Shrewsbury - Saint John's High School hosted the fourth annual Ryan Moore New England High School Powerlifting Championships March 9, closing out the high school powerlifting season. More than 80 male and female athletes from 15 New England high schools competed in the meet, including Saint John's and Shrewsbury High School. Saint John's won the team titles in both the Junior Varsity and Varsity raw divisions, in which athletes are allowed to wear a lifting belt and wrist wraps for extra support.
"Last season meant the most because we played very well, even though we were a young team. We made the playoffs, which showed what kind of team we could be for this season."
Shrewsbury - Cheerleaders from Shrewsbury were selected to attend a special cheer clinic run by the New England Patriots Cheerleaders Dec. 20. The Shrewsbury...
Northborough - The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks boys’ volleyball team defeated the Wachusett Regional High School Mountaineers 3-0 in a match played April...
Hudson - After finishing 2-9 three years ago, Dan McAnespie's Hudson Hawks football players not only learned from that difficult season, they improved exponentially over the next two seasons, resulting in a Division 3 Super Bowl berth in 2010.
Northborough - The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks played host to the Shrewsbury High School Colonials on Sept. 12 in a lightning-shortened game. The Colonials scored first and made the two-point conversion and then scored two more times in the first half (missing the conversion on the second touchdown and making a point-after kick on the third touchdown). After a weather delay due to lightning, the game resumed but only briefly before more severe lightning and rain suspended the game just after the start of the second half with the score 21-0 ahead of the Tomahawks.
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Westborough - The Westborough High School Rangers girls' basketball team hosted the Shrewsbury High School Colonials Feb. 11. The first quarter saw fairly even play, with Shrewsbury holding a slim lead, 8-6, at the end. In the second quarter, Westborough pulled ahead for a 19-14 lead at the half.
Hudson - Throughout his youth, Brian Bowen played baseball and hockey, including hockey for one year at Fitchburg State University. Today, in addition to his job as a town assessor for Hudson, the lifelong resident of Hudson has continued to bat for youth sports.
Westborough – Stephen Ferris was brought on as the head coach of Westborough High School’s (WHS) tennis team in the fall of 2012 after the program had undergone a predominantly mediocre season. Up to that point the organization’s previous coach had taken on a new coaching job for a local college awhile a strong group of seniors had graduated. With the beginning of a new year ahead, Ferris hoped to help get the team back on track.