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Homecoming Victory for NRHS Football… Oct. 15, 2014

Homecoming Victory for NRHS Football… Oct. 15, 2014

| October 18, 2014

By Jordana Bieze Foster
Nashoba Regional football got its groove back on Friday night with a 21-14 homecoming victory over nonconference rival Marlborough, highlighted by a rejuvenated passing game and a positive turnover differential for the Chieftains.

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Boys Soccer Season Off to Slow Start… Oct. 8, 2014

Boys Soccer Season Off to Slow Start… Oct. 8, 2014

| October 10, 2014

By Michael James LeClair
The Nashoba Regional boys’ soccer team continued its early season struggles on Tuesday night, Sept. 30.Oct. 8, 2014

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Nashoba Falls to Wachusett, 24-17… Oct 1. 2014

Nashoba Falls to Wachusett, 24-17… Oct 1. 2014

| October 10, 2014

Oct 1. 2014 By Michael James LeClair The Nashoba Regional football team did all it could on Friday night but in the end it wasn’t enough. The host Chieftains welcomed Mid-Wach A rival and unbeaten Wachusett Regional to Bolton on Friday night. The Mountaineers survived a late scare and remained unblemished as they notched a […]

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Girls Youth Lacrosse Hosting Fall Clinics

Girls Youth Lacrosse Hosting Fall Clinics

| August 8, 2014

By Jess Thomas

Nashoba Girls Youth Lacrosse is teaming up with longtime lacrosse coach Rich Fulvi for four lacrosse clinics in September in Bolton. The clinics are open to all girls in grades K-8.

Fulvi has 20 years of coaching experience and is currently the owner and head coach of Rewards School of Lacrosse, serving Central Mass, and has coached youth through college lacrosse for both men and women, according to NGL Co-President Christine Shaw.

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Fielding a Summer Team

Fielding a Summer Team

| August 8, 2014

By Michael James LeClair
Champions are made in the offseason and that’s what the girls’ field hockey team at Nashoba Regional is striving for this summer.

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Former Baseball Player Has No Regrets

Former Baseball Player Has No Regrets

| July 15, 2014

July 16, 2014 By Jess Thomas The average Stow resident likely can’t say they have defeated former baseball great Roger Clemens and struck out 12-time All-Star Wade Boggs four times in a game. But Stow’s Paul Cacciatore did both of these in a 10-year minor league baseball career. “It was something that you can’t really […]

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Most Valuable Sharks… July 9, 2014

Most Valuable Sharks… July 9, 2014

| July 8, 2014

By Jess Thomas Stow’s Molly Trunfio and Quinn Gross brought home the hardware at the close of the Thoreau Sharks swim team’s winter season. The two, both entering seventh grade at Hale Middle School next fall, were awarded Most Valuable Player (MVP) for their age group on the squad. There are over 70 children on […]

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