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Algonquin Regional High School (Northborough and Southborough)

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School

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Shrewsbury High School

St. John’s High School, Shrewsbury

Westborough High School

Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School, Marlborough

St. Mark’s School, Southborough

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St. John’s hands Shrewsbury first defeat of the season

January 11th, 2016

Shrewsbury High School's Adam Twitchell (l) is thwarted by St. John's High School's goalkeeper Corey Splaine (r).

Westborough – The undefeated Shrewsbury High School Colonials hosted their cross-town rivals St. John’s High School Pioneers at Northstar Ice Sports Jan 9.

Algonquin gymnastics hosts Marlborough and Hudson

January 7th, 2016


Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School gymnastics team hosted a meet Jan. 6 that included both the Marlborough High School and Hudson High School teams. Algonquin came out on top with a score of 133, followed by Marlborough with 130.6 and Hudson with 122.1.

Marlborough Men’s Softball League planning reunion

January 6th, 2016

The Marlborough Men’s Softball League’s 1977 travelling team: (front, l to r) Paul Busa, Albie Risotti, Bob Kayes, Kevin Carter, Glen "Whit" Whittemore, Andy Dallamora, (back l to r) Bob Gorman, Byron Reynolds, Steve Row, Mike Wellen, Ed Walsh, Robbie Wellen, Charlie Jaworek, Len Bizzarro, Don Boule and Mitch Gott. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Glen “Whitt” Whittemore fondly remembers playing in the Marlborough Men’s Softball League. He’s looking forward to the league’s upcoming reunion for all of the teams’ players from approximately 1973 to ’83. In the meantime, he and the reunion planning committee are searching for more league participants to invite.

Algonquin swim team off to great start

January 6th, 2016

Ethan McRae

Region – It may be one of the most prolific high school consecutive win streaks that this region has seen in modern times. If records were kept on such accomplishments, it would be a lock that what the Algonquin Regional High varsity swim team has achieved is unparalleled in any area sport.

Shrewsbury girls’ hockey shuts out Algonquin-Hudson

January 5th, 2016

Shrewsbury’s Delaney Couture brings the puck down the ice

Marlborough – The Shrewsbury Pioneers girls’ ice hockey team defeated the Algonquin-Hudson Tomahawks by a score of 3-0, in a game played January 4 at the New England Sports Center.

Marlborough tops tough St. John’s team

January 4th, 2016

St. John’s Sean Burke (#33) shoots as Marlborough’s Alex Trombetta (#11) goes up to block.

Shrewsbury – The visiting Marlborough High School Panthers boys basketball team handed the St. John’s High School Pioneers their first loss of the season Jan. 2, as they won a hard-fought battle that had the feel of a playoff game by a score of 55-47.

Shrewsbury boys’ hockey triumphs over Marlborough

December 31st, 2015

Marlborough’s Ryan MacGlashing fights off Shrewsbury’s Tom Abbott (left) and Pat Kelly (right) as he tries to make a play for the puck.

Marlborough – The visiting Shrewsbury High School Colonials boys ice hockey team defeated the Marlborough High School Panthers by a score of 4-1 in a New Year’s Eve matchup played at Navin Arena.

With win, Shrewsbury boys’ basketball hopes to turn the page

December 31st, 2015

Shrewsbury's Dillon Zona (left)  tries to get past Doherty's Marty Silvera (right).

By John Orrell, Contributing Writer Worcester – The climb is the steepest of the steep for any winter sports team that remains winless once the calendar turns the page into the new year. The odds of qualifying for district post-season play without at least one win under the belt grow long. Such was the situation […]

St. John’s wins Laska Yuletide Invitational

December 31st, 2015

St. John's Tyler Mola (right) defends against Wachusett's Luke Lindholm (left).

Worcester – Saint John’s High boys’ varsity basketball head coach Bob Foley will admit in all candor and humility that it never gets old. It never has nor will it ever be.

Algonquin girls’ basketball prevails over Shrewsbury

December 29th, 2015

Shrewsbury’s Janey Mullins (#12, white) keeps the ball away from Algonquin’s Maddie Collins (#13)

Shrewsbury – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks girls’ basketball team defeated the Shrewsbury High School Colonials by a score of 41-31 in a game played on December 28.

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