2016 Hockomock Girls Outdoor Track All Stars & HMs

Below are the official Hockomock League Girls Outdoor Track All Stars.

Hockomock League MVP

Chi Chi Akanegbu, Oliver Ames

Hockomock League All Stars

Quincy Harding, Attleboro
Catherine Song, Canton
Hannah Link, Canton
Lexi Quinn, Foxboro
Meredith Cronin, Foxboro
Shraeya Srinivasan, Foxboro
Brittany Robinson, Franklin
Jess Kroushl, Franklin
Katherine Hartnett, Franklin
Nicole Clermont, Franklin
Sabrina Roche, Franklin
Erica Layne, King Philip
Hannah McNeil, King Philip
Amanda Mangano, Mansfield
Angela Corkery, Mansfield
Caitlin Whitman, Mansfield
Emily Gerraughty, Mansfield
Julia Harrison, Mansfield
Katie Rowe, Mansfield
Kelly Crawford, Mansfield
Lauren Waters, Mansfield
Rachael Stier, Mansfield
Aleye Momodu, Milford
Annie Roberts, North Attleboro
Emily Peters, North Attleboro
Nicole Boulanger, North Attleboro
Rachel LaBonte, North Attleboro
Chi Chi Akanegbu, Oliver Ames
Gabby Eldridge, Oliver Ames
Angela Wallace, Sharon
Shira Stoller, Sharon
Sara Volmar, Stoughton
Jillian Purtell, Taunton
Mariah O’Gara, Taunton

Honorable Mentions

Victoria Pike, Attleboro
Selena Cho, Canton
Berlendah Dure, Foxboro
Beth Neal, Franklin
Abigail McKeown, King Philip
Alicyn McHugh, Mansfield
Carina Thompson, Milford
Celine Ibrahim, North Attleboro
Rachael Flynn, Oliver Ames
Ari Tolay, Sharon
Rianna Rodrigues, Stoughton
Samantha Tichelaar, Taunton

The 2016 Hockomock Girls Basketball All Stars & HMs

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

Hockomock League MVP

Emily Houle, Attleboro

Hockomock League All Stars

Sarah Deyo, Attleboro
Emily Houle, Attleboro
Emma Murphy, Canton
Cassidy Harrison, Foxboro
Ashley Sampson, Foxboro
Aubrie Kutil, Franklin
Lauren Rudolph, Franklin
Meg Hill, Mansfield
Jen Peel, Mansfield
Caroline Maher, Mansfield
Kate Irwin, Milford
Ashley Ahern, North Attleboro
Francesca Calabraro, Oliver Ames
Kayla Raymond, Oliver Ames
Alyssa Piazza, Sharon
Alecia Quinones, Stoughton

Honorable Mentions

Sam Pierce, Attleboro
Hannah Jerrier, Canton
Lily Sykes, Foxboro
Olivia Adiletto, Franklin
Maddie Purdue, King Philip
Jackie Carchedi, Mansfield
Nicole Dahlgren, Milford
Emily Peters, North Attleboro
Samantha Bamford, Oliver Ames
Jordan Motley, Stoughton
Charlotte Ransom, Sharon
Jordan Wade, Taunton

Raymond Finishes Classic Between North and OA

Oliver Ames girls basketball
OA sophomore Kayla Raymond (35) scores the game-winning basket in the final seconds to beat North Attleboro in the Div. 2 South first round. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)

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NORTH EASTON, Mass. – When Kayla Raymond arrived at the gym on Thursday night ahead of Oliver Ames’ Div. 2 South first round match-up against Hockomock rival North Attleboro, something was wrong. Instead of her lucky white socks, Raymond was wearing a set of orange ones.

After sitting almost the entire first half in foul trouble, the white socks arrived at halftime and although the magic did not take right away, as Raymond picked up a fourth foul in the third quarter, it kicked in down the final stretch.

She scored all six of her points in the final two minutes of the game and down by one with 18 seconds remaining, OA coach Laney Clement-Holbrook drew up a play to get the sophomore forward the ball. Raymond got the ball out at the three-point lane and drove to her left into the lane and, despite near perfect defense from Caroline Collard, managed to finish in traffic.

The layup capped a back-and-forth, instant classic  that felt more like a final than a first round game. The Tigers exacted revenge for losses in last year’s playoff opener and in the regular season by beating North Attleboro 47-46.

“She was a nervous wreck because she didn’t have both of the white socks,” joked Clement-Holbrook after the game. “The white socks were really helpful on that last shot.”

