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  • H.S. LACROSSE: Week four girls rankings


    1. Norwell (5-0, 1) – With a 5-0 start, the Clippers had a well-deserved break that lasted nearly two weeks. Now, Norwell will sprint to the finish line starting with three games this week.2. Cohasset (4-1, 3) – The Skippers have been a high-flying offense this season. In wins, Cohasset is averaging 20 goals per game. The Skippers have reached the 20-goal mark in each of their past three games.3. Scituate (5-1, NR) [...]
  • Kingston sports update for Monday, April 24


    Here is the latest Silver Lake and Sacred Heart sports information.
  • Mary Kate Webb wins Sportsmanship Award


    KINGSTON – Mary Kate Webb could have pouted when she received the news that she hadn’t earned a spot on the Southeastern Massachusetts Girls Hockey League All-Star team last winter. Webb was one of the key components on a Whitman-Hanson/Silver Lake girls hockey team that won the league title and finished 15-4-3 overall, scoring 28 points, including 13 goals. But instead of bemoaning her fate, the Silver Lake senior showed up for the next game with a smile on her face. [...]
  • Silver Lake's Ken Tocci gets game ball on Plymouth North field


    Kenny Tocci's presented countless game balls to players over the years, but the roles were reversed Saturday and it was his day to take the round piece of cowhide home with him.
  • Laker boys tennis a smashing success so far


    KINGSTON – First-year head coach Jessica Drew has the Silver Lake boys tennis team off to a great start this spring. The Lakers won their opening three matches of the season before Duxbury handed them their first defeat last week.“We have some young players, so I’m looking forward to how much they can grow,” Drew said. “The one thing I’ve noticed so far is that they’re mentally tough and they’re forming a bond with each other. [...]
  • H.S. BOYS LACROSSE: Colin Bourne leads OA last Silver Lake


    EASTON - The Oliver Ames boys lacrosse team had trouble finding its footing this year, getting off to a 1-4 start. But Eric LeBlanc scored a team-high five goals in leading the Tigers to a 10-4 victory over Milton on Monday, and on Wednesday, without LeBlanc in the lineup, the Tigers still had enough firepower to keep their momentum going.Sophomore attacker Colin Bourne scored three goals and had three assists, while Owen Gallagher and Liam Brown chipped in with a goal each, to [...]