Showing posts with label alumni. Show all posts
Showing posts with label alumni. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Alumni Restaurant not to reopen

Sad news on the small and local business front, the Alumni Restaurant will not be reopening and is being put up for sale. The owner's note to the patrons shared here.

On the other hand, there is an opportunity for someone who would like to operate a restaurant!

Shared from Facebook ->   https://www.facebook.com/204307558091/posts/10160476432138092/

Alumni Restaurant not to reopen
Alumni Restaurant not to reopen

Monday, February 28, 2022

HockomockSports.com: "Franklin’s Noviello Aims to Ace Final Season at Fairfield"

Josh Perry, Managing Editor of HockomockSports.com, provides a profile of FHS alumni Jake Noviello, now playing baseball for Fairfield University.

"How do you follow up a historic season? Former Franklin star Jake Noviello admits that he gets questioned about it a lot on the Fairfield campus. After winning 39 games last spring, becoming the first MAAC team to earn an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, beating Arizona State, and reaching the program’s first regional final, what do the Stags do for an encore?

“People at school keep asking me are you guys going to be undefeated again and I keep saying probably not,” Noviello, a senior pitcher, said with a laugh, “but I think the best way to try and get back to where we were is to not focus on the big picture but just compete every day at practice. Do everything you can to just win.”

It isn’t just the team success that will be difficult to replicate. Noviello went 9-0 as a starter last season, tying the program record for wins and leading the conference. He was named to the All-MAAC First Team and All-Tournament Team and the ABCA/Rawlings All-Region Second Team. His 1.47 ERA led the MAAC, was fourth-best in the nation, and was the second lowest in program history. He also led the MAAC and was top 10 in the country in WHIP (0.88) and walks per nine innings (1.20)."

Continue reading the article at HockomockSports.com

The Jake Noviello archive at HockomockSports  https://hockomocksports.com/player/jake-noviello/

Follow Jake on Twitter -> https://twitter.com/j_noviello123
 
Former Franklin standout Jake Noviello and Fairfield head into a new season looking to build on the history they made in 2021’s first-ever run to the regional final. (Fairfield Athletics)
Former Franklin standout Jake Noviello and Fairfield head into a new season looking to build on the history they made in 2021’s first-ever run to the regional final. (Fairfield Athletics)

Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Franklin High School Baseball alumni ready for their spring collegiate season

Catching up to share this tweet from Franklin High School Baseball, MA (@FHSCoachZBrown):
2-18-22 - College Baseball is officially back! 
For those that would like to follow the 14 FHS ⚾️ alums that are currently on active college rosters please see the list below. 
Nothing better than checking the box scores & seeing our alums contributing to their collegiate programs! 
https://t.co/wcYRABPHY6

Shared from Twitter: https://twitter.com/FHSCoachZBrown/status/1494669514235166722

Franklin High School Baseball alumni ready for their spring collegiate season
Franklin High School Baseball alumni ready for their spring collegiate season

Saturday, January 22, 2022

BFCCPS Announces this Year's Alumni Scholarship Opportunity

The Benjamin Franklin Classical
Charter Public School
500 Financial Park
Franklin, MA 02038
www.bfccps.org


January 20, 2021

The faculty and staff of the Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School (BFCCPS), located in Franklin, Massachusetts, are pleased to announce that alumni scholarship applications for alumni who are graduating from high school this year are now available. This scholarship is designed for Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School graduates who have displayed academic achievement, a commitment to serving others, and continued to demonstrate virtuous behavior since graduating from BFCCPS.  Eligible students would have been a member of the BFCCPS Grade Eight class of 2018.

 Applicants must be a BFCCPS graduate who attended BFCCPS for a minimum of 3 years,  a graduating high school senior who will be entering their first year of post-secondary education and available to attend the BFCCPS 8th grade graduation in June where the scholarship will be awarded. 

The scholarship application is posted on the school's website at www.bfccps.org and to the BFCCPS Alumni Facebook page.  The application deadline is March 28, 2022. 

BFCCPS is a regional public charter school for students in Kindergarten through Grade Eight.  Founded in 1995, BFCCPS is one of the oldest and most successful charter schools in the state of Massachusetts. 

