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Westborough - The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks football team defeated the Westborough High School Rangers by a score of 35-14 in their annual Thanksgiving Day meet up.
Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks boys’ lacrosse team defeated the Westborough High School Rangers by a score of 16-11 in a game played May 27 at Algonquin’s Dick Walsh field.
Northborough - The third annual Miles for Matt 5k Walk/Run to honor the memory of Matt Bruce will be held Saturday, April 30. A resident of Northborough, Bruce lost his courageous battle to ALS at the age of 26 in March 2014.
By Brett Peruzzi, Contributing Writer Marlborough - A local running club isn’t letting the COVID-19 pandemic be a roadblock to its fundraising efforts. The Highland City...
Region - Sarah Friedman, of Northborough and Maria Benway, of Marlborough will both be running in their first Boston Marathon this year. The two women are running to raise funds for Roseann Sdoia, who had to have part of her right leg amputated after being seriously injured by the bombs in last year's marathon.
By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Southborough - Edward Gostick was playing full rugby games by age 4, and, by third grade, helped lead his team...
Shrewsbury - The Shockers, one of the most respected travel softball organizations in Central Massachusetts, will be starting its 12th season of existence. Tryouts...
Hudson - John Devereaux logs his daily runs in notebooks which he keeps in his Hudson home. Those notebooks, some almost a decade old, now form a large collection chronicling over 3,500 runs through Hudson. The 51-year-old has been running at least one mile per day every day since Jan. 1, 2008. His feat, known as a “run streak,” is controversial among runners, some of whom fear its health effects. For Devereaux, however, health is the very reason he keeps running.
Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks and Shrewsbury High School Colonials boys and girls soccer teams were both active in a doubleheader played Sept. 17.
Westborough - Early Aug. 18, on the grounds of the Westborough State Hospital, bicycles were being removed from bike racks, athletes were donning wetsuits, and running shoes were at the ready. The excitement was palpable as the participants made their way across the newly mowed fields for the fourth annual Westborough Sprint Triathlon. By 7:10 a.m., registration was in full swing, the triathlon transition area filled with athletes and supporters. This year's event saw its biggest turnout to date with more than 450 athletes participating. Athletes who had travelled from numerous states listened attentively as race director Mark Walter, owner of Sun Multisport Events, spoke to the crowd with race day instructions and heartfelt words: "Be kind to one another out there and keep it safe."