She added, “The game plan was to take their posts away from the basket and try to rip and go and we did not do a good job of that in the first half. Thank god we did it in that last moment.”

The game started with OA jumping out to an early 9-3 lead off a layup by senior Kaitlyn McCarthy (game-high 13 points), but North came right back with the final seven points of the first, four from senior Emily Peters and another two on an offensive rebound by Emily Schromm.

Peters finished with nine points and five rebounds, but North coach Derek Herber credited the captain for providing the intangibles for the Rocketeers. He said, “She’s the rock. I don’t want her to graduate, I really don’t…She does all the rebounding and she’s also the kid that gets everyone going where they’re supposed to go.”

North continued the momentum in the second, taking advantage of Raymond being forced to the bench with a second foul. Sam Taggart (10 points) hit a step-back three and then after Caroline Collard (eight points, seven rebounds) laid it in from a Peters assist, North led 18-12.

OA got a spark off the bench from Niyera Mitchell. The junior forward scored seven of her 11 points and pulled in six of her 12 rebounds in the second to get the Tigers back into it and after Francesca Calabraro (seven points) took a feed from Abby Reardon for a jumper, OA led 25-22.

“She is a rebounding machine,” said Clement-Holbrook of Mitchell, “and she takes shots on the right side of the basket and amazingly, somehow, gets her own rebound on the left side of the basket and you can’t teach that. That’s just instinct and athleticism.”

North hit three free throws to tie the game heading into halftime and then came out of the locker room and threatened to pull away in the third quarter. The Rocketeers scored the opening 10 points of the half.

Ashley Ahern (six points) scored on a drive to the hoop, Collard scored in the paint, Schromm (eight points) buried a three and then Peters knocked down a shot to make it 35-25. Meanwhile, OA went more than six minutes before getting on the board.

Again it was Mitchell that gave the Tigers a lift with a putback and then a pair of free throws before McCarthy stepped up and got the crowd going with a three off a Mitchell kick out. Taggart hit a jumper just before the buzzer to put North ahead by five heading to the fourth, but momentum was swinging back to the hosts.

“We just told everyone to settle down and play our game and at our level,” said McCarthy about the timeout that helped turn things around in the third. “They can’t stay with us if we run it, but we needed good passes, we needed to fix a few things.”

With Raymond and point guard Sam Bamford on the bench each with four fouls, Reardon stepped up with four big points in the fourth and McCarthy knocked down her third three of the game to give OA a 41-39 lead, its first of the half.

“Kaitlyn is like my unsung hero” said Clement-Holbrook, “and she just does whatever we ask of her and she has a heart that’s as big as America.”

McCarthy passed along the credit to her teammates, particularly Mitchell and Reardon, for stepping up to the challenge. She said, “For Abby and Niyera to come out with so much energy…everyone just wanted this and everyone who came off the bench contributed so much to this game. I’m so proud of everyone.”

Taggart hit a jumper in transition to tie the game at 41-41, but then Raymond started to get going with a layup. Freshman Julia Feid and Collard each hit free throws for North to tie the game, as the intensity in the gym ratcheted up a few levels.

Both teams made defensive stands that only increased the tension in the gym and then Raymond knocked down a jumper from the left side with a little more than 20 seconds left. Rather than take a timeout or slow the ball down, Schromm quickly got the ball up-court to Taggart who did not hesitate before knocking down a three to give North the 46-45 lead.

“Ice water,” said Herber about Taggart. “We talked about it all week, drag the ball to one side and over here if you have a shot, take it, and she hit it.”

North called a timeout to set up a defensive plan to try and stop Raymond. On the other bench, OA was drawing up a play to give the sophomore the chance to win it.

“She just said rip it and go and that’s what I did,” said Raymond. When asked about having to sit almost the entire first half, she explained, “Just don’t think about it and don’t let it bother you.”

Clement-Holbrook joked afterwards, “It’s one of the first times that they’ve run something that we’ve set up in a timeout, so I thought well that’s growth.”

Raymond went right at her defender, North sent help, and still she was able to get the ball to the rim and finish with contact. As the crowd went nuts, North tried to get the ball back in play quickly but the outlet was overthrown and went out with 1.8 on the clock.

“We knew she was going to get it and we hoped that we could defend her and she made a great move,” said Herber. “I want to win but I’m okay with a Hockomock team going forward. We played hard, we played tough…and they made one more shot than we did unfortunately.”

