School roundup: Hingham girls’ hockey routs Andover

The second-ranked Hingham girls’ hockey team rebounded from its first loss of the season with a 6-2 win over visiting Andover on Monday.

The Harbormen (5-1) had five different scorers, three of which were defensemen.


Last Wednesday, Hingham fell to top-ranked Duxbury, 4-2.

Defensemen Alexandra Gong got the Harbormen on the board with a power play strike 10:55 into the first period. Gong scored another goal later in what coach Thomas Findley called her best game of the season.

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Rachel d’Entremont, another defenseman, later fired a shot from the blue line that found space at the top of the net to put Hingham up, 2-0.

Hingham took a 6-0 advantage after defenseman Tori Messina potted a third-period goal.

Framingham 3, Wayland 3 — Katherine Goguen scored the tying goal for Wayland/Weston with 40 seconds left, the second of her two scores.

Boys’ basketball


Cohasset 70, Southeastern 50 — Senior captain Shane Haggerty scored a season-best 32 points for the Skippers (6-2).

Arlington 83, Belmont 81 — David Shin tied his season high of 27 points as the Spy Ponders improved to 2-2.

Girls’ basketball

Ursuline 76, Cathedral 31 — Morgan O’Donnell had 18 points and 13 rebounds in only 11 minutes.

St. Mary’s 62, Bishop Fenwick 40 — Junior guard Brianna Rudolph anchored the No. 19 Spartans (8-0) with 16 points.

Girls’ indoor track

Bishop Feehan 81, West Bridgewater 19 — Shamrock runner Abby McNulty’s time of 5:03.00 in the mile was the fastest in the state this season.

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