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Charboneau goes the route, homers in Indians’ 4-2 win

Friday, April 17, 2015

Tyler Charboneau had himself a day. The Turners Falls High School senior pitched a complete game and also clubbed a home run as part of a three-hit performance to lead the Indians’ offense during a 4-2 Hampshire League baseball crossover victory over Mahar Regional School Friday at the Woodward Complex in Orange. Charboneau’s round-tripper led off the fourth inning and … 0

Phillips, Arzuaga power Turners to 6-0 win over Greylock

Friday, April 17, 2015

Mackenzie Phillips shined brightly in the circle and Gabby Arzuaga continued her brilliance at the plate as Turners Falls High School defeated Mt. Greylock Regional … 0

Indians come out swinging

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Opening defense of a league title isn’t easy without your best player, but Turners Falls High School passed its first test with flying colors. The … 0

Pro day touches down at UMass

Monday, March 30, 2015

AMHERST — All three dashed and jumped, lifted and leapt and were measured and weighed, hoping to catch the eyes of the NFL scouts in attendance. But UMass’ annual pro day came with different goals and expectations for Jean Sifrin, Stanley Andre and Dan Maynes. Sifrin, who had … 0

Bulletin Board: Gymnast Davies strikes gold at States

Monday, March 30, 2015

Shutesbury native Tess Davies won a gold medal on Saturday during the Massachusetts U.S.A. Gymnastics State Championships at Shrewsbury High School. Davies, who belongs to the Hampshire Gymnastics Team, won the all-around gold medal in the Level 8, ages 15 and older division with a score of 36.375. … 0

Local quintet captures Highlands Pentathlon

Sunday, March 29, 2015

The Berkshire Highlands Pentathlon is supposed to be an event in which competitors overcome obstacles en route to completing five events. This year individuals had to overcome another obstacle: The cold. More than 140 entrants braved cold weather … 0

Bulletin Board: UMass laxmen fall to Towson, 6-3

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Towson University held the University of Massachusetts to just three goals Saturday as the 18th-ranked Tigers defeated the Minutemen, 6-3, in a men’s lacrosse defensive battle in Towson, Md. The Tigers scored the first three goals and held a 4-1 halftime advantage. The lead stretched to 5-1 in … 0

Lamonakis, O’Neil to fight — finally

Friday, March 27, 2015

While one of the biggest boxing fights in decades will take place at the beginning of May, Turners Falls native Sonya Lamonakis has an even bigger fight she is looking forward to. The International Boxing Organization (IBO) women’s … 0

Bulletin Board: Atkins, Bryant, Richardson Fay-Wright All-Stars

Friday, March 27, 2015

Three local hockey players were named to the Fay-Wright League all-star teams as voted on by the coaches. Turners Falls had two selections in senior Tim Atkins and junior Brandon Bryant, while Greenfield High School junior Clay Richardson also made the team and was the lone representative from … 0

Keeping score: Cagey stories

Friday, March 27, 2015

Good morning! The information booth inside Roger Dean Stadium was stacked with free copies of Baseball America programs for the day’s game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Houston Astros cost $6 and St. Louis Cardinals T-shirts were selling for between $25 and $53. Baseball was back in … 0

Bulletin Board: Campbell off to Hoop Shoot New Englands

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Kendra Campbell of Turners Falls will compete in the Elks Hoop Shoot New England Regional Championships on Saturday at Deering High School in Portland, Maine. Campbell, representing Montague Lodge No. 2521, will begin competing at 9 a.m. in the in the ages 8 and 9 division. Campbell earned … 0

Quite a racket

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Greenfield High School boys' tennis team member Brayton Stack moves to return a serve during practice Wednesday at the Davis Street Tennis Courts. Recorder/Matt Burkhartt … 0

On The Trail: Hermit tales

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Mention in last week’s “Fish tales” column of a haggard roadside hermit familiar to travelers earlier in my lifetime along Route 5 and 10 between Greenfield and South Deerfield drew additional anecdotal information from near and far that’s worth reporting. The feedback started right off last Thursday morning, … 0