Fall 2016 season
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In 2015-16, the MIAA produced a net gain of $626,000.
High school girls from Hingham and Milton say playing tournament hockey is a challenge worth tackling.
The road to Globe All-Scholastic honors for the 2015 fall season.
“A Shot For Life Challenge,” started by Mike Slonina, generates proceeds that support Mass. General.
Black struck out three as Shrewsbury Post 397 defeated Pittsfield Post, 2-0, in an N.E. Regional game.
For Nick Ainscough of Canton and Sarahkate Norton of East Bridgewater, the road to college-level soccer involves constant fine-tuning.
Chris Gendron (Lowell), Kristen McCarthy (Danvers), and Aidan Wood (Waring School) are getting ready to compete at a higher level.
The Bridgewater-based girls’ softball program, other ASA teams, and town leagues prep aspiring players for the next level.
King Philip Regional grad Donald McNeil won the 225-pound wrestling title in the Open division of the Bay State Summer Games.
Whether it’s an ASA program or the 188-team Middle Essex League, teaching and recreation the foundation.
Here are the full comments and point-counterpoint from lawyers on both sides.
While children have suffered sexual assaults, adults often have carried on with impunity.
New England Elite Baseball League puts its focus on full-time development of young players.
Dedham High grad Ellen Masalsky captured the gold medal in the javelin at the Bay State Summer Games.
Timothy St. Laurent will be the head coach of the boys’ varsity basketball program.
It has become another summer rite of passage on Wollaston Beach. You have your typical beachgoers, bathing in the sun, some even venturing into the water. Fitness enthusiasts take advantage of the wide, paved sidewalks to walk, jog, rollerblade or bike next to the sea wall. Seafood lovers line up outside their favorite clam shack, whether it’s The Clam Box, or Tony’s Clam Shop.
It’s summer, and school’s out. But the best high school golfers in the state continue to play, trying to improve their skills and their competitive edge.
Tournament play tests the skills of Shrewsbury’s Julia Ford, Brookline’s James Imai and Rebecca Skoler and David Rogers of Needham.
Joseph Paolucci of Milton and Kaitlynn Washburn of Scituate started playing golf at an early age, Caroline Buckley of Duxbury only as a high school freshman, but each could not be more passionate about the sport
BAY STATE SUMMER GAMES
Dan and Ericha Whitham geared up to take court in the Bay State Summer Games.
Ashland’s Carly Muscaro capped her stellar junior track season at Merrimack College by reaching the 400-meter semifinals at the US Olympic track & field trials.
BAY STATE SUMMER GAMES
Ryan McCarthy has guided the Northeast squad since 2002. This summer, he will coach his stepson for the first time in the Games.
The program’s only coach, George Campbell guided the Raiders to six state finals and the title in 2006.
55TH AGGANIS ALL-STAR FOOTBALL CLASSIC
Lynn English grad picks off two passes and forces a fumble in 27-19 win.
TRACK & FIELD
One year after joining outdoor track squad, senior captains Leo Moronta and Ryan Nesta have earned college scholarships
Katie Walker and Lynnfield High junior Sabrina Bunar are focused on upcoming USA Diving Zone A Championships in Maryland.
Family members and coaches wrote and shared letters to honor this year’s honorees.
Lexington Christian’s Samantha Gibson and Roxbury Latin’s William Weitzel were among those honored.
Framingham’s Kelvin Rivera earned Player of the Year honors.
Izzy Essi and Ashley Avery were among this spring’s honorees.
Ethan Zou and Charles Wang were among the athletes honored this spring.
Monomoy’s Jen Keim is the Player of the Year.
Connor McCarthy, Matt Treiber, and Bailey Laidman earned Player of the Year honors.
Charlotte Allard and Stephanie Croke earned Player of the Year honors.
William McManus and Esu Alemseged were among the athletes honored this year.
Norton’s Brooke-Lynn Williams is the Athlete of the Year.
Maddy Barone, Adrianna Favearu, and Logan MacDonald are the Players of the Year.
Blake DeCarr, Anthony Videtto, Andrew Olszak, Sam Henrie, and Joe Oriola were named Players of the Year.
In no particular order, here are 10 stories that stood out.
First-year starter Lauren Sablone was one of a number of young players that helped fuel their teams’ MIAA tourney runs
A bronze medalist for the synchronized skating Lexettes, Lexington’s Katie Melsky received an Athlete Ambassador Award from US Figure Skating
Thayer Academy rising senior Emma Fitzgerald won the heptathlon at the New Balance National Outdoor championships.
CATCHING UP WITH ...
Rachel Sprague takes lessons learned at Duxbury High and Bridgewater State to the Rebel diamond.
Donning pink bows for Sabrina Kelley, their beloved late teammate, the Clippers capped season with second straight state title.
North Andover High junior Erick Duffy soared to a sixth-place finish in the pole vault at the New Balance Outdoor National Track & Field meet.
CAMPUS ANGLE Q&A
After scoring a program-record 254 goals in high school, Allison Ryan transitioned to play key role for the nation’s fourth-ranked defense.