Saturday, December 15, 2012
A look at what is happening around the region this week.
Norton Parents Get Special Delivery on 12/12/12 When Erin Fisher went into labor Dec. 12, she expected it to go well into the next day. Newborn Wesley Scott Fisher was determined to make his birthday an extra special day, however, arriving at exactly 12:12 p.m. Dec. 12, 2012. “We are both doing very well and are going home today,” Erin said. She has lived in Norton for the past five years with her husband Scott. Wesley, named after Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker, was born at 6 lbs., 8 oz. at Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro. To read more, click here. *** Stoughton Couple Gets Married at 12:12 p.m. on 12/12/12 Joseph Fisher and Nicholas Blanco shouldn't have any trouble remembering their wedding anniversary - the Fisher-Blanco …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
With the well-deserved honors the Eagles are receiving, Sharon High head football coach Dave Morse has been pretty busy since the season ended.
Dave Morse hasn't really had time to reflect on his Sharon High football team winning the Division 3 Super Bowl over Wayland Dec. 1. That's because in the 12 days since the final time clicked off the clock for the Eagles' first title, Morse has on a whirlwind tour. There have been the tasks of getting the team ready for the off season, preparing for the 2013 season and accepting all the honors that come with being a Super Bowl champion. "As soon as the season is over, we wanted to get into the weight room," he said. "We're also looking changing positions and organizing so we can get onto next year." The Eagles have had their team banquet, received all-stars honors, including Morse being named as the Boston Globe's Division 3 Coach of the …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
NFL Hall of Famer Andre Tippett, a Sharon resident, presented Sharon High head coach Dave Morse with the New England Patriots High School Coach of the Year award.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Sharon High School’s Dave Morse has been named the New England Patriots High School Coach of the Year in recognition of his team’s EMass Division 3 Super Bowl victory over Wayland, 12-3, on Saturday, Dec. 1. In just his second season at Sharon High School, Morse led the Eagles to the school’s first Davenport Division title, first Super Bowl appearance and first Super Bowl championship. Sharon High had won seven total games in seven seasons before hiring Morse, the youngest football coach in Massachusetts at the time. The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation will donate $2,000 to Sharon’s football program in Morse’s name in recognition of his Coach of the Year selection. Patriots and Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Andre Tippett…
The Sharon Health Department won't be holding blood pressure clinics Dec. 26-28.
1. It's going to feel a little bit more like December today in Sharon. It will be sunny with a high 39 and low of 26. 2. Mark this on your calendar. There will be no blood pressure clinics at the Sharon Health Department, Dec. 26, 27 and 28. If you need immediate assistance, please go next door to the Sharon Fire Department. 3. The Sharon School Committee will also discuss FY 2014 preliminary budget requests in its meeting this week, which takes place on Wednesday, Dec. 12. 4. Congratulations to Dave Morse, the Sharon High football coach, for being named as the New England Patriots High School Coach of the Year. He was presented the award Tuesday morning at Sharon High School by former New England Patriot linebacker and National League …
Friday, December 7, 2012
Pre-K story time at the Sharon Public Library today; railroad passes sold out.
1. Time for Pre-K Story Time at Sharon Public Library from 1:30-2:15 p.m. today. There will be story time and craft time for ages 4-5. Preregistraton is required. Contact Danielle Margarida at 784-1578 ext. 1432. 2. The Sharon High boys' basketball team will be scrimmaging West Roxbury Sunday at 1 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. 3. Quarterly railroad parking passes for Jan. 1 through March 31, 2013, have been sold out, according to the town's website after going on sale Thursday. 4. If you missed it, check out the big news this week in Sharon. The Sharon High football team made history Saturday by winning its first title, capturing the Division 3 Super Bowl. Get the full roundup of news leading up to the Super Bowl right here. In …
The Sharon High football team is ranked in both the Boston Globe and the ESPN-Boston polls.
Friday, December 7, 2012
The Sharon High football team earned top 25 spots in both the Boston Globe and ESPN-Boston football ranking. In the Globe/Boston.com Top 100, the Eagles (10-3) are No. 20 list. Both Mansfield (8-5) and King Philip (10-1) in the Hockomock League's Kelley-Rex Division are ranked higher than the Eagles, who won the Davenport Division. King Philip, who was second in the Kelley-Rex Division and didn't make the postseason, was in the 12th spot. Mansfield, who won the Kelley-Rex Division and lost to Reading in the Division 2 Super Bowl, are rated 16. Everett is the No. 1 after going 11-1 during the year. In the ESPN-Boston Poll, the Eagles are 21st ranked team, right behind King Philip at 20. Mansfield moved up to the 12th spot. Like they were …
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Sharon High linebacker Brad Schiff was named to the ESPN-Boston MIAA All State team.
Another day, another honor for Sharon High football as linebacker Brad Schiff was named to the ESPN-Boston MIAA All-State Team. Schiff helped led the Eagles to the Division 3 Super Bowl title and was named as the Hockomock League Defensive MVP The 5-7, 155-pound was a defensive demon with 154 tackles this year and 320 for his career. Read more about the team at ESPN-Boston, http://espn.go.com/blog/boston/high-school
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The Eagles were left out of the Boston Herald and ESPN-Boston final football polls, despite winning the Super Bowl.
The Sharon High football team might have won the Division 3 Super Bowl title and the Hockomock League's Davenport Division, but the Eagles didn't crack the Boston Herald's Sweet-16 or the ESPN-Boston's final 25. Two Sharon players, Sean Asnes and Tobenna Modebelu, were honored as stars of the week by the Boston Herald. Asnes scored a touchdown in the Eagles' 12-3 win over Wayland in the Division 3 Super Bowl Saturday, while carrying the ball 17 times for 123-yards. Modebelu recovered a fumble that lead to Asnes' game-winning four-yard touchdown run in the Eagles' 7-6 win over Pembroke in the playoffs. Read about the Eagles' Super Bowl win in the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald. http://bostonherald.com/sports/high_school/football/…
Saturday, December 1, 2012
The Sharon High football team was greeted by an adoring crowd and police escort after their 12-3 win over Wayland Saturday.
A crowd of families and friends waited in the cold and light snow at Sharon High Saturday afternoon to get the new Division 3 Super Bowl champions. While, the title was only a couple of hours old when the Eagles, led by a Sharon police escort, pulled behind the high school gym to cheers from the families. Head coach Dave Morse was the first off the bus, clutching the MIAA Division 3 Super Bowl trophy. As each player made their way down the bus stairs, the coach hugged them and called them Super Bowl champions. This was the Eagles' first title in football and there will be a new banner going up in the gym for them.
The Sharon High football team played for the first time in the Division 3 Super Bowl against Wayland Saturday at Bentley University in Waltham. The Eagles posted a 12-3 win over Wayland.
From worst to first, the Sharon High football team completed their historic 2012 ride by beating Wayland, 12-3, in the Division 3 Super Bowl at Bentley Univeristy Saturday. A strong defensive, by an interception by Brad Schiff, and two touchdowns by Sean Asnes, led the Eagles to their first title. On the opening kickoff of the second half, Asnes flew by the Wayland kickoff team for an 82-yard touchdown and a 12-0 lead at 9:40 mark of the third quarter. Before the quarter ended, Wayland ended the shutout with a 30-yard field by Eric MacLean. Sharon was called for roughing the kicker on the play, but the penalty was given on the kickoff. Before the first half ended, Asnes caught a three-yard touchdown pass from Sean O'Neil on a third down …