Sunday, February 16, 2020

“I think it validated that we’re here to play”

Josh Perry, Managing Editor of, provides the game recap for the FHS girls basketball win vs Bridgewater-Raynham in the Comcast Classic Tournament in Woburn this weekend. FHS plays their next game at 3:30 PM on Sunday Mondayvs. Cathedral.
"Running through a perfect league campaign and putting up an average margin of victory of more than 30 points per game has earned Franklin a consensus No. 1 ranking in the state. On Saturday night at Woburn High, the Panthers had the chance to show if they could be that dominant against one of the state’s other top teams.

Franklin answered the bell and then some, leading right from the opening whistle and never letting up to earn a 58-41 victory against Div. 1 title contender Bridgewater-Raynham.

“We talked a lot about playing in a big game,” said Franklin coach John Leighton. “The lights are brighter, the crowd’s bigger and that’s fine. We believe in what we do. We need to adapt to whoever we’re playing and see what we can do.”

He added, “When you play teams of this caliber, you get to really find out who you are. You play some teams and the game’s over kind of early, the kids don’t go all four quarters so it’s a different look.”
Continue reading the article online

For a photo gallery:

FHS Elizabeth Wilson passes to Erin Quaile (Josh Perry/
FHS Elizabeth Wilson passes to Erin Quaile (Josh Perry/

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