Clement-Holbrook said, “I just want these kids to experience how much fun this is because this is why you play in the summer, this is why you practice in the driveway, is for this very opportunity.”

As the gym was slowly clearing out and still basking in the win, Clement-Holbrook spotted Thursday’s hero making her way to the exit. She gave Raymond a friendly reminder – make sure the white socks are packed and ready to go for the next round.

OA will host Notre Dame Academy on Saturday at 5:30 p.m.

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

Monday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 02/15/16

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Basketball
Attleboro, 45 @ Dartmouth, 58 – Final Berlyns Abraham led the Bombardiers with 12 points and five boards while Lucas Boucicaut added 11 points and Jake Dunkley chipped in with 10 points and five rebounds.
Foxboro, 53 vs. Marlborough, 54 – Final – Marlboro converted two free throws with 12.9 seconds to play to take the lead and the win. Senior Alex DuBrow finished with a team-high 18 points while classmate Jason Procaccini added 15 points for the Warriors. 
Franklin, 74 vs. Brighton, 83 – Final – Tim Prunier scored a team-high 22 points and was named to the Comcast/Arbella All Tournament team. Paul Mahon added 15 points, Connor Goldstein scored 13 points and Kevin Gill finished with 11 points.
Mansfield, 69 vs. Weymouth, 42 – Final – Mansfield was led by senior Kyle Swansburg, who scored 14 points. Tyler Boulter added 12 points and Matt Ehrlich had eight for the Hornets, who broke the game open with a 13-2 run to close out the third quarter. The Hornets, who had 13 players score on Monday, will face Cohasset in the Round Ball Classic final on Thursday.
Milford, 54 vs. Lexington, 40 – Final – A strong second half helped Milford turn a one point lead at halftime into a double-digit win. Dwight Anderson notched a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds while sophomore Kayden Kelley scored 10 points and hauled in 16 rebounds for a double-double as well. Zach Tamagni chipped in with 13 points. Milford advances to the finals of the 1st Annual Scarlet Hawks Classic to play Tantasqua at 7:00 on Tuesday.
North Attleboro, 62 @ Bishop Feehan, 60 – Final – With just over two minutes to play, Ridge Olsen drained a three as the shot clock expired to give the Rocketeers a 58-57 lead. With a minute to play, Mario Bresko got to the rim to go up 60-57. North Attleboro hit a pair of three throws down the stretch to close the game and hand Feehan its first loss of the season. Olsen finished with 17 points and Bresko had 15 points while junior Brent Doherty scored a team-high 19 points. 
Oliver Ames, 60 vs. Cardinal Spellman, 64 – Final – Junior Dylan Mahoney netted a team-high 15 points while classmate Carter Evin added 14 points and Nick Welch finished with 13 points.
Sharon, 62 vs. Belmont, 63 – Final
Taunton, 80 vs. New Bedford, 69 – Final
Girls Basketball
Canton, 53 vs. Norton, 37 – Final – Emma Murphy led the Bulldogs with a team-high 14 points, Meg Hunter added 11 points and Hannah Jerrier chipped in with 10 points.
Foxboro, 69 vs. Ursuline Academy, 36 – Final – Ashley Sampson led the way with 12 points and Shannon Smally chipped in with nine points for the Warriors. Foxboro will play Hanover on Tuesday night at 6:30 in the tournament finals.
Mansfield, 51 vs. Walpole, 39 – Final – The Hornets finished the game on a 10-0 run to pull out the win. Caroline Maher led Mansfield with 11 points, including six in the fourth. Juliana Newell added 10 for the Hornets while Jen Peel had six points and six assists. Mansfield will play Dartmouth in the final on Thursday.
North Attleboro, 40 vs. Bishop Feehan, 50 – Final – The Rocketeers led Feehan 20-18 at the half. Emily Peters was the top scorer for North with 10 points and Samantha Taggart added nine.
Sharon @ Fontbonne, 4:00
Taunton, 38 @ New Bedford, 28 – Final – Senior Alyssa Gibson led Taunton with 14 points, sophomore Hanna Moniz chipped in with eight points and senior Jordan Wade added six points for the Tigers.
Foxboro, 3 vs. Norton, 1 – Final

King Philip, 1 vs. Bishop Feehan, 3 – Final

Mansfield, 3 vs. Lincoln-Sudbury, 3 – Final – Mansfield lost in a shootout for the tournament’s purpose but the game finishes as a tie in the MIAA standings. 
Milford, 0 vs. Hopkinton, 8 – Final

