High School Sports

The Turners Falls High School football team runs through drills Tuesday afternoon in the Powertown during its second day of summer practice, which opened for all local football teams Monday.
Recorder/Matt Burkhartt

Getting in shape

Tuesday, August 25, 2015


Bring it on

Monday, August 24, 2015


Springfield to host state hoops tournament

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

It’s official: the MIAA State Basketball Championship Tournamnent will be played in the city where hoops was born. On Wednesday, the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association made it official that beginning this winter the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the Western Massachusetts Sports Commission will host the state finals in what will be billed the “Road to Springfield.” Although the MIAA did … 0

Tribe seals another trip to WM finals

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

AMHERST — No matter how they materialize, Turners Falls High School seems to make situations work to its advantage. The second-seeded Indians benefited from Mount Everett Regional School’s missed opportunity in the top of the first inning and … 0

Indians unload on Hopkins, 14-7

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

AMHERST — The Turners Falls High School offense has not been the most consistent unit this season, but you would have never known it Wednesday. The third-seeded Indians scored 11 times in the first three innings, including a … 0

Neutral sites to host football championships

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

The West Division high school football championships game will be played at neutral sites beginning this fall. The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association’s Board of Directors passed a recommendation by the MIAA Football Committee to have the West and Central Football Championships hosted at neutral sites beginning this fall. … 0

Post 81 opens season on the road tonight

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

It won’t be easy for the Greenfield Post 81 American Legion Baseball team — which opens tonight at 5:45 at Pittsfield — to achieve as much success as last year. The summer of 2014 went down as one of the most memorable seasons ever for the Post 81 … 0

Mt. Greylock bounces sloppy Warriors, 7-3

Monday, June 8, 2015

WILLIAMSTOWN — Mohawk Trail Regional High School knew that it was going to have to play a nearly flawless game if it was going to knock off top-seeded Mount Greylock Regional High School. It didn’t happen. The eighth-seeded Warriors committed five errors and walked eight batters in the … 0

Mohawk fails to cash in during 4-1 loss to Hoosac

Monday, June 8, 2015

ADAMS — A lack of timely hitting and the inability to take advantage of its opponent’s mistakes ultimately led to Mohawk Trail Regional High School’s premature exit from the Western Massachusetts Division III Softball Tournament. The Warriors were able to score the first run, but fifth-seeded Hoosac Valley … 0

Indians send Pioneers packing

Monday, June 8, 2015

TURNERS FALLS — Just before the heavy rain arrived, Turners Falls High School managed to wash away the late-inning threat from Pathfinder Vocational-Technical Regional High School Monday night. Senior Tyler Charboneau pitched three-hit shutout ball through the first … 0

Frontier tennis ousted

Monday, June 8, 2015

Frontier Regional School’s championship season came to an unfortunate conclusion Monday afternoon at the hands of powerful Lenox Memorial High School. The Millionaires continued their stellar play in singles and eventually defeated the Red Hawks, 4-1, in the quarterfinals of the Western Massachusetts Division III Girls’ Team Tennis … 0

Miner wears state high-jump crown

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Frontier Regional School high-jumper Kat Miner knew that she was going to have to bring her “A Game” to the MIAA All-State meet if she wanted to earn the crown as best in Massachusetts. Mission accomplished. The junior shattered her own school record by two inches by clearing … 0

Mac attack seals deal during Tribe’s 5-1 win

Sunday, June 7, 2015

TURNERS FALLS — It was all about the Macs. In a season during which the starting lineup has experienced more changes than New England spring in an average year, a few things remained consistent — Mackenzie Phillips dominated … 0