Spartan Fall Sports Wrap-up


Charlie Chinian, Author

Boys’ soccer

The boys’ soccer team  had a solid season. With a record of 6-10, the team faced many obstacles throughout the season. The team is looking forward to next season.

One of the strongest games they had was a game at Clinton. They won 3-0 and had goals from three different players: Lucas Suarez, Sam Gunsales and Bryce Berry. 

Girls’ Soccer

The girls’ soccer team has had a tough year dealing with many injuries and other obstacles. With one game left they are 4-8-3. 

The girls’ ended the season with a strong effort against Lunenburg tying 0-0. 

Some big news from the team is senior, Macy Litalien committed to play Division 2 soccer in college at New Haven University. She was one of the leaders of the Spartans this year. 

Field Hockey

The field hockey team finished the regular season 9-4-3. They have had a strong season. The field hockey team has been one of the schools strongest sports in years past and there is no change this year. 

The field hockey team won their first two playoff games and will play Sutton on Wednesday in the District semi finals. 


The golf team has been the strongest sport this fall. The team finished the regular season 14-1-1.

The team has a lot of depth so even if someone has an off day, the whole team can step up. 

In playoffs, the Spartans took the central mass division 2 championship home. 

The team fell short in the state championship but had a great season and still won the league championship. 


The football team has been on a hot streak. With a record of 5-2, they are tied for second place in their division. They have had some great games and great performances. 

In a four-game winning streak, the team beat Auburn, Hudson, Clinton and Quabbin with ease. All four of those games were blowouts by the Spartans. 

Before the season, there was a lot of questions about who would take, first team all state, Justin Jameson’s spot at running back. Xavien Dean has shut down any questions or doubt. He is second in central mass in rushing yards and touchdowns. He has been a huge brightspot for the football team who is looking to make a run at states this year. 

The football team enters playoffs as the number 1 seed and plays Quabbin in a home game on Friday. 

Cross Country

The boys’ cross country team is 6-0. Outrunning their opponents in every meet, everyone of the team has been running extremely well.

They recently won the Championship at Hollis Hills.  

The girls’ cross country team is 3-2. They are all working their hardest and running their fastest. Working to leave their opponents in the dust and get better everyday.

Fiona Picone finished in first place during league championships.

Unified Basketball

The Unified Basketball team is one of the best programs at Oakmont. The team has played two games so far. Everyone on the team always has a big smile on their face as they are playing. 

“It’s fun and different from regular basketball and everyone is always having fun,” said Marty Steucek who is a member of the team. He also said, “We get a big fan section every game everyone seems to enjoy watching the game.” Every game always has a huge fan section of students cheering on the team.