UMass Boston’s Terry Condon has announced that 2016 will be her final season as a head coach of the university’s women’s volleyball team. During her coaching career, Condon mentored countless athletes while helping to grow women’s athletics throughout... Read more
The boys soccer team from Dorchester’s Jeremiah E. Burke High School will play for a shot at the state championship today in a Division 3 semi-final match-up with Marblehead High School. The Burke boys— led by second year coaching duo Patrick Mudie and... Read more
You can see them practicing out on Jim Rice Field in the South End on weekday afternoons - two schools, one football team: The Cathedral Panthers, a Division 4 co-op team comprised of players from both Cristo Rey Boston and Cathedral high schools,... Read more
Paralympic runner Chaz Davis, who is legally blind, won the annual Martin Richard Memorial One Mile Invitational, which was held on Aug. 18 at Moakley Park in South Boston. The event honors the life of Dorchester’s own Martin Richard and benefits the... Read more
With the end of the fiscal year approaching (why do they always bang out in July?) it’s time to clear the decks of last stray bits and pieces. Like for example:
• Has the folly of leaping hilariously to rash conclusions – a common contemporary... Read more
Columbia Point is once again the center of stadium-sized speculation this week as talks between the New England Revolution and UMass continue to weigh the merits of building a professional soccer venue at the former Bayside Expo Center site.
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In the week the incomparable Gordie Howe bid farewell amidst much tender reminiscing of the game he once exemplified, the National Hockey League season finally came to a merciful end, with the Penguins waddling off with their fourth Cup. To think: It... Read more
The Boston Neighborhood Basketball League tips off its 48th season on July 5, when nearly 2,000 youngsters from every corner of the city will flock to local blacktops and compete in two games per week.
The league features boys and... Read more
University of Massachusetts officials have had preliminary conversations with the Kraft family and the New England Revolution about the possibility of building a soccer stadium on prime waterfront land owned by the university on the grounds of the old... Read more
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