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Quinn, McGrath lead Rebels past Minutemen

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Entering the day at 1-3, the Walpole High School varsity boys lacrosse team was in big need of an out-of-conference win to bolster their tournament resume for later on this spring. Backboned by two of their senior captains in UMass Lowell committed attack-man Conor Foley (five goals, one...
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Brinkhaus, Rockets outlast Foley, Rebels

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Two Bay State Conference powers met on the lacrosse field on Thursday afternoon as the Walpole Rebels hosted the Needham Rockets at Turco Field. Walpole entered looking to rebound after a 14-6 defeat to Newton North, while Needham looked to make it two wins in a row to start...
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Egan, Harbormen outlast Jarvis, Rebels

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Following a dominant 27-7 victory over Plymouth North in the Division I South quarterfinals, the No. 2 Walpole Rebels hosted No. 3 Hingham on Friday with a spot in the Division III South finals on the line. Despite marching down the field for a touchdown on their...
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White, Rebels outduel Reid, Rockets

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Friday night at Turco Field saw a constant display of offensive fireworks as the Walpole Rebels (5-2) took on the rival Needham Rockets (5-2) in each team’s regular season finale. Behind huge performances from senior receiver Andrew White (nine catches, 155 yards, two touchdowns), senior safety Ethan Kelley (two...
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White, Rebels outduel Reid, Rockets

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Friday night at Turco Field saw a constant display of offensive fireworks as the Walpole Rebels (5-2) took on the rival Needham Rockets (5-2) in each team’s regular season finale. Behind huge performances from senior receiver Andrew White (nine catches, 155 yards, two touchdowns), senior safety Ethan Kelley...
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Conrad, Jarvis lift Rebels past Wamps

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor After putting an end to a brief two-game losing streak last week with a 43-0 victory over Brookline, the Walpole Rebels (4-2, 1-1) traveled to Braintree on Friday night to take on the Wamps (3-3, 1-2), looking to win their second straight. Behind a big three-touchdown (two passing, one...
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Jarvis, Rebels outlast Maiona, Raiders

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor It was an instant classic on the gridiron on Saturday afternoon as the Walpole High School football team held off a furious rally by the Wellesley Raiders (1-1) to earn a 42-35 victory in the Rebels’ (2-0) home-opener. Running back Chris Reilly capped off an 11-play game-opening drive...
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Jarvis, Rebels outlast Maiona, Raiders

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor It was an instant classic on the gridiron on Saturday afternoon as the Walpole High School football team held off a furious rally by the Wellesley Raiders (1-1) to earn a 42-35 victory in the Rebels’ (2-0) home-opener. Running back Chris Reilly capped off an 11-play game-opening drive...
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Rebel football ready to fight

By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Walpole High football enters a new era this season with long-time head coach Barry Greener having retired. Taking over the reins of the Rebel football program in 2018 is Chris Sullivan, who’s served as an assistant for Walpole the last 12 years. After a 4-7 season in 2017 (their first losing...
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Despite results, Rebel lax showing promise

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Needham High School boys varsity lacrosse team got the result they wanted to start the season on Thursday afternoon in Walpole, but the manner in which it came likely was not how they drew it up. Behind a hat trick by junior midfielder Brendan Walsh and a...
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McNally, Walsh, lift Rockets to opening win

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Needham High School boys varsity lacrosse team got the result they wanted to start the season on Thursday afternoon in Walpole, but the manner in which it came likely was not how they drew it up. Behind a hat trick by junior midfielder Brendan Walsh and a...
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Fahey, Rebel lax eye redemption

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The spring of 2017 was a memorable one for Walpole High School boys lacrosse, as the Rebels finished the regular season 17-1 and the earned the No. 1 overall seed in Division II Central/East. After a stunning 13-12 overtime defeat to Medfield in the sectional title game last...
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Giunta, Warriors grind past Lavanchy, Rebels

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Despite not playing in the same conference, Walpole and Medfield High School competing on any athletic surface seems to always hold big-time implications and see thrilling performances by both sides. The last time two varsity teams from Walpole and Medfield High School squared off was the 2017 Division II...
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