After 20 Years, Another Mayflower Football Title for OC

Coach Brandon Mendez and the Old Colony football team have a good thing going, and there’s only one thing better than a good thing. More of a good thing. Six straight wins, including a 29-8 win over Cape Cod Tech last weekend, left the Cougars with their first Mayflower Small championship since 1997 – yep, […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey

Mite House – The Gateway Mite House team faced off with the Canal Sharks on Saturday morning in Falmouth. In the end the Sharks skated away with a 6-1 win, but not without a hard fought battle from the Gladiators. In net, Brodie Yeaw saw plenty of action and turned away more shots than could […] Read more »

Old Rochester Travel Basketball Association

Old Rochester Travel Basketball Association is announcing their tryouts for the 2017-18 basketball season on Saturday, October 21. This is open to boys 4th – 8th grade and girls 5th – 8th grade from Marion, Mattapoisett, and Rochester, as well as School Choice students. The tryout schedule is as follows: All boys’ tryouts will be […] Read more »

OC’s Leadership Shows with Fall Championship Drive

It was a wonderful Homecoming Week at Old Colony, but Athletic Director Matt Trahan is even more excited about the days ahead — hopefully, Championship Week. With volleyball, boys’ soccer, and football all looking at co or outright Mayflower League championships, it’s been a great October in the Rochester woods. “Lots of good stuff happening […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey

The Gateway Mite House team kicked off their season on Saturday with a hard fought 12-6 loss to YD in Falmouth. In net Henri Roy played solid stopping shots from all over while the offense fought hard against the stellar goaltending of YD. Jack Wronski got the Gladiators on the board with the team’s first […] Read more »

ORR on Track for Fall Playoff Sweep

With Old Rochester coming off an extremely successful season that saw their overall athletics win-loss record place in the top 10 in all of Eastern Massachusetts, it’d be easy to expect a bit of a slide back to the norm. Nope. With the fall sports year just past the halfway point, the Bulldogs are on […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey

The Gladiators Midget Blue team split the weekend with a 5-4 loss on Friday night and a 6-4 win on Saturday night. In the first game, the Gladiators traveled to Warwick to face the Wave. The Gladiators jumped on the board first, when Quirino doCanto took a pass from Jared Robbins, skated by a defenseman, […] Read more »

Special Olympics Partnership a Win-Win at Tabor

When the Tabor Academy Special Olympics club was started by popular student Molly Bend two years ago, no one knew how it would go. The answer? Better than anyone could have imagined. From humble beginnings, the club now has a 10-member student board, is seeking national status, and gets so many volunteers for their Sunday […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey

In their second game of the season, the Gladiators Midget White team, managed to skate away with a 4-4 tie against the Waves Blue team. The Gladiators roster was a bit depleted and had some players from the Gladiators Midget Blue team filling in. One of those players, Quirino doCanto, got the scoring going on […] Read more »

Area’s Only Female Golf Coach Leads OC to First Win

Old Colony bucked tradition years ago when they became one of the first schools in the area with a female head coach for their boys’ soccer program, Mary Anne Walker, who coached the team for almost two decades before retiring earlier this decade. And the Cougars did it again this fall with the addition of […] Read more »