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Tuesday’s school roundup: MIAA votes to add rugby for 2016-17

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Council voted Tuesday in favor of recognizing rugby as an official MIAA sport beginning with the 2016-17 school year. Last week, the MIAA Board of Directors voted, 12-1, against adding the sport, but the vote acted only as a recommendation.

Massachusetts Youth Rugby Organization president Bill Good was pleasantly surprised with the decision, which he said passed by a vast majority.

“It’s outstanding,” said Good. “I’ve played, coached and been an administrator for close to 30 years. I think it’s an extraordinary sport, it’s got a real set of values in terms of sportsmanship and teamwork and discipline.

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“I think this is going to, I hope, give a lot more kids an opportunity to see the game, participate and enjoy the game.”

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Rugby will become the MIAA’s 35th sport. There are currently 19 boys’ teams and five girls’ teams across the state, mostly in suburban towns. Three of the five Catholic Conference schools (Xaverian, BC High, and St. John’s Prep) currently field rugby teams.

Good hopes the decision encourages more schools to consider adding rugby.

“I think this makes it an easier sell,” he said. “It gives us a credibility and a legitimacy that is going to help the growth of the sport.”

Over the next year-plus, Good said his goal will be to work with the MIAA to come up with policies and procedures that will govern the sport in the best way possible.

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“USA Rugby has safety policies,” said Good. “I don’t think it’s going to be a huge step to mesh the two, but certainly we want to work with the MIAA to make sure that the game is safe No. 1, enjoyable for the kids, competitive, and provides a good experience.”

This year’s state rugby championships will be held May 23 at Foley Stadium in Worcester.

Baseball

Arlington Catholic 2, Shawsheen 1Senior Jim Herbert’s sacrifice fly in the seventh lifted the Cougars (6-2). Senior Paul Frisoli struck out 10 of the final 11 batters he faced and picked up the win.

Lynnfield 5, Hamilton-Wenham 3 — Spencer Balian knocked in two runs in the top of the seventh to break a 3-3 tie for the Pioneers (5-6). Nick Pascucci went the distance in the win, with eight strikeouts.

North Reading 9, Amesbury 7 — Senior Taylor Robinson hit a two-run home run in the third inning for the Hornets (6-6).

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Hull 15, Cohasset 6 — The Pirates scored 12 runs in the sixth inning to earn their first victory of the season.

Boston Trinity 12, St. Joseph’s Prep 1 — Senior Christian Hodge struck out 10 for the Lions (5-3) and went 3 for 3 with six RBIs.

Franklin 2, Stoughton 0 — Zane Byrne had two hits and a two-run double while throwing a complete-game one-hitter for the Panthers (7-4).

Bishop Fenwick 13, Matignon 5 — Senior Mike Campatelli had three hits and four RBIs for the Crusaders (5-6).

Rockland 12, Randolph 1 — Sophomore Mike McPeck struck out nine in his first career win.

Abington 8, Carver 7 — Aiden Cawley’s two-run double in the seventh tied the game, before James Landers’s RBI single in the eighth won it for the Green Wave (7-4).

Weston 3, Dover-Sherborn 0 — Sophomore Max Barsamian held the Raiders to five hits in the win for the Wildcats (7-3).

Everett 2, Malden 1 — Senior Lawrence Falter gave up two hits and struck out 17 for the Crimson Tide (5-4).

Acton-Boxborough 3, Lowell 2 — Junior pitcher Ben Gottesman threw a complete game for the No. 10 Colonials (9-2) striking out six. Senior Breno Siamma drove in the winning run with a two-run, bases-loaded single in the top of the fifth inning.

Narragansett 13, Murdock 1 — Sophomore Evan Ollenborger struck out 12 in his varsity debut to lead the Warriors (2-8) past the Blue Devils (0-7). Junior teammate Nate Rasch went 2 for 4 with three RBIs and two runs.

North Middlesex 12, Burncoat 4 — Seniors John Boutwell (2 for 3, triple, 2 RBIs) and Anthony Sylvester (2 for 2, run, RBI) led visiting North Middlesex (4-5). Seamus O'Connor went 2 for 2 with a run and an RBI for Burncoat (3-8).

