Friday, November 23, 2012
The B-Raiders lost to North Attleboro in the Hockomock League Super Bowl (Division 1 Junior Midget Championship) on Nov. 18. Take a look at pictures from the game (players and cheerleaders) in the media gallery.
In a back-and-forth game, the STOYAC B-Raiders fell 28-18 to undefeated North Attleboro last Sunday, Nov. 18 in the Hockomock League Division 1 Junior Midget Pop Warner Super Bowl, played at Stoughton High. This was the second straight Super Bowl appearance for the B-Raiders, who were edged in last year's championship against King Philip, 8-0. Against North Attleboro in this season's Super Bowl, Nick Spohn had two touchdown passes (one each to Joey Eartbawey and Ryan Sullivan) and Izon Swain-Price returned a kick for a touchdown. "We lost to a very solid and fundamentally sound team. North Attleboro won the line of scrimmage and therefore, won the game. I give NA a lot of credit for their coaching and personnel depth. They do not have many…
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The B-Raiders beat Westwood in the semifinal round of the Hockomock League Division 1 Junior Midget Pop Warner playoffs and now face undefeated North Attleboro in the Super Bowl Nov. 18 at 3 p.m. at Stoughton High.
The STOYAC Pop Warner B-Raiders are going back to the Super Bowl after pulling out a thrilling 34-33 overtime win over Westwood this past Sunday morning in Westwood in the semifinals. With the semifinal round win, Stoughton will now take on North Attleboro in the Hockomock League Division 1 Junior Midget Pop Warner Championship (a.k.a. the Super Bowl) Sunday, Nov. 18 at 3 p.m. at the Stoughton High football field. The Westwood game was a back-and-forth affair between "two very evenly matched teams with many skilled athletes on both sides," coach Greg Spohn said. After the game was tied at 14 going into the half, Westwood scored to make it 20-14 and then Stoughton scored the next two touchdowns to go up 27-20. But, Westwood scored again …
Friday, November 9, 2012
The 7-2 B-Raiders beat Foxborough in the opening round of the Hockomock League Division 1 Junior Midget Pop Warner playoffs and now face Westwood in the semifinals Nov. 11, with the winner going to the Super Bowl.
A shutout win against Foxborough in the first round of the Hockomock League Division 1 Junior Midget Pop Warner playoffs has the STOYAC B-Raiders one game away from a return trip to the Hockomock League Super Bowl. Foxborough beat Stoughton 26-14 in the first game of the season, but Stoughton won the rematch in the playoffs, 26-0, Sunday, Nov. 4 in Foxborough. The B-Raiders were led by two touchdowns from Nick Spohn. Alex Sjoquist and Ryan Sullivan also scored for Stoughton. Coach Greg Spohn said the playoff win over Foxborough was a "solid all-around defensive effort, with all players contributing." The B-Raiders will be playing Westwood this coming Sunday, Nov. 11 at 10:30 a.m. in Westwood (at Westwood High School located at 200 Nahatan …
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Stoughton hosted Foxboro on the opening weekend of the season, Sunday, September 2. Take a look at photos of Stoughton's B and C teams and cheerleaders.
Stoughton's STOYAC Pop Warner football teams kicked off their respective seasons Sunday, September 2, hosting Foxboro at Community Field. Take a look at photos of Stoughton's B and C teams and cheerleaders in the media gallery. Next week Stoughton's teams travel to Plymouth. ***
Saturday, November 26, 2011
The B-Raiders lost to King Philip in the Hockomock League Super Bowl (Division 1 Junior Midget Championship) on Nov. 19. Take a look at pictures from the game in the media gallery.
The STOAYC B-Raiders fell short in their quest for a Hockomock League Super Bowl Title, with Stoughton falling 8-0 in a defensive battle against the King Philip Chiefs in the Hockomock League Division 1 Junior Midget Championship game. The game was played last Saturday, Nov. 19 at North Attleboro’s Community Field. King Philip’s Craig Kelleher scored the only touchdown of the game with 5:56 left to go in the second quarter. Both teams had drives stall deep in opposing territory, with each defense coming up with key stops. Stoughton ended the regular season with an 8-1 record, winning their division. The B-Raiders defeated the Brockton Junior Boxers 24-0 on Nov. 13, earning a trip to the Hockomock League Super Bowl. 2011 STOYAC Pop Warner…
Saturday, November 19, 2011
SHS art exhibition at the SAART Gallery, Love Letters of John and Abigail Adams, STOYAC B-Raiders eye Super Bowl title, weekend concerts, and fall fairs.
"Five Things you Need to Know This Weekend" is the weekend version of the Patch column "Five Things You Need to Know Today." The weekend edition provides readers with essential information for both Saturday and Sunday. 1. SHS Art Exhibition at the SAART Gallery The Stoughton High School Art Department will be displaying an exhibition of student artwork at the SAART Gallery in November (through Nov. 27). The gallery is located in the Felos Memorial Art Center, 720 Park Street in Stoughton. The gallery is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from noon until 4 p.m. The SAART Gallery is a collaborative art gallery sponsored by the Stoughton Art Association. For more information about the SAART Gallery, visit www.saartgallery.com. For a…
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
The B-Raiders advanced to the Hockomock League Super Bowl with a win over Brockton on Nov. 13. Stoughton will face King Philip on Nov. 19 in the championship game.
The STOYAC Pop Warner B-Raiders are Super Bowl Bound. The B-Raiders defeated the Brockton Junior Boxers 24-0 Sunday in Wrentham, with Stoughton punching their ticket to the Hockomock League Super Bowl. The B-Raiders will take on King Philip this Saturday, Nov. 19 at 2:15 p.m. at Community Field in North Attleboro for the championship. Doug Seaman scored twice and Jake Gibb added a touchdown in Stoughton’s semi-final win over Brockton. Denzel Gentry kicked the extra points. Stoughton ended the regular season with an 8-1 record, winning their division. 2011 STOYAC Pop Warner B Team The B-Raiders encourage the Stoughton community to attend this game and support their Pop Warner team as they go for the title. Community Field in North …