead of OA keeper Regan Benton, took a touch past her, and rolled it into the empty net.

“We told her that we’re not going to put the ball down the lane; we’re just going to pop them up over the top and you chase after them,” said Pasquel.

North Attleboro set out to limit the effectiveness of Calabraro with double teams, but OA still had chances in the first half with Jackie Mills heading straight at North keeper Kiersten Bixby and then twice Lauren Wright went close but could not find the back of the net.

The Tigers pressure paid off in the 35th minute when Calabraro was brought down in the box. Delaney Benton stepped up to put away the penalty and restore the lead. The Rocketeers almost equalized right after the restart but Caster was denied on a breakaway by Regan Benton.

Caster tied the game for a second time nine minutes after the break. Again she sped past her markers on a quick counterattack. Her first shot was saved by new keeper Bethany Dunk but she settled the rebound and fired it into the back of the net.

“You’re up 1-0, you’re up 2-1 and you have to be a little firmer in limiting their chances,” said OA coach Britt Sellmayer. “You know Hana Caster is there and we can’t leave her open and we can’t give her chances and, to be honest, [North] played with more composure.”

The game was mostly a stalemate in the second half, thanks in large part to the play of the North Attleboro defense, which limited OA’s normally potent offense. The Rocketeers central defenders, Rachel LaBonte and Emily Chiasson closed down the middle of the field.

Pasquel said, “Our defense keeps everything together. When times were getting tough, we pulled back a little bit and they stayed together.”

Sellmayer agreed, “I thought their back four was outstanding. We tried to force the ball down the middle and then as the game got closer and tighter our decision-making got worse and worse.”

The Tigers nearly restored the lead in the 67th minute when Kiana Lozzi got free in the six-yard box, but Bixby got down quickly and blocked the chance.

That was a crucial stop, as six minutes later the Rocketeers took the lead. A scramble in front of the OA goal was not cleared properly and Caster managed to escape a crowd, find the ball, and score her third of the night to send the Rocketeers into hysterics.

“That always happens when there is such a big jumble and you see the ball in front of the net and I just got my foot on it,” she explained.

“That was so exciting. There’s nothing better than breaking a tie in a tournament game.”

With three minutes left, OA had one last chance when Delaney Benton got free down the left flank but her cross just missed Calabraro racing in at the back post and went out for a goal kick.

“We have a really, really positive team,” said Caster. “Not even one second of the game were we questioning that we would win.”

Pasquel added, “That’s one thing about this team; they’ll stay together to the end.”

The Rocketeers may get a second straight Hockomock League rival as they await the winner of Franklin and Walpole, which will be played on Friday afternoon.

Josh Perry can be contacted at JoshPerry@hockomocksports.com and followed on Twitter at @Josh_Perry10.

Thursday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 11/05/15

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Soccer
D1 South
#12 King Philip, 1 @ #5 Mansfield, 2 – Final – Senior Jake Staples scored with just over 10 minutes left off a Max Gurnon free kick to lift the Hornets. Kevin Bouck scored in the first half for Mansfield to make it 1-0 while Mike Rowe leveled the game shortly into the second half. Mansfield advances to the D1 South Quarterfinals and will travel to #4 Needham on Sunday, 11/8 with a time yet to be announced. 