Oliver Ames, 0 vs. North Reading, 7 – Final
Girls Hockey
Canton, 2 @ Franklin, 0 – Final
King Philip, 6 @ Quincy/North Quincy, 1 – Final

Mansfield Sweeps Rocketeers to Stay On Top of League

Mansfield girls basketball
Mansfield sophomore center Meg Hill (31) scored a game-high 12 points and pulled in nine rebounds as the Hornets swept the season series with North. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)

Josh Perry

MANSFIELD, Mass. – It should have had a playoff atmosphere. Mansfield came in needing a win to stay tied with Attleboro atop the Kelley-Rex division and North Attleboro still needs a win to qualify for the state tournament and avoid a season sweep by its rival.

Maybe it was the snow outside, maybe it was because it was the first day back from a four-day weekend, but even though the game had a lot of meaning there was a distinct lack of energy in the Albertini Gym on Tuesday night.

The Rocketeers struggled to find consistent offense but cut the Mansfield lead to nine points in the third quarter, but the Hornets broke the game wide open with a 17-2 run and cruised to a 45-30 victory to remain tied for the league lead with two games remaining.

“It’s always like this when we play – points aren’t easy to come by – but the way the first half went, I thought we were pretty good on offense, but probably should’ve had 30,” said Mansfield coach Mike Redding. “The second half we got into a funk again, just not finishing well, but played good defense.”

North Attleboro started the game in a funk. The Rocketeers were missing junior forward Caroline Collard, who is second on the team in scoring, and after an Emily Peters (six points, nine rebounds) layup tied the game at 2-2, the visitors went nearly the remainder of the quarter stuck on two points.

Jackie Carchedi (nine rebounds) scored four of her seven points in the first, including layup following a Jen Peel steal and outlet pass and a jumper that made it 10-2. Liz Morehouse stepped into Collard’s spot and scored on an offensive rebound and a free throw to make it 10-5 after one quarter.

“I thought Kiersten [Bixby] and Liz did a great job in [Caroline’s] stead and gave us quality minutes and doing some damage on the offensive end and giving us some energy,” said North coach Derek Herber.

The spark at the end of the first was quickly erased by the Hornets who started the second on an 11-0 run. Freshman Madyson Bendanillo scored on a pair of drives down the left side of the lane, sophomore Meg Hill added four of her game-high 12 points, and Caroline Maher knocked down a three to break the game open.

“We missed a couple shots and we started thinking about those things instead of just playing basketball,” said Herber. “Unfortunately we need to be tougher mentally and need to keep playing through that.”

North did recover near the end of the quarter and cut the lead, which bloomed to 17 at one point, down to 12 by halftime. Peters scored four points in the second and Emily Schromm knocked down a shot as well.

Despite having a solid lead at the break, Redding felt his team left points on the board, particularly in the paint where Hill had a distinct size advantage over the North forwards.

He said, “We were begging at halftime, get Meg some touches inside. We just didn’t get her enough touches. We feel like she could’ve dominated more.”

Mansfield came out for the second half cold and North continued to creep back into the game. Schromm scored to cut the lead to 10 and then Morehouse (team-high eight points) scored on a layup after a nifty block-to-block bounce pass by Peters that cut the lead to 26-17.

Just when North thought that it was back in the game, Carchedi knocked down a long jumper off a skip pass from Maher and the Hornets found their groove again. Mansfield would go on a 17-2 run into the fourth quarter that essentially put the game away.

“If we could’ve gotten a stop then maybe it’s a different ballgame and maybe we get a little energy into ourselves,” said Herber.

“It’s never easy when you have a couple days off because of the weather or when you’re not in your normal routine. We needed to make our own energy and we didn’t do a good job.”

Following Carchedi’s jumper, Hill scored on a short jumper off an inbounds, Jen Kemp hit a pair of free throws, Olivia Broyles scored on a rebound and all of a sudden it was a 35-19 lead heading to the fourth.

Hill scored on another inbounds layup from Peel (six assists) and then Caroline and Ann Maher each knocked down threes to build the lead to as high as 24 (43-19) and knock out the Rocketeers.

“It was one of those games that you never felt like you’re going to lose but we couldn’t shake them either,” said Redding. “Defensively, we played good man in the second half and never let them get to the point where they can make a run.”

