Boys Basketball = Oliver Ames, 54 @ Franklin, 57 – Final
– Senior Chris Edgehill scored a season-high 26 points and the Panthers held off a late rally from Oliver Ames to get the win. Oliver Ames held a 17-11 lead after a quarter of play and took a 24-23 advantage into halftime but Franklin used a big third quarter to take the lead for good. The Panthers poured in 23 points in the third with senior Brayden Sullivan scoring nine of his 11 points in the frame and both Edgehill and Steven Karayan hit from three to give Franklin a 46-37 lead heading into the fourth. OA had a shot to tie it at the buzzer but it was off the mark. Evan Craig scored a team-high 13 points for OA, Owen Friel added 12 points, Jay Spillane chipped in with 11 points, and Ryan Burkett added 10 points for the Tigers.
Boys Swimming = King Philip, 67 @ Franklin, 102
[Boys Winter Varsity Swimming] Franklin HS defeats King Philip Rgnl HS, 102 to 67.— FranklinAthletics (@FHSSports) January 18, 2020
I keep praising the swimmers but they are a bite out of our whole @FHSSports crew— Coach Balliro (@coachB_fhs) January 18, 2020
2 losses in league so far: Gymnastics, G&Btrack
1 loss in league so far: Gswim, Bbball, Ghockey
No losses 1 tie: Bhockey
No losses in league so far: Bswim, Bbball & wrestling#keepitup #pantherpride
Girls Swimming = King Philip, 81 @ Franklin, 89
[Girls Winter Varsity Swimming] Franklin HS defeats King Philip Rgnl HS, 89 to 81.— FranklinAthletics (@FHSSports) January 18, 2020
HUGE team win tonight. Each and every person contributed our win! Dory goes to all of the seniors girls for giving countless hours to our team for the last 4 years! We are so proud to call you our team mates! @IsabelC_13 @ally_gagnon @ryandepaolo4 @FHSSports @CoachP_FHSswim pic.twitter.com/nXcUXRAJ6S— FHSGVSWIM! (@fhsgvswim1) January 18, 2020
Girls Basketball = Franklin, 71 @ Oliver Ames, 41 – Final
Josh Perry, Managing Editor of HockomockSports.com, provides the game recap:
As a freshman, Franklin forward Olivia Quinn got to experience life on the varsity team, spending every practice going up against the Panthers star center Ali Brigham during the team’s run to a Div. 1 Central title. That experience seems to have paid off handsomely for the Panthers because Quinn has taken her game to another level this winter.
In a showdown at the Nixon Gym of the top two teams in the Kelley-Rex division, Quinn was unstoppable. She poured in a career-high 32 points, including 23 in the second half, and knocked down five three-pointers, including all four that she took after the break.
Quinn and Brigham combined to score 37 of Franklin’s 41 points in the second half, as the Panthers rolled to a 71-41 victory and grabbed control of first place in the division.
“I thought on offense we executed at a high level, especially in the second half,” Franklin coach John Leighton explained. “We got under control, we didn’t kick the ball around the gym, stopped fouling, and just got good possessions. When they doubled Ali, we moved the ball and kids knocked down open shots.”
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|Franklin sophomore Olivia Quinn scored a career-high 32 points, including 23 in the second half, to lead the Panthers to a big win at OA. (Josh Perry/HockomockSports.com)|
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