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Auditore Leads Walpole Rebels Past Needham Rockets

By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Walpole Rebels (1-1) and Needham Rockets (0-2) met under lights on Friday night at Turco Field in their annual Bay State Conference matchup. Led by stout defensive play and the lethal rushing attack of senior running back Ferry Armand, the Rebels prevailed 21-7 despite a late offensive push by Jared Sklar and Continue Reading

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Walpole girls soccer gets a big boost

There may not be a bigger win all year for the psyche of the Walpole High girls soccer team than Friday’s 1-0 triumph over Dedham.The Rebels were coming off a pair of particularly discouraging losses when the perennially strong Marauders arrived at Bird Middle School, getting blown out 7-0 by Brookline and surrendering a two-goal lead in the second half of a 4-3 defeat in Milton.But junior Libby Foley converted a penalty kick early […]

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Walpole Boys Soccer Remains Undefeated through Four Games

With the start of the new school year comes the start of  the season for Walpole Boys Soccer. Facing a challenging Newton North team in their season opener, the Rebels came out on top, 2-0, with goals from junior Kevin Sullivan and sophomore Patrick Sullivan. With the shutout victory, comes three things: two points and proof […]

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WALPOLE HIGH ROUNDUP: Porkers roll in first three

WALPOLE HIGH ROUNDUPField hockey unbeaten in first threeThe Porkers have started the season with a trio of impressive wins to get out of the gate at 3-0.Walpole’s most recent win was a 9-1 rout of Braintree on Monday. Mel Weber notched four goals to lead the way.The Porkers responded after an early Wellesley goal in the 4-1 win over the Raiders. Weber tied the game just before […]

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Walpole’s Weber leads Porkers past Wellesley

By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor In 2014, Wellesley ended Walpole’s season with a 1-0 victory in the state tournament, so the Porkers know to never take the Raiders lightly. On Friday, the Porkers (2-0) and the Raiders (1-1) met in Wellesley for their first of two meetings in 2016, with Walpole coming out on top 4-1. Despite being Continue Reading

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Walpole Football drops opener to Marblehead

By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Walpole High football team traveled to Marblehead on Friday evening to kick off their 2016 season in a non-conference match. The Rebels defense, which was led by senior defensive tackle Matt Rando and senior middle linebacker Zach Conrad, stepped up to the challenge and applied pressure on Magician quarterback, Drew Gally, throughout Continue Reading

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Walpole High School football to hold 50-50 for $50 raffle

The Walpole High School football team will hold a 50-50 for $50 raffle from 7 to 11 p.m. Oct. 22 at Finnegan’s Wake Back Room, 1034 East St., Walpole.Tickets will be available for purchase at all home games and at various locations around town, which will be posted at walpolehighfootball.com. There will be dancing and a cash bar at the drawing. If 100 tickets are sold, the winner will receive $2,500 and if 200 tickets are sold, the winner will receive $5,000. The winner is not […]

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Marblehead 27, Walpole 0: Disappearing act against Magicians in opener

Armed with a number of potent offensive weapons, including a pair of 1,000-yard tailbacks, the Walpole High football team was able to fend off an accomplished Marblehead squad in last year’s opener, 19-15. But in this season’s rematch at Piper Field on Friday night, the Magicians came away with a 27-0 blanking of the graduation-depleted Rebels.Deadlocked in a scoreless stalemate, Marblehead put up the season’s first points with a […]

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Porkers Start Season off Strong: Defeat Newton North 12-0

With a whistle and the start of the clock, Walpole Field Hockey kicked off its fall season; the Porkers defeated Newton North in their home opener, 12-0. The game took place on Wednesday, September 7 — a day that also saw the opening of many other Walpole sports seasons, such as both boys and girls […]

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Abra Cadabra

What’s more fun that the start of high school football season? Nothing, and we can’t wait for the Rebels to open the season against the Marblehead Magicians at SSgt. Christopher Piper Field, on Friday, September 9, 2016. 

Borrowing some lyrics from the old Steve Miller song, the Rebels Defense will be heard as they converge to sack the Magician quarterback time and time again: “Abra-abra-cadabra, I want to reach out and grab ya, Abra-abra-cadabra, Abracadabra” {Sorry, that’s really bad, even for this site!} Nevertheless, Coach Greener assesses the admittedly young Rebels this way, “These kids are going to hit you hard and leave it all out on the field.”

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Walpole’s Brothers Wagner making name in hockey

By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor While the Wagner family may be best known in Walpole for their success as adolescents in Little League baseball (2006 Miracle Padres, never forget), it is in the Wagner family blood to excel in athletics and more specifically in recent years, the game of hockey. The common tale of a young boy growing Continue Reading

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