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Monday, March 7, 2022

MIAA playoff tickets sold digitally for Round of 16 thru to the Finals

MIAA (@MIAA033) tweeted  Sun, Mar 06, 2022:
As the #MIAA Basketball & Ice Hockey State games move to the Round of 16 & beyond ALL tickets sold digitally though https://t.co/2RSAg00JMV >>this is an easy/efficient manner to get your tickets

shared from Twitter->  https://t.co/hl6y5Eusar

Franklin High School -> https://gofan.co/app/school/MA14576

FHS Panthers
FHS Panthers

Sunday, March 6, 2022

FHS gymnastics take 2nd place in MIAA State Championships

"Here at the #MIAA 2022 Gymnastics State Championships! Thank you Algonquin HS for hosting!! #gameonMIAA" https://t.co/0NICkuu8wp 

MIAA Gymnastics Championships Final:

  • 1) Masconomet, 149.325
  • 2) Franklin, 144.9
  • 3) Wilmington/Bedford, 142.45
  • 4) Reading, 141.275
  • 5) Burlington, 140.1

 

Here at the #MIAA 2022 Gymnastics State Championships
Here at the #MIAA 2022 Gymnastics State Championships

Kat Cornetta's recap of the Championships in the Boston Globe:

"Masconomet had a 3.65 lead going into its final rotation, floor exercise, and built on it with a wide variety of routines. From Emma Quirk’s balletic turn to Brandt’s tribute to Paula Abdul that featured an opening double pike, their skills kept the title firmly in grasp.

Franklin senior Emma White was the day’s most dynamic gymnast, and it propelled the Panthers to second place and earned her the all-around title with a 38.925. White earned a 9.8 on balance beam, with a flawless tumbling series, followed by a moonwalk for good measure. A spirited floor exercise rotation for Franklin was capped by perfect routines by both Kate Rudolph and White, with White hitting both a double back and double pike to earn a 9.75.

“It’s unbelievable what they have been able to accomplish,” Franklin coach Paula Lupien said. “They continue to elevate their skills every time they step into the gym. They did everything they possibly could have today, and I couldn’t ask anything more out of them.”
Continue reading the editorial online (subscription may be required)



FHS team poses with 2nd place trophy
FHS team poses with 2nd place trophy


FHS boys hockey tops Wellesley to advance in D1 playoffs

Via HockomockSports.com, we share the results of the FHS winter sports action on Saturday: 

Boys Hockey - Division 1 = #19 Franklin, 6 @ #14 Wellesley, 2 – Final 
– Dylan Marchand scored a hat trick, helping the Panthers jump out to a 5-0 lead that it would never relinquish, booking a spot in the Round of 16 and a rematch with Hingham. Domenic Lampasona opened the scoring for Franklin after nearly seven minutes and Marchand added a pair of goals in the next two minutes to break the game open. Marchand completed his hat trick a minute into the second and then Ryan Sicchio pounced on a rebound for a power play goal to make it 5-0. Wellesley would get on the board before the end of the period, jumping on a rebound after a pair of stellar saves by Cole Pouliot-Porter. Franklin cleared off a major penalty, but late in the third (again after a couple of Pouliot-Porter saves) Wellesley would add a second. Only seconds later, Ben Jarosz found an empty net to seal the victory. 

For a Photo Gallery from this game -> 

MIAA bracket for D1 hockey ->

FHS players celebrate at the end of the game
FHS players celebrate at the end of the game

Franklin Athletics: Playoff Basketball Doubleheader returns Tuesday, March 8

MIAA Basketball Tournament - Round of 16, Tuesday, March 8
  • FHS Girls host Lincoln Sudbury at 5 PM
  • FHS Boys host Catholic Memorial at 7:15 PM
ALL tickets MUST be purchased on GOFAN. (NO CASH) https://t.co/kJxNhDI8OM

FHS Panthers
FHS Panthers

Saturday, March 5, 2022

Both FHS girls and boys basketball teams advance in playoffs with wins on Friday

Via HockomockSports.com, we share the results of the FHS winter sports action on Friday: 

Boys Basketball - Division 1 = #28 Durfee, 39 @ #5 Franklin, 60 – Final 
– A 15-0 run to start the game and a dominant third quarter highlighted Franklin’s big win over visiting Durfee. Sophomore Henry DiGiorgio made a splash in his first game back after missing five games to finish the season, scoring seven of his 10 points in the first while senior Sean Vinson (14 points) hit a pair of first quarter threes to set the tone early. Justin Allen, Will Tracey, and Andrew O’Neill each hit a three in the second as Franklin established a 31-19 lead at halftime. In the third, the Panthers poured in 21 points while holding the Hilltoppers to just eight to extend the lead to 52-27. Sophomore Sean O’Leary scored half of his 12 points in the third while DiGiorgio added a three for Franklin, who will host #21 Catholic Memorial next week.


