Wednesday, May 22, 2013
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This is the place to find the latest scores and schedules for all of Sharon High School's varsity programs this spring. Add a result or recap in the comments section below! 2013 Sharon High School Spring Athletic Schedules and Results BASEBALL May 10 SOFTBALL GIRLS LACROSSE 19-7 L BOYS TRACK GIRLS TRACK BOYS TENNIS 4-1 W May 22 May 23 vs. Bishop Feehan Milford 3:45 p.m. 3:45 p.m. GIRLS TENNIS SAILING vs. Manchester-Essex vs. Winchester vs. Buckingham, Brown & Nichols 4-1, L 4-1, W 3-1, W vs. Duxbury vs. Barnstable (For more on the Hockomock League teams, go to hockomocksports.com.)
Monday, May 20, 2013
On May 19, the Sharon Eagles ran at the Hockomock League Championship Meet at North Attleboro High School.
Last weekend, the Sharon Eagles took part in the Hockomock League Track and Field Championship Meet and earned some high finishes to start the postseaon. The boys finished in fourth place out of 12 teams while the girls took 11th place. Simon Max finished second in the javelin (170-04), losing on a tie breaker to North Attleboro’s Austin Renzi. James Gildersleeve also earned a second place finish in the 400 (51.43), Brian Mukasa finished in third in the high jump (6-02) and Jared Fogel took third in the 400 hurdles (59.63). Evantz Elisma’s 24.15 was good enough for fifth in the 200. In the girls’ meet, Katie Lowerre finished fifth in the 800 (2:29.21), Caroline Sun took seventh in the mile (5:27.83), and Rita Kushner jumped 5-2 in the …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
"It's going to be a hand full," Sharon head coach Bruce Jackman said.
The Sharon High boys' basketball team will face Scituate Tuesday in the Division 2 South Sectional semifinals at Taunton High at 7 p.m. Scituate is the top-seeded team in the South and finished the regular season 17-3. In the last round, Sharon beat Quincy, 78-61, while Scituate beat Hingham, 72-51. The winner will be moving on to the Division 2 South Sectional finals, Saturday at UMass-Boston against the winner of the Milton/Wellesley game.
Saturday, March 2, 2013
The Eagles were led by junior guard Brian Mukasa who had a game-high 23 points.
Sharon boys varsity basketball team beat Quincy Saturday, 78-61, in front of a raucous home crowd and will move on to the Div. 2 South Sectional semi-final. The Eagles relied on strong defense, forcing turnovers and pestering Quincy's shooters throughout the game. They also relied on junior guard Brian Mukasa who led the team with 23 points and was a tough match-up for Quincy defenders. Both teams battled hard in the first half with Quincy leading at halftime, 40-33, after holding the Eagles to only 8 points in the second quarter. At the half, Sharon head coach Bruce Jackman made defensive adjustments that led to the Eagles allowing only 21 points the rest of the game, including holding Quincy to 8 points in the fourth quarter. "We changed…
Monday, February 11, 2013
Several local and state officials welcomed the team and Head Coach Dave Morse last week.
Monday, February 11
Editor's Note: The following was submitted to Sharon Patch by the Office of Representative Louis L. Kafka. State Rep. Louis L. Kafka (D-Stoughton), along with his colleagues Sen. James E. Timilty (D-Walpole) and Brian A. Joyce (D-Milton), welcomed the Division Three Eastern Massachusetts Super Bowl Champion Sharon High Eagles Football Team to the State House on Thursday, Feb. 7. The Eagles were given a tour of the State House before posing for a picture on the Grand Staircase. “I’m glad we could have the team up here to be recognized by the Legislature,” said Kafka in a statement. “These young men stirred up an exceptional amount of community pride through their achievements, both on and off the field.” Added Timilty in a statement, “This…
Friday, January 11, 2013
The girls won Tuesday night's meet over Milford, 92-78 and the boys 102-68 in what was considered one of the most exciting meets all season.
Friday, January 11
Editor's Note: The following was submitted to Sharon Patch by the Sharon High School swim team head coach, Jenn Iverson. Sharon High School Swimming & Diving has continued to improve their records with wins for the girls against Stoughton and Milford and the boys against Franklin, Stoughton and Milford. Tuesday night's meet against Milford was one of the most exciting meets we've had all season with lots of really close races. The girls won 92-78 and the boys 102-68. For the girls it was a come-from-behind victory, trailing by as much as 14 points until the final three races. We were out-touched in many of our first few races, loosing key points to second, third and fourth place finishes. The girls fought back though and started making …
Sunday, December 30, 2012
Both squads have taken victories away from recent meets against Taunton and King Philip.
Sunday, December 30, 2012
Editor's Note: The following was submitted to Sharon Patch by the Sharon High School swim team head coach, Jenn Iverson. The swim team has really started the season out with a bang, both boys and girls winning their first two meets against Taunton and King Philip. The King Philip meet was certainly a highlight and really shined some light on how the rest of the season could go for us. King Philip is a strong team with some great swimmers and we went into the meet ready to race. The kids really pulled through and had some standout swims. On the girls side we started the meet off with our 200 medley relay team of Ally Dunlap, Tabitha May, Julia Cox and Alex Arnoff qualifying for states with a time of 2:06.80. Liza Krause had two state …
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
It was a breaking year for the Sharon Eagles varsity football squad. Would you put this as the biggest achievement of 2012 in Sharon sports?
On Saturday, Dec. 1, the Sharon Eagles achieved their first Division 3 Super Bowl victory, a feat that also led to recognition of the team's head coach, Dave Morse But it's not all about football in 2012. Sharon is home to a wide-variety of sports teams, all filled with enthusiastic and talented athletes. Other highlights from this year include Sharon's Sara Gildersleeve setting a Connecticut College school record, sailors winning a final regatta, the Sharon girls U12 'A' soccer team winning the D2 South Shore title, and highlights from The 2012 Sharon Triathlon. among others. Most recently, the Sharon Eagles won their first meet of the 2012 season. That said, what would you say were the standout sports moments of 2012 in Sharon? Was the…
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Articles that were voted down Monday night circled around the Citizens United Supreme Court decision, the use of dental amalgam and granting special permit authority to the Sharon Planning Board in Sharon Center and the Wilbur School District.
Monday night's Special Town Meeting at Sharon High School covered a wide array of topics including zoning issues, simplifying some of the language in the bylaws, and how to best repair Sharon High School's running track. Some issues raised during the nearly four-hour meeting called into question the very purview of Town Meeting, like a warrant centered around the controversial Citizens United Supreme Court decision. Sharon resident Paul Lauenstein urged voters at the meeting to join more than 70 other Massachusetts communities in sending a resolution to the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the ruling that granted corporations the same constitutional rights as people and decided that campaign contributions are a form a free speech, allowing …
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Called one of the best story lines of the football season, the Sharon Eagles are now one game away from winning their first Super Bowl title ever.
When Dave Morse was hired as the Sharon football head coach in 2011, the logic was that the program had nothing to lose by hiring the youngest head football coach in Massachusetts after winning one game in 2010. Two seasons later the Eagles proved that not only could they win a game (or nine) but also that they could win the Division 3 Super Bowl when they face the Wayland Warriors at Bentley University at 10 a.m. today. For Sharon it comes down to cracking a Wayland defense that has not give up many points this year. With that being said, Sharon has made it a habit of finding ways to beat talented and bigger defenses all season. As he has all season, Sean Asnes is going to be a big part of the offense. He however, can’t do it alone. The …