The Boxers won, 25-22, 25-23, 25-18, at home on Thursday.

A team that can put up a consistent outing is always impressive.

The Brockton High girls volleyball team swept Mansfield in three straight sets on Thursday by scores of 25-22, 25-23, 25-18 in the home win.

 The Boxers (7-7) were led by Ayanna Griffith (10 kills, five blocks), Jada Froio (16 assists) and Emily Krisiukenas (30 digs).

 Elsewhere in girls volleyball:

 Middleboro 3, Abington 0: The Sachems (5-9, 4-4) swept by the Green Wave in a South Shore League contest.

 Silver Lake 3, Whitman-Hanson 1: The Panthers (2-12) fell in Patriot League action with set scores of 25-19 (W-H), 25-13 (SL), 25-17 (SL), and 25-18 (SL).

 Standouts from W-H were Halle Julian (five kills), Ella Sweeney (five kills), and Olive Martin with intensity on the court.


 Notre Dame Academy 3, Rockland 2: The Bulldogs fell despite two goals by Grace Oliver, with Maddie Blonde assisting on both tallies. Taylor Anzivino had a strong outing in net.


 Bridgewater-Raynham 122, Weymouth 53: Jack Prue (36, 19 points) led the way for the Trojans at Olde Scotland Links GC in their final regular season match in Stableford system play.

 Justin Lavoie, Luke Myers, and Jack Needham eash shot a 38 for 16 points.

 Cardinal Spellman 161, Falmouth 153: James Tyer, Chris Palin and Matt Cahill led the Cardinals (5-8) to a win at D.W. Field GC.

 Whitman-Hanson 242, Quincy 277: The Panthers (9-8) clinched a berth to the postseason tournament on senior night.

 Anthony Palmacci and Nick Duffy led the way by shooting a 1-over par 35.

 Other standouts were JP Drier (3-over) and Matt Stanish (2-over), while Tommy Bombardier, Ryan Sawtelle, Aidan Cotterm and David Murphy also had strong outings.


 Abington 27, Randolph 28: Brice Tolan (16:18) and Cam Curney (17:12) finished 1-2 overall for Abington (2-4) in the narrow win on Randolph’s 2.8-mile course.


 Randolph 28, Abington 31: Lauren Nelligan (19:28) and Hannah Kearney (21:50) finished 1-2 overall for Abington (0-6) in the loss on Randolph’s 2.8-mile course. Abington’s Sara Christian was fifth in 22:49.


 Bridgewater-Raynham 3, New Bedford 0: The Trojans (7-1-2) received goals from Savannah Paige, Coleen Campbell (Peyton Elliot assist), and Alex Byrne (Campbell assist).

 Goalie Hailey Colon had the shutout in net, while Riley McDonough played stellar defensively.

 Cohasset 4, Carver 0: Olivia Coveney broke open a scoreless game with 10 minutes remaining, and the Skippers (9-2, 8-0) pulled away for a South Shore League road win over the Crusaders (5-5-1, 3-3-1). Maddie Donovan added two goals for Cohasset, and Lauren Cunning also scored.