FOXBORO — Foxboro High senior Sophia DiCenso netted career goal No. 200 as the Warrior girls’ lacrosse team poured in 12 first-half goals and ran away with a 16-6 Hockomock League victory over Sharon High on Monday.
DiCenso (three goals, one assist) earned the career mark on a goal with four minutes left in the first half as Foxboro took a 11-3 lead. The Warriors (4-4) led by double-digits for much of the second half.
“League games are always big games so we always try to come out hard,” said Foxboro coach Brittany Sherry of the Warriors taking a three goal lead merely three minutes in. “They just wanted it.”
Senior Meghan Curran (four goals) scored three free-position goals in the first half as Foxboro mounted a 12-3 lead by halftime.
Julia Kelley (one goal) and senior Molly Murphy (four goals) each scored twice in the first half while Lilly Vey (two goals) scored one of her own in the first half. Jamie Notarangelo and Kristin Whalen each scored one goal.
The Warriors owned the draw circle in the first half as DiCenso won five of the first six. Sophomore goaltender Sara Addeche made eight saves for Foxboro, which hosts Taunton on Wednesday.
King Philip 16, Bishop Feehan 7
WRENTHAM — With Caroline Klim winning the first two draw controls, the Warriors scored twice within the initial 27 seconds of their non-league match at Macktaz Field to run past Bishop Feehan.
Jess Sullivan and Klim netted those first two goals for KP (4-2) en route to scoring six and five goals, respectively. The Warriors scored the first seven goals of the match to lead 12-1 at halftime.
Klim scored 12 seconds into the match and Sullivan scored the first of her half-dozen goals at the 27-second mark. Olivia Tormey also had three goals.
King Philip hosts Oliver Ames Wednesday, while Bishop Feehan resumes its EAC slate Tuesday at Bishop Stang.
Medway 17, North Attleboro 8
NORTH ATTLEBORO — The Rocketeers received two goals apiece from Lindsey Spratt, Regan Fien and Shioban Weir, but it was not enough against the explosive Mustangs. North Attleboro (1-4) hosts Milford on Wednesday.
Mansfield 22, Canton 8
MANSFIELD — Lauren Whitman scored seven goals and Katie Garvin five as the Hornets broke away to the Hockomock League win.
Mansfield led 3-2 over the first eight minutes, but outscored Canton 9-2 the rest of the first half for a 12-4 lead by halftime.
Maggie Danehy netted three goals for the Hornets (3-2), while Olivia Murray, Annmarie McCoy and Grace Fernandes each tallied twice. Mansfield meets Attleboro Wednesday.