ATTLEBORO — Senior Sean Crowther scored six goals and collected one assist as the King Philip Regional High boys’ lacrosse team left Tozier-Cassidy Field at Attleboro High Tuesday with a 19-4 win in a Hockomock League match.

James Boldy totaled eight saves in goal for KP (8-3), which held an 11-2 halftime lead. Paul McDonald (three goals, four assists), Kip Bishop (three goals), Ben Riggs (three goals, one assist) and Sam Mattson (one goal, three assists) had multi-point games for King Philip.

Mike Strachan tallied twice for Attleboro (3-6). Carter Shelton and Keigan Conley added single goals. The Bombardiers invade Macktaz Field Wednesday at King Philip.

Foxboro 14, North Attleboro 9

FOXBORO — Connor Noone scored six goals as the Warriors fended off the Rocketeers in the Hockomock League match.

Tom Sharkey scored four goals and Lincoln Moore two for the Warriors (9-2), who held a 6-4 halftime lead.

J.T. Gallagher totaled 12 saves in goal for North Attleboro (5-5), while Adam Addeche had 10 saves in the Foxboro goal.

Matt Antonetti tallied four times for North, while Connor Rupert had two goals. The two teams meet again Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Beaupre Field.

Bishop Fenwick 11, Bishop Feehan 7

PEABODY — The Shamrocks staked a 4-1 first-half lead, but fell apart during the second half of the Catholic Central League match. The Shamrocks faced a 9-5 deficit entering the fourth quarter.

Franklin 15, Mansfield 4

MANSFIELD — A hat-trick from Nico Holmes was not enough for the Hornets in their Hockomock League loss. Sophomore Ryan DeGirolamo totaled 14 saves in goal for the Mansfield (3-6). The two teams have a rematch at Franklin Thursday.

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