Hockomock

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Hockomock League
... The Hockomock League, colloquially referred to as the Hock, is an interscholastic high school athletic league located in Southeastern Massachusetts ... All Hockomock League member schools are public secondary schools and also members of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association ... Taunton joined the Hockomock League in 2012 ...
Franklin High School (Massachusetts) - Athletics
... Athletic Director Brad Sidwell League Hockomock Accomplishments Cheerleading Spirit International Championships Wrestling 9 State Championships and the only. 2010 Baseball Division 1 South Sectional Champions - 2011 Boys Basketball Hockomock Champions - 2012 Fall Sports Cheerleading Cross country Field hockey Football Golf ...
Hockomock Swamp - History
... During the seventeenth century, the Hockomock Swamp was used as a fortress by the Wampanoag, the predominating tribe of natives in the area, against invasion by early white settlers ... They named it Hockomock meaning "place where spirits dwell" ... The paranormal enthusiast community considers the Hockomock Swamp part of the "Bridgewater Triangle." ...
Lake Nippenicket
... and a good-size portion of it is included with the Hockomock Swamp Wildlife Management Area ... Canoe River Cedar Swamp River Cocasset River Cotley River Forge River Hockomock River Matfield River Mill River Nemasket River Rumford River Salisbury Plain River ...
Hockomock River
... The Hockomock River is a 3.6-mile-long (5.8 km) stream in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts ... Hockomock is said to mean "Place where Spirits Dwell" in the Wampanoag language ... The river arises in the Hockomock Swamp, and flows south to its confluence with the Town River which eventually joins the Taunton River to empty into Mount Hope Bay ...