Westborough 8, Holy Name 0 — Senior captain Brendan Shunney scattered six hits, all singles, in his first career start, and senior catcher Connor Fitzgerald went 4 for 4 with a run and two RBIs to help the host Rangers (4-5) shut out the Naps (4-6). Junior Dan Russo went 3 for 3 for Holy Name.

St. Bernard’s 4, Douglas 2 — Cooper Bigelow (2 for 4, RBI), Brandon Ecklund (2 for 3, RBI) and Dan Grammel (2 for 4) boosted the visiting Bernardians (7-4) past the Tigers (8-3).

Worcester South 8, Bartlett 1 — Solomon Morway allowed only five hits and a second-inning run, and Dan Avedian went 3 for 4 with a triple and two RBIs as the Colonels (5-5) won at home. South’s Emil Encarnacion and Yeri Rivas (double, triple) each added two hits. Will Cronan drove in the run for the Indians (1-5).

Worcester North 17, North Brookfield 3 — Senior Derrick Ayarza collected two hits and four RBIs, and classmate Jonathan Rivera added two hits and four runs as the visiting Polar Bears (4-6) defeated the Indians (0-6). David Rumph had two hits and two RBIs for North Brookfield.

Assabet 10, Nashoba Valley Tech 2 — Freshman Brandon Corfey (3 hits, RBI), senior Ryan Carlson (2 hits, 3 RBIs) and sophomore Jordan Dossas (3 hits, 2 RBIs) boosted the visiting Aztecs (3-5, 2-3 Colonial Athletic). Vinnie Aramo had a triple among his two hits for the Vikings (3-6, 2-4).

St. Peter-Marian 2, St. John’s (Shrewsbury) 1 — Pat Gallagher pitched six strong two-hit innings and added an RBI double as the No. 10 Guardians topped the No. 2 Pioneers. Danny Barlok went the distance for St. John’s and gave up two hits and fanned six.

Abby Kelley Foster 2, Advanced Math and Science 1 — Cam Halloran (2 for 3) struck out nine and didn’t allow a run after the first inning, and he hit an RBI double in the two-run sixth for the host Bears (3-9, 3-0 WCAC). Brian Greene’s single in the sixth delivered Halloran with the winning run. Mike Bonk also fanned nine while throwing a five-hitter for the Eagles (4-5, 2-1), and eighth-grader Jayden Dummett was 2 for 3 with a double.

Boys’ lacrosse

Weymouth 19, Milton 5 — Seniors Nick Venturo (five goals), Brendan Nardone (five goals, one assist), and Matt Marsters (three goals) led the Wildcats (5-6).

Shawsheen 13, Manchester Essex 10 — Junior Jack Stone led the Rams (5-4) with four goals while senior goalie Kevin Vacca made 17 saves.

Lynnfield 7, Triton 6 — Junior Pat Garrity had a goal and four assists for the Pioneers (6-5).

Scituate 17, Silver Lake 8 — Sophomore Jake O'Brien scored five goals and had two assists, and Chris Sharry had five goals and one assist to lead the Sailors (8-5).

Braintree 12, Natick 8 — Tom Costello led the Wamps with six points (two goals, four assists) while Johnny Cleggett added three goals.

Concord-Carlisle 13, Acton-Boxborough 8 — Will Blumenberg and Aidan Cyr each scored five goals as the Patriots upset the returning champions.

Shrewsbury 11, Groton-Dunstable 4 — Joe Buduo scored five times and Brayden Carroll notched a hat trick to lead the visiting Colonials (11-3, 6-1 Mid-Wach A) past the Crusaders (6-5, 3-4).

Bromfield 9, Fitchburg 4 — Matt Thornton collected four goals and Ross MacMahon recorded a hat trick to lift the visiting Trojans (7-4, 3-2 Mid-Wach C) past the Red Raiders (0-8, 0-4).

Marlborough 18, Hudson 11 — Junior Jason Plaunt had five goals to lift the Panthers (10-3, 6-0 Mid-Wach C) past the Hawks (4-6, 2-4). Senior Billy Doherty and freshman Ryan Mechler each scored three goals for Marlboro. Tyler Casey and Luc Burnier each had three goals for Hudson, and teammates Justin Doyle and Tim Cabral each added two.