#7 Franklin, 5 vs. #10 Marshfield, 0 – Final – Austin Kent hooked up with Nick Parent twice in the first half, as Parent finished off a pair of corner kicks to give the Panthers a 2-0 lead at the break, Kevin Hall made it 3-0 off an assist from goalie Henri Guilmette, Kent made it 4-0 off an assist from Cam LeBlanc and Farley Asmath made it 5-0 off an assist from Brian Czuba. Franklin advances to the D1 South Quarterfinals and will travel to #2 Brockton on Saturday, 11/7 at 6:00. 
Girls Soccer
D1 South
#11 North Attleboro, 3 @ #6 Oliver Ames, 2 – Final – Hana Caster scored a hat trick for the Rocketeers to lead North to a come from behind victory in the Div. 1 South opening round game. OA took the lead twice on a Jess Robarge goal from a corner and a Delaney Benton penalty, but both times Caster scored to equalize. She scored the winner with seven minutes remaining. North will face the winner of Franklin and Walpole.
D2 South
#14 Foxboro, 0 @ #3 Canton, 2 – Final – Tessa Cudmore scored less than a minute in and Hannah Link added a second midway through the second half to lift Canton. The Bulldogs advance to the D2 South Quarterfinals and will host #6 Medfield (11-4-4) on Saturday, 11/7 at 4:00. 
Field Hockey
D2 South
#12 Foxboro, 0 @ #5 Monomoy, 1 – Final
Volleyball
D1 Central West
#6 Franklin, 3 vs. #11 Wachusett, 2 – Final – Franklin rallied from a 2-1 deficit, winning a marathon fourth set and then pulling out a win in the fifth set to get the 18-25, 25-21, 13-25, 30-28, 15-13 win. Head coach Kate Horsmann said Erin Skidmore had clutch serving down the stretch in the vital fourth set, finishing with a pair of aces and eight blocks. Dayna McCue had 46 serve receives, 25 digs and six aces and Beth Neal had 13 assists, six kills and six aces. Franklin advances to the D1 Central West Quarterfinals and will travel to #3 Natick (14-2) on Saturday. The game is scheduled for 3:00. 
D1 South
#7 Taunton, 3 vs. #10 Plymouth South, 0 – Final – Taunton advances to the D1 South Quarterfinals and will travel to #2 Mansfield (14-5) on Monday, 11/9. The game is currently scheduled for 7:00. 

#9 North Attleboro, 3 @ #8 Bridgewater-Raynham, 1 – Final – After dropping the first set, North rallied for three straight. The Rocketeers advance to the D1 South Quarterfinals and will travel to #1 Barnstable (18-1) on a date and time to be announced. 
D2 South
#11 Stoughton, 0 @ #6 Cardinal Spellman, 3 – Final – Stoughton bowed out of the postseason with a 23-25, 19-25, 10-25 loss. Bridgette Whalen had 20 digs, 15 service receptions, five kills, eight service points and two blocks, Bianca DeSousa had 12 digs and 16 assists and Valerie Whalen finished with eight digs, six kills and six service points.

Thursday's Schedule & Scoreboard – 11/05/15

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Soccer
D1 South
#12 King Philip, 1 @ #5 Mansfield, 2 – Final – Senior Jake Staples scored with just over 10 minutes left off a Max Gurnon free kick to lift the Hornets. Kevin Bouck scored in the first half for Mansfield to make it 1-0 while Mike Rowe leveled the game shortly into the second half. Mansfield advances to the D1 South Quarterfinals and will travel to #4 Needham on Sunday, 11/8 with a time yet to be announced. 

