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




Andover 2, Chelmsford 0

Arlington 1, Lexington 1

Barnstable 1, Falmouth 1

Bishop Feehan 4, Medfield 1

Bourne 1, Fairhaven 0

Canton 2, Norwood 0

Case 8, Seekonk 1

Central Catholic 4, North Andover 0

Georgetown 3, Rockport 0

Hingham 6, Plymouth North 2

Lexington 2, Woburn 1

Lynnfield 2, Triton 0

Marshfield 2, Middleboro 1

Medway 3, Sutton 2

Methuen 3, Dracut 0

Milton 5, Norwell 2

Monomoy 0, Sandwich 0

Nashoba 2, Ashland 0

North Attleboro 3, Dartmouth 1

Notre Dame (H) 2, Pembroke 1

Notre Dame (W) 2, Hopedale 0

Tewksbury 3, Lowell 2

Revere 4, Malden 1

Uxbridge 5, Holliston 0

Wakefield 2, Melrose 0

Watertown 7, Burlington 0

Wellesley 2, Dedham 0

West Bridgewater 3, Bridgewater-Raynham 1

Wilmington 3, Stoneham 2

Winsor 2, Milton Academy 1


Milton 97, Framingham 67


Concord-Carlisle 4, Boston Latin 0

Holbrook 5, South Shore Voke 0

Masconomet 3, Lynnfield 1

Nauset 6, Bridgewater-Raynham 1

Newburyport 3, Pentucket 0

Norton 3, Westwood 3

O’Bryant 7, Snowden 1

Old Colony 3, Tri-County 3

Oliver Ames 8, Stoughton 0

St. Mary’s 6, Arlington Catholic 0

Tabor 2, Roxbury Latin 0

Wayland 6, Hopedale 0


Apponequet 5, Case 0

Attleboro 5, Milford 1

Beverly 2, Marblehead 2

Concord-Carlisle 2, Boston Latin 0

Hopkinton 2, Norwood 0

Lincoln-Sudbury 3, Bedford 1

Lynn Tech 1, Burke 1

Mansfield 1, Foxboro 0

Minuteman 6, Academy of Notre Dame 1

Newburyport 3, Pentucket 0

North Reading 1, Swampscott 0

Norwell 1, Scituate 1

Oliver Ames 0, Stoughton 0

Sandwich 2, Carver 0

Southeastern 6, Bristol Aggie 0

Tri-County 2, Old Colony 1

West Bridgewater 7, Abington 0


Andover 98, Billerica 80

Central Catholic 92, Notre Dame (H) 78

Needham 96, Newton North 84

North Andover 89, Lowell 72


Ashland 3, Norwood 0

Beaver Country Day 3, Pingree 0

Bishop Feehan 3, Walpole 0

Boston International 3, Brighton 1

Boston Latin 3, Latin Academy 0

Boston Prep 3, Codman Academy 0

Burke 3, Excel 0

Cambridge 3, Arlington 0

CASH 3, Charlestown 0

Covenant Christian 3, Landmark 1

Dartmouth 3, Bridgewater-Raynham 0

Dennis-Yarmouth 3, Danvers 0

Durfee 3, New Bedford 0

East Bridgewater 3, Stoughton 2

Essex Tech 3, Greater Lawrence 1

Fairhaven 3, Somerset Berkley 1

Fontbonne 3, Dedham 2

Haverhill 3, Billerica 1

Hingham 3, Whitman-Hanson 2

Lowell 3, Lawrence 2

Lynn Classical 3, Somerville 1

Marshfield 3, Silver Lake 0

Milton Academy 3, Thayer 0

Medfield 3, Westwood 0

Nantucket 3, Nauset 0

Newton South 3, Acton-Boxboro 0

North Andover 3, Central Catholic 1

North Quincy 3, Hanover 0

Norwell 3, Weymouth 0

Norton 3, Medway 1

O’Bryant 3, Cristo Rey 1

Old Colony 3, Upper Cape 2

Peabody 3, Woburn 1

Plymouth South 3, Quincy 1

Revere 3, Everett 1

St. Mary’s 3, Winthrop 1

Scituate 3, Pembroke 1

Snowden 3, Boston English 1

Winchester 3, Andover 2





Caroline Andrade, Maggie Driscoll and Molly Driscoll each had a pair of goals for Watertown (14-0), helping it cruise to a 7-0 Middlesex League win over Burlington. … Grace Seabury scored twice and Jillian Schwartzberg held down her sixth shutout as Wakefield (7-6-1) topped Melrose 2-0. … Nina Arnold and Hannah Ward got the goals as Lexington (8-6) edged Woburn 2-1.

Captains Shannon MacLeod and Reilly Walsh each scored goals for Notre Dame Academy (H) (5-7-1), leading a 2-1 nonleague win over Pembroke. … Ava Meehan scored a goal and had two assists, while the defense put in a strong performance for Bishop Feehan (11-1-3) in a signature 4-1 win over Medfield. … Kendall Gilmore and Ellie Bouchard led an Uxbridge charge that saw five different scorers, each tallying a goal and an assist in a 5-0 win over Holliston.

Senior Caleigh Wrighter scored a late goal, while goalkeeper Olivia Tura made six saves as Bourne (5-7-1) came up with a 1-0 South Coast Conference win over Fairhaven.

