Girls Basketball = Franklin, 73 @ Attleboro, 41 – Final
– The Panthers continued to dominate, particularly on the defensive side of the ball, and remained unbeaten and one game up in the Kelley-Rex standings. Ali Brigham put up 20 points to lead Franklin, which also got 12 points apiece from sophomore forwards Olivia Quinn and Emma Sousa.
Girls Hockey = Franklin, 3 @ Algonquin, 3 – Final
Boys Indoor Track = Oliver Ames, 49 vs. Franklin, 51 – Final
Girls Indoor Track = Oliver Ames, 31 vs. Franklin, 69 – Final
Boys Basketball = Attleboro, 63 @ Franklin, 51 – Final
Ryan Lanigan, founder and Editor-in-Chief of HockomockSports.com, provides the game recap:
"Behind a blazing start and a strong finish, the Attleboro boys basketball team earned a crucial division win on the road in Franklin on Friday night.
Senior Bryant Ciccio ignited the Bombardiers from the start, scoring half of Attleboro’s 22 first quarter points, and the visitors connected on four three-pointers in the opening quarter to build a lead they would never relinquish.
And to finish, it was a 12-2 run that spanned the first six minutes of the fourth quarter that propelled the Bombardiers to a 63-51 decision on the road.
“I think the biggest thing about tonight was that we stuck to the game plan,” said Attleboro head coach Mark Houle. “We weren’t just shooting on the first available shot, we really tried to get some paint shots. We didn’t get a lot but I think working the clock, making them work defensively, and looking to see where we had opportunities on skips and seals, I think that helped us."
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Jv pulled out the W with a nail biter!!! 45-44 over Attleboro! Great job!!— FHS Boys Basketball (@fhsboysbball) January 25, 2020
Tough loss for the Freshmen to a very good Attleboro team!! Chin up boys back at it on Tuesday!!— FHS Boys Basketball (@fhsboysbball) January 25, 2020
|Attleboro senior Bryant Ciccio goes up for a shot against Franklin’s Andrew Cunningham in the third quarter. (Ryan Lanigan/HockomockSports.com)|