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Noontime’s Eastern Massachusetts High School Football Teams of the Week (Sept. 19, 2022)

An impressive rushing attack by the Weymouth High School football team helped the Wildcats score a 35-20 victory last Saturday over Newton North. (PHOTO: Matt Noonan/NoontimeSports.com)

By NoontimeSports.com

Two weeks of Massachusetts high school football are in the books.

Beginning today – and yes, every Monday throughout the remainder of the 2022 season – we will be highlighting 10 Eastern Massachusetts high schools for our weekly Teams of the Week post (you can also see the team we highlight on our Instagram channel).

The goal of this weekly post is to provide various schools, communities, and programs with some additional publicity following their recent outing.

Noontime’s High School Football Teams of the Week (Sept. 19, 2022)

Billerica: The Indians are off to a 2-0 start, thanks to back-to-back wins over Lowell (38-0) and Westford Academy (32-14). Quarterback JT Green will be the player to watch this week when the Green and White welcome Wilmington (0-2) to campus on Friday.

Brighton: Coach Randolph Abraham’s squad has produced 104 points through two contests, thanks to quarterback Sahmir Morales, who will be a player to watch this week when the Bengals welcome O’Bryant High School (0-1) to Daly Field.

Hanover: After dropping their season-opener to Duxbury, Hanover bounced back last Friday with a 42-6 victory over Plymouth North. Numerous Hawks reached the end zone, including wide receivers Joe Curran and Dave Quinlan, who combined for 11 catches for 179 yards and four touchdowns. Quinlan also fished with two tackles for a loss and one interception. This week, Hanover will visit Stoughton (1-1).

Holliston: One week after scoring a big opening day win against Foxborough, the Panthers scored another impressive victory by beating Medway, 48-0. Quarterback TJ Kiley highlighted the Red and White’s second win with five touchdowns, including two on the ground. This week, Holliston will visit Milton (2-0), which beat the Panthers last season by a score of 37-13.

North Attleboro: The Rocketeers needed an extra session to edge Mansfield last week to bump their current record to 2-0. North Attleboro is idle this week before welcoming Franklin (2-0) to town next Friday, September 30.

TechBoston: The Bears picked up their second win last Friday over Georgetown. Quarterback Leo Bowman and Ahmir Carrington combined for 239 rushing yards against the Royals – Bowman also registered two touchdowns. Coach Raul Brown’s squad will attempt to score its thirds-straight win this week against East Boston High School (0-2).

Walpole: Halfback Andrew Falzone rushed for three touchdowns last week as Walpole blanked Natick, 26-0. This week, the Timberwolves head to Wellesley (1-1) for a Saturday afternoon clash against a Raiders squad that beat Walpole one year ago by a score of 24-10.

Westwood: Quarterback Brendan Donegan registered 284 yards of total offense last week to go with five touchdown passes as the Wolverines rolled past Bellingham, 40-7. Westwood heads to Quincy (2-0) on Friday with hopes of continuing its early-season success.  

Whitman-Hanson: Make it back-to-back wins for the Panthers, which scored a hard-fought 7-0 win over Foxborough last Friday. Coach Zack Botelho’s squad will be on the road again this week, visiting Rockland (1-1) on Friday.

Weymouth: A total team effort, along with an impressive rushing attack led by Anthony Smith, Cameron Aieta, and Cam Fernandez helped the Wildcats score a 35-20 victory on Saturday against Newton North. Weymouth will visit Hingham on Saturday in a battle of 2-0 squads.

Mass. High Schools: Wednesday Scoreboard

NS High School Scoreboard

By NoontimeSports.com | @NoontimeSports & @Noontime_HS 

Another busy day of Eastern Massachusetts high school sports are in the books, and below are the various outcomes from baseball, softball, lacrosse, tennis, and volleyball.

Athletic Directors, coaches, student-athletes, and fans can submit scores to us on Twitter by tweeting to @NoontimeSports, @Noontime_HS or @NoontimeLax. 