In a Merrimack Valley Conference battle, Kerri Finneran (two goals) and Maddie McDermott (goal, assist) paced things offensively for Central Catholic (5-5-2) during a 4-0 shutout of North Andover. … Charlotte Putnam scored and dished two assists to propel Methuen (7-7) to a 3-0 win over Dracut. … Anna Broderick and Hannah Herlihy each tallied goals for Andover (13-1) to up its winning streak to 13 games with a 2-0 victory over signature foe Chelmsford. … Kat Schille picked up a hat trick, leading Tewksbury to a 3-2 win over Lowell.

Lexi Yost and Megan Smith caught fire for Case (12-0), each scoring four times to power an 8-1 win over Seekonk in the South Coast Conference.

Haylen Wilson found the back of the cage four times, as Hingham coasted to a 6-2 victory over Plymouth North in Patriot League play.


Kylie Fuller and Amanda Jacques scored two goals each as West Bridgewater (11-1) coasted to a 7-0 win over Abington in a nonleague game. … A second half goal for Tiara Lamont made the difference as North Reading edged Swampscott 1-0. … Lily Hoffman scored twice for Sandwich (5-5-2) in a 2-0 victory over Carver.

Meghan McCann netted the only goal off an assist from Aly Fernandes for Mansfield in a 1-0 Hockomock League win over Foxboro.

Deirdre McElhinney found the net twice, while Alexis Greenblott finished with a goal and an assist as Newburyport (13-1) downed Pentucket 3-0 to retain the ALS Cup.

Agapi Kouvlis buried a hat trick, pacing Southeastern to a 6-0 win over Bristol Aggie in the Mayflower Athletic Conference.


Kaya Jackson had a hat trick as St. Mary’s (8-2-1) qualified for the state tournament with a 6-0 win over Arlington Catholic in the Catholic Central League.

Casey Milliken erupted for five goals to power Oliver Ames (11-0-1) to an 8-0 rout of Stoughton and clinch a fourth consecutive Hockomock League Davenport title.


EJ Guarachi was 11 for 12 serving and had 18 digs and six aces as Norwell (11-2) defeated Weymouth 3-0 in a nonleague contest. … Sophia Klumb tallied eight kills, while Ada Killian finished with 17 assists as Cambridge bested Arlington 3-0. … Abigail Violett recorded seven kills and four aces, while Allison Chase and Regan Gill had four aces apiece to guide Bishop Feehan to a 3-0 victory over Walpole. … Abby Bettencourt put up 27 assists, mostly feeding Isabel Bettencourt (eight kills, 17 service points) and Maddie Castro (six kills, two blocks) as Peabody (10-3) beat Woburn 3-1. … Grace Presswood dialed up 15 kills, 18 digs and five aces, Ellie Swanson posted 10 kills with 15 digs and Vivian Castano dished 31 assists as Dennis-Yarmouth (12-3) topped Danvers 3-0.

Abby Thomas went 14 for 14 serving with 11 kills, 10 digs, and five aces as Fairhaven (9-2) topped Somerset Berkley 3-1 in the South Coast Conference.

Lauren Augusto shouldered things offensively, registering 35 saves to power Dartmouth (12-2) to a 3-0 sweep of Southeast Conference foe Bridgewater-Raynham.

Linda Jallow floored 13 kills, while Jaiyda DeBenedetto had 22 assists as Lynn Classical (7-8) topped Somerville 3-1 in Greater Boston League action.


Bridgewater-Raynham captured the Southeast Conference tournament title at Fall River Country Club. Justin Peters was the medalist, shooting a 73 for the Trojans.


The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) and USA Field Hockey are pleased to announce a free clinic celebrating the sport of field hockey on Saturday, October 29th from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at MacDonald Stadium in Malden. The day will include sessions for coaches, umpires and is open to middle school and high school student-athletes, both boys and girls. Special guests from USA Field Hockey include Harry Singh, Head Men’s National Team Coach, Jill Reeve, 1996 Olympian and former Head Coach at Brown University, Marc Bakerman, Boys Development Manager, Jeanne O’Brien, Vice Chair, USA Field Hockey Board of Directors and Umpire Representative and Sally Goggin, National Development Director.


Former Boston Herald All-Scholastic football standout Stephen Cooper of Wareham will be inducted into the University of Maine Hall of Fame on October 21. Cooper earned Associated Press All-American status as a linebacker for the Black Bears in 2002. One of Maine’s most impressive defensive players of all-time, Cooper was named Atlantic-10 co-defensive player of the year in 2001 before earning the award outright in 2002. He was twice named a Buck Buchanan Award finalist, an annual accolade presented to the top defensive player in the Football Championship Subdivision (DI-AA), finishing fifth in the voting in 2002. In his career with the Black Bears, Cooper amassed 374 tackles, 57 tackles for loss, seven interceptions, and 25 sacks. Following his time at Maine, Cooper was signed as an undrafted free agent by the San Diego Chargers. He spent nine seasons with the Chargers, ending his NFL career with 503 tackles, 9.5 sacks, eight forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries, and eight interceptions. Cooper is currently the head football coach at Francis Parker High School in San Diego.


The ninth North Reading Hornet Hall of Fame induction banquet will be held October 22, 2022 at the Four Points Sheraton Wakefield. The following inductees to be honored are Ralph Bennett (class of 1963), Stephanie Mayne (2007), Brian O’Neil (2009), Darren Hartwell (2009), Cole Godzinski (2014) and Emily Murray (2014). Also selected for induction are former basketball coach Vin Olivo (1959-1972), 1970 Class C state baseball championship team as well as community service recipients Larry Dysart and Bob Ramsdell.

The Hall of Fame Committee invites everyone to come and celebrate the accomplishments of these outstanding individuals. Adult tickets are $50, children $20 and may be purchased from North Reading athletic director Dave Johnson via email at [email protected]


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