Elleana Bush scored a first-half hat-trick Thursday to lead the Middleboro High girls’ soccer team to a 3-2 home win over Hull in South Shore League action.
Rachel Ferioli and Jessica Perry had assists for Middleboro (4-5-2).
Elly Thomas and Veronica Fleming scored for Hull (5-6), and Fallon Ryan and Sarah Duran added assists.
In other high school action on Thursday:
Bridgewater-Raynham 5, New Bedford 0: Lily Ford scored twice, and Brianna Reid, Lily Giurleo and Selah Banez added goals for the visiting BR (8-3). Haylie Fortune had two assists and goalkeepers Cori Cahill and Mia Tierney shared the shutout. Beyoncé Gray, Willow Forbes-Smith, Emily Lincoln, Carissa Murray, Kayla Serrano, and Isabella Rossi also played well.
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Norwell 5, Rockland 0: The Clippers (5-0-5, 5-0-2 South Shore League) got goals from five different players: Caroline Hayes, Chloe Kirchner, Paige Flanders, Olivia Fiorella and Smilla Spasic. Goalkeeper Belle Pettit recorded her sixth shutout of the season. Norwell have won five straight since opening the season with five straight draws.
Blue Hills 3, Southeast 1: Kathleen Murphy scored twice, and Rose Ferguson (Holbrook) added a goal as the Warriors (6-0-2) gave coach Nicole Flynn her 100th career win. Emily Lehane (Braintree) had two assists and goalkeeper Mikeyla Roman (Randolph) made 17 saves.
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Cohasset 5, East Bridgewater 1: Tess Barrett and Ava Carcio each scored twice, and Megan Smith added a goal for the Skippers (7-1-1), who have won five straight.
Stoughton 2, Sharon 0: Shayla Ford scored both goals for the Black Knights (5-5-1). Goalkeeper Katrina Varnum made 6 saves.
Abington 2, carver 1: The Green Wave (3-5-2) won a South Shore League game at home.
Thayer Academy 2, Brooks 0: Nina Mathelus scored both goals for the Tigers.
Holbrook 9, Avon 2: Kate Austrino had both goals for Avon (4-4).
Randolph 5, Mashpee 0: Jonas Norsica scored twice, Angelot Brun also found the net, and Martin Griffith and Frantzly Supreme each scored their first college goal for the Blue Devils (4-4-2). Goalkeeper Hugo Teixeira achieved his second consecutive shutout.
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Cohasset 1, East Bridgewater 1: The Skippers (4-5-2, 4-0-1 South Shore League) tied with EB.
Norwell 6, Rockland 0: Max Flanders had a hat-trick, and Caleb White, Garrett Fisher and John Mullen added goals as the Clippers (7-1-2) beat the Bulldogs (8-3-1).
Canton 5, Mansfield 0: Owen Morrissey scored twice, and Ryan Kovner, Carson Eagles and Jack Lauro added goals for the Bulldogs (5-4-2).
Braintree 0, Wellesley 0: Senior goalkeeper Niko Papantonakis saved a first-half penalty to preserve host Wamps’ 0-0 draw (7-4-1).
Hull 5, Middleboro 0: The Pirates (4-6-1) won a South Shore League game at home.
Weymouth 1, Framingham 1: The Wildcats (6-1-3) played to a tie in the Bay State Conference.
Hanover 1, Plymouth North 0: Senior captain Ava Toglia scored, and goalkeepers MaryKate Vermette and Olivia Campo combined in the shutout for the host Hawks (6-2-2). Sami Burke, Merry DeCoste, MacKenzie Foley, Maren Hines and Morgan Sullivan stood out on defense. North drops to 6-4.
Hingham 8, Duxbury 0: Haylen Wilson had a hat-trick to lead the Harborwomen (9-1, 7-0 Patriot League) to a road victory. Stella Brazis and Caroline Doherty each scored twice, and Julia Glennon added a goal. Abbey Kennedy and Siena Brackett dominated in midfield.
Marshfield 2, Pembroke 0: Seniors Lyla Hunter and Erin Boyd scored for the Rams (5-3-1, 4-2 Patriot League).
Situation 6, Whitman-Hanson 0: Ava Ferreira and Lauren O’Neill played well for WH (0-8-2) in the road loss.
Oliver Ames 3, Foxboro 2: Senior Larissa Martins had 20 service points, 5 aces and 8 digs for the Tigers (6-4) in a 25-23, 23-25, 25-18, 23-25, 15-9 victory. Other OA stars: Clare Kavoulis (35 assists), Sarah Hilliard (24 kills), Maddie Homer (24 kills) and Caroline Hansen (13 kills).
Canton 3, Mansfield 2: Zoe Scibelli (20 RBIs, 7 aces) and Kaitlin Bigham (7 blocks, 6 spikes, 8 RBIs) led the Bulldogs (5-5) to a Hockomock League victory.
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East Bridgewater 3, Carver 0: Piper Bradbury, Caitlyn Gallagher and Adriana Amicangioli starred in EB (4-5).
