The 2016 Hockomock Boys Basketball All Stars & HMs

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

Hockomock League MVP

Tim Prunier, Franklin

Hockomock League All Stars

Jake Dunkley, Attleboro
Alex DuBrow, Foxboro
Rob Lowey, Foxboro
Jason Procaccini, Foxboro
Tim Prunier, Franklin
Connor Peterson, Franklin
Jay Dieterle, Franklin
Samuel Goldberg, Mansfield
Matthew Ehrlich, Mansfield
Dimitry Torres, Milford
Brent Doherty, North Attleboro
Carter Evin, Oliver Ames
Matt Lowerre, Sharon
Brandon Teixeira, Stoughton
Jose Mercado, Taunton
Tommy MacLean, Taunton

Honorable Mentions

Kyle Murphy, Attleboro
Devin Foster, Canton
Jonathan Carnino, Foxboro
Kevin Gill, Franklin
Will Weir, King Philip
Max Boen, Mansfield
Dwight Anderson, Milford
Jonny Friberg, North Attleboro
Tim Kelley, Oliver Ames
Ricardo Ripley, Sharon
Cameron Andrews, Stoughton
Quan Roberson, Taunton

North Attleboro’s Doherty Wins 2016 3PT Contest

Brent Doherty
By HockomockSports.com Staff
In the final event of the 2016 HockomockSports.com Charity Basketball Classic, North Attleboro junior Brent Doherty was the last man standing in the annual Three Point Contest.
Doherty reached the finals when he sank 16 of his 25 shots in the opening round. Foxboro’s Alex DuBrow connected on a round-high 17 three pointers in the opening round to secure his spot in the final. DuBrow and Doherty squared off head to head, shooting at the same time on opposite ends of the court. Doherty hit on 15 threes and DuBrow sank his final corner three to tie him at 15.
In an overtime round (30 seconds), Doherty took home the hardware by hitting eight three pointers. Both Doherty and DuBrow broke the record for most threes made in a final round, edging out Ryan Boulter’s record of 14 in 2015.
Doherty now holds the record for most threes made in one event with 39, eclipsing Boulter’s record of 34 set last year. The North Attleboro guard now also has the record for most threes made in the event for a career with 50 after hitting 11 in 2015. Taunton junior Tommy MacLean jumped into third all time in threes made in the event with 37.

First Round

Jake Dunkley, Attleboro – 14
Tony Harris, Canton – 9
Alex DuBrow, Foxboro – 17
Jay Dieterle, Franklin – 14
Ben Smith, King Philip – 13
Christian Weber, Mansfield – 10
Dimitry Torres, Milford – 13
Brent Doherty, North Attleboro – 16
Tim Kelley, Oliver Ames – 13
David Roelke, Sharon – 11
Cam Andrews, Stoughton – 12
Tommy MacLean, Taunton – 13

Finals

Brent Doherty, North Attleboro – 15 (8)
Alex DuBrow, Foxboro – 15 (5)

Panthers Downed By St. John’s In D1 Central Final

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Franklin senior Tim Prunier dribbles past a St. John;s defender in the second half. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)

