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Senior Captain Johnny Do Makes Daily News Team

JOHNNY DO                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Senior, Framingham The senior capped his career as the New England runner-up at 132 pounds to become the first two-time place-winner for Framingham since Gordie Wrin in the 1970s. After claiming the Division 1 Central title, Do was a Div. 1 state and All-State finalist and finished the winter with a record of… Read Full Article »

Girls hockey loses to Milton 4-3

Framingham Girls Hockey 3 Milton Girls Hockey 4

Flyers Wrestling beats Needham 41-30

Senior Malakhai Pearson won by pin at 160 pounds as Framingham (10-2, 4-0 BSC) beat visiting Needham in a Bay State Conference match. Also winning by pin for the Flyers were junior Adam Raissipour (220), Zach Woods (106) and Owen Leeser (120). Read more: http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/sports/local_sports/x1353232672/Wrestling-Wayland-pins-Waltham-to-stay-undefeated#ixzz2HffG2KC1

Framingham wins DeMeo Duals

Led by four undefeated individuals including Zack Woods at 106, the Framingham wrestling team (9-2) won the 8-team DeMeo Duals, defeating host Nashoba 44-30 in the championship. The Flyers also got undefeated performances by Johnny Do at 132, Anthony Nguyen at 145, Malakhai Pearson at 160, and Adam Raissipour at 220. Milford (8-2) finished third,… Read Full Article »

Framingham Wrestling beats Brookline 61-16

Johnny Do won by a 13-3 major decision at 132 pounds as Framingham (5-2, 3-0) crushed visiting Brookline in a Bay State Conference match. Mike Patrone (113 pounds), Bryce Cushing (126), Anthony Nguyen (145), Scott Seskevich (152), David Nowlan (182), Brandon Williams (220) and Adam Raissapour (285) all won by pin for the Flyers Read… Read Full Article »

Lincoln-Sudbury Wrestling shows mettle at Framingham Holiday Tournament

 Over a two-day span, the Lincoln-Sudbury wrestling team made a statement that they will be players later on this season once the state tournaments begin. The annual Framingham Wrestling Holiday tournament held at Framingham High School began early Friday morning and wrapped up just before the snow started to fall on Saturday afternoon. Of the… Read Full Article »

Framingham 46, Walpole 24: A can-Do victory

Behind the dominance of 132-pound senior captain Johnny Do and the fight of 138-pound senior Brian Silva, the Framingham High wrestling team beat Bay State Conference opponent Walpole, 46-24, on Wednesday night.

Natick 33, Framingham 31: R&B wrestlers prevail in frenzied finish

Bob Anniballi was looking around. He was sweating. He was out of breath. Strangely enough, he wasn’t even the one wrestling. The Natick wrestling head coach had just witnessed a Bay State Conference classic between the Red and Blue and rival Framingham and looked as if he had just gone three rounds. That’s because Anniballi… Read Full Article »

Framingham takes Div. 1 Central wrestling title

NEWTON — With two individual Division 1 Central champions, the Framingham wrestling team easily out-paced all competitors with 211.5 points in earning the sectional championship at Newton South High School last night. Out of the eight Framingham finalists, seniors Robert Coukos (152 pounds) and Eugenio Garcia (220 pounds) claimed individual titles. Coukos earned his second… Read Full Article »

Framingham sweeps wrestling quad meet

WELLESLEY — The Framingham wrestling team knew it had a showdown coming Wednesday with rival Natick. But first, there was a quad meet to take care of, and the Flyers did just that. With a well-rounded team performance, Framingham (19-4, 10-0 BSC) swept its Bay State Conference foes yesterday at Larson Gymnasium, setting up a… Read Full Article »

Do, Framingham wrestlers make selves at home

FRAMINGHAM — Crowning three tournament champions and placing four wrestlers in the finals, tournament host Framingham finished in third place (192 points), 31 points behind champion Methuen and 7.5 points behind runner-up Cumberland (Rhode Island) in a heavy-hitting holiday tournament. Led by junior Johnny Do and his “Outstanding wrestler” performance in the 126-pound weight class,… Read Full Article »

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