DARTMOUTH — The GAME ON Campaign is a powerful initiative involving the renovation of our Hugh Carney Stadium, including artificial turf fields, a new gated entrance plaza, pathways, and more. This project will have a profound impact on students, families, and community. The playing fields primarily support baseball, football, soccer, softball, field hockey, lacrosse, and numerous school events. In addition, athletic training and practices for all Spartan athletes will take place in these renovated facilities. 

Sparty, the Bishop Stang High School mascot, points to the goal to reach to finance the renovations of playing fields there.

On November 5, the Spartans enjoyed their first “GAME ON” when the boys soccer team defeated Monty Tech in the first round of the MIAA tournament.

 They played in front of the huge crowd that came out to cheer them on. Sparty, the school mascot, joined in rooting the team to an 8-2 win.

 Tonight, the Spartans will kick off their first home football game at the newly-renovated Hugh Carney Stadium against West Bridgewater.

Although the field is ready for play, and nearly 80 percent of the fund raising is complete, the school is actively seeking support to reach the $2.1 million cost to complete this transformative project for Bishop Stang. 

If you have any questions about how you can help Bishop Stang finish the field project, visit bishopstang.org/gameon, or contact Jennifer Markey Golden ’86 in the Advancement Office at the school at 508-996-5602 x430, or by email at jgolden@bishopstang.org.