Frosh Scores Five as Belmont Girls’ Soccer Blitz Watertown in Opener

Wasn’t it once when high school freshmen were nervous types that were pretty much hopeless during the first week of school? Someone from Watertown should have told Belmont High School’s Carey Allard that observation before the Belmont High School Girls’ Soccer season opener on Saturday morning, Sept. 6 as the 9th grader scored five goals […]

Belmont Field Hockey Battles Watertown Tough in Opening Game

Belmont High School Field Hockey Head Coach Jessica Smith said she preferred to play a strong team to begin the season “as a way to know early where we stand.” On Friday, Sept. 7, on one of the hottest days of the summer, you couldn’t select a tougher challenge: playing the four-time consecutive state champions, […]

Belmont Volleyball Drops Home Opener to Bedford

After a straight-set win over Div. 1 hosts Waltham High on Wednesday, Sept. 3, the Belmont High School Volleyball Marauders came close to doubling this season’s victory tally against visiting Bedford High Friday, Sept. 5. But Belmont’s lack of a go-to player – one who can pick up a side out or score a point with raw power when […]

New Turf Gets First Game Use With Girls’ Soccer Tussle

Paul Graham was in fine voice on Tuesday, Aug. 26, as his latest edition of the Belmont High School Girls’ Soccer took to Harris Field for the season’s first scrimmage against Westford Academy. “We can’t do that!” said Graham to the Belmont defenders who scurried back into position as assistant coach Stacie Marino took note of the performance of […]

Turning the White Field House from Dank to Swank

For generations of Belmont High School athletes, the White Field House was known for being a dank and dingy building where the lockers were old and narrow and the interior dark and smelly. What a difference a summer of hard work – and approximately $100,000 in contributions and in-kind contributions – can do. Through the […]

Helping Repair A Place in Belmont History

Nineteen-year-old Army Private James Paul White – known by his friends as “Whitey” – had seen his share of war in just the month he spent on the front lines in 1944. White – a member of Co. G, 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division, “The Big Red One,” – had fought as part of the US Army’s advance […]

Belmont on the Run: 13th Brendan Home Run This Sunday

Why not celebrate this coming Fathers Day this Sunday by: Running a quick five kilometers, Helping Belmont’s own Brendan Grant Foundation, and Having one final romp on the Harris Field track and turf before it gets torn to pieces during its renovation! Better yet, why not do all three at the same time by signing up to run the […]

Jones Races in Finals in All-State 200 meters

Belmont High School junior Max Jones raced home to a seventh place finish in the finals of the 200 meters in 22.57 seconds in the MIAA All State Outdoor Track and Field Championships held on Saturday, June 7 at Bridgewater State University. His time was a personal best this year, beating his 23.05 which was […]

Belmont High Runners Heading to Saturday’s All-State Meet

After coming off impressive placements and times at the Eastern Massachusetts Division 3 championships this past weekend, four Belmont High School runners and a girls’ relay team will be heading to Bridgewater on Saturday, June 7, to compete in the MIAA All-State Championships. After finishing second in both events, Marauder freshman Julia Cella is ranked 14th in the […]

Harris Field Resurfacing Starts on June 16

It’s official: Belmont High School’s Harris Field and the running tack at the Concord Avenue Athletic Complex will be closed for its long anticipated renovations beginning on Monday, June 16, according to Judi Carmody, business manager of the Belmont Department of Public Works.  The work is expected to last until Aug. 15, a week before the […]