TIDS n’ BITS: Green Wave boys basketball in tourney finals Wednesday; charter review hearing on Feb. 29; Cormier pulls election papers
ABINGTON BOYS BASKETBALL IN COTTER TOURNAMENT FINALS WEDNESDAY. Abington boys basketball team is in the finals of the Shawn P. Cotter Memorial Basketball Tournament. The surging Green Wave defeated Cape Cod Academy Monday night 67-51. They will face North Quincy Wednesday night at 7 p.m., at the Abington High gymnasium. Cotter was a longtime Abington Junior High School teacher and coach before becoming a lawyer and serving as Town Counsel.
Maine Radio Host Krissy T. Tries Oyster for the First Time With Gronkowski
Life is so funny. I think my favorite part about it is the idea that you wake up every day unable to predict where your day is going to take you. Well, last weekend, I woke up on Saturday and knew I had to travel to Boston to be on TV, but I didn't know what was going to come next, (just the way I like it).
‘Totally ridiculous’: Some fans upset with TD Garden’s new bag policy
Much to the dismay of many, Boston’s TD Garden rolled out a new bag policy over the weekend, drastically limiting what fans can bring into the arena.
Milton mom Jenn Perella win the 125 lb Open Central New England Golden Gloves
Milton mom Jenn Perella win the 125 lb Open Central New England Golden Gloves. On February 15, Milton mom Jenn Perella won the 125 lb open central New England golden gloves in Lowell. From the Golden Gloves Website:. Every year in the Golden Gloves there is a new flock of...
You can now play a round at golf courses around the world and not leave South Shore Plaza
Eat, drink and practice your golf swing at the newest virtual golf simulator on the South Shore. Golf Lounge 18 officially opened its latest location Feb. 17 in Braintree at the South Shore Plaza near the Primark entrance. ...
HC Bill O'Brien details his plan to rebuild Boston College
New head coach Bill O'Brien has his work cut out for him at Boston College.Frankly, bowl eligibility has been the goal at BC for some time now, but even that hasn't been a guarantee.For instance, previous head coach Jeff Hafley made only one bowl — winning the Fenway Bowl last season. He went 22-26 in four seasons and was considered a relative success. In fact, since 2010, Boston College has been bowl-eligible only seven times. No, things aren't great at BC, but O'Brien saw an opportunity and he apparently believed in it. Believed in it so much that he skipped town on...
Quincy Public Schools Celebrates Inclusive Community with Special Olympics Event
Quincy Public Schools recently held a Special Olympics event at Quincy High gym. Elementary students participated in a variety of activities. Special Education administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, and volunteers collaborated to ensure the event's success. Students from NQHS & QHS Early Education & Care also contributed by managing activity stations and supporting the participants.
'They've had it rough': Despite turbulence, Braintree girls competing with the best again
BRAINTREE – The past looms over the Braintree High girls basketball program. The Wamps once ruled Division 1 with an iron fist, winning four state championships in six seasons from 2014-19. Run it back a little further – to the early stages of the dynasty in the 2011-12 campaign – and Braintree went...
Bone-Crushing Lacrosse Hit Sparks Debate After Drawing Penalty For Illegal Body Check
Boston University moved to 3-1 during the 2024 men’s college lacrosse season with a win over Brown on Tuesday night. The Terriers scored 16 goals en route to victory over the Bears in Providence. It was a good win for a college lacrosse program that hopes to compete for a third-straight Patriot League title. However, […] The post Bone-Crushing Lacrosse Hit Sparks Debate After Drawing Penalty For Illegal Body Check appeared first on BroBible.
Archies new all-time leader: Vote for the High School Girls Hockey Player of the Week
Pembroke High's Maria Cantino and Ella Skieber have been voted the High School Girls Hockey Players of the Week. The Titan duo combined to receive over 43,000 votes to earn the honor. Both girls had two-goal games in a 7-2 victory over Quincy/North Quincy. And this week's candidates are... Caroline...
Stay Mello: Chase's record-setting performance saves Hingham boys basketball team's season
Chase Mello’s career with the Hingham High boys basketball team is not over yet. The senior extended the Harbormen’s season with an historic performance to qualify for the state tournament on the last day of the season. Mello dropped a program-record 45 points (the old record was 36) to lead Hingham past defending Division 3 state champion Archbishop Williams, 57-44, and into the Division 2 playoffs with an 11-11 record.
Better by the Mile: Pregnant marathoner takes on Olympic Trials to cheers of 'Go Mama!'
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Maegan Krifchin is a running fanatic -- she's also a professional marathoner and a member of theBoston Athletic Association's open team. In fact, running is so important to Krifchin that three weeks ago, she laced up her sneakers and took on the U.S. Olympic Trials -- all while seven months pregnant.
Vietnam War veteran from RI honored by Celtics
The Warwick man served as a combat medic in the Army.
Women’s Preview: Last chances
Boston is having a disastrous homestand only winning one game and only getting to OT in two more with two regulation losses to date. Coach Kessel has been throwing the lines into a blender but nothing is working. You have to wonder what she will be cooking up for tonight and will it be the mix that finally works.
Team Medals Highlight Crimson Performances at Junior Tournaments
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard fencers competed on American and foreign soil this weekend, posting impressive results and performances at national and international junior tournaments. A trio of Crimson fencers took the strip in Charlotte, N.C. for the 2024 USA Fencing Junior Olympics. In men's epee action, first-year Owen Jin...
Welcome to the 1K club: Vote for the High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week
Canton High's Mercia Kolokithas has been voted the High School Girls Basketball Player of the Week. The senior received over 25,000 votes to earn the honor. Kolokithas scored a career-high 31 points in a 74-57 win over Stoughton. She drained nine 3-pointers in the win. And this week's candidates are...
Lawsuit Filed to Stop Privatization of Franklin Park by Professional Sports Team
BOSTON — For-profit sports investors have proposed privatizing White Stadium and 1.5 acres of surrounding public parkland in Boston’s historic Franklin Park. Plaintiffs from the neighborhoods surrounding the park, along with park advocates with the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, are deeply concerned about:. the unconstitutional privatization of public land;
Boston Cannons' Turnaround Continues with Championship Series Victory
SPRINGFIELD, Va. — One year ago, Brian Holman was hired as the head coach of the Cannons. During the Championship Series, he sent a text to his players that said, “Fellas, we’re going to be in this tournament next year, and we’re going win it.”. His...
Heavy hearts: Somerset Berkley basketball players play for fallen heroes in title game
SOMERSET — Wednesday's final of the Crosby/Couto Memorial tournament meant more than just a basketball game to Somerset Berkley's Brendan McDonald and Dom Taylor. Not only was the duo playing for a championship, they were also honoring and playing for two fallen former Raider heroes. "It feels great (to be playing for them)," said...
COMING TO THE SHRINERS: Women’s Roller Derby To Hold Season Opener On March 9
WILMINGTON, MA — Boston Roller Derby, a Boston-based, female-only roller derby league, returns to the Shriners Auditorium (99 Fordham Road) on Saturday, March 9, 2024 for the start of the league’s season. Doors open at 4pm. Matches are scheduled for 5pm and 7pm. An after-party will take place...