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Mahar running back Clay Richardson, the area's leading rusher with 592 yards thus far, will lead his Senators into Intercounty League football battle tonight at home against surprising Greenfield at the Woodward Complex in Orange.
Recorder Staff/Paul Franz

Mahar awaits Wave; Turners invades Athol

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Well, well, well, the Intercounty League just keeps getting more interesting. Mahar Regional School gave the league quite a shake-up last weekend by knocking off the only remaining IL unbeaten team with a 27-20 victory over Frontier Regional School. Six IL teams now have one loss, creating a wild stretch run. Easthampton High School has the edge in the division … 0

Bresciano strikes late to rescue Wave, 2-1

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Audrey Bresciano scored with 45 seconds left to lift Greenfield High School to a 2-1 North Division victory over Smith Academy Thursday night at Veterans Memorial Field in Greenfield. Greenfield scored twice in the final 7 minutes en route to the win. Green Wave coach Erin Thayer has been looking for some fire out of her team all season and finally got it. … 0

Mahar clinches tourney slot

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Mahar Regional School was looking to clinch a postseason berth early this season, and when you never lose, that’s bound to happen. The Senators remained unbeaten and punched their postseason ticket with a 1-0 victory over Smith Academy in an independent boys’-soccer game Thursday afternoon in Hatfield. The win improved the Senators to 8-0-3 and qualified them for the postseason, although Mahar coach … 0

Injury mars Mahar’s 1-1 tie

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Mahar Regional School earned a quality road draw Thursday afternoon, but it came at a steep price. The Senators played Granby High School to a 1-1 tie in an independent boys’ soccer match in Granby, but suffered a key loss on defense when Zach Duguay was carried off … 0

Schools: Indians could be taking off

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

It may have taken five sets, but Wednesday night’s win could prove to be pivotal for Turners Falls High School. The Indians rode a near flawless serving performance and a stellar overall team effort to outlast Pioneer Valley … 0

Warrior boys and girls rule the roost

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

It was quite a race Tuesday afternoon between Mohawk Trail Regional High School star Sam Rode and Franklin County Technical School’s Sohan Tyner. Rode edged out Tyner in a battle of two of the top boys’ cross-country individuals … 0

Eagles strike back for big 5-3 victory

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Franklin County Technical School’s boys’-soccer struggles may be coming to a quick end. The Eagles erupted for four goals just 4 minutes apart late in the second half to rally from a 3-1 deficit and shock Pathfinder Vocational High School, 5-3, in independent action Tuesday in Turners Falls. … 0

Schools: Frustrated Frontier falls to Northampton, 1-0

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Ursa Heidinger scored early in the second half and Northampton High School hung on for dear life as Frontier Regional School poured on 15 second-half shots during the Blue Devils’ 1-0 independent field hockey victory Tuesday afternoon in South Deerfield. The Red Hawks outshot Northampton 15-2 in the … 0

Tech explodes to end drought, 6-1

Monday, September 28, 2015

Franklin County Technical School scored early an often is it snapped a five-match winless streak with a 6-1 victory over High School of Commerce in Tri-County League girls’ soccer action Monday in Turners Falls. Erica Dean led a … 0

Schools: Roberts strikes to sink Brownies, 2-1

Monday, September 28, 2015

Jordyn Roberts scored with just under 11 minutes left in the game Monday to lift Frontier Regional School to a 2-1 win over Agawam High School in independent field hockey action in Agawam. The game-winner came just four … 0

Hawks tip Tribe in OT, 20-14

Sunday, September 27, 2015

TURNERS FALLS — Seth Gewanter’s game-winning touchdown Saturday afternoon in overtime will forever go down as a 1-yard tote, but there was very little running involved. Rather, the Frontier Regional School junior took the handoff from quarterback Nolan … 0

Eagles ramble roughshod over Dean Tech, 41-16

Sunday, September 27, 2015

TURNERS FALLS — When this year’s schedule was issued, there wasn’t much doubt that Franklin County Technical School would chalk up its eighth straight regular-season win when the Eagles hosted Tri-County League foe Dean Technical High School. The last Eagles loss to the Golden Hawks was in 2007. … 0

Senators get defensive, knock off Gators, 1-0

Friday, September 25, 2015

Shawn Dennis scored the only goal of the match and the Mahar Regional School defense was locked in as the Senators defeated Gateway Regional High School 1-0 in an independent boys’ soccer match Friday in Orange. Dennis scored midway through the first half when he gathered a bouncing … 0