Thursday, October 18, 2012
Highlights from the Stoughton High volleyball, boys' and girls' soccer, boys' and girls' cross country, and field hockey teams.
VOLLEYBALL In a back-and-forth match, the Stoughton High volleyball team pulled out a 3-1 win Wednesday against visiting Foxborough, improving to 10-4 on the season. Stoughton won the first set 29-27, fighting off four Foxborough set points. The Black Knights then fell behind 8-0 in the second set, but won eight of the next nine points to climb back into the set. Stoughton never led however, and Foxborough hung on, 25-21. Stoughton fell behind again in the third set, 9-3, but tied the set at 10, and ended up winning 25-23. In the fourth set, up two sets to one, coach Ken Gay spun his lineup, putting his players in different starting positions than in the first three sets, and the move worked out, with Stoughton cruising to a decisive 25-10…
Monday, October 15, 2012
Photos of the Stoughton High field hockey, girls' soccer and boys' soccer teams in action.
Check out photos of the Stoughton High field hockey, girls' soccer and boys' soccer teams in action last week in the media gallery of this article.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
After beating Mansfield, the Stoughton High volleyball team is one win away from clinching a postseason tournament berth. The boys' soccer team won its second straight on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the cross country teams were both edged by Canton.
VOLLEYBALL With Tuesday's 3-1 win over Mansfield at home, the Stoughton High volleyball team improves to 8-3 on the season and is just one win away from clinching a spot in the postseason tournament. After losing the first set 25-18, Stoughton came back and won the final three. The Black Knights won the second set 25-13. In the third set, Stoughton jumped out to a 14-4 lead, and led 24-20, just one point away from taking the set, but Mansfield made things interesting winning the next three points. Clinging to a 24-23 lead, Nicole Daniels tipped the ball over the net, giving Stoughton the 25-23 win. Stoughton cruised in the fourth set, winning 25-16. Daniels had 19 kills and 11 blocks in the victory; Gabby Medina had 25 digs; Emma Zuk had …
Sunday, October 7, 2012
The Stoughton High boys' soccer team beat Mansfield 2-1 on Friday. Stoughton freshman Kyle Silverman turned in an impressive effort in goal.
The Stoughton High boys' soccer team upset Mansfield Friday afternoon on the road, defeating the Hornets 2-1 for Stoughton's second victory of the season. An impressive defensive effort along with timely scoring allowed the Knights to come out victorious on an afternoon where all of Stoughton was mourning the loss of SHS senior David Wade. Wade, 17, died following a tragic accident on Sept. 29 and his funeral was held Friday morning. Stoughton got on the board in the first half on a goal by junior Chris Rego. After Mansfield tied the game 1-1, senior Pat Jackman scored what proved to be the game winning goal in the 25th minute of the second half. Stoughton also benefited from a huge game by freshman goaltender Kyle Silverman. The Knights …
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Photos from the Stoughton High boys' soccer team's Oct. 1 game with rival Canton.
Take a look at the photo gallery for pictures of the Stoughton High boys' soccer team hosting Hockomock League Davenport Division rival Canton Monday, Oct. 2. Canton edged Stoughton 2-0. The Black Knights were back at it on Oct. 2, hosting Milford, falling in another close match, 4-3. Chris Rego, Mikey Cardoso and Mike Gallagher scored the goals in this back-and-forth, rain-soaked affair. Gallagher (Rego goal), Kevin Bernard (Cardoso goal) and Josh Mitchell (Gallagher goal) recorded the assists. Stoughton is 1-7 on the season.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
After losses on Monday, the Stoughton High volleyball and boys' and girls' soccer teams are back in action Friday, while the field hockey team plays again on Thursday.
VOLLEYBALL The Stoughton High varsity volleyball team fell at Foxborough, 3-1, in a close match Monday afternoon. After losing the first set, Stoughton came back and won the second, but the Warriors won the final two to take the match. All three sets lost Stoughton were by just two points, the smallest margin of victory or defeat in volleyball. Starring for Stoughton in a losing effort were Emma Zuk with 36 assists, 20 digs, and 1 pancake; Ashley Medeiros with 17 digs and 7 kills; and Nicole Daniels with 21 kills. Stoughton is now 4-2 and will travel to Oliver Ames this Friday. The Stoughton JV team defeated Foxboro 2-0, and the Stoughton freshmen team defeated Foxboro 3-0. *** FIELD HOCKEY The Stoughton High varsity field hockey team lost…
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Attleboro shut out Stoughton, 3-0. Take a look at photos from the game in the media gallery.
The Stoughton High boys' soccer team dropped its season opener to Attleboro, 3-0, Friday, September 7 at home. Take a look at photos from the game in the media gallery. ***
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Looking ahead to the Fall 2012 Stoughton High sports season.
With the start of the 2012-2013 school year comes the start of fall sports season. Led by a talented group of seniors, the Class of 2013 looks to lead the Stoughton High Black Knights on the field this fall, winter and spring. After adding Attleboro in the 2010-2011 school year and splitting into small (Davenport) and large (Kelly-Rex) divisions, the Hockomock League welcomes two new schools in 2012-2013 - Milford and Taunton. Milford will join Stoughton, Oliver Ames, Sharon, Canton and Foxboro in the Davenport Division, with the exception of football. Milford won't join the Hockomock in football until next school year. Meanwhile, Taunton joins Mansfield, King Philip, North Attleboro, Franklin and Attleboro in the Kelly-Rex Division. …
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Led by new coach Martyn Emery, the Stoughton High Black Knights soccer team looks to improve and vie for a postseason berth.
Despite a youthful roster, the Stoughton high boys' soccer team returns a talented core, looking to make an improvement upon last year's one-win season. The Knights headlined by junior captain Michael Gallagher and senior captains Mike Paukner and Sheldon Oliveira have the potential to content for a spot in the state tournament. Along with a talented freshmen core, the poised Knights look to be a team that will give opposing teams a tough time every time they take the field. *** Last season's record: 1-16-1 First game: Stoughton opens its season Friday, September 7 at home against Attleboro. Head Coach: Martyn Emery (first year at Stoughton High) "I played semi professionally in England and coached at both professional academies at …
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Highlights from the Stoughton High boys’ soccer alumni game (photos by Justin Braga).
Last Saturday, less than 24 hours after their 1-1 tie against Sharon at home on Senior Day, the Stoughton High boys’ varsity soccer team took on an alumni squad of 15 players. The alumni roster featured current Stoughton High boys’ varsity soccer head coach Matt Bernstein, a 2002 graduate of SHS. The varsity and alumni squads played to a 1-1 draw. Take a look at photos (by Justin Braga) of the Stoughton High boys’ soccer alumni game in the media gallery above. Rosters are below. Alumni Team 2011 Varsity Team Muhammad Mir (Senior)