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Lions ready to roar under coach Richards' guidance

Sport: Football  Posted: September 2nd, 2008 by Tom Nolette




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ASHLAND GIRLS CAP SUMMER OF CHAMPIONS

Sport:   Posted: September 1st, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Aug. 30, 2008
 
   With the big football preview show coming next Wednesday, MBR On The Air finished off its Summer of Champions celebration Saturday with an entertaining visit by the undefeated Ashland Division 2 girls’ softball team.

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Ashland softball: (L-R)  coach Steve O'Neill, Kylene Pease, Nicole D'Argento, Erin Gilfoy, Lindsay Shorey

   “Our count is 26 teams on 26 days, although math was never one of my best subjects,” Mike Shalin said after he, Danny Ventura and guest co-host Steve Sviontek welcomed coach Steve O’Neill and players Nicole D’Argento, Kylene Pease, Erin Gilfoy and Lindsay Shorey to the Marina Bay studios of 1510 The Zone. “We were thrilled to have all these kids with us this summer and will a lot more in the future, but it’s going to be tough for any to be more fun than this group.”

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(L-R) Ashland softball coach Steve O'Neill and guest co-host Steve Sviontek

   The Clockers, who beat Hudson to win the title, even came armed with their own version of “We Are The Champions,” which the girls sung On The Air.

   The second hour featured hotline visits with Acton-Boxboro championship field hockey coach Mae Shoemaker, who just returned from Beijing, where she watched her son Jarrod, compete in the Olympic Triathlon.

    Also joining the guys was local broadcasting mainstay Mike Logan and Adam Kurkjian of the Metrowest Daily News. Kurkjian will be in studio for the two-hour football show, this Wednesday from 5-7.

   Sviontek joined Shalin and Ventura after winning a silent auction at the Foxborough Relay For Life (to benefit cancer research) in June. He did a fine job On The Air, even reading the on-air commercial for Strike One in Danvers.

   The first annual No Player Left Behind charity golf tournament will take place Oct. 2 at the Presidents Golf Club in Quincy. For information on playing, sponsoring a hole, or helping out any way you can, contact Joe Martone at joe@mbr.org.

    No Player Left Behind is our non-profit arm, which provides funds to kids (and even programs) short on cash as they attempt to compete.

   There’s still time for you to join our fast-growing list of advertisers and make it into our first Ultimate Sports Guide Book, which will feature rosters, schedules and other goodies about your favorite team. Contact us at sales@mbr.org.

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Sport:   Posted: August 31st, 2008 by Tom Nolette




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Goodbye bridge, hello Patriot

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Falcons to take the Staires ( Campbell Conference loook)

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Leavitt, Oak Hill moving up

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EL to challenge top 2

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Sport: Football  Posted: August 31st, 2008 by Tom Nolette



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For Winthrop Ramblers, success rejuvenates program

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Morrill follows big footsteps

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