2017-18 season



Back-to-Back Hockomock League Kelly Rex Division Champions

Division One South # 1 seed and MIAA Tournament South Finalist

20-4 overall 15-1 in Hockomock League

Photos from the celebration banquet
(link)

Meet the 2017-18 Girls Basketball Captains

2017-18 Captains
Ann Maher(left) Meg Hill(right)


Team photo

Left to right, back row
42 Maggie Danehy, 12 Olivia Broyles, 25 Maeve Carney, 31 Meg Hill, 20 Lexi Gardner, 21 Steph Kemp, 3 Emily Vigant, 10 Abby Sullivan

Left to right, front row
35 Danielle Skinner, 2 Erin Daniel, 11 Hanna Sternburg, 30 Mady Bendanillo, 14 Jen Peel, 24 Kara Bendanillo, 23 Ann Maher, 4 Sydney Mulkern



Season stats and game storys

(Link)



Championship photo

Banquet Photos

Braintree MIAA Photos

Season Photos

Boys basketball game photos vs Needham

Congratulations Jen!

Player of the Week

Complete story






Game action

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2016-17 Roster
(Link)
Printable roster
(Link)

2016-17 Schedule

(Link)

Game photos link;

updated 2015-16 season
(Link)

2016 Banquet Photos
(Link)

Mansfield Youth basketball 2016
(Photo Link)

Stats and game story

(Link)

Record/History Book

Link

Junior Varity/Freshman page

Team photos and rosters
Link


Excellent local coverage

Attleboro Sun Chronicle
The Sun/Chronicle
(Link)

Hockomocksports.com
Hock Sports


Old Photo Album
(Link)
Photo Album 2013-14
(Link)
Photo Album 2014-15
(Link)




Hall of Fame Web Site




Mansfield High School Girls Basketball Program

Mission statement

Provide student athletes an enjoyable, rewarding experience in athletics that also allows them to develop skills and values that will afford them the opportunity to be successful, contributing members of the 21st century society.
We consider ourselves a "college prep" program on and off the field and we will do everything we can to prepare your son to be accepted to a competitive college or university of his choice and, if interested, to continue his playing career on the college level.

Academics:
Attentive, involved and respectful in the classroom.
Conscientious in completing assignments and preparing for evaluations.
Long-term preparation to earn a college degree and pursue a rewarding career.
Citizenship:
Accept the challenges and responsibilities of leadership.
Be enthusiastic role models for younger student athletes by example.
Become involved in school and community activities.
Volunteer your time to help others who are less able or less fortunate.
Athletics:
Develop an appreciation for hard work, preparation and commitment.
Compete with your best effort and intensity, but always with sportsmanship.
Build teamwork skills and the ability to work toward goals with others.
Represent the school and community with pride and class in all areas.

Win with class, lose with dignity, but never surrender!
Team unity is most important in times of adversity!