Friday’s high school roundup/scores: On warm day, Mylee Ramer fans 18 batters to power Bishop Feehan softball team

Mylee Ramer struck out 18 and gave up two hits, and Bella Silva went 2-for-3 with two RBI as Bishop Feehan (12-8) beat Attleboro 4-0 in nonleague softball action.

Cam Cloonan cranked a walk-off home run (her third of the game) to lift Dighton-Rehoboth (18-3) to an exciting 8-6 win over Middleboro. … Lauren Bernaiche collected 13 strikeouts in a complete game three-hitter while also going 3-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored as Apponequet (16-4) bested Dartmouth, 8-0.

Ava Perrotta hit the winning single to lift Central Catholic to a 6-5 win over Peabody. … Seventh-grader Camryn Collier won her fourth varsity game, and Claire Hauck (three hits, four RBI) and Maddy Andrade (three-run home run) fueled the offense for Latin Academy in a 13-1 win over Brookline. … Luka Bonhorst went 3-for-3, and Clara Donovan finished with two RBI, while Tessa Francis and Ruby Calienes combined for 16 strikeouts as Marblehead took down Ipswich, 7-0.

Madison Nereu doubled and homered for two RBI and two runs scored while striking out three in two innings of relief as Wareham (16-4) defeated Dennis-Yarmouth, 10-3. Starter Jolee Anderson struck out seven and allowed one earned run on four hits while also driving in two runs at the plate. … Jill Ondrick struck out nine over six innings and went 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs, while Kate McLeish (2-for-3, two RBI, two runs, walk) and Alyssa Burke (2-for-3, two RBI, run, sacrifice) chipped in as well as Archbishop Williams topped Braintree 11-1. … Kyla Story belted two home runs in an offensive explosion as Triton (15-4) topped Wilmington, 15-9.

Aliza Crean-Oviedo fanned 10 over seven innings, and Gabby Marichal (2-for-3, run, two RBI) and Ryleigh Williams (1-for-3, two RBI) paced the St. Mary’s (Lynn) (12-4) offense in a 5-1 Catholic Central League victory over Cardinal Spellman.

Delaney Moquin had a fantastic game at the plate (two home runs) and in the circle (16 strikeouts), propelling Silver Lake (17-2) to a 10-0 Patriot League win over Marshfield.

Seniors Crystyliah Covel (2-for-3, four RBI, four runs, stolen base), Paige Taylor (3-for-4, two RBI, four runs), Madison Monteiro (1-for-3, three RBI, run), Skylar Dearborn (1-for-2, RBI, three runs) and Katherine Farley (1-for-1, two RBI, two runs) stepped up offensively on Senior Day for Oliver Ames in a 19-4 Hockomock League win over Sharon.


Sean Higgins allowed no earned runs and scattered six hits in a complete-game effort, and Stephen Ondrick and Bennett Menghi drove in the runs for Archbishop Williams (8-11) in a 2-1 Catholic Central League win over Bishop Stang. Chris Swirbalus went 2-for-3 for the Bishops.

Josh Doney struck out six over a complete game shutout, and Michael DeMaino knocked in the winning run with a clutch eighth-inning single as St. Mary’s (Lynn) (15-4) advanced to the Mullins title game with a 1-0 win over Swampscott.

Jaden Lovell, Collin Meserve (three hits, run) and Matt Werra drove in a run each in the sixth inning for East Bridgewater in a 3-2 nonleague win over Silver Lake. … Ryan Kelly went the distance with nine strikeouts and surrendered one hit to lead Milton toward a 3-0 win over Mansfield. … Justin Serrechia hit a walk-off single with the bases loaded to give Apponequet a thrilling 4-3 win over Dartmouth.

Ryan Bowdridge (7-0) tossed four scoreless innings as Malden (16-4) defeated Revere 3-0 in the Greater Boston League. The 16 wins is the best regular season for the Golden Tornadoes since 1994.

Boys lacrosse

Peyton Volz (five goals, two assists) scored his 100th career goal as Southeastern defeated Greater New Bedford, 10-8, in a nonleague contest. … Will Norton (five goals, assist) and Owen Considine (hat trick, three assists) set the tone for Lynnfield in a 13-9 win over Melrose. … Dan Oman netted four goals and supplied one assist, while Jack Connolly and Cole Rodgers scored a goal and provided an assist each as Sandwich (15-3) beat Falmouth, 9-6. Shane Corcoran made 20 saves for the Blue Knights.

Girls lacrosse

In a nonleague matchup, Maisie Leland netted a hat trick as Hamilton-Wenham bested Swampscott, 7-6. … Erin Michelson scored five goals and dished out two assists, while Avalina DiGiallonardo made her 200th save at the buzzer for Milford in a 14-6 win over Seekonk.

Halle Greenleaf and Estelle Gromko scored hat tricks, while Ella Stein and Allie Wile had two goals each as Ipswich (15-1) rolled to a 13-1 Cape Ann League win over Triton.


