Seven years ago (Sept. 20, 2014), our beloved colleague Joe Murphy died.
Talk to fans of most of Major League Baseball’s Wild Card contenders and you’ll probably hear more than your fair share of complaints.
NORTH READING — Quarterback Alex Carucci put up four total touchdowns in a 27-point first quarter for host North Reading (2-0) Friday night and Greater Lawrence couldn’t recover, losing 46-9.
DANVERS -- This was a statement game, not just a win for St. John's Prep but total domination from start to finish led by senior Jack Perry, who had six touchdown passes, three to captain Jackson Delaney, captain James Guy, who rushed for 115 yards, and stellar defense. The result was a 49-1…
When Alex Cora led the Boston Red Sox to the 2018 World Series championship, he did so by aggressively using every arm at his disposal. Starting pitchers regularly came out of the bullpen throughout the playoffs, giving Cora a combination of depth and versatility no one else could match.
DURHAM, N.H. – The defense turned in another strong performance and sophomore quarterback Bret Edwards, the former Central Catholic standout, connected with junior Brian Espanet (or a pair of passing touchdowns to lead the No. 23 University of New Hampshire football team to a 19-13 win over …
DRACUT -- Quarterback Chase Dwight rushed for a pair of first-half touchdowns, and Pentucket rolled past Merrimack Valley Conference foe Dracut 21-12 on Friday night to improve to 2-0 on the season.
NORTH ANDOVER -- Both Beverly High football coach Jeff Hutton and North Andover's John Dubzinski agree that no matter what happens to a high school football team on opening day, a team's true colors come out in its Week 2 contest.
WINDHAM -- Windham led by two scores heading into the fourth quarter, but defending Division 1 state champ Nashua North rallied for two late touchdowns to defeat the Jaguars 14-10 on Friday night.
Ayden Pereira couldn’t see the result as he hurled the ball toward the end zone as defenders closed in to deliver a crushing hit.
Coming to Seattle mired in his worst slump since joining the Red Sox, Kyle Schwarber broke out in a big way on Tuesday night when he delivered the game-winning hit with the bases loaded.
This past week reinforced two important truths about the Red Sox that have been evident for a while. The team is talented and competitive enough to play with anyone, and its atrocious defense is a potentially fatal flaw.
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Baseball players can be a superstitious bunch. When things are going well, players often avoid acknowledging their success, thinking that doing so might be bad luck or that they might start overthinking things.
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This Week's Circulars
- Schools, police investigate student sex video
- Haverhill High biology teacher terminated after 10 days
- Manhunt on for Brian Laundrie, the now-missing boyfriend of vanished Gabby Petito, as investigation takes bizarre turn
- Fallen Lawrence Marine awarded Purple Heart, laid to rest
- Selectmen reduce speed limit after horrific crash
- Murder victims' parents join revitalization effort in park where girls were killed
- Area schools vandalized after TikTok challenge goes viral
- Methuen police officer injured during crash on way to call
- Signature giant rat appears on Main Street in Salem
- Fiorentini, LePage to face off in Haverhill's mayoral election