Reading’s Mike Seibold is no different than a lot of Reading hockey players who come up through the youth hockey ranks and go on to play in high school.
For local high school and college athletes, the COVID-19 pandemic has either cancelled or shortened their spring seasons leaving them to wonder what could have been.
The four-year college basketball experience for Woburn’s Mat Catizone at Endicott College went far beyond what can be gleaned from looking at box scores and statistics.
(We take a look back at the 1982 EMass Division 1 North baseball tournament game between Winchester and Burlington. The following is a first-hand account at the game by Mark Reardon, Winchester’s starting pitcher on that day.)
After her 2019 season ended with a disappointing first round tournament loss, Westfield State junior softball pitcher and Woburn native Emily Arredondo was determined to atone for that disappointment.
READING — The 2010 decade for Reading High baseball was a continuation of the prior three decades of excellence as the program ran its streak of consecutive years making the state tournament to 26 years until finally missing out of a tournament berth in 2019 by one game.
WOBURN — Just like the most teams that play in Middlesex League Liberty, the Woburn High baseball team had to be above average in level of play just to make it into the tournament.
Winchester High basketball and football star, Michael Grassey spent the previous four years helping lead Hamilton College on its mission of going from a doormat to a NCAA Div. 3 national title contender.
Burlington native Mike DeMartinis was already a standout basketball player at Burlington High, having scored 1,086 points in his high school career before graduating in 2017.
Matt Mulvey is a prime example of someone who wanted something bad enough that he worked hard and achieved what he was after. For him it was in the game of basketball.
With live sporting events coming to a literal stop nearly worldwide, there are a lot of people in positions right now that they are not used to being in the middle of April.
WOBURN — The Woburn High girls’ soccer team is coming off a highly successful decade, one that saw the Tanners start slow and eventually reach the MIAA Div. 2 North semifinals twice in three years.
During her four-year career as an outstanding two-sport high school athlete at Reading Memorial High School, Haley Lightbody shined on the basketball court and on the outdoor track circuit.
BURLINGTON — If you’re around the football sidelines during the fall sports season as the weather goes anywhere from warm in September to frigid on Thanksgiving morning, you will find Marina Callahan blissfully cheering on her classmates as a cheerleader for the Burlington High football team.
READING — The Reading High football team has been in many memorable, high-stakes games this past decade, and not all of them have been in the playoffs. Two have taken place on Thanksgiving against neighboring rival Stoneham, a series which since 2013 has produced plenty of highlights and wil…
WOBURN — With the COVID-19 outbreak in full bloom nationally and sporting events having been brought to a complete standstill, it is hoped that playing golf can bring some relief.
After four years competing for the UMass Lowell indoor and outdoor track teams, which culminated last year with becoming the America East Conference runner-up in the shot put, Woburn native Jenny Lee had a chance to compete in Division 1 college softball, the other sport she competed in at W…
WINCHESTER — When reflecting on the greatest games of the last decade for the Winchester High football team, head coach Wally Dembowski (who took over in 2011) and his staff focused on wins that were the building blocks to where the Sachems are now, in good shape while moving forward to the …
WOBURN — The past decade for high school football has been complete for the past few months so it is time to look back at the Top 5 Woburn High football games from the past 10 years.
WINCHESTER — There were no Super Bowls or Middlesex League Liberty titles, but to look back over the last decade, the Winchester High football team had some pretty good players that made for an exciting team to watch.
WOBURN — When putting together the Woburn Hockey boys hockey All-Decade team, the talent and depth reminds us just how good the Tanners were through the first half of the decade, culminating with Super 8 appearances in 2011 and 2015.
WOBURN — After pouring over Middlesex League All-Star lists and countless game reports, box scores, as well as the old memory, here is the Daily Times Chronicle’s selections for the Woburn High All-Decade (2010’s) Football Team.
BURLINGTON — Ryan O’Halloran wrapped up his four-year high school hockey career with a spectacular senior season leading his Red Devils to the Super 8 tournament.
WOBURN — It was an amazing year for the Woburn High girls’ basketball team as it went from a struggling outfit, offensively, in the early part of the season, to becoming Middlesex League Liberty champions and the No. 1 seed in the MIAA Div. 1 North tournament.