Leominster 12, Oakmont 6 — Shane Crayton, Tyler Cuddahy, Ross Howlett and Devin Moran each scored twice to boost the visiting Blue Devils (6-5, 4-3 Wachusett B). Oakmont’s Nate McCartney had two goals for the Spartans (4-5, 3-4).

Tyngsborough 16, North Middlesex 5 — Kyle Laforge had seven goals and four assists and was 16 of 18 on faceoffs, while Austin Coene had four goals and four assists as the host Tigers (10-0, 7-0) clinched a postseason berth with a win over the Patriots (2-9, 1-5). Nick Foley (2 assists) and Russ Gillis each scored twice for Tyngsboro, while Dan Powers made 14 saves. Justin Estrella scored twice for North Middlesex, while A.J. Gearin had a goal and assist.

St. Bernard’s 8, Nipmuc 5 — Junior Curtiss Vachon scored three goals and an assist and classmate Zach Bingham added two goals and an assist to help the host Bernardians (7-4) edge the Warriors (1-10). Ryan Richards had three goals and an assist for Nipmuc.

Littleton 15, Shepherd Hill 11 — Nic Hudson scored seven goals and Griffin Shoemaker had four goals and four assists as the host Tigers (4-5, 3-3 Mid-Wach B) topped the Rams (3-8, 1-4). Tristen Lelievre and Anthony Rausa (2 assists) each scored twice for Littleton, while Jared Collari had three assists. Shepherd Hill’s Devin Pietz scored seven goals and Tristan Pietz had two goals and three assists.

Boys’ tennis

Old Rochester 5, Wareham 0 — Sam Pasquill won his second singles match, 6-0, 6-0, to help lead the Bulldogs (11-1).

Scituate 4, Cohasset 1 — Senior Matt Logue won his first singles match, 4-6, 7-6, 6-3, to help lead the Sailors (8-2).

Bartlett 3, Burncoat 2 — Ethan Luong (BU) d. Brent Filgerleski, 6-3, 6-2; John Kraemer (BU) d. Jacob Meloche, 6-1, 6-4; Cole Dubey (BA) d. Kevin Nguyen (6-2, 6-1); Dylan Murphy-Jason Davis (BA) d. Dan Brizuela-Corey Daley, 6-0, 6-0; Josh Sterczala-Chris Frabotta (BU) d. Chris Tisdell-Eric Luu, 6-0, 6-0. Records: BA 4-5.

Leicester 3, David Prouty 2 — Matt Kilmonis (L) d. Jackson Paul, 8-2; Alex Arsenault (DP) d. Alex Bahnan, 8-5; Kyle Driscoll (DP) d. Tyler Jefferson, 8-3; Kyle Petit-Matt Morrow (L) d. Terry Lytle-Joe Esposito, 8-5; Casey Green-Cullen Mars (L) d. Pete Petruzzi-Jake Tuttis, 8-3. Records: DP 4-9 (0-9 SWCL), L 5-5 (5-4).

Medway 4, Blackstone-Millville 1 — Brennan Scarletta (M) d. Jack Quitzau, 6-0, 7-6 (8-6); Dan Yates (M) d. Nate Carroll, 6-2, 7-6 (11-9); Chris Assad (M) d. Shane Carey, 4-6, 6-1, 6-1; Alex Hemphill-Tyler Brabham (BMR) d. Johan Girgenrath-Jake Lawrence, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4; Brian Walsh-Ryan Kilgallon (M) d. Any Lussier-Josh Kent, 6-0, 6-1. Records: BMR 4-4.

Lexington 5, St. John’s (Shrewsbury) 0 — Ben Maffa d. Jon Dupre, 6-2, 2-0 (retired); Max McGeown d. Brian King, 6-0, 6-1; Noah Golowich d. John Massarelli, 6-0, 6-0; Gideon Feifke-Ethan Zou d. Jack Marsh-Brahim Yatim, 6-2, 6-0; Ethan Hauser-Charlie Zhao d. Ben Burns-Brendon Gallagher, 6-1, 6-1. Records: SJ 4-7, L 9-1.

