The KP High Alumni hockey players (the real old timers) have scheduled a benefit hockey game to help support KP High School Hockey program. The limited numbers of tickets have already been sold, however you can still come show your support and make a donation at the door.
Rink: Norfolk Arena
Date: December 6th, 2013
This should be a great event for both young and old and a great way to help support the KP High School Hockey Program.
Hope to see you at the rink.
KPHS Hockey Alumni
This was not the way the Weymouth football team thought that its Thanksgiving game would go. The Wildcats were coming off an emotional, last-second win over New Bedford, without most of their starting skill-position players. Weymouth had hoped to keep the momentum going, but the Rebels controlled the game on both sides of the ball and rolled to a 48-14 win.
When Millis/Hopedale football coach Dale Olmsted was recently offered the job to be the head coach at Nichols College, he was faced with a dilemma. To accept the position, he had to leave behind a Mohawks program that he built into a perennial playoff team and also resign from his job with the Millis Department of Public Works.
This Friday night, November 22nd the Walpole Girls High School Boosters will be hosting a “night out”, complete with a silent auction, raffles, 50/50 and dancing at the Walpole VFW, 33 Robbins Road, Walpole, MA starting at 7:00 PM. Many of you may remember our entertainer, Jim Plunkett (not the football player) who DJs music to our favorite oldies. Please come and join us to support the Walpole Girls HS Team.
Tickets are $15 per person or 2 for $25. Please plan on joining them for this fun evening and great cause.
Also, their other big fundraiser is selling Christmas trees starting the week after Thanksgiving and throughout December at Stop & Shop on Main Street in Walpole as they have done for the past eight years.
Five (5) players from this year’s KPWYH U19 team also play on the Walpole Girls High School team and two girls from our U14A team will also be joining them this year as freshmen. So let's support our KPW Girls.
Many thanks in advance for your generosity and support for the girl’s hockey program. They will greatly appreciate it.
The Rebels may have only participated in three individual events at the Division 2 State Swimming and Diving Championships on Sunday at Harvard’s Blodgett Pool, but made the most of them with two victories and a second place as Walpole finished 13th as a team with 67 points.