When the Woburn High girls’ hockey team faced Austin Prep in the MIAA Div. 1 state semifinals, two years ago, quite a few people felt the Cougars had the edge.
WOBURN — With each passing day, after the Woburn High girls’ hockey team clinched a spot in the MIAA Div. 1 state final, it became increasingly apparent the game with Austin Prep was unlikely to happen, due to the precautions being made in response to the worldwide coronavirus (COVID-19) out…
WOBURN — For the third time in four years, the Woburn High girls’ hockey team is on its way to the TD Garden to play in the MIAA Div. 1 state final, following a 2-0 shutout of Boston Latin, Monday night, March 9 at O’Brien Rink.
WOBURN — The Woburn High girls’ hockey team is one win away from its third trip to the TD Garden in three years, following a thrilling, 2-1 victory over St. Mary’s, in the MIAA Div. 1 state quarterfinals on Friday, March 6 at O’Brien Rink.
WOBURN — An absolutely amazing season ended the only way it could for the Woburn High girls’ basketball team — short of winning the MIAA Div. 1 state title — with the Tanners leaving it all out on the court after an incredible effort.
LOWELL — It is not easy to beat a good team three times in the same season and the Reading High boys hockey team found that out the hard way.
TEWKSBURY — After battling back from deficits the entire game, including a near miraculous comeback in the final minutes of the fourth quarter, the Burlington High boys’ basketball team ran out of gas in an overtime period.
CANTON — On paper, it appeared the senior-laden No. 2 seeded Norwell girls hockey team might have the advantage over a young 18th-seeded Burlington team in its state Division 2 first round game at Canton Ice Arena on Monday night.
WOBURN — As the fourth quarter got under way in Saturday night’s MIAA Div. 1 North quarterfinal, the situation was not looking good for the top-seeded Woburn High girls’ basketball. Eighth-seeded Billerica was outplaying the Tanners and it scored the first basket to take a seven-point lead.
WOBURN — The battle of recent MIAA Div. 1 state girls champions held a lot of intrigue, Saturday evening at Stoneham Arena, that was until the Woburn High girls’ hockey team scored four times in the second period to take a commanding lead over last year’s defending champs, Methuen/Tewksbury.
STONEHAM — In the end, the Burlington High boys hockey team’s lack of finish left the Red Devils on the wrong end of their Super 8 elimination game against Catholic Memorial on Sunday afternoon at the Stoneham Arena.
BURLINGTON — The ability to make big shots, and play solid defense for the first three quarters, helped the Burlington High boys basketball team hold on for a big tournament win.
WATERTOWN — The season came to a heartbreaking end for the Reading High girls hockey team who left it all on the ice against a tough Braintree team.
CAMBRIDGE — After getting past a 16-win team in the first round of the tournament, the Reading High girls basketball team quickly discovered a second 16-win opponent was far tougher to deal with than the first one.
WOBURN — Ever since the MIAA Div. 1 state girls hockey pairings have come out, many have wondered: who exactly are the Cape Cod Furies, fourth-seeded Woburn’s 29th-seeded opponent?
STONEHAM — For the longest time in last night’s MIAA Div. 1 North boys’ hockey game, it seemed the Woburn High boys’ hockey team might pull off one of those improbable victories where the goalie is fantastic and the offense does just enough to enable the upset.
EVERETT — While being a 13-seed playing at a four-seed in the tournament could have been intimidating, it certainly didn’t negatively effect the Reading High girls basketball team.
WOBURN — It took nearly a half of play, but the Woburn High girls’ basketball team had a successful launch into the MIAA Div. 1 North tourney, last night at Torrice Gym.
BURLINGTON — The inability to close out a game where it had a double-digit, fourth-quarter lead cost the Burlington High girls’ basketball team a chance to win its first tournament game.
The Winchester High girls hockey team advanced in the MIAA Division 2 state tournament with a 5-2 victory over Bishop Fenwick on Tuesday at the McVann/O’Keefe Memorial Rink in Peabody.