Roundup: Notre Dame (Hingham) girls’ lacrosse upends Duxbury

The Notre Dame (Hingham) girls’ lacrosse team continued its dominance this season as the No. 2 Cougars defeated No. 10 Duxbury, 15-7, on the road Thursday night.

The eight-goal margin is the closest any team has come to playing even with Notre Dame (6-0) this season. The Cougars have outscored their opponents, 84-26.


“Duxbury is one of the toughest opponents we’ll face all season,” said Notre Dame coach Meredith Frank. “I was not expecting a blowout at all. They fought hard for 50 solid minutes.”

Despite attempts to double- and triple-team Notre Dame’s attackers, there were too many offensive threats for the Dragons (2-2) to contain.

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After trailing, 7-2, at the half, the Dragons tried to claw back, closing the gap to 9-5 before the Cougars picked it up and went on a five-goal run .

Cougars freshman Charlotte Allard led all scorers with five goals and an assist.

Needham 9, Framingham 6 — Freshman Kailey Conry scored a hat trick and added an assist to lead the No. 4 Rockets.


Wayland 18, Weston 9 — Junior Amy Cunningham scored seven goals and had two assists for the No. 11 Warriors.

Wellesley 12, Walpole 9 — Junior Ashton Chryssicas finished with two goals and three assists for the No. 15 Raiders.

Boys’ lacrosse

Westford 11, Concord-Carlisle 10 — Junior attackman Jay Drapeau recorded seven goals and two assists to lead the No. 20 Grey Ghosts (5-1) to an upset of the No. 3 Patriots.

Dover-Sherborn 10, Hanover 4 — Senior Matt Huemme finished with two goals and two assists for the No. 5 Raiders.


Cohasset 6, Rockland 1 — Senior Shane Haggerty allowed two hits and struck out 13 in a near-perfect effort. Both hits came in the seventh inning.

Bishop Fenwick 4, Central Catholic 3 — Brian Burke hit the winning single in the ninth and struck out four over three innings of scoreless relief to pick up the win.


Manchester Essex 7, Ipswich 3 — Freshman Amanda Loebelenz won her first varsity start, going the distance while striking out five batters.

O'Bryant 20, Fenway 5 — Eighth-grader Maeve Fitz hit two homers to lead the Tigers.

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