Eastern Massachusetts high school scores and hghlights from Friday

FRIDAY’S RESULTS

BASEBALL

Abington 9, Brockton 2

Acton-Boxboro 4, Westford Academy 3

Apponequet 10, Dighton-Rehoboth 1

Beverly 7, Salem 6

Chelmsford 16, Tewksbury 6

Framingham 9, Brookline 5

Gloucester 9, Peabody 3

GNB Voke 4, Case 3 (8 inn.)

Holliston 1, Norton 0

Lincoln-Sudbury 5, Newton South 0

Marblehead 5, Masconomet 4 (8 inn.)

Medfield 6, Dedham 0

Methuen 10, Dracut 6 (10 inn.)

Milton 7, Braintree 3

Newton North 10, Natick 5

North Quincy 5, Hanover 2

Scituate 6, Plymouth South 5

Stoneham 13, Watertown 2

Wakefield 14, Burlington 5

Walpole 10, Weymouth 5

Wellesley 13, Needham 0

Weston 9, Wayland 8 (8 inn.)

Westwood 8, Medway 1

Whitman-Hanson 8, Hingham 5

BOYS LACROSSE

Billerica 13, Central Catholic 7

Bridgewater-Raynham 17, Dartmouth 0

Holliston 13, Bellingham 7

Hopkinton 13, Dedham 6

Lincoln-Sudbury 11, Longmeadow 6

Medway 15, Norwood 8

Newburyport 14, Lynnfield 2

Oakmont 11, Hudson 6

Swampscott 22, Salem 1

Xaverian 15, St. John’s (S) 8

GIRLS LACROSSE

Ashland 16, Norton 4

Austin Prep 20, Archbishop Williams 5

Bourne 18, Dighton-Rehoboth 5

Central Catholic 15, Billerica 5

Duxbury 18, Plymouth North 6

Fairhaven 7, Apponequet 6 (2 ot)

Marshfield 17, Whitman-Hanson 7

Medway 9, Norwood 5

North Quincy 15, Abington 3

RUGBY

Hingham 31, Marshfield 31

Milton 19, Hanover 5

SAILING

Duxbury 3, Hingham 0

SOFTBALL

Abington 17, Rockland 2

Austin Prep 9, Abp. Williams 5

Bedford 12, Cambridge 0

Boston English 15, New Mission 14

Bridgewater-Raynham 7, Dartmouth 0

Case 5, Greater New Bedford 2

Dedham 11, Medfield 6

Dighton-Rehoboth 11, Apponequet 2

Gloucester 10, Masconomet 1

Hanover 13, North Quincy 6

Hingham 8, Whitman-Hanson 6

Hopkinton 15, Bellingham 3

King Philip 14, Sharon 1 (5 inn.)

Malden Catholic 9, Latin Academy 8

Marblehead 14, Swampscott 0

Millis 18, Ashland 5 (6 inn.)

Natick 2, Newton North 1

Needham 26, Wellesley 7

Norton 13, Holliston 0 (5 inn.)

