SOMERSET, Mass. – North Attleboro allowed only 13 goals in 18 games during the regular season and that disciplined, organized defense was on full display again on Monday afternoon at Somerset-Berkley in the first round of the playoffs.
The Rocketeers held the hosts to only two shots on goal, as North keeper Kyle Briere was largely untroubled in earning his ninth clean sheet of the season (and third in a row). With the defense in control, Matt Mordini’s first half strike turned out to be all North needed to beat the Raiders 1-0 and set up a quarterfinal against Hock rival Oliver Ames.
“I thought we played our brand of soccer and we had to possess a little more than we normally do and I thought we did a really nice job,” said North coach Geoff Burgess. “We’re still missing the timing of our runs forward to get in behind, but that’s always been a work in progress. We defended well. I think they had one legitimate chance where they go in behind us.”
The hosts started the game well, moving the ball around and keeping possession, but failed to generate any chances, whether it was a shot or just putting the ball into the penalty area. The North back line of Jeremy Folan, Donovan Carter, Justin Silva, and James Bush kept everything in front of them and bottled up the Somerset-Berkley forwards.
Defending began in the midfield, where the Rocketeers kept up the pressure and consistently stymied attacks high up the pitch.
Burgess explained, “That has come from our preparations for Milford. We know how good their midfield is so we worked really hard on our midfield defending. If we can hang with that midfield, there isn’t a midfield that is going to outrun us or outperform us.”
North’s offense was relying on quick transitions to get the ball to Mordini up top. It proved to be effective, as the Rocketeers had several chances to grab the lead in the opening 20 minutes.
Joey Coscarella played a ball into Andrew Tolfa in the center of the field and his pass to Matt Conley on the right wing caused confusion between the defender and goalie. Conley nearly pounced on the loose ball but the keeper was able to dive on it and cover. Two minutes later Mordini was played in behind the left back by an Alex Pfeffer flick, but his shot was sliced well wide.
In the 31st minute, North had a deserved lead. It came from a quick break out to Conley on the righthand side. He cut inside of the fullback and teed up Mordini on the edge of the box. The striker took a touch before finding the bottom corner.
“Mordini is a work in progress,” Burgess said. “He was playing outside left early on and we moved him to that striker position and kind of moved some pieces around. I think he’s a budding striker. He has good instincts and he’s got a pretty good shot.”
Somerset-Berkley closed the half with a flurry, registering its only two shots on goal. Briere had to be out quick to block a chance for the forward in the right channel and then was able to make a diving stop on a powerful header off a corner. The ball pinballed around in the box for a minute and the Raiders started to celebrate a goal only to have it wiped away for a foul.
North could have been excused for trying to lock things down in the second half and just hold onto its one-goal lead, but instead the Rocketeers dominated the ball and had numerous opportunities to double the advantage. Burgess admitted that it was nerve-wracking watching chance after chance go by without a second goal.
“You know how that goes, a missed opportunity down here turns into a set piece or something down there and what happens, you give up that lead you’ve had all game long,” Burgess joked. “I was proud of the boys.”
The first chance fell to Mordini, who rose highest to meet a Tolfa free kick, but his header flashed wide of the post. Three minutes later James Sales played a give-and-go with Coscarella on the edge of the box to create shooting space, but he dragged his shot inches wide. The duo combined again just minutes later with Sales forcing a save from the keeper.
Mordini ended up with North’s best chance of the second half when the Raiders defender and keeper allowed a ball to bounce between them. He nicked the ball away and had a wide open goal to aim for, but only found the side netting.
Coscarella took advantage of a poor goal kick to have a left-footed shot that was saved, Tolfa tried his luck from 30 yards and his dipping shot flew narrowly over the bar, and Conley got in behind the left back only to have two players run offsides as he tried to pass it across the goal.
It turned out the one goal was enough and North Attleboro (9-6-4) celebrated a playoff victory and the chance to take on the Kelley-Rex division champion Oliver Ames on Thursday night.
Burgess said, “I’m excited about Thursday because we play them tough and these guys are motivated.”
NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. – North Attleboro entered Thursday night’s Div. 1 South opening round match against New Bedford at the Pickering Gym as the higher seed and the favorite, but Halloween turned out to be more trick than treat for Big Red.
The Whalers took control of the match from the start, as sophomore Germinal Tagne proved to be too much to handle for the North defense, and rolled to a comprehensive 3-0 (25-15, 25-22, 25-18) sweep that abruptly ended the season for the Davenport division runner-up.
