The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association is warning high school athletes about an underground fight club.
It’s the biggest day of the year for High School football, as six Super Bowl champions will be crowned at Gillette Stadium.
For the thousands of Massachusetts high school football players that began the season, only a fraction of those student-athletes remain in contention.
Winter sport athletes at Gardner High can now compete in postseason competition.
I can see where the MIAA is money-conscious these days. They were running $200,000 behind budget at year’s end due to lagging attendance at football tournament games, the Globe reported.
The mayor has asked the city solicitor to file a civil lawsuit against the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association for banning the high school’s athletes from post-season play.
It’s Super Saturday for 38 High School Football teams today, but only 19 of them will walk away champions.
The Natick High School football team is moving on to Saturday’s Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium, after the MIAA denied a protest from Plymouth-South over Tuesday night’s playoff game.
Gardner High School’s prestigious girls swim team has been stripped of its 2012 state title.
The Winthrop father accused of pointing a laser into the eyes of a high school hockey goalie will face criminal charges.