High School Sports

Tribe softball edged, 1-0

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Alexis Ferris struck out 12 as the Turners Falls High School offense struggled all day Saturday during a 1-0 loss to Hampshire Regional High School in an independent softball game in Westhampton. The shutout marked the first loss of the year for the Indians (7-1), who didn’t allow a run in any game until Friday afternoon’s 13-3 victory over Athol High School. One day later the Indians were shutout for … 0

Indians go deep to sink Athol

Friday, May 1, 2015

Amber Caouette and Nicole John each belted home runs on Friday afternoon and Turners Falls High School topped Athol High School, 13-3, in a Franklin County League softball game in Athol. The Red Raiders (6-3 overall) did manage to do something against the Indians (7-0) that no team had yet to do this … 0

Greenfield boys’ tennis team on a roll

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Although a few matches were close, Greenfield High School continued to roll past its competition. The Green Wave improved its record to 7-0 overall by blanking Chicopee Comprehensive High School, 5-0, in an independent boys’ tennis match Thursday at the Davis Street Courts in Greenfield. Since knocking off Belchertown High School 3-2 in … 0

Patterson stymies Mohawk

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Nate Patterson hasn’t had an issue with his workload this week. Patterson, fresh off a 19-pitch relief effort Monday, hurled a complete game three-hitter Wednesday afternoon to lead Frontier Regional School past Mohawk Trail Regional High School, 3-1, … 0

Hamelin helps Hawks to 7-0 softball victory

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Ally Hamelin had fun on both sides of the ledger Tuesday afternoon. The senior pitcher fired a two-hit shutout and blasted a three-run home run to lead Frontier Regional School to a 7-0 victory over Athol High School in a Franklin County League softball contest at Zabek Field … 0

Warriors take no prisoners, 117-28

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Some of Mohawk Trail Regional High School’s competition this season may come from within. Eighth-grader Lucy Carr accomplished something few have done in recent years, and Aimee Funk won a pair of events to lead to Warriors to … 0

Tech boys hand Gaels track loss

Monday, April 13, 2015

Three Franklin County Technical School athletes earned multiple wins as the Eagles downed Holyoke Catholic High School, 731/2-661/2, in independent boys’ track and field action Monday in Turners Falls. Owen Ortiz led Franklin Tech by winning the long jump in 19 feet, 4 inches and the 100 meters … 0

Wave shuts down Pioneer

Monday, April 13, 2015

Owen Schilling and Ben Poirier combined to pitch seven shutout innings and Greenfield High School opened its season with a 10-0 victory over Pioneer Valley Regional School in a Hampshire League crossover game Monday afternoon in Northfield. The … 0

Tribe opens baseball season with 10-3 win

Friday, April 10, 2015

Let there be baseball. After nearly a month of practicing in gyms and waiting for the weather to cooperate, Turners Falls High School finally kicked off the local baseball season on Friday, and the Indians looked anything but … 0

Miner, Frontier dominate opener

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Kat Miner rolled to victories in three events to power Frontier Regional School to a 133-12 rout of Belchertown High School in girls’ Suburban League track and field action Wednesday afternoon in South Deerfield. Miner, a junior, impressively … 0

Bombers spike Athol, 3-0

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Westfield High School’s ability to block was too much for Athol High School to overcome, and after a pair of close sets early, the Bombers rolled through the third set to hand the Red Raiders a 25-20, 25-22, … 0

Gaels blank Green Wave girls, 5-0

Monday, April 6, 2015

It’s never easy for a girls’ tennis team to open the season against an experienced squad — especially one that features two boys at the top of the lineup. Greenfield High School dealt with that issue Monday, when … 0

Local teams remain in holding pattern

Thursday, April 2, 2015

It’s been a bad dream that local athletics directors just can’t wake up from. The high school spring sport season opened this week, but what is generally a sign of the changing season was instead reduced to a … 0