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Tiger is so Back

Tiger is so Back

By: Will Schiffman ’19 Tiger Woods is finally back. After 1,876 days Tiger Woods is finally a PGA tournament champion once again. Woods won the 2018 Tour Championship on Sunday beating the 30 best golfers in the world. Some golf experts and many avid golf fans never thought that Tiger…

Jake Hughes: WHS Soccer & Basketball All-Star

Jake Hughes: WHS Soccer & Basketball All-Star

By: Luke Sullivan ’21 and Will Burger ’20   Senior Jake Hughes is a very hardworking two sport varsity athlete and captain. From the moment he entered the high school, Hughes has been an important factor on both the basketball and soccer teams. Hughes’ athletic career started in pre-school where he…

WHS Girls Volleyball Continues to Win

WHS Girls Volleyball Continues to Win

By: Kate Foster ’19 The fall season is back in session and volleyball is looking to compete in the state championship once again. They have already played ten games and out of those they have only recorded two losses, one against Barnstable on Monday and one upset against Shrewsbury early…

Josh Gordon’s Troubled Past, Predicting His NFL Future

Josh Gordon’s Troubled Past, Predicting His NFL Future

By Domenic Casparriello and Eric Gould The Patriots’ week three loss to the Detroit Lions has caused an uptick in panic among Patriots fans around New England. The defensive line could not provide pressure with Trey Flowers being sidelined with a concussion, and the offense could not get anything going…

Red Sox punching their Golden Ticket

Red Sox punching their Golden Ticket

By: Adam Dapolite ’20 “Big contracts never work out for the Red Sox.” “Don’t you remember ‘78?” “They don’t stack up as well statistically in a couple of spots.” The Red Sox are silencing the doubters with a season of epic proportions. With stars such as Mookie Betts, Chris Sale,…

New Look Patriots Strive for Success

New Look Patriots Strive for Success

By: Eric Gould ’19 and Domenic Casparriello ’19 Thank goodness, it is finally football season, and the Patriots are looking forward to another successful season in Foxborough. Over the summer, New England made some big improvements, but also took some hits and lost key players that have helped them to…

2018 Celtics Preview

2018 Celtics Preview

By Ryan Guilbeau ’20 and Keegan Kerr ’20 October 17, 2017 was the date set to tip off the 2017-2018 NBA Regular season. The new look Celtics, with offseason additions Kyrie Irving, Gordon Hayward, and rookie Jayson Tatum, were hungry for an NBA Championship. However, only a little over 5…

Algonquin to Westborough to Loyola Maryland: Lexi Austin’s Volleyball Journey

Algonquin to Westborough to Loyola Maryland:  Lexi Austin’s Volleyball Journey

By: Abby Papetti After transferring from Westborough’s rival school, Algonquin Regional High School, Lexi Austin continues to have a positive impact in the school both on and off the volleyball court. It took little time for Austin to adjust to the new dynamic after joining the Rangers. As an outside…

Tyler Stott: Former WHS Soccer Star Thriving at Boston College

Tyler Stott: Former WHS Soccer Star Thriving at Boston College

By: Jake Hughes ’19 and Daniel Bugaev ’19 Tyler Stott was a very well known name around Central Mass soccer last year and is now known amongst the Collegiate level of the Atlantic Coastal Conference. Stott was a Central Mass all-star and earned all-state mentionings his last two years of…

Nike Takes Courageous Stance and Supports Kaepernick

Nike Takes Courageous Stance and Supports Kaepernick

By Jack McGinn ’19 On September 5, Nike released an advertisement starring former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick first gained a spotlight in the news in 2016 when he began kneeling during the national anthem in protest of police brutality and racial oppression toward people of color. The…

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