The school provides a well-rounded, rigorous academic program designed to educate the whole child providing yearlong courses in art, music, languages, technology, and physical education. The school's integrated character education, community service, and strong parent partnerships, have led to local, state and national recognition. BFCCPS alumni continue to excel during their attendance at local public high schools as well as independent high schools.  Enrollment applications for the 2022-2023 school year are available through February 15, 2022. Families can learn more and even apply online at www.bfccps.org/info.

If you'd like to learn more about the educational mission of the school or have enrollment related questions please contact the school's Communication Coordinator, Joanne Basile at jbasile@bfccps.org or 508-541-3434 x104.

About the Benjamin Franklin Charter School

The Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School's mission is to assist parents in their role as primary educators of their children by providing students with a classical academic education coupled with sound character development and community service. Our mission is supported by four distinct, yet interconnected pillars that provide for a collaborative, rigorous education for all students. These pillars guide, direct and define the school in all it does.

BFCCPS Announces this Year's Alumni Scholarship Opportunity
BFCCPS Announces this Year's Alumni Scholarship Opportunity


Monday, December 6, 2021

FHS alumni - Jennifer Maddox receives the 2021 LISC Community Impact Award

"Jennifer Maddox, Undersecretary of the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), received the 2021 LISC Community Impact Award in recognition of her leadership of the statewide Eviction Diversion Initiative.  The award was presented by Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) Boston.

November 16, 2021, Maddox, who assumed leadership of DHCD in February 2020 just weeks before the onset of the pandemic, was honored for her effective housing leadership through the crisis, and specifically for preventing widespread evictions after expiration of the legislative moratorium ended in October of 2020.  The Eviction Diversion Initiative led by Maddox and her team provides deep assistance to tenants and landlords, including funding for rent and overdue utilities with state and federal funding, as well as free and low-cost legal aid and professional mediation services to help households avoid evictions. Through October of this year, more than 50,000 unique households had received $360 million to avoid eviction, and eviction filings and executions continue to remain below pre-pandemic levels."

Continue reading the press release on the recognition of Jennifer
https://lisc.app.box.com/s/d5w6v55toohqladn9ahdypn44kfvgvd1

Jennifer Maddox is a Franklin High School graduate who works for Massachusetts and whose parents still live in Franklin. 

Jennifer Maddox, Undersecretary of the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), received the 2021 LISC Community Impact Award in recognition of her leadership of the statewide Eviction Diversion Initiative.

Jennifer Maddox, Undersecretary of the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), received the 2021 LISC Community Impact Award in recognition of her leadership of the statewide Eviction Diversion Initiative.


Saturday, November 20, 2021

HockomockSports.com: "Franklin’s Adams Closes Out Career at Northeastern"

"It was a college career that almost didn’t happen. In the first game of her junior season at Franklin, Megan Adams, who had helped the Panthers reach back-to-back South finals the previous two years, suffered a concussion. As many other high school athletes would, she tried to play through it, unaware of the severity of the injury.

Adams would feel the effects of the concussion for the next three years, not only in keeping her off the pitch, missing the final two years of her high school career and her freshman season at Northeastern, but also in her everyday life at home and in the classroom.

Not many athletes would make it through that challenge, but there she was in August of her sophomore season putting on the goalie shirt for her first collegiate appearance, recording a save against Long Beach State. Two days later, she made three saves in her first start at Loyola Marymount.

Looking back as a fifth-year senior, with only a couple games left in her final season with the Huskies, Adams, who says she has no lasting symptoms from the concussion, was able to reflect on all that she managed to overcome."

Continue reading the story by Josh Perry, Managing Editor of HockomockSports.com

Meg Adams battled back from a concussion in high school that kept her out for three seasons to become the goalie at Northeastern University. (Northeastern Athletics)
Meg Adams battled back from a concussion in high school that kept her out for three seasons to become the goalie at Northeastern University. (Northeastern Athletics)


Wednesday, May 26, 2021

FHS grad Jake Noviello "in the midst of a breakout season"

Daily News Sports (@MetroWestSports) tweeted on Tue, May 25, 2021:
"I've always had really high expectations for Jake, but I don't know if I thought he'd be Top-5 in the nation in ERA and WHIP."