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WORCESTER, Mass. – Numbers don’t always tell the whole story of a game, but they certainly help explain what happened.
Franklin went from shooting 50% in the first half to just 26% from the floor in the second.
Franklin hit half of their six three point attempts in the first half but struggled from deep in the second half, going 1/9.
St. John’s shot over 40% from the field for the game (nearly 50% in the second half), had a plus-15 advantage on the glass and went 16/19 from the free throw line.
Those numbers totaled up to a 67-52 win for St. John’s over Franklin in the D1 Central Sectional Final.
“I think the offensive rebound for them was a big difference,” Franklin head coach CJ Neely said. “We didn’t do a great job boxing out and they won a lot of the 50/50 balls that were kind of bouncing around. Early in the game I thought we did a decent job but in the middle of the game, we started tipping them while they were grabbing the ball. They got extra shots and they scored, you can’t allow teams like them to get second chances.”
It was an impressive start for Franklin, forcing five turnovers in the first three minutes of play. Senior Kevin Gill and sophomore Paul Mahon harassed the Pioneers at every bounce of the ball. That defense turned into offense as Franklin built an 18-14 lead at the end of the quarter.
But with that tenacious defense came seven fouls called in eight minutes of play (compared to just two for SJS). And a minute into the second, both Gill and Mahon had picked up two fouls apiece.
That allowed the Pioneers to creep back into the game, plus St. John’s 11 first half offensive rebounds. The Pioneers closed the first half with a 10-3 run over the final 2:41 to take a 34-33 lead into halftime.
“Unfortunately we got into some foul trouble,” Franklin head coach CJ Neely said. “Paul was doing an excellent job on defense and then we picked up his second foul. Gill was doing a terrific job on defense then he picked up his second. Sam Harrell comes in and does a pretty good job but then he picked up a couple. Three of our best defenders ending up sitting on the bench in the first half for a long period of time and that’s going to hurt you. With the individual talents they have, that’s going to hurt you.
The first big deficit for the Panthers came when Sean Burke converted a putback to put SJS up 43-37. Paul Mahon’s corner three (the Panther’s lone connection from deep in the second half) cut it back to five but a bucket inside and a pair of free throws pushed the lead to 49-40 with 2:54 to go in the third. SJS held a 51-44 lead going into the final frame.
Franklin pulled within a possession at 51-48 with 5:56 to play behind baskets from Gill and freshman Jay Dieterle but Burke netted four straight points to stretch the lead again. Franklin had a pair of bad breaks down the stretch as after the Panthers came up with a stop, the rebound bounces out off a Franklin player and SJS scored right away. Then after a three point play cut the deficit to six with 2:46 to play, the Panthers got a stop on the other end only for Alex Bradley to get the tip in to put it back to eight.
The Panthers pushed hard with a press to try and create some more turnovers but the Pioneers were able to break it and extend the lead.
“We talked in warmups about getting to the free throw line,” SJS coach Bob Foley said. “We were 16/19? That helps.”
“I thought for the most part it was a really good game,” Neely said. “We had to start pressing at the end which was not part of our game plan. At that point with that deficit with that amount of time left, you have to amp it up and take some chances. They moved the ball well and got some easy layups.”
Gill scored a career-high 17 points in his final game for the Panthers while Dieterle added 11 points and five rebounds, sophomore Connor Peterson had eight points and four rebounds and senior Tim Prunier finished with seven points and seven assists.
Franklin boys basketball wraps up the season at 18-7 with its first Hockomock League Kelley-Rex title since 2012.
“We have a lot of goals coming into every season,” Neely said. “We want to get a home playoff game, we want to win the Hockomock Championship and we did those things. I think we accomplished a lot of goals this year. After losing a ton of seniors that were super talented, I can’t be more proud of these guys. They’re a great group of kids but tonight wasn’t out night, we didn’t play our best game but I won’t take any credit away from St. John’s. Tim did a great job as a captain, obviously as the league MVP. But it didn’t start on the first day of tryouts. They were picking each other up in the offseason for rides, getting everyone involved. He did a great job of captain and all of the seniors did a great job of involving everyone.”
Ryan Lanigan can be contacted at RyanLanigan@hockomocksports.com and followed on Twitter at @R_Lanigan.

Franklin Dominates Flyers To Reach Sectional Final

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Franklin freshman Jay Dieterle tied for a team-high 15 points in the win over Framingham. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)

