Youth and High School Sports News


  • WAREHAM GATEMEN: From Alaska to Cape Cod, Justin Montgomery shines

    Justin Montgomery doesn’t like to surrender runs. Then again, what pitcher does? Unfortunately, all will eventually. But in Montgomery’s case, maybe not this summer.
  • SOUTH COAST OULAWS: Out of bounds, out of luck

    If this is what all the games are going to be like in the Eastern Football League, the South Coast Outlaws are in store for a wild season. All the scoring in Saturday's game took place in the fourth quarter and the Middleboro Cobras were able to squeeze out a 7-6 win over the Outlaws at Plymouth North High School.
  • LEGION BASEBALL: Zone 6 vs. 10 All-Star Game a success

    Saturday was not a typical summer afternoon at Rockland Memorial Stadium.Fifty high school-aged baseball players played in the annual American Legion All-Star games between Zone 6 and Zone 10.“I think it is cool to play with the kids from the town in front of the college coaches and try to impress them,” Rockland Post 147 infielder James Dolan, who played on Archbishop Williams Division 4 State finalist team as a junior. “I just try to play my game and have [...]
  • SOUTH COAST OUTLAWS: Welcome to the EFL

    When the South Coast Outlaws open the season at home Saturday night against the Middleboro Cobras, they'll do so as a member of the Eastern Football League.
  • YOUTH SAILING: HYC to host Junior Olympic event July 13-14

    On July 13 and 14, Hingham Bay will be filled with sailboats as far as the eye can see.The Hingham Yacht Club will host the USA Junior Olympic Sailing Festival for sailors varying in experience levels from ages 8-18.“Ideally, participating in regattas like this, these Junior Olympic events, provides an Olympic pathway for a certain number of select, talented junior sailors,” said event chair Jen Drohan. “But it’s really intended to be a lot of fun [...]
  • GIRLS LACROSSE: History made by Silver Lake team

    Reaching the state tournament for the first time in the program’s history was on the minds of the Silver Lake girls lacrosse team from the moment they arrived for the first day of practice this spring.