Girls Basketball - Division 1 = #27 Braintree, 43 @ #6 Franklin, 69 – Final 
– The Panthers scored the opening 11 points of the game and never let up, rolling to a big win in the first round. Franklin scored 22 points in the first and 20 int the second, building a 42-21 lead at halftime. The lead grew to 30 points after three. Katie Peterson was Franklin’s top scorer with 17 points, 15 of them coming in the first half. Stefany Padula scored nine (six in the first quarter) and Olivia Quinn and Brigid Earley each scored eight. Julia White chipped in with seven points off the bench for the Panthers. Hailey Sherrick was the game’s top scorer with 22 points for the Wamps, 15 in the second half. Franklin will host No. 11 seed Lincoln-Sudbury in the Sweet Sixteen at a date and time to be determined.


Next games for girls and boys basketball   https://twitter.com/FHSSports/status/1499951211356774401

Our next boys and girls basketball games will be played at Franklin High School on Tuesday or Wednesday. A decision will be made this weekend once approved by our opponents and the MIAA.

Both Boys and Girls Basketball teams are advancing to the Round of 16. The only ticket purchase option will be online ticket sales through GoFan.
How to Guide (How to Buy Tickets; How to Validate Mobile Tickets; Accessing and Sharing Tickets  https://get.gofan.co/digital-ticketing-guide


Girls Hockey - Division 2 = #25 Franklin, 0 @ #8 Andover, 4 – Final

For other results around the Hockomock League

FHS Panthers
FHS Panthers

Saturday, February 26, 2022

FHS girls and boys ice hockey team seeded for tournament play

The MIAA playoff brackets were released for tournament play. FHS girls are seeded 25 in D2. The boys are seeded 17 in D1.
  • The girls are slated to play Andover, date/time TBD
  • The boys are slated to play Winchester, date/time TBD
The Franklin portion of both brackets is shared here with links to the online and full versions.

HockomockSports.com posted the seedings/brackets for the league teams



Boys D1 bracket -> http://miaa.statebrackets.com/tmenu.cfm?tid=5780
Boys D1 bracket -> http://miaa.statebrackets.com/tmenu.cfm?tid=5780

FHS Panthers
FHS Panthers

Sunday, February 20, 2022

FHS boys basketball posts a win, girls basketball streak ends; Cheerleaders take 1st, wrestling and Indoor track performances at D1 meets shared

Via HockomockSports.com and Twitter, we share the results of the FHS winter sports action on Saturday:

Boys Basketball = Franklin, 74 vs. Burncoat, 55 – Final
End of 1Q:    Franklin 24    Burncoat 13
Halftime:     Franklin 35    Burncoat 27
End of 3Q:    Franklin 57    Burncoat 36

Girls Basketball = Franklin, 35 vs. Central Catholic, 54 – Final 
– Franklin led 23-20 at halftime but was outscored 34-12 in the second half to end its win streak at 54 games. It was the first loss for the Panthers since the 2019 state semifinal. It was both the most points that the Panthers have allowed this season and the fewest points they have scored. Ashley Dinges scored 24 (14 in the third quarter) and Calire Finney scored 18 (12 in the fourth) to lead the Raiders. Katie Peterson scored 10 points for Franklin, including eight in the first half. Stefany Padula (6-of-7 on free throws) and Olivia Quinn both scored eight points in the loss. Franklin will face Bridgewater-Raynham in the consolation round on Sunday.

For other results around the Hockomock League
https://hockomocksports.com/saturdays-schedule-scoreboard-02-19-22/

Wrestling
Fantastic weekend at D1 states. Carlucci placed 6th. O’Leary placed 4th. Dillon placed 8th. Foley placed 7th. Sheridan placed 6th.

Cheerleaders
Congratulations to our Varsity and JV Cheer teams! Varsity 1st place and JV 2nd place at the Bellingham Invitational!!!!

Indoor Track -D1 Championships
FHS Girls Track Team MIAA D1 T&F Championship Results. 55m hurdles Dumas 4th place setting the FHS Sophomore Record. HJ-Fraulo (12) 3rd , Shot put-DeForge (10) 7th.  4x200-6th,4x400-3rd. The relay members were Fenerty (12), Cliff (10), Dumas (10), Costa (10), and Cuneo (10).

Congrats to FHS sophomores  @lilydeforge11  _ and  @darbynicholson_  for competing today at the MIAA Division 1 Championships.  Shout out to  @lilydeforge11
 for placing 7th!  Great job!  

