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Tech dominates Ware

Sunday, September 14, 2014

TURNERS FALLS — When you control every aspect of the game, it usually results in a win. But for the Franklin County Technical School football team, this was more than just a win — it was a statement. Junior C.J. Daignault scored a pair of touchdowns and sophomore Dylan Mailloux rushed for 149 yards and a TD as the Eagles … 0

Neto, Pathfinder run down Panthers

Sunday, September 14, 2014

NORTHFIELD — Shane Neto rushed for 138 yards and three touchdowns to pace a dominant Pathfinder Regional High School rushing attack and the Pioneers handed … 0

Missed field goal seals UMass’ fate, 34-31

Sunday, September 14, 2014

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Even after the University of Massachusetts football team gave away an 11-point second-half lead for the second straight week, it still had … 0

Bulletin Board: Raider girls romp, 6-1

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Julia Carey and Tanner Favreau each scored twice Saturday to lead Athol High School to a 6-1 independent girls’ soccer victory over St. Bernard’s High School in Athol. The Red Raiders (4-1-0) led 5-0 at halftime. Kayla Robidoux and Emily Casella each scored once. Favreau and Casella joined … 0

Hornets outlast Mohawk, 20-14

Friday, September 12, 2014

BUCKLAND — Two teams that shared the 2013 Tri-County League football championship and figured to contest that title again this season didn’t disappoint Friday night, with visiting McCann Technical High School pulling out an invaluable 20-14 victory over … 0

Indians smack Belchertown, 28-7

Friday, September 12, 2014

TURNERS FALLS — It would be tough to find a better way to launch a defense of a league championship than the performance the Turners Falls High School football team turned in on Friday night. The Indians rode a three-touchdown night from junior Jalen Sanders and a stifling … 0

Ludlow holds off Red Hawks in thriller, 18-13

Friday, September 12, 2014

LUDLOW — It came down to the final play: Fourth-and-goal for Frontier Regional School, trailing host Ludlow High School by five points. Because of penalties, the Red Hawks were all the way back to the Lions’ 26-yard line. Quarterback Oliver Fox rolled to his right and lofted a … 0

Green Wave struggles to contain Wildcats in 38-16 setback

Friday, September 12, 2014

LEE — Lee High School revved up its running game, forced four turnovers and registered five sacks in a 38-16 independent football victory over Greenfield High School Friday night at John J. Consolati Field. Lee nearly tripled its rushing output from a week ago with 215 yards on … 0

Mahar, Athol fall

Friday, September 12, 2014

John Lewis scored a pair of touchdowns and Hoosac Valley Regional High School proved to much for Mahar Regional School during a 34-12 independent football victory Friday night at the Woodward Complex in Orange. Hoosac took a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and after Mahar cut it … 0

Temple, Senators edge Warriors, 1-0

Friday, September 12, 2014

Mahar Regional School took firm control of the McGrath North Division on Friday. Jack Temple scored on a breakaway in the 32nd minute and the Senators edged Mohawk Trail Regional High School, 1-0, in boys’ soccer action in Buckland. The Senators (3-0-0) have now defeated each of the … 0

Burke’s late goal gives Mahar 2-1 North win over Frontier

Friday, September 12, 2014

Colleen Burke scored late in the second half to lead Mahar Regional School past Frontier Regional School, 2-1, in a PVIAC Division girls’ field hockey game Friday night in South Deerfield. After a scoreless first half Frontier (1-2-1) was first to score a goal as McKenzie Patterson beat … 0

Red Hawks blank Eagles, 2-0

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Frontier Regional School finally posted the shutout it had been seeking, and the offense came alive after a scoreless first half. Chad Parent came up with a goal early in the second period to give the Red Hawks … 0

Mohawk-McCann a huge early-season clash

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Division titles and postseason positioning are typically not decided in the second week of the football season. But that could be the case pertaining to the Tri-County League and WMass Division VI postseason when TCL preseason favorites Mohawk … 0