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soccer

Area girls’ soccer A couple of girls’ area soccer teams are highly ranked, as everyone gets ready for post-season play, which begins next week. The Leland & Gray girls have completed their regular season 12-2 in Division III and await … Continued

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marathon

What does the number 1,238 mean? I will pass along the number’s significance later. But first, we will turn to the number 1:23:21. A very impressive number. The latter number is the winning finishing time of last Saturday’s Front Porch … Continued

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football

There are 52 Fridays in 2019. The one about to arrive will see the biggest area athletic crowd of the year gather at Brown Field in Springfield to witness what many people hope is the best and most competitive Bellows … Continued

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football

Chieftain boys take center stage This fall in the town of Chester the shoe is on the other foot. When it comes to soccer success, the girls’ team has received most of the applauding in recent seasons. If things continue … Continued

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football

Area football collective winning record The overall play of football is up in the area this fall. After three weeks of action, our teams have a 5-2 record. It has been some time since a lofty tally such as that … Continued

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From my vantage point, it was time for another new beginning. Whether you are one who believes that fall begins Sept. 23, Labor Day, or on the day your local high school plays its first fall season athletic event, it … Continued

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I have loved the sport of baseball for a very long time. The first two pictures I saw of myself from my youth had me in a baseball uniform and a cowboy suit. I do remember the days of being … Continued

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Circle these dates on your calendar: Friday, Dec. 20; Thursday, Jan. 9; and Friday, Feb. 21. These are the dates Bellows Falls and Springfield meet up in basketball next winter. I have concerns about the three dates, but first thing’s … Continued

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field hockey

What do you want to be when you grow up? One young man from Springfield would like to work in baseball. The truth is though he isn’t so young anymore. Matt Wright is about to graduate from college. “Baseball has … Continued

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