By MyFM's Jake Archer - Here are all the local high school baseball scores from Friday-Sunday. Check them out!
Canton 3 Milford 2 - Milford's rally fell short as they loaded the bases in the top of the seventh only to record the last two outs of the game and lose to Canton, 3-2. Aidan Wilde was 2-for-3 at the plate with a double for the Scarlet Hawks and sophomore Luke Rosa allowed only one earned run over five innings of work.
Taunton 2 Franklin 0 - Franklin fell victim to a phenomenal pitching performance from Taunton's starter, Jack Moynihan, and couldn't muster any offense in their 2-0 loss. The Panthers had a rough go of it at the plate to this point in the season and things just didn't get any better as they only tallied three hits all day.
Holliston 4 Framingham 3 - After blowing an early 3-run lead, the Holliston Panthers scored in the bottom of the sixth to hang on and get a 4-3 win over Framingham. Tim Ringie was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and a steal. He was the one who ultimately drove in the winning run for the Panthers as well.
Franklin 10 Bishop Feehan 3 - The Panthers bounced back and plated ten runs to beat Bishop Feehan on Saturday, 10-3. That equaled the amount they had scored in their first five games of the season. JB Flores, Alex Haba and Jake Macchi all knocked in two runs while Ben Guzman and Michael Langmeyer both registered scoreless relief appearances.
Hopedale 2 Milford 1 - Despite a complete game effort by starting pitcher Colby Pires and a 2-for-3 day by Aidan Wilde, the Scarlet Hawks came up short again. In the seventh, Milford attempted to tie the game at 2 but Jonathan Rice, who had pitched the first six innings, fired a bullet from center field to cut down the Scarlet Hawk's baserunner and end the game. Hopedale moved to 4-1 on the season while Milford fell to 0-6.
Holliston 10 Dover-Sherborn 8 - Holliston picked up another win as they squeaked by Dover-Sherborn for a 10-8 victory.
Holliston 6 Natick 4 - After Natick stormed back and tied the game at six in the sixth, Ben Thomas drove in a run to put Holliston ahead for good. Thomas was 3-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run scored. His fellow senior, Kevin Quinn, added the insurance run in the seventh as part of his 3-for-4, 2 RBI and a run scored day. The Panthers will visit Medway on Wednesday.
Hopkinton 16 Norton 8 - Junior Ben McKenzie led the way on offense with three hits and two RBIs in the 16-8 Hopkinton win over Norton on Sunday. His classmate, Brendan Kelly, did not allow a hit or an earned run in four innings pitched. He struck out three, but Norton did score two unearned runs while he was on the bump. The Hillers moved to 2-1 overall and 2-1 in the Tri-Valley League. They played at Bridgewater-Raynham today at 4 p.m.