Sports

Commerce roars back, 3-2

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Arelis Medina recorded 6 aces and 15 service points as High School of Commerce rallied from a two-set deficit to defeat Franklin County Technical School, 21-25, 17-25, 25-12, 25-21, 15-9, in a Metro Division girls’ volleyball match Wednesday in Turners Falls. Tiesha Montano added 8 digs and 8 service points for the Raiders (3-8 overall, 2-1 Metro). Katie Newell led … 0

On the Trail: Feeding, reading

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Raw and rainy, ripe for a soggy Wednesday walk, the backdrop bursting with flashy splashes of new fall color each day as drab, premature yellow … 0

Bulletin Board: Stoneleigh field hockey rolls

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Juliana Merullo scored three goals to lead Stoneleigh-Burnham School to a 7-0 whitewash of Eagle Hill School in prep girls’ soccer play Wednesday in Hardwick. … 0

Perfect Warriors make it a clean sweep

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

The Mohawk Trail Regional High School boys’ cross country team continued its quest for perfection by defeating Greenfield High School (19-40) and St. Mary High School (15-45) in a North Division meet Tuesday in Buckland. The Green Wave … 0

Tenney powers Senators to 9-0 romp over Pioneer

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

McKenzie Tenney scored three goals and added three assists as Mahar Regional School rolled to a 9-0 win over Pioneer Valley Regional School in a Franklin County League girls’ soccer match Tuesday in Northfield. Carly Jillson added a pair of goals, Alex Temple recorded three assists and Mary … 0

Wozniak, Tribe edge stubborn Central, 2-1

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Cassidhe Wozniak scored with 14:49 left and Turners Falls High School survived a scare from Central High School with a 2-1 West Division field hockey victory Tuesday in Springfield. The game was tied at the break but Wozniak finished off a pass from Rileigh Carlisle for what proved … 0

Bulletin Board: GMS routs Athol, 36-16

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

R.J. Byrd scored on touchdowns runs of 65, 60, 50 and 42 yards, and also added as two-point conversion run in Greenfield Middle School’s 36-16 verdict over Athol Middle School in middle school football action Tuesday at Veterans Memorial Field in Greenfield. Owen Phelps threw a 47-yard TD … 0

Jaywalking: Reaching out

Monday, September 29, 2014

When the Ray Rice domestic-violence video was released by TMZ a little less than a month ago, there was an outpouring of anger that shot across social media. Many people were disgusted not only by the video, but … 0

Lajoie ignites Raiders

Monday, September 29, 2014

Tyler Lajoie scored three times including the game-winning goal with nine minutes remaining as Athol High School defeated rival Mahar Regional School, 4-1, in an independent boys’ soccer game Monday night at O’Brien Field in Athol. The game … 0

Bulletin Board: Falcons edge Kuz, 8-6

Monday, September 29, 2014

The Northampton Falcons defeated Travel Kuz, 8-6, to win a rematch of last year’s championship game in the Greenfield Men’s Touch Football League Sunday morning at Green River Park. Vesit Keo hit Devin Duarte with a touchdown pass and Jordan Miller recorded a safety for the Hamp scoring. … 0

Mahar field hockey qualifies

Monday, September 29, 2014

Mahar Regional School staged a second-half comeback to qualify for the WMass Division I field hockey tournament with a 4-1 independent victory over Agawam High School Monday afternoon in Agawam. It was literally a tale of two halves for the Senators, who trailed 1-0 at the break and … 0

Indians slip past game Frontier, 14-7

Sunday, September 28, 2014

SOUTH DEERFIELD — The Turners Falls High School football team continued to do what has traditionally worked for them — run the ball. But this time, it was a pair of big pass plays that turned the tide and prevented Frontier Regional School from pulling off an Intercounty … 0

UMass sells out, goes down

Sunday, September 28, 2014

AMHERST — Records fell by the truckload Saturday afternoon at newly-reopened McGuirk Alumni Stadium — not even a rented video screen could stand the strain — but a thoroughly exciting back-and-forth football game ended once again in UMass frustration and disappointment. The Minutemen and Bowling Green combined for … 0