#7 Franklin, 5 vs. #10 Marshfield, 0 – Final – Austin Kent hooked up with Nick Parent twice in the first half, as Parent finished off a pair of corner kicks to give the Panthers a 2-0 lead at the break, Kevin Hall made it 3-0 off an assist from goalie Henri Guilmette, Kent made it 4-0 off an assist from Cam LeBlanc and Farley Asmath made it 5-0 off an assist from Brian Czuba. Franklin advances to the D1 South Quarterfinals and will travel to #2 Brockton on Saturday, 11/7 at 6:00. 
Girls Soccer
D1 South
#11 North Attleboro, 3 @ #6 Oliver Ames, 2 – Final – Hana Caster scored a hat trick for the Rocketeers to lead North to a come from behind victory in the Div. 1 South opening round game. OA took the lead twice on a Jess Robarge goal from a corner and a Delaney Benton penalty, but both times Caster scored to equalize. She scored the winner with seven minutes remaining. North will face the winner of Franklin and Walpole.
D2 South
#14 Foxboro, 0 @ #3 Canton, 2 – Final – Tessa Cudmore scored less than a minute in and Hannah Link added a second midway through the second half to lift Canton. The Bulldogs advance to the D2 South Quarterfinals and will host #6 Medfield (11-4-4) on Saturday, 11/7 at 4:00. 
Field Hockey
D2 South
#12 Foxboro, 0 @ #5 Monomoy, 1 – Final
Volleyball
D1 Central West
#6 Franklin, 3 vs. #11 Wachusett, 2 – Final – Franklin rallied from a 2-1 deficit, winning a marathon fourth set and then pulling out a win in the fifth set to get the 18-25, 25-21, 13-25, 30-28, 15-13 win. Head coach Kate Horsmann said Erin Skidmore had clutch serving down the stretch in the vital fourth set, finishing with a pair of aces and eight blocks. Dayna McCue had 46 serve receives, 25 digs and six aces and Beth Neal had 13 assists, six kills and six aces. Franklin advances to the D1 Central West Quarterfinals and will travel to #3 Natick (14-2) on Saturday. The game is scheduled for 3:00. 
D1 South
#7 Taunton, 3 vs. #10 Plymouth South, 0 – Final – Taunton advances to the D1 South Quarterfinals and will travel to #2 Mansfield (14-5) on Monday, 11/9. The game is currently scheduled for 7:00. 

#9 North Attleboro, 3 @ #8 Bridgewater-Raynham, 1 – Final – After dropping the first set, North rallied for three straight. The Rocketeers advance to the D1 South Quarterfinals and will travel to #1 Barnstable (18-1) on a date and time to be announced. 
D2 South
#11 Stoughton, 0 @ #6 Cardinal Spellman, 3 – Final – Stoughton bowed out of the postseason with a 23-25, 19-25, 10-25 loss. Bridgette Whalen had 20 digs, 15 service receptions, five kills, eight service points and two blocks, Bianca DeSousa had 12 digs and 16 assists and Valerie Whalen finished with eight digs, six kills and six service points.

Tuesday's Schedule & Scoreboard – 10/27/15

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Soccer
Attleboro, 1 @ Mansfield, 3 – Final – Attleboro scored first 13 minutes into the game but a penalty kick from Jared Miller three minutes before the break leveled the game. Senior Chris Elsner scored his first career goal, heading home a corner from Brad Eames and Miller added the insurance goal four minutes off an assist from Jareme DiLorenzo. Michael Kirejczyk made eight saves in net as the Hornets clinched at least a share of the Kelley-Rex division title.

Stoughton, 1 @ Canton, 0 – Final – Stoughton freshman Fabio Ponce De Leon scored his eighth goal of the season off of what head coach Aaron Salter called a great pass from Winston Kessah. Salter said Goddy Frombe was fantastic at the back and Kyle Silverman was solid for the whole game.

Foxboro, 4 @ Sharon, 2 – Final – Joe Morrison, Devante Teixeira and Anthony Barreira each scored a goal inside the first eight minutes as the Warriors jumped out to an early lead. Jake Goloboy brought the Eagles back within two in the 14th minute and scored again in the 51st minute to make it a one goal game. But Teixeira netted his second in the 62nd minute for the insurance goal.

Franklin, 1 @ North Attleboro, 0 – Final – Franklin’s Nick Parent scored in the second half off an assist from Aaron Frongillo for the lone goal of the game.

King Philip, 9 @ Taunton, 1 – Final – Sophomore Tyler Mann scored a first half hat trick and one assist for the Warriors, who jumped out to a 7-0 lead at the break. Joe Kellett had three assists and one goal, Will Weir and Larsen Keys each had a goal and an assists, Nick Cannella had a pair of assists and Thomas Lugten netted a pair of goals. Mike Rowe also had a goal for KP. Austin Botelho scored off an assist from Derek Pereira for Taunton.