Taunton holds an early lead after the opening day of the Div. 1 state track championships at Westfield State. Ancil Alexander won the discus throw (176-07) for the Tigers, who are a point ahead of Acton-Boxboro. On the girls side, Franklin leads with 39 points, three ahead of Westford Academy. Franklin was bolstered by wins from Sarah Dumas in the 400-hurdles (1:03.61) and Lily DeForge in the discus (133-09).


Timmy Kearney had 33 assists, while Kieran Fagan added 17 kills as Lincoln-Sudbury (11-7) defeated Brookline 3-1 in a nonleague contest. … Jayden Pelletier notched 20 kills and 18 digs for St. John’s Prep in a 3-1 win over Andover. … Drew Eason’s 19 kills and Shawn LaDuke’s 37 assists paced Methuen (18-2) to a 3-0 win over Newton South for the program’s winningest season ever.

Eric Su recorded 44 assists, while Henry Bonney registered 31 kills and Bruce Toledo tallied three aces as Cambridge edged Wayland 3-2 in Dual County League action.



Apponequet 4, Dartmouth 3

Arch. Williams 2, Bishop Stang 1

Beverly 14, Danvers 9

Blackstone Valley 6, AMSA 3

Bishop Feehan 7, Attleboro 1

BC High 10, Central Catholic 1

Chelmsford 8, Westford 3

Dighton-Reho. 4, Oliver Ames 3

E. Bridgewater 3, Silver Lake 2

Excel 14, Madison Park 13

Foxboro 11, Canton 2

Hamilton-Wen. 4, Masconomet 3

Hingham 8, North Quincy 1

King Philip 9, Westwood 5

Lowell 12, Acton-Boxboro 9 (8i)

Lynnfield 8, Burlington 6

Malden 3, Revere 0

Milton 3, Mansfield 0

Monomoy 5, Bourne 1

Oakmont 5, Bay Path 2

Quincy 12, Hull 2

St. John Paul II 4, Fairhaven 3

St. John’s Prep 15, Lexington 4

St. Mary’s (L) 1, Swampscott 0 (8i)

Sandwich 9, Marshfield 1

Somerset Berkley 3, Middleboro 2

Somerville 11, Cambridge 0

Stoneham 9, Saugus 3

Walpole 6, Norwood 0

Wellesley 8, Grafton 6

Weymouth 5, Norwell 4

Whittier 10, Ipswich 0


Haverhill 12, Tewksbury 4


Lincoln-Sudbury 7, Hopkinton 3


Bishop Stang 22, St. John Paul II 4

Concord-Carlisle 10, Lexington 4

Ipswich 11, Triton 10

Lincoln-Sudbury 18, Billerica 8

Lynnfield 13, Melrose 9

Manch. Essex 12, Essex Tech 6

Medway 17, W./E. Bridgewater 0

Nashoba Tech 14, Bay Path 2

Nauset 17, Martha’s Vineyard 5

Newburyport 19, Amesbury 4

Quincy/N. Quincy 16, Braintree 12

Sandwich 9, Falmouth 6

Southeastern 10, Gr. New Bedford 8

Tewksbury 9, Stoneham 4

Wellesley 9, Natick 4


Braintree 15, Quincy 6

Cape Cod Acad. 20, St. John Paul II 10

Conc.-Carlisle 13, Bishop Feehan 3

Georgetown 15, North Reading 12

Groton 19, St. Mark’s 3

Hamilton-Wenham 7, Swampscott 6

Holliston 15, Medway 11

Ipswich 13, Triton 1

Martha’s Vine. 10, Latin Acad. 8

Melrose 16, Lynnfield 14

Milford 14, Seekonk 6

Peabody 15, Acton-Boxboro 14


Milton 36, Brookline 34

Weymouth 99, Marshfield 5


Apponequet 8, Dartmouth 0

Arch. Williams 11, Braintree 1 (6i)

Atlantis Charter 20, Randolph 0

Bishop Feehan 4, Attleboro 0

Brighton 20, Charlestown 14

Central Catholic 6, Peabody 5

Dighton-Reho. 8, Middleboro 6 (8i)

Latin Academy 13, Brookline 1

Lincoln-Sud. 12, Newton North 2

Malden Catholic 11, Beverly 7

Marblehead 7, Ipswich 0

Monomoy 14, Carver 0

Nauset 9, Sturgis 8

Newburyport 7, Haverhill 1

New Mission 17, Boston Int. 2

Oliver Ames 19, Sharon 4

St. John Paul II 15, Martha’s Vine. 2

St. Mary’s (L) 5, Cardinal Spellman 1

Silver Lake 10, Marshfield 0

Triton 14, Wilmington 9

Wareham 10, Dennis-Yarmouth 3

Watertown/Weston 15, Somerville 3

Wellesley 15, Boston Latin 0

Weymouth 3, Quincy/N. Quincy 2

Weymouth 8, Quincy/N. Quincy 2

Whittier 6, Medford 2

Winchester 15, Lawrence 3


Ayer Shirley 3, Whittier 1

Billerica 3, Burlington 2

Cambridge 3, Wayland 2

Innovation 3, Prospect Hill 1

Lincoln-Sudbury 3, Brookline 1

Methuen 3, Newton South 0

Needham 3, Natick 1

St. John’s Prep 3, Andover 1

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