“We always give credit where credit’s due,” said North coach Kim Hallahan about the Whalers. “I thought they were incredible. They didn’t let any balls hit the floor. They fought for every single point and they’re fantastic. They have a really, really good team.”
Tagne was a force right from the opening point, recording nine kills, a block, and an ace in the first set. North recently won a five-set thriller at Canton and it was the block against Bulldogs star hitter Taylor Harris that drew plaudits from the opponents, but nothing that the Rocketeers did seemed to slow Tagne down, as she scored from both the front and back lines.
It was close for a while at the start, but New Bedford pulled away by winning 7-of-8 points to push the lead to 15-7. Every time that North started to get close, Tagne stepped up. She won back-to-back points to end a run and make it 19-12 and it was her ninth kill of the set that sealed the lead for the visitors.
The lone bright spot for the Rocketeers (13-6) in the opening set was senior hitter Kylie Melanson, who had six kills and seemed to be picking the back corner with every hit.
“Kylie all season has been our No. 1 and I’m glad she pulled through for us tonight and she was dependable,” said Hallahan. “We have so many great hitters, but it just didn’t work for us tonight.”
After being dominated in the first, North needed a response. The hosts came out flying in the second set, winning 10 of the first 12 points to take a commanding lead. Along with Melanson, North also got a kill from Grace Munleyand three straight aces from libero Brooke Street during that stretch.
Setter Hayley Gaskin was starting to spray the ball around and, after Abby Gallagher had a pair of kills to help extend the advantage to 16-7, New Bedford was forced into a timeout. It looked like North had woken up and it was going to be a much more even match.
New Bedford had other ideas. The Whalers rattled off nine straight points to tie the game and put North on its heels. Munley struck to put North back in front at 18-17, but then a Tagne kill and a block by middle hitter Jessica Dias gave New Bedford the lead.
Hallahan explained, “Unfortunately that’s kind of what happens with us. When they get one, we kind of get down on ourselves and they just keep getting more and more and more and we can’t seem to get ourselves out of that funk. I think that’s what happened to us tonight too. We couldn’t snap out of it.”
It was obvious that this was going to be a critical point in the match and North again responded to the challenge with a pair of service points for Street. Tagne got back-to-back points, but then Joanna Collins-Bilyeu earned a point with a well-placed push. The crowd was into it and North had energy, but a Dias kill and then a shot into the net put North in an 0-2 hole.
The Whalers knew the victory was in their grasp and they didn’t let up in the third. After Morgan Correia’s serve hit the top of the net and dropped to the court untouched, New Bedford led 18-9. The Rocketeers wouldn’t quit though, as Melanson got a kill to and then won back-to-back service points.
A long rally ended with a Dias block to make it 22-12, but North then rolled off six straight points to pull back within four. Collins-Bilyeu had a kill and a service point during the run, but it was brought to a halt by another blast by Tagne off the block. New Bedford won the final two points to book its place in the second round.
“We don’t like to use excuses but I think nerves got the best of us,” Hallahan admitted. “I think we were a little nervous coming in, playoffs, it was pretty big. I thought that it would work out in our favor because we had a home game, but I think we were just nervous and we didn’t really play our game.”
The Rocketeers’ final two opponents — Foxboro and Mansfield — head into their season finale’s needing points to qualify for the state tournament. The Warriors, who visited Beaupre Field on Tuesday afternoon, needed one point (a draw or win) while Mansfield needs a win on Thursday afternoon.
North Attleboro passed its first test, scoring a goal in each half to secure a 2-0 win over Foxboro and deny the Warriors a postseason berth.
“You go down against them, how many goals have they’ve given up all year? Not many,” said Foxboro head coach Joe Franchino. “They stay compact and keep it tight. To be fair, they were the better team. Our passing was just a little bit off, I think our intensity from the start wasn’t there. So give credit to them, they came out and beat us today.”
The hosts, who entered the contest with a playoff berth secured via a second-place finish in the Davenport, learned a valuable lesson from their first matchup with Foxboro. Despite taking an early lead, North Attleboro saw the Warriors score back-to-back goals to earn a comeback win.
“We’ve had moments where we scored first, like we did against them last time, and fell asleep,” Burgess said. “So we’ve been really conscious about that. But when we [get a lead] and decide to park the bus, we’re pretty confident. We knew they were going to push because they had to, and as soon as we scored that just kind of fed right into the game plan.
