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Friday’s high school softball: Hampshire’s Brian McGan named MIAA coach of year as Raiders stay perfect

Friday, April 17, 2015

The MIAA announced its 2014-15 coaches of the year and awarded Hampshire Regional softball coach Brian McGan with his sport’s honor on Friday. “I’m very humbled by it. It’s a great honor,” McGan said. “The kids from my past teams have obviously helped me get there. They made Hampshire what Hampshire is. I’ve just tried to guide them to the right point.” McGan is in his ninth year with the …

Friday’s high schools: Belchertown boys lacrosse routs Monson

Friday, April 17, 2015

Alex Wordsworth’s seven goals and an assist powered the Belchertown boys lacrosse team to a 14-1 home blowout over Monson Friday afternoon. Ben Magarian (four goals, assist) and Grant Irving (two goals, three assists) each posted five points for the Orioles (4-1, 3-0 Suburban). Jack Medina picked up four assists, Jack Kenney added his first career varsity tally, and Connor Hughes and Adam …

Friday’s high school baseball: Freshman Jonathan Morrison fans 17 in one-hitter for Hopkins Academy

Friday, April 17, 2015

Jonathan Morrison gave the Hopkins Academy baseball team two outstanding outings in its run to the state final last season. On Friday Morrison dominated in his first start as a permanent member of the rotation. The freshman struck out 17 in a one-hit shutout as the Golden Hawks defeated Pioneer Regional 16-0 Friday afternoon in Northfield. John Jacques was 4 for 4 with …

Monday’s high school lacrosse: Northampton girls continue strong start to 2015

Monday, April 13, 2015

The Northampton girls lacrosse team continued its early season assault on the opponent’s net Monday afternoon by beating Westfield 22-12 on the road. Kerry Fleming (three goals, three assists) and Missie Maiewski (five goals, assists) each had six points for the Blue Devils (3-0), who have scored 55 …

Monday’s high school baseball: Alex Dragon throws no-hitter in debut for South Hadley

Monday, April 13, 2015

In his first career varsity baseball game, South Hadley pitcher Alex Dragon took the mound Monday afternoon for the season-opening start. The junior delivered a debut to remember, no-hitting Mahar Regional in a 10-0 home victory for the Tigers. Dragon struck out nine and walked one. He faced …

Monday’s high school softball: Freshmen pace Northampton past Holyoke

Monday, April 13, 2015

A freshman debuted at pitcher and catcher as the Northampton softball team opened its season against Holyoke Monday. With classmate Abby Pelis behind the plate, Anna Kerwood struck out eight and allowed three hits as the Blue Devils beat Holyoke, 14-2, in sixth innings in Northampton. Kerwood and …

Weekend high schools: Amherst pitcher Selah Dalomba delivers season-opening win over Hamp

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Selah Dalomba fired a complete-game four-hitter with 10 strikeouts as the Amherst Regional baseball team went on the road to defeat rival Northampton 6-1 Saturday in each team’s season opener. Jamie Carey (two runs) and Ethan Young each went 2 for 3 for the Hurricanes (1-0). Isaac Siegel …

Early release plan on Fridays approved for Frontier Regional, Union 38 students

Saturday, April 11, 2015

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Students in the Frontier Regional and Union 38 School District will be going home a bit earlier on Fridays next year. The regional and elementary school committees approved an early release schedule at a joint meeting Thursday night that would provide more time for professional …

Friday’s high schools: South Hadley cuts down West Springfield in boys lacrosse

Friday, April 10, 2015

Sam Duda scored seven goals with three assists as the South Hadley boys lacrosse team beat West Springfield, 17-5, in South Hadley Friday. Marcus Larrier added three goals, while Griffin Fitzell and Jason Fernandes scored two each. Pat …

Area baseball, softball teams ready to get outside, play ball

Friday, April 10, 2015

Four weeks after preseason workouts began March 16, the high school baseball and softball seasons should get underway in full force Monday afternoon. Many of this past week’s games had already been postponed due to poor field conditions. …

Hearing delayed on proposed 150-apartment Sugarbush Meadows in Sunderland

Friday, April 10, 2015

SUNDERLAND — The Zoning Board has again continued a site plan review hearing for modifications to a proposed 150-apartment Sugarbush Meadows complex to give its lawyer more time to review objections from the developer’s lawyer about conditions attached to a decision. The hearing will continue at 7 p.m. …

Thursday’s high schools: Northampton girls lacrosse hammers West Springfield

Thursday, April 9, 2015

The Northampton girls lacrosse team opened the season with a 21-6 blowout at West Springfield Thursday afternoon. Megan McCarthy and Missie Maiewski (assist) each scored four goals, while Kerry Fleming (assist) added three for the Blue Devils (1-0). Ursa Heidinger and Sophie Melcher had two tallies apiece, while …

Wednesday’s high schools: Kat Minor paces Frontier track past Belchertown

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Kat Miner won three individual events and two of her teammates each won a pair as the Frontier Regional girls track & field team opened the season by beating Belchertown 133-12 Wednesday in South Deerfield. Miner earned victories …