Northbridge 4, Uxbridge 1 — Sam James (N) d. James Stark, 8-8 (9-7); Kyle Semle (U) d. Joe Conoy, 8-4; Nate Beckwith (N) d. Joe DuBois, 8-1; Jay Reiss-Matt Dupuis (N) d. Tim Cotter-Cam Sullivan, 8-3; Luke Williams-A.J. Gagner (N) d. Matt Kelly-Tim McCrohan, 8-5.

Uxbridge 3, Northbridge 2 — Sam James (N) d. James Stark, 8-6; Kyle Semle (U) d. Joe Conoy. 8-4; Tom Travaline (U) d. Nate Beckwith, 8-1; Jay Reiss-Matt Dopuis (N) d. Tim Cotter-Cam Sullivan, 8-3; Stephen Ackerman-Devin Travaline (U) d. Luke Williams-Alex Alfonso, 8-3. Records: U 4-4. N 2-7.

Boys’ track

Archbishop Williams 74, Matignon 52 — Bishops junior Jonathan Pierre registered a personal best in the shot put (47 feet, 2 1/4 inches).

Stoughton 86, Oliver Ames 50 — Jordan Taylor took the 200 and 400 meter dashes for the Black Knights.

Plymouth South 110, Scituate 26 — Drew Cuadagno won the javelin, 100, and 4 x 100 to help lead the Panthers.

Hingham 110, Quincy 26 — Senior Aidan Ryan continued his dominance for the Harbormen (4-0) with wins in the 200, 100, and long jump.

Douglas 83, Hopedale 52 — Josh Osipitan won the triple jump (37-6), high jump (5-2) and the 100 (11.4) to lift the host Tigers (1-2, 1-2 Dual Valley). Dan Manoli took the shot put (36-10) and the discus (96-4) for the Blue Raiders (1-2, 1-2).

Tahanto 117, West Boylston 19 — Senior Palmer Bigelow won the mile (4:49) and 800 (2:17) and sophomore Cole McCubrey took the shot put (42-3) and discus (92-2) to lead the host Stags (1-1) past the Lions (0-3). Junior teammate Tim McQuadd won the javelin (137-10) and long jump (18-2), and freshman Ryan Mott prevailed in the 400 hurdles (66.4) and 110 hurdles (18.3).

Sutton 88, Nipmuc 48 — Liam Garvey won the 110 hurdles (17.6) and the 400 (57.4) to help the Sammies (4-0, 4-0 Dual Valley) top the Warriors (0-2, 0-2) at Whitinsville Christian. Nipmuc’s Kurt Robakiewicz won the long jump (20-2-1/2), triple jump (46-4) and the 200 (23.9), and teammate Kevin Hack won the high jump by clearing 6 feet, 8 inches.

Wachusett 111, Fitchburg 34 — Brian Lindburg won the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles to lead the visiting Mountaineers (3-1) past the Red Raiders (2-2).

Worcester Tech 118, Keefe Tech 17 — Senior Tim Budgell won the shot put (44 feet) to lead the visiting Eagles (6-0). Senior teammate Brenden Homfab took the javelin with a personal-best throw of 107-5.

Shrewsbury 99, Shepherd Hill 46 — Senior Tyler O'Keefe won the 800 to lift the host Colonials (5-0, 4-0 Midland A) past the visiting Rams (0-3).

Algonquin 76, Leominster 59 — Senior Nick DeFeudis (110 hurdles, 400 hurdles) and juniors Max Michaud (mile, high jump) and Jacob Gore (400, triple jump) each won twice to help the host Tomahawks (3-1, 2-1 Midland A) beat the Blue Devils (0-4, 0-4).

Littleton 79, Murdock 51 — Hunter Gray (110 hurdles, 400 hurdles) and Brian Cahill (shot put, discus) each won two events to spark the host Tigers (3-0). The Blue Devils’ Austin Landress (400, high jump) and Jordan Manuel (800, 2 mile) were double winners.

Boys’ volleyball

Algonquin 3, Worcester North 0 — Senior Eric Le recorded 10 digs and junior Mark Dyer added 15 assists and five kills to help the visiting Tomahawks (9-1) blank the Polar Bears (4-7). Set scores were 25-16, 27-25, 25-19. Colbert Agyei (6 kills) and Andrew Sasaki (12 assists) led North.

