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 Athol's Dylan Gray, left, takes Narragansett's Owen Robichaud off the dribble during Friday night's basketball contest in Athol. Photo By Josh Talbot
ATHOL — The Athol High School boys’ basketball team will be forced to watch the finals of the inaugural Red Raider Holiday Hoop Tournament following a 59-48 loss to Narragansett, Friday night, in Mallet Gymnasium. Narragansett advances to play Gardner High School in the title game while the...
ATHOL — Recent results from the Athol Area YMCA youth basketball league are as follows: U10 Baxter Chiropractic 16, Pete’s Tire Barns 2 Ray Castine and Ethan Bacigalupo led the way as Baxter earned the win. Castine netted a game-high eight points while Bacigalupo tossed in six. Caleb...
BUCKLAND — The Mahar Middle School girls’ basketball team made easy work of Mohawk in a 39-13 victory, Wednesday. Emily Paluk led the attack with eight points while Micalyn Mailloux netted six. Isabelle Duga added five points for the victors. Courtney Page, Makayla Mathurin and Trinity Thomas...
BUCKLAND — The Mahar Middle School boys’ basketball team defeated Mohawk 44-10 on Wednesday. Matthew Lyesiuk led the attack with 12 points. Aden Santana added six points while Jamey Temple netted five. Jaden Softic and Daesean Watson tacked on four points each for the Senators. Tucker Ninteau...
ATHOL — Athol High School is seeking applicants for the head varsity softball coach position. Interested persons should submit a letter of interest no later than Wednesday, Jan. 6. Letters should be directed to Director of Athletics David King and sent to Athol High School, 2363 Main St. The...
ATHOL — The Athol Basketball Club went 2-5 in the North Central Massachusetts Youth Basketball League on Sunday. Results are as follows: Girls The Athol fourth and eighth grade girls’ teams were victorious while the sixth graders dropped a 15-7 decision to Maynard. The fourth grade girls...
Mahar's Malik Adams leans in for a shot as Mohawk's Colton Yezieski (4) defends during Wednesday night's basketball contest in Orange. For the second straight night, the Senators went cold in the second half as they dropped to the Warriors 44-30. Photo By Josh Talbot
ORANGE — The Mahar boys’ basketball team’s inability to score in crunch time is quickly turning into a fatal flaw. The Senators shot just 2-of-27 in the second half as a two-point halftime lead turned into a 44-30 loss to visiting Mohawk Trail Regional High School, Wednesday night. “We...
Athol High School's Kayla Robideau, left, tries to get out of the corner as a Narragansett defender swarms in during Wednesday's contest in Athol. The Raiders earned a 43-28 victory. Photo By Mike Phillips
ATHOL — The Athol High School girls’ basketball team was able to shake off some first half struggles to secure its first victory of the season with a 43-28 defeat of Narragansett, Wednesday night, in Mallet Gymnasium. The Lady Raiders (1-2) couldn’t convert early on and led the Warriors just 16-...
Mahar's Adam Clement sticks Pathfinder's Kendra Pease during Wednesday's wrestling match in Orange. The Senators prevailed 50-24. Photo By Josh Talbot
ORANGE — The Mahar wrestling team made an early statement in its quest to repeat as Tri-County League champions with a 50-24 victory over Pathfinder on Wednesday. Henry Ndayisaba, Adam Clement, Miller Richardson, Dylan Castine, Ben Gilmore, Chad Marcoux and Gabe Marcoux all got it done on the...
NORTHAMPTON — The Athol High School wrestling team couldn’t overcome four forfeits in a 48-21 loss to Smith Voke, Wednesday night. The Raiders surrendered at 106, 113, 195 and 285 pounds to the Vikings to put them 24 points behind without hitting the mats. Athol did get victories from Ryan White...

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