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Wednesday Broadcast Notes from Gallo Arena

No. 3 Hanover Indians vs. No. 7 Foxboro Warriors
Division 3 South Semifinals | Wednesday, March 4, 4 p.m., Gallo Arena

Notes: Foxboro’s first appearance in sectional semifinals in program history. For Hanover, fifth sectional semifinal appearance in last seven seasons (2014-16, 2018).

Hanover (18-3-1, 12-1 Patriot League)
Seventh straight postseason appearance
Last postseason (No. 1 seed): Lost 2-0 vs. No. 9 Ashland, Division 3 South quarterfinals
Tournament to date:
Won 5-4 (2OT) vs. No. 14 North Quincy, first round
Won 3-1 vs. No. 6 Norwell, quarterfinals
Won Patriot League - Fisher Division, 24 points
Goal differential: plus-63 (95-32)
Seventh in Division 3 in goals scored, T-6th in goals against
Record at Hobomock: 9-1-1 | Road/Neutral: 9-2
Streak: Won 2 | Reg. season finale: Lost 3-2 vs. Norwell, Gould Cup Final
Biggest win: 11-0 at Bourne, Jan. 20
Worst loss: 5-1 at Whitman-Hanson, Jan. 25
Shutouts: 7-0
Leading scorer: Manning Morris, Jr. (18-20--38)
Last state title: 2016 | Won 6-1 vs. Algonquin
Last sectional title: 2018 | Lost 2-1 vs. Shrewsbury in state final

Foxboro (12-4-5, 2-2-4 Hockomock League)
Fourth straight postseason appearance
Last postseason (No. 13 seed): Lost 3-0 vs. No. 4 Bourne, Division 3 South first round
Tournament to date:
Won 4-0 vs. No. 10 Abington, first round
Won 3-0 vs. No. 2 John Paul II, quarterfinals
Finished second in Hockomock -- Davenport (Canton)
Goal differential: plus-36 (72-36)
15th in Division 3 in goals scored, 8th in goals against
Streak: Won 5 | 9-0-3 since last loss, Jan. 18 at Canton, 2-0
Home: 6-1-2 | Road/Neutral: 6-3-3
Biggest win: 9-0 at Stoughton/Brockton, Jan. 15
Worst loss: 4-0 at King Philip, Jan. 4
Shutouts: 5-2
Last state title: None
Last sectional title: None

No. 2 BC High Eagles vs. No. 8 Framingham Flyers
Super 8 | Wednesday, March 4, 6 p.m., Gallo Arena

Notes: BC High won previous meeting, 2-1, on Jan. 2 at Clark Athletic Center. Jake Handy made 40 saves for Flyers, who had just nine shots on goal. Each Eagles goal scored on power play. Matt Keohane, Colin Norton scored power play goals for Eagles. Will Trischitta scored for Flyers. In 2018-19 meeting, Framingham won, 2-1, at Loring Arena.

BC High (14-4-4, 4-2-2 Catholic Conference)
10th straight Super 8 appearance and 24th in last 25 seasons
Last postseason: Won Super 8 Final, 2-1 vs. Pope Francis (4OT)
Have won back-to-back Super 8s, both wins coming in OT vs. Pope Francis
2020 tournament to date:
Won 3-0 vs. Burlington, Super 8 opener
Lost 4-0 vs. Pope Francis, winners’ bracket semifinal
First time being shutout since December 2017
Finished second in Catholic Conference, 10 points
Goal differential: plus-22 (62-40)
T-22nd in Division 1 in goals scored, 10th in goals against
Home: 7-0-1 | Road/Neutral: 7-4-3
Record vs. Super 8 teams: 6-4-3
Biggest win: 4-0 vs. Hingham, Feb. 19
Worst loss: 4-0 vs. Pope Francis, Sunday
Shutouts: 3-1
Leading scorer: Matt Keohane, Sr. (14-15--29)
Super 8 titles: Six (1996, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2018, 2019)

Framingham (16-6-3, 11-1 Bay State Conference)
Second straight Super 8 appearance. Tournament to date:
Won play-in round vs. Reading, 3-2 (2OT)
Lost winners’ bracket quarterfinals vs. Arlington, 2-1
Won elimination game vs. Xaverian, 4-3 (OT)
Won Bay State Conference - Carey Division, 22 points
Goal differential: plus-30 (69-39)
T-15th in Division 1 in goals scored, 9th in goals against
Home: 6-2-2 | Road/Neutral: 10-4-1 | Record vs. Super 8 teams: 4-4-2
Biggest win: 7-1 vs. Newton North, Dec. 18 (season-high in goals)
Worst loss: 4-2 at Xaverian, Feb. 15 | All other losses by one goal
Shutouts: 4-2
Leading scorer: Will Trischitta, Sr. (21-25--46)
Last postseason: As No. 5 seed, lost in Super 8 1-loss bracket vs. Hingham, 3-0
Lost in opener vs. Arlington, won 3-0 vs. Marshfield in elimination game
Last Super 8 title: None | Last state title: 1992 (Division 1)

No. 9 Falmouth Clippers vs. No. 12 Walpole Rebels
Division 1 South Semifinals | Wednesday, March 4, 8 p.m., Gallo Arena

Notes: In previous meeting, Falmouth won, 2-1 (OT) in 2014 Division 1 South first round. Freshman Patrick Coyne, older brother of current Clipper Kevin Coyne, scored game-winner.

Falmouth (14-9-1, 5-0-1 Cape & Islands League)
28th consecutive tournament appearance
Last postseason: Lost 1-0 vs. Franklin, Division 1 South first round
2020 postseason to date:
Won 5-3 vs. No. 8 Barnstable, first round
Won 3-2 vs. No. 1 Hingham, quarterfinals
Won inaugural C & I - Atlantic title, 11 points | Goal differential: plus-20 (82-62)
First in Division 1 in goals scored, 41st in goals against
Streak: Won 3 | Reg. season finale: Won 4-0 vs. Archbishop Williams, Feb. 19
Home: 9-7 | Road/Neutral: 5-2-1 | Gallo: 3-0 (Won 3-0 at Sandwich, Feb. 5, reg. season)
Biggest win: 7-0 vs. Nauset, Jan. 4 | Worst loss: 6-1 vs. Austin Prep, Feb. 17
Shutouts: 5-1
Leading scorer: Stone Devlin, Jr. (18-17--35)
First sectional semifinals appearance since 2009
Last state title: 1996 | Last sectional title: 1996

Walpole (11-8-5, 4-4-5 Bay State Conference)
Fifth straight postseason appearance
Last postseason: Lost 3-0 vs. Wellesley, Division 1 South first round
2020 postseason to date:
Won 2-1 vs. No. 5 Braintree, first round
Won 3-2 vs. No. 4 Duxbury, quarterfinals
Finished third in Bay State Conference - Herget Division
Goal differential: minus-6 (54-60)
T-29th in Division 1 in goals scored, T-37th in goals against
Streak: Won 5 | Reg. season finale: Won 5-2 at Concord-Carlisle, Feb. 20
Home: 3-6-2 | Road/Neutral: 8-2-3
Biggest win: 8-0 at Newton North, Dec. 14
Worst loss: 5-0 vs. Burlington, Feb. 3
Shutouts: 1-2
Last state title: 1965

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