There where significant storylines for both sides in Friday night’s regular season finale between the Walpole and Dedham football teams.The Rebels entered clinging to the eighth and final playoff spot in Division 2 South while the Marauders were playing their final official Bay State Conference contest before jumping to the Tri-Valley League next year.But it was Mother Nature that overshadowed everything as constant rain that at […]Continue reading »
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In 2013, Boys Basketball Coach David St. Martin started an inclusive fan section, dubbed the Brigade, to encourage students to support Walpole athletics. However, in 2015-2016, attendance and enthusiasm for the Brigade was at an all time low. The Brigade’s lack of involvement in the past few years is epitomized by its Twitter page’s massive […]Continue reading »
Walpole Field Hockey held their annual Senior Night game on the Turco turf against Dedham at Walpole High on Tuesday, October 18. The game started at 3:45 pm and ended in a 10-0 win for the Porkers. The Porkers improved their current record to 13-0-2 and will play away at Natick at 3:45 pm on October […]Continue reading »
WALPOLE HIGH ROUNDUPGolf closes strong to grab berthThe Rebels closed the regular season with three straight wins to finish at 7-4-1 and sew up a spot in the Division 2 South Shore sectional.Walpole denied rival Norwood a postseason berth on Monday with a 122-109 victory at Norwood Country Club in both team’s dual meet finale. Kyle Poli and Jackson Wohler were each 2-under to score 20 points […]Continue reading »
For years, every championship team in Walpole has had their place on the walls of the gym; however, this year, Athletic Director Ron Dowd led an effort to take down and replace each banner. Dowd originally took down the banners to allow the walls of the gym to be repainted. The walls remain white, except […]
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For the first time at Walpole High School, new Athletic Trainer Rory Fawcett is a directly paid member of the faculty. With over 800 student athletes and 26 varsity sports, Walpole High School has many of athletic needs. This year, new Athletic Trainer Rory Fawcett is here to take on these needs. “There are […]
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In one of the biggest trials of their season, the Porkers defeated Andover, a non-league opponent, 2-1. For the past three seasons, the Porkers have not been able to defeat the Golden Warriors — suffering a loss last year, 4-0, and two ties in the two previous years. However, on Monday, October 10, despite the history […]
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If defense alone could win football games, the Walpole High football team might have a few more wins to their credit as the season winds toward the playoffs.Facing Natick Friday night at Memorial Field, the Rebels shut down their usually explosive oppo…Continue reading »
The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey U18A team defended its 2015 district title and earned another trip to the state tournament by knocking off Westwood, 1-0, in the District 3 U19 Tier III championship game Wednesday night at the Foxboro Sports Center…Continue reading »
WALPOLE HIGH ROUNDUPVolleyball adds two more to streakThe Rebels winning streak reached eight with two more victories last week over Framingham and Wellesley. Walpole improved to 8-3 overall and 7-3 in Bay State Conference play, a half-game behind Norw…Continue reading »
Even though his squad entered the Bay State Conference championship match at Spring Valley Country Club in Sharon last Wednesday with a .500 record in BSC play, first-year Walpole varsity golf coach Mark-Ryan Mello was gunning for victory.”I thought we could easily win the whole thing,” said Mello, “because my top three guys are really talented, and that’s all that scores in the match.”The Rebels almost pulled it off, […]Continue reading »
Often times, the biggest challenge that the Walpole High field hockey team faces during the regular season is keeping focus as they steamroll toward another Bay State Conference Herget Division title.But Saturday morning provided a true litmus test for…Continue reading »
By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Following a tough 1-3 start to the 2016 season, the Walpole Rebels have rebounded with two hard-fought and competitive games against Bay State Conference rivals Wellesley (10-7 loss) and Norwood (14-0 win). In Walpole’s 14-0 victory over Norwood on the first of October, Barry Greener’s bunch showed the ability to play lockdown defense Continue ReadingContinue reading »
Following a 1-0 September win by Walpole at Sprague Field in Wellesley, the Wellesley High varsity boys soccer team traveled to Walpole to face the undefeated Rebels (8-0-2) on Wednesday evening at Bird Middle School. After a tough 0-3 start to the season, the Raiders (3-5-2) have since rebounded, earning at least a point in five of their next seven Continue ReadingContinue reading »
Almost halfway through the fall sports season, Walpole Volleyball is off to a 6-3 start to the 2016 season. After losing three straight games to begin the season, the Rebels have caught fire and won six straight matches. At the helm of this year’s team are senior captains Abby Hile, Andrea Traietti and […]
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The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey Pee Wee B2 team avenged a previous loss by beating the Worcester Sharks, 1-0, to win Franklin Youth Hockey’s 14th Annual Dusty Lardin Tournament Sunday night at Franklin Veterans Arena.
KPW opened with an 8-3 win over Franklin, then followed with a 5-2 loss to Worcester before setting up a title game rematch by beating North Attleboro, 6-5. The Sharks had scored 27 goals in their three pool games, but KPW blanked them to capture the tournament championship.
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On June 20, 2015, Sarah Tierney, then a freshman, stepped up to the starting line at New Balance Outdoor Nationals Track Meet to race the third leg of the 4x800m relay. Four months later, the freshman standout was sidelined with a lingering ankle injury that left her out of competition for the majority of […]Continue reading »
The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey Squirt B2 Red team captured the squirt championship at Franklin Youth Hockey’s 14th Annual Dusty Lardin Tournament Sunday night at Franklin Veterans Arena.
The Squirt B2 Reds earned a spot in the final by sweeping round robin play with victories over Franklin 3 (3-1), the Providence Junior Bears (6-0) and the North Attleboro Devils (6-1). KPW captured the tournament title by posting a shutout 6-0 victory over the Providence Junior Bears once again.
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For nearly two decades, Turco Field at Walpole High had been a house of horrors for the Wellesley football team. Even though the Raiders have upended their Bay State Conference rivals in recent years — including a 7-6 win at home last season — Wellesley entered Friday night searching for its first victory in Walpole since 1998.It wasn’t easy, but the Raiders are going home with a win after an interception by senior Scott Westerman […]Continue reading »