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Boston College Daily Links: Wednesday, April 23
Good morning and happy Wednesday. No great BC moments from last night's NHL playoffs, though Brian Boyle did have an assist in the Rangers game.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Too many miles separated Jack O'Brien from Central hoop job
The Central boys basketball team stands united during the National Anthem before their January 29, 2014 game against Cathedral.
All-Western Mass. girls basketball selections: WMass champs Central, Longmeadow, Hoosac lead the way
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Olivier Hanlan will stay at BC
Only eight days on the job, Boston College basketball coach Jim Christian landed perhaps his biggest "recruit" Wednesday when he persuaded sophomore guard Olivier Hanlan to forgo the NBA draft and return to play for the Eagles next season as a junior.
Jack O'Brien steps down as head boys basketball coach at Springfield Central
Jack O'Brien had an early sense that his tenure as head boys basketball coach at Springfield Central wasn't exactly going to rival Bob Foley or Skippy Karam for longevity at one school.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Gaudreau Goes Pro: Johnny Hockey Signs With Flames
Per the Boston Herald , Boston College forward and Hobey Baker Award winner Johnny Gaudreau is now a member of the Calgary Flames.
Boston College Daily Links: Union Sends Boston College Home Early
Happy Friday, Eagles. Though this season the Boston College men's hockey team fell short of another title, which has nearly become the standard under Coach York, Eagles fans will have to take solace in the fact that the program has reached the Frozen Four in 11 of the last 17 seasons AND the team's best player will receive the sport's top ... (more)
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Connolly athlete John Goncalo nets Cowens award
"He's always been a huge fan of Dave Cowens for his hustle and everything," Goncalo said of his father, Bill.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Baseball: Fairhaven's Goulart delivers late-game heroics
The junior reserve came through with the big hit for the second time in as many years, delivering the walk-off RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning as Fairhaven won in extra innings for the second time this season, 3-2, over Wareham Wednesday.
Attention all award winners: Western Mass. High School Basketball Awards Banquet set for May 4
The All-Western Massachusetts High School Basketball Awards Banquet is set to put an official wrap on a memorable 2013-14 season.
Walsh seeks millions from state to renovate schools
Mayor Martin J. Walsh is making a full-court press with the state School Building Authority for money to overhaul six run-down schools, three of which could run tens of millions of dollars apiece.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
BC introduces basketball coach Jim Christian
It's been a little while - a quarter-century, in fact - since Jim Christian called New England home, but Tuesday afternoon that changed.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
All-Eagle boys basketball MVP Ardrey excels under pressure
Taconic guard Shaq Ardrey does not lack confidence on the basketball court, and when he starts to make shots from 3-point range, there are few better shooters in the county.
2013-14 Boys basketball All-Scholastics
The MVP of the Hockomock League, the 5-10 senior guard averaged 17.8 points, 6.7 assists and five rebounds per game in leading the Hornets to a 22-3 record and a league title.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
All-Eagle girls basketball team capsules
The versatile Rosse dominated the low post for the Hurricanes. The junior forward runs the floor extremely well, and her skill and basketball IQ allowed her to find a mismatch in every situation.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Lahovich Award Watch List: David Murrell wins, where everyone else finished
EDITOR'S NOTE: Each week MassLive.com will list the top 10 candidates for the John "Honey" Lahovich Award, Western Mass.
Teddy Bears strike gold in Bay State Games senior hockey
Teddy Bear teams are abound in the Connecticut Valley. Name the sport, name the age group, and you're likely to find a team sponsored by Ted Hebert, owner and president of Teddy Bear Pools in Chicopee.
Pasta dinners, laughs and smiles - first GL Tech football coach leaves big legacy
Former Greater Lowell Tech coach Joe Kane in 1979. Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our Smugmug site.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Putnam coach William Shepard named Western Mass. Coach of the Year
The Beavers lost only one senior and added four impact transfers, including Division I prospect Tyonne Malone Jr., to a team returning four starters and its sixth man.