Leading, 2-1, in the bottom of the fourth inning, the third-ranked Taunton softball team (10-1) got consecutive RBI hits from senior captains Jaime Brown and Alexa White to stretch their lead in a 7-2 win over fifth-ranked Bishop Feehan in a rematch of last year’s Division 1 South sectional semifinal.
Brown slugged a two-run double to plate a pair of runs and scored on White’s single a batter late. White added two more RBIs on a sixth-inning double, finishing the night with three hits.
“This was a tournament-style game,” said Taunton coach Dave Lewry. “We came out, put pressure on them, their pitcher had us off balance, but we hung in and got a couple of breaks. I wouldn’t be surprised if we meet again.”
The Tigers got around early on Shamrocks pitcher Jess Levesque. Sophomore McKenzie McAloon cracked her first career home run, a solo shot, to give Taunton a lead. She knocked in another run on a third-inning sacrifice fly.
“She’s been working on things offensively and it has started coming together,” said Lewry. “This was a big game for her and shows her hard work is paying off.”
In the circle, Taunton sophomore Kelsey White went the distance, scattering four hits and fanning nine. She met trouble in the seventh, loading the bases with no outs, but worked out of it allowing just one run.
“Kelsey really is mentally tough,” said Lewry. “She’s a great pitcher who throws her best pitches in tough situations.”
Acton-Boxborough 21, Wayland 7 — Sophomore Olivia Comolli went 4 for 4 with a single, double, and triple and junior Sarah Keagy went 3 for 3 with four RBIs for the Colonials (9-1).
Beverly 12, Winthrop 0 — Emily Stillwell went 3 for 3 with four runs scored and fired five shutout innings for the Tigers (7-4).
Braintree 4, Mansfield 2 — Freshman Brooke Bonfiglioli went 2 for 3 with a double, run, and RBI while giving up just one earned run in the circle for the Wamps (9-2).
Bridgewater-Raynham 6, Dartmouth 0 — Junior Julia Ferry pitched a one-hitter, striking out nine and walking two for the No. 4 Trojans (12-1). B-R was led offensively by seniors Lexi Silva (3 hits, 2 RBIs, home run) and Kylee Piche (3 hits, run) and sophomore Riley Scrozinski (2 RBIs, double).
Case 16, New Bedford 5 — Madison Medeiros (4 for 6, homer, 4 RBIs), Ali Feilhauer (3 for 5, double), and Chloe Bibeau (4 for 6) carried the Cardinals.
Essex Tech 11, Shawsheen 2 — Sophomore Ally Countie (4 for 4, 4 RBIs), senior Ally Flagg (4 for 4, 2 RBIs), and junior Sheree Fallon (2 for 4, 2 RBIs) paced the Hawks (6-4) offensively. Fallon also tossed a complete game and struck out five.
Foxborough 17, Ursuline 10 — Sophomore Nicole Theriault (4 for 5, 4 RBIs), sophomore Morgan Sylvestre (2 hits, 3 RBIs), senior Chelsea Gibbons (3 hits, 3 RBIs, HR), and senior Jill Finn (3 for 4) led the way for the Warriors (5-8).
Greater New Bedford 14, Diman 0 — Junior Skylar Dubois recorded her first varsity no-hitter in the circle, striking out six and walking two for the Bears (10-2).
Methuen 8, Reading 4 — Junior Dana Littlefield went 2 for 3 with a run and an RBI for the 12th-ranked Rangers (8-3).
Nantucket 22, Cape Cod Tech 1 — Senior Madlyn Lamb recorded all 15 outs on 15 strikeouts to earn the five-inning victory for the Whalers (10-1).
Needham 7, Barnstable 5 — Cece Wekstein struck out 13 in a complete game to pick up her second victory of the season for the Rockets (4-7).
Northeast 26, Greater Lawrence 5 — Senior Kayleigh Brammer finished with four hits, a double shy of the cycle, for the Golden Knights (7-4).
Pembroke 6, Hingham 0 — Freshman Tory O'Malley threw a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts for the Titans (2-10).
Weymouth 19, Scituate 5 — Grace Abboud pitched a complete game for the visiting Wildcats (3-7).
Apponequet 2, Bourne 0 — Brady Ouellette pitched a complete game scattering three hits and striking out 15 for the Lakers (10-1).
Belmont 5, Wakefield 1 — Junior Justin Rocha went 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI and Joe Carey picked up his second win of the season with a complete game for the Marauders (8-2).
Braintree 7, Canton 0 — Senior John Tellier pitched six shutout innings with seven strikeouts and freshman Jordan Gorham was 3 for 3 fore the Wamps (10-3).
East Boston 7, Boston International 2 — Senior Maikel Pujols went the distance, striking out 10, and allowed one earned run for the Jets (8-4).
Hopedale 4, Keefe Tech 0 — John McDonough threw a no-hitter for the Blue Raiders.
Lincoln-Sudbury 7, Westford 1 — Senior James Dillon went 4 for 5 with two triples and four RBIs for the Warriors (11-3).
Lynn Classical 14, Everett 2 — Senior Brett Bucklin scattered four hits, striking out five, and aided is own cause with four RBIs for the Rams (8-3).
North Attleborough 4, Sharon 3 — Senior pitcher Matt Seavey allowed one earned run in five innings, fanning nine, and the Red Rocketeers (5-9) plated the winning run in the seventh on a passed ball.
Norwell 11, Hull 6 — Senior captain Brendan Hynes (5 innings pitched, 12 strikeouts) gave way to senior captain Sean Coffey (3 innings pitched, W) as the Clippers (4-6) won in eight innings. Coffee also collected three hits, three runs, and three stolen bases. The Clippers scored two in the seventh to tie and five in the eighth to put the game away.
