Monday, May 20, 2013
Youngwoo Cho and John Patrick Halloran are among those who wore the cap and gown this past weekend.
Information submitted by Saint John's High School On Sunday, May 19, at 9:30 a.m., the Saint John’s High School commencement for the Class of 2013 took place in the Hart Center at the College of the Holy Cross. Rev. José Rodriguez celebrated the baccalaureate liturgy with concelebrant Rev. Edward Niccolls. Headmaster Michael Welch presented the Award for Scholastic Excellence to James Zatsiorsky of Shrewsbury and the Xaverian Award to John Giacoppe of Leominster. James Zatsiorsky gave the Valedictory Address to his classmates, in which he thanked his family and Saint John’s for instilling in him the invaluable practice of preparation and pride in one’s accomplishments that drives him daily. The 252 members of the Saint John’s graduating …
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
St. John's math teacher and Northborough resident Chris Benestad, who ran in the 2013 Boston Marathon, spoke at the beginning of this event.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Photographer Sue Teplansky swears that Kramer, the family dog, is a good omen for the Algonquin varsity baseball team.
Photographer Sue Teplansky swears that Algonquin Regional High School never lost a baseball game when Kramer, her family's dog, was at the game. Kramer watches through the gate intently as the varsity team plays. That included Sunday, when the Tomahawks beat St. John's 2-1 to become Central Massachusetts District champs. Thanks to photographer Sue Teplansky, who supplied this shot of the winning team along with her dog, Kramer, to Northborough Patch. Read a recap of the game on Northborough Daily Voice.
Monday, June 13, 2011
The boys lacrosse team beat St. John's on Saturday to take the Central Massachusetts division title.
The boys lacrosse team at Algonquin Regional High School were crowned the Central Massachusetts Division Two champs on Saturday when it beat rivals St. John's in a tight 10-9 game that included overtime. "The effort by the boys on this team has been outstanding all season, especially during the playoff run," said Coach Rich Luongo. The team is now 19-4 overall and will take on Longmeadow on Tuesday, June 14, in the state semi-finals at 7 p.m. at Foley Stadium in Worcester. Algonquin lost to Longmeadow early in the season 8-4, "but we are a different team now and I am sure they will be taking us seriously when we match up on Tuesday," said Luongo. Saturday's match was led by sophomore Davis Kraft, who landed four goals, including the …