Saturday, February 2, 2013
Looking to get back to the .500 mark, the Stoughton High boys' basketball team (6-8) instead lost to the now 2-12 King Philip Warriors Friday night on the road.
The Stoughton High boys' basketball team was in action Friday night, losing at King Philip, 67-60. With the loss, the Knights fall to 6-8 and need to go 4-2 in the remaining 6 games to qualify for the MIAA postseason tournament. King Philip entered the game with just a 1-12 record, but KP had a strong game all-around, playing well offensively and defensively. Rebounding was a major factor in the win for the Warriors Friday night. King Philip received strong games from Jimmy Layman (20 points) and Michael Pergola (18 points) in what was the second win of the season for the Warriors. Stoughton senior captain Joe Bunce-Grenon had a big game in his return after missing three games with a concussion. Bunce-Grenon had 18 points, 9 rebounds, 3 …
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Bringing you live coverage of MIAA State Tournament boys’ basketball action—Division 2 South Sectionals, Quarterfinal round.
Patch will be bringing you live coverage Thursday evening of the following quarterfinal round games in the MIAA Boys’ Basketball Division 2 South Sectional Bracket: For a complete Division 2 South Sectional boys’ bracket, click on the link: South Division 2. All games start around 7 p.m. With this live blog you can interact with us and send us game photos. No need for scoreboard watching...Patch has you covered. We start blogging around tip-off. Just click on the play button in the gray box and follow along!
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
The Black Knights edged the Warriors 73-69 on the road Tuesday night, coming away with the win in a battle of 9-1 teams.
The objective was simple for the Stoughton High boys’ basketball team: play the whole game. After giving up the lead against Mansfield and almost letting Oliver Ames come back earlier this season, falling asleep was not going to be an option against King Philip. “All we talked about is [playing] 32 minutes or more if we have to,” Stoughton head coach John Gallivan said. In a jammed pack KP gym, the Black Knights walked away with an important win. With both schools’ fans bringing the noise, it was the Stoughton fans who had the last laugh Tuesday night. “It feels good, really good. We came to their home court, they had a crazy crowd and we shut them up,” Stoughton guard Aaron Calixte said. Stretching the lead to 11 late in the game, the …