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Algonquin Regional High School (Northborough and Southborough)

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School

Hudson High School

Marlborough High School

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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Marlborough over Hudson in season opener

December 12th, 2015

Hudson’s Edrick Meuse looks to the basket as he leaps up to shoot,

Marlborough – The Marlborough High School Panthers boys. basketball team defeated the Hudson High School Hawks by a score of 73-32 in a game played Dec. 11. This was the first game of the season for both teams.

Algonquin girls’ hockey ties Leominster in season opener

December 12th, 2015

Julieanne Sacco (24) tries to sneak the puck past the Leominster goalie.

Marlborough – There are occasions in sports, albeit infrequently and less desirable, that a game ending with teams deadlocked is really not such a bad thing.

The Algonquin Regional High girls’ varsity ice hockey team’s 2-2 tie with powerful Leominster High in the team’s season-opener on Dec. 12 at New England Sports Center may be just one of those instances.

Southborough athlete is a triple-threat at Worcester Academy

December 9th, 2015

Sheila Gadbois
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By John Orrell, Contributing Writer Southborough – One athlete to keep an eye on in the area’s high school sports scene this coming winter and spring is Southborough’s Sheila Gadbois. Gadbois, a sophomore, is a three-season athlete at Worcester Academy (varsity field hockey, varsity hockey and varsity lacrosse) who recently concluded a successful field hockey […]

Marlborough High’s field hockey goalie hopes to inspire future players

December 9th, 2015

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Marlborough – It may be one of the most unheralded positions in any sport and carries risk of injury like no other. Defending a 7-by-12-foot net with padded gloves and little else to stop a small, hard puck traveling up to 70 miles per hour is all in a day’s work. Then there is the mental aspect where often the game’s outcome is on the line and the difficulty to remain steady and not panic is a must should things go badly.

Public invited to ‘Walk with a Doc’

December 3rd, 2015

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Shrewsbury – Did you know that walking for as little as 30 minutes a day can reduce your risk of coronary heart disease, improve your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, elevate your mood, and reduce your risk of osteoporosis, cancer and diabetes? Plus if you walk with others, it makes the time go by […]

Let it snow!

December 1st, 2015

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Shrewsbury – Ski Ward is preparing for the winter season. All that’s needed are a few more days of below freezing temperatures to be ready for winter fun. Photos/Joyce DeWallace

Shrewsbury loses Thanksgiving Day game to Wachusett Regional

November 30th, 2015

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By John Orrell, Contributing Writer Shrewsbury – When the Shrewsbury High varsity football team spoiled the holiday fun for Thanksgiving Day rival Wachusett Regional in 2013 by connecting on an 18-yard TD pass in the end zone as the clock ran out for a 21-20 victory, it set off one of the most frenzied celebrations […]

Algonquin tops Westborough in annual Thanksgiving game

November 26th, 2015

Algonquin’s Billy Polymeros (#3) fights his way into the end zone for a touchdown in the first quarter.

Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks football team defeated the Westborough High School Rangers by a score of 41-0 in their annual Thanksgiving Day meet up. This year’s edition of the game was played at Algonquin Regional.

Marlborough’s senior football players start new tradition

November 25th, 2015

The cutouts honor the team's senior players.

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Marlborough – For high school football teams, the annual Thanksgiving game against their longtime rivals is one of the, if not the biggest, games of the season. For the team’s seniors, many of whom will be hanging up the cleats after the game, it can be especially poignant. But as […]

WHS hosts student-run Special Olympics Bocce Tournament

November 25th, 2015

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Westborough – Around 350 students from across the state gathered at Westborough High School (WHS) Nov. 15 for the Special Olympics Bocce Tournament where attendees enjoyed themselves competing in bocce, mingling in Olympic Town, or having a good time with fellow student council members, best buddies and classmates. For the first time, WHS hosted the tournament, an event overseen by the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils (MASC) and Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA), which has been bringing students from across the state to compete in recreational bocce for four years.

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