North finally got an offensive spark in the fourth after Mansfield had made some changes to its lineup. Turnovers led to easy baskets in transition and Ashley Ahern scored all seven of her points in the fourth and freshman Julia Feid buried a jumper to cut the lead back down to 15.

Offense continues to be a struggle at times for the Hornets and Redding admitted that the team still needs to find its “rhythm” heading into the playoffs, but Mansfield is still in the running for just the program’s second Hockomock League title (the only title was in 2011), so he will take the win however it plays out.

He said, “Now we’re down to two in the league and they’re both at home. I don’t care if we score 38 or 68, right now wins are wins.”

Mansfield (15-3, 13-1) will get another test of its title credentials on Friday when rival Franklin pays a visit. North Attleboro (9-7, 8-6) will try to book its place in the tournament when it travels to King Philip.

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

North Gets Past Offensive Struggles to Beat Stoughton

Caroline Collard
North Attleboro struggled offensively at times, but found enough points, led By Caroline Collard’s nine, to beat Stoughton. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)

Josh Perry

NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. – Offense was in short supply in the Kenneth Pickering Gym on Tuesday night, as for long stretches North Attleboro and Stoughton looked like there was a lid over both baskets.

In the end, the home team had just enough spurts of scoring coupled with a strong defensive effort to hold off the Black Knights and pull out a 45-26 victory that puts the Rocketeers within one win from clinching a spot in the state tournament.

The game was essentially decided in the first half. North Attleboro ran out to a 13-1 lead after the first quarter with five players getting on the board, including Ashley Ahern who scored five of her seven points on the night.

It did not get much better in the second. With 4:22 remaining in the half, Stoughton had the lone point of the quarter on a free throw by Ava Seigel, who also scored the Black Knights’ lone point of the first. With 3:07 left in the half, Stoughton got its first field goal on a jumper by Sarah Quattrucci to cut the lead to 10.

“I think we were a little hurried, a little anxious,” said Stoughton coach Charmaine Steele Jordan. “We only scored four points in the first half, so everyone is anxious to score and you’re doing things faster than you normally would.”

North put together a 9-0 run to close out the first half with all nine points coming in the final three minutes of the second. Caroline Collard (team-high nine points) knocked down three straight free throws and then the lid lifted for a couple of minutes to allow Emily Haskell and Julia Feid to knock down threes for their only points of the game.

“Right now, we play great defense, rebound, and just can’t score a basket,” said North coach Derek Herber. “I think we get a little frustrated because we’re not scoring.”

He continued, “The kids work really hard, just right now we got through those stretches where we have to hang our hat on defense and try to hang in…but we do need to get a little better on offense, more efficient.”

Stoughton came out of halftime and scored as many points in the opening 1:55 of the third quarter as it did in the entire first half.

“They fight,” said Steele Jordan. “We talked about that at halftime. It’s a clean slate; we’re not going to get it all back at once, but lets start in the third quarter and chip away. They just ran out of gas.”

Senior Alecia Quinones, who came in as the league’s leading scorer, suddenly found her groove driving to the basket and scored all of her game-high 11 points in the quarter and got the Black Knight as close as 12 twice.

Steele Jordan added, “We brought it to within 12 but we got shaky at our point guard position and when we’d turn it over they’d score or I felt like they got a million second chance opportunities. And the ball didn’t go in the basket and you need that too.”

Herber said, “Quinones is a matchup nightmare. You try to put a guard on her and she goes in the post and you put a post player out there and you’ve got some issues.”

North answered again. Emily Schromm picked up a steal and took it the length of the floor for a layup and Liz Morehouse came off the bench to score in the paint. Collard hit two free throws and then Samantha Taggart scored four quick points to end the quarter and send the Rocketeers to the fourth up by 16 (35-19).

The Rocketeers were like a boxer who knows when the end of the round is coming and always seemed to put together the spurt they needed to extend the lead.

Herber explained, “We can feed off of that defense and we can put in those runs. When we do find it then we can score some points, but it’s when we do find it.”

After Jordan Motley opened the fourth with a basket, Collard scored plus the foul and Schromm (six points) added a pair of layups to extend the lead out to 21.

Stoughton could not keep up with the Rocketeers offensively, but did hold its own on the boards. In a game with plenty of rebounds to be had, Val Whalen pulled down a game-high 16 and Motley added 10. North was led by senior Emily Peters who snagged 13 rebounds, while Collard had 11, Kiersten Bixby had nine and Haskell grabbed eight.

