Monday, January 7, 2013
Bits of knowledge to help make you the smartest person in your carpool.
Here are five pieces of information designed to get your week off to a flying start and to help make you the smartest person in the cafeteria. 1. Your Local Three-Day Weather Forecast: 2. Reader Comment of the Day: "Police, Fire, Schools, Business, and community. We can attract new residents with upgrading these 5 items. It was what brought me to this town 10 years ago." Reader Raymie Parker, commenting on the story, "What Should Be the Town of Stoneham's Top Priority in 2013?" 3. It's Happening Today: Take advantage of Group Lessons at Learn to Figure Skate Club! The program begins at 3 p.m. at the Stoneham Arena. It's FREE! Take a group lesson and learn to skate at the Learn to Figure Skate Club. Email Karen@learn2skate.org with …
Friday, June 29, 2012
The 15-year-old Stoneham High School student was awarded the Ruth Timpone Award for outstanding freshman female athlete for 2011-2012.
Stoneham Patch Whiz Kid of the Week Key to Awesomeness: When she was three years old, O’Connell started swimming lessons at the Melrose YMCA. At the age of 8, she joined the swim team at the Boys & Girls Club of Woburn. At 11 years old, she decided to take her swimming career to the next level by joining the Crimson Aquatics team in Andover where she currently swims. As an eighth grader, she swam on the girls' varsity swim team and broke four school individual records (100 butterfly, 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle and 200 IM and two relay records). She was an All-Star as an eighth grader. As a freshman, O’Connell was a Boston Globe All-Scholastic Award recipient in the 200-yard free style and placed first at the Division II state meet. She …
Saturday, January 15, 2011
The Stoneham High School girls' gymnastics squad fell to the Sachems, 130.6-121.4, Friday night at Stoneham High.
STONEHAM — The Stoneham High School girls' gymnastics team couldn't match up with the Sachems of Winchester, losing 130.6-121.4 Friday night at home. The Spartans lost all four categories they competed in during the competition, including vault (33.8-32.1), bars (29.7-25.6), balance beam (33.3-31.5) and the floor exercise, 33.8-32.2. The lone bright spot for Stoneham was the performance turned in by Sarah Muolo, who was the Spartans' leading scorer for all four events. Check out Stoneham Patch photographer Mike Angelo's photographs from the competition.
Friday, January 14, 2011
Curious what's going on in the Stoneham area? Check out our quick summary.
1. Back to school. After getting two days off, students of the Stoneham Public Schools, Greater Boston Academy and SEEM Collaborative will return to their respective classrooms as school resumes Friday. 2. Spartans vs Sachems. The Stoneham High School girls' varsity gymnastics team plays host to the Sachems of Winchester High at 4:30 p.m. 3. It's play time! The young company's Winter Festival 2011 production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical "Oklahoma!" begins at 7 p.m. at Stoneham Theatre, 395 Main St. For ticket information, contact the Box Office at 781-279-2200. 4. Skipping out of Stoneham? Then scope out musician Scott Damgaard at John Brewer's Tavern, 7 Highland Ave., in Malden. The time is still to be determined. There is also …
Monday, January 10, 2011
Are you a Stoneham High School sports fan? Then check out the upcoming sports schedule for the local teams.
Check out this week's slate of Stoneham High School games: Monday, Jan. 10 Tuesday, Jan. 11 Wednesday, Jan. 12 Thursday, Jan. 13 Friday, Jan. 14 Saturday, Jan. 15 Sunday, Jan. 16
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
The Stoneham High School girls' varsity gymnastics team narrowly loses to Wakefield, 116.1 to 115.9.
STONEHAM — The Stoneham High School girls' gymnastics team lost a heartbreaker to Wakefield Memorial Tuesday, losing by less than one point at home. The Spartans lost by just 0.2 points to the Warriors, 116.1-115.9. The victory was the first for Wakefield this season. Stoneham won the pole vault, 32.2-31.5 and floor exercise, 31-29.9, but lost in the bars (25.4-25.1) and the balance beam was where Wakefield gained the biggest edge, winning 29.3-27.6. Stoneham's Giovanna Lomartire tallied the highest marks in the vault, scoring an 8.4. Despite Lomartire's team-high 7.5 in the bars, Wakefield's Victoria Lee Ka edged out the best score in this category with a 7.6. While Lomartire was able to beat Ka for top score in the floor exercise, 8.7-8.…