Silver Lake 3, Plymouth South 1 — Michael Quigley (4-2) tossed a one-hitter and struck out nine, out-dueling Adam Mahar, who threw a complete game and struck out six. Will Cauchon hit a two-run triple in the fifth to seal the win for the Lakers (8-3).
St. Sebastian’s 6, Governor’s Academy 0 — Junior Matt Joyce tossed six shutout innings to earn his sixth win of the season for the Arrows (13-3). Senior Billy Seidl had two runs and an RBI while freshman Joey Sylvester added an RBI.
Thayer 3, Lawrence 2 — Junior Ryan St. Clair (2-1) went the distance, allowing one earned run and striking out four to propel the Tigers (11-6).
Watertown 5, Woburn 2 — Senior David Ouellet struck out eight in a complete-game effort and junior Brennan Cook cracked a two-run double in the fourth inning for the Raiders (5-6).
Whittier 4, Shawsheen 1 — Senior Matt Michel threw a complete game, allowing one run and striking out eight. Junior M.J. Cordeiro hit a two-run double in the fourth inning to give the Wildcats (10-1) a lead they didn’t relinquish.
Beverly 6, Danvers 5 — Foster Smallman scored the winner 47 seconds into overtime for the visiting Tigers (5-6).
Gloucester 11, Swampscott 9 — Junior Connor Vittands (1 goal, 3 assists), freshman Marc Smith (2 goals, 2 assists), and senior Jack Bergin (3 goals) led the Fishermen (2-10) in a comeback win.
Methuen 6, Haverhill 5 — Junior Joey Silverio scored three goals before classmate Aidan Hollingsworth registered the overtime winner. Sophomore Ethan Schena made 25 saves for the Rangers (5-9).
Weston 15, Cambridge 5 — Sophomore attack Christos Iatridas netted four goals and collected two assists as seven players scored for the Wildcats (7-2).
Bellingham 12, Dedham 0 — Junior Grace Costello recorded her 100th career goal for the Blackhawks (9-3).
Duxbury 20, Pembroke 7 — Ali Gill and Maeve Johnson tallied five goals and an assist apiece and Julia Barry added four goals and three assists for the Dragons (10-4).
Hingham 17, Scituate 12 — Audrey Cole and Elizabeth Hennessey each scored five goals for the Harborwomen (6-5).
Methuen 16, Haverhill 3 — Junior Katy Dorandi (5 goals) and senior Makayla Ferullo (3 goals) led the scoring for the Rangers (6-7).
Norwell 15, Middleborough 0 — Sophomore Allie Connerty and senior Katie Amorosino each tallied hat tricks for the Clippers (12-3).
Sandwich 11, Nauset 4 — Sophomore Macey White scored four goals and added an assist to guide the Blue Knights (10-2).
Sharon 15, Cardinal Spellman 4 — Senior Emma Eberhardt scored seven goals and added four assists while dominating on the faceoff (19 for 21) for the Eagles (9-3). Sophomore Jenna Goldstein added four goals and helped out on another.
Wellesley 13, Milton 0 — Senior Maddy Balter and sophomore Maja Desmond scored three goals each for the eighth-ranked Raiders (10-3).
Chelmsford 36, Algonquin 26 — The Lions (1-2-1) earned the first win in program history, rallying from a 9-point halftime deficit in front of an enthusiastic home crowd. ‘‘It was just an awesome team win, and very exciting for the school as a whole,’’ said coach Jeff Parks. ‘‘All 15 guys just played their hearts out. It was an unbelievable game played by both sides.’’ Senior David Hamilton was the Man of the Match for a scoring a try in addition to adding defensive pressure. Classmate Dylan Fielding was also strong offensively.
Andover 5, St. John’s Prep 0 — Sophomore Avi Jonarthanan battled back from a loss in the first set to win a 12-10 tiebreaker for the Golden Warriors (10-1).
Austin Prep 4, Saint Joseph Prep 1 — The Cougars (9-0) kept their perfect record intact with a doubleheader sweep of the Phoenix.
Lynn Classical 5, Everett 0 — Senior Stephen Ong rolled in his first singles match, 6-1, 6-1, for the Rams (5-6).
Revere 5, Salem 0 — Freshman Ashton Hoang didn’t drop a game in his first singles victory for the Patriots (5-5).
Wayland 3, Newton South 2 — Senior Gage Fuller and junior Will Gardner prevailed in the decisive doubles match for the Warriors (6-2).
Andover 5, Central Catholic 0 — Juniors Caroline Yang and Annette Kim cruised at first singles, 6-0, 6-0 for the Golden Warriors (9-1).
Brockton 4, New Bedford 1 — The Boxers (7-4) won all three of their singles matches, as senior captain Kayla Murphy (6-2, 6-4), senior captain Leila Depina (6-2, 6-3), and senior Alexis Edozie (6-1, 6-2) triumphed in straight sets. Sophomores Graces Lally and Zoe McDonald captured the second doubles match (6-4, 4-6, 10-7).
Manchester Essex 3, Masconomet 2 — In the third singles match, sophomore Jessie Miller won 6-3, 6-0 as the Hornets (6-0) pulled off the narrow victory.
Reading 5, Stoneham 0 — Ainslee Cohen and Mari Verrier raised their record at first doubles to 10-1 for the host Rockets (7-4).
Wellesley 4, Dover-Sherborn 1 — The Raiders’ first doubles team of Maria Laso and Haley Genta improved to 8-0 with a match-clinching victory.
Hingham 89, Plymouth South 47 — Senior Isabelle Gay broke a Hingham school record with a triple jump of 38 feet, 4.25 inches.