Former @FHSSports star @j_noviello123 is in the midst of a breakout season with @Stags_Base
Continue reading the article online  (subscription may be required)



Franklin's Jake Noviello in the midst of a breakout season with the Fairfield University baseball team
Franklin's Jake Noviello in the midst of a breakout season with the Fairfield University baseball team (Fairfield University Courtesy Photo/Peter McLean)


Friday, November 13, 2020

"I need to go do whatever I can"

From the Boston Globe, an article of interest for Franklin:
"Throughout the presidential campaign, Jennifer O’Malley Dillon often repeated a mantra from her collegiate softball days to rally staff on endless Zoom calls: We can do hard things.

Even for someone with an optimistic attitude, 2020 presented a particularly high number of “hard things” for the woman running Joe Biden’s campaign — a pandemic that turned traditional campaigning upside down, a polarized left that wasn’t thrilled about a three-time, middle-of-the-road presidential candidate, an unpredictable opponent who frequently said the election was rigged before any votes were cast.

But the mantra, however unflashy, turned out to be true.

“Once she commits to a goal, she’s going to grind it out,” said longtime friend Cloe Axelson, who played softball at Tufts with Dillon and worked on early campaigns with her. “She’s so tough, and she just does the work.”

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/11/12/nation/one-most-important-political-operative-youve-never-heard/

You may recall the Washington Post ran an article in August

The Milford Daily News picked up on the Post article in October
 
The Washington Post and MDN had also run an article in March when she joined the campaign https://www.franklinmatters.org/2020/03/bidens-new-campaign-manager-is-franklin.html

“She’s so tough, and she just does the work," a friend said of Jennifer O'Malley Dillon.Andre Chung/For The Washington Post
“She’s so tough, and she just does the work," a friend said of Jennifer O'Malley Dillon.Andre Chung/For The Washington Post


Friday, November 6, 2020

"everybody who knew Dre knew how big his heart was,"

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"It’s been a week since DeAndre Akeem Scott was fatally shot in the chest, and police say no arrests have been made.

Investigators say they have no new information to release to the public about the shooting, said Franklin police spokesman Sgt. Brian Johnson, and that the investigation is still “active and ongoing.”

Last week, Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey said the suspect or suspects appear to have known Scott, 26, and that the shooting is not random. Morrissey also said Scott, from Attleboro, formerly lived in Franklin, but no further information about his background has been released.

According to Scott’s obituary, he lived in Franklin for much of his life, graduated from Franklin High School in 2012 and later attended Dean College. "

balloon display set up on the corner of Elwood St
balloon display set up on the corner of Elwood St

 

Thursday, February 6, 2020

An Evening With Kristi Kirshe = Feb 12, 7 PM

"Excited to announce an Evening With Kristi Kirshe @FranklinHS alum & member of @USARugby"

When: Feb 12, 2020 7 PM at FHS Auditorium

An Evening With Kristi Kirshe = Feb 12, 7 PM
An Evening With Kristi Kirshe = Feb 12, 7 PM




Sunday, February 2, 2020

Franklin grad Olivia DiGiacomo represents JWU at Div. III Immersion Program

Franklin grad Olivia DiGiacomo:
"Competing in collegiate athletics opens a number of unique opportunities, not all of them on the field. Franklin grad Olivia DiGiacomo got to experience one of those opportunities last week, when she attended the annual NCAA convention in Anaheim, Calif. as part of the Div. III Immersion Program.

DiGiacomo, a junior outfielder on the Johnson & Wales University softball team, was nominated for the program by her softball coach Kim Camara-Harvey and director of athletics Dana Garfield. She was one of 40 Div. III student-athletes selected from thousands of nominees nationwide to join the program and attend the convention.

“My coach and my athletic director looked at me as a leader and someone who can bring back a lot of information and knowledge back to campus,” said DiGiacomo after she got back from the convention. “It was absolutely a gratifying experience to be recognized.”
Continue reading the write up by Josh Perry, Managing Editor of HockomockSports.co: 
https://hockomocksports.com/franklins-olivia-digiacomo-represents-jwu-at-ncaa-convention/ 

Franklin alum Olivia DiGiacomo represented Johnson & Wales University at the NCAA Convention as one of 40 student-athletes selected from a national pool to take part in the DIII Immersion Program. (JWU Athletics)
Franklin alum Olivia DiGiacomo represented Johnson & Wales University at the NCAA Convention as one of 40 student-athletes selected from a national pool to take part in the DIII Immersion Program. (JWU Athletics)
 

Friday, November 15, 2019

In the News: 2nd Annual Toys for Tots at Alumni

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"With a blended family of five children ages 6-17, John MacLennan and his wife, Tara, try their “absolute best” to keep a smile on the kids’ faces.

