On and off the ice Cassandra Connolly has been a leader for over a decade. After being a key asset for the Woburn High girls’ hockey team during the early-2010s, then as an assistant coach with the Stoneham/Melrose girls hockey team, Connolly, at age 25, is now a first-year head coach of “St…
READING — A good shooting game for three quarters, combined with a stellar defensive effort, particularly in the first half, added up to a solid win for the Reading High girls basketball team.
Burlington High's boys hockey and boys and girls basketball teams enjoyed weekend success against Wilmington with all three programs winning. The girls hockey team was off last weekend.
READING — With little practice time over the past week, the Reading High boys basketball team entered its first game of the season at a distinct disadvantage against a more prepared squad. While their effort was there, the lack of sufficient prep time for the Rockets became more apparent as …
The NBA is continuing its season as planned even after concerns about COVID-19 exposure forced the postponement of Miami's game at Boston on Sunday, a day where no fewer than 15 players around the league were officially declared unable to play for virus-related reasons.
READING — With some free time last weekend, Reading boys head basketball coach Paul Morrissey got to witness some Middlesex League games online. What he saw was really not that surprising.
READING — After looking like it would be a long shut down, Reading High sports was given the go ahead to return to practice today as indicated by an email message on Thursday by Reading Superintendent John Doherty.
WOBURN — Considering Arlington has a Super 8 championship in its recent history, an early-season sweep of the Spy Ponders could be a promising indicator of good things ahead for the Woburn High boys’ hockey team.
ARLINGTON — The Woburn High boys’ hockey team got its season off to a successful start with a come-from-behind, 4-2 triumph over Arlington, Saturday afternoon at Ed Burns Arena.
READING — All Reading High winter sports “have been cancelled until further notice,” so stated a Reading School District email that went out Thursday, Dec. 30 by Reading School Superintendent John Doherty who also provided an update this morning.
WOBURN — There may be protocols to be followed, and new rules to the game, but the Woburn High boys’ basketball team will otherwise try and be the same Tanner basketball team Middlesex League Liberty opponents have come to expect.
WOBURN — The trend in girls’ hockey over the last decade or so has been the declining numbers of potential varsity players. The MIAA addressed the issue early on and came up with the middle school waiver program, where varsity teams can add younger players to the varsity roster in order to k…
After two years as a graduate assistant at Southern Mississippi, Reading native Joe Pappalardo (RMHS Class of 2015) has moved on to Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee where he will be co-special teams coordinator for the Governors. Austin Peay plays in the Ohio Valley Con…
WOBURN — No matter what, the Woburn High girls’ basketball team is going to play its style of the game, which features high pressure defense, fast break offense and a heavy rotation of players off the bench to keep everyone fresh well into the fourth quarter.
BURLINGTON — The Burlington High boys basketball team had a simply outstanding season in 2019-20, going 18-5 overall and winning the Freedom Division.
READING — After just one tryout, the Reading High boys basketball program’s upperclassmen had to shut down for two weeks due to a coronavirus case.
As high school winter athletic activities commenced this week, some severe restrictions will be enforced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic that no one has ever seen before.
There will be high school winter sports in the Middlesex League for boys and girls basketball, boys and girls hockey, and gymnastics. However, spectators will not be allowed to witness them.
READING — For 32 years Lois Margeson turned the Reading High girls swimming program into a dynasty. Now the veteran coach has decided to retire as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.