Tuesday, October 3, 2023

FHS girls soccer, field hockey, and golf teams all post wins on Monday

Via Twitter and our subscription to HockomockSports.com, we share the results of the fall sports competition for Franklin High School on Monday, Oct 2, 2023.

Boys Soccer = Franklin, 0 @ Attleboro, 0 – Final 
– In a battle of the top two teams in the Kelley-Rex division, Franklin and Attleboro finished scoreless after a hard-fought battle. Joshua Codella, Jaeden Beland, Zack Diffenderfer, and Mason Prive played well defensively for the Bombardiers.

Girls Soccer = Attleboro, 0 @ Franklin, 8 – Final 
– Morgan Lovell and Anya Zub each scored twice to lead the Panthers to a big win that keeps them within one game of league-leading KP. Selene Hammad had three points (one goal and two assists), while Kelly O’Connor and Olivia Costa each had a goal and an assist. Ava Villella also found the back of the net, her second goal in the past three games. McKenna Lovell assisted one of her sister’s goals and Alli Powderly, Cailyn Bruno, and Cassidy Carmignani each recorded assists.

Field Hockey = Attleboro, 0 @ Franklin, 10 
– Final – Franklin scored six goals in the first half, including a big four-goal second quarter, on its way to a win over Attleboro. Six Panthers found the back of the net led by a hat trick from Raena Crandall and two goals apiece from Haley Wernig and Chloe Essam. Emily Carney (two assists), Sophia Cuneo, and Sawyer Whitmore each scored once for Franklin.

Volleyball = Attleboro, 3 @ Franklin, 0 – Final
Ryan Lanigan, founder and Editor-in-Chief of HockomockSports.com, provides the game recap:
"Attleboro entered the season with two of the best players in the state on its roster in senior setter Natalie Brojek and junior Julia Leonardo, and now the emergence of junior Addie Shelton is taking the Bombardiers to the next level.

Shelton recorded a match-best 17 kills and gave the Bombardiers a huge boost in a come-from-behind second set, helping Attleboro secure a key Kelley-Rex sweep (25-22, 25-23, 25-22) on the road over Franklin.

“She’s stepped up three notches since last year, it’s been huge for us,” said Attleboro head coach Mary Katherine Runey. “She’s a quiet leader on the court and she’s really made sure she’s seeing the block, seeing the defense and being really strategic with where she places the ball. When she plays defense well, she’s swinging well. She’s a game changer when it comes to our offense when she’s hot.”"
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Golf = Franklin, 141 @ Attleboro, 148 – Final 
– Franklin’s depth was on full display as the Panthers had eight golfers shoot under 40 on the day in a win over a competitive Attleboro squad. Junior Caden Sullivan had eight pars and birdied the fourth to shoot a medalist round of one-under par 34. CJ Steel had a birdie on the fifth hole to finish with an even par 35, and Liam Lewandowski and Jack Nelson rounded out the scoring by each scoring 36. Zach Langevin (37), Rocco Lampasona (38), Matt Miller (38), and Ben Paterson (39) each shot under 40 as well. Attleboro’s Dane Holske and Brad Lehtonen each shot 36 for the Bombardiers.

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