Monday, March 18, 2013
Archbishop Williams dominated from the start and went on to a convincing win on Saturday in Worcester.
The Archbishop Williams High School girls basketball team is likely moving to Division 1 next season. If they are indeed on their way out of Division 3, the Bishops made their final season there a memorable one. After falling in the semifinals the previous two seasons, Archbishop Williams dominated Lee in the state championship game on Saturday at Worcester's DCU Center. After blasting out of the gates and pulling away early, the Bishops threw their game into cruise control for the rest of the game en route to a 60-33 victory that came after semifinal losses in the previous two seasons. Head coach Jim Bancroft said after the game that the team will likely make the jump to Division 1 after this season. "We refer back to those losses all the…
Saturday, March 16, 2013
The Bishops cruised to a 60-33 win over Lee in Worcester on Saturday morning.
In control from the start, the Archbishop Williams High School girls basketball dominated Lee in the Division 3 championship game, cruising to a victory at Worcester’s DCU Center. The Bishops opened up a big lead earlier and opened it up as the game went on, finishing their title run with a 60-33 win. "That was the plan to play like that,” said head coach Jim Bancroft, whose team finished with a 22-5 record on the year. “We had three days of practice to work on our game plan, and they did it. They did it exactly how we wanted them to.” Check back with Braintree Patch on Monday morning for complete coverage of Saturday’s game. Watch a recap of our live coverage here: http://braintree.patch.com/articles/watch-archbishop-williiams-in-state-…
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Archies fall under Hornet onslaught.
After being forced to comeback against Austin Prep in its first round game, the North Reading boys lacrosse team needed to make a statement. Sadly, for Archbishop Williams, the Hornets did just that. In front of an enthusiastic home crowd the Hornets erupted for 10 goals in the second half to bury the Archies 15-6 in a Division 3 quarterfinal at Kenney Field. “They’re a good team,” North Reading coach Chuck Campobasso said of his squad. “I think some people overlook them a little bit. We had to match Archbishop Williams’ intensity, kind of find ourselves a little bit, and at the end of the day play some basic lacrosse.” Senior star, and Eastern Connecticut State recruit, Cody Carbone led the charge for the Hornets in the second half. …
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
The Archbishop Williams team was up 19 points in the fourth, only to fall and then rebound with a win in overtime.