Lily DeForge takes 7th in shot out with a distance of 33’ 6.5”  https://twitter.com/FranklinHSXC/status/1495120208482164738

Lily DeForge takes 7th in shot out with a distance of 33’ 6.5”
Lily DeForge takes 7th in shot out with a distance of 33’ 6.5”

MIAA D1 Championship Feb 19, 2022


Boys 300 Dash

11 Luke Sidwell 37.35


Girls 600

20 Olivia Costa 1:47.60

23 Riley Fitzpatrick 1:48.61

24 Ella McLaughlin 1:49.73


Boys 600

9 Tyler Powderly 1:25.86


Girls High Jump

3 Ava Fraulo 5-00.00

10 Abigail Griffith 4-10.00


Girls Shot Put

7 Lily Deforge 33-06.50

10 Darby Nicholson 31-09.50


6 Girls 4x200 Meter Relay 1:49.58

1) Sophia Cuneo 2) Sarah Dumas 3) Anna Cliff 4) Jillian Fenerty


13 Boys 4x200 Meter Relay 1:37.83

1) Luke Sidwell 2) Tyler Powderly 3) Joshua Dunlap 4) Ian Sasse


3 Girls 4x400 Meter Relay 4:09.07

1) Olivia Costa 2) Anna Cliff     3) Sarah Dumas 4) Jillian Fenerty


9 Girls 4x800 Meter Relay 10:26.69

1) Charlene Peng 2) Lainey Costa 3) Meghan Griffith 4) Allison Powderly


Filtered for FHS results   https://live.harrierrace.com/meets/12661/teams/316853


Full meet results https://live.harrierrace.com/meets/12661/events 




Friday, February 18, 2022

MIAA: D1 Track Meet on Saturday, Feb 19

Want tickets for the  D1 Indoor Track meet on Saturday?
Division 1 QR code for tickets on Saturday, Feb. 19 https://t.co/9gbVxKCBZD
Shared from Twitter: https://twitter.com/MIAA033/status/1493674871024402434

Division 1 QR code for tickets on Saturday, Feb. 19
Division 1 QR code for tickets on Saturday, Feb. 19


Franklin Athletics: FHS participation at Rising Stars Meet

FranklinAthletics (@FHSSports) tweeted  Wed, Feb 16, 2022:
"Girls Track participated in the Rising Champions Meet held at Reggie in Boston. 
Caitlin Roberge won the high jump. 
Other scorers: 
Cara DiDomenico(300), 
Emma Pruitt (1000), 
Audria Hawkins (Mile), 
Kaitlyn Yelle (HJ) 
and 4x200 Relay: Maddie Damon, Maddie Pond, Cars DiDomenico & Caitlin Yelle"
Shared from Twitter: https://twitter.com/FHSSports/status/1493929897156395010

Also medaling at Rising Stars were: 
Tyler Apicella (5th Mile), 
Clancy Golden (5th 2Mile), 
Aidan Orr (5th 1000M), 
Fraser Baird (6th 400M),  
Audria Hawkins (6th Mile), 
Jared Schmidt (7th 55H), 
Harry Gurney (8th 55H)

Complete results from the Rising Stars meeting can be found -> 

FHS Panthers
FHS Panthers

Saturday, February 12, 2022

MIAA follows DESE allowing mask guidelines to expire Feb 28, 2022;


"An update on #MIAA Mask Guidelines #OneTeamOneMIAA #patience #theendisnear "  https://t.co/kDHsqSnYjv
Shared from Twitter: https://twitter.com/MIAA033/status/1492210011082309638

MIAA follows DESE in mask guidelines allowing them to expire Feb 28, 2022
MIAA follows DESE in mask guidelines allowing them to expire Feb 28, 2022


Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Friday, January 14, 2022

MIAA Statement Reiterating Masking Guidelines - 01/13/22

To:         MIAA Membership
From: Dr. Robert Baldwin, Executive Director
Re:         MIAA Masking Guidelines
Date: January 13, 2022

I have learned throughout my career that the only thing worse than a lack of information is a mixed message. Yesterday, the MIAA Basketball Committee voted to recommend to the Association’s Board of Directors that basketball players and officials have the option to not wear masks during play. This recommendation is well within their purview, and in this case, serves as a recommendation only to the Board of Directors.

This memo intends to provide our members with a clear message regarding Mask Wearing Guidelines and what continues to be the intent of this Association as a whole. The protocols that take place within the school day should be consistent with the behaviors that occur in co-curricular activities. That is why the MIAA has been in lockstep with DESE’s masking recommendations.

