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Hawks clinch tourney berth

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

SOUTH DEERFIELD — It was a win-and-you’re-in scenario for the Frontier Regional School girls’ soccer team in Wednesday night’s season finale, so when the scoreboard read 1-1 with less than 20 minutes remaining, the Red Hawks knew they had some work to do. And boy did they ever get to work. Kara Felton scored with 17 minutes, 39 seconds remaining … 0

On the Trail: Myth mayhem

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

As the Beaver Moon builds in the midnight sky, I’ve been stuck on the ancient beaver myth, my meandering thoughts briefly disrupted by backyard leave-removal … 0

Dublin School ousts 4 Rivers, 2-1

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Dublin School scored midway through the second half to break a 1-1 tie and the fifth seeds eliminated fourth-seeded Four Rivers Charter School, 2-1, in … 0

Hawks display total package to secure postseason berth

Monday, October 20, 2014

Needing just one point to earn a postseason berth, Frontier Regional School used a stellar offensive and defensive performance to defeat Smith Academy 3-0 in a PVIAC North Division field hockey game Monday in South Deerfield. Emma Wesoloski … 0

Senators tie Warriors, wrap up North title

Monday, October 20, 2014

Mahar Regional School and Mohawk Trail Regional High School battled to a 1-1 draw in a McGrath North Division boys’ soccer match Monday afternoon in Orange. The draw earned the Senators the McGrath North Division division title and left the Warriors needing three points in their final two … 0

Bulletin Board: Phelps on target in Sirum’s 18-12 win

Monday, October 20, 2014

Jesse Phelps fired three touchdowns passes to lead Sirum’s Towing to an 18-12 win over Travel Kuz in a Greenfield Men’s Touch Football League game Sunday at Green River Park. Andy Wrobolewski, Evan Jobst and Tyler Leroux each hauled in a TD pass from Phelps to improve Sirum’s … 0

Panthers dismantle Vikings, 36-0

Sunday, October 19, 2014

NORTHFIELD — A week after it all went wrong, it all went right for the Pioneer Valley Regional School football team, which beat Smith Vocational & Agricultural High School of Northampton on Saturday, 36-0, in a Tri-County League … 0

UMass racks up second straight, 36-14

Sunday, October 19, 2014

FOXBOROUGH — After 28 losses in its first 30 games of Division I FBS football, winning — and doing it convincingly — is suddenly a contagious feeling for UMass. The Minutemen broke through last week with their first victory of 2014, by 23 points at Kent State, and … 0

Hornets hang on to shoot down Eagles, 20-16

Sunday, October 19, 2014

NORTH ADAMS — Things can change in a hurry in a high school football game. McCann Technical School held a 20-8 lead and was driving for what could have been a second-quarter knockout score Saturday afternoon against Franklin County Technical School, but defensive end Kyle Johnson picked off … 0

Roberts, Wave field hockey romp, 6-0

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Kelsey Roberts fired home four goals and assisted on a fifth tally to power Greenfield High School to a 6-0 whitewash of Smith Academy in a PVIAC Northern Division field hockey game Saturday afternoon in Greenfield. Roberts and Audrey Bresciano each scored unassisted in the first half to … 0

Bulletin Board: Unbeaten Bulldogs close out Quaboag

Sunday, October 19, 2014

The Greenfield Bulldogs completed an undefeated regular season Sunday with a 16-6 victory over Quaboag in a Suburban Amateur Football League Pee Wee Division game at Landers-Callahan Field in West Brookfield. Noah Ausikaitis led the offense for Greenfield with 91 yards rushing, one touchdowns and one 2-point conversion. … 0

Late Indian score clips Eagles

Friday, October 17, 2014

TURNERS FALLS — If you are going to lock up a trip to the postseason, there may not be a better environment in which to do it. The Turners Falls High School football team remained unbeaten and all … 0

Fox, Frontier run wild in 51-14 win over struggling Senators

Friday, October 17, 2014

ORANGE — Oliver Fox makes people miss. Quarterback or running back, it doesn’t matter where he lines up. Fox scored twice on quarterback keepers Friday to power Frontier Regional School to a 51-14 Intercounty League triumph over Mahar Regional School at the Woodward Complex. Fox scored on runs … 0