“We saw on film where there were moments that [Foxboro] defended with two guys. I know [Matt] Mordini is faster than half of the defenders in the league, and I know [Matt] Conley is faster than all the defenders in the league. So that gives us a great chance to surprise people.”
This time around, the Warriors need to score played right into the game plan of the hosts. With a defense-first mentally, the Rocketeers’ counter-attack style led to a handful of breakout chances, mostly in the second half after taking a 2-0 lead.
Despite missing out on a golden chance three minutes into the game, the Rocketeers did jump in front on their second chance which came in the 24th minute. Goalie Kyle Briere launched a deep ball over the top of the Foxboro defense that Joey Coscarella made a run onto. The bounce eluded Coscarella, but the run drew a defender free of Matt Mordini, who was able to just get his shot off before the oncoming keeper, placing it into the top corner for a 1-0 lead.
Foxboro’s best chances of the opening half came off free kicks. Junior Dylan Barreira put a shot on goal from 20 yards out but Briere (eight saves) was in position for the stop. Joe Cusack set up the other chance in the 34th minute, putting a free kick into the area but Tim Behn’s bid was over the bar.
“It seemed like we were building out of the back in the first half and we just couldn’t find that final pass,” Franchino said. “They were putting a lot of pressure on our back four. I think we were off in completing passes, breaking lines in the middle third. We didn’t try to play direct, there was some space behind but we didn’t have the intensity. But give credit to North, they came and played well today.”
The game really opened up after North Attleboro doubled its lead just under four minutes into the second half. Mordini played a ball wide to Matt Conley, who got a touch to center the ball and Coscarella latched onto a half volley, finding the bottom right corner to make it 2-0.
From that point on, the Rocketeers had a handful of chances to add to its lead but couldn’t solve Foxboro keeper Dylan Tierney (10 saves). Foxboro had its share of chances but only came up with a pair of serious threats against Briere.
Just minutes after the second goal, another long ball from Briere found Mordini but Tierney made a big one-on-one stop and the rebound fell back into the keepers’ arms. Six minutes later, North senior Alex Pfeffer got a hold of a clearance that forced Tierney into a terrific diving save.
Foxboro junior Jeremy Neale kept the game at a two-goal deficit in the 55th minute by clearing a chance off the line. After Tierney made the initial stop on Coscarella, Mordini’s follow up chance was inches away from crossing the line until Neale intervened.
A change in formation led to more chances for Foxboro over the final 20 minutes. Cusack found Barreira at the back post on a free kick, but Barreira’s high touch was corralled by Briere. Two minutes later, Barreira had back-to-back free kick chances but the first was saved by Briere and the second just skipped wide at the post.
With Foxboro pushing, North’s counter-attack was on as Conley got in behind on a partial breakaway but Tierney came up with another big stop.
Barreira, who was almost always surrounded by a sea of red jerseys, had a shot blocked in the 67th and the loose ball fell to Will Morrison, but his blast went over the bar in the 67th minute. Max Beigel played a quick 1-2 with Barreira but his shot from atop the area was gobbled up in the 75th minute.
Briere put an exclamation point on the shutout with a terrific diving save in the 78th minute, robbing Barreira on a free kick from just outside the area.
“That was a big part coming in, we knew they’d come at us full boar cause they needed the game, they needed a point,” Burgess said. “Mansfield is in the same situation on Thursday so we have a chance to treat both of these games like playoff games. I think it’s great preparation going forward.
“We focused on taking Barreira out of the game, we moved [James] Sales to a different position, he was playing the six instead of the 10. Every set piece, he was always around Barreira, because he killed us last time as he probably he does a lot of teams.”
With Foxboro needing just a point entering the game, Franchino was asked if there was any thought about playing a similar defensive-first style that North plays, but the head coach noted the team was looking for a win to get in.
“That’s not the style we play, we could have had a draw to go through but for me, I was looking to not play the number one seed and get over [North Attleboro], that was my mentality, that’s always my mentality,” Franchino said. “We could have [sat back from the beginning], but I think we if set back, and with the intensity we didn’t have, we would have gotten bombarded. I want to win the game, want to be confident and try to instill that in my players.”