For the Plainville couple, there is nothing quite like inspiring smiles and joy. And they don’t keep it just within the family.

The pair are the organizers behind the Toys For Tots Festival planned for Saturday at Franklin’s Alumni Restaurant. The event, which will take place from 3-11 p.m., is aimed at bringing people together to enjoy entertainment, food and cheerful company while also benefiting a cause that is sure to inspire countless smiles come Christmas morning.

This is the second year the couple is planning the event."

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
https://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20191114/couple-plan-toys-for-tots-festival-at-franklins-alumni-restaurant


Follow the Facebook event:  https://www.facebook.com/events/441604416644253/ — at The Alumni Restaurant and Bar.


2nd Annual Toys For Tots Festival at Alumni on Nov 16
2nd Annual Toys For Tots Festival at Alumni on Nov 16

Sunday, November 10, 2019

2nd Annual Toys For Tots Festival at Alumni on Nov 16

Saturday, Nov 16 "at the The Alumni Restaurant and Bar there will be a big event happening. 

The JohnnyMac Productions will have the 2nd annual Toys For Tots Festival. This year we have alot in store and fun for all ages. 

Santa will be there from 4-6, there will be hanna tattoo, candy shop, foster kid information, kid karaoke, magician will be preforming. Then as the night carries on we will have a local band of HS kids from KP preforming, 2 local acoustic artists and more adult karaoke as well. 

Not only will there be performances but the whole event is based on toys for tots so bring an unwrapped toy to the event and you will be given a ticket to enter one of several raffle donations from local and corporate business I have received for this event. You can also purchase more tickets as well, and all the money goes towards toys for tots.

Below is the link for the event. Also if you can not make it and but would like to donate a toy we have a few drop off locations that will be at local business.
  • Alumni Restaurant (Franklin)
  • Abbellirisi Salon (Plainville Center)
  • Union Straw (Foxboro)
  • Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Cente/ The Orpheum Theatre (Foxboro)
  • Nick Cerio's Kenpo (Bellingham)"
Follow the Facebook event:
https://www.facebook.com/events/441604416644253/ — at The Alumni Restaurant and Bar.

2nd Annual Toys For Tots Festival at Alumni on Nov 16
2nd Annual Toys For Tots Festival at Alumni on Nov 16

Monday, August 5, 2019

"It’s important to give everyone opportunities”

Josh Perry, Managing Editor of HockomockSports.com, provides this article on the New England Revolution Unifed Sports program featuring Franklin High alum Farley Asmath.

"On the morning of July 31, hours before the Major League Soccer (MLS) all-stars took the pitch at Orlando’s Exploria Stadium to face Spanish power Atletico Madrid, MLS WORKS and the Special Olympics hosted another all-star game featuring some of the best soccer players from across the country.

The sixth annual Unified Sports All-Star Soccer Match pitted partners and athletes representing teams from the Eastern Conference against those from the West in an 11-on-11 match at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The New England Revolution were part of the festivities. Franklin High alum Farley Asmath was chosen to be the Revs Unified partner at the event, teaming up with athlete Preston Hall III.

Asmath, who earned HockomockSports.com Second XI honors in 2016 as a senior striker for the Panthers and who led the region in goals and points last fall at MassBay Community College, was thrilled at the honor of representing the Revs in Orlando.

“I’m just very thankful that they’ve noticed what I’ve been doing with the team…that I’m putting in the work at practice and things like that,” he explained. “I’m very thankful for that.” (Asmath and the Eastern Conference pulled out a 2-1 victory on Wednesday morning.)"

