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For the first time in the 32 years of the Dave Cowens Achievement Awards one school - t...

Bishop Stang’s very own Allison Baptiste ‘21 has been nominated as a region...

Spartan Village Thanks Our Amazing Counseling Team! Happy National School Counselin...

Bishop Stang Senior, Liam Santos, signed a letter of commitment to play soccer for the ...

This year's swim & dive team faces new challenges with the updated COVID protoc...

Reporter Laurie Los Lee of the Standard Times names Fernandes and Markey as players to ...

Laurie Los Lee of the Standard Times describes Bishop Stang Senior, Declan Markey as &q...

Eyeing a 3rd straight playoff goal, Bishop Stang's Girls Ice Hockey team looks tough to beat with 3 out of 5 area players to watch!

Ryan - according to Ed Collins of the Standard Times - is "One of the best puck-moving defensemen in the area" - read on for more about our exciting Spartan ice-hockey team!

Congratulations to Bishop Stang's Hayden Duke who signed on to play Division 1&nbsp...

Our Girls Soccer Team Just Keeps on Winning!!

It Takes a SPARTAN Village

October 26, 2020

It Takes a Spartan Village! Prayers for peace and justice and raising Tons of food for charity, our Spartans were busy this weekend!

Spartan volleyball is back and off to an exciting start for the Fall season! Although the girls team were not victorious in their season opener against New Bedford they played some great ball and showed that they'll be a team to watch. Click above for more about this promising team!

Getting lost but still gaining ground seemed to be the course towards victory for the girls and boys cross-country teams as they opened their season this week. Click above for links to the Standard-Times round-up as well as a terrific article by the Boston-Herald's Brian Fabry about Cross-Country as a means of training for some of our football players.

Bishop Stang Athletics are off to a good, if interesting, start this Fall season! And our teams, as well as a number of individual Spartan athletes, are being given a nod by the Standard-Times. CLICK ABOVE for links to Times articles about our field hockey and soccer teams!

Mr. Ostrye and his writing group enjoyed the gorgeous Fall morning, taking their pens and thoughts outside to observe and reflect

The Spartans Golf Team has just started their season but is already being watched by those in the sports field. Standard-Times writer Brendan Kurie names two Spartans, Senior Paul Zellor, and Sophomore Kyle Farias in the "Fall 2020 Top 5 Golfers to Watch" and notes that the team as a whole, led by coach Tom Kennedy, is looking strong this season. Click above to read the full article about this fantastic team!

Beth Lemenager Lauer '03 honored with No. 49th on the Standard-Times Buddy's Best Unforgettable 100 list of greatest female athletes in the past 50 years. Click above to link to the full Standard-Times article.

Inspiring Excellence in Learning and Life is the mission of BSHS. Phoebe Laplante Martin '10 excelled at what seems like everything during her years at Stang and has moved forward in life with the same phenomenal dedication and success. Click above for the full story by Standard Times reporter Laurie Los.

After years of hard work, intense training, and a killer fastball, Bishop Stang rising Senior Max Brulport has committed to play ball for the Northeast-10 Conference Stonehill College Skyhawks. Stang coach Brian Rose says “Max is a very smart kid, he has a great work ethic and he’s a great young man. He’s a true gentleman. He has what every coach wants out of a player.”  Click above to read the full Standard-Times article by Brendan Kurie.

Congratulations to Regina Collura '20 - making a difference and forging a path!  Recent Bishop Stang Graduate, Regina Collura '20, is slated to become one of the first female Eagle Scouts in the US.  And she's putting into action her passion for fighting illiteracy with her Book Beast project.  Click above to read the full article by Greg Sullivan of the Herald News.

Bishop Stang Class of 2016 Alum, Casey Allaire, a top notch diver during her time at Stang has been recognized as the Little East Conference's 2020 Woman of the Year. Casey proved notable at Stang as a swim & dive team standout for the Spartans. She then took her talents - and the Stang spirit of Excellence and Service - with her to Plymouth State where, in addition to winning numerous accolades as a diver, she also stood out as a top academic achiever and committed community servant. Click above for the full article from Nick Friar writing for SouthCoastToday.com.

By Brendan Kurie, Southcoast Today (excerpt): "But it wasn’t purely Walsh’s athletic exploits that led to a cascade of recognition. He was ranked No. 3 in his 2020 graduating class, served as class secretary, took 14 honors level classes and was a member of the National Honor Society, Student Ambassadors, Peer Mentors and Campus Ministry. “Matt did the right thing all the time,” Gouveia said. “You try to tell the kids that the classroom is so important. It’s not just about athletics. You want them to emulate a kid like Matt Walsh, because he does the right thing all the time.”

“He’s literally everything you would want in a player and in a captain. He’s just the best kid. He’s a great person to be around.” — Nate Greene, Bishop Stang’s boys soccer coach

The Annual John C. O'Brien Scholarship Golf Tournament was scheduled to be 10 days from now, but will not be held this year. Please consider playing a round in memory of Coach O'Brien and making a Donation to his very important Memorial Scholarship Fund!

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