Oliver Ames, 3 @ Milford, 0 – Final – Oliver Ames clinched at least a share of the Davenport division title with the win. Thomas McCormick had a pair of assists, setting up Keegan Nutt and Jack Sheldon, and scored once himself. Chris Romero picked up an assist on McCormick’s goal.
Girls Soccer
Mansfield, 4 @ Attleboro, 1 – Final – Emma Goulet scored twice and Jackie Carchedi had a pair of assists to lead the Hornets. Melissa Reef and Rebecca Bornstein also scored for Mansfield. Paige Medeiros scored the lone goal for Attleboro.

Canton, 5 @ Stoughton, 0 – Final

Sharon @ Foxboro, 3:30
North Attleboro, 1 @ Franklin, 1 – Final – Alexis Stowell scored the goal for the Panthers off an assist from Emily Mastaj. Hana Caster scored from a Shannon Kingsley corner 12 minutes into the game. It was the first goal that Franklin has allowed this season. 

Taunton, 4 @ King Philip, 2 – Final

Milford, 0 @ Oliver Ames, 3 – Final –  Jacqueline Mills scored a brace and Francesca Calabraro added a third for OA. Delaney Benton, Erin Fitzgerald, and Sam Bamford had the assists for the Tigers and Regan Benton and Bethany Dunk shared the shutout. Milford coach Jay Mastaj noted that Gabby O’Neil and Brianna Braza played well for the Hawks.
Volleyball
Taunton, 3 vs. Coyle & Cassidy, 0 – Final

Friday's Schedule & Scoreboard – 10/23/15

Today’s games are listed below.
Football
Attleboro, 35 @ Franklin, 0 – Final
First Quarter: (A) Brendan Nunes 12 yard rush, Elijah Lewis XP; (A) B. Nunes 9 yard rush, E. Lewis XP.
Second Quarter: (A) B. Nunes 38 yard rush, E. Lewis XP.
Third Quarter: (A) B. Nunes 11 yard rush, E. Lewis XP; (A) Cam Furtado 8 yard rush, E. Lewis XP.
Fourth Quarter: No scoring.

Foxboro, 42 @ Oliver Ames, 6 – Final

King Philip, 47 @ Taunton, 22 – Final
1st Quarter: (KP) Sean Garrity 10 yard rush, XP missed; (KP) John DeLuca 9 yard pass to Cory Lombardo, J. DeLuca 2pt rush.
2nd Quarter: (KP) J. DeLuca 24 yard pass to Mike Mello, XP missed; (KP) J. DeLuca 3 yard rush. Zach Boari XP; (KP) Gio Fernandez 5 yard rush, Z. Boari XP; (T) Collin Hunter 6 yard pass to Tanner Costa, 2pt failed.
3rd Quarter: (KP) Brendan Lydon 18 yard pass to M. Mello, XP missed; (T) C. Hunter 47 yard pass to T. Costa, Jason DeRosa 2pt rush.
4th Quarter: (KP) B. Lydon 1 yard rush, Z. Boari XP; (T) C. Hunter 1 yard rush, Lazare Joseph 2pt rush.
North Attleboro, 14 @ Mansfield, 13 – Final
1st Quarter: (NA) Chad Peterson 4 yard pass to Bobby Mylod, Connor Flynn XP.
2nd Quarter: (M) Diogo DeSousa 23 yard field goal.
3rd Quarter: (M) Anthony DeGirolamo 12 yard pass to Hunter Ferreira, D. DeSousa XP; (NA) Nick Morrison 39 yard rush, C. Flynn XP.
4th Quarter: (M) D. DeSousa 27 yard field goal.
Boys Soccer
Canton, 1 @ Milford, 3 – Final – Canton went up first but Milford scored three second half goals to get the win. Marcello Panno, Zach Browne and Matt Fornaciari scored for the Scarlet Hawks while Justin Borges had a pair of assists.