Duxbury 3, Hanover 0: The Green Dragons (11-0) won on the road. Claire Kenney led Hanover with 6 kills, a block and 10 digs.
Abington 3, Mashpee 1: The Green Wave (9-3) won its fifth consecutive game.
The Choukas stars of Weymouth: Senior Anthony Choukas won the Bay State Conference individual crown, shooting 78 at Wellesley Country Club to beat four players who shot 79. It marks the first time in recent memory that a Weymouth player has won the title.
“It was a huge accomplishment,” said Wildcats coach Bob Dillon, Choukas’ father. “The AD (Rob O’Leary) and I were trying to find out (when was the last time someone from Weymouth won). He’s been there for a couple of years and I’ve only been there for two years. We’ve spoken to a different group of people and nobody can remember the last time someone (from Weymouth) won the individual championship. It’s definitely been quite a while.”
Dillon called the Choukas round “very close”. “There are a lot of talented kids in the Bay State Conference, but he was able to pull through,” Dillon said. “He was able to birdie the 17th and then hit an 8-footer on the 18th to save the 78 that ended up getting the win. He was consistent all day.”
Milton’s Johnny Gillooly tied for sixth with 80. Milton’s Ben Catudal shot 82 to finish ninth, and Braintree’s Nick Fasano was tied for 10th with 83. Wellesley (243) won the tag team title, followed by Needham ( 247) and Milton (250). Braintree (262) was sixth and Weymouth (269) tied for eighth.
“We struggled as a team this year, but the golf program is growing,” Dillon said of Weymouth. “Hopefully this will give us a boost going forward. We’ve got 35 kids on the show; we didn’t cut anybody. We had two JV teams. Seeing something like this, a homegrown kid capable of beating a lot of the bigger schools, It was definitely an achievement. I hope it pushes the show forward.”
East Bridgewater 114, Middleboro 93: Matt Werra was a medalist under 4-over-par (good for 23 points) while Cole Redder (21 points), Luke Parry (18) and Sean Gurney (18) also played well as EB (13-0) clinched the South Shore League Sullivan. Division title for the first time in school history.
Bridgewater-Raynham 145, Durfee 99: Co-captain Justin Peters shot 37 to earn 27 points in Stableford’s scoring as the Trojans (9-3) clinched the Southeastern Conference crown, their ninth straight league title. Pat Concannon and Richie Thayer shot 38 for BR and Liam Barry scored 39.
Canton 169, Taunton 173: Brendan Tourgee (41), Huck McCready (42), Brian Middleton (42), Joey Ryan (44) and Teddy Shuman (44) led the Bulldogs to victory.
Abington 127, Cohasset 113: Jacob Quinn (27 points), Hunter Grafton (26) and Joe Vanesse (21) led Green Wave to victory. Cohasset’s Luke Cosentino scored 27 points.
233 Duxbury, 236 Hingham: Zach Hamilton, Henry Macquarrie and Matt NeJame each shot 38 to lead the Dragons to a victory at the Duxbury Yacht Club. Tom Greenwood (39), Owen Hamilton (40) and Andrew Curley (40) also played well. Carson Erickson shot 36 for Hingham.
Whitman-Hanson 256, Silver Lake 260: The Panthers (2-11) won Seniors Day at Ridder Farm Golf Club. Senior captain Harry Chase, senior Nic Manganiello and sophomore Cooper Britton each shot 6-over-par 40s. Seniors Thomas Murphy, Matt Ward and Harry Carew had solid rounds.
Pembroke 241, Quincy 300: The Titans outscored the Presidents in Patriot League action.
Plymouth South 245, Quincy North 277: The Panthers beat the Raiders in Patriot League action.
Marshfield 239, Silver Lake 283: On Wednesday, the Rams (10-3) won at Halifax Country Club when juniors Shea Brearley and Jackson Faith shot 2-for-38 apiece. On Tuesday, the Rams posted their best score of the season in a 223-266 victory over Whitman-Hanson. at Ridder Farms. Nate O’Brien shot a par 34, and Mike Scully (2-for-36) and Sam Barnard (career-best 39) also starred.
CROSS COUNTRY GIRLS
20 Marshfield, 43 North Plymouth: North’s Macey Shriner won the race in a record time of 19:01, but the Rams (4-0) took the next 12 spots, led by Ava LoVuolo (2nd, 21:26), Eleanor Angeles-Whitfield (3rd , 21:27) and Ava Brunswick (4th, 22:34).
Weymouth Divisions: The Wildcats beat Milton, 24-32, and lost to Newton North, 27-28. Gracie Richard won the race and Izzy Galusha was fourth overall.
Natick 24, Braintree 31: The Wamps lost a close meeting of the Bay State Conference.
CROSS COUNTRY KIDS
Marshfield 18, North Plymouth 41: Tyler McCredie led a 1-4 sweep for the Rams (4-0), who clinched at least a share of the Patriot League crown. Jaycob Carpenter was fifth overall for North in 17:27. Cole Guiliani was sixth with 17:39.