King Philip Regional High School

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Hockomock League Championships: Mansfield, Oliver Ames Champs ! Oct 28, 2013

On a crisp, sunny morning at Borderland State Park, the Mansfield boys and the Oliver Ames girls earned team championships at the annual Hockomock League Cross Country Championships.  Owen Gonser and Abbie Seaberg, both from King Philip (KP), both took home individual titles.

Mansfield's Depth Overcomes King Philip's Winners Oct 2, 2013

Owen Gonser and Abby Seaberg were the first to finish for the King Philip Regional High boys' and girls' cross country teams in the Warriors' Hockomock League dual meet with Mansfield Tuesday. However, a half-dozen Hornet boys' runners came across the line as a pack to claim the next six spots behind Gonser as Mansfield (4-0) claimed a 20-43 victory and no less than a share of the Kelley-Rex Division title.

McConville Shines Under the Lights Joe Reardon Oct 14, 2012

Hingham’s Julie McConville found the limelight to her liking at Saturday night’s enormously popular MSTCA Twilight Cross Country Invitational. McConville shook Bishop Feehan’s Abbey McNulty by the mile mark in the small school division and it was a clear route to the finish over the fast, 3.1-mile Barnstable Fairgrounds layout. Her blazing 17:30.6 finish put her well ahead of Tyngsboro runner-up Kerri Keohane (18:06.03) and Renee Caps of Narragansett (18:18.04). McNulty finished fourth in 18:22.11 and Hopkinton’s Shelby Aarden rounded out a solid top five with an 18:34.13. The races were held under the lights on the fairground layout and attracted more than 2,700 harriers from Massachusetts  

NBON BOYS RECAP: Valez National Hammer Champion ! Jun 18, 2012

Greensboro, NC is a long way from TF Green, Manchester, Logan, and Bradley International Airports, the most likely beginning points for the Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut contingents that headed down to New Balance Nationals to run this weekend. The distance didn’t seem to deter any of them from traveling, competing, and then dominating. For a part of the country that makes up a small fraction of its population, the damage it did was significant. Here are just some of the highlights from those states’ athletes that made the journey and competed in the championship events.

Boston Globe Boys' Indoor Track All-Scholastics Apr 1, 2012

The Boston Globe has selected the annual Indoor Track & Field All Scholastics team.  Read about the accomplishments of both the athletes and coaches from this past winter season.   (via www.boston.com)

Mass Top 50: Week #6 Jan 17, 2012

The MileSplitMass database continues to grow as we track performances from around the state.  Check back each week to view the updated list. 

Crimson Chris: Allen heading to Harvard Dec 17, 2011

It has been an exciting week for Chris Allen.  On Sunday, the King Philip senior returned from the Foot Locker National Championships in San Diego where he finished 24th, then on Thursday he received his acceptance letter from Harvard.  Allen made his decision to run for the Crimson earlier than most, and MileSplitMass had the opportunity to ask him a few questions about it.

MA Athletes Among Elite Company at Foot Locker Dec 11, 2011

Very few states can brag about having three athletes compete at the Foot Locker National Championships in one year.  In fact, only Massachusetts, New Jersey, California, and Texas can make claim to the accomplishment in 2011.  When compared based on population, the feat is even more pronounced, and the quality of Massachusetts distance running was truly on display Saturday in San Diego. Jonathan Green (St. John’s High School Shrewsbury), Chris Allen (King Philip High School), and Joel Hubbard (Marshfield High School) represented their state with pride as the three made their first trip across the country to compete in the prestigious individual competition.  

Hockomock League Championships Race Videos Nov 11, 2011

The Hockomock League is one of the most competitive in the state and what happens at their league championships has massive implications for the Eastern Massachusetts Championships.  It was an impressive day of races with more depth on display than expected. Both varsity race videos are posted.

Hockomock League Championship Preview Oct 27, 2011

The variables going into Saturday’s championship are plentiful, and that’s what makes this sport so exciting.  The only way to determine a champion is to race, and the Hockomock League Championships should be one of the best in the state.

Cross Country Q&A - Chris Allen Sep 1, 2011

Chris Allen has only run two cross country races in his lifetime. So how does somebody with such little experience get recognized as one of the best cross country runners in the state?

Who To Watch In Massachusetts Sep 1, 2011

We continue the series with Massachusetts' top runners including defending state champion Wes Gallagher (Pembroke, photo above left), Foot Locker Nationals finalist Catarina Rocha (Peabody, photo above right), Josh Lampron (Mansfield), Chris Allen (King Philip), Marika Crowe (Lincoln-Sudbury) and Annika Gompers (Gann Academy).