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Shrewsbury Road Scholars 5K benefits schools

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Shrewsbury – Over 300 participants of all ages start the seventh annual Shrewsbury Road Scholars 5K and One-Mile Fun Run held April 6, beginning...

Girard to run Boston Marathon to support Claudia Adams Barr Program

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Marlborough - Amie Girard (Ginnetti) and her family have been longtime residents of Marlborough. On Monday April 20, Amie will be running with hundreds...

Athlete Spotlight: Shrewsbury junior Jay Reynolds

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Team: Shrewsbury High varsity baseball Coach: Lee Diamantopoulos Notable 2012 Stats: 4 - 3 record with 53 strikeouts and a 2.07 ERA What is your favorite baseball memory? "One of my earliest and most favorable memories playing baseball was pitching in the town championship game as a 12-year-old." What other sports do you participate in? "Along with baseball, I also play football and run indoor track in the winter."

Athlete Spotlight: Devan Michael

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By Ryan Massad, Contributing Writer School: Shrewsbury High Sport: Lacrosse Coach: Erica McMahon   After scoring 88 goals last season, the Captain Colonial looks forward to her Senior season,...

Golfers come out to support Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest

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Marlborough - Golfers are notorious for playing in just about all sorts of weather, so when 144 of them gathered at the Marlborough Country Club July 18, they were not fazed by the hot and humid conditions.

Shrewsbury gearing up for ninth annual Turkey Trot

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Shrewsbury - The ninth annual Turkey Trot for the Memory will be held at 8 a.m. Thanksgiving morning Thursday, Nov. 28, beginning on Shrewsbury...

Marlborough gymnastics defeats Westborough

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  Northborough - The Marlborough High School girls’ varsity gymnastics team defeated Westborough High School with a final score of 133 to 126.9 in a...

Thanks to Main Street Bank, over 700 kids get chance to play basketball

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Marlborough  – The Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest (BGCMW) is celebrating the end of a great season for the local Youth Basketball Program,...

Shrewsbury Youth Soccer Boys team competes in state competition

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Shrewsbury - The Shrewsbury Boys U12 Division 1 Soccer team capped off their regular season by defeating Uxbridge 5-1 in the Midland Area Youth...

Northborough sixth grade boys basketball team captures division title

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By Chris Wilson, Contributing Writer Northborough – Following a 43-31 victory over Concord-Carlisle on Sunday, March 14, Northborough’s sixth grade boys basketball team took home...

Hudson wins Division 3 championship

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By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer Hudson - Hudson High School won the MIAA Central Division 3 baseball championship in a against Bay Path High School, 3-2,...

POSTPONED – Algonquin to host Jimmy Fund Putting for Patients event in Northborough

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Northborough - The Algonquin Regional High School’s Student Council will be holding a Putting for Patients Event in coordination with the Jimmy Fund on...

Shrewsbury High celebrates receiving Special Olympics banner

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By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Shrewsbury – The mood at Shrewsbury High School (SHS) on Nov. 19 was celebratory as the school officially received...

Players honor Art Ward

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Worcester - Before the Shrewsbury High School Colonials boys' hockey team played the Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks at the DCU Center Jan 11, Shrewsbury resident and long-time hockey coach Art Ward was recognized. Ward, who suffered a stroke in 2011, was a standout player at St. John's High School and Fairfield University and continued to coach hundreds of other young players in the area.

St. John’s football tops Marlborough

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By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer Shrewsbury - The St. John’s High School Pioneers defeated the Marlborough High School Panthers by a score of 27-13 in...

Algonquin basketball teams take two from Westborough

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Northborough - The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks boys and girls basketball teams defeated the Westborough High School Rangers in back-to-back games played Jan. 3.

Algonquin's Dick Walsh looks back on coaching career

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Northborough - Sometimes, it is nice to reflect. Especially when you can reflect on 23 years of steering the ship for the Algonquin football team. Dick Walsh first started coaching at the high school in Northborough in 1957, when it was known as "Northborough High School."

Algonquin basketball teams pull off dramatic wins over Shrewsbury

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Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks boys’ and girls’ basketball teams defeated the Shrewsbury High School Colonials in back-to-back games Feb. 6. The combination of senior night for Algonquin, the spirited crowd and the music of the pep band provided the extra bit of magic the Tomahawks needed to pull off two dramatic wins.

Local boys to compete in World Lacrosse Festival

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Region - For three local boys, lacrosse is more than a sport to play, it's a passion. Twins Noah and Nick Larsen of Northborough and Matthew Gilliatt of Grafton have been playing lacrosse for more than half their lives. When they enter seventh grade this fall they'sl be able to say they'se played the game at the highest level in the world. The three boys will travel to Denver, Col. for the World Lacrosse Festival which will be held in conjunction with the World Lacrosse Championship (WLC) June 10-19.

Westborough senior earns scholarship and breaks barriers

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By Kate Tobiasson, Contributing Writer Westborough - Anna Savage knows that to keep her balance, she has to keep moving. This local Westborough High School senior...