Local roundup: Jocelyn Antes, Mia Marigliano compete in inaugural New England Girls Wrestling Championship

Frontier's Jocelyn Antes (right) competes  at the Mahar Girls Wrestling Tournament in Orange earlier this season.

Frontier's Jocelyn Antes (right) competes at the Mahar Girls Wrestling Tournament in Orange earlier this season. STAFF PHOTO/THOMAS JOHNSTON

Staff Reports

Published: 03-04-2024 5:24 PM

The inaugural New England Interscholastic Girls Wrestling Championship took place on Friday and Saturday at Providence Career & Technical Academy in Rhode Island, with a pair of local athletes competing. 

Frontier’s Jocelyn Antes and Franklin Tech’s Mia Marigliano qualified after both finished in third at the MIAA All-State Championships, Antes at 120 pounds and Marigliano at 126. 

Antes wrestled four matches at New Englands, going 2-2. She opened the tournament with a 4-2 decision loss to Stamford’s Jasmine Whitfield but followed it up with a pin over North Providence’s Kaedyn Minta-Jacobs. 

Antes then knocked off Exeter’s Kamie Hawkins, 6-0, but was pinned by Amity’s Cristel Miguel to end her run. 

Marigliano went 0-2 at the New England Championships, falling to Otter Valley’s Maisa Allen (11-2) and Merrimack’s Avary Berardinelli (8-4). 

College basketball

Haselton at NCAA tourney

Greenfield High School alum and Framingham State guard Katie Haselton competed in the NCAA Division 3 Women’s Basketball Tournament on Friday.

Taking on host Scranton, the Rams fell behind 29-19 at the half and Scranton controlled the game in the second half to pull away with a 60-39 victory in the opening round. 

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Haselton finished the game with 11 points, four rebounds and two assists. Framingham State closed out its season with a 24-2 record. 

Youth hockey

FCHA results

Brantley Godfrey found the back of the net twice while Noah Stoffolano also tallied for the FCHA 10U White squad’s 3-3 tie with Holy Name on Saturday. 

Harper Coffin recorded an assist for FCHA. 

On Sunday FCHA beat Ludlow, 7-1, behind two goals from both Godfrey and Shaye Tyler. Jacoby Houle, Sam Edson and Lyla Burek also scored in the victory. 

Tyler (2), Houle, Stoffolano and Nicholas Brisson provided assists, Luke Edson got the win in goal while Natalie Palasciano had a strong game for FCHA.