Tuesday, September 13, 2011
The Stoneham High School boys' soccer team tallied a late goal to even the score against the Marauders of Belmont High on Sept. 10.
A header by Seamus Landers with 10 minutes remaining gave Stoneham High School a hard-earned 1-1 tie with host Belmont High on Saturday, Sept. 10. Landers' goal, assisted by a centering pass by Bradley Fagan, cancelled out a Christian Raymond strike in the first 10 minutes of the game that gave Belmont an early lead. Raymond's goal was assisted by James Cameron. In the second match of the season for both teams, Belmont (1-0-1) – which defeated Watertown, 3-1, earlier in the week – and Stoneham (0-1-1) each had opportunities to score as Stoneham had a clean break away and Belmont took several swipes at the ball inside the six meter box. But in each case, the goaltenders – Sam Bragg for Belmont and Stoneham's Devin McCarthy – came up big to …
The Stoneham High School girls' volleyball squad bested Belmont in three games Monday night at Stoneham High.
The Stoneham High School girls' volleyball team blanked Belmont 3-0 Monday night at Stoneham High, winning three games by a score of 25-16, 25-10, and 25-16. Check out our photo gallery for images from the match.
Sunday, May 15, 2011
The Stoneham High School softball squad picked up a pair of wins this week.
After beating Wakefield Memorial High School 15-5 on Tuesday in a rainy and windy Middlesex League match-up at Veteran’s Field, the Stoneham High softball team fell to Burlington 8-3 at home on Wednesday. Lynn Kozlowski and Holly Eicher (RBI) each contributed two hits apiece, while Gia Raczkowski (RBI), Nicolette DelVecchio (RBI) and Ariana Tuccelli tallied a hit in the loss to Burlington. On Thursday the Spartans (9-5) bounced back with a 16-4 win over Melrose, as Raczkowski powered the offense going 2-for-5 with five RBI and three runs scored. Eicher went 3-for-3 in the game and scored five runs, while DelVecchio and Tuccelli each drove in a pair. DelVecchio picked up the win in 5 2/3 innings of work. Stoneham hosts Lexington on …
Saturday, May 7, 2011
The Stoneham High School softball team won a pair of games this week, while both tennis teams failed to pick up a win.
With rain postponing two days of sports this week, it was a daunting task trying to find makeup dates for those games. But on the few days that the sun did shine, the Stoneham High School softball team made the most of its opportunity to take the field. The Spartans started the week off with a bang, beating visiting Reading Memorial High 5-4 Monday to improve to 5-2. The win proved to be the biggest of the year for Stoneham, who handed the Rockets their first loss of the season. Things looked bleak from the start, as Reading put up three runs against Stoneham pitcher Nicolette DelVecchio in the first. But the Spartans answered back with three runs of their own, followed by two more in the fifth. DelVecchio allowed just one more run on …
Thursday, April 28, 2011
The Stoneham High School baseball team lost to visiting Belmont High, 6-2, on Wednesday.
STONEHAM — The woes continue for the Stoneham High School baseball team, as the Spartans dropped a 6-2 decision to visiting Belmont High on Wednesday. Mike Andrews was tagged with the loss and Andrew Cann picked up a hit and scored one of the two runs tallied by the Spartans. Stoneham (1-6) is currently mired in a six-game losing streak. The Spartans next game is against Woburn (1-7) on Friday
The Stoneham High School softball team won its third consecutive game on Wednesday with an 8-1 win over visiting Belmont.
The Stoneham High School softball team won its third consecutive game on Wednesday with an 8-1 win over visiting Belmont High. Nicolette DelVecchio led the Spartans at the plate, going 2-for-3 with a walk, two RBI and three runs scored while Holly Eicher had a pair of hits and scored a run. Ariana Tuccelli and Gia Raczkowski each finished with a hit and a run scored as Stoneham racked up eight walks in the contest. Starter Stephanie Sweet spun a gem for the Spartans, giving up one run on five hits and striking out six in a complete game effort.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Check out Stoneham Patch photographer Mike Angelo's shots from the Stoneham High School basketball teams' games on Tuesday night against Lexington High.
STONEHAM — While the results were mixed Tuesday night for the Stoneham High School basketball teams, one thing is certain: Both teams played hard against visiting Lexington High. The Lady Spartans continue to dominate Middlesex League teams, beating Lexington, 52-45. Stoneham had four players tally at least 10 points in the contest, led by Vanessa Bramante's 14 markers. The girls' team currently sits in third place in the league standings at 12-2 and 14-2 overall. Meanwhile, the boys' basketball squad stumbled against Lexington, losing 67-52. The struggles continue for Stoneham (3-15 overall), which is tied with Belmont for last place in the division with a 2-12 record. Check out Stoneham Patch photographer Mike Angelo's images from the …
Sunday, January 30, 2011
The Watertown High School boys' basketball team defeats Stoneham High, 70-37, in Watertown Friday night.
WATERTOWN — The Stoneham High School boys' basketball team suffered another defeat Friday night in what has been a difficult season for the Spartans, losing handedly to Watertown High, 70-37, at Watertown High. Stoneham (3-11 overall; 2-9 in Middlesex League play) lost for the second time to Watertown this season and dropped both contests by a combined 73 points. The Spartans' first loss to the Raiders, 81-41, on Dec. 21. While Stoneham is tied with Belmont (2-9) for the worst record in Middlesex League games, Watertown is atop the standings with a 10-1 record. The Raiders, who boast an 11-1 overall record, remain undefeated at home after eight games. Stoneham Editor Mark Ouellette contributed to this report.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
The Stoneham High School girls' basketball team improved their record in Middlesex League play to 7-0 following their Tuesday night victory over the Belmont Marauders in Stoneham.
STONEHAM — It was just another day at the office for Spartans coach Angela Billings and the Stoneham High School girls' basketball squad, as they took care of business Tuesday night on their home floor by beating the Belmont Marauders, 64-38. The Spartans (7-0), who are 9-0 overall and 6-0 at home this season, and Marauders battled in the opening quarter. Stoneham held a five-point lead after the first, 13-8. Neither team had a particularly great night shooting the basketball, but the difference in the game was the second effort, second chance points the Spartans were able to generate. “I stressed offensive rebounding before the game and second chance points," Billings said. "I told them to pound the boards and good things will come of …
The Stoneham High School boys' basketball team defeated the Belmont Marauders, 62-49, Tuesday night in Stoneham.
STONEHAM — The Stoneham High School boys' basketball team quickly forgot the pounding they took by Lexington last Friday and proved they can win in the Middlesex League by defeating the Belmont Marauders, 62-49, Tuesday night on their home floor. The defensive intensity from the get-go was the story of the night for the Spartans. They were forcing turnovers early and often as well as not missing a beat on their rotations on the defensive end, taking the Marauders (2-5) out of their game mentally on the offensive end. “Our goal was to keep the ball out of their primary scorer’s hands and double the ball screens," said Spartans coach Paul Tanglis. "We played terrific defense and it really got us going early on." The Spartans and Marauders …