Hockey = Oliver Ames, 1 @ Franklin, 4 – Final
"Former Franklin goalie Sean Bertoni (Class of 2002) made his first return to his alma mater as a head coach on Saturday night, leading Oliver Ames into Pirelli Veterans Arena with a chance to take control of the Kelley-Rex title race.
But it was current Panthers netminder Cam Benham that stole the headlines and the two points with a 40-save performance that helped Franklin claim a 4-1 victory and control of its own destiny as it seeks to clinch a sixth straight league championship.
“That’s the goaltender that we need every night,” said Franklin coach Chris Spillane. “We’re looking forward to Cam getting on a roll. He had a shutout the other night, played unbelievable for us tonight, made some really big saves, and kept us in the game.”Continue reading the hockey game recap by Josh Perry online
Wrestling = Hockomock League Championships (@ Oliver Ames)
"Franklin had three individual champions, two second place finishes and four more grapplers finish third or fourth to win the team title at the Hockomock League Wrestling Championships at Oliver Ames on Saturday.
The Panthers registered 218.5 points, edging out North Attleboro (212.5 points) and Foxboro (200.5 points).
Franklin’s Ian Bakalars won the 113 title with a 6-2 decision, Mike Racca notched a first round pin to win the 120 title and Dylan Maclean earned the 145 title with a pin. Jordan Carlucci (106) and Brian Perry (285) had second place finishes, Evan Hernandez (182) and Kyler Colella (195) each came in third and TJ Remillard (126) and Brian Farrell (132) both placed fourth."
Continue reading the wrestling recap by Ryan Lanigan online
Additional photos from the wrestling Championships by HockomockSports
|The team came in first winning the tournament and becoming Hockomock Champions!!! #FHSWrestle #cvvtrszn|
Indoor Track results from the State Coaches Meet
Via the Twitterverse
The team came in first winning the tournament and becoming Hockomock Champions!!! #FHSWrestle #cvvtrszn pic.twitter.com/dhbHs3nAIS— Franklin Wrestling (@FHSWrestle) January 28, 2017
1st, Bakalars, Racca, and MacLean. 2nd, Carlucci and Perry. 3rd, Hernandez and Colella #FHSWrestle pic.twitter.com/FN7JWGcnT6— Franklin Wrestling (@FHSWrestle) January 28, 2017
Lots of great races, PRs, and trips to the podium today at the Coaches Invitational! pic.twitter.com/VOuUanRHe7— Meredith Flynn (@mer_flynn) January 28, 2017
New School Record in the 4x200 - 1:46.56, Atkinson, Pierre, Cummings, Kroushl. Awesome job ladies!— Coach Bailey (@FranklinHSXC) January 28, 2017
After third round, Carlucci, Bakalars, Racca, MacLean, and Perry are in the finals with Franklin in 1st with 166.5 points #FHSWrestle— Franklin Wrestling (@FHSWrestle) January 28, 2017
Girls 4x800 gets first at the Coaches Invitational with a 9:32.44! Congrats 🏅🏆🥇 pic.twitter.com/1LPOB0Sztn— Coach Bailey (@FranklinHSXC) January 28, 2017
After second round 10 out of the 14 line up move on to the semi finals. Franklin is in first with 80.5 points— Franklin Wrestling (@FHSWrestle) January 28, 2017
After the first round 13 out of the 14 line up move on #FHSWrestle— Franklin Wrestling (@FHSWrestle) January 28, 2017