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Wrestling secures titles, success in post-season tournaments

Wrestling secures titles, success in post-season tournaments

Emily Smith, Staff Writer
February 28, 2017
Filed under Sports

The wrestling team tackled the Division II state tournament on February 17 and 18, with standout athletes claiming titles and securing their spots in the next round at the New England tournament on March 4. At the state tournament held on their home turf at Algonquin, senior captains Drew Cozzolino a...

PROFILE: Reyes reaches new records

PROFILE: Reyes reaches new records

Asma Ali, Assistant Online Editor
February 17, 2017
Filed under Sports

Sophomore Tess Reyes first started getting into running in third grade, after her class did the mile for the Presidential Fitness Test. Now, she recently broke the Massachusetts freshman and sophomore record for the mile in indoor track, and she holds the record for the mile in outdoor track as well. “Somebody...

Girls’ gymnastics flips through season with impressive record

Girls’ gymnastics flips through season with impressive record

Dana Fishman, Staff Writer
February 10, 2017
Filed under Sports

With a successful 4-1 season underway, the girls’ gymnastics team is looking to go all the way to winning Leagues. “We’re trying to get the league title back,” senior captain Sam Brazeau said. “We haven’t had it in the past couple years, but I think this year we have a really good cha...

Boys’ basketball shoots for success, camaraderie

Boys’ basketball shoots for success, camaraderie

Drew Despres, Staff Writer
February 9, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The boys’ basketball team has enjoyed a thrilling season filled with excitement and incredible fan support, contributing to their overall record of 8-6. The team has grown a lot throughout the season, and many of the players believe that their games against Marlborough on December 29 and Shrews...

Girls’, boys’ swim teams dive into Sectionals, States

Girls’, boys’ swim teams dive into Sectionals, States

Darby Kim, Assistant Sports Editor
February 9, 2017
Filed under Sports

With the new additions to the girls’ and boys’ swim teams and their chemistry as a whole, the team’s rising level of competitiveness has shone through their successes and improvements this season. The girls have a striking winning streak with a record of 9-1. “The girls team surprised ev...

Boys’ hockey makes strides with new coach

Boys’ hockey makes strides with new coach

Emily Smith, Sports Editor
February 7, 2017
Filed under Sports

The boys’ hockey team has been fighting through their season led by new coach Greg Cappello, contributing to their hard earned record of 7-6-1. The team had a lot of success last season, making it to the Division III State Championship game at TD Garden in Boston which resulted in a 5-1 loss against Hanov...

Wrestling works for successful season

Wrestling works for successful season

Riley Garand, Staff Writer
January 11, 2017
Filed under Sports

Wrestling has pinned their way to a 14-5 record and 2-2 in the league with no sign of slowing down thanks to strong leadership, coaching, and team chemistry. Contributing to their record are recent wins against Ashland, Malden Catholic, and Beverly with a 42-36 loss to Cambridge. The team also...

OPINION: Senior sports seasons: the glory days

OPINION: Senior sports seasons: the glory days

Emily Smith, Sports Editor
December 21, 2016
Filed under Sports

Calling all senior athletes: we are about halfway through our senior year, and some of us may have already played in our last Algonquin sports game. And for those of you who still have time left, my only advice is don’t take a second for granted. Although I may hold some bias, I do believe that...

Unified Basketball shoots for smiles

Unified Basketball shoots for smiles

Farah Djunaedi, Staff Writer
December 19, 2016
Filed under Sports

The Unified Basketball team wrapped up their second successful season with a 2-2 record by bringing together players with various abilities to compete in a game they are all passionate about. The program involves students with and without intellectual disabilities. Together, the athletes with disabilities...

Thanksgiving football renews rivalry

Thanksgiving football renews rivalry

Drew Despres, Staff Writer
December 15, 2016
Filed under Sports

In the annual Thanksgiving football game, the Tomahawks soared past the Westborough Rangers in the final match-up of the season, marking the last time the 22 seniors on the team will represent T-hawk football. Every Thanksgiving the two schools renew their rivalry on the field as a part of this long...

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