Sunday, April 14, 2013
Framingham High freshman and sophomore competed in weekend track meet.
More than 40 teams competed in a freshman and sophomore meet this weekend at Notre Dame in Hingham. "Some great results from a small freshman/sophomore pack," said Framingham High Boys Track Coach Chris Collins. "The Flyers will send Matt Gramigna and Brian Gilligan into Boston Sunday (today) to try to defend their team title in the BAA Invitational Mile against several powerhouse programs," said Coach Collins.
Sunday, April 29, 2012
The team set a school record; and the time slightly beats their indoor national time, said boys track coach Chris Collins.
On a cold day in Franklin, the Framingham High boys outdoor track team sprinted to a second place win in the Division 1 State Relays, said head coach Chris Collins. In the spring medley relay, Ben Groleau, a senior, started things off in the 800 with a time of 1:57, followed by a pair of fast 200's from Luke Halberstadt (10th grade, 23.6) and Andrew Roschen (11th, 24.2). Senior Bo Lewis really got the Flyers back in the race and almost caught winner Acton-Boxboro at the end, running a 49.7 anchor in the 400 meter, said Collins. The Flyers 3:35.3 time slightly beats their indoor nationals time and sets a school record, said Collins The high jump relay team captured fourth place. Lewis jumped 5'6" (a personal record in an event, he rarely …
Monday, January 23, 2012
"Best day in Framingham High boys indoor track recent history," said head coach Chris Collins.
Framingham High boys indoor track team finished fifth overall in the Massachusetts Divison 1 relays on Saturday, said head coach Chris Collins. It was the "best day in Framingham High boys indoor track recent history," added Collins. The squad also set a couple of school records. "It very easily could have been higher, but a mis-timing on the initial hurdles run made the heat line up again and the Flyers (who had a 10-plus foot margin win) fell by one 100th of a second in the rerun, finishing second in the event," and costing the team 2 points, reported Collins. The relay team of Jesse Wing, Noah Singer, Andrew Vincuilla and Emmanuel Kalamu, "would have beaten the old state record," according to my hand-timed results said Collins. He said …
Monday, May 23, 2011
Framingham's individual athletes and spring sports teams are gearing up for state tournament play.
Framingham’s spring sports teams are looking ahead to a critical week of action as the regular season comes to an end. For some teams, the playoffs mean more contests while other squads will put away their equipment until next year. VOLLEYBALL Framingham moves into quarterfinals The third-seeded Flyers take on Wachusett Tuesday, May 24 at 7 p.m., in the quarterfinal round of the Central Division 1 state playoffs. Wachusett knocked the Flyers out of the tournament last year. The semifinals are scheduled June 3, 4 or 6 at sites to be determined. The state finals are June 8, 9 or 10. Framingham cruised into the quarterfinal game with a convincing 3-0 win over 14th seeded Douglas, Thursday, in first round action. It was the 17th win for …
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Preview of the springs sports teams at Framingham High.
The Framingham High girls lacrosse team will be wearing a target all year. Every team the Flyers play will bring their A game, looking to knock off the mighty Flyers. That’s what happens when your team is the defending state champion. The season will be especially tough for the Flyers because they have strengthened their schedule to play strong out-of-league teams. “This will be the most difficult schedule in program history,” said coach Stacey Freda. “This is the first year that we will only play league teams once. We scheduled powerful out of league teams because we want to play the better teams. That helps us when we get into the tournament.” In terms of non-league teams that will pose a challenge to the Flyers, Freda mentioned Lincoln …