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Competitive College Basketball Season Hits Halfway Mark in Massachusetts

by MATT HOSMAN In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, six Division 1 basketball teams are vying for berths in the postseason. Generally, teams from Massachusetts are competitive nationally, and this season is no different. The teams span a wide range of … Continue reading

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BC off to 3-1 start thanks to excellent running game

by TOM JOYCE CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — After losing Andre Williams to the NFL Draft, the Boston College Eagles took a huge hit in their run game. Last year Williams rushed for 2177 yards on 355 attempts in a true … Continue reading

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In NECBL duel, East prevails over West

by BRADLEY SMART LACONIA, N.H. — The 2013 NECBL All-Star Game got off to a quick start for the Western division, scoring one run in the first inning, but it was all pitching from there. The Eastern pitchers scattered 12 … Continue reading

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Previewing the NECBL All-Star Game

by BRADLEY SMART The NECBL All-Star game takes place on Sunday at Robbie Mills Field, headlining one of the best prospect showcases in all of summer collegiate baseball. As 58 of NECBL’s best prospects take the field in a day … Continue reading

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Boston, New York stay strong together

Welcome guest columnist Brian Danuff as he brings us this great commentary on the Boston/New York rivalry, also remembering the Boston Marathon tragedy one month to the day: December 26, 1919 is a date not too many people remember. That … Continue reading

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Going Pro: Looking at the Pats, New England colleges in the 2013 NFL Draft

by TAYLOR SNYDER The New England Patriots are coming off of a disappointing AFC championship loss that was heartbreaking to most fans. But in the offseason, they made some notable moves, which included bringing in wide Danny Amendola from the … Continue reading

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Celtics, Knicks renew rivalry to open NBA Playoffs

by PATRICK OWENS NEW YORK — The latest edition of the New York/Boston rivalry kicks off in the opening round of the National Basketball Association playoffs this afternoon at Madison Square Garden. It is a rivalry that has been building … Continue reading

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Revolution start season in strong fashion with Saturday shutout of Fire

by CAMERON MERRITT BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. — The New England Revolution began their season on a high note Saturday night as they defeated rivals Chicago Fire 1-0 at Toyota Park, only the second time the Revs have won in that stadium … Continue reading

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Opinion: The Rise and Fall of Brandon Bass

by TREY ADELL Have you ever watched a player and say “Man, this team would be so much better if this guy never played.” If you have, then you know how most Celtics fans feel about Brandon Bass. It has … Continue reading

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Ex-Revs Captain Joseph Traded to Sounders FC

by CAMERON MERRITT SEATTLE — Longtime New England Revolution defensive midfielder and former captain Shalrie Joseph was traded to Seattle Sounders FC from Chivas USA in exchange for second round picks in the 2014 and 2015 MLS SuperDrafts last week. … Continue reading

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