Schools roundup: Barnstable girls’ volleyball finishes 18-0 season

The No. 1 Barnstable girls’ volleyball team wrapped up its perfect regular season in style on Wednesday afternoon, sweeping No. 12 North Quincy, 3-0, on the road to finish at 18-0.

Senior Ciara Bruning led the way with 16 kills and junior Olivia Brodt added 37 assists.

The Red Raiders will now await the release of the MIAA state tournament seedings, as they attempt to win the program’s 16th state championship.


Newton North 3, Melrose 1 — The No. 7 Tigers (19-3) were led by seniors Alana King, Micaela Cohen, and Infiniti Thomas-Waheed. King tallied 22 kills while Cohen notched 33 digs. Thomas-Waheed contributed 14 block kills and eight kills.

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Canton 3, Foxboro 0 — Amelia Poshkus tallied six kills and two aces for the Bulldogs. Teammate Ellie Teague added six kills and six digs. Meghan Harnett had 17 assists and two aces.

North Andover 3, Masconomet 0 — The No. 13 Knights swept the Chieftains (25-14, 25-14, 25-23) to finish the regular season 19-1.

Concord-Carlisle 3, Newton South 0 — Senior captain Margaret O'Brien led the Patriots (16-4) with 10 kills.

Fontbonne 3, Stoughton 2 — The Ducks won in five sets: 18-25, 25-11, 25-16, 18-25, 17-15. Stoughton senior middle hitter Kayla Motley had 8 kills, 8 blocks, and 13 digs.

Boys’ soccer


Waring 6, Newman Prep 2Sophomore Kyle Patrick scored a hat trick for the Wolves.

Cambridge Weston 2, Chapel Hill 1 — The Gryphons won the game by penalty kicks. Senior cocaptain Noah Rossen tallied his 30th goal of the season.

Girls’ soccer

Lexington Christian 7, Dana Hall 0 — Katie Braga scored three goals for the Lions (13-1-1). Shae Roys added two goals and two assists.

Brooks 1, BB&N 0 — Kate Donovan scored off a pass from Olivia Papapetros to lift the Bishops. Acacia Nunes earned the shutout with six saves.

Field hockey

Concord Academy 1, Pingree 0 — Senior Austin Sharpe scored for the host Chameleons (8-7).


Newburyport 2, Marblehead 1 — The Clippers scored the winning goal in the last second of regulation.

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