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Byline: By JAVIER MELO

Alarms went off at 4 a.m. in Belchertown over the past two weeks.With that, marked a new season for the Belchertown hockey team.Following back-to...

BELCHERTOWN — The Belchertown football team put on one of its best defensive performances of the season, defeating Palmer 23-6 on Wednesday night...

AMHERST — It wasn’t pretty, but UMass beat Central Connecticut State, 89-43, in its opening game of the 2019 Basketball Hall of Fame Tournament...

WESTFIELD — While the scoring wasn’t nearly as high, the outcome was the same.The Holyoke football team played Westfield for the second time this...

SPRINGFIELD — The Amherst Regional boys soccer team fell one step shy of the Western Massachusetts Division 1 Tournament finals with a 1-0 loss to...

SOUTH HADLEY — Hunter Carey’s huge second half led the South Hadley football team to a 33-14 win over Wahconah in the Western Massachusetts...

AMHERST — The Amherst Regional boys soccer team overcame cold and wet conditions to beat East Longmeadow, 3-2, in the quarterfinals of the Western...

HOLYOKE — The Smith Academy field hockey team’s undefeated season was stopped short on Wednesday as the Falcons fell, 4-0, to Greenfield in the...

HADLEY — The Hopkins Academy boys soccer team rallied from an early deficit to beat Hampden Charter, 5-2, in the first round of the Western...

HATFIELD — Karlie Guimond scored an overtime winner 2 minutes, 20 seconds into the extra period, and the Smith Academy field hockey team beat...

NORTHAMPTON — The Pathfinder football team outgained Smith Vocational on the ground to keep the Vikings winless with a 20-6 victory, Friday night...

Northampton Community Rowing has turned the tide and found a new wave of excitement during a successful fall season.The youth program is trending...

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