Continue reading the article online
https://hockomocksports.com/franklins-farley-asmath-represents-revs-at-all-star-game/

Franklin alum Farley Asmath (left) and Preston Hall represented the New England Revolution at the Special Olympics Unified Sports All-Star Soccer Match at the ESPN World Wide of Sports facilities. (New England Revolution)
Franklin alum Farley Asmath (left) and Preston Hall represented the New England Revolution at the Special Olympics Unified Sports All-Star Soccer Match at the ESPN World Wide of Sports facilities. (New England Revolution)

Friday, May 31, 2019

Franklin School for the Performing Arts Alum to Tour With "The Spongebob Musical"

Franklin School for the Performing Arts (FSPA) alumnus Garrett Gleason will hit the road this fall as a guitarist on the national tour of The Spongebob Musical. Originally from Franklin, Gleason began his musical training at FSPA at a young age. He studied musical theater, voice, and more before focusing his studies on guitar with master instructor Mark White at FSPA.

After high school, Gleason obtained his B.A. in Jazz Studies at the University of Maryland School of Music under direction of Chris Vadala. He then moved outside Washington D.C. to embrace freelance studio music work, performance opportunities, and music education, through which he developed a stronger passion for world music and fusion. He has recorded with international artists such as Plini and Adaora, performed with international artists like Samini and Uche Agu and at prestigious venues such as the Kennedy Center and Strathmore Mansion, opened for artists such as TTNG, Tricot, and Bent Knee with his original music.
Garrett Gleason
Garrett Gleason

In 2017 and 2018, Garrett returned to his Franklin-roots as the guitarist for Electric Youth and the Boston Showband on their European concert tours. This summer, he will join them on the road once again to perform across the U.K., Switzerland, France, and Italy. Gleason’s latest album for trio, “Well,” was released this past fall.

The explosively imaginative production of The Spongebob Musical will launch at PROCTORS in Schenectady, NY this September before bringing Bikini Bottom and its beloved residents to previously announced engagements across the country. Massachusetts audiences will be able to hear Gleason in action October 15-27 at the Boch Center. For tickets and more information, visit www.thespongebobmusical.com

For more information on guitar lessons and other FSPA music programs, visit www.FSPAonline.com, call 508-528-8668, or stop by 38 Main St. You can follow the Franklin School for the Performing Arts on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.

Sunday, May 5, 2019

"when you’re picking a school you have to be picking it for more than just sports"

Elizabeth Clark, student and writer for Pantherbook, recently published an interview with Kristi Kirshe.

"Every athlete imagines having successes in high school, college, and eventually the big stage of either professional sports or Olympic sports. For one Panther alumna, she had successes in high school, collegiately, and is now taking the Olympic stage, in a way many wouldn’t expect. 
Kristi Kirshe, FHS Class of 2013, will play for the USA Rugby team. In high school, she was a Gatorade Player of the Year for soccer, and a standout in basketball and lacrosse as well. She went on to play soccer at Williams College, where she was the all-time leading scorer of goals in a season (18), career goals (43), and career points (114). After college, she missed being a competitive athlete and got involved in rugby. I recently got a chance to talk to her about her successes in high school, college, and now her involvement in rugby."
Continue reading the interview with Kristi
https://franklinpanthers.us/sports/2019/05/03/fhs-alumni-kristi-kirshe-to-the-olympics/

Kristi Kirshe
Kristi Kirshe (US Rugby photo)

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Franklin High School class of 1969 invited for 50th Reunion

Franklin High School invites Franklin High School class of 1969 alumni (and guest) to be honored for their 50th year reunion during this year’s Franklin High School graduation ceremony on June 7, 2019.

There will be a reception starting at 4:00 PM where alumni will be able to catch up with classmates and school faculty over light refreshments in the Franklin High School Media Center. 

Alumni will then take part in the graduation procession into the gymnasium where they will be honored during the ceremony.

For more details and to RSVP, visit the Franklin High School Alumni website at www.franklinps.net/franklin-high-school/alumni-organization or call 508-553-4814.

Franklin High School class of 1969 invited for 50th Reunion
Franklin High School class of 1969 invited for 50th Reunion

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Alumni and former FHS lacrosse all star - Jack Vail

Josh Perry, Managing Editor of HockomockSports.com, provides a write up on former FHS lacrosse all star Jack Vail.

