Photos from Hingham High’s Homecoming

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Photos from Hingham High’s Homecoming

Junior Owen O’Brien takes the snap. Most of Hingham’s plays were running plays, many of which going for over ten yards.

Junior Owen O’Brien takes the snap. Most of Hingham’s plays were running plays, many of which going for over ten yards.

Jake Bednarski

Junior Owen O’Brien takes the snap. Most of Hingham’s plays were running plays, many of which going for over ten yards.

Jake Bednarski

Jake Bednarski

Junior Owen O’Brien takes the snap. Most of Hingham’s plays were running plays, many of which going for over ten yards.

Jake Bednarski and Will Sutton

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On Saturday, October 20th, Hingham High hosted homecoming games for varsity field hockey, varsity girls and boys soccer, and varsity football. Field hockey took on Milton High School, winning 4-1. Girls soccer won 2-0 over Quincy High School, and football beat Quincy 31-6. Unfortunately, boys soccer lost to Quincy High School 1-2. Senior Jack Morrissey, who attended the games, says his biggest takeaway is that “Our school is good at sports.” Senior Pat Cronin, who also watched the football game, explains, “It was a lot of fun.”

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