Thursday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 04/04/24

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Monday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 04/01/24

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Saturday’s Schedule & Scoreboard – 01/13/24

Today’s games are listed below.

Girls Hockey
Canton, 2 @ Martha’s Vineyard, 1 РFinal
Franklin, 3 vs. Westwood, 7 – Final
King Philip @ Medfield, 8:30 (@ Pirelli Arena)
Mansfield/Oliver Ames, 2 @ Norwood, 1 – Final

Wrestling
Canton Tournament (Canton) – For the first time since 2019, Canton hosted the Jim Peckham Invitational and the Bulldogs placed fifth as a team. New Bedford won the tournament with 250 points while Canton rounded out the top five with 150 points. Max Kupferman (144) and Ruairi Ritson (190) both won their individual brackets, Owen Sasin (215) took second, and Matt Morin (132), Jacob George (120), and Seamus Brown (165) each finished third.

Methuen Tri-Meet (Taunton) – Taunton split the day, taking a convincing win over South Shore Voke (76-3) while falling to host Methuen (44-30).

Midland Duals (King Philip), 9:00AM

Woburn Tournament (Mansfield), 9:00AM

Masconomet Quad (Sharon), 10:00AM

Norwood Quad (Oliver Ames) – Oliver Ames went 2-1 at the Norwood quad, taking wins over Milton (46-33) and Boston Latin Academy (78-6) but falling to the host Mustangs (46-29). Shannon Tran (3-0), Jonah Bornstein (3-0), Taharka Parry (3-0), Willer Rossow (3-0)m and Logan McAndrew (2-0) all went undefeated on the day for the Tigers.

Algonquin Quad (Franklin) – Franklin returned home from the Algonquin quad with wins over the hosts (54-27) and Westford Academy (57-21) and a loss to West Springfield (48-34). Roman Caccavelli had a terrific day for the Panthers with three pins while Jack Sauer, Riley Carlucci, Charles Nash, Jack Rosenberger, Brandon Large, and Will Pritoni all had a pair of pins.

Cumberland (RI) Tournament (North Attleboro) – The Rocketeers crossed state lines and secured a seventh place finish at the John D. Gorman tournament at Cumberland High School in Rhode Island. New Milford (CT) won the tournament with 253 points while the Rocketeers recorded 137 points. For North, Joseph Brucato took second in the 144 lb. bracket, both Braeden Thrasher (120) and Braxton Ferro (138) were third, and Alexander Robin (132) secured fourth overall.

Weymouth Tournament (Stoughton) – Stoughton had a pair of wrestlers finish top three at the Weymouth Invitational and had 62.5 points as a team (14th overall); the host Wildcats took first place with 194.5 points. Sophomore Jack Gallan took a major decision in the first round and then had three straight pins to reach the final in the 138 lb bracket. Gallan had a great battle in the finals, battling back after falling down 10-0 but ultimately fell to top-seeded Nate Rosas of Pembroke, 18-11. Stoughton senior James Currier had three straight pins to start the tournament and then bounced back in the consolation match with a 6-3 decision to earn third overall.

Springfield Central Tournament (Milford), 10:00AM

Gymnastics
King Philip @ Canton, 3:45