High School Scoreboard: Teams move through MIAA tournament quarterfinals

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ALGONQUIN

BOYS SOCCER – NOV. 9

Algonquin – 0, Leominster – 2

GIRLS SOCCER – NOV. 9

Algonquin – 1, Andover – 0

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – NOV. 9

Algonquin – 1, Barnstable – 3

FOOTBALL – NOV. 13

Algonquin – 19, Fitchburg – 46

GIRLS SOCCER – NOV. 13

Algonquin – 0, Hingham – 3

GRAFTON

FIELD HOCKEY – NOV. 8

Grafton football recently advanced to the Final Four round of the MIAA tournament with a win over Bedford. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

Grafton – 0, Holliston – 4

GIRLS SOCCER – NOV. 10

Grafton – 2, Walpole – 0

FOOTBALL – NOV. 12

Grafton – 35, Bedford – 13

Grafton football kept its Super Bowl hopes alive with a decisive win over Bedford. The fourth ranked Gators are now gearing up for a semifinals game where they’ll look to upset Scituate, which entered the MIAA State Championship tournament in first place under the state’s power ranking system. That game had not been scheduled as of Nov. 14 according to the MIAA’s official playoff bracket. 

GIRLS SOCCER – NOV. 13

Grafton – 0, Plymouth North – 5

SHREWSBURY

FIELD HOCKEY – NOV. 9

Shrewsbury – 2, Doherty – 1

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – NOV. 9

Shrewsbury – 0, Franklin – 3

FOOTBALL – NOV. 12

Shrewsbury – 24, Doherty – 6

FIELD HOCKEY – NOV. 13

Shrewsbury – 0, Andover – 1

ST. JOHN’S

SOCCER – NOV. 9

St. John’s – 7, Wellesley – 0

FOOTBALL – NOV. 12

St. John’s – 13, Central Catholic – 37

SOCCER – NOV. 13

St. John’s – 0, Newton North – 1

WESTBOROUGH

GIRLS SOCCER – NOV. 9

Westborough – 1, Masconomet – 0

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – NOV. 10

Westborough – 3, Nashoba – 0

FOOTBALL – NOV. 12

Westborough – 20, Oakmont – 36

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – NOV. 12

Westborough – 3, Dartmouth – 1

GIRLS SOCCER – NOV. 13

Westborough – 3, Westwood – 0

The Westborough Girls Soccer team earned a spot in the Division II Final Four with their win over Westwood. Disrupted by a rare November lightning delay, the game eventually proceeded to allow the Rangers their first semifinal berth in eight years. Westborough will now face Whitman-Hanson Regional High School on Nov. 17.