Tuesday, January 15, 2013
The Tigers are now the team to beat in the Hockomock League.
Whether you're in the Kelley-Rex "big school" division or the Davenport "small school" division, it is becoming clear that the Oliver Ames girls' basketball team is now the team to beat in the Hockomock League. The undefeated Davenport leading Tigers defeated Kelley-Rex leading North Attleboro, 59-48 Tuesday night at the Nixon Gymnasium to improve to 9-0. The Red Rocketeers lost their second game of the season (and their first Hockomock League game) to drop to 8-2 overall. "This was a bar fight in a good sense," Oliver Ames coach Elaine Clement-Holbrook said. "It wasn’t dirty, just both teams played hard right down to the wire so I’m really happy that we just hung in there and kept fighting." Oliver Ames was led by strong defense and a …
Monday, November 12, 2012
A recap of Week 10 football action in the Hockomock League.
Turns out Thanksgiving football in the Hockomock League will just be for pride and bragging rights this year - both of the league's playoff berths were sewn up by the end of week 10. Mansfield (7-3), a perennial playoff threat, clinched the Hockomock League's Kelly-Rex (large schools) Division with a 28-21 win against visiting Franklin this past Saturday evening. Mansfield improved to 4-1 in the division, assuring the Hornets of at least a tie with King Philip, who is 3-1 heading into Thanksgiving. But, Mansfield has the head-to-head tiebreak, beating KP 46-33 on Oct. 20. And, Sharon (8-2), just two years removed from a 1-9-1 season, made history Saturday afternoon, clinching the Hockomock League's Davenport (small schools) Division with a…
Friday, November 9, 2012
Video highlights from the Oliver Ames Cheerleading team competing at the Hockomock League Fall Championships on Nov. 4.
Take a look at video highlights from the Oliver Ames cheerleading team competing at the 2012 Hockomock League Fall Championships Nov. 4 at Attleboro High School. Milford came in first at the meet, followed by Attleboro in second and Foxborough in third.
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Borderland was taken over by the Hockomock League Cross Country Championships Saturday.
The 2012 George King Hockomock Cross Country Championships were held at Borderland State Park in Easton Saturday morning. The Oliver Ames boys team placed second and the Oliver Ames girls team placed second. Mansfield took top honors for the boys and Franklin took top honors for the girls. Below are final times: Individual Girls: 1 #68 Holmes, Liz SO Foxborough 6:00.3 18:39.15 2 #4 Cuddeback, Shelby SR Attleboro 6:13.3 19:19.56 3 #233 Carey, Sami JR Mansfield 6:17.7 19:33.43 4 #103 Hagen, Lauren SR Franklin 6:19.3 19:38.43 5 #500 Sun, Caroline SR Sharon 6:21.6 19:45.41 6 #255 Sarkisian, Emily SO Mansfield…
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Oliver Ames will be one of the Hockomock League teams competing
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Submitted to Patch: The 2012 George King Hockomock League Cross Country Championships will be held on Saturday, Oct. 27. The event will be hosted at Borderland State Park in Easton. There will be a series of four races. Over 700 student athletes are expected to compete and over 1000 spectators are expected to attend. The starting gun for the first race, the girls’ varsity championship, goes off at 9:30 a.m. The varsity boys’ championship is the second race of the day, followed by the junior varsity and freshman races. The meet includes the 12 teams of the Hockomock League. It will feature some of the top programs and individuals in the state. Mansfield High School is the defending boys’ champion. Led by Val Madonna-Lendavi, the Hornets …
Sunday, September 30, 2012
A recap of Week 4 football action in the Hockomock League.
Week 4 Recap Stoughton 25, Mansfield 6 Despite upsetting host Mansfield 8-0 last season, the pundits did not give Stoughton much of a chance in the rematch this year, but the Black Knight players didn't write their team off and came away with a dominating victory against Mansfield Friday in Stoughton. Led by a defense which forced four turnovers and shutdown a potent Mansfield offense and thanks to four rushing touchdowns from fullback Frankie Morris, Stoughton (4-0) jumped out to a 25-0 lead and beat the Hornets (2-2) in a rain-soaked affair. Click here for a full recap. Foxborough 21, North Attleboro 0 Foxborough beat North Attleboro at home Friday night, for its first win in the series between the Hockomock rivals since 2009. On defense…
Sunday, September 23, 2012
A recap of Week 3 football action in the Hockomock League.
Through three weeks of the season, six teams are still undefeated - Stoughton, Oliver Ames and Sharon in the Davenport Division and King Philip, North Attleboro and Attleboro in the Kelly-Rex. In the Davenport, Oliver Ames has the highest scoring offense (100 points, through three weeks, including 86 in the last two) and Stoughton has the top defense (allowing just 20 points through three weeks, and just 7 in the last two). In the Kelly-Rex, Attleboro has the highest scoring offense (97 points in three games) and King Philip has the top defense (23 points allowed in three games). After three weeks of non-league play, league play for all teams, except King Philip, starts in week 4 (scroll to the bottom for the week 4 schedule). Week 3 Recap…
Sunday, September 16, 2012
A recap of Week 2 football action in the Hockomock League.
Hockomock League football teams continued their strong play in week 2, with nine of the league's 11 teams picking up wins. Eight teams have started the season 2-0 and one is 1-0. Week 3 schedule: Week 2 game recaps are below: Davenport Small Schools Division Stoughton 22, Taunton 0 In the only week 2 matchup between Hockomock League schools, Stoughton pitched a shutout on defense forcing six turnovers at Taunton Friday afternoon en route to a 22-0 win. Stoughton, now 2-0, recovered three fumbles (Aaron Mack and Joey Wilder), recorded three interceptions (Andrew Valle, Tim Porter and Malachi Baugh) and scored all 22 points off Taunton turnovers, including 16 in the fourth quarter. Frankie Morris scored on a five-yard run; Mack scored on a …
Sunday, September 9, 2012
A recap of Week 1 football action in the Hockomock League.
While the games don't count towards league standings, and have little impact on playoff eligibility, Hockomock League football teams got off to a hot start in week 1 of the high school football season, with all teams winning their respective openers with the exception of Taunton (Canton's game was suspended). Week 1 game recaps are below. Week 2 schedule - all games are Friday, September 14: Stoughton at Taunton; Oliver Ames at North Quincy; Attleboro at Dartmouth; Canton at Quincy; Foxboro at East Providence; Arlington Catholic at Franklin; King Philip at Medfield; North Attleboro at BC High; Sharon at Rockland; Needham at Mansfield. Davenport Small Schools Division Stoughton 28, Holliston 13 Stoughton traveled to Holliston Friday night …
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Nine Hockomock League players took part in the All Star game that saw the South beat the North, 15-12, at Gillette Stadium.
Taking part in a yearly tradition, nine players from the Hockomock League and Oliver Ames coach Jim Artz were named to the South All-Stars for the 2012 Shriners’ All-Star Football Classic Friday night. Raising money for charity, it was also a chance for some of the best players in the state to take part in one last game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. A close game to the end, the South All-Stars snuck past the North All-Stars, 15-12. The North team struck first midway though the second quarter when quarterback Jonathan DiBiaso found Kyle Shields for a three-yard touchdown pass to pull ahead of the South team 6-0. With the South down by a touchdown, it was the Hockomock League players that got the South back in the game. Responding …