by Joey Cook
Football – The North Attleboro Red Rocketeers are off to a fantastic start. At 4-0 in the Kelley-Rex division and 6-0 overall, the Rocketeers seem unstoppable. Notable wins include beating their rival Attleboro, 14-0, then defeating Taunton, 44-20, to win Hockomock the title. The Red Rocketeers have proven they are the best team in the Hock. With Mansfield (4-2), coming up on Friday, October 23, the Rocketeers will have to play their best to finish this season undefeated.
Golf – North Attleboro’s Golf Team is 5-5 in the division but 7-6 overall. North lost their final match of the regular season against the 16-0 Oliver Ames. Although they lost, Junior David Colasanti shot a team low of 36, followed by Captain Patrick Silvia with a 39.
Boys’ Soccer – Unfortunately, with just one win against Taunton, the Red Rocketeers Boys Soccer Team is 1-10-2. Their next game is against the 8-3 Mansfield Hornets on 10/23 at 3:30 pm.
Girls’ Soccer – The Rocketeers Girls Soccer Team, 9-3-2, has been playing fantastic. With senior captains Grace Guertin and Allie Grinavic leading the team, the Rocketeers are in third place in the Kelley Rex division, only behind Franklin and Mansfield. The Rocketeers recently picked up a win against King Philip. Next on their schedule will be Mansfield on 10/23 and the girl’s hope to continue their win streak.
Volleyball – Red Rocketeers volleyball are off to a 9-8 start. Recently losing 3-0 to King Philip, the Rocketeers hope to get back on the winning grind as they face off against Mansfield on 10/22.
Field Hockey – North Attleboro’s field hockey team wishes they got off to a better start. The team is 3-7-3. They recently lost to King Philip, 2-1, but face off next against Mansfield on 10/22 and hope to get at least one more win.
Boys’ Cross Country – Boys’ Cross Country finished their season with a 2-3 record. The boys picked up wins against King Philip and Franklin, but fell short to Attleboro, Mansfield and Taunton.
Girls’ Cross Country – The girls finished their season in third place in the Kelley-Rex Division. They finished with a 3-2 record, picking up wins against Taunton, Attleboro and Mansfield, but losing to King Philip and Franklin.