Peabody 9, Winthrop 1

Pentucket 14, Ipswich 4

Plymouth North 17, Duxbury 4

Randolph 17, Cristo Rey/Cathedral 14

St. Mary’s (L) 5, Lynn Classical 0

Saugus 12, Beverly 5

Silver Lake 19, Marshfield 3

South Shore Voke 19, Upper Cape 18

Westford Academy 9, Acton-Boxboro 5

BOYS TENNIS

Apponequet 5, Bourne 0

Austin Prep 4, Bishop Fenwick 1

Beverly 3, Swampscott 2

Boston Latin 4, Latin Academy 1

Brookline 5, Framingham 0

Duxbury 3, Plymouth North 2

Gloucester 5, Salem 0

Hanover 5, Quincy 0

Hingham 4, Whitman-Hanson 1

Ipswich 4, Rockport 1

Holliston 5, Norton 0

Lexington 5, Woburn 0

Lynnfield 5, Pentucket 0

Medfield 4, Dedham 1

Newton North 5, Natick 0

Sandwich 3, Nauset 2

Scituate 4, Plymouth South 1

Walpole 4, Weymouth 1

Wellesley 4, Needham 1

Wilmington 5, Melrose 0

GIRLS TENNIS

Bishop Fenwick 5, Abp. Williams 0

Bishop Stang 5, St. Mary’s (L) 0

Braintree 5, Milton 0

Bridgewater-Raynham 4, Durfee 1

Dartmouth 4, New Bedford 1

Duxbury 5, Plymouth North 0

Fairhaven 4, Case 1

Gloucester 5, Salem 0

Hingham 5, Whitman-Hanson 0

Holliston 3, Norton 2

Latin Academy 4, Fontbonne 1

Marshfield 3, Silver Lake 2

Martha’s Vineyard 5, Barnstable 0

Medfield 4, Dedham 1

Natick 3, Newton North 2

Newburyport 4, North Reading 1

Rockland 3, Abington 2

Sturgis West 4, Rising Tide 1

Wareham 5, Dighton-Rehoboth 0

Wellesley 3, Needham 2

BOYS TRACK

Beverly 85, Swampscott 51

GIRLS TRACK

Beverly 94, Swampscott 42

VOLLEYBALL

Braintree 3, Weymouth 0

Brookline 3, Newton North 2

Cambridge 3, Arlington 0

Latin Academy 3, O’Bryant 1

Lincoln-Sudbury 3, Winchester 0

Madison Park 3, Somerville 0

Medfield 3, Norton 0

Natick 3, Framingham 0

Needham 3, Wellesley 0

Quincy 3, Durfee 0

St. John’s Prep 3, Catholic Memorial 0

St. John’s (S) 3, Xaverian 0

Westford Academy 3, Wayland 1

WRESTLING

Arlington 24, Woburn 12

Danvers 42, Beverly 24

Hingham 21, Hanover 0

Hingham 33, Scituate 0

Plymouth South 69  Tri County 12

Plymouth South 64 Silver Lake 12

FRIDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

BASEBALL

Senior Robbie O’Connor was electric from the bump, fanning 13 batters in a no-hitter for Lincoln-Sudbury (6-2) to beat Newton South, 5-0, in Dual County League action.

Charlie Walker and Ryan Dexter each drove in a pair of runs, supporting Owen McHugh’s 10-strikeout effort through six innings as Milton (8-0) bested Braintree, 7-3, in the Bay State Conference.

Brady Cristoforo pitched 6 1/3 innings and knocked in five RBI to boost Abington in a 9-2 nonleague win over Brockton.

Tommy O’Grady and Ben Donovan finished with the same stat lines, each going 2-for-4 with a 2-run homer apiece, as Stoneham (6-0) remained perfect in the Middlesex League with a 13-2 rout of Watertown.

Jackson Cote went the distance in a three-hit shutout for Holliston, out-dueling Norton 1-0 in Tri-Valley League play.

Justyn Machie was 4-for-4 with a solo shot from the plate, aiding his win from the bump (four innings, no hits, three strikeouts) as Apponequet (2-0) rolled past South Coast Conference opponent Dighton-Rehoboth.

BOYS LACROSSE

Jon Groth notched a hat trick for Newburyport as part of a 14-2 Cape Ann League win against Lynnfield.

Christian Pierro, Jayson Codispoti and Vinny Palmer all registered hat tricks for Swampscott in an explosive 22-1 rout of Salem in the Northeastern Conference.

Myles Jean had five goals and five assists, while Scottie Einarson made 20 saves as Billerica defeated Central Catholic, 13-7, in the Merrimack Valley Conference.

Sean Murphy had six goals and two assists as Medway defeated Norwood, 15-8, in the Tri-Valley League.

Nathan Carfagna secured the shutout for Bridgewater-Raynham (6-2) while nine different goal scorers contributed to a 17-0 blowout over Archbishop Williams in nonleague play.

