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 FOOTBALL MVP AWARD RECIPIENTS
Congratulations to the High School Football MVP Award Recipients

North High School: The "John 'Red' Comer Award" winner was Madison Greene

South High Community School: The "John O’Neil Award" winner was Jordan Barber

Doherty Memorial High School: The "Ralph Raymond Award" winner was Jahkari Carpenter

Burncoat High School:  The "Brian Dougal Award" winner was Nathan Dubay
Burncoat Athletics
Megan Brunelle - Athletic Liaison
Minute Man LogoWelcome to the home of the Patriots!

Pledge to Respect
David Shea - Athletic Director
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Burncoat Sports:
Fall Winter Spring
Crew** B/G Basketball Baseball
B/G Cross Country Dance Crew**
Field Hockey Ice Hockey** Girls' Golf**
Football B/G Indoor Track B/G Lacrosse**
Boy’s Golf Skiing** B/G Outdoor Track
Girls’ Volleyball B/G Swimming** Softball
Wrestling** B/G Tennis
Boys' Volleyball
   
* Co-Op Team
** City Wide Team
Announcements
football
FOOTBALL MVP AWARD RECIPIENTS
Congratulations to the High School Football MVP Award Recipients

North High School: The "John 'Red' Comer Award" winner was Madison Greene

South High Community School: The "John O’Neil Award" winner was Jordan Barber

Doherty Memorial High School: The "Ralph Raymond Award" winner was Jahkari Carpenter

Burncoat High School: The "Brian Dougal Award" winner was Nathan Dubay
Gym equipment
STARTING A NEW SPORT:
Any parent, student, coach or other individual interested in starting a new sport at their school must submit a letter to either the Athletic Liaison or Principal of their school. The letter should include the new sport, the level of play, a petition signed by students who are interested in the sport, and the reason/s why the school should consider adding this sport to the current sports offered at the school. Continue...
Rule 53 Waiver Approved
Rule 53 Waiver Approved by the District E Committee
Worcester Public School students in grade 8 are now allowed to participate in freshman and JV sports and in varsity sports where a sub varsity program doesn’t exist. However, this will not be allowed if the team is a cooperative one. (6/29/10)

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