"Things haven’t started exactly as planned for the Springfield College men’s lacrosse team through the opening four games of the new season. The Pride are 1-3 after four games, but senior attacker Jack Vail is confident that the team, which received votes in national preseason polls, is capable of challenging for the NEWMAC title. 
“Our main focus is just to work really hard on ourselves and competing against each every single day,” Vail explained in a conversation ahead of last weekend’s trip to Union College (N.Y.). “We’ve been definitely working hard to improve and just keep getting better every day.” 
Through four games, Vail is fourth on the team with four goals and seven points, but his role as a senior and as a captain is bigger than just scoring. A former Hockomock League MVP and two-time HockomockSports.com Player of the Year at Franklin, Vail is also the leader of the attacking unit and he takes that responsibility seriously. 
“I’m able to be a more vocal presence and mold the team into what we want it to be as a senior class,” he said. When asked how it felt to be selected as the captain by his teammates, Vail replied, “It was a great feeling. I’ve always aspired to be in those leadership roles, so being voted captain was a satisfying feeling.”
Continue reading the write up online
https://hockomocksports.com/franklins-jack-vail-looking-to-get-pride-on-track-this-spring/

Former Franklin standout and HockomockSports.com Player of the Year Jack Vail (14) is looking to follow up an all-NEWMAC season with a strong senior campaign at Springfield College. (Springfield College Athletics)
Former Franklin standout and HockomockSports.com Player of the Year Jack Vail (14) is looking to follow up an all-NEWMAC season with a strong senior campaign at Springfield College. (Springfield College Athletics)

Sunday, February 17, 2019

“In all sports and no matter what stage you’re on, the second the whistle blows you’re just playing"

Josh Perry, Managing Editor of HockomockSports.com, has a great piece on FHS basketball, lacrosse, and soccer alumni Kristi Kirshe now making her mark in rugby.

"Every little kid who plays sports dreams of playing professionally and dreams of someday representing his or her country, whether it be the Olympics or the World Cup or maybe the World Lacrosse Championships (see Foxboro’s Sophia Dicenso, who was featured last week). Former Franklin star Kristi Kirshe, a former soccer state champion with the Panthers and Div. III national champion at Williams College, recently fulfilled that dream, although not in a sport she would have ever imagined. 
A former standout in soccer, lacrosse, and basketball at Franklin (being named MVP in soccer and lax as a senior), and a two-time All-American at Williams, Kirshe has achieved her dream of being a professional athlete as a rising star in rugby. 
Kirshe recently played with the bronze-medal-winning U.S. Women’s Eagles Sevens at the HSBC Sydney (Australia) Sevens tournament and scored five tries in three matches and is a full-time resident at the U.S. rugby base in Chula Vista, Calif., despite having not even picked up a rugby ball until one year ago this week. 
“I’d say this one tops it all,” Kirshe said this week about how playing for the U.S. stacks up to all that she has achieved in sports. “I think I said when we won the state title in soccer that it was a dream come true but I’m pretty sure putting on the USA rugby jersey topped that.
Continue reading about Kristi
https://hockomocksports.com/franklins-kristi-kirshe-finds-a-different-path-to-team-usa/

Former Franklin soccer, lacrosse and basketball standout Kristi Kirshe races for a U.S. try against China at the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Sydney, Australia. (Mike Lee/KLC Fotos)
Former Franklin soccer, lacrosse and basketball standout Kristi Kirshe races for a U.S. try against China at the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Sydney, Australia. (Mike Lee/KLC Fotos)

Monday, February 4, 2019

FHS alumni Clermont, Kirshe in the news

A couple of FHS alumni were in the news this weekend. Nicole Clermont by winning the Junior Women's 6K running for Boston College. Kristi Kirshe scoring 5 tries in her first international rugby tournament for Team USA.




FHS alum Nicole Clermont wins the Junior Women's 6K
FHS alum Nicole Clermont wins the Junior Women's 6K

Complete results from the USATF Cross Country Championships can be found
https://results.usatf.org/2019XC/



FHS alum Kristi Kirshe scores five tries in her debut International Rugby tournament
FHS alum Kristi Kirshe scores five tries in her debut International Rugby tournament


"Throughout the tournament, the Americans showed an unparalleled depth with newcomer Kristi Kirshe scoring five total tries in her debut tournament. Fellow new cap Kasey McCravey had brilliant touches as well, while veteran Naya Tapper scored her 65th try to pass Victoria Folayan and become the USA Women's Sevens all-time leading try scorer. "
Read more at https://www.usarugby.org/match/45234-usa-eagles-v-ireland/?kc6LUq5FZZ15qqi8.99


The Sydney7's tournament page  http://www.sydney7s.com.au/match-schedule/