Showing posts with label all scholastic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label all scholastic. Show all posts

Saturday, January 15, 2022

Boston Globe All Scholastics for Fall 2021 - FHS well represented!

Catching up to share the Fall season 2021 Boston Globe All-Scholastics for Franklin High School - here we go! #bgfall2021 => High Schools - The Boston Globe  https://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/high-schools/all-scholastics/

Football
  • Jared Arone - FHS | SENIOR - The 6'2" senior quarterbacked the best offensive season in program history with more than 2K passing yards and 28 TDs with just 2 interceptions. The Hockomock All-Star tossed 4 TD passes in state semifinals against Springfield Central. #BGFall2021
  • Mack Gulla - FHS | SENIOR - The Hockomock MVP rushed for more than 1,700 yds with 16 TDs, leading Franklin to a 10-1 season and league title while snapping doubledigit losing streaks to Mansfield and King Philip. Gulla finished his career with 33 touchdowns #BGFall2021
  • Coach of Year -> Eian Bain - DIVISION 1: FHS - his Panthers were perhaps the best public school football team in the state, winning the Hock’s Kelley-Rex Division, reaching the state semifinals and finishing 10-1, including a Thanksgiving W over D2 state finalist KP #BGFall2021
Field Hockey
  • Kaitlyn Carney - FHS | JUNIOR - Despite being the focus of many defenders, the junior found ways to break through, scoring 37 goals with 18 assists, leading all Hockomock scorers. 5 of those goals came in the Panthers’ postseason journey to the state semifinal #BGFall2021
Girls Soccer
  • Anya Zub - FHS | SOPH - After scoring 3 goals and 4 assists as a freshman, the soph’s impressive season (20 goals and 6 assists) was the catalyst of the Panthers’ Hockomock championship. Zub’s scoring touch netted her league all-star and First Team EMass selections #BGFall2021
Volleyball
  • Athlete of YearCailyn Mackintosh - D1: FHS | SENIOR - The Hockomock MVP was the focal point for the Panthers, who earned the top seed in the D1 tournament. Mackintosh registered 535 assists and 70 aces and finished her career with 1,387 assists in 3 varsity seasons #BGFall2021

Monday, June 21, 2021

FHS' Taylor and Flynn named Hockomock League Scholar Athletes

"The Hockomock League Principals and Athletic Directors are pleased to announce the 31st Annual Hockomock League Scholar Athlete Awards. The twenty-four athletes that are being honored have been selected by the Administration of their respective schools and represent the top student athletes in the Hockomock League based on academics, athletic participation, sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship. They have all successfully balanced a demanding academic schedule along with participation in athletics as well as many extra-curricular activities during their high school career. To be selected for this award represents four years of dedication and commitment, and we are proud of all their accomplishments. We hope that these student-athletes will put all of their experiences over the past four years to good use and that those experiences will help guide them through the challenges ahead.

We congratulate the parents and guardians for your contributions and guidance as you have enabled your child to reach this level of excellence. We are certain that the foundation you have given them will carry them through future endeavors."

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2021 SCHOLAR-ATHLETES:
  • ATTLEBORO: Diana Blouin and Michael Strachan Jr.
  • CANTON: Stephanie Trendell and Jack Hernon
  • FOXBORO: Emma Dahl and Christian Cusack
  • FRANKLIN: Katelynn Taylor and Colman Flynn
  • KING PHILIP: Katarina Schneider and Cole Breen
  • MANSFIELD: Lindsay Devine and Jack Taylor
  • MILFORD: Eva Parson and Jack Jansons
  • NORTH ATTLEBORO: Olivia Etienvre and Andrew Faris
  • OLIVER AMES: Samantha Streton and Matthew Nikiciuk
  • SHARON: Brynne Aidlin-Perlman and Kiran Chandrasekaran
  • STOUGHTON: Emily Pham-Nguyen and Nikhil Khond
  • TAUNTON: Olivia Dias and Nolan Tavares 
Via HockomockSports.com

FHS' Taylor and Flynn named Hockomock League Scholar Athletes
FHS' Taylor and Flynn named Hockomock League Scholar Athletes


Thursday, March 25, 2021

FHS Gymnastics' White named by Boston Globe to All Scholastic; Rudolph as Honorable Mention

FHS Gymnastics (@fhs_gymnastics) tweeted on Wed, Mar 24, 2021:
Congratulations to Junior Emma White who has been named both a Boston Herald and Boston Globe All Scholastic!  Your future is bright!  @FHSSports @FranklinHS @FHSPantherbook @FranklinMatters @fhsgymboosters  
Emma White
Emma White
 
Check out the photos of Emma = https://t.co/nTHGgyUyjo
Shared from Twitter: https://twitter.com/fhs_gymnastics/status/1374702692908535812

Congratulations to Junior Kate Rudolph who has been named a Boston Globe All Scholastic Honorable Mention!  Your future is bright! @katerudolph17_  @FHSSports @FranklinHS @FHSPantherbook @FranklinMatters @fhsgymboosters  

 

Kate Rudolph
Kate Rudolph

Check out the photos of Kate =  https://t.co/PX1VATaDpB

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Boston Globe: All Scholastics for Fall 2020

Catching up to the Boston Globe Fall 2020 All Scholastics that were published in the Sunday paper. Two from Franklin received top recognition.


