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Editor's Corner

Having graduated a good number of athletes from last year’s program, King Philip High School Coach Joe O’Halloran knows this season’s team needs to bring their “A” game each and every match.
“We’ve graduated most of our team from last year and this year we’re going to be young and unskilled,” the Warrior Coach said. “We had a decent team last year, but this year is going to be a learning process with only one senior.”

Latest Articles

Five Norfolk Youths Earn Eagle Scout Award

By Grace Allen

On January 17, five Norfolk boys were recognized for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest award conferred by the Boy Scouts of America. At a ceremony attended by families, friends, and local dignitaries, the boys were honored for their commitment and service to their communities and Scouting.
The ceremony, known as the Eagle Scout Court of Honor, was held at King Philip Middle School and recognized the following boys from Norfolk Troop 80: Devin Burns, John Gage, Ben Grant, Peter Hogan, and Stephen McKinney. Norfolk Scoutmaster David Lutes facilitated the ceremony.

KP Grid Star Glebus Captures Another Honor

By Ken Hamwey

  King Philip’s Mark Glebus had the kind of senior season that high school football players dream about.
The 5-foot-8, 180-pound running back rushed for 1,500 yards, averaged seven yards a carry and scored 21 touchdowns. On defense at free safety, he had two interceptions and 30 tackles. Helping the Warriors compile a 10-1 record, Glebus got lots of notice, earning Boston Globe and Boston Herald all-scholastic honors and also the Most Valuable Player Award in the Hockomock League.