Boys SoccerNorth Attleboro, 0 @ Franklin, 2 – Final
– Sophomore Nitin Chaudhury played the role of playmaker on Friday afternoon, assisting both of Franklin’s goals. Farley Asmath put the Panthers ahead and Kevin Hall doubled the lead for Franklin, both off of assists from Chaudhury.
Girls SoccerFranklin, 1 @ North Attleboro, 2 – Final
– Nadia Havens opened the scoring for Franklin with a header off a pass by Ellie Teixeira. Haley Guertin scored an unassisted goal to tie it for North eight minutes later. With eight minutes remaining, Kayla Pasquel won the game for the Rocketeers with an unassisted goal.
For the other scores around the Hockomock League on Friday
|Stoughton senior Izon Swain-Price bursts through a big gap created by his offensive line. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)|
"As Stoughton fought its way through the ups and downs of the 2015 season to finish with a 6-5 record, there were plenty of positives and negatives.
One big positive was the experience the players got, mainly the young offensive line. That experience paid off big time on Friday night as the Black Knights dominated up front behind it’s five-senior offensive line en route to a 58-19 statement win over Franklin.
Lino Azul, Ryan Pierre, Andrew Iverson, Harry Kimball and Brendan Walsh paved the way as Stoughton racked up 454 yards rushing and over 500 yards total in the win.
“They all played last year,” Stoughton head coach Greg Burke said. “We played some tough games last year so having a senior line this year, senior lines usually win. They’re just a little stronger, have a little more experience. Now we have the seniors [on the line] so I’m hoping it carries us. The line is key, offensively and defensively.”For the complete write up by Hockomock Sports.Com Editor in Chief Ryan Lanigan