Category Archives: High School

Mass. High School Hockey: Lancers finish off rollercoaster season with Garden Party

by JOSHUA KUMMINS BOSTON – Pomp and circumstance was in the air on Sunday evening as the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association concluded its annual Division IA Tournament with a bang on TD Garden. The Malden Catholic Lancers and Austin Prep … Continue reading

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Recap: Littleton bests Maynard, advances to semi-finals

By DANNY JAILLET LITTLETON, Mass.– In what was a thrilling basketball game between two Tiger teams, one ultimately came up short. Unfortunately for head coach Paul Howes and the Maynard Tigers, it was they who would suffer the bitter taste … Continue reading

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Close Games Bring Intensity to RIIL Open Tournament

BY TIM SCOTT Throughout Rhode Island, there were many intense basketball games that changed the outcomes of several teams’ destinies. When the maximum margin of victory was just five points, the closeness and tension associated with the eight postseason games … Continue reading

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Preview: Maynard-Littleton hardwood rivalry renewed Friday night

by DANNY JAILLET LITTLETON, Mass.– There is an adage that goes “the third time’s a charm.” For the Maynard Tigers, they hope the “charm” comes, in the form of a win tomorrow night when they face off against rival Littleton … Continue reading

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2013 RIIL Open State Tournament Preview

BY TIM SCOTT For the third year, the Rhode Island Interscholastic League will be hosting their annual Open State Tournament. This year’s tournament will feature sixteen of the state’s best teams, and will culminate with the eventual state champion. Each … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Basketball Hall of Fame

by Patrick Cavanaugh I recently had the opportunity to visit the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. I never knew you could squeeze heaven into 40,000 square feet of basketball history. I will now try my best to describe the … Continue reading

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MSCHA High School All-Star Game: Kurker, Team North Doubles Up South at DCU Center

WORCESTER — Sam Kurker of St. John’s Prep (pictured) led the way for the Team North All-Stars with two goals as they upended the Team South All-Stars 4-2 at the DCU Center on Sunday in the3rd Annual MSCHA High School … Continue reading

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Help Out Two of Boston Sports U18’s Writers!

Two of BSU18’s “longtime” writers, Eddie Pannone and Joseph Kuykendall are seniors in high school and thus will be attending college next year. They both have entered to win a $5000 scholarship to help them in their efforts to pay … Continue reading

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Chance of a Lifetime for BC High and Catholic Memorial Results in 4-0 BC High win

by Joseph Kuykendall BOSTON, Mass—When people grow up and talk to their kids and grandkids about their high school playing days, usually the big state championship game, senior night, and their best game come up in that conversation. But BC … Continue reading

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Listen to Joseph Kuykendall of BSU18 broadcast Lowell @ Andover high school basketball game tonight!

Joseph Kuykendall of Boston Sports U18 will be braodcasting the Lowell Red Raiders vs. Andover Golden Warriors basketball game tonight. Kuykendall broadcasts Andover’s home games as part of a Senior project. This will be his third game that he has … Continue reading

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