Monthly Archives: November 2012
The Thanksgiving Game marked the last game for RHS senior football players.
Congratulations to the senior players on their hard work this year. Left to right are Dan Tobin-Rosman, Andrew Ahern, Kyle Lane, Ryan Totte, Owen Lund, Matt Anzalone, Alex Mejia, Conley Sharland, Mike Knobel, and Ben Coulsey. Not pictured here is Aaron Latham-Coppage.
Once again the Rockland Community is coming together to celebrate the holidays in the annual Holiday Stroll. The Holiday Stroll will be held this year on Saturday, November 24th from 4 pm to 7 pm.
The Holiday Stroll has something for all ages from games, hay rides, free food, hot chocolate, costumed holiday characters and mini-parties in the various businesses along Union Street.
On Sunday the Rockland High School Cheerleading team captured the Massachusetts State Championship in the Co-Ed Small School Division, beating last year’s champion, Grafton by nine points. This also made it an undefeated season for the talented squad whose work ethic was inspired by Jeanine Reardon in her first year as head coach and senior captains Macayla Sheehan and Tyler Lewis.
Check back to see the inside story by Veritas sportswriter and cheerleader, Ashley Veiga. Congratulations to the team!! Also, visit our photo gallery with photos by Kelley Reale, RHS trainer.
The RHS student government sponsored the annual Powder Puff game on Friday night, November 16th. In an impressive display of athletic ability and excellent coaching, the senior class battled the feisty juniors to a 28-6 victory. Jill Krish and Bailey Olsen ran the ball well and received some excellent passes from quarterback Angelica Calderon.
Check back here in a week for the Veritas’ detailed game summary, including comments from players, coaches and cheerleaders. And also see our photo gallery which will also be updated as new photos come in.
Leah O’Bryan, Veritas Managing Editor
All sports teams, high school, college and pro alike, have players whose accomplishments and talents are recognized as important to the success of the team. Every team also has players whose contributions are less visible but are just as important to the success of their team. These are the unsung heroes of their teams and Rockland’s fall sports unsung heroes were recognized recently by each of their coaches. See Full Story