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Hudson Hawks soar into semifinals after East Bridgewater win

For the first time in program history, the Hudson High School volleyball team has reached the MIAA Division 4 semifinals. 

Shrewsbury girls soccer falls in Round of 32

On an unseasonably warm Saturday afternoon at Shrewsbury High School, the No.18 Central Catholic Raiders defeated the No.15 Shrewsbury Colonials

Grafton moves to quarterfinals with win over South High

Williams’s momentum-shifting play put Grafton ahead 7-0 and laid the foundation for the Gators’ 21-0 victory.

Westborough tops Hudson in battle of volleyball powerhouses

After two hours of high-intensity play, the Westborough volleyball team eventually pulled out the four-set win. 

Badminton thrives at Shrewsbury High School

Runze Zhang and Taotao Li founded the club two years ago, and the club has grown since. Zhang said that badminton is an attractive sport for many people.

Titan field hockey wins during first game at Algonquin in eight years

The Algonquin field hockey team notched the first Titan win on the new turf multipurpose field on Oct. 11 against Shrewsbury.

‘It’s a chess match’: Westborough girls soccer defeats Shrewsbury

With the loss, Shrewsbury – which came into the game on a seven-game winning streak – drops to 8-2-1. The loss was Shrewsbury’s first since the first game of the season against Sutton.

Saint John’s taps alum as head baseball coach

Saint John’s High School has a new head baseball coach. Casey Cummins, who is from Auburn, graduated from Saint John’s in 2008.

Marlborough field hockey falls short in hard-fought game against Doherty

On Monday afternoon, the Doherty Highlanders traveled down I-290 to face the Marlborough Panthers at Charles W. Whitcomb Middle School.

Grafton football dominates Algonquin at home

The Grafton Gators dominated the swamp in a Friday night football matchup against the Algonquin Regional High School Titans.

Shrewsbury stuns St. John’s in latest Battle of the ’Bury

After 48 minutes of hard-fought football, Shrewsbury came away with a 13-10 win after scoring with 14 seconds left on the clock.
Shrewsbury High School is over capacity in terms of enrollment, with 1,875 students currently learning in a building built for 1,475. Photo/Dakota Antelman

Shrewsbury boys soccer excited for season

After going 15-3-3 and winning league and district titles for the first time in program history, the Shrewsbury boys varsity soccer team has high expectations for the upcoming season.

Algonquin girls volleyball overwhelms Nashoba

On September 15, the Algonquin Titans topped the Nashoba Wolves in an action-packed, hard-fought, back-and-forth match between two top-notch volleyball programs.

New England Rugby Club celebrates gold medal performance

Rugby is an attractive sport for many reasons. The sport can be played by anyone; Nathan said that anybody – whether they’re tall, short, fast, or slow – can bring something to the table.

Westborough volleyball ready for another championship run

The team went undefeated in the 2021 regular season and 2022 regular season, reached two state championship games and won the 2022 MIAA Division 2 title.

Eppinger steps down as St. John’s baseball coach

St. John’s High School announced on Aug. 21 that Charlie Eppinger will step down as head varsity baseball coach. 

Westborough-based dojo dominates at karate championship

In July, athletes from Westborough’s MassDojo found success at the 2023 USA National Karate Championships and Team Trials in Richmond, Va.

With new courts at Coolidge, pickleball all the rage in Shrewsbury

Pickleball is played with paddles and perforated plastic balls. The game – which can be played either singles or doubles – combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.

Elite Hockey League celebrates end of roller hockey season

Hockey can be just as nice without the ice. Dozens of athletes and passionate fans gathered at NorthStar for the Elite Hockey finale.

Mike Notaro Jr. named Hudson boys’ basketball head coach

Hudson didn’t have to look far for its next boys’ basketball head coach. Mike Notaro Jr. will lead the team this upcoming season.