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Wednesday prep roundup: Jake Ross scores 30 to power Williston boys hoop

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Northampton’s Jake Ross scored 30 points to lead the Williston boys basketball team to a 68-53 win at Westminster Wednesday. Ryan Richmond added 12 points for the Wildcats (18-3). Girls basketball Williston 57, Miss Porters 19 — Natalia Baum scored 15 points and Gracie Simpson (South Hadley) added seven to pace the Wildcats (17-3) to the road win. Boys hockey Albany 6, Williston 5 — The two sides combined for …

Division 4 Girls Basketball: Holyoke Catholic races past Franklin Tech in first-round win

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

HOLYOKE — A slow start could not hold back No. 4 Holyoke Catholic as it knocked out No. 13 Franklin Tech, 39-22, Tuesday in the first round of the Western Massachusetts Division 4 Girls Basketball Tournament at Holyoke Community College. With the win, the Gaels (14-7) will face No. 5 Hopkins Academy (12-9) at 7 p.m. Friday night. The Eagles (11-10) played all …

Gateway Regional’s Austin Hermon finishes 10th on giant slalom at state alpine championship

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Gateway Regional senior Austin Hermon had the lone top-10 finish at the state alpine championships, Tuesday at Wachusett Mountain in Princeton. Hermon placed 10th on the boys giant slalom in 51.77 seconds. Hermon’s time of 37.97 seconds in the slalom positioned him outside the top 10. Georgina von Furth of Northampton had the best slalom time (39.60 seconds) among local skiers in the …

Thursday’s high schools: Easthampton snaps 12-game slide with win over Frontier Regional

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Courtney Urban scored 19 points to power the Easthampton girls basketball team to a 30-28 win over Frontier Regional, snapping a 12-game skid. The Eagles (4-13, 1-6 Franklin North) led 21-16 at halftime and withstood a Red Hawk rally on senior night. Urban and Katie Parzych each had …

Behind top seeds Brendan Weir and Brandon Weyant, Hampshire Regional looks to make noise at WMass Division 3 Wrestling Tournament

Thursday, February 12, 2015

WESTHAMPTON — When the Hampshire Regional wrestling team finished an up-and-down regular season Wednesday, they turned their eyes to the postseason. Despite having a small team loaded with young wrestlers, including middle schoolers, Hampshire head coach Todd Bryant …

Amherst, Northampton eye state boys indoor track championships

Thursday, February 12, 2015

At last Friday’s PVIAC boys indoor track & field championships, Amherst Regional and Northampton left the other teams in their dust. However, only one could win the title. But based on the way the teams line up at …

Wednesday’s high schools: Hopkins Academy rolls past Frontier Regional

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Jon Morrison had 20 points as the Hopkins Academy boys basketball team rolled past Frontier Regional, 64-44, Wednesday in South Deerfield. Morrison’s brother Brett and Sami Roe (10 rebounds) each had 12 points for the Golden Hawks (17-2, 13-2 Hampshire). Zach Kelley added 11 points in the win. …

Wednesday’s high school wrestling: Hampshire trio caps regular season with pins

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Hampshire Regional three 100-win wrestlers entered the postseason on a high note Wednesday. Brendan Weir (138 pounds), Nick Hoskin (145) and Brandon Weyant (160) each recorded pins during the Raiders’ 45-24 loss to Sabis. The trio will lead …

North Star self-directed learning center will move from Hadley to Sunderland after Russell Street School lease terminated

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

SUNDERLAND — North Star, a self-directed learning center for teens, will move to Sunderland after it was forced to leave the Russell Street School in Hadley. The learning center signed a five-year lease for the building at 45 …

Tuesday’s high schools: Northampton overcomes Amherst’s long-distance shooting in 65-45 win

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

In a battle of inside dominance against outside shooting, the short game won out Tuesday night. Amherst Regional drained a season-high 10 3-pointers at home, but Northampton earned a 65-45 win without a single long ball. Charlotte Maurer …

Tuesday’s high school boys basketball: South Hadley takes down Suburban leader Longmeadow

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Cam Earle hit a pair of free throws with eight seconds left to give him a game-high 20 points and the South Hadley boys basketball team a 53-52 home victory over first-place Longmeadow Tuesday night. The Tigers (11-5, 8-3 Suburban) featured a well-balanced attack as eight different players …

Northampton’s Charlie Denhart ties for fourth, Amherst Regional’s Margaret O’Connell eighth at PVIAC Alpine championships

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

A trio of local skiers placed in the top 10 at the PVIAC Alpine Skiing Championships, Tuesday at Berkshire East in Charlemont. Amherst Regional freshman Margaret O’Connell finished eighth overall with a time of 70.49 seconds in the …

Weekend high schools: Kass, Day reach century-mark milestones (plus wrestling/nordic results)

Monday, February 9, 2015

South Hadley forward Beau Kass was a freshman when previous 100-point scorers Chris Menard, Doug Sattler and Spencer Nawrocki played their final season with the South Hadley hockey team. Kass joined the club Saturday afternoon by picking up his 100th career point in the Tigers’ 8-2 loss to …