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.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Take a look at photos from the Stoughton High girls' soccer team's game played under the lights at Canton on Oct. 1.
The Stoughton High girls' soccer team traveled to Canton for a night game on Monday, taking on last season's state championship runners-up. The Black Knights lost to the Bulldogs, 5-0, falling to 0-8 on the season. Stoughton is next in action Wednesday at home against King Philip. Take a look at photos from the Stoughton-Canton game in the media gallery.
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…
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Photos from the Stoughton High girls' soccer team's car wash fundraiser at Walgreens in Stoughton on September 15.
Last Saturday, the Stoughton High girls' soccer team held a fundraising car wash at the Walgreens parking lot in Stoughton. In just five hours, the team raised more than $1,500. Take a look at photos in the media gallery above.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Photos from the Stoughton High girls' varsity soccer match against Franklin on Sept. 10.
Take a look at the media gallery for photos from the Stoughton High girls' varsity soccer team's home-opener against Franklin on Sept. 10. Stoughton (0-4) has dropped matches at Attleboro, vs. Franklin, at Taunton and vs. Sharon to start the season. The Black Knights return to action Friday, Sept. 21 at home against Foxboro.
Friday, September 14, 2012
Five Things You Need to Know Today: More Snow Days?; Stoughton Youth Lacrosse League Signups; Stoughton High Girls' Soccer Car Wash; John Lennon Tribute; and more...
"Five Things you Need to Know Today" is a Patch column that provides readers with essential, daily information at a glance. 1. AccuWeather Forecasts More Snow Days for Stoughton Students this School Year It's not even winter yet - in fact fall doesn't begin until September 22 - but Accuweather.com reports that unlike last winter, students (and teachers) can expect more snow days this winter. While Accuweather does not release its full winter forecast until October, Accuweather meteorologist Meghan Evans writes, "Following a snow drought during winter 2011-2012, the mid-Atlantic and southern New England will get a snow dump this winter." What does this mean for Stoughton? For more details, click here. 2. Stoughton Youth Lacrosse League …
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Five Things You Need to Know Today: 5 Things, September 12: Interview Process to Pick Stoughton's Next Permanent Town Manager Underway; STOYAC Basketball Signups; Immigration Information Workshop; and more...
"Five Things you Need to Know Today" is a Patch column that provides readers with essential, daily information at a glance. 1. Interview Process to Pick Stoughton's Next Permanent Town Manager Underway The search for Stoughton's next permanent Town Manager has hit the homestretch. On Wednesday, September 12, the final group of seven candidates will be interviewed by three separate panels - the Town Manager Search Committee; Stoughton Department Heads; and a group representing consulting firm Municipal Resources, Inc. (MRI), which will include both an active and retired Town Manager from the area. These interviews are scheduled from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. according to the town's website. Following the Wednesday panel interviews, this group of …
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 senior tri-captains Niamh Fennessy, Megan Crimmins and Mackenzie McGrath, the Stoughton High Black Knights soccer team looks to improve and vie for a postseason berth.
The Stoughton High girls' soccer team will look to take another strong step in the right direction and contend for a postseason berth this season. The team will look to improve on some of the weaknesses that hampered them last year and continue to build on all the positives. If healthy and playing up to their ability, this group of resilient girls will be a very competitive team in the Hockomock League's Davenport Division. Last season's record: 5-11-2 First game: Stoughton opens up its season September 7 when the team travels to Attleboro to take on the Bombardiers. Head Coach: Gary Muello (second season at Stoughton High) Captains: Seniors Niamh Fennessy, Megan Crimmins and Mackenzie McGrath Burning Question: Who replaces Mikayla …