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Convincing first half against Worcester gives Framingham its first conference win

Richard Tranfaglia

Framingham State won its first league matchup against Worcester State by a score of 16-10 on Apr. 2.

The Lancers got on the board first with a score by Alexa Harvey.

The Rams’ offense then exploded for six straight goals. Kimberly Foley and Grace Gamache each contributed two goals during the run. Caitlin Baril and Bailey Donelly accounted for the other two scores.

Mackenzie Little stopped the drought for the Lancers, scoring about halfway through the 1rst half.

About two minutes later, Gamache completed the hat trick to extend the lead to 1ve.

Little scored again for Worcester State to make it a 7-3 game going into the half.

The Rams and Lancers traded goals coming out of the half. Nicole Pacheco and Little scored respectfully for each side.

The Rams then scored three consecutive goals to go up by seven. Rylee Holmes, Gamache and Pacheco were responsible for the goals.

Angelina Sutherland and Kaylee Krajewski responded with back-to-back goals in a span of 45 seconds for the Lancers.

Holmes scored unassisted to double Worcester’s score at 12-6.

Alaina Martin answered Holmes by scoring the Lancers seventh goal of the game.

A few minutes later, Gamache scored her 1fth and sixth goals of the game to extend the Rams lead to seven.

Alexis Vecchiarelli, Martin and Little each marked a tally in the last 1ve minutes for the Lancers.

Audrey Duhaime scored Framingham’s last goal with 11 seconds left.

The Rams outshot the Lancers 34-30. Gamache led the Rams with 11 shots on goal, while Little led the Lancers with eight.

Indigo Fox Tree-McGrath made 13 saves on the day. Krissy Pessa made 14 stops for the Lancers.

The Rams improved to 6-3 on the season and 1-0 in the MASCAC.



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