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KATE HUNTER
South Hadley senior Serena Sarage celebrates after winning the mile at the District F&G Division 2 Track & Field Championship Meet, Friday at Mohawk Trail in Buckland.

Frontier Regional wins District F&G Girls Track Championship

Friday, May 22, 2015

BUCKLAND — Track & field is usually a measure of individual success but on Friday night, the Frontier Regional girls team flexed its individual muscles, as well as that of the entire team. The Red Hawks had a pair of individual champions and also captured the team title during the District F&G Division 2 Championships at Mohawk Trail Regional High School. The meet also featured a pair of meet records as Frontier’s Kat Miner set the high jump mark, while Mohawk’s Makayla Hicks recorded the discus mark. Frontier finished first with 94 points, while South Hadley came in second with 81. Lee was third with …

Friday’s high school softball: Northampton walk-off clinches berth in postseason tournament

Friday, May 22, 2015

Lily Glading-DiLorenzo doubled to the gap in left-center field to dive in Allie Vanasse with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth as the Northampton softball team came from behind to beat Chicopee, 7-6, in a walk-off Friday. The win qualified the Blue Devils for the Western Massachusetts Division 1 Tournament. Northampton (7-9, 4-3 Valley Wheel) needed to win Friday to …

Friday’s high school baseball: Dalomba, Carey shine for Amherst in 10-inning win over Longmeadow

Friday, May 22, 2015

A pair of Amherst Regional baseball players won’t soon forget their senior night. Selah Dalomba hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th and Jamie Carey earned the complete-game victory as the Hurricanes topped Longmeadow 3-2 in 10 innings. “Selah smoked a line drive well over the right fielder’s head and we waved him all the way around for a …

Monday’s high school baseball/volleyball: Devin Kellogg delivers walk-off as Northampton downs Holyoke

Monday, May 18, 2015

Devin Kellogg delivered a walk-off single as the Northampton baseball team beat Holyoke, 2-1, at home Monday. Kellogg had two hits, an RBI and a run scored. Charlie Ferrera added an RBI single for the Blue Devils (4-11, 3-7 Valley Wheel). Hunter Salem struck out 13 in the …

Monday’s high school softball: Hampshire senior Savannah Waters inches closer to 150 career hits

Monday, May 18, 2015

Hampshire Regional senior Savannah Waters moved closer to 150 softball hits in her career with two singles in a 3-1 win at Chicopee Comp on Monday. Waters (three stolen bases) singled in the first and third, flied out to center field in the fourth and reached on an …

Southampton residents to vote on $16.43 million balanced budget at Town Meeting Tuesday

Monday, May 18, 2015

SOUTHAMPTON — In addition to addressing proposals for three Proposition 2½ overrides and two debt exclusions, Town Meeting voters on Tuesday will be asked to approve a $16.43 million balanced budget. “Generally we’re level funded,” Town Administrator Heather Budrewicz said of the proposed fiscal 2016 budget. The operating …

Weekend high schools: Amherst baseball holds off Northampton

Sunday, May 17, 2015

The Amherst Regional baseball team withstood a three-run seventh-inning rally by Northampton and held on for an 8-7 win in Amherst on Saturday. Selah Dalomba (run) went 2 for 3 with three RBIs, while Jamie Carey (two runs, RBI) and Isaac Siegel (two RBIs, run) each had two …

Southampton fire chief proposes adding second shift to improve response to emergency calls

Sunday, May 17, 2015

SOUTHAMPTON — Fire Chief John Workman wants to expand fire and medical call coverage in town, staffing the fire station with firefighters for an extra eight hours per day — though at a cost to taxpayers. Town Meeting voters on Tuesday will decide whether they want to see …

Southampton Town Meeting voters to consider $11.3 million in tax overrides and debt exclusions Tuesday

Sunday, May 17, 2015

SOUTHAMPTON — Town officials will ask residents to advance three Proposition 2½ overrides and two debt exclusions at Town Meeting Tuesday that would fund projects including a proposed $10.8 million public safety complex. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the William E. Norris School. The process …

Top girls seeds advance at WMass Individual Tennis Tournament; boys field sees upsets

Sunday, May 17, 2015

The top four girls single seeds in the Western Massachusetts Individual Tennis Tournament are still alive, while the same cannot be said in the boys field. The girls singles tournament was held Sunday at Smith College in Northampton, while the doubles tournament was postponed. The boys tournament was …

Northampton boys, Amherst girls win Steele Relay titles; Hamp takes top program award

Sunday, May 17, 2015

The Northampton track & field program got the best of rival Amherst Regional on Sunday, when it took the home the inaugural Steele Cup from the George Steele Relays, held at Northampton High School. The Steele Cup was awarded to the school with the best combined finish. Northampton …

Area school lunch menus

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Amherst-Pelham MONDAY: Mozzarella sticks, baked potato wedges, carrot sticks, spinach and tomato salad, orange, strawberry cup TUESDAY: Pasta with chicken meatballs and sauce, green beans, garden salad, apple, pineapple cup, carrot sticks WEDNESDAY: Homemade macaroni and cheese, carrots, spinach salad, strawberries, Bartlett pear THURSDAY: Hamburger, sweet potato puffs, …

Honor Rolls

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Amherst Regional Middle School Grade 7 Elvina Abzalimova, Vianka Acosta McKenzie, William Allan, Lucy Anderson, William Andresen, Sage Aronson, Hillary Atkinson, Anne Auerbach, Jessica Ayala Martinez, Joanna Ayala, Mandisa Bailey, Jesse Barker Plotkin, Hallenbeck Barker, Nicholas Bellak, Nadav Berkman, Mira Binzen Levi Blinder, Daniel Block, Jonathan Block, Philip …