Xaverian 3, St. John’s (Shrewsbury) 0 — Senior Mike Krumsiek had nine kills and junior Mitch Yit had 20 assists in a road loss for the Pioneers (4-8). The set scores were 25-16, 25-19, 25-23.

Abby Kelley Foster 3, Douglas 2 — Sophomore Brian Flanagan had 12 kills and seven digs, and Brennan Hildebrand had 20 digs for the host Tigers (2-10) in a loss to the Bears (6-7). Set scores were 25-18, 17-25, 21-25, 25-19, 15-13.

Wayland 3, Marlborough 0 — Senior Jake Monfalcone (7 kills, 3 blocks) and captain Jony Maciel (7 kills, 2 aces) led the host Panthers (5-7) in a loss to the Wildcats. Set scores were 25-18, 25-14, 25-20.

Monty Tech 3, University Park 1 — Tashonn Tallman (11 kills, 7 blocks), Josh Gamache (2 aces, 10 kills) and Brandon Terho (3 kills, 9 blocks) led the host Bulldogs (9-5, 6-2 Colonial Athletic) past the Cougars (7-6, 3-5). Set scores were 25-13, 19-25, 25-13, 25-19. Main South’s Angel Acosta recorded 14 kills and two blocks, and teammate Elvis Arencibia dished out 10 assists.

Wellesley 3, Milford 1 — Senior captain Charlie Bolton led the Raiders (9-6) with 2 aces, 2 kills, 8 digs and 34 assists.

Softball

Tri-County 3, Norfolk Aggie 0 — Junior Kyla Johnson pitched a complete-game shutout for the Cougars (5-3), striking out five with no walks.

King Philip 7, Foxborough 5 — Senior Lindsey Cunniff had two triples and four RBIs for the Warriors (4-7) in a losing effort.

West Bridgewater 8, Holbrook 3 — Alli May had three hits, drove in two runs and scored twice in the Wildcats’ win.

Carver 7, Abington 3 — Sam Rudnik had two hits, a triple, and an RBI for the Crusaders.

Dedham 10, Brookline 3 — Sophomore Erin Gilmore had three hits and two RBIs to lead the Marauders (5-4).

Acton-Boxborough 17, Waltham 0 — Senior Anna Meusel threw a six-inning perfect game for the Colonials (5-6) with five strikeouts. She had come close to the feat before, throwing a one-hitter last season.

Rockland 12, Randolph 0 — Junior Angela Turner went 2 for 3 with two doubles and four RBIs for the Bulldogs. Erin Buckley picked up the shutout with 14 strikeouts.

Taunton 11, Canton 3 — Freshman Liana Duarte had three hits and three runs scored for the Tigers (11-0). Senior Kelly Reading added three hits and an RBI to help the Tigers qualify for the state tournament.

Bishop Stang 5, Dartmouth 0 — Junior Nichole Vachon hit an RBI double in the fifth to put the Spartans (9-0) up 4-0. Sophomore Lauren Jackson had two hits, two RBIs, and a run scored in the victory.

East Bridgewater 13, Norwell 1 — Junior Jenna Talabach threw a complete game for the Vikings (5-3), striking out 12. Behind the plate, senior catcher Maddie Palmquist clubbed a two-run home run in the first inning.

Notre Dame (Hingham) 2, Marshfield 0 — Sophomore Kelsie Dwyer hit a walkoff two-run home run to left-center in the seventh. Hannah Coulter scattered three hits as the Cougars improved to 7-2.

Narragansett 13, Murdock 1 — Junior Becky Brandeberry went 3 for 4 with a double, a home run, two RBIs and three runs and classmate Heather Wrigley had a triple among her three hits and three RBIs to power the Warriors (7-2) past the Blue Devils (3-6). Senior classmate Micayla Davis had 3 hits, 2 triples and 2 RBIs. Tatum Mahoney had two hits and an RBI for Murdock.