North Attleboro (8-5-3 Hockomock, 8-6-3 overall) will host Mansfield in both teams’ regular season finale on Thursday. The Hornets are unbeaten in seven straight with four straight wins and need a fifth straight in order to qualify for the state tournament. Foxboro finishes the season at 7-8-3.
The Hockomock League held its annual cross country championships on Saturday morning at the Wrentham Development Center. Below are Hockomock cross-country championship team and individual results.
1. Oliver Ames – 66
2. King Philip – 82
3. Franklin – 93
4. Mansfield – 119
5. Taunton – 123
6. Milford – 129
7. Sharon – 148
8. Attleboro – 167
9. North Attleboro – 244
10. Canton – 292
11. Foxboro – 301
12. Stoughton – 361
1. Mike Griffin, King Philip – 15:37.64
2. Tyler Brogan, Franklin – 15:55.97 2
3. Nicholas Calitri, Franklin – 15:58.77
4. Mike Norberg, King Philip – 16:05.19
5. Kyle Sarney, Oliver Ames – 16:08.98
6. Owen Mullahy, Mansfield – 16:17.63
7. Ty Cali, Taunton – 16:26.14
8. Ryan Proulx, Foxboro – 16:35.51
9. Mike Mullahy, Mansfield – 16:39.92
10. Max Manor, 12 Milford – 16:42.03
11. Rory Mclaughlin, Oliver Ames – 16:42.94
12. Declan Walmsley, Franklin – 16:44.77
13. Owen Mcmorrow, Oliver Ames – 16:57.16
14. Nolan Tavares, Taunton – 16:58.77
15. Dan Botte, King Philip -17:13.85
16. Jovan Joseph, King Philip – 17:15.35
17. Nate Reservitz, Oliver Ames – 17:23.93
18. Liam Bennett, Milford – 17:27.17
19. Francis Wenner, Attleboro – 17:31.56
20. Owen Nipoti, Oliver Ames – 17:32.17
21. James Kong, Sharon – 17:33.50
22. James Comisky, Milford – 17:37.21 22
23. Daniel Nobrega, North Attleboro – 17:37.30
24. Colin Quinlan, Taunton – 17:37.90
25. Siddharth Reddy, Sharon – 17:38.39
26. Mark Starovoytov, Sharon – 17:38.85
27. Brayden Cali, Taunton – 17:39.23
28. Ben Giffen, Mansfield – 17:41.13
29. Alex Ramirez, Oliver Ames – 17:42.65
30. Ethan Sylvia, Attleboro – 17:43.60
31. Collin Stevens, Mansfield – 17:43.61
32. Kyle Downing, Canton – 17:43.96
33. Griffin Sieczkiewicz, Franklin – 17:44.09
34. Bradley Weiss, Sharon – 17:49.83
35. Zack Martin, Attleboro – 17:52.29
36. Neil Bowie, Attleboro – 17:55.20
37. Joey Looney, Oliver Ames – 17:55.77
38. Ryan Sarney, Oliver Ames – 17:57.14
39. Christopher Galligan, North Attleboro – 17:57.73
40. Samuel Vilt, Milford – 17:58.57
41. Gabriel Pardo Cota, Milford – 17:59.19
42. Gabriel Soares, Milford – 18:01.07
43. Jacob Dubin, Sharon – 18:03.27
44. Camden Harrington, Franklin – 18:03.68 43
45. Mark Butters, Milford – 18:04.33
46. Tim Corkery, Mansfield – 18:04.68
47. Nate Farkash, King Philip – 18:05.13
48. Sean Cataloni, Attleboro – 18:06.68 47
49. Ryan Andrews, King Philip – 18:12.23
50. Brendan Weddleton, King Philip – 18:13.07
51. Zachary Stromfors, Attleboro – 18:13.41
52. Jack Pawlowski ,Taunton – 18:13.85
53. Griffin Gouck, North Attleboro – 18:14.15
54. Joshua Anderson, Franklin – 18:15.97
55. Alex Towle, Franklin – 18:16.73
56. Alexander Tao, Sharon – 18:17.53 55
57. Michael Williams, Sharon – 18:23.43 56
58. James Schlenker, Mansfield – 18:24.48