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WORCESTER, Mass. – There was no second half drama this time around.
After nearly blowing a double-digit cushion in the opening round of the playoffs, Franklin raced out to a huge first half lead and never looked back with a 73-36 rout of 7th seeded Framingham.
With the win, the Panthers return to the D1 Central Final for the second time in three years.
“I’m extremely happy,” Franklin head CJ Neely said of his team’s first half dominance. “I think they did an awesome job following our scouting report. We talked over the past few days about being better at engaging in the scouting report, knowing what their strengths are. They have two legitimate scorers on that team and we did a good job of taking them out and getting them out of their strengths. They missed some shots early and we rebounded pretty well and that kind of spurned us on to a nice run and gave us a cushion.”
It didn’t take long for Franklin to establish its dominance, forcing a turnover on Framingham’s first possession and getting stops on the next four. On the other end, Paul Mahon’s second make of the game, this one a three, capped a 9-0 start over the first two minutes of play.
Freshman Jay Dieterle pumped in nine of his team-high 15 points in the first quarter to give the Panthers a 20-5 edge at the end of eight minutes.
It was more of the same in the second quarter. Sophomore Connor Peterson was a force in the paint, scoring nine of Franklin’s first 11 points in the quarter. Defensively, the Panthers forced four turnovers in the first five minutes of the second quarter and forced the Flyers to go 0/7 from the floor in that stretch.
Framingham hit a pair of free throws in the quarter but did not connect on a field goal in the second. Josh Macchi scored inside and Mahon drained another three late in the quarter, giving Franklin a commanding 36-7 lead at the break.
“Tim [Prunier] actually brought that up right off the bat when we walked into the locker room at halftime.” Neely said about the team’s second half against Westford Academy, in which a 15 point lead evaporated in the second half. “He was reminding the guys about last game and talking about we needed to keep the pressure up. That was definitely an emphasis at halftime. We didn’t have to adjust a lot at halftime. We just wanted to stay with the plan, share the ball and execute.”
The Panthers got a good start to the second half as Dieterle sank a three, Prunier hit a pair of free throws and Mahon drove to the basket for two more to create a 43-7 lead.
Midway through the quarter, the Panthers were able to rest their starters. Senior Patrick Rodgers, sophomore Connor Goldstein and freshman Jalen Samuels all netted six points off the bench in the second half and junior Ryan Hodgkins added five points.
Dieterle added six rebounds to his 15 points while Peterson had a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Mahon, a sophomore, was third in scoring with 10 points.
“I’ve told those guys they are varsity players, doesn’t matter if you’re a freshman or a sophomore, once you’re here you’re a varsity player and you have to go out and be a varsity guy,” Neely said. “When Peterson is being aggressive he can be a dominate force in there and Jay, you would never know he was a freshman unless you looked at the roster.”
With the starters on the floor in the first half, Franklin’s defense was tenacious and the Flyers shot just 2/25 from the floor.
“Over the past four or so games, it’s something we’ve really been harping on, ” Neely said of the defense. “We were really upset with that five game skid, we felt like we left a couple on the table and it left us with a sour taste in our mouth. We’ve really been working hard on the defensive end, as hard as we ever have, and we’ve seen some improvement in the last two weeks.”
Franklin boys basketball (17-5) will now play top-seeded St. John’s Shrewsbury in the D1 Central Final on Wednesday, March 9th at 7:00, back at WPI. SJS (21-1) beat Wachusett in the other semifinal.
Ryan Lanigan can be contacted at RyanLanigan@hockomocksports.com and followed on Twitter at @R_Lanigan.

Saturday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 03/05/16

Today’s playoff games are listed below.
Boys Basketball
D1 Central
#3 Franklin, 73 vs. #7 Framingham, 36 – Final – The Panthers were in control from the get go, taking a 36-7 lead by halftime. Sophomore Connor Peterson had 15 points and 11 rebounds and freshman Jay Dieterle added 15 points and six rebounds. Franklin will play St. John’s Shrewsbury in the D1 Central Final on Wednesday, March 9th at 7:00 at WPI. 
Girls Basketball
D2 South
#2 Oliver Ames, 57 vs. #7 Notre Dame Academy, 49 – Final

#6 Foxboro, 57 @ #3 Falmouth, 59 – Final (OT) – Cassidy Harrison hit a pair of threes late in the fourth quarter to help the Warriors force overtime. Harrison finished with 20 points while Ashley Sampson added 14 points and Carolynn Will finished with 10 points.
Hockey
D1 South
#4 Franklin, 1 vs. #5 Walpole. 0 – Final – Sophomore Luke Downie scored on the power play in the second period for the lone goal of the game. Nick Jasinski made 17 saves for the shutout win. Franklin advances to the D1 South Semifinals and will play Newton North. 
D2 South
#3 Canton, 3 vs. #6 North Attleboro, 0 – Final

Prunier, Gill Help Franklin Hold Off Westford Academy

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Franklin’s Tim Prunier goes airborne after splitting two defenders in the first half. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)

