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     Kurt Kummer, Director of Athletics

    Jennifer Fitzpatrick, Athletic Trainer

    Ann Dupre, Administrative Assistant

     

     

    May 12, 2020

     

    Press Release: CLASS OF 2020 HOCKOMOCK LEAGUE SCHOLAR-ATHLETES 

     

    The Hockomock League Principals and Athletic Directors proudly announce the Class of 2020 Scholar-Athletes. The global, national, and local struggle against COVID-19 continues, but our persistence and resilience grows in that fight. The unique social situation in which we find we ourselves pushes us to find new ways to publicly recognize and salute our heroes. The Class of 2020 will have much to remember about this unprecedented year, and we salute all of our athletes who lost this Spring season.


    This week the League would have celebrated its 30th Annual Hockomock League Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner. Today, we are proud to celebrate each of the twenty-four athletes that have earned this League’s honor. Each scholar-athlete has been selected by the Administration of their respective schools and represent the top student athletes in the Hockomock League based on academics, athletic participation, sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship. They have all successfully balanced a demanding academic schedule along with participation in athletics as well as many other extra-curricular activities during their high school career. To be selected for this award represents four years of dedication and commitment, and we are proud of all their accomplishments. 


    We hope that these student-athletes will put all of their experiences over the past four years to good use and that those experiences will help guide them through the challenges ahead. We congratulate the parents and guardians, too, for your contributions and guidance as you have enabled your child to reach this level of excellence. We are certain that the foundation you have given them will carry them through future endeavors. 


    CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2020 SCHOLAR-ATHLETES:

     

    NORTH ATTLEBORO: Abigail Gallagher AND Owen Harding


    ATTLEBORO: Jacqueline Lynch-Bartek AND Nicholas McMahon


    CANTON: Caroline Tourgee AND Nathan Quan


    FOXBORO: Jaime Notarangelo AND Ryan Proulx



    FRANKLIN: Sarah Spanek AND Rohan Herur


    KING PHILIP: Samantha Robison AND Jack Cannon


    MANSFIELD: Eliz Healy AND Peter Oldow


    MILFORD: Annie Flanagan AND Maxwell Manor


    OLIVER AMES: Allison Kemp AND Sam Stevens


    SHARON: Eliana Boxerman AND Cameron Baker


    STOUGHTON: Emma McSweeney AND Joshua McNamara


    TAUNTON: Kamryn Li AND Nolan Melo


    Non-Discrimination Policy:  The North Attleboro Public School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion or religious creed, ancestry, national or ethnic origin, age, gender, gender-identity, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law in admission to, access to, employment in, or treatment in its programs and activities.  Respect · Collaboration · Hard Work · Accountability · Independence

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    Spring Sports and Spring Tournaments cancelled for the remainder of 2019-2020 School Year

    April 24, 2020

    In accordance with Governor Charles Baker’s announcement Tuesday that Massachusetts schools will be closed to in person learning for the remainder of the school year, the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) regretfully has cancelled all spring sports and spring tournaments.

    Today’s decision by the MIAA Board of Directors was difficult, disappointing, and one that was deferred for several weeks as Association staff, Association members from the Tournament Management Committee (TMC) and the Board worked aggressively to construct optional structures to save the opportunity for our MIAA 80,000 student-athletes to enjoy a spring season.

    Despite this disheartening but unavoidable action, it is paramount to applaud our constituents, principals, athletic directors, coaches and student-athletes for their positive power of example and cooperation during this unprecedented crisis.  The “life lessons” inherent in the games we play will be our resiliency to provide mental and physical strength to focus on the discipline and teamwork to make a difference in the challenging chapters in the Game of Life.  #OneTeamOneMIAA

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