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Eastern Massachusetts high school scores and highlights from Friday – Boston Herald


Brendan Connelly, Tom Mulherin, Tyler McManus, David Pollard, Kevin Barrucci






Apponequet 1, Dighton-Rehoboth 1

Ashland 7, Bellingham 2

Bishop Stang 1, Middleboro 1

Bourne 1, Wareham 0

Braintree 3, Silver Lake 0

Case 10, Fairhaven 0

Dartmouth 3, Bridgewater-Raynham 0

Dennis-Yarmouth 0, Monomoy 0

Dover-Sherborn 3, Medfield 2

East Bridgewater 0, Stoughton 0

Georgetown 3, Methuen 0

Gloucester 3, Beverly 1

Hopkinton 1, Dedham 0

Littleton 3, Tyngsboro 1

Marshfield 4, Duxbury 1

Newburyport 2, Central Catholic 1

Pentucket 2, Amesbury 1

Sandwich 3, Barnstable 0

Somerset Berkley 4, Old Rochester 1

Triton 4, Tewksbury 0

Walpole 5, Norwood 0

Watertown 7, Wilmington 0

Wellesley 2, Wayland 1

Westwood 2, King Philip 1



Bridgewater-Raynham 137, Dartmouth 113

Dracut 105, Tyngsboro 104

Durfee 93, Diman 60

Essex Tech 133, Nashoba Tech 99

Groton-Dunstable 205, Wachusett 209

Hingham 244, Duxbury 249

Nauset 262, Plymouth North 270

Norwell 100, East Bridgewater 107

Sandwich 147, St. John Paul II 127

Uxbridge 178, Sutton 187



Apponequet 1, Dighton-Rehoboth 1

Bourne 1, Mashpee 0

BB&N 1, Belmont Hill 0

Gloucester 6, Pentucket 0

Greater Lowell 1, Greater New Bedford 1

Madison Park 9, Cristo Rey 0

Old Rochester 8, Cardinal Spellman 2

Shepherd Hill 3, North Middlesex 2

Stoughton 2, Foxboro 0

West Bridgewater 2, Middleboro 1



Boston Collegiate 5, Brighton 0

Brockton 10, Burke 0

Case 1, Bristol-Plymouth 0

Cathedral 2, TechBoston 0

Foxboro 0, Stoughton 0

Hanover 5, Silver Lake 3

Innovation Academy 6, Greater Lawrence 0

Mashpee 4, Bourne 0

Middlesex 2, St. Mark’s 0

Nashoba Tech 2, Lynn Tech 0

Notre Dame (H) 4, Scituate 3

St. Joseph Prep 1, Salem Academy 0

St. Mary’s (L) 1, Whittier 0

Ursuline 3, Latin Academy 0

Waltham 9, Lawrence 0

West Bridgewater 5, Middleboro 0

Whitman-Hanson 2, Pembroke 2



Andover 102, Haverhill 82

Brookline 97, Braintree 79

Methuen/Tewksbury 100, Central Catholic 80

Milton 82, Weymouth 65



Andover 3, Danvers 0

Apponequet 3, Middleboro 1

Archbishop Williams 3, Fontbonne 0

Attleboro 3, Bridgewater-Raynham 0

Billerica 3, Dracut 0

Boston International 3, Excel 0

Burke 3, CASH 0

Concord-Carlisle 3, Westford 1

East Boston 3, Excel 0

Essex Tech 3, North Reading 1

Fairhaven 3, Bishop Stang 0

Greater Lowell 3, Greater Lawrence 0

Hingham 3, Whitman-Hanson 1

Holliston 3, Bellingham 1

Hopkinton 3, Dedham 0

Lowell Catholic 3, Mystic Valley 0

Masconomet 3, Central Catholic 0

Medfield 3, Bourne 0

New Mission 3, Boston Collegiate 0

Newburyport 3, Bishop Fenwick 0

Norfolk Aggie 3, Old Colony 0

North Quincy 3, Hanover 0

O’Bryant 3, Charlestown 2

Peabody 3, North Andover 0

Quincy 3, Plymouth South 0

Snowden 3, Brighton 0

Westwood 3, Millis 0

Winchester 3, Beverly 1







The hype around the first matchup between Masconomet and Danvers this season billed it as two of the best teams in not only the Northeastern Conference, but all of Div. 2, facing off in an evenly-matched affair that could tilt in either direction.

What the large crowd saw at Masconomet’s notorious grass field Friday afternoon was exactly that, but dead-even, without any answer on who actually has the edge.

