Thursday, January 24, 2019

FHS gymnastics posts two wins, wrestling and girls swimming post wins, girls hockey ties on a busy Wednesday

Via HockomockSports and Twitter, we share the results of the FHS sports action on Wednesday, Jan 23, 2019

Girls Hockey = Franklin, 5 @ Westwood, 5 – Final
– Cassi Ronan scored four goals to put Franklin into the lead, but the Wolverines clawed back in the third period to go in front. Amanda Lewandowski scored with 1:30 on the clock to earn the Panthers a point and keep them unbeaten on the season.

Wrestling = Franklin, 64 @ King Philip, 12 – Final

Boys Swimming = Franklin, 74 @ King Philip, 94 – Final

Girls Swimming = Franklin, 100 @ King Philip, 70 – Final

Gymnastics = Canton, 108.6 @ Franklin, 137.95 – Final
– Franklin sophomore Emma Owens and freshman Kate Rudolph placed first and second, respectively, in the all around to pace the Panthers. Owens scored a 35.55, including a 9.2 on the vault and 9.15 on the beam, while Rudolph had a 35, highlighted by a 9.0 on the vault and 9.0 on the floor.

Gymnastics = Franklin, 137.95 vs. Medway, 131.4 – Final

Boys Hockey = Canton, 3 @ Franklin, 2 – Final
Josh Perry, Managing Editor of, provides the game recap:
"After Canton stormed back from two goals down in the opening two minutes of the third period and with both teams create chance after chance in a fast-paced, end-to-end finish, both teams could have been forgiven for feeling content with going home from Wednesday night’s game at the Pirelli Veterans Arena with a hard-fought point apiece. 
But there was one more twist in this rivalry tale, as a Franklin defensive clearance ricocheted off the skate of the ref and fell right to Canton junior Johnny Hagan. The forward stepped in and ripped a one-timer over the blocker side of Franklin goalie Ryan Cameron to seal a dramatic 3-2 win for the unbeaten Bulldogs. 
“The kid’s got a 101-degree temperature but he wasn’t missing this one,” Canton coach Brian Shuman said of Hagan. “He just grinded it out, he didn’t want to come off the ice, and that’s just typical Johnny Hagan. He’s the fiercest competitor I’ve ever coached.” 
Franklin coach Chris Spillane was understandably frustrated to watch his team let a two-goal lead slip only two minutes after the second intermission."

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FHS Ryan Cameron in goal as there is action around the net ( photo)
FHS Ryan Cameron in goal as there is action around the net ( photo)

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