“They’re the team that’s most like us in the post,” said Herber. about the battle on the glass. “They’ve got three or four bodies that can go in there and they bang and there’s no one afraid of going in there.”

Stoughton will try to find its shooting touch before the visit of Canton on Friday. The Black Knights still need two wins to qualify for the postseason and Steele Jordan is confident the team will be able to put Tuesday night’s struggles behind it.

“They work hard, they fight, and I couldn’t be happier with where we are right now in the season.,” she said. “They all want it and I know they’ll be ready to go back to the drawing board tomorrow.”

Stoughton (7-6, 7-5) will be at Canton on Friday, while North Attleboro (9-5, 8-4) will be at Attleboro.

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

Tuesday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 02/02/16

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Basketball
Milford, 33 @ Mansfield, 57 – Final

North Attleboro, 70 @ Stoughton, 78 – Final – Cam Andrews scored 18 of his game-high 23 points in the second half to pace the Black Knights. Ryan Sullivan tied a career-high with 16 points, Brandon Teixeira had a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds and Elson Lopes added 11 points and five assists. North Attleboro’s Jonny Friberg had a career-high 23 points and added 13 points while Brent Doherty had 20 points. 
Girls Basketball
Milford, 29 @ Mansfield, 56 – FinalCaroline Maher led the Hornets with 14 points, while Olivia Broyles added a career-high 12 points. Katie Irwin was the top scorer for the Hawks with 11 points.
Stoughton, 26 @ North Attleboro, 45 – FinalSamantha Taggart and Caroline Collard were the top scorers for North with nine points apiece. Ashley Ahern added seven and Emily Schromm six points for the Rocketeers, while Emily Peters chipped in with 13 rebounds. Alecia Quinones led Stoughton with 11 points, all in the third quarter, and Val Whalen added six points and 16 boards.
Stoughton, 36 @ Canton, 38 – Final

Milford, 36 @ Foxboro, 40 – Final – With the victory, the Warriors clinch the outright Davenport division title.

King Philip, 21 @ Franklin, 49 – Final
Oliver Ames, 30 @ Sharon, 40 – Final
North Attleboro @ Attleboro, 3:30
Girls Hockey
Franklin, 5 @ Ursuline, 1 – Final

Sunday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 01/31/16

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Basketball
Canton, 42 vs. Norwood 52 – Final – Tony Harris scored a career-high 22 points and hauled in five rebounds but the Bulldogs couldn’t recover from a 12-0 run for Norwood in the second half. Michael Harris added 10 points and five rebounds. 
Foxboro, 65 vs. Bridgewater-Raynham, 53 – FinalJason Procaccini led the Warriors with 21 points and seven rebounds. Alex DuBrow finished with 15 points, five rebounds, and six boards and Rob Lowey had a double-double of 12 points and 12 boards. Foxboro clinched the win with a 22-6 fourth quarter.
Milford, 75 vs. North Attleboro, 63 – Final – Milford connected on 12 three pointers for the second straight game. Sophomore Kayden Kelley had a career-high 16 points and added eight rebounds. Dimitry Torres also scored 16 points for the Scarlet Hawks. North Attleboro’s Brent Doherty had a game-high 21 points and sophomore Mario Bresko added 17 points. 
Mansfield, 66 @ Brockton, 68 – Final (OT) – Brockton rallied from a 10 point deficit at the end of the third quarter and then stole the ball on Mansfield’s final effort in overtime. Matt Ehrlich had a team-high 20 points and five rebounds, Max Boen had 14 points and three assists and Sam Golberg had nine points to go along with 13 rebounds. 
Girls Basketball
North Attleboro, 63 @ Durfee, 45  FinalAshley Ahern was the top scorer for the Rocketeers with 16 points. Caroline Collard added 12 points and Emily Peters had 10.
Milford, 84 @ Foxboro, 58 – Final
Milford, 92 @ Foxboro, 78 – Final
Girls Hockey
Stoughton, 1 @ Latin Academy, 5 – Final

Friday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 01/29/16

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Basketball
Attleboro, 43 @ Mansfield, 61 – Final – Mansfield built a double-digit lead by halftime and never looked back. Matt Ehrlich had a team-high 14 points and added four rebounds, Sam Goldberg had 12 points, six rebounds and five assists and Max Boen (four rebounds), Tyler Boulter and Phil Vigeant each had six points for the Hornets. Jake Dunkley had a game-high 15 points for Attleboro, Lucas Boucicaut added 12 points and Kyle Murphy had eight points and 10 rebounds.