From Danvers’ (5-0-1) tremendously challenging defense receiving aid from bursts of fluid offense, and Masconomet’s (5-0-1) loaded attack getting backed by elite midfield play to keep the ball out of the circle much of the second half, both groups thrived in playing to their strengths en route to 2-2 tie. Maggie Sturgis and Avery Magnifico each scored amid a furious third quarter to help the Chieftains come back from an early deficit and take a late lead, but Bobbi Serino’s neutralizer tied things up for the Falcons early in the fourth quarter before goalie Megan McGinnity (six saves) capped off a resilient defensive stand in the waning minutes to preserve the tie.

“They’re an unbelievable team, they went out there and showed the same grit, resilience (as us),” said Masconomet head coach Liz Dean. “For (us) to show just how (we) work together, how they communicate, how they trust one another, it was unbelievable to see. … I’m just proud of my team for all the great things they did.”

“We dominated the first (half), they dominated the second,” added Danvers head coach Kristen McCarthy. “For us to come back and score, that’s huge. … (I learned our team’s) resilience. The ability to get back and get our composure back, and get it back up there and score. Never give up.” … Lucy Brown scored the lone goal for Swampscott, leading a 1-0 win over Marblehead.

Izzy Adams scored twice, while Megan Famiglietti, Lindsey Jacobs, and Kate Schneider finished with one goal each as Walpole defeated Norwood 5-0 in a nonleague contest. … Bridget Lee struck for two goals, while Julianna Summers added a goal and an assist, pacing Braintree to a 3-0 victory over Silver Lake. … Lilly Ragusa scored the game-winning goal with 10 seconds left to play, propelling Newburyport to a 2-1 win over Central Catholic.

Tori Flaherty scored a goal with 1:37 left, lifting Bourne (4-3) to a 1-0 win over Wareham in South Coast Conference action. … Karissa Albin hit the back of the cage three times as Somerset Berkley (4-0-1) topped Old Rochester, 4-1. … Lexi Yost collected a hat-trick for Case (6-0) in a 10-0 win over Fairhaven.

Alia El-Halali and Drew Hussar both scored and dished out assists to help Dover-Sherborn edge Medfield 3-2 in the Tri-Valley League.

Quinn Jordan tallied two goals, while Emily Souke had a goal and an assist as Sandwich (5-0) blanked Barnstable 3-0 in the Cape and Islands League.

Lizzie Loftus and Molly Driscoll each tallied two scores while Maggie Driscoll and Aislin Devaney each dished two assists, leading Watertown (7-0) past Wilmington 7-0 in Middlesex League play.

Samantha Souza scored two first half goals and later added an assist as Dartmouth (3-1-2) downed Bridgewater-Raynham 3-0 in the Southeast Conference.



Richie Thayer shot a 37 with 26 points as Bridgewater-Raynham (5-2) defeated Dartmouth 137-113 in a Southeast Conference match.

Thomas Hurley and Emma Abramson shot 38s to lead Sandwich (8-1) to a 147-127 win over St. John Paul II in a Cape and Islands League matchup.



Senior captain Ryan McGrath scored and supplied an assist to propel West Bridgewater (3-2-1) to a 2-1 win over Middleboro in a nonleague game.



In a nonleague matchup, Kylie Fuller finished with three goals and Amanda Jacques recorded three assists as West Bridgewater blanked Middleboro, 5-0. … Ella Varetimos finished with three goals while Anna Cannistraro added a pair of assists to lead Mashpee past Bourne, 4-0. … Elizabeth Jimenez netted the lone goal for St. Joseph Prep, while Aine Flynn made some key saves in goal to preserve a 1-0 win over Salem Academy. … Kaydee Rouse buried the game-winner with two minutes to play for St. Mary’s (Lynn) (5-2-1) in a 1-0 victory over Whittier. … Freshman Gianna Botelho scored her first varsity goal to give Case (2-4-1) a 1-0 win over Bristol-Plymouth.

Cassia LaFauci scored a hat trick as Waltham coasted to a 9-0 win over Lawrence.



Natalie Brojek had 26 assists and six aces, primarily supplying Julia Leonardo who finished with 13 kills and five aces as Attleboro swept Taunton 3-0 in Hockomock League play.

Meaghan Downs notched 13 aces, while Ella Quinn had five kills and two blocks as Billerica took down Dracut 3-0 in the Merrimack Valley Conference.


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