Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Algonquin Regional and Westborough's Thanksgiving rivalry continues Thursday at the Rangers' home field.
Bragging rights will be at stake at Westborough High School this Thanksgiving when the Tomakawks take on the Rangers. Neither the Algonquin Regional nor the Westborough varsity football teams are vying for the post-season entering their holiday rivalry's 10:15 a.m. kickoff. The Tomahawks are 2-8, while the Rangers are 1-9. However, "the Thanksgiving tradition between Westborough and Algonquin is strong," Westborough head coach Mark Ellis said Tuesday. "No matter what the records are going in, it's anybody's game," said Ellis, who's in his 16th season at Westborough, the last 12 as head coach. Pre-sale tickets are currently available for $5 at the Westborough High main office. Tickets will be $10 at the gate. The Westborough High …
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
ARHS had one of its best seasons in history. Track, baseball, lacrosse and rugby—these teams are tops.
According to Algonquin Regional High School's athletic director Fran Whitten, the Tomahawks sports teams had "probably the best in Algonquin history" in terms of championship games. This past weekend, ARHS's girls rugby team defended its MYRO State Championship (Massachusetts Youth Rugby Association), girls lacrosse won the Central Massachusetts district title (the team plays tonight in the semi-finals), the boys lacrosse team won the Central Massachusetts district title (also playing tonight for state semis) and boys varsity baseball also took the district title. The baseball team takes on Westfield on Tuesday night for the semi-state final. On Saturday, too, Algonquin sent 12 kids to the New England Track and Field Champsionships at …
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
The Algonquin girls hit fifth overall with a score of 18.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
The Algonquin girls indoor track team placed 5th overall with a score of 18 points at the DII relay meet, the top Cmass finisher on the girl’s side. The following it the scoring for the team: SP relay: 6th Emily Polanowicz, Abby Solis, Sarah Jackson. All throwing season best performances, E. Polanowiczs’ and A. Solis’ marks qualifyed them for the State meet. HJ relay: A four-way tie for second between Bridget Owen, Alisha Faherty, Emily. All jumped 4’9”, and Mauro and Faherty had season best jumps at 4'9". 4x200m relay: Fourth place, Abbie McCann, Brenna Stewart, Gaby Digiovanni (fastest leg 26.1 sec), Megan Davis (1:50.0 season best, state qualifier). 4x800: 3rd, Emily brown, laurie finelli, Annie Sullivan, Kyra Shreeve (10:08.49, …
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.
Saturday, December 31, 2011
The Tomahawks come out number 15 of 22 in this past week's tournament.
On Wednesday and Thursday, Algonquin's wrestling team competed in the annual Holiday Wrestling Tournament at Framingham High School. After the first day, Zach Marcoulier (138) and James Officer (285) were 2-0 and several other wrestlers were still in the tournament with just one loss. Friday morning wrestling knocked out most of the wrestlers, except Marcoulier, Officer and Chris Steidler (126). The tournament ended with Zach Marcoulier placing secon, James Officer placing second and Chris Steidler placing eighth. Algonquin placed 15th out of 22 teams. Information and photos suppled by Katarina Wrin Got feedback, photos or info from an event in town? We'd love to showcase this. Email email@example.com.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Algonquin takes on the Westborough Rangers in this annual tradition.
Stay tuned to Northborough Patch for photos of the game. And, please, add your own! At 10:40 a.m. it's 0-0. End of the first quarter, the Rangers sweep in for a touchdown, and make the kick, making it 7-0 Westborough. In the second quarter, Westborough scored a field goal, making it 10-0 Rangers. Near the end of the second quarter, and the Tomahawks touchdown (kick no good) brings 'em closer. It's now 10-6 Rangers. Touchdown, Tomahawks! Algonquin takes the lead 12-10 with 6:58 left in the third quarter. With 3:42 left in the third quarter, the Rangers take the lead with a touchdown, 18-12. The Rangers now lead, 24-19, with 6:45 left in the fourth quarter. After a strong showing by the Tomahawks, Algonquin is defeated by Westborough. The …
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
The Tomahawks take on their rivals, the Westborough Rangers, on Thanksgiving.
The ARHS varsity football team once again takes on its annual rivals, Westborough High School, in a Thanksgiving Day matchup on their home turf. Teams take to the field at 10:15 a.m., and tickets are $5. "It should be a great game this year," said Algonquin Head Coach William Long. "Both teams have had their ups and downs this year, so you know the kids from both squads are going to fight tooth and nail to end the season on a high note. I know our seniors—CPT Zach Meath, CPT Kyle vaccaro, Tim Hanlon, Mike Babine and Jordan Entwistle—will give it everything they have to ensure a victory." Look for results and photos of the game on Northborough Patch. Also, we invite you to submit your photos and videos. Just click and load.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
The Algonquin boys pulled out another win in lacrosse to head to the state finals.
He calls 'em the "Cardiac Kids," and they pulled out another overtime win on Tuesday, ending with 9-8 against west champions Longmeadow. But Coach Luongo said "this was no easy task." With a 6-1 lead midway through the second quarter, Longmeadow scored two late goals to end the half at 6-3. In a "crazy third quarter" that "had us in a bit of a tizzy," Longmeadow shot four unanswered goals, making it 7-6. "Longmeadow is a perennial tournament team," said Luongo, "and we knew they would make a run at us that they did. They boys never wavered they have an composure I have never seen from any high school team." Mike Wood (freshmen attack) scored at 2:41 of the fourth quarter to tie the game. Zack Tarallo scored at 1:41 to put the T-Hawks ahead…
Monday, June 6, 2011
Five things you need to know today, June 6. Well, you might not need to know them, but you might like to know them.
1. What a racket: The girls varsity tennis Tomahawks head to the quarter finals today. 2. The Northboro Chiropractic Center holds "Miracle of Healing Inside and Out" at the center, starting at 6:30 p.m. 3. From history.com: "Although the term D-Day is used routinely as military lingo for the day an operation or event will take place, for many it is also synonymous with June 6, 1944, the day the Allied powers crossed the English Channel and landed on the beaches of Normandy, France, beginning the liberation of Western Europe from Nazi control during World War II." 4. The Harmonica Club meets at the Northborough Senior Center. 5. The Northborough Food Pantry is presently holdings its healthy food drive. drop off all donations during the …