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After being knocked out of the Zone 4 playoffs, Shrewsbury Post 397 is heading to the American Legion World Series.
Cheers filled the Las Vegas Convention Center as five girls from Westborough and two from Northborough competed at this year’s USA ...
As Coach David Fioretti saw it, the Algonquin 11-year-old District All Stars played their best game last week when they faced off ...
Northborough has a new, young karate champion after 8-year-old Smit Roy won a gold medal at the National Karate Championships in ...
The Marlborough Shamrocks beat the Boston Bandits 26-6 at home at Kelleher Field on Saturday to improve to 3-1 on the year.
The Hudson Legion Post 100 baseball team fell to Milford on Thursday on the road at Fino Field in Milford. The loss snaps a Hudson win-streak.
A busy day of baseball ended with a pair of wins for the Shrewsbury Legion Post 397 team on Friday in Framingham.
Gathered under the lights at Casey Field in Northborough last week, Shrewsbury and Northborough’s Challenger Baseball teams faced off.
Several dozen high school student athletes were recently honored as MidWach League all-stars following the spring sports season.
The Hudson Post 100 American Legion Baseball team defeated Northborough on Thursday, securing a narrow 2-1 victory on the road.
Shrewsbury’s Oak Middle School softball team recently completed its first undefeated season, notching an unbeaten 14-0 record.
Saint John’s will inaugurate a new Thanksgiving football tradition with a game against the Malden Catholic Lancers on Nov. 23.
The WHS girls tennis then saw its season come to an end without a state championship trophy in the state finals on Saturday.
The Westborough boys tennis team came up just short in its bid for a state title on Saturday, falling to Concord-Carlisle.
Both the WHS boys and girls tennis teams will head to Cambridge on Monday for their respective Division II state championship competitions.
The SHS baseball team beat Lincoln-Sudbury at home to move one step further in this year's state championship tournament.
The St. John's boys lacrosse team will continue its state championship bid this month after beating Central Catholic High School.
Westborough's girls tennis season will continue after a 5-0 sweep of Walpole in their Round of 32 state tournament match on Tuesday.
The WHS boys tennis team swept its way into the next round of the state championship tournament on Monday with a win over King Phillip.
Algonquin High School baseball will continue its season tomorrow after a preliminary round victory in the state playoffs.