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FRANKLIN, Mass. – Franklin senior Kevin Gill can add another team to his list.
Oliver Ames, check.
Foxboro, check.
Westford Academy, check.
For the third time this season, Gill was to go-to guy in crunch time and on Thursday night, his strong take to the basket with 15 seconds to play gave the Panthers a 62-60 win over Westford Academy.
“I get the ball and it just feels right,” Gill said about late game situations. “I heard coach yelling for one shot but I just saw the lane and I just took it.”
While the layup broke a tie game, it was nearly a basket that brought Franklin back from a deficit. With just over a minute to play with the game tied a 60, Franklin had an inbounds play in the offensive half, right in the corner.
The play went awry and senior Tim Prunier’s inbounds pass went straight into the hands of Westford Academy’s Nicholas Fiorillo. Fiorillo took off, racing out into a breakaway all alone on his way for a layup. What looked like a certain basket for the Grey Ghosts quickly turned into one of the best hustle plays you’ll see.
Prunier got on his horse and sprinted back on defense, getting back in time to knock the ball free from the dribble just before Fiorillo went up with it. As the ball bounced towards the baseline, Prunier lounged and dove, getting a hand to the ball and whipping it back in bounds. Gill was able to get a hand to it, deflecting it on and the Panthers were able to keep possession.
Westford Academy did not score again.
“Talk about big plays by the seniors,” a relieved Franklin coach CJ Neely said. “Tim Prunier probably saved our season by sprinting back and make that defensive play. That’s one of the best individual plays and defensive plays that I’ve ever seen. Your season, your career is on the line and that’s why he was the MVP of the league. Kevin Gill has done it time and again this year. He’s had multiple games where he’s been our guy down the stretch. We’ve been begging him to go more for his offensive and he finds the best moments to do it it seems like.”
Gill scored six of Franklin’s nine points in the fourth quarter while Prunier had a layup of his own.
“I knew it was an awful pass so it was just my instinct to get back on defense,” Prunier said. “I knew the time and the score so I knew I had to get my butt back there and do what I could do. I saw him dribble to the right and I knew I could get it. I just busted by butt and got it and then luckily I was able to stay inbounds and throw it back in and my teammates were able to recover it. I didn’t think there was anything else I could do so I went for the ball.”
“We thought the ball was going to be side out but it was in the corner, so our play was off,” Gill added. ”I don’t know what happened but his play just saved the game right there. That was incredible hustle by Tim and then he saved the ball from going out of bounds too which is insane, I don’t know how he did that.”


Franklin dominated the first half and took a 15 point lead into the locker room but a furious rally from the Grey Ghosts brought the teams level at the conclusion of the third quarter, tied 53-53.
Neither side was able to score for over three minutes of the final frame but freshman Jay Dieterle’s free throw with 4:47 put Franklin ahead again. Gill drove for two to increase the lead to three. On Franklin’s next possession, Prunier was able to get the defense to switch after a handoff from Gill and easily drove to the hoop to make it 58-53 with 3:43 to go.
But like they did in the third quarter, Westford Academy rallied back again. Jon Glidden brought WA within three but a pair of free throws from Gill pushed it back to five. Scotty Callahan floated one in the lane and Fiorillo drained a three out of an inbounds play to tie the game at 60-60 with two minutes to play.
The teams traded turnovers over a 45 second stretch in a game of giveaways before Prunier’s hustle play set up Franklin at the end.
A contested three from Dieterle with 30 seconds to go bounced off the iron but a strong effort from sophomore Connor Peterson helped the ball roll out to Gill. Gill eventually took a pass back from sophomore Paul Mahon and immediately raced around his defender and to the basket for a layup with 17 seconds to play.
Westford called a timeout with 12.3 left and ran a play to get a look at a three, but the shot bounced off the back of the rim and Peterson was able to track the high rebound as the buzzer sounded.
“We knew from experience, we’re a battle tested team,” Prunier said. “We’ve been in both sides of that situation, the team coming back and the team giving up the lead so we knew how to respond. We said we had been there before so we knew if we just kept it together we’d be fine.”
After giving up 25 points in the third quarter, Franklin clamped down defensively and surrendered just seven points in the final frame.
“We pressed a lot in the first half,” Neely said. “We backed it off a little bit in the fourth quarter and just said we’re going back to our normal defense and we’re going to rely on our shell concept and get stops. They hit some tough shots and get some offensive boards. We wanted to take away the easy baskets and make them earn everything. We did a great job of that in the first half and the fourth quarter.”
Dieterle tied his career-high with 24 points (18 in the first half) in his postseason debut to lead the Panthers while Prunier added 12 points, five steals, four rebounds and four assists. Gill had nine points and six points and four steals and Peterson added nine points and seven points.
“The younger guys are phenomenal, they have such high standards,” Prunier said. “They’re all great players. But being a senior, we knew it was coming down to the line and we didn’t want it to be our last game so we gave it all that we had.”
“We knew we had to fight for every possession, on offense and on defense,” Gill said. “We just had to grind out the game.”
Franklin boys basketball (16-5) advances to the D1 Central Semifinals for the second straight year. The Panthers are scheduled to play #7 Framingham on Saturday at WPI at 5:00.
Ryan Lanigan can be contacted at RyanLanigan@hockomocksports.com and followed on Twitter at @R_Lanigan.

