Jonathan Dickerman’s Journey to Varsity

By Danny Emerman (Online Editor-in-Chief).  As a freshman, Jonathan Dickerman desperately wanted to make the volleyball team, but he wasn’t confident enough to try out. Three years later and  100 pounds lighter, Dickerman is the only boy on the Sharon High volleyball squad. “I took on the matriarchy and won,” Dickerman said jokingly. He speculates that his gender could have been a factor in previous years when he did not earn a spot on the team.

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SHSTC to Break Boundaries with Hairspray This Fall

Mira K. Blumen (A&E Editor). The Sharon High School Theatre Company has never shied away from edgy shows. Last year, Clint Lee portrayed the first homosexual character to grace the stage of the school’s Arthur E. Collins auditorium in Spamalot. And the company’s productions of Shrek: The Musical, Little Shop of Horrors, and Spamalot all featured male students in women’s roles.  

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Eagles Hold Off Stoughton 4-2

By Danny Emerman (Online Editor-in-Chief). Despite a second half surge from the Stoughton Black Knights, the Sharon Eagles dominated the play and secured a 4-2 victory on a cold, muddy Wednesday afternoon. Fueled by goals from Ben Stamm, Ian Camilli, Andrew Reyes-Jones, and Jeffrey Gao, the Eagles posted by far the best offensive performance of the season.

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Eagles Win Defensive Battle vs. Cardinal Spellman

By Alex Lefkowitz (Sports Editor). Brockton, MASS — After allowing a touchdown early in the second quarter, the Sharon Eagles defense did not allow a single point the rest of the game in their primetime matchup at Cardinal Spellman. Going into the game, both teams knew it was going to be a physical battle fought in the trenches, but it was Sharon who came out on top, 12-7.

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