Sports

Frontier eliminates game Warriors, 1-0

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Mohawk Trail Regional High School approached Wednesday’s contest as if it were a tournament game, but the final result ended up leaving the Warriors out of the postseason conversation. A stellar Frontier Regional School defensive effort held the Warriors to just two shots, and a second-half tally propelled the Red Hawks to a 1-0 PVIAC Northern Division field hockey victory … 0

On The Trail: Weirdness

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Weird: that’s how I’d characterize what’s been happening in my travels since we last met. Then, at other times, same-old, same-old, nothing at all peculiar. … 0

Eagles touch down at Dean Tech tonight

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Week 8 of the area high school football season will likely separate the contenders from the pretenders. Some teams could clinch a Western Massachusetts Tournament … 0

Lions score early and often, cruise past Greenfield

Friday, October 10, 2014

LUDLOW — Brian Pacheco rushed for 195 yards and three touchdowns and Ludlow High School defeated Greenfield High School, 43-16, in Intercounty League football action on Friday night. The final score may not have been much prettier for Greenfield than last week’s 44-0 loss to Frontier Regional School, … 0

Orioles run past Mahar, 27-6

Friday, October 10, 2014

BELCHERTOWN — Second-half turnovers cost Mahar Regional School a victory as Belchertown High School’s defense powered a comeback 27-6 win during their Intercounty League football contest Friday night. The Senators (1-4 overall, 1-3 IL) scored early, but couldn’t replicate it, as the Orioles (2-3, 2-2 IL) made key … 0

Elliott ties for 11th in PVIAC golf tourney

Friday, October 10, 2014

Pioneer Valley Regional School’s James Elliott was the top local finisher at the PVIAC Boys’ Invitational Golf Tournament. Elliott fired a 78 and tied for 11th place in Friday’s PVIAC Invitational Golf Tournament at Franconia Golf Course in Springfield. Elliott highlighted a list of local players who competed … 0

Wave delays Warriors’ clinching party

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Mohawk Trail Regional High School had the perfect opportunity to earn two critical points in hopes of qualifying for postseason, but Greenfield High School wouldn’t let it happen. Raegan Hickey’s goal with 20 minutes left in regulation helped … 0

14th straight victory moves Raiders near another title

Thursday, October 9, 2014

After a rocky start to its season, Athol High School has won 14 straight matches and is on the verge of clinching its second outright Northern Division championship. The Red Raiders battled Mahar Regional School for four intense … 0

Emotions run high for Tech-Mohawk clash

Thursday, October 9, 2014

It has all the fixings of a classic football game Saturday afternoon in Turners Falls. Two teams, which are not only battling for Tri-County League supremacy but also jockeying for position in the western Massachusetts Division VI playoffs, … 0

Keeping Score: No win situation

Friday, October 10, 2014

Good morning! How would you like to be football coach for a day, have a 27-point lead and try keeping it for the last 31 minutes of play? Think you could do it? UMass coach Mark Whipple couldn’t. He let what was a 41-14 blowout slip away last … 0

Bulletin Board: Chasen A Mason races Saturday

Thursday, October 9, 2014

The sixth annual Chasen A Mason 5K and 2-mile walk will take place Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at the Masonic Lodge in Turners Falls. Entry forms are available at the Greenfield YMCA or the Body Shoppe. People can also register by calling Chuck Adams at 522-6688 or emailing … 0

Warrior surge sinks Tech

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

A five-goal outburst in the final 40 minutes helped Mohawk Trail Regional High School break open a close game and beat Franklin County Technical School, 7-0, in an independent boys’ soccer match Wednesday in Turners Falls. Liam Datres … 0

On the Trail: Hunters moon

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

The equinox has passed and the Hunter’s Moon is big and bright. The time’s right to write about the new bear-harvest record. But, no, even though I probably should begin with that tidbit, it happened in September and the press release arrived last week at deadline so, in … 0