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“Coach of the Year” leaving Shrewsbury High

Shrewsbury - In his second year coaching the girl's cross country team at Shrewsbury High School (SHS), St. John's graduate Ryan McCaffrey earned the Coach of the Year honor from the Massachusetts State Track Coaches Association. McCaffrey's passion for running derives from his parents love for it. After the passing of his father Michael in 2007, Ryan began running in the Boston Marathon, raising money for the Dana Farber Marathon Challenge in his father's memory.

Pomeroy excelling in role for Bravehearts

By John Orrell, Contributing Writer Worcester – A quality, late-inning reliever who can throw strikes, leave men on base and set the stage for the...

Shrewsbury Parks & Rec 2011 Winter Youth Basketball now open

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury Parks & Recreation has announced that 2011 Winter Youth Basketball program is now open to students in grades 3 to 9...

Shrewsbury grads will use lessons learned in gymnastics as they head to college

Shrewsbury – Three recent Shrewsbury High School graduates, who are students of the Gymnastics Learning Center (GLC) in Shrewsbury are prime examples that devotion to a sport they love leads to rewards. Sydney Malko, Alexandra Smyrnios and Reilly Peloquin, have received awards on the state, regional, and national levels, but have gained rewards in life as well.

Hawks shut out rival Panthers

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer Hudson - The Hudson High School Hawks softball team hosted the Marlborough High School Panthers for their traditional Memorial Day...

Softball championship is Assabet's first-ever state title

Worcester - The Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Aztecs met the St. Mary's High School Spartans for the Mass. Division 3 state softball title June 15 at Rockwood Field on the campus of Worcester State University in Worcester.

Athlete of the Week: Algonquin's Drew Beland

"I like to be a leader to put people in other positions. I feel like I have a good work ethic and work hard at practice. I like to see other people improve - it's good for them, as well as the team."

Director says new baseball complex will be a win for region

Westborough – Every spring, thousands of young players take to the local baseball diamonds to play the game they love. Now, thanks to a new program based in Northborough, the New England Ruffnecks, those players who desire to pursue their passion to another level will have the chance to do so. At the Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce meeting Sept. 18 Steven August, the director of the Ruffnecks and the facility where the program is based, the New England Baseball Complex (NEBC), shared his story of how a dream that was in process for 12 years finally became a reality.

Athlete Spotlight: Alex Fisher

By Ryan Massad, Contributing Writer School: Saint John's Year: 2014 Sport: Basketball Notable Stat: Averaged 10 points per game, good for 5th best in the Central Mass Conference What...

Historic Southborough Golf Club open during renovations

Southborough - People driving by the busy construction site for the new Public Facility building on Route 85 in Southborough would be hard pressed to...