Douglas 8, St. Bernard’s 4 — Senior Ashley Gresian (RBI) and sophomore Kirsten Jussaume (2 runs) each had a hit as the host Tigers (1-10) topped the Bernardians (2-8). Hailey Droogan hit an RBI double for Douglas.

St. Peter-Marian 5, Doherty 2 — Senior Erin Gallo struck out 17 and senior catcher Brianna Tortora went 3 for 4 with an RBI to propel the top-ranked Guardians (9-0) past the host Highlanders (6-3) at Worcester State. Doherty’s Nicolette Genkos hit an RBI single. Emily Powers hit a pair of sacrifice flies for St. Peter-Marian.

Holy Name 12, Worcester South 0 — Sophomore Lily Ginese (three hits, two runs, RBI) and junior Sophia Monopoli (two hits, two RBIs, run) led the Naps (6-5) to a road victory over the Colonels (2-8).

Bancroft 5, Concord Academy 4 — Junior Alyssa Shear struck out 10, hit two triples and scored, and senior catcher Hannah Zamore singled, doubled and drove in a run to help the visiting Bulldogs (3-3) edge the Chameleons (1-6). Bancroft senior Allie Rains went 2 for 4 with a triple and a run.

Girls’ golf

Wachusett 28, Groton-Dunstable 26 — Freshman Isabelle Premkumar shot 7-over 43 at Groton CC for the host Crusaders (3-1, 0-1 Mid-Wach) in a loss to the Mountaineers (3-1, 2-0).

Notre Dame (Worcester) 36½, Westborough 17½ — Junior Lauren Fantaroni shot 6-over 42 at Cyprian Keyes to lead the host Rebels (8-0) past the Rangers (3-5).

Girls’ lacrosse

Wellesley 12, Newton North 8 — Senior Cecily Docktor and freshman Caitlin Chicoski led the No. 7 Raiders (9-0), with four goals each.

Medford 17, Winthrop 6 — Senior Hannah Callup had five goals and three assists for the Mustangs (4-7).

Weston 14, Waltham 10 — Natalie Casey and Michaela O'Laughlin had four goals each for the Wildcats (7-4-1). Sophomore Taylor Pinzone tallied her 100th goal of the season in a losing effort. She now has 205 for her career.

Algonquin 16, Nashoba 6 — Seniors Jackie Healy (5 goals, 2 assists), Kendyl Finelli (2 goals, 5 assists) and Julia Insani (3 goals, assists) led the host Tomahawks (7-2, 6-1 Wachusett A) past the Chieftains (1-9, 0-6). Olivia Hurd led Nashoba with two goals. Nicole Kelly scored twice for Algonquin.

Hudson 11, Marlborough 10 — Isabella Lima collected six goals and Taylor Polonarenko added four, including the tying and winning goals late in regulation to lift the visiting Hawks (7-2, 4-1 Mid-Wach C) past the Panthers (5-6, 4-2). Nikki Carter scored five goals for Marlboro, and teammates Ashley Desko and Sarah Hanahan each netted a pair.

Bromfield 17, Oakmont 4 — Junior Sophia Turchetta (7 goals, assist) and sophomores Kaeli Armstrong (3 goals, assist), Hannah Lochiatto (3 goals) and Meg Parlee (2 goals) powered the host Trojans (7-1, 4-1 Mid-Wach B) past the Spartans (1-6, 0-6). Hannah Harrington netted two goals for Oakmont.

Tyngsborough 11, North Middlesex 8 — Goalie Brianna Day-Lewis made 12 interceptions and 11 saves, while Jackie Richardson had five goals and an assist to lead the visiting Tigers (5-5, 2-4 Mid-Wach B) over the Patriots (8-4, 4-2). Kylie O'Hare (2 goals) and Jenna Durkin (goal, 3 assist) also played well for Tyngsboro. Danielle Kozloski and Madison Ozog each had hat tricks for North Middlesex and Kimmie Zuccaro scored twice.

St. Bernard’s 10, Nipmuc 9 — Senior Molly Richard (5 goals) scored with 1:05 left in the second overtime to give Bernardians (8-4) the home win. Grace Merten had four goals for the Warriors (4-6), and teammates Jenna Fitzgerald and Maggie Moss each scored twice.