Thursday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 03/03/16

Today’s playoff games are listed below.
Boys Basketball
D1 Central
#3 Franklin, 62 vs. #6 Westford Academy, 60 – Final – Freshman Jay Dieterle tied a career-high with 24 points to pace the Panthers’ offense. Senior Kevin Gill broke the tie with a layup with 15 seconds to play. Senior Tim Prunier had 12 points and also came away with a big steal in the final minutes to prevent an easy basket from WA. Franklin will play #7 Framingham on Saturday at 5:00 at WPI.
Girls Basketball
D1 South
#4 Attleboro, 32 vs. #5 Wellesley, 43 – Final

#6 Mansfield, 40 @ #3 Newton South, 37 – FinalMeg Hill had a career-high 24 points for the Hornets. Jackie Carchedi added nine points for Mansfield and Caroline Maher hit two clutch free throws in the closing seconds. Mansfield will face No. 2 seed Bishop Feehan in the D1 South semifinal.
D2 South
#15 North Attleboro, 46 @ #2 Oliver Ames, 47 – Final – The Tigers host No. 7 seed Notre Dame Academy on Saturday.

#6 Foxboro, 75 vs. #11 O’Bryant, 28 – Final – Cassidy Harrison led a balanced offensive attack with a team-high 15 points, Ashley Sampson and Grace Tamulionis each had 13 points and Hailey Maling added 12 points. The Warriors travel to No. 3 seed Falmouth on Saturday.

Monday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 02/22/16

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Basketball
Mansfield, 64 @ Attleboro, 52 – Final – Mansfield clinched a share of the Kelley-Rex title with the win. The Hornets have won four straight Kelley-Rex titles and sixth in the last seven years. Sam Goldberg had 12 points and seven rebounds, Christian Weber added 11 points and six assists and Max Boen had nine points and five assists. Mansfield head coach Mike Vaughan won his 200th career game. 

Canton, 48 @ Milford, 71 – Final – The Scarlet Hawks won their fifth game in the last six to clinch a playoff berth. Dimitry Torres led Milford with 23 points while Dwight Anderson added 16 points, Jack DeSantis chipped in with a career-high 10 points and Josh Andonian finished seven points. Canton freshman Devin Foster had a career-high 16 points and sophomore Tony Harris added 15 points.

Sharon, 73 @ Foxboro, 84 – Final (OT) – Jason Procaccini scored a game-high 24 points as the Warriors held on after a rally from the Eagles. Rob Lowey added 14 points while Alex DuBrow, Jonathan Carnino and Mark Clagg all chipped in with 10 points apiece. 

Franklin, 77 @ North Attleboro, 39 – Final – Freshman Jay Dieterle dropped in a team-high 19 points as the Panthers claimed their first league title since 2012. With the win, Franklin won a share of the Kelley-Rex title with Mansfield. Sophomore Connor Peterson had 12 points and senior Tim Prunier added 10 points.

Oliver Ames, 74 @ Stoughton, 55 – Final – Junior Carter Evin scored a career-high 28 points and pulled in 10 rebounds. Dylan Mahoney added 15 points, Nick Welch had 11 points and Tim Kelley added 10 points for OA. Jared Costa-Haywood led the Black Knights with 17 points, Cam Gomes had 12 points and sophomore Cam Andrews chipped in with 10 points. Senior captain Nick Quattrucci hauled in seven rebounds.

King Philip, 56 vs. Dartmouth, 60 – Final – King Philip rallied from a 13 point halftime deficit but the Indians were able to hold on. Seth Sullivan had a team-high 18 points while sophomore Justin Vine added 15 points.

