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Hawk girls outlast Gaels

Monday, April 27, 2015

It all came down to the final match of the day Monday in South Deerfield. Frontier Regional School and Holyoke Catholic High School were tied at 2-2 in their independent girls’ tennis match with just the second doubles match remaining. After winning the first set, Frontier’s A.J. Mensah and Crystal Niedbala dropped the second set to Catholic’s Angelina Huber and … 0

Jaywalking: Merritt Field: A worthy community project

Monday, April 27, 2015

When former Sunderland Elementary School principal Tim Merritt died unexpectedly at 51 in September of 2013, the Frontier Regional School district lost a beloved educator. … 0

Shearer dominant during Mohawk boys’ key victory

Monday, April 27, 2015

Eli Shearer won four events and Mohawk Trail Regional High School won a thriller over Frontier Regional School, 80-65, in Intercounty League boys’ track & … 0

On The Trail: Springtime buzz

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Illuminated in a high, bright morning sun, it and a refreshing south breeze in my face, there it lay, clear as day: my trodden trail carved into a short March-brown hayfield, the thin, angled depression still easily discernible after a long, cold, snowy winter freeze, no foot-traffic I’m … 0

Bulletin Board: NMH girls’ lax beats Deerfield

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Cas Szwajkowski registered five goals and one assist to power Northfield Mount Hermon School over Deerfield Academy, 9-4, in a prep girls’ lacrosse game Wednesday in Gill. Laura Rollins collected two goals, Micah Pollak and Olivia Painter-Eggers also scored and Beckie Duseau of Comwaty added an assist for … 0

On The Trail: Springtime buzz

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Illuminated in a high, bright morning sun, it and a refreshing south breeze in my face, there it lay, clear as day: my trodden trail carved into a short March-brown hayfield, the thin, angled depression still easily discernible after a long, cold, snowy winter freeze, no foot-traffic I’m … 0

Warriors take no prisoners, 117-28

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Some of Mohawk Trail Regional High School’s competition this season may come from within. Eighth-grader Lucy Carr accomplished something few have done in recent years, and Aimee Funk won a pair of events to lead to Warriors to … 0

Jaywalking: Sod is the decision, much to the dismay of vocal critics

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

It appeared to be a done deal from the start. Despite more than 50 supporters of artificial turf fields showing up, the Greenfield School Building Committee voted to go ahead with installing sod fields with irrigation behind the high school during a meeting Tuesday night in the GHS … 0

Hamelin helps Hawks to 7-0 softball victory

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Ally Hamelin had fun on both sides of the ledger Tuesday afternoon. The senior pitcher fired a two-hit shutout and blasted a three-run home run to lead Frontier Regional School to a 7-0 victory over Athol High School in a Franklin County League softball contest at Zabek Field … 0

Red Sox capitalize on poor fielding, 8-7; Celts pull one out

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

BOSTON — Two errors by pitcher Blake Treinen allowed Boston to erase a seventh-inning deficit, and the Red Sox won 8-7 on Tuesday night as the Washington Nationals struggled in the field for the second straight game. Boston went ahead with three unearned runs without a hit in … 0

Bulletin Board: Benjamin, Charlemont slip past Eagle Hill

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Adam Benjamin scored seven points and had one assist Tuesday to lead Academy at Charlemont to a 17-15 decision over Eagle Hill School in a boys’ junior varsity Ultimate match. Patrick Osborne scored three points in the win while Noah Rosner added one point and four assists. Reilly … 0

Wave shuts down Pioneer

Monday, April 13, 2015

Owen Schilling and Ben Poirier combined to pitch seven shutout innings and Greenfield High School opened its season with a 10-0 victory over Pioneer Valley Regional School in a Hampshire League crossover game Monday afternoon in Northfield. The … 0

Jaywalking: Decision time

Monday, April 13, 2015

Tonight is a big night for future Greenfield High School’s athletic fields. I say that as though the fate has not already been decided, even if I have a feeling that it already has. While the GHS building committee has not officially decided what to do with the … 0