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After three straight seasons of coming up just short, Quaboag Regional of Warren can finally add another sectional championship banner to their gym's rafters.
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By Julie Ann Pepi WORCESTER - St. John's may not have been playing at home but it sure felt like they were.
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As the Putnam boys basketball team stretched on the track at the Curry Hicks Cage before the Western Massachusetts Division I championship, UMass basketball star Raphiael Putney came over to wish them luck and give the Beavers a quick pregame pep talk.
The box score doesn't show it, but Karina Miranda was arguably the most valuable player for the Central girls basketball team in its 49-35 win over Northampton in the Western Massachusetts Division I Tournament title game Friday night.
Lynn English was stunned in the first four minutes of its Division 1 North semifinal against Woburn last night as the Tanners jumped out to an early 7-0 lead, thanks to four points from standout freshman Marissa Gattuso.
Players to watch: WB: Brittany Stone, Christine Schondek and Ericha Whitham; VT: Nakira Examond, Iris Rivera, Mikayla Roderick, Rileigh Avila, Jen Pires and Payton Wildrick.
Saturday will be a basketball marathon at The Curry Hicks Cage. Twelve teams from eight schools will compete in consecutive games, and the last of the six Western Mass.
Behind a 26-point, 15-rebound effort out of junior sniper Amy Assad, No. 15 Millis captured its first Central Mass.
AMHERST Longmeadow opened the season at the historic Curry Hicks Cage in Amherst, struggling offensively, but prevailing by three against South Hadley in the Pioneer Valley Tip-Off.
Pittsfield battled in the second half to shrink Longmeadow's lead, but the Lancers' size down low was too much for the Generals to handle, and Pittsfield fell in the Western Massachusetts Division II semifinals 65-51 on Thursday.
The North Middlesex Regional girls' basketball team punched its ticket to a title tilt with a 56-48 victory over Ludlow in a Western Mass.
As the top two teams in the best league in Western Massachusetts, it is no surprise that No.
There is a saying come postseason time that the farther you go in the tournament, the more it hurts when the run finally ends.
Madison Sinkfield spent much of the offseason working on her game, especially a baseline jumper she shot over and over again.
Bedford's Samantha Cowan tries to squeeze between Arlington Catholic defenders Demiana Fogarty, left, and Presley Silva in Billerica.
The Milton team bus pulled out of the Brockton High School parking lot, and the players and cheerleaders could not contain themselves.