Girls Basketball = Franklin, 43 @ Coyle and Cassidy, 53 – Final
Wrestling = Franklin, 64 @ St. John’s Shrewsbury, 6 – Final
Boys Indoor Track (@ Reggie Lewis) = Franklin, 73 vs. Taunton, 27 – Final
Girls Indoor Track (@ Reggie Lewis) = Franklin, 69 vs. Taunton, 31 – Final
The indoor track results can be found online
Gymnastics = Sharon, 121.45 @ Franklin, 128.40 – Final
– Franklin junior Mia Lizotte won the all-around for the second straight meet, earning a 34.7 to edge out Sharon’s Ariana Chabot (30.9). Franklin junior Sadie Rondeau placed first on the beam for the Panthers with an 8.35 while freshman Lexi Lupien took second in each the vault, beam, and floor.
Girls Hockey = Canton, 2 @ Franklin, 0 – Final
Josh Perry, Managing Editor of HockomockSports.com provides the game recap:
"It was becoming a frustrating night for the visitors. Canton held a 15-1 edge in shots on goal during the second period against Franklin in Wednesday afternoon’s Hockomock League tilt at Pirelli Veterans Arena, but went into the second intermission locked in a scoreless tie.
Buoyed by the experience of having been in tough, close games many times before, the Bulldogs stuck with their game plan. Kendra Farrelly scored with the first shot on goal of the third period and Maggie Malloy added a second with two minutes left to secure a 2-0 victory and a two-point lead in the league standings.
“It really doesn’t bother us that much because we’ve been in so many of those late games,” said Canton coach Dennis Aldrich. “All through the playoffs there were late goals and we just never feel like we’re out of it. If we don’t win, we just feel like we ran out of time."
|Canton junior Maggie Malloy (27) had a goal and an assist to help Canton beat Franklin and jump to the top of the Hockomock League standings. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)|
Continue reading the girls hockey recap online
Boys Basketball = Franklin, 74 vs. Catholic Memorial, 60 – Final
Joe Clark, HockomockSports.com Student Reporter provides the game recap
"When the teams headed into the lockerroom for the halftime break, it looked as if the game was headed to a classic Franklin-Catholic Memorial finish that would come down to the final minutes.
But instead, Franklin came out swinging in the third quarter, outscoring the Knights 28-15 in the frame en route to a 74-60 win for the Panthers.
The third quarter started out similar to the first half as a back and forth affair. CM’s Kani Glover (seven points) opened the scoring up for the Knights, but Franklin sophomore Chris Edgehill (eight points) quickly responded with a three for the Panthers."Continue reading the boys basketball recap online
Girls hockey photo gallery
For the other results around the Hockomock League
Via the Twitterverse
Proud of all the guys tonight. Total team win! Everyone played a role regardless of minutes played. #oneteam #letitout https://t.co/pmMO63czWx— Coach CJ Neely (@CoachCJNeely) January 4, 2018
So proud! FHS for the win!! We faced A LOT of adversity this week. Competed our hearts out missing 3 of our team mates. Beyond proud of how these girls are stepping up their game!! 2-0 baby lets keep it rolling!! @FHSSports @HockomockSports @MetroWestSports pic.twitter.com/0smF7uwiu8— FHS Gymnastics (@fhs_gymnastics) January 4, 2018
64-6 win over St. John’s Shrewsbury. Pins from Jake Carlucci, Bakalars, Jordan Carlucci, Remillard, Sackley, Smith, Polito, and Coughlin.— Franklin Wrestling (@FHSWrestle) January 4, 2018
Huge win for @_FHSBasketball tonight! Congratulations! Take tomorrow off! pic.twitter.com/3VvbSq8Mbz— FranklinHighSchool (@FranklinHS) January 4, 2018
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