Junior Ralpho Casimir scored twice and added an assist as the Framingham boys soccer team pulled away from a strong Weymouth squad in a soaking 5-0 Bay State Conference victory at home on Thursday afternoon.

Junior Ralpho Casimir scored twice and added an assist as the Framingham boys soccer team pulled away from a strong Weymouth squad in a soaking 5-0 Bay State Conference victory at home on Thursday afternoon.

The Flyers (6-0-2, 4-0-2 BSC) led 1-0 at the half before pouring things on in the rain.

“If you watched the first half, you never would have thought it would end up 5-0,” Framingham coach Dan Avery said. “It was a back-and-forth game.”

Gabe Teotonio, Gus Andrade and Anthony Moraga also scored for the Flyers. Ben Oberg recorded his sixth shutout of the season in goal.

Weymouth fell to 6-2-1.

Framingham is off until next Thursday when the team plays at Brookline.

LINCOLN-SUDBURY 3, BOSTON LATIN 0: Senior captains Joe Mepham and Matt Lucey each scored to help keep the Warriors (8-0) unbeaten. Senior Joe Akisik also scored and Wilson Sneath, also a senior, earned the shutout in goal.

L-S plays at Concord-Carlisle on Saturday (4:15 p.m.) in the annual Kicks for Cancer event.

MEDWAY 4, HOPKINTON 1: Junior midfielder Luke Fagerson had two goals for the Mustangs (5-1-1, 5-0-1 TVL) in a Tri-Valley League victory. Juniors Cam Carpenter and Troy Newman each had a goal as senior captains Mitch Olsen and Matt Kaplan each picked up assists. Senior Ben Lind earned the win in his first career start in goal.

Medway led 3-0 at the half.

Junior keeper Patrick Crantz helped keep the Hillers (2-3-2 overall and TVL) in the game with 12 saves.

Senior Steven Maffiore scored for Hopkinton, assisted by junior Owen Schnur. Seniors John Carson and Owen DiNicola and sophomore Andrew Gaughan played well on defense for the Hillers, who play at Bellingham at 3:30 on Tuesday.

Medway plays Longmeadow on Saturday.

HOLLISTON 0, DEDHAM 0: Owen Burke played well at center midfield and keeper Thomas Sykes made three saves for the Panthers (5-2-1 overall and TVL) in a Tri-Valley League draw.

“We had plenty of chances to score,” Holliston coach Jay Dupuis said. “We just didn’t finish.”

The Panthers play at Millis next Tuesday at 4 p.m.

 

Girls Soccer

WESTBOROUGH 4, NORTH MIDDLESEX 0: Sophomore Kristin Wilichowski scored on a free kick and assisted on two goals to power the Rangers (6-2, 4-1 MWB) in a Midland-Wachusett B match.

Junior midfielder Emma Mumby scored four minutes into the match and senior Emma Phelps scored just before halftime

Senior Ellen Lawrence scored her team’s final goal.

Senior captain Carolyn Kelley made three saves for the shutout and Iona Cotton, also a senior captain, and junior Jane Pittorino had strong games in the midfield.

Westborough plays at Algonquin on Tuesday.

NATICK 2, BRAINTREE 0: The Redhawks improved to 6-0 after blanking Braintree in a Bay State Conference match. Freshman Zoe Graves, assisted by sophomore Mikayla Henderson, and sophomore Briar Grady, assisted by junior Caroline Gee, scored for Natick.

The Redhawks play at Hingham Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

HOLLISTON 1, DEDHAM 0: Senior Hannah Wolfgang scored the game’s only goal off a scramble in the box from a Sidney Brucato free kick as Holliston (7-0) shut out Tri-Valley League foe Dedham.

Junior goalkeeper MaryKatherine Ward saved a penalty kick (2nd PK save of the season) to preserve the shutout.

LINCOLN-SUDBURY 1, BOSTON LATIN 0: Junior Kimmy Lucier scored off senior captain Sydney Baldwin’s corner kick and that held up for L-S (3-2-4, 1-2-2 DCL) in a Dual County League victory.

Senior captain Cal Ross played a strong defensive game for the Warriors, who play at Concord-Carlisle on Saturday at 2 p.m. in the annual Kicks for Cancer event.

 

Football

KEEFE TECH 33, HOLBROOK-AVON 0: Rolando Velazquez scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and Richard Boston returned a punt 60 yards for a score to pace the Broncos.