Milford, 68 @ Canton, 50 – Final – Dimitry Torres netted a career-high 26 points to spark the Scarlet Hawks to a road win at Canton. Dwight Anderson added 15 points and Josh Andonian chipped in with 10 points for Milford.

Foxboro, 46 @ Sharon, 49 – Final – David Roelke hit a three as time expired to lift Sharon to a key Davenport division win. Roelke had a team-high 12 points while Peter Banks (eight rebounds) and Bryce Smith each had 10 points. Foxboro’s Jason Procaccini had a game-high 18 points and added 11 rebounds and six steals. Alex DuBrow had 13 points and Rob Lowey had seven points and 14 rebounds. 

North Attleboro, 57 @ Franklin, 60 – Final – Tim Prunier hit two free throws down the stretch to stretch the Panthers’ lead to three as Franklin outlasted North Attleboro. The Rocketeers trailed by nine at halftime but rallied to get a 45-44 lead heading into the final period. Prunier finished with a team-best 18 points while freshman Jay Dieterle added 13 points and sophomore Connor Peterson had 11 points. North junior Brent Doherty also had 18 points, Kyle McCarthy scored a career-high 13 points in his first start and Mario Bresko added 11 points. 

King Philip, 54 @ Taunton, 62 – Final – King Philip led for three quarters but Taunton was able to overcome the deficit and get the win in the final quarter. Senior Carlos Borrero scored all 11 of his points in the second half and senior Jose Mercado finished with a game-high 17 points. Tommy MacLean added 13 points. Sophomore Tom Madden had a team-high 13 points for KP, who also got 10 points from Seth Sullivan and Pharoah David each. 

Stoughton, 48 @ Oliver Ames, 70 – Final – Dylan Mahoney had a team-high 15 points while Tim Kelley, Shawn Cardoza and Nick Welch all added 11 points apiece in the Tigers’ big win. 
Girls Basketball
Canton, 47 @ Milford, 42 – Final – Kate Irwin was Milford’s top scorer with 10 points in the win. Jill Powers and Nicole Dahlgren each added nine for the Hawks.

Sharon, 20 @ Foxboro, 50 – Final – Ashley Sampson had a game-high 15 points, Grace Tamulionis added 11 points and MacKenzie Anderson chipped in with six points. 

Franklin, 63 @ North Attleboro, 47 – Final – Franklin broke open a three-point game at the half with a 20-5 run in the third quarter. Carli Koffinke was the top scorer for the Panthers with 13, while Aubrie Kutil added a double-double with 11 points. Lauren Rudolph for Franklin and Olivia Adiletto eight. Emily Peters scored 20 points for the Rocketeers in a losing effort. 

Taunton, 41 @ King Philip, 50 – Final – KP outscored the Tigers 15-5 in the fourth quarter to get the win. Rylie Dalzell led the Warriors with 13 points. KP also got 10 points each from Maddie Purdue and Christina Hathaway. Taunton sophomore Hannah Moniz had a game-high 14 points and freshman Lily Patneaude chipped in with nine points for the Tigers. 

Mansfield, 38 @ Attleboro, 48 – Final – The Bombardiers finished the game with a 9-0 run in the final 4:27 to clinch the win. Sam Pierce led Attleboro with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Sarah Deyo had 13 points and 12 boards and Emily Houle had nine points for the Bombardiers. Mansfield was led by Jen Peel with 11 points and five assists. Meg Hill added nine points, 11 rebounds, and eight blocks.

Oliver Ames, 51 @ Stoughton, 34 – Final – Francesca Calabraro led all scorers with a season-high 23 points and added eight steals while classmate Niyera Mitchell had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. 
Canton @ King Philip, 7:00
Taunton @ North Attleboro, 5:30
Canton @ King Philip, 7:00
Taunton @ North Attleboro, 5:30
Oliver Ames, 87 @ Stoughton, 63 – Final

Tuesday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 01/19/16

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Basketball
Attleboro, 57 @ Sharon, 73 – Final – Attleboro cut a 10-point Sharon lead at halftime down to two in the third quarter but the Eagles were able to pull away. Sharon hit 12 three pointers between three players – senior Matt Lowerre hit five, sophomore Jimmy Fitzhenry hit four and senior Tyler Smith had three. Fitzhenry finished with a game-high 20 points and Lowerre had 17 points. Attleboro junior Jake Dunkley had 19 points and nine rebounds and sophomore Nate Douglas chipped in with 11 points and five rebounds. 

