SHS Senior Night 2018
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(L to R) Somerville High Boys Basketball Senior Captains Lucas Saint-Jean, Jiovanny Pierre, John Kalton.

Somerville High School Senior Night is this Friday, February 9, 7:00 p.m. at Brune Field House. Come out and support the Seniors in their last home game of the season as they take on the Salem Witches.

Girls Basketball Senior Night will be held  Thursday, February 15.

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SHS Girls Basketball update – January 31
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The SHS Girls Basketball teams played against Beverly High in Somerville Tuesday night, with the Varsity winning their 6th win in a row with a final score of 48–44. Junior Varsity won with a score of 39–36. The Girls Freshman team lost one to Beverly, scoring only 10-28. Check out all SHS sports team’s schedules by going online at www.greaterbostonleague.org.

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SHS Girls Basketball update
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— Freshman photos by Nick Sturniolo

Somerville High School Girls Basketball hosted Malden on Tuesday, winning each game played. The Girls Freshman team won with a final score of 37–15. Junior Varsity prevailed with an impressive 48–37 total, and the Varsity team edged out Malden 47-45. This win was Varsity’s fourth win in a row.

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SHS Basketball vs. Medford this Sunday
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(L-R) Medford High School boys basketball coach and Tufts alumnus John Skerry, Tufts President Anthony P. Monaco and Somerville High School boys basketball Coach Mark Antonelli pose at the 2017 Tufts Classic (Credit: Paul Rutherford, Tufts University)

The Medford High School Mustangs and Somerville High School Highlanders girls and boys basketball teams will continue their rivalry at the 2nd Annual Tufts Classic on Sunday, Jan. 14, at the Cousens Gymnasium on Tufts’ Medford/Somerville campus. The girls’ game will tip off at 2:30 p.m., and the boys’ game will tip off at 4 p.m.

Last year, the Highlander boys defeated the Mustangs, 60-49. This is the first year in which the girls’ teams will compete in the Tufts Classic, and it is the only time Medford and Somerville will meet all season.

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Register now for Somerville Little League
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Somerville Little League has opened registration for the 2018 spring season. Programs are available for kids aged 4 to 12, and run from April to June.

To get started, go to http://somervillelittleleague.org/ and click on REGISTER in the upper-right corner. Scholarships are available for eligible applicants. Early-bird discounts will be available through February 7, so don’t wait!

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SHS Girls Varsity Basketball update
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The Somerville High School Girls Varsity Basketball played against Lynn Classical last week on Wednesday, January 3, losing by a score of 47-27. The Junior Varsity team won over Lynn Classical 38-24, while the Freshman team lost to Lynn 29-19.

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PHA Boys Soccer wins MCSAO State Championship
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On November 11, the Prospect Hill Academy  Boys Varsity soccer team won the Massachusetts Charter School Athletic Organization (MCSAO) Championship. It was a close game, with a 1-0 final score against Salem Academy Charter School. Congratulations to the players and coaches, as well as the families and fans who supported the team throughout their incredible season.

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SHS Girls Volleyball update
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The Somerville High Girls Volleyball team played Everett at Everett High on Wednesday, October 18. The Freshman and Varsity teams won, and Junior Varsity lost to Everett. On Friday, October 20, they went up against Waltham at home. The Freshman team lost, Junior Varsity and Varsity won. They played in Somerville on Tuesday, October 24, in Somerville against Malden. The score was not out by our deadline.

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Somerville Coach Fenton honored by Patriots
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Congratulations to Somerville High School Coach Fenton for being named the New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week after a three-game win streak. The Highlanders football program received a $1,000 donation in his honor. Hall of Fame linebacker Andre Tippett’s visit and the check presentation was featured on “Patriots All Access,” which aired on Friday night.

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Somerville High School Girls Volleyball update
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SHS Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity Girls Volleyball team went up against Swampscott High Monday at Somerville High School. Freshman played a close game but lost to Swampscott, Junior Varsity beat Swampscott, and Varsity also lost to Swampscott. Each team will be playing Wednesday in Everett against Everett High and they will be back at home Friday to play Waltham. Freshman and Junior Varsity games are played at 4:00 p.m., and the Varsity game is played at 5:00 p.m.

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