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UM hockey team loses 3rd recruit

Sport: Hockey (Boys)  Posted: July 4th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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Stewart leaving Bucks

Sport: Baseball  Posted: July 4th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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Barstow deserves better fate

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: July 4th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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Fournier steps down at Lewiston

Sport: Lacrosse (Boys)  Posted: July 4th, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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Central big man already has two scholarship offers

Sport:   Posted: July 3rd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

 

 

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Chicopee Comp baseball player deals with lost vision in right eye

Sport:   Posted: July 3rd, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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Durgin hired by St. Mary's

Sport:   Posted: July 3rd, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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Underclass all-star game gives players college exposure

Sport: Baseball  Posted: July 3rd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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Kennebunk's McDonnell wins Flossie Smith Award

Sport: Lacrosse (Boys)  Posted: July 3rd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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Barstow's future at Katahdin uncertain

Sport: Basketball (Girls)  Posted: July 3rd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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TWO CELEBRATIONS IN ONE

Sport:   Posted: July 3rd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

July 3, 2008

The Charlestown High School boys track team and St. Mary’s girls hockey team continued the MBR On The Air Summer of Champions Wednesday by joining Mike Shalin and Danny Ventura at the Marina Bay studios of 1510, The Zone.

“This was the first of many shows that celebrates the accomplishments of two champions,” Shalin said. “We have a lot of teams to honor before the fall sports season gets going and Danny has booking two teams per show. It makes for twice the fun – and both these teams were a lot of fun.”
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Charlestown Track: L-R - Front: Kamel Riley, Coach Kristyn Hughes Back: Sheldon Allen, Kareem Cutler, Omar Aden, Yaovi Jondoh

Charlestown’s Kristyn Hughes, whose boys’ team won the All-States, was in during the first hour, along with athletes Kareem Cutler, Sheldon Allen, Omar Aden, Yaovi Jondoh and Kamel Riley – a great group of kids who talked about their marvelous rise to the top. Cutler impressed the hosts to the point where he was invited back during the summer as a co-host.

“The kid does a great job on the air,” Ventura said. “He’s a natural.”

Pagliuca, who also won a state title with the Lexington girls’ softball team (which will also be honored in the near future) was stuck in traffic with key players Abby Gauthier, Caitlin Gottwald and Christen Hart. Before they arrived, St. Mary’s athletic director Jeff Newhall phoned in from his car to talk about the team and his coach.
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St. Mary’s Girls Hockey: L-R: Coach Frank Pagliuca, Abby Gauthier, Christen Hart, Caitlin Gottwald

The hockey team joined the Plymouth North baseball team as an undefeated honoree on the champion Summer of Champions.

“What they did was special,” Ventura said. “Going through any sport without a loss is special and these girls did it in style.”

Gauthier noted the end of the Patriots’ undefeated run was something that was brought up before the final games. But nothing could stop these girls.

The players sent a birthday shout-out to teammate Bridget Mini, who was invited to call in. Her dad, Bob, was soon on the line, with Bridget then joining her teammates on the air.

Two-time Herald All-Scholastic Alison Walshe, who finished 31st in the recent U.S. Women’s Open in Edina, Minnesota, opened the show via the hotline. Still an amateur, she tied Lorena Ochoa and finished two strokes behind Annika Sorenstam in the tourney.

Later in the show, new Newton North girls’ coach Hank DeSantis joined via the hotline.

The Summer of Champions was set to continue Saturday morning (10-12) with North Cambridge Catholic Division IV boys’ basketball champion and the Everett High Division 1 Super Bowl football champs.

MBR On The Air – the wildfire is spreading across Massachusetts!

TWO CELEBRATIONS IN ONE - JULY 3, 2008

Sport:   Posted: July 3rd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

July 3, 2008

The Charlestown High School boys track team and St. Mary’s girls hockey team continued the MBR On The Air Summer of Champions Wednesday by joining Mike Shalin and Danny Ventura at the Marina Bay studios of 1510, The Zone.

“This was the first of many shows that celebrates the accomplishments of two champions,” Shalin said. “We have a lot of teams to honor before the fall sports season gets going and Danny has booking two teams per show. It makes for twice the fun – and both these teams were a lot of fun.”
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Charlestown Track: L-R - Front: Kamel Riley, Coach Kristyn Hughes Back: Sheldon Allen, Kareem Cutler, Omar Aden, Yaovi Jondoh

Charlestown’s Kristyn Hughes, whose boys’ team won the All-States, was in during the first hour, along with athletes Kareem Cutler, Sheldon Allen, Omar Aden, Yaovi Jondoh and Kamel Riley – a great group of kids who talked about their marvelous rise to the top. Cutler impressed the hosts to the point where he was invited back during the summer as a co-host.

“The kid does a great job on the air,” Ventura said. “He’s a natural.”

Pagliuca, who also won a state title with the Lexington girls’ softball team (which will also be honored in the near future) was stuck in traffic with key players Abby Gauthier, Caitlin Gottwald and Christen Hart. Before they arrived, St. Mary’s athletic director Jeff Newhall phoned in from his car to talk about the team and his coach.
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St. Mary’s Girls Hockey: L-R: Coach Frank Pagliuca, Abby Gauthier, Christen Hart, Caitlin Gottwald

The hockey team joined the Plymouth North baseball team as an undefeated honoree on the champion Summer of Champions.

“What they did was special,” Ventura said. “Going through any sport without a loss is special and these girls did it in style.”

Gauthier noted the end of the Patriots’ undefeated run was something that was brought up before the final games. But nothing could stop these girls.

The players sent a birthday shout-out to teammate Bridget Mini, who was invited to call in. Her dad, Bob, was soon on the line, with Bridget then joining her teammates on the air.

Two-time Herald All-Scholastic Alison Walshe, who finished 31st in the recent U.S. Women’s Open in Edina, Minnesota, opened the show via the hotline. Still an amateur, she tied Lorena Ochoa and finished two strokes behind Annika Sorenstam in the tourney.

Later in the show, new Newton North girls’ coach Hank DeSantis joined via the hotline.

The Summer of Champions was set to continue Saturday morning (10-12) with North Cambridge Catholic Division IV boys’ basketball champion and the Everett High Division 1 Super Bowl football champs.

MBR On The Air – the wildfire is spreading across Massachusetts!

 

 

Interview with Bryant Commit Sam Leclerc

Sport: Basketball (boys)  Posted: July 2nd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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2008 LEDGER ALL-SCHOLASTICS: Girls lacrosse

Sport:   Posted: June 30th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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Diabetes fails to slow Braintree's Melchionda on his march to BC

Sport:   Posted: June 30th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

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