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JD Martinez is Already Proving His Worth to the Red Sox

JD Martinez is Already Proving His Worth to the Red Sox

By: Emma West “He’s too old to offer him five years.” “He had one good year.” “Pablo was a bust.” “Big contracts never work out, especially for the Red Sox.” It’s early, but J.D. Martinez is proving the doubters wrong. After signing a 5 year, $110 million contract on February…

Celtics Offseason Predictions

Celtics Offseason Predictions

By: Jack McGinn and Eric Gould The Boston Celtics had one of the most surprisingly successful seasons in team history. The season was a result of incredible play from the surplus of upcoming talents on the roster. The Celtics got significant and encouraging performances from many players still on their…

Unified Track: “Like a Family”

Unified Track:  “Like a Family”

By: Marisa Papagelis A less known spring sport at WHS is the boys and girls unified track team. The unified track team is different than other sports because it’s made up of student athletes with disabilities who are partnered with fellow WHS and Algonquin H.S. students.  The program has been…

Boston Playoff Update

Connors’ Stellar Career Not Done Yet

Connors’ Stellar Career Not Done Yet

By: Quinn Donovan and Domenic Casparriello WHS senior Dylan Connors has made his presence known across the athletics environment throughout his time here at WHS. A three-sport varsity athlete, Connors has begun each year by anchoring the defense of the powerhouse soccer team, then transitioning to the ski slopes during…

Rangers Softball Looks Forward to a Successful Season

Rangers Softball Looks Forward to a Successful Season

By:  Marisa Papagelis   The Rangers’ softball team is looking to rebuild during the 2018 season under the leadership of new Head Coach Kimberly Danish. This year will be Danish’s first season with the Rangers; she is also in the midst of her first year of teaching in Westborough at…

After Lots of Shoveling, WHS Girls Lacrosse is Ready for the 2018 Season

After Lots of Shoveling, WHS Girls Lacrosse is Ready for the 2018 Season

By Alli Avola, Jenna Lewis-Keddy, and Sarissa Volin Returning from an  undefeated 2017 season, the Westborough girls’ lacrosse team is finally kicking off their 2018 season after multiple snow days and lots of shoveling kept them to inside practices. The returning players are coming back from an outstanding 2017 season.…

Only Way To Go Is Up: 2018 Boys Lacrosse Preview

Only Way To Go Is Up: 2018 Boys Lacrosse Preview

By: Quinn Donovan With the spring sports season upon us here at WHS, some teams have just recently been able to get outside, but they refuse to be affected by the weather. One such team is the Rangers Boys Lacrosse squad who is eager to put in the work necessary…

March Madness is here: Guilbeau Breaks It Down

March Madness is here:  Guilbeau Breaks It Down

by:  Ryan Guilbeau Every year, millions of people across the country and beyond fill out their NCAA basketball brackets for March Madness, a 68 team, single elimination tournament. March Madness is home to some of the biggest upsets in sports, since every match-up is decided by only one game. March…

Yeah, We Lost…But the Dynasty Continues

Yeah, We Lost…But the Dynasty Continues

By: Emma West The Patriots’ loss in Super Bowl 52 left New England reeling. The season included both absolute dominance and crazy comebacks, suggesting to fans and critics alike that they were on the path to earning their sixth ring. But at the end of the season, the Eagles emerged…

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