Sunday, December 20, 2015

FHS winter sports compete on a busy Saturday

Saturday was busy with  competition in hockey, indoor track and wrestling for the Franklin High School teams. The boys hockey team won, the girls lost. Both the boys and girls indoor track won their meets. In a quad event at FHS, Franklin went 2-1 in wrestling; beating Salem (NH) and Lawrence but dropping the match to St John's Prep. All the details thanks to Hockomock Sports.

Boys Hockey

Franklin, 4 vs. Bridgewater-Raynham, 1 – Final 
– Alec Gilliatt scored twice, including an empty net goal and Jake Downie and Tyler Oakes also scored for the Panthers.
FHS Panthers
FHS Panthers

Girls Hockey

Franklin, 3 @ Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake, 4 – Final


Franklin Quad (Franklin) 
– Franklin went 2-1 on the day. After starting with a 41-25 setback to St. John’s Prep, Franklin picked up wins over Salem (NH) 60-14 and closed the day with a 35-26 win over Lawrence.

Indoor Track - Boys

Franklin, 53 vs. King Philip, 47 – Final 
– In a close battle, Franklin was able to pull out the win. Luke Gordon was first in the 300M (39.29), Jimmy Robbins was first in the 1000M (2:48.60) and Ryan Spelman had the best time of all teams in the 1 Mile at 4:40.49. Other first place finishes were Spelman in the 2 Mile (10:53.41) and Michael Bullen in the long jump (18-06.75). King Philip’s Sean Garrity had the best 55M dash performance off all 12 schools, taking first in 6.85. Ethan Dunne was first in the 600M (1:33.09) and the 55M hurdles (8.45), Paul Macrina in the shot put (42-05.00) and a league best high jump performance from Michael Roby (5-08.00).

Indoor Track - Girls

Franklin, 78 vs. King Philip, 22 – Final 
– A sophomore finished first in three different events to pace the Panthers. First place finishes for Franklin included second year athlete Jessica Kroushl in the 55M dash (7.61), the 300M (league-best 43.14 [Franklin freshman Halle Atkinson was second in the league at 43.16]) and the long jump (15-08.50), Meghan Doherty in the 600M (1:42.75), Brittany Robinson in the 1000M (league-best 3:09.44), Ella Gutkowski in the 1 Mile (5:45.04), Carly Rondeau in the 2 Mile (13:00.91) and Beth Neal in the 55M hurdles (9.72) and the high jump (league-best 4-10.00). King Philip’s Jayla Millender was first in the shot put (28-00.00).

For all the results around the Hockomock League on Saturday

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