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The Frontier Regional School girls volleyball team hoists up their trophy after defeating the Lynnfield Pioneers winning the State Division III final game, at Fitchburg High School, Saturday, November 21. Recorder Staff/Matt Burkhartt

A season for the ages

Sunday, November 29, 2015

The white soccer ball caromed from Zach Ells’ head, bouncing off the goal line as keeper Dylan Husted could only turn and watch it dance in the netting. Douglas High School’s senior striker ended Frontier Regional School’s boys’ soccer run with a diving header inside the 6-yard box after flying through the 40-degree air. It was cold, but not as … 0

Turkey Day leftovers

Friday, November 27, 2015

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MVP Doyle leads Indians past Wave, 14-13

Thursday, November 26, 2015

TURNERS FALLS — Quinn Doyle left little doubt as to who should be crowned the Most Valuable Player on Turkey Day. The Turners Falls High School junior running back rushed for 215 yards and one touchdown and returned an interception 62 yards for another score, and the Indians made it five wins in … 0

Eagles finish undefeated in FCL, cruise to 46-19 win over Panthers

Thursday, November 26, 2015

NORTHFIELD — Franklin County Technical School wrapped up its first undefeated Tri-County League season in team history with a convincing 46-19 win over host Pioneer Valley Regional School on Thanksgiving Day. The win gives the Eagles a 6-5 … 0

Nelson runs wild as Raiders whip Mahar

Thursday, November 26, 2015

ORANGE — Maybe the idea was simply to spend as little time as possible in enemy territory. The Athol High School football team made its way into the Woodward Complex Thursday with barely five minutes showing on the … 0

Visiting Athol fixin’ for upset

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Well, at least they won’t have to shovel the field today. Last year’s memorable Turkey Day contest between Athol High and Mahar Regional schools, a 14-6 Red Raider victory, was played in terrible conditions on O’Brien Field’s natural … 0

Can Indians win fifth straight?

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

It may have been a quiet year regarding postseason success for local gridiron teams, but that is all behind us now. Now, it’s time for Turkey Day, and with it, a brand new season. One of the greatest … 0

Red Hawks rumble, 46-6

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

SOUTH DEERFIELD — If you score every time your offense touches the ball, you are probably going to win most football games. That’s exactly what Frontier Regional School did for first three quarters of what wound up being … 0

Northfield braces for Tech-Pioneer collision

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

There will be plenty on the line Thanksgiving morning, when Franklin County Technical School takes on Pioneer Valley Regional School in Northfield for the 11th annual meeting between the programs. Game time is set for 10 a.m. The … 0

Frontier the clear favorite vs. Mohawk

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

They’re going to have a tough time matching last year’s drama. Mohawk Trail Regional High School and Frontier Regional School will slug it out tonight in South Deerfield for their Thanksgiving Eve football showdown in the 82nd all-time … 0

Frontier sweeps Lynnfield, 3-0, for another state championship

Sunday, November 22, 2015

FITCHBURG — The “Senior Show” was worth the price of admission. Frontier Regional School rode the play of its eight seniors throughout most of the postseason, then closed out a memorable era in the program’s storied history Saturday … 0

Rode learns lesson; O’Sullivan local leader

Sunday, November 22, 2015

WESTFIELD — Sam Rode came late to cross country, joining Mohawk Trail Regional High School’s program as a junior last season. Rode ended his brief high school career on a positive note Saturday. He finished 100th at the state Division II Boys’ Cross Country Championship meet with a … 0

Will Frontier’s streak continue?

Friday, November 20, 2015

Frontier Regional School has established itself as a juggernaut in girls’ volleyball, having reached unprecedented levels of success previously unseen locally in this or any other sport — 12 straight 20-win seasons, 11 consecutive Western Massachusetts titles and … 0