The co-op team of Bridgewater-Raynham/West Bridgewater continued its dominance with a win over Norton on Saturday

 The wins keep piling up.

The co-op team of Bridgewater-Raynham/West Bridgewater continued its dominance with a 145.25-130.45 girls gymnastics win over Norton on Saturday.

 Sophomore sensation Olivia Keyes posted the highest score of the contest on uneven bars (9.35) and the second-highest on vault (9.2).

 The squad also received a boost from juniors Kara Devereaux (uneven bars 9.25, career high) Olivia Kmito (floor, 9.45, second-highest in meet) and Alison Silva (vault 9.3, balance beam 9.3, floor exercise 9.5).

 Oliver Ames 139.5, North Attleboro 138.6: On Friday, sophomore Lauren Picanzi carried the Tigers (4-0) with an all-around score of 35.6, 9.1 on bars and 9.2 on floor.

 Senior Hannah Moynihan (35.5 all around, 9.1 on vault and floor) also helped fuel Oliver Ames. Senior Charis MacCuish tied Picanzi on the floor with a 9.2.


 Brockton excels: The Boxers placed third at the Division 1 state relay championships with a total of 34 points. The team received medals in six of 10 events. The Boxers took second in the long jump, third in hurdles and fifth in high jump.


 Brockton makes mark: The Boxers won medals in six out of seven events at the Division 1 state relay meet. Julieth Nwosu, Nekechi Nwosu and Rayna Hector placed first in the shot put relay. Denesha LaFontant, Soraya Masse and Marie Elysee placed third in the long jump relay.

 Telma Takang, McKenzi Manigault and LaFontant finished third in the high jump relay.


 Oliver Ames 67, Attleboro 54: On Friday, the Lady Tigers (6-2) were led by Kayla Raymond (38 points, 11 rebounds). Abby Reardon (10 points, six rebounds, five assists) and Alex Sheldon (nine points, six rebounds) also contributed to the win.


 Abington 72, Carver 45: On Friday, the Green Wave (4-4, 3-3) was carried by John Muniz (15 points), Bryson Andrews (14 points) and Jack Maguire (12 points) in the South Shore League game.


 King Philip 7, Stoughton 0: The Black Knights were shut out in Hockomock play.