59. Ryan Strawbridge, Taunton – 18:24.85
60. Matthew Letourneau, Taunton – 18:25.39
61. David Fiedorczyk, Oliver Ames – 18:26.19
62. Lee Casstevens, Attleboro – 18:26.36
63. Alex Maddestra, Canton – 18:26.94
64. Colin Ozturk, Stoughton – 18:27.05
65. Jack Clifford, Franklin – 18:28.17
66. Wyatt Fritchman, Oliver Ames – 18:30.42
67. Joshua Tiews, Attleboro – 18:31.72
68. Peter Milne, Canton – 18:31.97
69. Connor Kucich, Franklin – 18:33.96
70. Jordan Saks, Sharon – 18:34.36
71. Jack Hernon, Canton – 18:36.27
72. Steven Westgate, Taunton – 18:43.78
73. William Bradley, North Attleboro – 18:44.11
74. Mark Carlson, North Attleboro – 18:44.82
75. Balint Mihajlovits, Sharon – 18:44.95
76. Ryan Rispoli, Mansfield – 18:46.94
77. Matt Difiore, King Philip – 18:48.34
78. Noah Hurd, King Philip – 18:49.79
79. Jake Parkman, Foxboro – 18:53.10
80. Casey Poirier, North Attleboro – 18:53.20
81. Ryan Field, Attleboro – 18:56.80
82. Jack Maclaughlin, North Attleboro – 18:58.21
83. Dan Kipp, Mansfield – 18:59.58
84. Lucas Desousa, Taunton – 19:01.17
85. Anthony Cardosa, Mansfield – 19:03.64
86. Chris Leonard, Mansfield – 19:05.84
87. Robert Currier, Stoughton – 19:07.99
88. Zachary Olivera, Taunton – 19:11.54
89. Chris Rota, Canton – 19:12.96
90. Clancy Golden, Franklin – 19:13.98
91. Barry Spoto, Sharon – 19:15.08
92. Sebastian Malek, Stoughton – 19:19.91
93. Nicolas Olson, Foxboro – 19:21.93
94. Ben Kelley, Attleboro – 19:21.98
95. Liam Cody, Foxboro – 19:22.45
96. Andrew Noke, King Philip – 19:28.09
97. Connor Callahan, Foxboro – 19:32.78
98. Aiden Castillo, Stoughton – 19:49.88
99. Aidan Judge, North Attleboro – 19:50.73
100. Michael Henriques, Stoughton – 19:53.35
101. Jared Ciora, Foxboro – 19:58.74
102. Isaiah Mchoul, North Attleboro – 20:36.19
103. Joshua Mcnamara, Stoughton – 20:38.90
104, Sohil Apte, Canton – 20:59.49
105. Kyle Wanless, Canton – 21:02.40
106. Matt Hart, Canton – 21:16.37
107. Ronan Himelrick, Canton – 21:18.60
108. Jackson Sylvestre, Foxboro – 21:22.03
109. Gabriel Laboy, Stoughton – 21:26.85
110. William Atwood, North Attleboro – 21:48.06
1. Sharon – 74
2. Franklin – 90
3. Oliver Ames – 138
4. King Philip – 139
5. Taunton – 147
6. Foxboro – 150
7. Mansfield – 156
8. Milford – 158
9. Attleboro – 185
10. North Attleboro – 191
11. Canton – 227
12. Stoughton – 310
1. Abby Hassman, Foxboro – 18:52.34
2. Daphne Theiler, Sharon – 19:41.21
3. Juliana Dudziak, Sharon – 19:45.48
4. Maya Evans, King Philip – 19:51.50
5. Emma Lawrence, Milford – 19:53.46
6. Tessa Lancaster, Mansfield – 20:04.98
7. Catherine O’Donnell, Oliver Ames – 20:05.32
8. Meghan Reardon, Oliver Ames – 20:08.70
9. Kelly Neuendorf, Attleboro – 20:28.32
10. Sydney Hawkins, Franklin – 20:33.36
11. Abha Chaudhara, Sharon – 20:36.55
12. Sarah Giuliano, Franklin – 20:44.11
13. Sara Comisky, Milford – 20:47.73
14. Jenn Yeomans, Foxboro – 20:49.64
15. Kimberly Esteban, Attleboro – 20:51.01
16. Jessica Alestock, Mansfield – 20:52.20
17. Rebecca Lally, Stoughton – 21:02.02
18. Caitlyn Casey, Franklin – 21:08.92
19. Nia Mainer-Smith, Taunton – 21:09.78