Foxboro, 3 @ Stoughton, 1 – Final – Noah Schulze gave Stoughton the lead with a goal six minutes into the game. The lead stood until the second half when Devante Teixeira, Anthony Barreira, and Joe Morrison all scored for the Warriors.

Taunton, 1 @ Franklin, 3 – Final – David Stowell put Franklin ahead in the first half off an assist from Wes Kozil. Brian Czuba got his first goal before the break off an assist from Cam LeBlanc. Taunton pulled within one in the second half off a free kick from Austin Botelho but Czuba added an insurance goal off an assist from Hatim Brahimi. 

North Attleboro, 0 @ Mansfield, 2 – Final – Mansfield’s defense set the school record with its 10th shutout this season. Michael Kirejczyk made six saves for his ninth shutout of the season, which ties a school record. Cullin Anastasia and Jack Reilly scored for the Hornets while Reilly and Brenden Sullivan each had an assist. 
Girls Soccer
Canton, 4 @ Milford, 0 – Final – Riley Duserick, Hannah Link, Sarah MacQuarrie and Hayley Mulford each found the back of the net for Canton. Tessa Cudmore had a pair of assists in the win and Shannon Foley had one assist.

Stoughton, 1 @ Foxboro, 4 – Final – Shaina Abbott scored a pair of goals and Katherine Luciano and Riley Collins each scored once for the Warriors. Emerson Sprague scored for the Black Knights. 

Mansfield, 3 @ North Attleboro, 4 – Final – Hana Caster scored off a corner kick from Grace Guertin with just four minutes left to life the Rocketeers. North held a 3-0 lead at the break as Guertin factored into all four goals for Big Red. Guertin was fouled in the area in the 12th minute and Shannon Kingsley buried the penalty kick. Guertin then set up Leah Jette in the 21st minute and then linked up with Kingsley in the 31st minute to build a 3-0 lead at half. Hannah Reiter scored a pair of goals in the second half for Mansfield and Katie Bongarzone scored once to tie the game at three.

Oliver Ames, 4 @ Sharon, 0 – Final – Kiana Lozzi scored a pair of goals, Delaney Benton and Francesca Calabraro each netted one goal and Jackie Mills had two assists for Oliver Ames.
Volleyball
King Philip, 3 vs. Walpole, 2 – Final – King Philip dropped the first two sets but rallied back to get the win at home, 20-25, 12-25, 25-12, 25-21, 15-12. Seniors Josie Rowean and Gwen Uyrus shined on senior night with 21 and 12 kills respectively while senior Molly Citarell and Micaela Murray anchored the defense for the Warriors. 
Stoughton, 3 @ Sharon, 0 – Final – The Black Knights and Eagles played in their annual Dig for a Cure match and raised over $3,200 for cancer research according to SMAC’s Jeffrey Pickette. Stoughton picked up a 25-16, 25-19, 25-15 sweep on the road. Bridgette Whalen led the Black Knights with nine blocks, six kills, 15 digs and four aces, Bianca DeSousa had 11 digs, nine service points, five kills and four aces and Ava Siegel added 13 service points, five kills and two aces.
Field Hockey
Taunton, 2 @ Franklin, 3 – Final – Caroline Lounsbury scored the game winning goal with 44 seconds left off assists from Taylor Reutlinger and Kenzi Pleshaw to lift the Panthers. Taunton held a 1-0 lead at halftime but Diana Griffin knotted the game just three minutes into the second half off assists from Cassi Ronan and Reutlinger. Annie Walsh put Franklin ahead at 2-1. Abbey Kingman scored both of Taunton’s goals. 

Stoughton, 3 vs. Brockton, 1 – Final – Courtney Campbell, Mia Russell and Ashley Chipman scored for Stoughton, who qualified for the state tournament with the win.