High School: Brockton runs past B-R at Fenway, 31-20

November 24, 2022

BOSTON — There was a wonderful sort of symmetry to the whole thing. Over the years, Brockton coach Peter Colombo has had some great quarterbacks. But his best offenses have usually come behind a mammoth offensive line and a punishing ground attack. On Wednesday night at Fenway Park, Colombo coached his last game leading the Boxers in much the same manner he’s won with other squads. Behind the running exploits…

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High School: Divisions One, Two and Three Previews

September 9, 2021

CM dropping to Division Two has garnered statewide attention but the Knights are good enough to play in any division in the state. John Sarianides previews divisions one through three. Divisions one and two are loaded and are home to the best teams in the state. Division Three has some programs with some great tradition looking to get back on top. Here are our previews for Divisions One, Two and…

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High School: For Pacheco, the opportunity to coach at his alma mater was too good to pass up

July 20, 2021

New Bridgewater-Raynham Head Football Coach Lou Pacheco is an energetic, passionate guy. You can tell just by simply having a phone conversation with him. When the Bridgewater-Raynham job opened up this spring after long time coach and athletic director Dan Buron retired, Pacheco, (a school resource officer in the building) couldn’t pass up on the opportunity to apply. “When the opportunity presented itself, none of the assistants were applying so…

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Nickel Package: Five Thought’s From Friday Night’s High School Action

September 19, 2016

Bridgewater-Raynham’s upset of Xaverian highlights a wild weekend of high school football in Massachusetts.   1.No one in the state of Massachusetts thought that BR would beat Xaverian and snap their 25 game winning streak. Kudos to Coach Dan Buron and his kids. They played tough, physical Trojan football and got a huge win. 2. Central Catholic beat St. John’s Prep for the first time since 2011. I can’t say…

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