Thursday, May 16, 2013
Solid pitching and timely hits secured the two victories for the Flyers.
Last Thursday, the Framingham High School freshman baseball team defeated Milton 4-2, behind a solid, 7-inning pitching effort by Nick Benoit and the timely hitting by Chris Grome & Jamie Brigham. Also last week, the Framingham High freshman baseball team defeated Braintree 5-4. AJ Tunno started the game on the mound but had to be removed after the first inning due to a back strain. Lefty Evan Pasewark, then righty Jeff Oberg took over on the hill. Offense came from Cam Klein, Christian Seariac and Brigham. Thanks to Charlie Pasewark of Photography in Motion for the slideshow of photos.
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Andrew Roschen set the Framingham High School record in the javelin and qualified for the state tourney. He also won the long jump and finished second in the 100 meter race.
Framingham High boys track team lost to Needham 80-51. We had some "great performances in a losing cause," as we rested some of our distance athletes for states and Thursday's meet against Milton," said Framingham High boys track head coach Chris Collins. Senior captain Andrew Roschen had a great meet. He set a Framingham High School record in the javelin with a throw of 160 feet. The throw also qualified him for the state tourney. Roschen won the long jump with a leap of 20-feet, 2.5-inches. The leap qualified him for the state. He also finished second in the 100 meter with a run of 11.7 seconds. The Flyers won the 4X100 relay in 49.4 seconds with Brian Bilodeau, Rob Blake, Matt Scrantona nd Chris Bloomingdale. Senior captain Andrew …
Friday, May 3, 2013
Kevin Welch, Tiago Torres, Luke Halberstadt and the 4X100 relay team qualified for states in the victory.
The Framingham High boys track team defeated Braintree High School 91-45 this week. This was "one of the best days I've ever had watching our young and evolving talented program," said Head Coach Chris Collins. "They were simply amazing while beating Braintree High." The Flyers are now 2-3 on the season. The next meet is the Weston Twilight Meet tomorrow, May 4 in Weston. The Flyers boys will be sending 10 athletes to compete, including "senior distance star Brian Gilligan," said Collins. In Tuesday's meet, "freshman Kevin Scranton pulled the Flyers from behind to win the 4x400 relay," said Collins Collins estimated "close to 80% of our team set personal best marks" in Tuesday's meet. Highlights from the Tuesday meet against Braintree …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Flyers pitcher AJ Tunno went 6 shutout innings, with southpaw Chris Grome getting the save in the seventh inning.
Key hits by Jeff Oberg and Cam Klein, along with Jamie Brigham and Christian Seariac, powered the Framingham High freshman baseball team past Brookline High 6-0. Flyers pitcher AJ Tunno went 6 shutout innings before Coach Gonzalez strategically finished-up with southpaw Chris Grome in the seventh inning to solidify the win.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Framingham High School track team participated in the State Division 1 relays in Andover Sunday.
The Framingham High School boys outdoor track team travelled to Andover on Sunday to compete in the Massachusetts Division 1 relays. The Flyers set three Framingham High School track records, said Head Coach Chris Collins. In the 110 meter hurdle shuttles, the Flyers finished sixth in the state. Luke Halberstadt (junior), Andrew Roschen (senior), Emmanuel Kalamu (junior), and Tiago Torres (sophomore) set a school record with a time of 1:08.52, said Collins. The Flyers javelin relay team just missed placing in the top 6 by 1-foot, 6-inches, but again set a Framingham High School track record. Setting the record was senior Chris Bloomingdale throwing 136 feet, Andrew Roschen throwing 135 feet, and Luke Halberstadt throwing 107 feet. The …
Saturday, April 27, 2013
The combined efforts of Framingham Flyers pitchers Chris Grome & Anthony Tunno limited the Tigers to just two runs for the game.
The Framingham Flyers freshman baseball team defeated the Tigers from Newton North 3-2 on Thursday. The combined efforts of Flyers pitchers Chris Grome & Anthony Tunno limited the Tigers to just two runs for the game. Going into the bottom of the seventh inning, Framingham trailed 2-1, but with bases loaded & 2 outs in the inning, the Flyers tied the score on a walk, then won the game on a passed ball that allowed the runner to score from third base.
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Framingham Hockey defeated Needham on Thursday and raised funds for the American Cancer Society in the process.
The Framingham varsity hockey team defeated Needham 3-1 on Wednesday, extending the Flyers' record to 10-1 in their division. "We've been really diciplined this year," Head Coach, Paul Spear said. "Today though I thought we were pretty sloppy." During the game, volunteers sold raffle tickets and entrance to the "chuck-a-puck" contest to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. Last year, the event brought in more than $500 to help fight cancer. "We're really happy that we can do our small part to help," Coach Paul Spear said after the game.
Friday, December 28, 2012
For the second year in a row, the Framingham High boys track team finished second in the Massachusetts State Coaches Team Pentathlon.
For the second year in a row, Framingham High boys track team finished second in the Massachusetts State Coaches team. And for the second year in a row, Newton North won. "We had some great performances from a young squad," said head coach Chris Collins. In the 55 hurdles, captain Luke Halberstadt finished in 8.71 seconds. In the long jump, sophomore Tiago Torres jumped 17-feet and 7-inches. Senior Brian Gilligan ran the 1000 in 2:47 minutes. Senior captain Andrew Petricone threw the shot put 41-feet, 7-inches.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
The Rams were led by junior Andressa Fernandes of Framingham, with a game-high 21 kills, 11 digs, a block and a pair of aces.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
The Framingham State University women’s volleyball team remains unbeaten in conference action this season after defeating Bridgewater State University 3-1 in Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference play at Framingham’s Athletic & Recreation Center Tuesday. Entering the contest, the Bears and the Rams were sitting atop the MASCAC standings at 3-0, but now the Rams take sole possession of the top spot as they improve to 4-0 in the conference and 18-5 overall on the season. Framingham State took the first two games by scores of 25-20 and 25-17, before Bridgewater State took a close third set. The Bears maintained the lead for much of the third game but the Rams rallied from four points down to tie the set at 22-22. After trading…
Thursday, August 30, 2012
What to wear on the first day of school was a hard choice for one Dunning Elementary boy.
Trey Adrian knew what he wanted to wear the first day of school - a Red Sox shirt. When the Boston Red Sox when they made the largest trade in baseball history this month, it threw a curve ball into Adrian's plans. (The photo sent to Framingham Patch and attached to this report says it all.) The Dunning Elementary fifth grade had a solution. Check out photo #2 for what he wore for the first day of school yesterday. *** Framingham Patch would love to see everyone's first day of school photos from yesterday (and today's kindergarten students). Upload them at this link!