Saturday, October 6, 2012
The Stoughton High football team (5-0), playing in memory of teammate David Wade, a senior who tragically died on Sept. 29, came away with a 20-0 win over Foxborough (3-2), Friday night in Stoughton.
Photos in the media gallery by Justin Braga *** Foxborough running back Kiivone Howard had three touchdowns in every game so far this season, for a total of 12 scores in four contests. That trend stopped Friday night. While Howard picked up more than 100-yards on the ground against Stoughton, he was kept out of the end zone, as was the rest of the Foxborough team, with the Black Knights shutting out the Warriors. The Stoughton High football team's 20-0 win capped an emotional week for the Black Knights. Senior lineman David Wade, 17, died last Saturday, Sept. 29 after being accidentally shot. Just eight hours prior to the start of Friday's game, Wade's teammates attended his funeral. But thanks to jumping out to an early lead and coming up…
David Wade, a 17-year-old senior at Stoughton High and lineman on the SHS football team, died after being shot on Saturday, Sept. 29. The Black Knights capped an emotional week with a 20-0 win over Foxborough High School Friday night in Stoughton.
As Stoughton High football senior captains Mike Connelly, Adam Leonard, Andrew Kelly and Aaron Mack made their way to midfield for the coin toss prior to the start of Friday's home game against Foxborough, Leonard and Kelly held a black #56 jersey, belonging to classmate David Wade, a lineman on the team who tragically died last Saturday. Coach Greg Burke carried Wade's helmet on his way out from the locker room. Wade's jersey and helmet were then placed on the Stoughton bench. A teary-eyed Burke held this same jersey and helmet during his postgame interview following Stoughton's 20-0 win, a victory the team dedicated to Wade and his family. "You can't get any tougher than this week when you lose a family member, a senior, a leader, a …
Friday, October 5, 2012
Friday Night LIVE, Week 5, Oct. 5: Bringing you live coverage of the Stoughton/Foxborough, Sharon/Canton, Attleboro/Mansfield and Taunton/King Philip high school football games.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Welcome to the Patch Hockomock League football live blog. With the exception of Oliver Ames, division play begins this week for the Hockomock's other schools. The Patch team be bringing you updates from: With this live blog you can interact with us and send us game photos. No need for scoreboard watching...Patch has you covered. The live blog will be posted, right here, embedded in this article prior to kickoff. So bookmark this page and return Friday evening to follow all the action.. In the meantime, catch up with what happened last week around the gridiron in the Hockomock League: Hockomock League Football Recap: Week 4 Upsets, a Last-Minute Comeback and More
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Fresh off a 25-6 win at home against heavily-favored Mansfield, the 4-0 Stoughton High football team is looking to continue its hot start this season. Stoughton hosts Foxborough this Friday in the first Davenport Division showdown of the season.
With the Stoughton High football team's 25-6 win over Mansfield last Friday at home, Stoughton Patch will look at some key factors contributing to the win and look ahead to this Friday's contest home against Hockomock League Davenport Division rival Foxborough (3-1) at 6 p.m. [note the time change]. Friday night is also homecoming for the 4-0 Black Knights. 1. The Frankie Morris Show - Morris once again had a huge offensive game for Stoughton last Friday, pacing the Knights with four touchdowns against Mansfield. Morris electrified the crowd at the home crowd at Anthony L. Sarno field with an 86-yard touchdown run. The senior fullback ended up with 161 yards on the night and was a big reason why Stoughton upset Mansfield for a second …