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Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School

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St. John’s High School, Shrewsbury

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Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School, Marlborough

St. Mark’s School, Southborough

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Spotlight Athlete: Hunter Reynolds

December 26th, 2016

Hunter Reynolds (Photo/submitted)

What are your earliest football-related memories?

“I first started playing in seventh grade, and the earliest football memory I have is my first interception. At the time, I didn’t run very well, so I only made it about 20 yards on what could’ve been a big play.”

Senior-friendly sport thrives in Marlborough

December 26th, 2016

Carol Walsh and a teammate both try to hit a ball back over the net during a game of pickleball at Fore Kicks in Marlborough.

Marlborough – Trudy Durand had played tennis for more than 60 years before she picked up a new sport last summer – pickleball At 85, Durand is one of the oldest members of a group of people of diverse ages who play pickleball at Ward Park and the Fore Kicks sports complex in Marlborough. The […]

Grafton boys’ basketball holds off late run by Hudson

December 22nd, 2016

Hudson’s Joey Camaratta and Tim Person wrestle for a rebound with Grafton’s Kyle Sawtelle.

By Jeff Slovin,  Contributing Writer/Photographer Grafton – The Grafton High School Indians boys’ basketball team held off a late surge by the Hudson High School Hawks to win their home opener by a score of 61-59 in a game played Dec. 19. After trailing by 11 at the end of the third quarter, Hudson pulled […]

Athlete Spotlight: Rahul Razdan of Shrewsbury High School

December 16th, 2016

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“My earliest tennis memory was when I won my first level six tournament in USTA [United States Tennis Association], and I managed to reach the top 20 in USTA in the under 12 division. Personally, I was confident in my skills, so I was not too worried. It was a fun experience that I was able to have, and it felt good.”

Westborough High swim team ready to build off last season’s success

December 15th, 2016

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Westborough / Worcester – What may be currently the most successful sport at Westborough High based on wins and losses may also be, some say, the one that most often flies under the radar in terms of recognition and fan support.

Algonquin boys’ varsity hockey hopes to live up to last season’s success

December 14th, 2016

(l to r) Algonquin Regional boys varsity ice hockey senior captains Kevin Reale, Nate Anderson, and John Paterson. Photo/John Orrell

Northborough – Nearly nine months have passed since the Algonquin Regional High boys’ varsity ice hockey team stepped on to TD Garden ice to face Eastern Mass. champion Hanover with a state championship on the line.

Shrewsbury loses to Duxbury in Super Bowl game

December 4th, 2016

Shrewsbury’s Connor McAulay keeps motoring forward as several Duxbury defenders try to bring him down.

Shrewsbury / Foxborough – They entered this year’s Division 2 Super Bowl billed as perhaps the most dominant team spread across all divisions; an offensive and defensive juggernaut seeking to leave their mark upon any opponent standing in their way. So to almost no one’s surprise, when the dust settled on their impressive 40-7 romp over Shrewsbury High, there would be few doubters remaining standing that would challenge those prognosticators point of view.

Grafton falls to Hanover in state Division 3 Super Bowl

December 4th, 2016

Grafton’s Ethan Farrah flies through the air after being tripped up while carrying the ball.

Foxboro – The Grafton Indians earned their berth in the state Division 3 Super Bowl game at Gillette Stadium by virtue of their perfect 12-0 record through the regular season and playoff run.

Shrewsbury High will face Duxbury in Super Bowl matchup at Gillette

November 28th, 2016

Shrewsbury – High school football played in the month of December can mean only one thing – state championship matchups hosted at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough.

Shrewsbury High School is one of those teams making the trip to the home of the NFL’s New England Patriots Saturday, Dec. 3, where the Mid-Wachusett A, Central Mass. and Sectional Division 2 champion Colonials will lock horns with South champion Duxbury High School.

Shrewsbury High School coach honored by Patriots

November 28th, 2016

Coach John Aloisi (center) with Andre Tippett (right) and the team’s captains

Shrewsbury – After leading the Colonials to post a convincing 42-12 victory over Westfield in the State Semifinal of the 2016 MIAA Tournament to advance to the Division 2 Super Bowl Championship, Shrewsbury High School football head coach John Aloisi was named Nov. 22 as the New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week.

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