Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The final meet for the season is against Canton Wednesday at the Canton regional pool at 3 p.m.
Wednesday, January 23
Editor's Note: The following was submitted to Sharon Patch by the Sharon High School swim team head coach, Jenn Iverson. Girls: Sharon 99, Hingham 83 Highlights: Liza Krause and Caroline Sun had a 1-2 finish in the 200 free with Caroline out-touching Hingham's swimmer and swimming a personal best time. Tabitha May won a close 200 IM race out-touching her opponent by .19 seconds. We also had strong first place finishes from Alex Arnoff in the 50 free, Liza Krause in the 100 fly, Ally Dunlap in the 500 free and Tabitha May in the 100 breast. 100 breast swimmers Tabitha May, Carly Krause and Christine LaHive finished the meet up sweeping the Hingham swimmers with 1-2-3 finishes. Boys: Sharon 86, Hingham 66 Highlights: Boys continuing to …
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The swimmers are looking to head into their final two meets as a healthier team and finish the season strong.
Tuesday, January 22
Editor's Note: The following was submitted to Sharon Patch by the Sharon High School swim team head coach, Jenn Iverson. The Sharon High School Swimming and Diving Team is looking to finish the season strong. Last week, the boys took wins over Foxborough and Oliver Ames. The girls beat Foxboro and lost a suspenseful meet against Oliver Ames by four points. Our meets against OA are always exciting and never a boring race. Friday's meet was nothing less. Our boys swam a strong meet taking first place in nine out of 11 events, and 1-2 finishes in six of those nine. On the girls side, we were just out-touched too many times. There were close races from one side of the pool to the other. The kids were into it and the atmosphere was never stale…
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 …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The Eagles came out victorious against Holbrook on Saturday with a win of 309-156.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Editor's Note: The following was submitted to Sharon Patch by Sara Barbera, head coach of the Sharon Sea Eagles Swim Team. The Sharon Sea Eagles Swim Team continued its unbeaten streak with a win Saturday against Holbrook, 309 to 156. Due to the size of both teams, only three events were completed before the meet was called. Many swimmers contributed to the big win; the following swimmers won all three of their events: Nicky Wang (9&10 Boys), Eugene Oh (11&12 Boys) and Tabitha May (13&14 Girls). The following individuals narrowly missed sweeps, winning two of their three events: Alexis Maron (8&U Girls), Emily Zhou (11&12 Girls), Jason Hertz (13&14 Boys) and Christine Lahive (15&O Girls). Many personal bests were set, and the …
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Check out the Sharon Patch Scoreboard daily. Submit your scores and results, too.
The Sharon Patch scoreboard is a daily feature. Check here for the day's Sharon schedule and results. Sunday's scoreboard will include the upcoming week's schedule. The teams listed are from unless otherwise noted. Town sports leaders and coaches are invited to submit their results to Editor Michael Gelbwasser at Michael.Gelbwasser@patch.com. To learn if an event is cancelled due to inclement weather, call the high school sports cancellation hotline at 781-784-1554, ext. 7088. For a full list of schedules and other forms/information, visit the Eagles Athletics website at: http://hs.sharon.k12.ma.us/pages/Sharon_High_School/FACULTY_AND_STAFF/Athletics. Tuesday: Monday: Sunday: Saturday: No games scheduled Friday: No games scheduled Thursday…
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Whiz Kids is a feature that highlights the accomplishments of local kids. This week, we honor Sharon Middle School eighth-grader Tabitha May, who swims for two teams and is in her second year as a Sharon Sea Eagles lane coach.
Each week, Sharon Patch will seek suggestions from readers for individual kids, youth groups, teens, and even sports teams that wow us with their accomplishments. We want to hear about these amazing children and teens and select one each week as the Patch Whiz Kid. Submit your nomination in our comment box below or e-mail the information to Michael.Gelbwasser@patch.com. Here's our story on this week's Whiz Kid: Tabitha May, 13, Sharon Eighth-grader at Sharon Middle School Whiz Kid’s Accomplishment: When Tabitha May isn't swimming competitively, she sees herself reflected in the pool. The Sharon Middle School eighth-grader swims for the Sharon Sea Eagles, as well as the Attleboro Bluefish USA Gold Medal Swimming Club. She also is in her …
Saturday, February 11, 2012
The swimmers are 5-0 this season.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
The Sharon Sea Eagles head into their final regular-season meet 5-0. The swimmers defeated Cambridge, 413 to 280, at Cambridge's War Memorial Pool last Sunday. The Sea Eagles' final regular-season dual meet is Saturday, March 3 against Canton at Quincy Pool. -- submitted by Maura Davis McAuliffe
Sunday, January 22, 2012
Eagles win both meets after final relay.
The Sharon High School boys and girls swimming teams swept Oliver Ames on Friday -- meets which both hinged on the final relay, Eagles head coach Jennifer Iverson said. Sharon won the girls meet, 99-89, and the boys meet, 85-84. The Eagles led the girls meet by six points, and the boys trailed by a point, entering the final relay, Iverson said. For the Sharon girls, the 200 medley team of senior Tana Bao, junior Carly Krause, freshman Liza Krause and sophomore Alex Arnoff finished in a state-qualifying 2:02.92 -- nearly three seconds better than its prior best, Iverson said. "We've now qualified all three relays for states, which is exciting since last year we didn't have any girls go to states," she said. Bao also qualified for the states…
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Sharon teams sweep Canton Wednesday night.
Freshman Liza Krause qualified for the sectional and the state meets individually and as part of a relay team as the Sharon High School girls swimming team defeated Canton, 90-80, Wednesday night. Sharon also won the boys meet, 95-69. Krause qualified for the post-season meets in the 100 fly, in 1:05.33, 3 seconds faster than her previous personal best, Sharon head coach Jennifer Iverson said today. The 400 free relay team of senior Tana Bao, Krause, sophomore Alex Arnoff and junior Christine LaHive also qualified for both post-season meets, winning their event Wednesday night at Randolph in 4:09.57. Also winning for the Eagles were: the 200 medley relay team of Bao, junior Carly Krause, Liza Krause and Arnoff, in 2:05.70; Bao, the 200 …