"Nicholas Calitri - FRANKLIN | SENIOR

Calitri helped Franklin finish 5-0 in the Hockomock League and earned league MVP honors. The two-time All-Scholastic placed second at the Hockomock League championship meet (16:07.48 5K) and seventh in the MSTCA Cup race (16:12.8 5K).

Amanda Lewandowski - FRANKLIN | SENIOR

The league MVP (20 goals, 8 assists) saved her best for the biggest moment, scoring the lone goal in the Hockomock Cup-clinching win against King Philip for the 11-0 Panthers. Lewandowski is also a four-year starter on the ice."


The top page for the publication from which you can navigate to each of the fall sports

Boston Globe: All Scholastics for Fall 2020
Boston Globe: All Scholastics for Fall 2020



Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Hockomock League Class of 2020 Scholar-Athletes - FHS - Sarah Spanek and Rohan Herur


The Hockomock League Principals and Athletic Directors proudly announce the Class of 2020 Scholar-Athletes. The global, national, and local struggle against COVID-19 continues, but our persistence and resilience grows in that fight. The unique social situation in which we find ourselves pushes us to find new ways to publicly recognize and salute our heroes. The Class of 2020 will have much to remember about this unprecedented year, and we salute all of our athletes who lost this Spring season.

This week the League would have celebrated its 30th Annual Hockomock League Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner. Today, we are proud to celebrate each of the twenty-four athletes that have earned this League’s honor. Each scholar-athlete has been selected by the Administration of their respective schools and represent the top student-athletes in the Hockomock League based on academics, athletic participation, sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship. They have all successfully balanced a demanding academic schedule along with participation in athletics as well as many other extra-curricular activities during their high school career. To be selected for this award represents four years of dedication and commitment, and we are proud of all their accomplishments.

We hope that these student-athletes will put all of their experiences over the past four years to good use and that those experiences will help guide them through the challenges ahead. We congratulate the parents and guardians, too, for your contributions and guidance as you have enabled your child to reach this level of excellence. We are certain that the foundation you have given them will carry them through future endeavors.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2020 SCHOLAR-ATHLETES:

  • ATTLEBORO: Jacqueline Lynch-Bartek AND Nicholas McMahon
  • CANTON: Caroline Tourgee AND Nathan Quan
  • FOXBORO: Jaime Notarangelo AND Ryan Proulx
  • FRANKLIN: Sarah Spanek and Rohan Herur
  • KING PHILIP: Samantha Robison AND Jack Cannon
  • MANSFIELD: Eliz Healy AND Peter Oldow
  • MILFORD: Annie Flanagan AND Maxwell Manor
  • NORTH ATTLEBORO: Abigail Gallagher AND Owen Harding
  • OLIVER AMES: Allison Kemp AND Sam Stevens
  • SHARON: Eliana Boxerman AND Cameron Baker
  • STOUGHTON: Emma McSweeney AND Joshua McNamara
  • TAUNTON: Kamryn Li AND Nolan Melo

Class of 2020 Scholar-Athletes - FHS - Sarah Spanek and Rohan Herur
Class of 2020 Scholar-Athletes - FHS - Sarah Spanek and Rohan Herur


Shared from
https://hockomocksports.com/hockomock-league-honors-2020-scholar-athletes/



Monday, July 8, 2019

FHS Boston Globe All Scholastics - Spring 2018-2019 Season

The Boston Globe has published their All Scholastics section for the Spring season of 2018-2019. Several Franklin High School athletes were named.

Baseball
Alex Haba = Franklin | Senior
Haba was named team and Hockomock MVP after helping lead the Panthers back to the Super 8. The senior shortstop batted at a .423 clip with 21 RBIs, 30 runs scored, and 27 steals. He will play at Merrimack College.

All Stars: Hockomock
Franklin: Liam Dailey, Scott Elliott, Alex Haba (MVP), Jake Macchi, Brennan Rivera.

Boys Lacrosse
Jacob Alexander = Franklin | Senior
The Hockomock MVP and Bryant commit won a stunning 87 percent of his faceoffs this season, a total of 410 wins. The two-time All-American set a program mark with 1,330 career faceoff wins, adding 38 goals and 41 assists over four seasons.

