High School Sports

Tribe rallies to salvage weekend split

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Turners Falls High School broke a scoreless tie with one run in the top of the sixth inning and added two more runs in the seventh to defeat Mohawk Trail Regional High School, 3-0, in a Hampshire League baseball crossover game Sunday afternoon in Buckland. The Indians were on the wrong end of the exact same score when they traveled to Westfield Saturday to take on St. Mary High School. … 0

Mahar offense erupts in 15-0 win

Friday, April 24, 2015

Hunter Richardson chucked a three-hit shutout and Mahar Regional School earned its first win of the season with a 15-0 blanking of Murdock High School in a mercy rule-shortened, five-inning independent baseball game Friday afternoon in Orange. The Senators (1-5) scored five runs in the first inning and seven more in the second, … 0

Hamelin leads Red Hawks past Drury

Friday, April 24, 2015

Frontier Regional School scored nine runs in the first three innings and Ally Hamelin continued her dominance in the circle as the Red Hawks knocked off Drury High School, 10-2, in an independent softball game Friday afternoon in North Adams. Hamelin was nearly unhittable for the second consecutive day. On Thursday, the senior … 0

Athol ousts Sabis in OT

Friday, February 27, 2015

SPRINGFIELD — Forward Emily Casella put the Athol High School offense on her back in overtime and guard Molly Cleveland made the game-clinching free throw with 7.4 seconds left to send the sixth-seeded Red Raiders to Curry Hicks Cage in Amherst for the Western Massachusetts Division III semifinals … 0

Indians vanquish Granby

Thursday, February 26, 2015

TURNERS FALLS — The last time Liam Ellis took the floor at the Curry Hicks Cage as a member of the Turners Falls High School basketball team, he was in eighth grade. Now a senior, Ellis and the … 0

Warriors roll past Panthers

Thursday, February 26, 2015

DALTON — It was one of those nights for Pioneer Valley Regional School. The Panthers had no defensive answer for what was a well-oiled Wahconah Regional High School offense and Pioneer could not keep pace with its own attack as the fifth-seeded Panthers’ season came to an end … 0

Bulletin Board: Goalie O’Brien backbones Hoggers’ 5-2 hockey win

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Conor O’Brien continued his solid season for the Northfield Mount Hermon School boys’ hockey team, backstopping the Hoggers to a 5-2 in win over Phillips Andover Academy Wednesday in Andover. The senior goaltender, a 2015 NHL Entry Draft candidate from Pinellas Park, Fla., registered 35 saves in leading … 0

South Hadley ousts Wave

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

SOUTH HADLEY — South Hadley High School executed its game plan early, built a quick lead and cruised to a 49-28 win over Greenfield High School Tuesday night in the first round of the Western Massachusetts Division III Girls’ Basketball Tournament. The No. 5 Tigers (15-6) advance to … 0

Athol blows out Southwick, 65-43

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Athol High School’s fast start led to an 18-point lead after one quarter and the sixth-seeded Red Raiders cruised to a 65-43 victory over 11th-seeded Southwick-Tolland Regional High School in the first round of the Western Massachusetts Division III Girls’ Basketball Tournament Tuesday night at Mallet Gymnasium in … 0

Wahconah derails Senators

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

ORANGE — Maddie Sprague scored 10 of her game-high 18 points in the third quarter, allowing Wahconah Regional High School to take control of a game that had been tied at halftime and the ninth-seeded Warriors went on to defeat eighth-seeded Mahar Regional School, 56-46, in a WMass … 0

Panthers sink Vikes, 59-15

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

NORTHFIELD — You knew from the beginning that this one might not be pretty, and it wasn’t — unless you happen to be a fan of the Pioneer Valley Regional School girls’ basketball team. The third-seeded Panthers dominated … 0

Jaywalking: Teamwork

Monday, February 23, 2015

Just as expected, the Hampshire League proved to be full of intrigue this season. We figured back in early December that the HL schedule would be full of exciting weekly games and it lived up to the billing. There were many nights when at least one game would … 0

Wolves end Eagles’ season

Monday, February 23, 2015

SPRINGFIELD — The smallest player on the court made perhaps the biggest difference Monday night for Hampden Charter School. Freshman half-pint Justin Feliciano scored 18 points in the second half after not playing a minute in the first half, and the seventh-seeded Wolves came back from a fourth-quarter … 0