Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Highlights from the Stoughton High volleyball and field hockey teams.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
VOLLEYBALL (courtesy of coach Ken Gay) The Stoughton High volleyball team defeated Milford 3-0 Monday on the road. Starring for Stoughton: Nicole Daniels with 16 kills and 9 blocks; Emma Zuk with 15 assists and one sweet pancake; and Jalen Joseph with 12 service points and 4 aces. The win gives the already postseason bound squad a 12-4 record with two-matches left in the regular season - Wednesday at undefeated Canton and Friday at home against Randolph, which will be senior night. In JV action, Stoughton lost to Milford 2-0. The Stoughton freshmen also fell to Milford, 2-1, in their final match of the season. Starring for Stoughton in their final match were Alyssa McGillicuddy, Kethney Masserat, and Bridgette Whalen. *** FIELD HOCKEY (…
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.
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Plus, Stoughton High field hockey edged despite 'outstanding' effort from Katie Cellucci in goal; and David Lockhart, Wayne Barnaby and Alec DeNapoli continue to pace the boys' cross country team.
Saturday, October 6, 2012
VOLLEYBALL The following is submitted by coach Ken Gay: On Friday, the Stoughton High volleyball team defeated an extremely tough King Philip squad 3 sets to 0. Each set was tight through the mid-point where Stoughton was able to string multiple service points together and claim victory at the end of each set. The victory was a total team effort with multiple star players. Stars of the match were Ashley Medeiros with 11 service points and 4 aces; Gabby Medina with 26 digs; Nicole Daniels with 18 kills and 4 blocks; and Emma Zuk with 21 assists. A great victory for Stoughton over a top level Hockomock League team. With the win, Stoughton improves to 7-3 and bounces back from a home loss to Canton on Wednesday. Stoughton's next match is …
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…
Saturday, September 15, 2012
The Stoughton High Field Hockey Team is now 2-2-1 after posting back-to-back wins against Hockomock League foes.
After starting the season 0-2-1, the Stoughton High girls' field hockey team has evened its record after earning wins against Hockomock League foes Taunton and Sharon to close out the week. The two victories already match last season's win total. On Wednesday, the Black Knights traveled to Taunton, earning a 2-1 win. Anna Russell scored her first varsity goal, assisted by Kerry Backman. And, Nicole Kerman scored her third goal of the season, assisted by Beth Sloane. Stoughton then turned in a shutout victory, 1-0, over Sharon, Friday at home. After scoring her first varsity goal on Wednesday, Russell was back at it against the Eagles, scoring the lone goal of the contest. She was assisted by Emma Sinkus. Katie Cellucci had the shutout in …
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Photos from the Stoughton High field hockey team's 2-0 loss to Franklin Monday at home.
The Stoughton High varsity field hockey team was edged 2-0 by Franklin, the defending Hockomock League Kelly-Rex Division champions, Monday at home. Coach Dan Mark said "Katie Cellucci was outstanding in goal, making 15 saves." He also praised senior captains Kelsie LaFerriere and Ilanna Schlehuber for their respective performances. Stoughton, now 0-2-1 to start the season, travels to new Hockomock League foe Taunton on Wednesday, September 12 and will host Davenport Division rival Sharon on Friday, September 14. Take a look at photos from the Franklin game in the media gallery.
Monday, September 10, 2012
The Stoughton High field hockey team is 0-1-1 heading into its home-opener Monday against Franklin.
The Stoughton High varsity field hockey team opened its season Friday and Saturday with a loss and a tie. The Black Knights lost 2-0 at Attleboro on Friday. Freshman Kara Ploss played well in her first varsity start in goal, while Megan Flaherty had a strong game at back, coach Dan Mark said. Stoughton was back in action the next day, traveling to Pembroke on Saturday. The two teams played to a 3-3 tie. Senior captain Nicole Kerman lead the offense with two goals, while Emma Sinkus scored her first varsity goal. Meanwhile, the junior varsity field hockey team tied Pembroke, 1-1. Courtney Campbell scored the Stoughton goal. The varsity and JV field hockey squads have their home openers Monday, September 10 against Franklin.
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
Despite graduating a number of key players from last year’s squad, the SHS girls’ field hockey team returns a core of experienced seniors who hope to lead the team to an improved record in 2012.
After graduating 15 seniors from last year's squad, the Stoughton High field hockey team will turn to a dozen seniors this season to help the Black Knights aim for their first postseason berth in five seasons. Stoughton finished the 2011 season at 2-12-2, with both wins coming against Davenport Division rival Sharon. The Black Knights will look to improve upon that mark in 2012. Leading this year's seniors are captains Nicole Kerman, Kelsie LaFerriere, Jordan Angelos and Ilanna Schlehuber. Marcia Lourie, a senior who moved from Rhode Island to Stoughton last school year after the field hockey season had already concluded, also figures to be part Stoughton's rotation this fall, Stoughton Coach Dan Mark said. Last season's record: 2-12-2 …