All Stars: Hockomock
Franklin: Jacob Alexander (MVP), Nitin Chaudhury, Jake Davis, Will Davis, Will Harvey, Ben Kolb, Matt Lazzaro, Pat Morrison.

Girls Lacrosse
Gianna Cameron = Franklin | Junior
Cameron allowed fewer than seven goals per game and stopped more than half the shots that came her way. She finished with 161 saves and led the Panthers to the Division 1 East semifinals. She is committed to Oregon.

Annie Walsh = Franklin | Senior
Walsh amassed 263 goals and 326 points in her career, and was a three-time team MVP and a four-time Hockomock All-Star. She is a three-time All-American and three-time Eastern Mass. All-Star. The midfielder will play at BC.

Softball
All Stars:Hockomock
Franklin: Anna Balkus, Jackie Cherry, Ally Shea.

Boys Outdoor Track
All Stars: Hockomock
Franklin: Tyler Brogan, Nicholas Calitri, Michael Hagen, Cam Harrington, Dylan Kehoe.

Girls Outdoor Track
All Stars: Hockomock
Franklin: Halle Atkinson, Julia Fenerty, Brandi Osborne, Bella Pierre, Samantha Powderly.

Boys Tennis
All Stars: Hockomock
Franklin: Vayshnav Malhotra.Rohan Herur, Vayshnav Malhotra, Liam Marr, Saketh Saripalli.


The complete listing of Boston Globe All Scholastics can be found online
https://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/high-schools/all-scholastics/

FHS Panthers
FHS Panthers

Monday, December 17, 2018

Brogan, Gordon, and McGrath named to the 2018-19 Boston Globe All-Scholastics

The Boston Sunday Globe published the All-Scholastics selection for the Fall 2018 season. We share the Franklin High School student athletes named.

All photos via the Boston Globe

Boys Cross Country

Tyler Brogan
Tyler Brogan
Tyler Brogan

FRANKLIN | JUNIOR

Brogan took second at the Hockomock championships in 15:55. The junior also won the CMI Varsity 1 race by one second over teammate Michael Hagen (16:16) and placed 13th at the Division 1 All-State meet (16:50.77).





For the other Boys cross country selections
https://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/schools/201819/all-scholastics/boys-cross-country

For the Girls cross country selections
https://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/schools/201819/all-scholastics/girls-cross-country


Football

Nick Gordon
Nick Gordon
Nick Gordon

FRANKLIN | SENIOR

The 6-foot, 165-pound senior quarterback tossed a program record 24 touchdowns and his 32 total touchdowns is also a single-season record. Named MVP of the Hockomock League Kelley-Rex Division, Gordon finishes his career with more than 2,000 passing and 400 rushing yards.




For the other Football selections
https://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/schools/201819/all-scholastics/football


Volleyball

Lauren McGrath
Lauren McGrath
Lauren McGrath

FRANKLIN | SENIOR

The shrewd senior setter tallied 547 assists and 31 aces in pacing the Panthers (20-1) to an undefeated regular season and a D1 South finals appearance, earning her Hockomock MVP honors. A three-time league All-Star, she hopes to play in college.




For the other Volleyball selections
https://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/schools/201819/all-scholastics/girls-volleyball

The complete All-Scholastics page
https://www.bostonglobe.com/Sports/HighSchools/specials/all-scholastics/allscholastics

Monday, April 9, 2018

Boston Globe recognizes Loomis, Edgehill and Stott

The Boston Globe published their All Scholastic listing in Sunday's paper. Three Franklin High School athletes were recognized.


"Ashley Loomis = Division 1: Franklin | Senior
To close her dominant high school career, Loomis broke two state records at Division 1 state meet, defending her 200 free title for the third straight year (1:49.00) and the 500 free title for the fourth straight (4:50.76). She will attend Yale.

Chris Edgehill = Franklin | Sophomore
The Hockomock League underclassman of the year averaged 18 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists per game during his sophomore season. The 6-foot point guard led his team to a 22-3 record and second consecutive Division 1 state finals appearance.

Natalie Stott = Franklin | Freshman
The Hockomock All-Star put up some of the state’s best numbers as a freshman, posting eight shutouts to go with a 0.90 GAA and 0.954 save percentage while tending net for a Panthers team that allowed a state-low 18 goals on the year."

The full listing of All Scholastics for the Winter season 2017-2018 can be found online (subscription maybe required)
http://www.bostonglobe.com/Sports/HighSchools/specials/all-scholastics/allscholastics

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pkTgrPb3qoHAE5kCfHORM-tRR7RFODne



FHS Panthers
FHS Panthers