20. Melissa Sapini, North Attleboro – 21:11.52
21. Meg Sherwood, King Philip – 21:17.81
22. Emma Lamson, Mansfield – 21:24.23
23. Margaret Li, Sharon – 21:27.62
24. Charlene Peng, Franklin – 21:32.05
25. Lily Valcovic, Taunton – 21:34.92
26. Liliana Duffy, Franklin – 21:38.47
27. Julia Sarro, Oliver Ames – 21:39.00
28. Marie Messinger, – 21:40.67
29. Ava Pisani, King Philip – 21:44.76
30. Olivia Dias, Taunton – 22:02.05
31. Tat Mainer-Smith, Taunton – 22:05.28
32. Natalie Kaiser, North Attleboro – 22:05.39
33. Dayna Aubin, King Philip – 22:07.11
34. Shruti Srinivasan, North Attleboro – 22:08.77
35. Berta Faktorovich, Sharon – 22:11.69
36. Ruth Ann Mulvey, Franklin – 22:12.47
37. Emily Steele, Foxboro – 22:13.30
38. Angelina Perez, Franklin – 22:15.26
39. Kayla Wong, Canton – 22:16.13
40. Audria Hawkins, Franklin – 22:17.63
41. Johanna Boumeister, Canton – 22:21.19
42. Anya Doherty, Foxboro – 22:22.88
43. Emma Nelson, Franklin – 22:25.22
44. Olivia Weber, Taunton – 22:25.81
45. Ava Lerman, Oliver Ames – 22:26.24
46. Alexis Marcolini, Milford – 22:27.98
47. Emily Manning, North Attleboro – 22:29.35
48. Sydney Kalil, Milford – 22:30.29
49. Jazyl Miller-Villanueva, Attleboro – 22:32.84
50. Kailey Melito-Santos, Taunton – 22:35.41
51. Diana Blouin, Attleboro – 22:36.98
52. Kerry O’Connor, Milford – 22:38.00
53. Olivia Forbes, North Attleboro – 22:38.85
54. Juliette Tao, Sharon – 22:42.68
55. Abigail Simmons, King Philip – 22:43.59
56. Kiersten Chan, Oliver Ames – 22:54.42
57. Devin Anderson, Mansfield – 22:57.84
58. Erin Regnier, King Philip – 22:59.96
59. Abigail Meader, King Philip – 23:02.86
60. Amy Conley, Foxboro – 23:06.36
61. Hayley Windvogel, Mansfield – 23:08.09
62. Erica Boone, Canton – 23:14.20
63. Kelly Colleran, North Attleboro – 23:19.37
64. Kate Kelleher, Canton – 23:20.96
65. Ella Isleib, Oliver Ames – 23:23.33
66. Anne Riley, Mansfield – 23:28.06
67. Sydney Brady, Franklin – 23:37.67
68. Rachel Paul, Oliver Ames – 23:44.84
69. Kavya Anbarasu, Sharon – 23:45.49
70. Julianna Parsons, Attleboro – 23:55.78
71. Lilia Angelone, King Philip – 23:57.95
72. Jenna Zeoli, Oliver Ames – 24:02.02
73. Quinlan Kiley, Taunton – 24:04.16
74. Johanna Holmes, Oliver Ames – 24:04.25
75. Morgan Coleman, Attleboro – 24:05.38
76. Brittany Silverman, Milford – 24:12.24
77. Sierra Robison, Sharon – 24:17.17
78. Haley Braga, Oliver Ames – 24:20.37
79. Samantha Greco, Mansfield – 24:22.13
80. Elaine McCarty, Stoughton – 24:24.20
81. Julia Miller, Mansfield – 24:25.67
82. Leah Vigevani, King Philip – 24:42.12
83. Sophia Delvecchio, King Philip – 24:46.62
84. Phylicia Dias, Taunton – 24:49.84
85. Jessica Maddalena, Stoughton – 24:56.67
86. Lauren Iolli, Taunton – 24:58.67
87. Julia Franey, Stoughton – 24:59.85
88. Grace Benton, Mansfield – 25:00.56
89. Lauren Sullivan, Canton – 25:00.86
90. Amanda Hanewich, North Attleboro -25:09.72
91. Kathryn Watson, Milford – 25:40.36
92. Kate Pease, Milford – 25:51.87
93. Fiona Jorden, Milford – 26:00.20
94. Stephanie Goulet, Milford – 26:22.71
95. Sarah Doherty, Stoughton – 27:47.44