GIRLS LACROSSE

Jamie McAleavy scored five goals as North Quincy defeated Abington, 15-3, in a nonleague contest.

Molly Vana notched nine goals to go with two assists, while Casey Bachner added six goals as Austin Prep rolled to a 20-5 win over Archbishop Williams in the Catholic Central League.

With five goals from Grace Lydon and three more from Lily Angluin, Central Catholic (6-2) benefited from an offensive explosion to rout Merrimack Valley Conference foe Billerica, 15-5.

In the South Coast Conference, Isabelle Stone and Brooke Lundie each netted five goals while Angelina Bonito and Kiely O’Connor scored a pair for Bourne (1-0) in an 18-5 victory against Dighton-Rehoboth.

SOFTBALL

Jess Brill cranked a walk-off double to plate two for Natick as part of a 2-1 win over Bay State Conference foe Newton North.

Bella Fernald went 4-for-5 with five RBI, Cassidy Schuman drove in five runs and scored three times, while Kaylee Grace pitched a shutout as Bedford (7-0) defeated Cambridge, 12-0, in the Dual County League.

Freshman Jess Blyth cranked a 3-run homer, helping to pace Abington (4-1) to a 17-1 victory over Rockland in the South Shore League.

Amanda Patti hit a two-run double in the sixth inning as Austin Prep pulled away late in a 9-5 win over Archbishop Williams in Catholic Central League play.

Meg Sherwood and Maddie Paschke each homered to lead King Philip past Sharon, 14-1, in the Hockomock League.

In the South Coast Conference, Megan Smith finished 2-for-3 at the plate with three RBI, and Abby Sirois connected for a solo home run as Case defeated Greater New Bedford, 5-2.

Emma Tomlin batted 5-for-6 with four RBI and Eryn Rice was 3-for-4 with a pair of RBI to power Millis (6-1) past Ashland, 18-5, through six innings of a Tri-Valley League tilt. … Destiny McGrath stayed hot with two more long-balls and five RBI, guiding Norton to a 13-0 win over Holliston. … Tara Kester ripped a two-run homer for a part of her six RBI on the day as Hopkinton (8-0) topped Bellingham, 15-3.

Kaelyn Chase racked up three hits and drove in three for Hanover (5-2), leading a 13-6 Patrioty League win over North Quincy. … Caroline Collins wished herself a happy birthday with a three-run homer and Marissa Durette had a solo shot to guide Plymouth North in a 17-4 win over Duxbury.

Lexi Mitsopoulos hit the game-winner in extras, capping off a slugfest to help South Shore Voke (3-2) beat Mayflower League foe Upper Cape, 19-18.

VOLLEYBALL

Sebastian Frankel dished out 25 assists as Lincoln-Sudbury (3-3) defeated Winchester, 3-0, in a nonleague contest.

Dan Schorr tallied 28 assists as St. John’s Prep (6-0) defeated Catholic Memorial, 3-0, in the Catholic Conference.

GIRLS TENNIS

In a Bay State Conference showdown, Maria-Lila Shutts defeated Chloe Drooker, 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 at second singles to give Wellesley (8-0) the deciding point in a 3-2 win over previously unbeaten Needham.

CLASS NOTES

The Bay State Games announced that after the cancellation of all 2020 Summer Games events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, plans are well underway to hold over two dozen sports at the 39th annual Games this Summer.

“The last live Bay State Games event was held on March 1, 2020,” Bay State Games Executive Director Kevin Cummings said. “For the past several months we have been monitoring state protocols and working with our venue partners with hope that we could host events this summer. The recent updates by the EEA regarding youth and adult amateur sport activities will allow us to proceed with many of our events. We are excited to be able to provide opportunities for athletes who have waited, in some cases for over a year, to participate in the sports they love.

While many events will proceed, the athlete experience and format may be different in 2021 as policies will be implemented to ensure the safety of all athletes, coaches, officials, and spectators.

“We are working with event organizers, sport governing bodies, individual venues, local boards of health, and the Bay State Games medical team to develop safety protocols for each event,” Cummings said.

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