Hopedale 18, Sizer 8 — Senior Katie Rizzo (7 goals), senior Maurine Hodges (5), sophomore Payton Moxim (3) and freshman Michaela Vail (2) led the Blue Raiders (3-6) to a home win. Charlotte Ward netted five goals for Sizer (0-4).

Girls’ tennis

Canton 4, Taunton 1 — Sophomore Emma Sokolovsky clinched the victory for the Bulldogs (3-6) with a 7-5, 6-2 win at first singles.

Hudson 5, Leominster 0 — Julia Smolowitz d. Sayali Karke, 6-1, 6-2; Katie Benson d. Jocelyn Menendez-Aponte, 6-1, 6-1; Emma Polk d. Akanksha Nagarkar, 6-3, 6-0; Maris Laughton-Lauren Gasek d. Katie Burdett-Sabrina Bonetti, 6-0, 6-0; Elizabeth Billings-Victoria Gibbs d. Taylor Brown-Nadia Djan, 6-0, 6-0. Records: H 5-2, (4-0 Midland B), L 0-6 (0-4).

North Middlesex 3, Quabbin 2 — Nicole Peterson (Q) d. Mellisa DiPano, 6-2, 6-3; Abby Hurd (Q) d. Stephanie Mullin, 8-7 (7-3), 6-3. Lynn Shattuck (NM) d. Mira Lockwood, 6-2, 6-1; Amy Flournoy-Delaney Ledoux (NM) d. Emily Arsenault-Madison Carr, 6-1, 6-3; Linda Zheng-Taylor Larsen (NM) d. Hannah Bedard-Savannah Hippert, 6-1, 6-2. Records: NM 3-4 (3-1 Midland B).

Girls’ track

Bridgewater-Raynham 96½, Brockton 39½ — Senior Barbara Odiah paced the Trojans with wins in the high jump, triple jump, and 100-meter hurdles. Each performance qualified her for the all-state meet in each event.

Douglas 82, Hopedale 49 — Rachel Dixon won the triple jump (32-5) and the high jump (4-4) and Olivia Collins took the 100 (13.2) and the 200 (27.1) to boost the host Tigers (2-1, 2-1 Dual Valley) past the Blue Raiders (0-3, 0-3).

Tahanto 104, West Boylston 32 — Senior Sarah Makuc won the long jump (15-10), triple jump (29.4), 200 (29.8) and 400 (68.4) to lead the host Stags (2-0). Amanda Benson won the high jump (4-8) and 100 (12.9) for the Lions (0-3).

Wachusett 122, Fitchburg 14 — Senior Chelsea Owusu won the triple jump and 100, and freshman Sara James took the long jump and javelin to boost the host Mountaineers (4-0, 4-0 Midland A) past the Red Raiders (0-4, 0-4).

Nipmuc 20½, Sutton 111½ — Haley Thurber won the javelin (79.0) and the shot put (27-0-1/2), Mackenzie George took the triple jump (32-4) and the 400 hurdles (76.3), Julia Malenchini won the 100 (13.2) and the 200 (27.4) and Taylor Arthaud captured the long jump (13.2-1/2) and the 100 hurdles (17.5) to boost the Suzies (4-0, 4-0 Dual Valley) at Whitinsville Christian. Nicole Murphy won the 800 (2:27.3) and the mile (5:28.5) for the Warriors (0-2, 0-2).

Worcester Tech 101, Keefe Tech 34 — Sophomore Adja Sackor won the long jump (16-1), triple jump (35-5), 200 (28.0) and 100 (13.2) for visiting Worcester Tech (6-1).

Shrewsbury 87½, Shepherd Hill 54½ — Senior Elaine Karageorgis won the shot put and javelin to help the host Colonials (4-1, 3-1 Midland A) defeat the Rams (1-3, 1-2). Shepherd Hill’s Kendra O'Malley won the 100 and 200, and teammate Tory Stoddard won the triple jump and high jump.

Littleton 79, Murdock 51 — Hunter Gray won the 110 hurdles and the 400 hurdles, while Brian Cahill won the discus and shot put to boost the host Tigers over the Blue Devils. Austin Landress won the 400 and the high jump for Murdock.