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Onto the next one. Final score was on September Stoughtons goal came from a Josh Mitchell long throw and a well taken finish by Fabio Ponce de Leon at the back post. Stoughton had plenty of chances once again but we can't seem to be able to finish the game off.

Winston Kessah had a great game today and canton did very well to keep themselves in the game. Final score to Norwood on September Stoughton's goal came from good work down the right to win the corner.

The ball was played in by Jordan Asnes and a well taken header by Fabio ponce de Leon for the goal. Their goal keeper made 4 or 5 terrific saves. Was a great game on a chilly afternoon, September 21, The final score was Stoughton. The goal came from some great build up play and a nicely laid ball off from Winston Kessah and a sublime long distance finish from Loubensky Lucas.

The game was a great battle in the midfield with Tyler Melo playing very well and controlling the middle of the park. A very solid performance from Goody Fombe at the back really set the tone for our defensive work and a well deserved clean sheet.

Today's game, on September 18, was a pleasure to see 2 teams that where looking to play the ball and both teams playing strong. Unfortunately for us Oliver Ames was the better team. Our goal came from a well struck free kick from just past half by Josh Mitchell. Final score was A great game again from the league with Mansfield entertaining Stoughton on September Unfortunately for us the score line ended to the home team.

Mansfield took an early lead from a mistake at the back of holding the ball to long and the striker reacting well and taking his chance. We then answered back with a great finish from Jordan Asnes with a fantastic right footed strike across the box from the edge of the area.

Mansfield took the lead from a long throw. The second half Mansfield went up with a well taken finish lifted over the keeper and Goody Fombe was unlucky not to clear it off the line. Stoughton then got ourselves back into it from a long throw by Josh Mitchell for Fabio Pponce de Leon to finish well at the back post.

We created chances towards the end but Mansfield did a great job to keep us at bay. Was a great game and will look forward to seeing how Mansfield do.

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Great victory on September 11, both teams were fighting for the ball and both centre backs for North Attleboro deserve a big well done for the solid performance at the back. The ball was moved around very well by Stoughton and we look promising from early on. Loubinsky Lucus scored from a Jordan Asnes corner with a great near post finish. Loubinsky could have scored 3 or 4 goals but the flood gates will open soon enough.

Both teams played out a very good game on September 9. There were chances on both ends for any team to win it. A number of very good competitive battles for the ball and both teams look to play the game with the ball on the deck.

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Stoughton's goal scored by Amelia Cochran. Emmie Sprague with the assist. Marissa Williams and Alecia Quinones both had strong games in net to finish out the season.

Tough loss for the knights.

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Final score Foxboro with the win on October Stoughton's goal scored by Emerson Sprague. Great game in net by senior goalie Alecia Quinones with 15 saves. Senior captain Samantha Tullis kept the Knight solid in the backfield. Final score Stoughton with the win on October Stoughton goals scored by Emerson Sprague assisted by Shanel Ford and goal number two score by Samantha Tullis on a pk.

Final Score OA with the win on October Sam Tullis scored the first goal off a pk. Elizabeth Kashian scored goal 2 assisted by Shanel Ford. Taryn Bates scored her first high school soccer career goal from an assist by Sarah Quattrucci. Another outstanding game from senior captain goalie Marissa Williams.

Final score Milford with the win on October 2. Marissa Williams had a great first game back from her injury with 12 saves. Stoughton's goal scored by Krista Michienzi, a head off a cross by Mia Greene. Alecia Quinones with 14 saves in net. Great game by Sarah Widrow holding Stoughton's defense strong. Alecia Quinones solid in net playing her first varsity game as goalie. Final Score Sharon with the win on September 21, Stoughton's goal scored be Shanel Ford.

Marissa Williams had a great game in net with 10 saves. Stoughton High School vs. Final Score OA with the win. Final score Mansfield with the win. Stoughton's goal scored by junior Amelia Cochran. A running enthusiast herself having completed four marathons, including two Boston Marathons. Lisa thoroughly enjoys coaching Emerging Elites athletes and oversees administration and program planning.

