The Peter B. Looney Athletic Complex is located at 232 Pearl Street on the Stoughton High School campus. The atheltic…More complex is also accessible via the access road the connects the high school and the O'Donnell Middle School.
This athletic complex, along with the West School Athletic Complex, is the primary home for many of the fall and spring Stoughton High athletic teams. The complex includes a paved track, an open field within the track, tennis courts and an outdoor basketball court. But the centerpiece of the complex is the Anthony L. Sarno, Jr. Football Field, home of the Stoughton High Black Knights football team.
The complex is also open to the public for recreational use and parking is available at the high school.
Located at 232 Pearl St. on the corner of Pearl Street and Adams Street, Stoughton High School is the town's only…More public high school. More than 1,100 students attend SHS. Visit the school's Web site to view a program of studies, review the student handbook, go to the athletics website, go to the guidance department's Web site, or learn more about the music program, student council or any of the other extracurricular activities.
SHS offers a wide variety of classes in English, math, science, history, fine arts, world languages, technology, physical education and special education. The school is home of the Black Knights athletics teams, which compete in the highly competitive Hockomock League. The current principal is Matthew Colantonio.
The West School Athletic Complex is located behind the West Elementary School. There is also an entrance to the…More complex located off the access road that connects Stoughton High School and the O'Donnell Middle School. It is overseen and maintained by the town's Recreation Department.
The athletic complex includes four softball fields (one with lights), two baseball fields, a multi-purpose field, a gravel path for walking or running, playground equipment, restrooms and a shaded area with benches to sit and relax. Many Stoughton High athletic teams play their home games at this facility, including the baseball, softball and field hockey teams.
The facility is open to the public. Residents can reserve a field by contacting the Recreation Department and obtaining a field permit.