I attended a meeting yesterday where an esteemed medical doctor said that the current surge is 20 fold higher than the first surge when COVID 19 began. This is not the time to be sending a mixed message regarding masking guidelines to our membership. DESE recently extended its mask requirement for all K-12 public schools in Massachusetts through February 28, 2022, based upon the current Omicron surge. It is the intent of the MIAA to stay the course as well.

I will reiterate guidelines that were communicated on November 23, 2021, and again on December 21, 2021. Student-athletes, coaches, and officials that are indoors shall be masked. Uniform compliance collectively adhered to by local authorities for ALL student-athletes throughout the Commonwealth eliminates mixed messages and continues to be the expectation during this heightened cycle of COVID 19. Proper mask-wearing (nose and mouth fully covered) is the expectation needed for the safety of our students and school communities.
Masking guidelines for school events at off-campus venues adhere to this same guideline as well. It is important during this time that we collectively and consistently continue to enforce proper mask-wearing of coaches and student- athletes at practices and athletic contests.

In closing, I respect and honor the difficulty of local control. However, I felt the need to send a clear and consistent message to our member schools that we will continue to stay the course as we continue to navigate the current winter season.



Shared from Twitter:  https://twitter.com/MIAA033/status/1481692682208825344

MIAA Statement Reiterating Masking Guidelines - 01/13/22
MIAA Statement Reiterating Masking Guidelines - 01/13/22


Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Paula Lupien - Named 2020-2021 MIAA Gymnastics Coach of the Year

Franklin High School is proud to announce that Paula Lupien has been named the 2020-2021 MIAA Gymnastics Coach of the Year


“Earning this prestigious honor does not surprise me in the least. When it comes to coaching, Coach Lupien is the total package”, states Athletic Director, Tom Angelo. “I attribute the success of our Gymnastics program to Coach Lupien’s meticulous attention to detail, her love for her student-athletes, and overall dedication to the coaching profession. 

Paula Lupien
Paula Lupien


The 2020-2021 winter season was Coach Lupien’s 5th year at the helm, culminating in an undefeated season, a Hockomock League title, and a 1st place finish in the Hockomock League Tournament. A professional member of USA Gymnastics, Coach Lupien’s primary goal is to build trust with her athletes and to bring out the best in themselves by setting a high bar and accomplishing their goals. “Paula is an incredible person who embodies everything that is right about the coaching profession. We are so fortunate to have her as part of our coaching staff”, states Tom Angelo. 


Over the past 5 years, Coach Lupien has involved her team in various community service projects in and around Franklin, MA. Some of these projects include Blankets for Cancer, Toy/Pajamas/Blanket drive for children in foster care, a Franklin Food Pantry drive, distributing holiday wreaths, and hosting gymnastics clinics for Best Buddies, and area youth programs.


The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association selects their “Coaches of the Year” based upon excellence in character, impact upon students and community, and coaching credentials. 


Coach Lupien will be honored by the MIAA  at a celebratory awards banquet in January.




Paula Lupien: 2020-2021 MIAA Gymnastics Coach of the Year! 
View Press Release -> https://t.co/CmfFvSY9hJ  
Shared from Twitter ->  https://t.co/nap1l7nde8

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

MIAA updates on the State Football Tournament games

MIAA Updates on Football Tournament
‼️ Updated #MIAA Football State Tournament Schedule.. games now Wed - Thurs - Fri this week #gameonMIAA #OneTeamOneMIAA
👀read below https://t.co/6SlI3fzVUh

And equally important "Know before you go!" information from MIAA



MIAA updates on the State Football Tournament games
MIAA updates on the State Football Tournament games

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

MIAA continues mask policy used for Fall sports to start Winter season


"This #MIAA memo regarding Winter Masking guidelines was recently sent to schools. #patience #understanding #OneTeamOneMIAA" 

 Shared from Twitter: https://t.co/LZBxAHutWu

MIAA continues mask policy used for Fall sports to start Winter season
MIAA continues mask policy used for Fall sports to start Winter season


Monday, November 22, 2021

FHS' Batla and Peng compete in MIAA D1 Cross Country Championships

"Alex Batla (10) and Charlene Peng (12) participated in the MIAA Cross Country Division 1 Championship at the Wrentham Development Center. They ran well and were very competitive representing Franklin High School. Great XC Season!"

Shared from Twitter: https://twitter.com/FHSSports/status/1462211208459739137 

HockomockSports.com has the Hockomock League results (minus FHS)

Alex, a sophomore, finished 31 with a time of 19:12.5 and Charlene, a senior, finished 55 with a time of 19:30.8.

The complete MIAA State meet results can be found online here ->

Good luck to Charlene and Alex at the D1 all state meet tomorrow!
Good luck to Charlene and Alex at the D1 all state meet tomorrow! (Coach Bailey photo)