Russ Brennen - Assistant Coach Russ Brennen brings over two decades of athletic and coaching experience to the Emerging Elites program. During his eight years as the head coach at Babson, Russ's athletes have broken school records.

He has also completed seven marathons, including three Boston Marathons. A graduate of the famed high school running powerhouse St.

His high school cross-country teams were ranked 3 and 4 in the US his junior and senior years, respectively.

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He graduated with a degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in biomechanics. Perhaps what Bryan is most proud about his last cross-country team at Xaverian is that 8 of the 9 varsity runners went on to compete in college. Bryan is thrilled to rejoin the Emerging Elites coaching staff and work with some of the best athletes in Massachusetts to reach their athletic pursuits. His success as a high school, collegiate and professional runner, combined with his ability to coach high school athletes to state and national caliber performances makes Bryan a strong asset to the Emerging Elites team.

Peter Stone has practiced physical therapy in the Boston area for over 30 years. He has assessed and treated high school, collegiate, professional and Olympic athletes, assisting them to achieve their performance goals.

Peter assesses all Emerging Elites athletes with a Diagnostic Physical Evaluation prior to enrollment in the Emerging Elites program and on an annual basis for returning athletes.

Recognizing the demands of training and growth that teenagers encounter, Peter is a valuable resource to Emerging Elites athletes, parents and coaches. The Emerging Elites athletes are the beneficiary of Peter's extraordinary knowledge of human body mechanics and specific movements in sport. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Peter has been involved with cutting edge research in the area of sports medicine and orthopedics.

When he is not at the track or out on the cross-country courses, Freddie is often found working with Emerging Elites athletes on their biomechanics. Likewise, he has spent considerable time with elite athletes through his connections with the Boston Marathon, expanding his diverse exposure to the sport of running. Freddie was the Boston Marathon elite athlete race day coordinator and member of the Boston Marathon Organizing Committee from Freddie has completed both the Chicago and Boston Marathons and continues to run recreationally.

Just months after it was dedicated, the facility threw open its doors to the first Boston Indoor Games—now the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix—which will mark its 19th year on February 8. Keith McDermott, director of the center and intercollegiate athletics at Roxbury Community College, has been instrumental in the growth of the meet, which exploded from a smattering of mostly local athletes and a few hundred spectators into one of the top indoor track-and-field events in the world, the site of six World Records and 10 consecutive sell-outs.

McDermott, 52, was himself a top sprinter for Springfield College, for which he was a two-time New England long jump champion; his personal best of 9. He sat down during the recent holiday break to look back at the evolution of both the meet and the vital facility that he has led since Is it ever quiet around here? What meets come in here? How does hosting a world-class meet fit in with your mission, which is largely aimed at serving scholastic athletes? No matter where they come from, they enjoy the facility and see how clean it is, see the customer service, the professionalism.

Wow, so-and-so ran here! Jenn Suhr jumped here! We tell them stories, like the time Maurice Greene ran the fastest meter time on US soil on this track, or when Tirunesh Dibaba set the meter World Record on this track. How great is that? Having the kids see the pro athletes keeps the sport growing. So does having a place for the kids to run, and the history of the Reggie Lewis Center shows that if you organize, you can get something that benefits so many people. It also leads to opportunities.

The rules in this sport are very clear: If you work hard, you see progress. Elizabeth Warren kicked off her Senate campaign here. Seiji Ozawa conducted a benefit concert for his 25th anniversary as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. On January 5, the new Boston mayor, Marty Walsh, hosted his Youth Inaugural Summit here, and during the campaign we hosted a mayoral debate. Day-care centers come in here a couple of times a week, to give their kids a chance to run around.

Adults can get fitness-club memberships for our cardio and weight equipment and aerobics classes.