King Philip, 66 @ Canton, 53 – Final – King Philip stormed out to a 20-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back. Senior Ben Smith his six three pointers for a game-high 18 points, freshman Kyle Layman had 15 points and eight rebounds, junior Noah Goodwin had 13 points and junior Pharoah Davis had 12 points. Canton senior Griffin Jerrier scored a team-high 13 points for the Bulldogs. 

Mansfield, 51 @ Foxboro, 69 – Final – Foxboro used an 11-0 run in the middle of the second quarter to create separation while its defense prevent Mansfield from gathering any momentum offensively. Foxboro senior Alex DuBrow scored a game-high 22 points and had eight rebounds, senior Rob Lowey had 16 points and eight rebounds and senior Jason Procaccini added 14 points and five rebounds. Mansfield junior Sam Goldberg had 10 points to lead the Hornets. 

Franklin, 83 @ Stoughton, 63 – Final – The Panthers held a six point lead at halftime (41-35) as the two teams combined for over 75 points in the first half. Franklin had a 23 point third quarter and added 19 more points in the final quarter. Sophomore Connor Peterson had a game-high 16 points while senior Tim Prunier and freshman Jay Dieterle each added 15 points for Franklin. Stoughton senior Brandon Teixeira had a team-high 14 points for the Black Knights. 

Taunton, 62 @ Milford, 50 – Final – Milford held a four point lead at halftime and at the end of the third quarter but Taunton won the fourth quarter 29-13 to get the win. Taunton junior Tommy MacLean scored 20 points in the win for the Tigers. Milford sophomore Kayden Kelley had 14 points and 15 rebounds, Dimitry Torres added 11 points and Dwight Anderson had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Scarlet Hawks. 

North Attleboro, 74 @ Oliver Ames, 70 – Final – Brent Doherty scored a career-high 28 points to lead the Rocketeers. North Attleboro held a 20 point lead at halftime (44-24) but Oliver Ames stormed back with 25 points in the third quarter and 13 more in the fourth quarter to send the game into overtime tied 62-62-. Doherty connected on seven three pointers and went 3/4 from the free throw line in overtime. Sophomore Mario Bresko finished with seven points, including a key three pointer in overtime. Junior Jonny Friberg scored a career-high 18 points and had 10 rebounds for North. Oliver Ames’ Carter Evin scored 21 of his career-high 26 points in the second half to help OA get back into it. Tim Kelley added 23 points and senior Shawn Cardoza had nine points for the Tigers. 
Girls Basketball
Canton, 38 @ King Philip, 56 – FinalThe Warriors turned the game around with a 22-4 second quarter. Shannon O’Connor was the top scorer for KP with 10. Sam Madden and Julia Lerouix each scored nine for the Warriors. Canton was led by Emma Murphy with nine points.
Foxboro, 45 @ Mansfield, 49 – Final – Jen Peel was Mansfield’s top scorer with 14 points. Juliana Newell added 10 points and pulled in 12 rebounds and Meg Hill grabbed 14 boards. Cassidy Harrison had a game-high 19 points to lead the Warriors.
Stoughton, 35 @ Franklin, 55 – FinalOlivia Adiletto was the top scorer for Franklin with 13 points. Lauren Rudolph added 11 for the Panthers, who had 10 players on the score sheet. Stoughton was led by Alecia Quinones with 11 points.
Milford, 40 @ Taunton, 44 – FinalThe Tigers rallied in the fourth quarter, outscoring Milford 14-7, to pick up their first win of the season. Alyssa Gibson led the way for Taunton with 13 points and nine rebounds. Jordan Wade added nine and Kia Pate had 10 rebounds. Milford was led by Katie Irwin with 12 points and Nicole Dahlgren added 10.
Oliver Ames, 49 @ North Attleboro, 52 – FinalThe Rocketeers were led by forwards Caroline Collard and Emily Peters who combined for 24 points. Julia Feid added 13 for North. The Tigers were led by Kayla Raymond with 15 points.
Sharon, 35 @ Attleboro, 75 – Final – Emily Houle scored 33 points and added seven steals to pace the Bombardiers to a big win. Sarah Deyo chipped in with 19 points and 10 rebounds and Sam Pierce added another 10 points. Emma Eberhardt was Sharon’s top scorer with 14 and Veronica Wallace added 11.
Canton boys, 77 @ Sharon boys, 93 – Final
Canton girls, 92 @ Sharon girls, 76 – Final