The Norwood High boys hockey team’s late season run and quest for a tournament berth was derailed Saturday night as rival Walpole dealt them a 6-0 drubbing in front of a capacity crowd at Rodman Arena, eliminating the Mustangs from tournament consideration.Fresh off a 2-1 loss to Brockton the night before, Norwood skated into the whipsaw that is this year’s Rebel team, which notched their 20th win and remains undefeated with one […]Continue reading »
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Walpole Boys Basketball faced the Norwood Mustangs at Walpole High School on Thursday, Feb. 16. The game started at 6:30 and ended in a 48-43 win for the Rebels. Thursday’s game was senior night for Walpole Boys Basketball and was also dedicated to Tommy Quinn with a fundraiser for the […]
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It is officially playoff time, so we will be looking into the first round matchups as well as the teams with byes. Teams With Byes: #1 Rockets, #2 76ers, #3 Celtics, #4 Mavericks. #1. Rockets: The Rockets hold the top seed in this years playoffs, but without injured senior David […]Continue reading »
Photos By Kelsey Mazzocca Written By Thomas Wilbur Senior Kelly Fogarty achieved a milestone on Tuesday Feb. 14: she scored 1,000 plus points in a high school basketball career at Walpole. Although Fogarty reached the milestone by contributing 10 points in the game, the Walpole Girls Basketball fell 65-42 […]Continue reading »
By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Walpole High School boys and girls varsity hockey teams were each victorious this past week over Braintree, both via a shutout. The boys secured a 1-0 victory on the road against the Wamps on Wednesday thanks to a 29-save performance by senior goaltender James Corcoran, followed by a 3-1 victory over Natick Continue ReadingContinue reading »
If you couldn’t already tell that Walpole High senior captain Kelly Fogarty had a few jitters, the first free throw said it all.The trepidation was understandable as with 5:10 left in the third quarter of Tuesday night’s game against Newton North, Fogarty was standing on the foul line one point from 1,000 for her career. Normally a dead-eye shooter, her offering came up uncharacteristically short, grazing the front of the rim. […]Continue reading »
The Walpole High wrestling team used doses of quality and quantity to finish second overall at the Division 2 Central sectional on Saturday in Marlborough.Juniors Tyler Splaine and Paul Kauraren and freshman Anthony Borelli collected sectional titles to lead a Rebel squad that had eight automatic state qualifiers and three alternates. Their 11 total placements helped earn 211 points, which was runner-up to champion Algonquin’s 222. […]Continue reading »
WALPOLE HIGH ROUNDUPTrack squads compete at BSC ChampionshipsBoth Rebel squads had four individual placements at the Bay State Conference Championships last Wednesday at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center.Caroline McGrath was the top finisher o…Continue reading »
With the program having gone two decades since its last Bay State Conference Herget Division title, Cam Martin and the Walpole High boys hockey team did not feel like waiting any longer.The senior struck for the game-winning goal with 2:32 to play and added an empty-netter in a 3-1 victory over Natick on Saturday night at Rodman Arena that clinched the Rebels’ first division crown since 1997“It feels […]Continue reading »
Jenna Burchesky, of Walpole, competed in the USA Junior National Curling Championships in Fargo, North Dakota, and she and her team won the gold medal. The team will head of off to the World Junior Curling Championships in South Korea as team USA.Continue reading »
The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey Girls U10 and Bantam B2 Red teams finished just short of winning district championships, but they still earned at-large berths in the upcoming Mass Hockey state tournaments after runner-up finishes in their respective district tournaments.
The Girls U10 team lost to Weymouth, 1-0, on a goal with 21 seconds left in the District 3 championship game Friday night, but earned an at-large berth for their second straight appearance in the state tournament (the U10s beat Weymouth last season for the 2015-16 District 3 crown). The Girls U10 Tier III tournament will be held March 17-19 in Springfield.
The Bantam B2 Red team dropped a 3-0 decision to Wellesley in the district title game, after rolling up wins in the first three rounds of the Bantam Tier IV district tournament. The Bantam Tier IV state tournament will be held March 10-12 in Framingham.
They advance to the state tournament to join KPW’s District 3 champion Girls U14 Red and Squirt B2 White teams, and the Pee Wee B2 team, which earned a berth as the host of the Pee Wee Tier IV tournament.
In addition, KPW’s Girls U18A and Midget B teams also played in the state tournament during the short season, giving KPW an impressive seven teams competing in state tournaments this season.
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With the program having gone more than two decades since its last Bay State Conference Herget Division title, Cam Martin and the Walpole High boys hockey team did not feel like waiting any longer.The senior struck for the game-winning goal with 2:32 to play and added an empty-netter in a 3-1 victory over Natick on Saturday night at Rodman Arena that clinched the Rebels’ first division crown since 1996“It feels […]Continue reading »
Team photos will be taken before practices scheduled the week of Feb. 13, with the exception of the Mite Development and Instructional Programs, which will be taken Feb. 26. You can complete your order online, get more information and view the complete…Continue reading »
As the Walpole High boys hockey team streamrolled through its schedule this winter, the prevailing sentiment has been the true litmus test would come against Braintree.Wednesday night, the moment the Rebels have been waiting for finally arrived and the…Continue reading »
By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Walpole and Needham High School gymnastics teams faced off against one another last Tuesday night in a Bay State Conference match. Led by Ellie Nash, the Rockets were able to prevail 125.65-110.75 over the Rebels in a back-and-forth bout. The Rebels were led by the tandem of Elyse Goode, Dierdre McCarthy, Jill Continue ReadingContinue reading »
With the type of games that the Walpole High boys basketball team has played this winter, one would think that it is only a matter of time before it starts finding a way to win more of them. Unfortunately for the Rebels, time is something they are rapi…Continue reading »
WALPOLE HIGH ROUNDUPGirls hoop books its spot in postseasonAfter narrowly missing out on the postseason a year ago, the Rebels are headed back to the tournament after a 56-51 victory over Dedham on Friday clinched a spot in the Division 2 South draw.Wa…Continue reading »
The tremendous season for the Walpole High wrestling team is showing no signs of slowing down heading into sectionals.Playing host to a tough trio of teams in a nonleague quad on Saturday, the Rebels went 2-1 to boost their overall mark to 20-5 on the year. Walpole posted a 37-21 victory over Scituate and edged Canton, 45-36, while falling to Hingham, 43-30.“I feel like the program has come a long way,” said […]Continue reading »
The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey Squirt B2 White team is heading to the state tournament after capturing the District 3 Squirt Tier IV championship Monday night at the New England Sports Village in Attleboro.
The Squirt B2 Whites held on to a hard…Continue reading »
The Walpole High girls hockey team has not exactly lit up the scoreboard this winter, but throughout most of the season the Rebels have still found a way to collect enough points to stay on a steady path to the postseason.A lack of offensive production…Continue reading »