Wednesday, March 6, 2013
The Algonquin Regional High School girls basketball team fell 34-31 to Wachusett on Tuesday at Clark University.
After trailing through the second half, the T-Hawks looked like they make a spectacular comeback when they narrowed the deficit to three with seconds remaining. A missed Algonquin three sealed the victory for Wachusett, who will advance to the division championship. "They were a really good team and we just had too many missed opportunities," coach Ron Jones said after the game.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Algonquin wrestlers placed seventh in the tournament.
Information submitted by Beth Mazzolla On Saturday, Dec. 15, the Algonquin wrestling team participated in the Marlborough Early Bird Tournament held at Marlborough High School. Algonquin was one of 18 teams participating and placed 7th overall in the tournament. Several wrestlers had outstanding days placing in a very competitive tournament: Alex Mazzola placed 2nd at 170lbs., Christian Saccone placed 3rd at 120 lbs., Mike Ryan placed 4th at 195 lbs., Joe Cozzolino placed 4th at 126lbs., and James Officer placed 5th at 285lbs. Other wrestlers who tallied wins were Austin Roche, David Wrin, Chris Steidler and Nate Morrell. Some great wrestling from newcomers Nolan Kessinger, Mustafa Ali and Sam Schick. The team will be competing in a dual …
Monday, September 10, 2012
After much consideration, and a recommendation from the Department of Public Health, the fireworks ... and nighttime sports ... are canceled in town.
After last week's threat of eastern equine encephalitis was raised to "high" in Northborough (and "critical in Westborough), by the Department of Public Health, local authorities met to discuss the appropriate response to ensure the town's safety. Due to their proximity to Westborough, the towns of Auburn, Hopkinton, Grafton, Shrewsbury, Southborough, Upton, Worcester an Northborough were elevated to high risk for mosquito-borne illness. Northborough's police chief, fire chief, health agent, superintendent, the public schools' athletic director and the town administrator met with others to consider steps that could be taken in reaction to the elevated mosquito-borne illness risk level. It was determined, unanimously, that nighttime …
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Some local reaction to the London Olympic games.
People at Northborough Crossing were polled about the 2012 London Olympics.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Golf courses across New England are either open, or opening earlier due to unseasonably warm winter weather.
The lack of snow has been bad news for ski resorts and hardware stores, but great news for ice cream shops, farms and golf courses. Some golf resorts in New England managed to stay open all year this year due to the unseasonably warm winter, such as Blissful Meadows Golf Club in Uxbridge, reported NECN.com. And others are planning on opening earlier than usual, including Juniper Hill Golf Course right here in Northborough. Juniper Hill, which encompasses two 18-hole courses, closed for the season on Christmas Eve Day, but will "probably open back up on March 15," according to Rita Cappello, outing coordinator. "Oh, people are definitely calling to ask if we're open," said Cappello. "We've gotten a lot of calls, especially with no snow. …
Friday, February 10, 2012
The athletic department at the high school is excited about its new Hall of Fame site.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Information courtesy of Fran Whitten, athletic director at Algonquin Regional High School The Athletic Department is very excited to announce the launch of the new Athletic Hall of Fame website. You can go to the school’s home page and click on athletics, then sports or go directly to the new site. The site provides a history of the Athletic Hall of Fame, a list of all inductees, induction programs and videos, a description of the selection process and criteria for eligibility, nomination forms, and ways to “support” the Hall of Fame. In addition there are links to the Algonquin Athletic and Athletic Boosters sites. While visiting these sites you can access the athletics schedule and learn more about the mission and role of the booster …
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Youth wrestlers do an "excellent job" at the Central Youth Sectionals and head to states on Feb. 26.
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Information courtesy of Donna Finnegan This past Sunday the Algonquin Youth Wrestling team participated in the Central Youth Sectionals. In an excellent showing, many fifth graders wrestled in the Novice Division for their first time. Nikita Terwedo, Will Black and Jonathan Nozaki wrestled some great matches in the Middle School Division. Also in the Middle School Division, Jake Agnew placed sixth in his weight category. The following Middle Schoolers all placed fourth in their respective weight, categories therefore qualifying them to participate in the State Tournament: Cam Marcoulier, Austin Roach, Matt Cone, Bryan Connery, Drew Cozzolino and Bryce Finnegan. The Youth State Competition will be held at Algonquin Regional High School …
Sunday, February 5, 2012
Zach Marcoulier marks his 100th win of his career, too.
Information courtesy of Algonquin Wrestling Team On Saturday, Feb. 4, the Division 1 Central Sectionals were held at Newton South High School. After a full day of wrestling, four Algonquin wrestlers advanced to the Individual Division 1 State Tournament to be held on Saturday, Feb. 11 at Weymouth High School. Albert Marsocci (220 lbs.) took second place and was the top place winner for Algonquin. Finishing in third place were Joe Cozzolino (120 lbs.), Alex Mazzola (170 lbs.), and James Officer (285 lbs.). These four wrestlers will represent Algonquin at the Individual Division 1 State championships. Placing fifth in the tournament and advancing to states as alternates are Chris Steidler (126), Zach Marcoulier (138), Carter Guzzi (152), …
Friday, January 20, 2012
Alissa Wood shines with an all-around score of 37.5
The Algonquin Girls' Varsity Gymnastic team defeated guest Hudson on Wednesday. The Lady Tomahawks are now 6-0 for the season.
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
The Tomahawks were outwrestled by Quabbin on Wednesday night.
Algonquin wrestled a tough Quabbin team on Wednesday night at Algonquin Regional High School. Quabbin defeated Algonquin by a score of 46 to 24. Earning points for Algonquin were James Officer and Joe Cozzolino, who pinned their opponents. Zach Marcoulier and Carter Guzzi also won their respective matches. Algonquin is now 2 and 1 in dual meet competition. Information and photos supplied by Katarina Wrin.