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  1. Red Sox lose to zero college teams, Rusney Castillo hurts left sideRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Over The Monster

    The Red Sox didn't lose to college teams, and if they didn't emerge unscathed, they're not too much the worse for wear. Coming into Tuesday's annual doubleheader against Northeastern and Boston College, the Red Sox needed to check two boxes for a successful start to the spring: The first they managed, albeit barely.

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  2. Four things we learned from the Division III girls basketball...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | MassLive.com

    This may seem like an obvious note. After all, Gatzounas - just a sophomore - averaged 22.4 points for the Tigers this season.

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  3. Boys hockey: Barnstable wins in 2 overtimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Cape Cod Times

    BOURNE It is hard to imagine that just two weeks ago, the Barnstable boys hockey team was left for dead in the water. Coach Scott Nickerson's Red Raiders were flat and showing little intensity down the closing stretch, so much that Nickerson was debating stepping down after the season.

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  4. Red Sox 1, Eagles 0: BC Hangs Tough In Exhibition With Big ClubRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | BC Interruption

    The Boston College baseball team fell to the Boston Red Sox, 1-0, on Monday afternoon at JetBlue Park at Fenway South in the 25th annual meeting between the two clubs. The game was the second end of a doubleheader for the Red Sox, and it featured an exhibition of baseball that surely made the man emblazoned on both teams' jerseys proud.

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  5. Red Sox' offense struggles in college sweepRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    This is, after all, a team that has finished in last place twice in the last three years, so any assertions that the Red Sox will be better in 2015 than they were last year should be greeted with a normal dose of healthy New England skepticism. They didn't look very good here on Tuesday, that's for certain.

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  6. Quick takeaways: Red Sox 1, Boston College 0Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | MassLive.com

    Despite just three runs combined against the college clubs, Boston is now 2-0 and has a day off before opening Grapefruit League play on Thursday against Minnesota. Blake Swihart stroked an RBI single in the sixth against Boston College to score the lone run as the Red Sox beat the Eagles 1-0.

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  7. Williston Northampton prepares for packed schedule of home tournament games WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | MassLive.com

    Any NEPSAC school would be lucky to have three winter sports teams qualify for their postseason tournaments. This year, not only did three Williston Northampton squads qualify for the postseason they all earned the right to host their first-round tournament games, and all those games will take place on the same day.

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  8. Dan Shaughnessy The amazing Pete Frates story continues to inspireRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Boston.com

    It was all very different then. It was nine years ago, and Frates was 21 years old and strong enough to launch a curveball into the visitors bullpen at Fenway Park.

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  9. Boys hockey: Norwell too much for BourneRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Cape Cod Times

    BOURNE – If the Bourne boys hockey team wanted a chance to knock off top-seeded Norwell on Monday night in the Div. 3 South Sectional quarterfinals, they'd require a career night from junior goalie Jack LaCasse.

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  10. First Pitch: Red Sox Season Kicks Off With Northeastern and BCRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | BC Interruption

    Every spring, Major League Baseball clubs kick off their exhibition schedule against collegiate programs. The games mean nothing to the college season and even less to the big leaguers, but it's symbolic.

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  11. Buckley: For Frates, 3 cheersRead the original story

    Yesterday | Boston Herald

    Unless Dustin Pedroia takes one off the ear or David Ortiz comes up lame while running down the line, today's doubleheader against Northeastern University and Boston College won't require any heavy lifting for the Red Sox. When the Sox take on BC in the second of the two seven-inning games, players on both squads will be wearing No.

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  12. Five things to watch as Red Sox open spring training games against Northeastern and Boston CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | MassLive.com

    The Red Sox will play the first and second games of their 34-game spring schedule today in the annual doubleheader against Northeastern and Boston College at JetBlue Park. The first game against the Huskies begins at 1:05 p.m. The game against the Eagles begins 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.

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  13. Bulletin Board: Turners Falls edges Frontier in NIT PlayoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Recorder

    Turners Falls advanced to the semifinals of the Boys' Suburban Amateur Basketball Blue/Green Grades 7 and 8 NIT Playoffs with a 52-50 quarterfinal victory over Frontier Sunday at Goodnow Gymnasium in South Deerfield.

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  14. Div. 3 South Boys Hockey: Hubert nearly leads Spartans to upsetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SouthCoastToday.com

    Immediately after the puck whizzed by his left ear and was buried in the upper right corner of the net, Bishop Stang senior goaltender Ryan Hubert collapsed in heap on the ice. He couldn't stand to watch Hanover celebrating their 2-1 shutout victory at center ice, and couldn't even acknowledge his Spartan teammates as they crowded around him to console him.

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  15. Miss Hall's basketball earns fifth seed in NEPSAC tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Berkshire Eagle

    PITTSFIELD >> Miss Hall's School basketball coach Matt Ward said he was a little surprised when he found out where the Hurricanes would be seeded in the New England Prep School Athletic Conference Class C tournament. Surprised, but not unhappy.

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  16. MassLive Athlete of the Week: Voting open for this week's winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | MassLive.com

    NOTE: Every Monday, MassLive will release its Athlete of the Week nominations. Voting will end each week on Wednesday at noon.

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  17. Final Day of Practice Before Red Sox Give It the Old College TryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Boston.com

    Steve Silva, a lifelong Massachusetts resident, joined Boston.com in 2004. He's covered the world championship runs of the Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins, and Celtics, the Boston Marathon, and more as part of the BDC and Boston Globe sports teams.

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  18. High School Boys Hockey: Xaverian, Holliston pick up 1-0 winsRead the original story

    Monday | Boston Herald

    Xaverian head coach Dave Spinale stressed the urgency to get pucks to the net coming into the third period and Jack Cook answered the call barely. The senior forward finally figured out standout netminder David McDonough with 8: 51 of the final stanza to give the top-seeded Hawks the 1-0 win over No.8 Braintree in the quarterfinals of D1 South at Gallo Ice Arena.

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  19. Canalmen get long-awaited tourney winRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | Cape Cod Times

    BOURNE – With all the regular-season success that the Bourne boys hockey team has had in recent history, it been a long time coming for the Canalmen to win a postseason game. Behind the first-career postseason shutout from junior Jack LaCasse and goals from Jacob Davis and Mitchell Eldridge, the eighth-seeded Canalmen took down No.

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  20. Boston College 6, Kansas 4: Eagles Come From Behind To Defeat JayhawksRead the original story

    Sunday | BC Interruption

    Down 4-0, Eagles score three in the fifth and two in the seventh to defeat a Power Five conference team John Gorman threw seven innings of sterling starting pitching, Mike King threw a near-perfect two innings of relief, and the Boston College offense erupted for five runs in the latter stages of the game as the Eagles defeated the Kansas Jayhawks, 6-4, on Sunday morning in Port Charlotte, Florida. BC had to rally from a large deficit as the Jayhawks built a 4-0 lead in the first four innings of play.

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