Friday, January 11, 2013
Bits of knowledge to help make you the smartest person working for the weekend.
Here are 5 pieces of information designed to get your weekend started just a bit early and to help make you the smartest person on your team. 1. Your 3-Day Weekend Local Weather Forecast: 2. It's Happening Today: Are you a fan of adult beverages? Are you at least 21? Then you might want to check out the Beer Tasting at Redstone Liquors, 109 Main St, Stoneham. It starts at 4 p.m. and it is free. 3. Reader Comment of the Day: "Like anything else, a ban would only work if there was enforcement. Many town codes and laws, especially regarding traffic are not routinely enforced adequately. Crosswalks are not a safe place to be. Sidewalks are considered private parking spaces. Stop signs are just a suggestion. Speed limits are not routinely …
Saturday, October 13, 2012
The Stoneham High School football team plays host to Watertown at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Stoneham High football field. The Spartans (5-0) will try to win their sixth consecutive game to open the season.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Boys' basketball and Spartan soccer school are some of the summer clinics offered at the high school.
Two sports programs for children get underway in August, according to the Colonial Park Elementary School website. The Stoneham Spartans boys' basketball summer clinic, led by Stoneham High School boys' basketball coach Paul Tanglis, runs from Aug. 6-9 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the high school gym. The program is for boys entering grades 3-9, according to the website. The aim of the program is to teach students teamwork, good sportsmanship and character, according to the website. Students will learn the fundamental offensive and defensive skills it takes to become a well-rounded basketball player. Typical Schedule To participate in the program, students must submit a completed consent and medical release form and a check for $180 to: Stoneham …
Friday, July 27, 2012
Carucci was captain of football team and qualified for the State meet in both indoor and outdoor track. He played in the Agganis All-star game and his team won 26-25.
Stoneham Patch Whiz Kid of the Week Key to Awesomeness: Carucci played every position on the defensive line for the Spartans last fall, as well as right guard while the team was on offense. During the Agganis game, Carucci played right offensive tackle and long snapper. “To play in the 2012 Agganis All-Star Game was a huge honor and an amazing experience to play with the best kids in the state,” Carucci said. “Hearing my name being announced in front of hundreds of people was inspiring and I was awe-struck at how far I had come in just three years of playing football. It was a great game and winning 26-25 made it that much more enjoyable, especially with 20 of my closest friends and family in the stands.” Carucci admitted that he was …
Thursday, June 7, 2012
This mural can be found at Stoneham High School.
Our Photo of the Day is of the "Spartan Country" mural found at Stoneham High School. As much as we enjoy posting photographs we've captured in Stoneham, we'd love to feature your photos on the website. Got a great photo captured in Stoneham? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload it to our Pics & Clips community photo gallery for future Photo of the Day consideration.
Sunday, June 3, 2012
The Stoneham High School baseball team was narrowly defeated by Lynnfield High 2-1 Sunday afternoon in Lynnfield. The Spartans were eliminated from the playoffs.
The No. 16-ranked Stoneham High School baseball team was narrowly defeated by top-ranked Lynnfield High 2-1 Sunday afternoon in Lynnfield. The Spartans were eliminated from the playoffs. Stoneham entered the tournament with a record of 9-11 before going 1-1 in the playoffs. Earlier this week the Spartans defeated Madison Park in the preliminary round of the tournament before falling to Lynnfield High School on the road. Stoneham's game against Lynnfield that was originally scheduled for Saturday at 1 p.m. in Lynnfield was postponed to Sunday at 1 p.m. due to rain.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Stoneham High School baseball captains Kevin Young and Andrew Cann talk about the turnaround the team had in the second half of the season and the momentum the team has heading into the tournament.
The Stoneham High School baseball team got off to a rough 3-11 start to the 2012 campaign, but after a six-game winning streak to end the season, the Spartans have clinched a berth in the MIAA state tournament with a 9-11 record after beating Bedford 6-0 to win the Woburn Holiday Tournament Sunday afternoon. Captain Kevin Young admitted that it is a great feeling to know the team finished the season on such a high note. “Our winning streak came at the best possible time and we are playing our best baseball right when it matters most,” Young said. Young said that the team has been on a role as of late because they have finally figured out how to win. “Early on in the season we weren't playing as a team and (were) somewhat selfish,” Young …
Seniors Jessica Anthony and Colleen O'Quinn recall their most memorable moments from the softball season.
The Stoneham High School softball team may have finished with a losing record, but even though it was a tough year, third baseman Jessica Anthony took away some of the good aspects from the season. “With some girls who had never played at the varsity level before it got their feet wet for next year,” Anthony said. “(We) learned real fast that even if you are not the best team in the league and (don't) win every game, you can still have fun. Sometimes winning isn’t everything.” Anthony discussed the challenges of the season that led to the team's 5-15 record. “If you look at how the games went there was just one inning that made us lose every game,” Anthony said. “There would just be mental errors that caused extra outs which lead to more …
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Of the 16 Middlesex League All-Stars selected for the spring track season, nine of them were selected from Stoneham High school.
Middlesex League All-Stars were selected this week for boys' track, and nine of the 16 athletes chosen are from Stoneham High School. Nine Spartans were selected for eight different spring track events, including: DeAngelo, Aidonidis and Young, senior captains for the Spartans, were proud of their accomplishments given the hard work they put in during the season. For DeAngelo, it was the second time he's received the honor. “It means a lot to me to be an All-Star in my final season at SHS,” DeAngelo said. “I was an All-Star last spring as well, but it doesn’t seem as special as this knowing it is my last season.” DeAngelo said he took away many things from this season, including adjusting to a new coaching staff. “If you listen to your …
Friday, April 27, 2012
The 18-year-old Stoneham High School softball player pitches regularly for the team.
Stoneham Patch Whiz Kid of the Week Key to Awesomeness: The lady Spartans (2-5 overall; 1-2 division) may be off to a slow start this season, but Sweet is proving why she is one of the top pitchers in the Middlesex League Small Division. “I attribute my success to my many coaches, teammates and my parents,” Sweet said. “Without them, I wouldn't be the player I am today. During the off-season, I work hard pitching weekly with my pitching coach.” Currently, Sweet is working on her pitching form during practice and even during her starts for the Spartans. “I want to improve on hitting my spots consistently and being able to do every pitch the way it’s designed to go,” Sweet said. “It takes a lot of work and effort to make every pitch almost …