Thursday, November 22, 2012
Reading beat Stoneham 41-14 on Thursday in Stoneham.
The Stoneham High School football team was defeated by Reading Memorial 41-14 on Thanksgiving Day in Stoneham, according to a Twitter report. Twitter user @CHERRYINGTON tweeted: "Reading 41 Stoneham 14." Keep up with Stoneham news by following Stoneham Patch on Facebook and Twitter, or sign-up for our email newsletters. Did you attend the game and take photos? Upload them to this post, and please make sure to provide the photographer's name and a full-sentence caption for each photo submitted. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Let us know who you think will win the Thanksgiving Day game by posting a comment below.
The Stoneham High School football team will do battle with Reading Memorial High School on Thursday at 10:15 a.m. at the Stoneham High School football field, but we want to know: Who will win the Thanksgiving Day game? Will the Stoneham Spartans or the Reading Rockets be the victor in the Thanksgiving Day tilt on the gridiron? Let us know by posting a comment below. [Editor's note: This article is cross-posted on Stoneham Patch and Reading Patch.]
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
This Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 24 at 10:15 a.m. in Reading, the Stoneham Spartans will be taking on the Reading Rockets in the classic Thanksgiving Day game.
The rivalry continues this Thanksgiving as the Stoneham High School Spartans take on the Reading Rockets in the annual Thanksgiving Day Football game taking place at 10:15 a.m. at Reading Memorial High School, 62 Oakland Road. This game marks the 94th meeting between the two teams, the Thanksgiving Day Game being played every year since 1923. The record now stands at 61-24-8 in favor of Reading. If you are going to be at the game, Patch would love to see your pictures and hear your comments on the action which can be posted below!
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Runs have been hard to come by for the Stoneham High School softball team as of late, as the Spartans lost to Reading Memorial High 3-1 Monday.
READING — The Stoneham High School softball team hasn’t had much trouble scoring runs this year, as the Spartans have plated eight or more runs six times this season. But on Monday, Stoneham suffered a 3-1 loss to Reading Memorial High and has only been able to muster a combined two runs in its last three games, all of them losses. Amanda Navarro drove in the the Spartans’ lone run of the game in the fourth, as Stoneham struck first for a 1-0 lead. But in the bottom of the inning, Reading’s Nicole Nelson (2-for-3) belted a two-run double to put the Rockets ahead for the rest of the game. Lauren Reed had two hits and Lynn Kozlowski had one to account for all of Stoneham’s offense in the game. Meanwhile, Jenn Toussaint had a pair of hits …
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
The rain held off just long enough for the Stoneham High School boys' tennis team to get in its match with visiting Reading Memorial High on Monday. Unfortunately for the Spartans, the Rockets won all five matches.
Check out our photo gallery from Monday's boys' tennis match between Stoneham High School and Reading Memorial High in Stoneham. Reading blanked Stoneham, 5-0.
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 …
Monday, May 2, 2011
Check out the latest "Patch Facts" column for ideas of what to do in the Stoneham region.
1. Town Meeting has arrived: Town Meeting is slated for 7 p.m. at Stoneham Town Hall, 35 Central St. The session is open to all registered Stoneham voters to discuss and vote on roughly two dozen warrant articles. 2. Talking terrorism: Want to know what your neighbors had to say about the the recently confirmed reports of Osama bin Laden's death? Check out our video. 3. Get classified: Need to hire someone to fill a vacancy or sell stuff collecting dust in the closet? Post a free classified ad on Stoneham Patch! 4. Game on! The Stoneham High School varsity sports teams have a handful of games slated for this afternoon both at home and on the road including: Home games Away games 5. Preview: Check out the latest Stoneham Fire Department …
Sunday, May 1, 2011
The Stoneham High School boys track team improved to 3-1 with a win over Wakefield Memorial High.
The Stoneham High School boys' track team improved to 3-1 this week, with a 79-57 win over visiting Wakefield Memorial High on Tuesday. Dylan Badger led the Spartans with a pair of wins. Badger took first place in the 400 hurdles with a time of 61.4, and also won the 400 with a 54.2 while taking third in the triple jump with a 37-3. Stoneham's Mike McGrath picked up a win in the discus with a throw of 123-6 and threw a 138-7 in the javelin for second place behind teammate Ryan Robinson who won the event with an impressive 146-11. In the long jump, Spartan Austin Bryan took first place with a jump of 18-6, just a half-inch ahead of teammate and second-place finisher Marc Davis, who tallied an 18-5.5. Rounding out top performers for …
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Check out the latest "Patch Facts" column for some ideas on how to spend the day.
1. Mystery series: The Stoneham Public Library, 431 Main St., is scheduled to host a free program starting at 7 p.m. that is part of its series celebrating "The Year of the Mystery." Mystery authors Gary Goshgarian, Stoneham's J.R. Reardon and J.E. Seymour will discuss their work in the "It's A Mystery to Me" program. Mystery author Leslie Wheeler will serve as the event coordinator. 2. Spartans sports: Two varsity games are on tap for Stoneham High School: Home game Away game 3. Meeting time! The Stoneham School Committee meets at 7:30 p.m. at Stoneham High School, 149 Franklin St., in the Library. Check out the agenda. 4. Social media: If this is your first visit to Stoneham Patch, you should know that you can also follow us on Facebook …
Saturday, February 19, 2011
The Stoneham High School girls basketball team fell to Reading Memorial High, 69-56, Friday night at Hawkes Field House, as the Lady Rockets claimed the regular season league crown.
READING — Wait, stop me if you’ve heard this one before: a late-season game between Reading Memorial High School and Stoneham High's girls basketball teams with the league title on the line. It was nearly a case of history repeating itself last night, as the Lady Rockets and Lady Spartans squared off in a Middlesex League matchup with the regular-season crown hanging in the balance. Last year, Stoneham dropped the Lady Rockets, 51-34, in Stoneham on Feb. 12, forcing a three-way split of the crown between themselves, Reading and Melrose. This year however, the Lady Spartans were unable to force a crowd at the top, falling to Reading, 69-56, before a raucous crowd at Hawkes Field House—a building in which they have not lost in since falling …