WEYMOUTH – It was a team effort Tuesday night in the boys basketball team’s win over Weymouth High,
Nine different players scored to give the Framingham High Flyers a 67-56 win, but it was not an easy win.
The Flyers were trailing at halftime 29-22 in Weymouth, and trailing 46-49 after the third quarter.
Framingham outscored Weymouth 27-10 in the fourth quarter to take the victory.
” We stayed resilient after a slow start and played well together,” said head coach Jason Gosselin.
“Really dug in on defense in the fourth quarter which allowed us to get some transition points down the stretch,” said the coach.
Flyers hit 10 three’s as a team and shot 15-21 from the free throw line.
Senior Matt Fonseca led the Flyers with 16 points. Senior Victor Carrillo scored 14 points.
Junior captain Sam Whiting scored 10 points, as id junior Luke Spring.
“Never easy to win on the toad in our conference,” said Gosselin. “Great to see them pull it out.”
Framingham is now 6-4 overall and 2-4 in the Bay State Conference.
They will host undefeated Brookline High Friday night at 6:30 p.m.
Photo from a previous game this season