The Milton High girls hockey team picked up its first win of the season with an offensive explosion on Thursday to defeat Stoughton, 8-1.
Anna Radley and Kerry Balerna both tallied two goals in the win. Ellie McConville, Holly Pasquantonio and Jenna Nolan all tallied their first varsity goals.
Sarah McGillvray scored the other Wildcat goal.
Ava Buckley scored Stoughton’s lone goal while Molly Corvino also played well.
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In other high school action on Thursday:
Hanover 3, Scituate 2: The Sailors battled back from a 3-0 deficit with goals from Audrey Martin and Kiera Modder, but the comeback bid fell short.
Brockton 65, Milford 44: The Boxers won on the road.
Scituate 56, Hanover 55: Keegan Sullivan scored 17 points and added 7 assists and 5 steals in the win for the Sailors. Michael Porter, a sophomore, scored 12 points.
South Shore 59, Norfolk Aggie 49: Brandan LaFluer led the Vikings (2-3, 2-0 in Mayflower) with 18 points while Jesse Lyons added 16. Billy Lally posted a double-double (10 points, 10 rebounds).
Randolph 52, Rockland 33: The Blue Devils won the South Shore League game.
Blue Hills 49, South Shore Christian Academy 27: Freshman Dominic Cappaccioli scored 8 points and junior Paul McCann added 4 in his varsity debut.
Cardinal Spellman 71, Hampden Charter West 28: Thirteen different players in the win for the Cardinals (5-5).
South Shore Tech 36, Norfolk Aggie 30: Ellery Campbell (13 points, 13 rebounds), Alex Collins (12 points) and Avery Cina (6 points, strong defense) led the way for the Vikings (7-1).
BOYS SWIMMING & DIVING
Bridgewater-Raynham 75, Apponequet 62: The Trojans remained undefeated with the win.
Marshfield/Hanover 84, Pembroke 72: Marshfield/Hanover won the Patriot League match.
GIRLS SWIMMING & DIVING
Bridgewater-Raynham 83, Apponequet 63: The Trojans stay undefeated with the win.
Marshfield/Hanover 92, Pembroke 59: Marshfield/Hanover won the Patriot League match.
Bridgewater-Raynham 51, New Bedford 24: The Trojans (10-2, 2-0) clinched at least a share of the Southeast Conference title with the win. Brent von Magnus, Jack Alves, Paul Callanan, Joey Medas, Lance Pepe, Chris Hogg, Christian Curley, Myles Beckett and Dominic Silvia had wins.