Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Girls Tennis Team Draws Hingham in MIAA Tournament

The #15 seeded SL Girls Tennis Team will travel to Hingham HS on Friday June 1 at 3:30pm

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

MIAA Tournament Updates

  • Boys Lacrosse play @ Foxboro today at 5pm 
  • Game NOT at HS but at Payson Road Field on Payson Road in Foxboro. It has no specific address, but if you GPS the Public Safety building at 8 Chestnut Street, Payson Road is the left immediately after the public safety building. The field is about 1/4-1/2 mile down on the right. Admission: $4 students; $6 adults.

  • Baseball will host North Attleboro on Friday, June 1 at 4pm (no admission)

  • Softball will be the #5 seed
  • They will play the winner of Natick/Bishop Feehan game on Friday June 1. We would host on either Sunday June 3 or Monday June 4.

Friday, May 25, 2012

Tourney Time!

Division 2 East Boys Lacrosse Tournament 

The #23 seed Silver Lake Boys Lacrosse team will travel to #10 seed Foxborough next Tuesday May 29, game time 5pm.
For a complete listing of tournament brackets go to

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

4 Laker teams qualify for tournament

Congratulations to the Girls Tennis, Baseball, Softball, and Boys Lacrosse teams for qualifying for the MIAA tournament. This feat marks the first time in the school's history for the boys lacrosse program who should know this Friday of their opening round opponent. Baseball and Softball have each secured a Partriot League title and will begin tourney play sometime late next week. The girls tennis team qualified today with a 3-2 win over Plymouth North and will be seeded next Tuesday. GO LAKERS!

Friday, May 11, 2012

Concussion crisis growing in girls’ soccer

I was particularly intrigued with this segment on Rock Center the other night.  It finally makes sense to me why we see a number of concussions year in year out with our athletes....weak NECK muscles!  I encourage you to read, watch this segment.....and encourage all of our Silver Lake Athletes to incorporate neck strengthening exercises into your everyday workouts.

Concussion crisis growing in girls’ soccer