Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Foxborough boys’ basketball head coach C.J. Neely called his 2012-13 team “the best group” he’s had in six years at helm of the Warriors.
Each season, Foxborough High School boys’ basketball head coach C.J. Neely sets a team goal to win at least 10 games and qualify for the state tournament without using the Sullivan Rule, which allows for teams that play against higher division opponents during the regular season to only count games against the same division when determining postseason eligibility. The Warriors accomplished that goal in 2007-08 - Neely’s first season as coach of FHS – finishing the year with a 10-10 record. Since then, Foxborough had finished below .500 the past four seasons heading into this winter. And despite a quick exit from the MIAA Division 3 South Sectional State Tournament last week, Foxborough enjoyed its most successful season under Neely’s six-…
Monday, January 23, 2012
Andrea Marcotte led the Warriors with 11 points. Candace Steadman had 18 points for the Tigers.
It was no secret that Foxborough’s matchup against Oliver Ames was going to be one of their more challenging games of the year. The Tigers have been on a streak all season with only one loss that was by one point against Franklin. “We knew that it was going to be a tough game. We had to play our best defense and have our best offense and we didn’t tonight,” Foxborough head coach Lisa Downs said. With good perimeter shooting and open looks, the OA Tigers had no problem beating the Foxborough Warriors, 58-30, in Foxborough. The Warriors were able to take an early 5-4 lead due to a three pointer and two free throws from Andrea Marcotte (11 points) but that would be the last time the Warriors would hold a lead during the game. A 16-2 run by …
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
The Foxborough girls' varsity basketball team gets a big win.
The Foxborough girls' varsity basketball team had a big night Tuesday against King Philip and is looking to carry over that momentum to Friday's Hockomock Davenport match-up against Oliver Ames. The Foxborough High girls' basketball team won 62-54 against KP, with Danielle Roma putting up 17 points. Captain Ashley Snyder finished with 13 points and Andrea Marcotte added 11 points for Foxborough. For a look at past team results for the season, click here. The Foxborough boys' basketball team played away at King Phillip Tuesday, losing 68-38. The boys' basketball team now stands at 3-7 for the season. The Foxborough team will travel to Oliver Ames Thursday night for a showdown against the Tigers.
Sunday, January 15, 2012
Ally Perry and DJ Quadrozzi both had eight points in the 54-37 loss to the Panthers.
The score may not say it but the Foxborough girls’ basketball team played better than expected against a talented Franklin Panthers team. Despite the 54-37 loss to the Panthers, the Warriors managed to show improvement against an undefeated Franklin team. “I’m looking at that as a win. I was very very happy with what the girls showed me tonight,” Foxborough head coach Lisa Downs said. Still playing center, Ally Perry continued to thrive in a position that she is not accustomed to. The junior forward who is who has been forced to play center due to injuries brought down 13 rebounds along with eight points to kept the Warriors in the game during the first quarter. “She’s doing well in there. It's a new role for her this year.“ Downs said. “…