Byline: By THOMAS JOHNSTON

BUCKLAND — Baskets proved hard to come by for the Mohawk Trail girls basketball team against Athol on Wednesday night.The Red Raiders were...

Three of the five Franklin County wrestling teams finished with winning records in 2018-19, and a number of standout wrestlers made deep runs at...

Girls basketball: Frontier falls to Wahconah

12/16/19

SOUTH DEERFIELD — It was an aggressive attack from the opening tip by the Wahconah Regional High School girls basketball team against Frontier...

GILL — Following a loss to North Yarmouth Academy in its season opener, the young and revamped Northfield Mount Hermon boys hockey team has found...

En garde: Frontier’s Mackin on the fence

12/6/19

It’s easy to go with the norm. Kids want to fit in with everyone else, whether it’s wearing the trendiest clothes, having the newest technology or...

Not many could have predicted the success the Mohawk Trail boys soccer team had in its first season back after not fielding a team in 2018.The...

Franklin County Technical School is looking for a better go-around the second time against its newly-formed Thanksgiving rival.The Eagles (3-7...

In order for a series to be a rivalry, both teams need to hold up their end of the bargain and make the games competitive.Tonight, Mohawk Trail...

It would have been tough for Remi Quesnelle to top her accomplishments with the Frontier Regional volleyball team in college, but she may have done...

Meghan Davis always seems to find herself in big races.Davis consistently led the Mohawk Trail girls cross country team on the big stage during her...

Senior years tend to go by in the blink of an eye, which has been the case for Western New England’s Dylan Husted.The South Deerfield native is...

In high school, Emma Wesoloski and Audrey Bresciano were rivals on the field hockey grass. Wesoloski was a star midfielder at Frontier Regional...

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