Wednesday, 4/24/13 9:55 AM
Award to Gina Stoyle for Massachusetts South Sectional All-Academic Basketball Team
Congratulations to Gina Stoyle for being named to the Massachusetts South Sectional All-Academic Basketball Team, sponsored by the Massachusetts Basketball Coaches Association and the Red Auerbach Youth Foundation. This accomplishment signifies her outstanding accomplishments as being one of the top student-athletes in the state of Massachusetts during the 2012-2013 season.
The girls basketball teams will finish their Hockomock League games today with three games against North Attleboro. The freshmen host NA at 3:15 today, the JV travel to NA for a 3:15 game and the Varsity plays at NA at 6:15 pm.
Next Monday the Hornets will host the Roundball tournament for both the boys and girls. Both teams will celebrate senior night on Monday as the Girls host Dartmouth at 5:30 pm and Boys host Wakefield at
7:15 pm. Come to the tournament and support the senior players for Senior Night on Monday.
On Wednesday night, the Girls team battled league leading Franklin all night long but came up just short in a 44-38 loss. Erin Glavin led all scorers with 16 points to lead the Hornets comeback and Janet Maher added 9 points and 8 rebounds.
The Girls Basketball teams swept the Milford Hawks last night with three wins at home.
The Freshmen team improved to 12-2 overall with a 20 point victory over Milford after shutting holding them scoreless in the 2nd and 3rd quarters. The team was led by Jill Savoie, Jocelyn Reardon and Sarah Mullahy.
The JV team improved to 11-4 with a 44-22 victory over Milford. The Hornets began the game with a 20-0 run and never looked back. The team was led by Jackie Carchedi, Ally Skinner and Allie O'Mara.
The Varsity defeated Milford by a score of 51-39. Gina Stoyle led all scorers with a career high 22 points, including 5 3-pt field goals. The team led by 5 at the half but scored 27 2nd half points to pull away from the Hawks.
All 3 teams will play at Taunton on Friday night.
The girls basketball teams will travel to Foxboro today for three games with the Warriors with Frosh at 3:30, JV at 5:00 and Varsity at 6:30.
On Tuesday, the Freshmen improved to 11-1 with a victory over KP. Lindsay Dalton led all scorers to lead the Hornets.
The JV improved to 9-4 with a win over KP. The team was led by Moriah Baker, Jackie Carchedi and Allie O'Mara.
The Varsity lost a shootout to KP by a score of 65-59. Jess Stoyle had a career high 17 pts to lead the Hornets.
The girls basketball teams won 2 of 3 games against Attleboro on Friday. The Freshmen improved to 10-1 with a dominating win against Attleboro. Anna Chirolanza, Jocelyn Reardon and Erin Wager led the
way for the Hornets.
The JV team improved to 8-4 with a great 2nd half against Attleboro. The team was led by Debra Peel, Allie O'Mara and Jen Kemp.
The Varsity lost a close game to Attleboro as the Bombardiers hit seven free throws in the final minute and a half. Janet Maher led the team with 11 pts and Gina Stoyle added 8 pts.
All 3 teams will travel to KP tomorrow for games with the Warriors.
Last night in Girls Basketball action the Hornets swept the Bulldogs in all 3 games. The Freshmen team improved to 8-1 with a 56-10 victory over Canton. The team was led by Claire Maroney, Lindsay Dalton and Jill Savoie.
The JV team improved to 7-4 with a 56-22 victory over Canton. The team was led by Caitlin Regan, Debra Peel, Felicia Salden and Caitlin Otto.
The Varsity scored a season high 41 points in the first half to lead by 31 points at halftime. They finished the game with a 61-27 victory over Canton. Erin Glavin led all scorers with 14 pts, Alyssa Kelley added 13 points and Lauren Beecher added 8 points for the Hornets. Eleven different players scored for Mansfield in the game.
The JV and Varsity will travel to Coyle for two games on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, the Girls Freshmen team improved to 7-1 with a victory over Stoughton. The team led by 4 at the end of 3 quarters but dominated the 4th quarter and won by 19 points. Playing well for the Hornets were Lauren Dumouchel, Jocelyn Reardon and Claire Maroney.
The JV team also defeated Stoughton with a 6 point win. The team trailed by 2 pts at halftime but rallied for the victory in the 4th quarter. The team was led by Kelsie Savageau, Julianna Newell and Jen Kemp.
The Varsity played well against a very good Stoughton team and led by a point with 3 minutes remaining, but Stoughton made 7/8 free throws in the final minute to hold off the Hornets. The team was led by Janet Maher and Alyssa Kelley with 12 pts each and Gina Stoyle added 9 pts on 3 3-pt field goals.
All 3 teams will play NA on Friday with the Frosh at NA and the JV and Varsity will play NA at home on Friday as part of a 4-game match-up with the Rocketeers.
Last night the Girls Freshmen Basketball team improved to 7-0 on the season with a dominating win against Notre Dame of Hingham. The team was led by Claire Maroney, Lindsay Dalton and Jill Savoie.
All three teams will travel to Franklin today for games with the Panthers.
On Tuesday, the Girls Freshmen team improved to 6-0 with a victory over Taunton. The team was led by Jocelyn Reardon and Anna Chirolanza.
The JV team also defeated Taunton with Kelsie Savageau, Debra Peel and Caitlin Otto playing well for the Hornets.
The Varsity team saw a great comeback fall just short on Tuesday night in a 46-49 loss. The team trailed by 16 points in the 3rd quarter but rallied back to tie the score with a minute left in the game at 46-46, but Taunton made 3 of 4 free throws in the final minute to hold on. Gina Stoyle had a career high 17 points in the game and Alyssa Kelley had a career high 9 points in her first Varsity start.
All 3 teams will travel to Franklin to take on the Panthers on Friday night.
Girls Freshmen Basketball
The freshman girls teamed started their season with a 42-22 victory against Oliver Ames. The team was led by led by leading scorers Jennifer Kemp (9 points) and Jocelyn Reardon (7 points). The team showed balance as all 10 players were able to score. In the first half the team showed a strong defensive effort by holding Oliver Ames to only 7 points. Second half Oliver Ames were able to make a comeback having 14 third quarter points. The hornets were able to keep their lead having 16 fourth quarter points to finish the game. Forward Sarah Mullahy contributed key rebounds offensively and defensively throughout the game. The freshman girls will travel to Sharon on Friday for their next game.
Game info by Heather McPherson
Reported by Brian Carchedi - Profile