Greenfield wunderkind Amy O'Sullivan tours Franklin Tech's 3.1-mile course Tuesday during an independent quad meet in girls' cross-country action. O'Sullivan won the race going away, finishing with a course-record 20 minutes, 32 seconds, which was a whopping 2 minutes, 23 second better than the second-place finisher.
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O’Sullivan leaves opponents in dust

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Only a sophomore, Amy O’Sullivan has steadily been making a name for herself on the western Massachusetts cross-country scene. On Tuesday, the Greenfield High School harrier picked up the first course record of her blossoming career. O’Sullivan sprinted to the finish line in 20 minutes, 32 seconds to set the 3.1-mile course record at Franklin County Technical School during Greenfield’s … 0

Senator girls slip past Hopkins on road, 1-0

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Mahar Regional School put together a full 80 minutes of solid play and halted a two-game losing streak with a 1-0 independent girls’-soccer victory over … 0

Schools: Frontier golf secures North crown

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Frontier Regional School has shown off its depth all season long and, on Tuesday, the Red Hawks got another solid performance from top-to-bottom and picked … 0

Bulletin Board: Between The Uprights pulls off shocker

Monday, October 5, 2015

Ben Banash intercepted two passes, one of which went for a 26-yard touchdown, to lead Between The Uprights to a 19-6 win over previously unbeaten in a Greenfield Mine’s Touch Football League showdown Sunday at Green River Park. Pat Viencek fired touchdown passes to Jake Field and … 0

Pioneer pays back Mohawk

Sunday, October 4, 2015

NORTHFIELD — To a man, the players on Pioneer Valley Regional School’s football team vowed this time it would be different, and they made good on their promise. The Panthers parlayed a punishing ground game and a tenacious … 0

Daignault does it all in Eagles’ 33-8 romp

Sunday, October 4, 2015

TURNERS FALLS — From the first time he touched the football on this blustery afternoon, CJ Daignault was an impact player. Franklin County Technical School’s all-purpose back returned a punt 77 yards for the game’s first touchdown and finished with 323 all-purpose yards and three scores to power … 0

Crumpin-Fox stops drought, captures Cup

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Crumpin-Fox Club jumped out to a big start in the Sunday morning singles and was never seriously threatened as it rolled to a 16-8 victory over the Country Club of Greenfield in the 16th annual Franklin Cup matches over the weekend at Crumpin-Fox in Bernardston. Crumpin reclaimed the … 0

UM escapes with 24-14 win over FIU

Sunday, October 4, 2015

AMHERST — It’s one measure of relief that UMass football fans could hardly celebrate their team’s first victory of the season without complaints that the final margin wasn’t nearly large enough. The Minutemen controlled the action throughout Saturday’s game but still endured a narrow scrape with a 24-14 … 0

Schools: Balanced Raider boys dunk Wave, 5-1

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Five players scored for Athol High School and the Red Raiders defeated Greenfield High School, 5-1, Saturday afternoon in an independent boys’ soccer game during Homecoming Day at O’Brien Field in Athol. The Red Raiders scored four unanswered goals after Silvian Popusoi had tied the score for Greenfield … 0

Bulletin Board: Flanagan champion of Great River Challenge Tri

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Josh Flanagan won the Great River Challenge Triathlon Sunday in Northfield. Flanagan, from Cohasset, finished the kayak, bike and run in 2 hours, 1 minute, 12 seconds to win the event. Mark Trahan came in second in the men’s division in 2:03:33, while Northfield’s David Thomas was third … 0

Senators rally to stun Hawks, 27-20

Friday, October 2, 2015

SOUTH DEERFIELD — After three weeks of hard-fought wins, the Red Hawk Express has finally been derailed. The Mahar Regional School football team spotted Frontier Regional School an early lead before roaring back with 27 unanswered points to … 0

Indians roll to 41-6 win over Ludlow

Friday, October 2, 2015

TURNERS FALLS — Whatever sting came out of a difficult overtime loss last week disappeared early on for Turners Falls High School Friday night, when the Indians scored just 20 seconds into the game and didn’t stop scoring after that. Jalen Sanders ran the game’s opening kickoff back … 0

Green Wave blanks injury-plagued Orioles, 35-0

Friday, October 2, 2015

BELCHERTOWN — Greenfield High School football coach Mike Kuchieski expressed sympathy for the plight of Belchertown High School coach Chris Bourget Friday night. Already down seven starters to injury, the Orioles lost quarterback Jackson Leduc in the first half of the Green Wave’s 35-0 Intercounty League road victory. … 0