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Lonzo Ball: The Man, The Myth, The Mistake For The Celtics

Lonzo Ball: The Man, The Myth, The Mistake For The Celtics

By Ben Riela   The Celtics are at an important crossroads in their franchise history. They just returned to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time in five years. This  team is arguably the strongest team since the glory days of the “Big Three” (Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Ray…

Brad Marchand: Dirty Player or just Misunderstood?

Brad Marchand: Dirty Player or just Misunderstood?

by:  Asad Bhatti Brad Marchand was drafted by the Boston Bruins 71st overall in the 3rd round in 2006. He spent two years in the Bruins American League team before getting the call up to the pros. Marchand played 20 games in the 09-2010 season recording 1 assist and 20…

Could the Red Sox make it to the World Series?

Could the Red Sox make it to the World Series?

by:  Adam Dapolite     It’s no secret that the Red Sox haven’t done as well as we Boston sports fans are used to our sports teams doing. With the Patriots winning their fifth Super Bowl people are wondering, what’s next for Boston? The situation isn’t looking very bright for…

North America Should Host 2026 World Cup

North America Should Host 2026 World Cup

By: Nicholas McGrath On April 10, 2017, the United States, Canada, and Mexico announced that they had launched a clever joint bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The three countries’ plan has the US host a total of 60 games, including those from the quarterfinals onward, while Mexico…

Girls Lax Continues Undefeated Record

Girls Lax Continues Undefeated Record

by:  Lindsey Bromm Since the beginning of the March, the Westborough High School girls varsity lacrosse team has been hard at work building a real force to be reckoned with on the field. As the season started off slowly, waiting for the snow to melt off the turf and postponing…

Girls Track Setting Records One Meet at a Time

Girls Track Setting Records One Meet at a Time

Bethany Woodcock After coming off an impressive indoor track season, the Lady Rangers are out to a blazing start for the spring. After declaring retirement two years ago, Rick Hebert is back as the head coach. He has returned with an ambitious plan to capture the Mid Wach League title.…

Clarkson Provides Solid Play for Rangers

Clarkson Provides Solid Play for Rangers

By: Grace Green Westborough senior Kyle Clarkson has been playing baseball for as long as he can remember. As a kid he played tee ball and has  stuck with the sport ever since. He eventually earned himself a spot on the WHS varsity baseball team his sophomore year.  Clarkson’s passion…

Rangers Softball Looks to Earn More Wins

Rangers Softball Looks to Earn More Wins

By: Lauren Carlo Rangers softball is a little over halfway through the season and is currently 2-7 in the Mid Wach B league. The team has faced some very good, challenging teams and a few that were the right level of competition making some close scoring games. On April 21,…

Stuff Curry vs. Steph Curry: How To Eat Like An NBA Player

Stuff Curry vs. Steph Curry: How To Eat Like An NBA Player

By: Ben Riela The diets of NBA players are quite interesting. How is it possible to properly feed people in a league where the average height is 6 ft. 7 in. and weight that’s 220 lbs? Obviously, a massive amount of food is needed to pull of this feat, but…

WHS Baseball Co-Captain: Matty Ruhl Leading the Rangers

WHS Baseball Co-Captain:  Matty Ruhl Leading the Rangers

By:  Alexa Nichols WHS senior captain Matty Ruhl has had quite an impact on the Westborough High School baseball program throughout his four years at WHS. Ruhl is known for his speed, work ethic, and love for the sport. As this year’s lead off batter, with a .295 career batting…

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