Rebel Review 11/5-11/12

Justin Rouhana


Rebels Swimming and Diving team pose for a picture before a meet.

Football: The Rebels lost their first game in their otherwise flawless season last weekend in the showdown game against the Natick Redhawks on Friday, November 9. The Rebels defense played exceptionally well holding a very well coached Natick offense. With ponies such as Natick quarterback Troy Flutie and Wide Reciever Brian Dunlop, the Rebels needed to perform defensivley and they did, holding them to just 21 points. The offense however came up short on the Rebel side of the ball, scoring just 14 points. The Rebels would lose junior star running back and safety Connor Moriarty and senior Captain running back Mike Rando to injury. The Rebels went to the air but could not catch a break as junior quarterback Will Bolster threw three picks. The game would be decided on a dropped fourth down pass from Bolster, turning the ball over to Natick who then would take a knee to end the hard fought game. The final score would be 21-14 Natick. If the Rebels win on Thanksgiving against Weymouth and Frahmingham defeats Natick in their Thanksgiving game, the Rebels will proceed to the playoffs.

Field Hockey: The Porkers played against Dennis-Yarmouth on Friday, November 9, and would win 1-9 against them. The goal would come from junior star Brooke Matherson with the assisst from junior Caroline Feeley. This win put the Porkers into the the south sectional final game which they played on Sunday, November 11, which they would win 2-0. They are the south sectional champs and play on Wednesday, November 14, against Reading High School.

Boys Cross Country: On Saturday, Novemeber 10, the boys cross country team raced in the division 3 Eastern Massachusetts meet. As a team, the boys finished 10th, a dissapointment for the them. They needed to palce at least 4th to advance to the All State meet.

Girls Cross Country: The Girls cross country team fared only slightly better at the meet, placing 7th as a team. They also need to place at least 4th in order to advance. Both teams seasons’ are over.

Swim: On Saturday, November 10, the Swim Team sectional qualifers swam in the meet. Sophomore Katie Smith placed second in the meet, doing the best out of all her team mates. Those who qualified in the sectional meet will participate in the State meet this weekend.

Most Valuable Rebel of the Week: This weeks Most Valuable Rebel (or Porker) is junior Caroline Feeley. Assisting junior Brooke Matherson, who scored the game winning goal in the south sectional championship game against Dennis-Yarmouth, she deserves some recognition. Congrats to Caroline!


Football: 9-1

Field Hockey: 22-0

Boys Cross Country: 6-5

Girls Cross Country: 8-3

Swim: 6-4