Vote for the South Shore High School Girls’ Game of the Week


As high school sports teams kick off a whole new season this winter, it’s time to unveil a new project up to the task.

The concept is quite simple, as is its name: “Game of the week for high school girls”.

Sounds good, doesn’t it?

Each week we’ll be posting a poll with a few high school games to choose from for me, Jason Snow, to cover. Coverage will span from written stories, photo galleries and highlight videos. It will be a little different every week, it’s an evolving process.

The survey is extended to all women’s winter sports: basketball, ice hockey, winter track or gymnastics.

Following:State champions and exceptional seasons: final ranking of the Top 10 in women’s soccer in the South Shore

Regardless of how it is covered (video, writing, etc.), an MVP Ledger will be chosen to reward and highlight an outstanding player in the game / match.

Let’s start here.

Do you want your hometown game to be covered? Email your nominations weekly to [email protected] and vote for the finalists in a poll below. The choice is yours!

This week’s candidates are …


Rockland at Hanover Women’s Basketball, 6.30am: Both teams have come a long way in their league tournaments last year. The Hawks won the Patriot Cup while the Bulldogs fell in the semi-finals of the South Shore League Cup.

Following:HS GIRLS BASKETBALL: Hanover beats Whitman-Hanson and wins Patriot Cup

Newton North at Bridgewater-Raynham Women’s Basketball, 6:30 a.m .: These two teams hope to be in the Division 1 title mix this winter.

Following:Bridgewater-Raynham High girls’ basketball loses Shay Bollin and Amber Silva to injury


Pembroke Women’s Hockey Scituate, 5 p.m. (Hobomock Arena): Last year, the Sailors pulled off a surprise against a strong Titan team. Pembroke reached the Patriot Cup final last season.

Weymouth at Cohasset Women’s Basketball, 6 p.m .: Lots of young aspiring stars in this game.

Voting ends Friday at 10 a.m.


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