Boy’s Lacrosse

  • St. Mary’s (Lynn) 12, Arlington Catholic 1
  • Dover-Sherborn 12, Westwood 5
  • Bishop Fenwick 20, Archbishop Williams 2
  • North Reading 20, Lowell Catholic 4
  • Hopkinton 10, Medway 5

Girl’s Lacrosse 

  • Westwood 17, Dover-Sherborn 7
  • St. Mary’s (Lynn) 17, Arlington Catholic 9
  • Revere 11, Methuen 10

Baseball 

  • Lynn Classical 13, Malden 0
  • Needham 2, Weymouth 1
  • Walpole 5, Braintree 4
  • Newton North 5, Natick 4
  • Andover 10, Lowell 3
  • Matignon 15, Pope John 4
  • Waltham 13, Cambridge 7
  • Westford Academy 4, Boston Latin 0
  • Revere 11, Medford 4

Softball

  • Wakefield 12, Northeast 5
  • Boston Latin 8, Cambridge 7
  • Austin Prep 9, Matignon 4
  • Somerville 3, Salem 1
  • Medford 4, Revere 3

Boy’s Tennis 

  • Malden 3, Lynn Classical 2
  • Medford 4, Revere 1

Girl’s Tennis 

  • Cambridge 4, Bedford 1
  • Malden 4, Lynn Classical 1
  • Boston Latin 4, Wayland 1
  • Somerville 5, Salem 0
  • Revere 4, Medford 1

Boy’s Volleyball 

  • Boston Latin 3, Wayland 0
  • Greater Lawrence Tech 3, Somerville 0

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Mass College Baseball: Locals Excel In Futures Collegiate Baseball League

Various local Massachusetts collegiate baseball players are excelling quite well in the FCBL! (Photo Credit: free-extras.com)

By Matt Noonan 

The Futures Collegiate Baseball League, which is in its second year of existence, has reached its midway point of the season. And with that being said, we’ve provided highlights and statistics from various Massachusetts collegiate baseball players, who’re currently excelling quite well thus far for their teams.

Here are just a few names to keep your eyes on before the season concludes in August.

Anyelo Roman, Lowell, MA (Seacoast Mavericks): The Dakota State University senior infielder currently leads the league, as well as his team with 25 RBIs. He’s also cranked six home runs, 26 hits, 18 runs, and four doubles in 23 games.

Sean Ryan, Norton, MA (Brockton Rox): The Wheaton College junior has been a major spark for the Rox this season, and currently ranks second in the league with a .373 average. Yet, he’s also tallied 13 runs, 28 hits, four doubles, three triples and 14 RBIs in 20 games. He also endured a seven-game hitting streak, which commenced on June 24 against the Pittsfield Suns and concluded against the North Shore Navigators on July 5. During that stretch Ryan registered 17 hits and eight runs.

Brendan Doonan, Cohasset, MA (Brockton Rox): Through six games this season, Doonan has tallied one win and one loss, but also owns a 1.04 ERA. The University of Rhode Island freshman recorded 8.2 innings pitched this season, but has also yielded three hits. Also, he’s recorded six strikeouts and five walks on the bump.

Bobby Dean, Danvers, MA (North Shore Navigators): Against the Rox on July 10, Dean retired 10 batters and surrendered three runs, while his offense tallied six points, which helped North Shore secure a critical road win. Dean’s 10 strikeouts were the most he’s thrown in a game this season, and currently, he leads the league with 36 strikeouts. The former Boston Globe and Herald All-Scholastic, as well as University of Rhode Island junior, has managed to earn one win on the bump this season. He’s pitched in six contests and has yielded 24 hits in 30 innings.

Chris Shaw, Lexington, MA (Nashua Silver Knights): The future Boston College Eagle has been a major contributor for his team this summer, as he’s recorded 17 runs, 33 hits, 10 doubles, six home runs and 25 RBIs in 27 contests. He’s also averaged one run per game currently, (he’s tallied one run in the last four games) and leads his team in RBIs.

Junior Vasquez, Lawrence, MA (Seacoast Mavericks): The Merrimack College freshman is one of six pitchers that have mustered three wins. He’s started four games this season, pitched in six total, and has retired 17 batters. His best outing thus far occurred on July 1 against the Raging Tide, as he pitched five shutout innings and recorded six strikeouts.