Jaydon Francy-Weber also scored on a 5-yard run.

Keefe (2-2) plays at Quabog next Friday at 3:30 p.m.

 

Boys Golf

ASSABET 165, KEEFE TECH 183: Brendan Philbin-Hanigan shot a 38 and Nate Purches had a 39 for the Aztecs (6-2-1) in a Colonial Athletic League match.

Keefe fell to 4-5.

NATICK 55, WEYMOUTH 49: Sophomore Mike Fair accounted for 10 points to pace the Redhawks (1-8, 1-6 BSC) in a Bay State Conference victory.

Natick plays at the Bay State Conference championships on Thursday at Presidents Golf Course in Quincy.

NIPMUC 6, DOUGLAS 3: Connor LaCross won his match with a 40 and the Warriors (7-3, 4-1 DVC) went on to win the Dual Valley Conference matchup. Chris Lavoie (45), Ben Rodman (50) and Matt LaCross (51) each won their matches for Nipmuc, which plays Hopedale at home on Tuesday at Shining Rock.

ALGONQUIN 110, MARLBOROUGH 116: Algonquin senior Kevin Henderson shared medalist honors with Marlborough's Kyle Carroll at Lakeside Course at Juniper Hill. The match was shortened due to rain.

Algonquin (5-4-1, 2-2-1 Midland-Wachusett A) plays at Wachusett CC to face St. John’s on Tuesday.

DOVER-SHERBORN 154, NORWOOD 170: Parker Walsh was medalist, shooting a 23 in a match shortened to six holes due to the rain.

The Raiders improved to 9-2 and host Norton on Wednesday.

WALPOLE 52, FRAMINGHAM 43: The Rebels defeated Framingham in a rain-shortened Bay State Conference match at Framingham Country Club.

The Flyers (5-3-1) host Needham Tuesday.

 

Girls Volleyball

NATICK 3, BRAINTREE 0: Senior Chiara Morley-McLaughlin led Natick with 10 kills on 13 attempts with three blocks as the Redhawks swept Bay State Conference opponent Braintree (25-9, 25-11 and 25-13) on Thursday. 

Senior Becca Walz and junior Lauren Pole each added seven kills while junior Allison Harless had 15 digs.

MILFORD 3, STOUGHTON 0: Julia Riordan had 18 assists and six aces as Milford (6-2) swept Hockomock League foe Stoughton 25-17, 25-16 and 26-24 on Thursday.

Sarah Brogioli and Lauren Corsini each had six kills while Elise Fauerbach contributed with four kills and four digs. Eva Parson had six aces for the Scarlet Hawks.

HUDSON 3, MARLBOROUGH 1: Junior Jenny Larriuex had nine aces and nine kills and freshman Jessica MacDonald’s debut at libero resulted in 10 digs and three aces for the Hawks (4-4) in a non-league match.

Sets scores were 25-23, 21-25, 25-15 and 25-18.

Senior Jennifer Maciel had nine aces for Marlborough (2-6). Senior Erika Oldham totaled five aces and three kills.

Both teams play Friday: Hudson hosts Tantasqua; Marlborough hosts Groton-Dunstable.

TRI-COUNTY 3, DIMAN VOKE 1: Hayley Sullivan led the Cougars (5-4, 2-2 Mayflower) from the service line with 14 service points, including a 7-0 run to start the fourth set.

Sets scores were 20-25, 25-19, 25-16 and 25-17.

Kiara Dempsey and Camden Schweitzer each had seven kills while Jitarra Ellis and Maddi Brogan added six kills each.

Tri-County hosts Blue Hills on Tuesday.

 

Field hockey

MILFORD 5, STOUGHTON 0: Kat Swineford scored three goals to go with an assist and Paige Reisman made 23 saves in the first victory of the season for the Scarlet Hawks (1-6-1).

Olyvia Whyte had a goal and two assists and Julia Kidman also scored.

Maddy Carneiro added an assist for Milford, which plays at Bellingham on Tuesday.

FRANKLIN 8, OLIVER AMES 1: Stephanie Bell and Amanda Lewandowski each scored two goals as Franklin (8-0) field hockey blew out Hockomock League foe Oliver Ames on Thursday.

Bell also added an assist to her team high, three points and Leila Franklina added two assists.