Sunday, February 1, 2015

FHS Sports Saturday: Swimming, Wrestling, Track, Hockey and Basketball results

Hockomock Sports reports on the swimming championship results for the boys and girls:

On Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, two programs that are relatively new to the Hockomock League and that had claimed dual meet titles with undefeated records continued historic seasons by winning each program’s first Hocomock Championship Meet title. 
In front of a packed viewing area at the Milford High pool, the Taunton boys’ won the title with 318.50 points, which was 60 more than the hosts in second, and the King Philip girls swam away with the title by 117 points. The Warriors finished with 407 points with Franklin taking second at 290.
You can find the individual event results here

Hockomock Sports reports on the wrestling championship which was held on Saturday.

Franklin finished fourth overall with 166 and had five second place finishes (Nick Narducci, Mike Copolla, Dan Pisani, Pat Glynn and Bilal Khan) one third place (Mike Racca) and two fourth place finishes (Sean Foley and John Miller).
You can find the remainder of the article including links to over 100 photos here

Hockomock Sports reports on the Indoor Track championships held on Saturday. 

Franklin boys finished 6th and the girls finished 5th. The complete write and top five finishers in each event can be found here

Boys Basketball

Franklin, 74 @ Milford, 46 - Final - Senior Dylan Reno sparked Franklin, leading all scorers with 19 points while junior Tim Prunier was right behind him with 18 points.

Girls Hockey

Franklin, 0 @ Medfield, 4 - Final

The Panthers celebrate with their fans after DJ Shea scored the eventual game-winner for Franklin in the third period. (Josh Perry/
The Panthers celebrate with their fans after DJ Shea scored the eventual game-winner for Franklin in the third period. (Josh Perry/

Boys Hockey

As the buzzer sounded, the official behind the net emphatically pointed to the puck sitting in the back of the goal. Even as the clock read all zeros, Canton was given the lead heading into the third period.

The outrage on the visiting bench carried over into the locker room. But the Panthers, with 17 seniors on the roster, were able to get their focus back on the task at hand and came out of the second intermission set on turning around the deficit against their perennial rival. 
Seniors Nick Downie and DJ Shea each scored goals and senior goalie Ryan Shea made seven of his 29 saves in the third period to help Franklin bounce back on Saturday night at the Metropolis Rink and pull out a 2-1 victory to sweep the season series with Canton.
Read the full article on the Franklin vs. Canton hockey game here

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