King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey is a non-profit USA Hockey-registered community hockey organization for boys and girls from Norfolk, Plainville, Walpole and Wrentham, with a tradition dating back more than 40 years.

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KPW U19A's capture SSC championship

The King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey U19A team captured the South Shore Conference championshipThe King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey U19A team added another notable first to its impressive list of accomplishments by winning the South Shore Conference U19A championship Sunday evening.

KPW knocked off Canton, 3-0, to cap an unbeaten run through the South Shore Conference — 11-0-1 during the regular season before a 6-0 semifinal win over Cape Cod Canal earned a spot in the conference final.

The U19A's previously won the District 3 championship and earned a silver medal at the Massachusetts Hockey state tournament last weekend.

Competing in both the South Shore Conference U19A division and the Middlesex Yankee Conference Girls Hockey League U18 Upper Varsity A division this season, KPW posted a 27-2-1 overall record.

Congratulations to all our players, coaches and families for an outstanding season!

TEAM KPW: Helping our communities through hockey

Hundreds of food donations help local food pantries

King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey partnered with Walpole Coop to donate food to local food pantriesKing Philip Walpole Youth Hockey players and families showed how strong our bond is with our communities by donating more than a ton of food to local food pantries in our first TEAM KPW holiday food donation drive.

To date, more than 210 bags of food have been donated by KPW families and distributed to local pantries helping to feed our neighbors, classmates and friends. Food pantries in Norfolk, Plainville, Walpole and Wrentham support nearly 200 families, and the food donated by KPW families will provide a real, significant and immediate impact.

Several dozen KPW players, along with coaches and team managers, helped fill a rental truck with the donated food Saturday morning.

Walpole Co-operative Bank supplied grocery bags to be filled with nonperishable foods, and will donate $10 per bag to KPW, which is being used to help expand the program's community outreach efforts.

KPW is grateful for the support of our proud partners — Walpole Coop, Day Street Sports, Riverside Sporting Goods at Norfolk Arena, the Norfolk Community League and Conrad's of Walpole — who have made this effort possible.

by posted 11/15/2015
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