Actually, the Rebels didn't need home field advantage, or for the game to be played in an even year in order to beat the stuffing out of the Needham Rockets on Friday, September 19 by a score of 33-0. For the second game in a row, the Rebels dominated every phase of the game. Oh yeah, remember that third phase of the game that coaches mention but people don't really pay attention to: SPECIAL TEAMS? Well, Walpole's Special Teams along with Coach Dave Cuzzi would get the game ball for the outstanding performance in kick coverage, kick returns, kick-offs, extra points, punts - the whole package.
Come golf and support our efforts to provide scholarships to Walpole students! Register now for the Joe Morgan Golf Tournament benefiting the Walpole Scholarship Foundation (presented by Walpole Cooperative Bank) on Monday, October 6, 2014 at Walpole Country Club.
About the only thing the Foxboro Warriors could break through last night was the paper banner held by their cheerleaders as they ran onto the field to start the game. After that, the vaunted Warrior offense was shut down by a Rebel defense that looked strong all over the field. The Rebels showed dominance in every phase of their season opener, winning 31-8 over Foxboro last night at Turco Field.
In a mere two days, the 2014 Walpole Rebels will take the hallowed ground of Turco Field to begin another season of high school football excellence. This story may repeat itself, but it never, ever gets old. Every year when a new Rebel football team prepares for the battles of the Bay State League and beyond, every year we fans are treated to some of the best high school football has to offer. Our program is different - Walpole has a higher set of expectations than many high schools around. To achieve those goals, our athletes train and play harder, our coaches study longer and prepare more, and our parents and fans devote more energy to the program than what most other programs can match. The dedication and effort bears out our Motto: Pride - Tradition - Excellence year after year after year! Need proof? Since John Lee took over the program, Walpole has a winning record of 393 Wins 87 Losses and 5 Ties, for a .815 winning percentage.Read More
Varsity Preseason Football Camp Schedule. Varsity report Monday, August 18 at 7:30 am. Freshmen report at 7:45 am and will be given their full schedule then.Read More
As you all know, the boys have been working hard preparing for the upcoming season attending “Gut Camp” this summer. Gut Camp will be done next week as we get ready to start formal practices. We have a number of outstanding players that have not paid the $150 fee. Payment is due before camp ends next week. Pay online or by mail.Read More
Please drop off your beverages on Monday August 25 or Wednesday, August 27, from 5:00-7:00 pm.Read More
Elizabeth Grady of Needham is our 2014 Corporate Sponsor for this year’s Walpole Gridiron and Rebel Football Alumni Golf Tournament. We would like to thank owner and Rebel Football parent Maureen Blume for her generosity and support of this year’s tournament.Read More
Tonight begins a four day Smörgåsbord of Walpole High School athletics the likes of which we have never seen before.
This new MIAA schedule is turning out to be more interesting than we first thought. The Rebels continue their trek through unchartered waters Friday night when the Hingham Harbormen come to Turco Field. As this is only the third home game of the season, we hope Coach Greener can find the home uniforms in time to host the Patriot League representatives, currently sporting a 4-5 record.
Who are the Hingham Harbormen you ask?
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