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 …
Sharon Patch will be providing live coverage of the Sharon-Wayland Division 3 Super Bowl Saturday on Cover It Live.
If you can't make it to Saturday's Division 3 Super Bowl game at Bentley University in Waltham, don't worry. Sharon Patch will be using its Cover It Live blog to follow all of the action as the Sharon Eagles face Wayland at 10 a.m. Don't forget you can also take us to the game and follow along. Sharon Patch will start its coverage Saturday at 10 a.m. Make sure you check in with us and share your thoughts on the game. This has been a historic season for the Eagles, who are making their first Super Bowl appearance after beating Pembroke in the playoffs. Wayland defeated Westwood to get to Saturday's game.
The Sharon High football team will be playing in their first Super Bowl game against Wayland at Bentley University today at 10 a.m.
When the Sharon High football team takes to the field against Wayland Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Division 3 Super Bowl at Bentley University, the Eagles will be making more history, in what has already been a historic year for the program. Sharon, who won the Hockomock League's Davenport Division, then beat Pembroke in the Division 3 playoffs, is now on the verge of bringing home their first Super Bowl title. All the Eagles have to do in beat Wayland and head coach Dave Morse and his team's journey from the bottom to the top is completed. Things were so bad for the Eagles in the past that could just manage one win seasons for several years. The Eagles even left the Hockomock League at one point to be to be an independent team to build up…