Taunton, 59 @ New Bedford, 69 – Final
Girls Basketball
Milford, 62 @ Canton, 47 – Final

Foxboro, 57 @ Sharon, 49 – Final – Foxboro had four players reach double figures for scoring. Lily Sykes led the Warriors with 16 points while Ashley Sampson added 13 points, Grace Tamulionis had 12 points and Carolynn Will finished with 10 points. Sharon was led by Alyssa Piazza with 20 points and four steals, while Charlotte Ransom had seven points, all in the fourth quarter. Shira Stoller had seven assists and Emma Eberhardt had 11 points for the Eagles.

North Attleboro, 45 @ Franklin, 54 – Final
Attleboro, 43 @ Mansfield, 56 – Final – The Hornets clinched the Kelley-Rex division title with the win. It is the second in the program’s history. Jen Peel led the way with 18 points and five assists. Meg Hill added 11 points and 15 rebounds and Juliana Newell scored 12 for Mansfield. Attleboro was led by Sarah Deyo, who finished with 15 points. Sam Pierce added 10 for the Bombardiers.

Stoughton, 32 @ Oliver Ames, 63 – Final – Sophomore Kayla Raymond led the Tigers with a game-high 16 points while Kaitlyn McCarthy added 13 points and Niyera Mitchell had 12 points. 
Taunton, 48 vs. New Bedford, 17 – Final – Senior Kia Pate led Taunton with 11 points, sophomore Hannah Moniz added nine points, senior Alyssa Gibson finished with eight points and senior Jordan Wade chipped in with nine points and six rebounds.
Hockey
Attleboro, 4 vs. Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk, 1 – Final
Milford, 3 @ North Attleboro, 5 – Final

Friday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 02/19/16

Today’s games are listed below.
Boys Basketball
Milford, 48 @ Foxboro, 66 – Final – Foxboro senior Alex DuBrow scored all of his team-high 16 points in the second half, adding eight assists and five rebounds. Jason Procaccini had 15 points, eight rebounds and three assists, Rob Lowey had 15 points and nine rebounds and junior Mark Clagg finished with 10 points. Milford’s Dimitry Torres scored a game-high 18 points along with six assists. 

Franklin, 64 @ Catholic Memorial, 87 – Final – Senior Tim Prunier and freshman Jay Dieterle each had nine points for the Panthers.

Taunton, 84 @ King Philip, 60 – Final – Taunton senior Jose Mercado poured in a career-high 31 points while Tommy MacLean had 14 points and Dom Smith added 12 points. King Philip’s Pharoah Davis had a team-high 13 points. 
Girls Basketball
Attleboro, 48 vs. Dartmouth, 36 – Final – Emily Houle led the way for Attleboro with 17 points, all in the second half, which leaves her four points shy of 1,000 for her career. She also had 11 rebounds. Sam Pierce added 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Bombardiers, Fatima McDonald had eight points, and Sarah Deyo had only three points but chipped in with seven blocks and 10 boards.

Canton, 47 vs. Blackstone-Millville, 42 – FinalThe Bulldogs swept the season series with BMR behind 14 points from Hannah Jerrier and eight apiece from Jess Powers and Meaghan Hunter. Canton turned the game around with a 30-13 second half. 
King Philip, 38 @ Taunton, 37 – FinalJen Lacroix scored all 12 of her points in the second half to lead the Warriors, who bounced back from a 12-point halftime deficit. Sam Madden added eight points for KP and Riley Dalzell had 10 rebounds. Taunton was led by Alyssa Gibson, who finished with 13 points and 14 boards, and Lily Patneaude, who scored 11 points. 
Milford, 44 @ Foxboro, 61 – Final – The Warriors had three players reach double figures, led by Ashley Sampson’s 14 points. Cassidy Harrison added 11 points and Kristen Bortolotti had 10 points. 

North Attleboro, 47 vs. Durfee, 34 – FinalThe Rocketeers were led by junior Caroline Collard with 10 points and Ashley Ahern chipped in with six. 
Sharon, 43 @ Fontbonne, 58 – Final Senior Alyssa Piazza had 19 points, six rebounds, and five steals for the Eagles in the loss. 
Girls Hockey
Canton, 0 @ Whitman-Hanson, 2 – Final