Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Woman golfer honored by Marlborough Country Club

Marlborough - "She is a legend." "She's amazing." "She's an athlete." "She is one of the best golfers I have ever played with." These are a few of the accolades and comments of admiration made by friends, relatives and members of the Marlborough Country Club as they gathered to honor Fay (Dumas) DeRuvo at a special dedication ceremony recently.

Northborough Recreation seeks volunteers for spring sports

Northborough - Northborough Recreation is looking for volunteers this spring for Challenger Baseball and Youth Flag Football. Parents or kids ages 16 and up are wanted to volunteer to coach a flag football team for grades four and five. Northborough Recreation will train volunteers on the rules but those with an understanding of football are preferred. Games are between 4:30 and 7 p.m. on Sundays for one hour from May 8 to June 19.

Football and cheerleading sign-ups

Region-There's one month left to register for the 2013 Northboro/Southboro Youth Football and Cheer program for boys and girls in grades K-8. The registration...

Marlborough Wildcats win AYF Central Mass. Super Bowl

Marlborough - The sixth-grade Marlborough Wildcats remained undefeated (12-0) by beating the sixth-grade Shrewsbury Patriots Nov. 4 in a hard-fought 7-6 defensive struggle in...

Westborough advances to Division 4 Central playoffs

Westborough - On Oct. 28, the Westborough High School Rangers claimed victory at their homecoming football game against Wachusett Regional High School, 42 to...

Dodgeball tournament benefits ARHS hockey team

Northborough/Southborough - The Algonquin Regional High School boys" hockey team held its fourth annual Dodgeball Tournament at the school Nov. 23. The tournament was...

Tomahawks fall to Holy Name in girls” basketball

  Westborough – In what might have been a preview for this season's?Central Mass. girls basketball final, the Holy Name Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School...

Algonquin baseball tops Shrewsbury in extra innings

Northborough – The visiting Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks defeated the Shrewsbury High School Colonials baseball team on May 8 by a score of 4-1 in a game that stretched to 9 innings. The game was a home game for Shrewsbury, and was played at the New England Baseball Complex.

Shrewsbury girls fall just short in hockey playoffs

Westborough – So much was in their favor when the Shrewsbury High (SHS) girls’ varsity ice hockey team faced off against perennial rival Leominster High on March 2 at NorthStar Ice Sports in the opening round of the State Division 2 Tournament. The Colonials had defeated the Blue Devils twice during the regular season (2-1, 4-0). Leominster (8-4-5) came into the matchup ranked 19 compared to 14 for Shrewsbury (11-6-3).

New cable show to feature history of Westborough Golf Club

Westborough – As golf courses slowly open once again across the commonwealth, there is another way for local fans to get excited about golf...