Marconi Station Wrestling Club


Marconi Station Wrestling Club is now in its third year and will open its doors to the public for interested participants. Children in kindergarten through 8th grade can stop in and see what goes on in a typical wrestling practice. This event will take place on March 22 and March 24 from 6:15 to 7:45 […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey


Squirts: The Gateway Gladiator Squirts took to the ice on Saturday to push for its first win in this year’s playoffs, and they did by a score of 4-2. In the first period and with a clean top shelf shot, Ty David Ribeiro got Gateway on the board with help from Benjamin Hebbel. Soon after, […] Read more »

Hockey Unlimited Honors 4 Players


During the final week of the season at Tabor Academy, Hockey Unlimited presented awards to four of its players. Joy Mello of Mattapoisett and Alicia Wohlgemuth of Halifax received the Most Improved Player awards. Tim Dyer, Managing Director & Head Coach of Hockey Unlimited, stated while presenting the awards, “Joy and Alicia each have shown […] Read more »

Mariner Youth Soccer Scholarships


The Mariner Youth Soccer Association, which has provided soccer instruction, skills clinics and both recreational and competitive soccer opportunities to children 4-18 in the communities of Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, Marion, Rochester and Acushnet for over 25 years, is pleased to announce that it will offer four $500 scholarships to Mariner Youth Soccer Alumni this spring. Criteria […] Read more »

Road Ends for Boys’ Basketball, Hockey


Only two teams competed this week as state tournament play began and the track team took a rare break from competition. The boys’ hockey team was unfortunately knocked off in the first round of the state playoffs, but that shouldn’t detract from their fantastic season and positive outlook for the future. Boys’ basketball won their […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey

Gateway Bantam Bethany Davis fights for the puck

Squirts: Gateway Gladiator Squirts started the playoffs off on the wrong skate on Sunday against the Walpole Express, but will be back and ready next weekend for Game 2 of the playoffs. Late in the first period, Thomas Clavell skated through Walpole’s lines strong and shot the puck right past the goalie’s blocker, with an […] Read more »

Boys’ and Girls’ Pentathlon Teams Champs


This week, both the boys’ and girls’ track teams fielded state champion pentathlon units at the Reggie Lewis Center. Juniors Will Hopkins, Danny Renwick, and Eli Spevack won the boys’ championship, while sophomore Madisen Martin and seniors Morgan Middleton and Zoe Smith were victorious for the girls. In addition, the boys’ basketball team lost a […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey


Squirts: Gateway Gladiator Squirts faced K.P. Walpole on Saturday for their last regular season game and they made it count, taking the 3-0 win. Both teams played a defensive game in the first period with no tallies. In the second, Ty David Ribeiro, with assist from Benjamin Hebbel, put Gateway on the board. Matthew Paling […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey

Gateway Bantams 1-24 game vs Hanover 2

Pee Wees: Gateway Pee Wees were fit to be tied this weekend when they faced the No. 1 Pembroke Cyclones on Saturday and the No. 2 Walpole Express on Sunday. Both games ended in 3-3 tie leaving Gateway in third place with what should be an exciting and competitive post season right around the corner. […] Read more »

Boys’ Hockey Captures Victories


Among this week’s highlights were some strong performances at Saturday’s indoor track All-State Meet, girls’ basketball’s big win over NBHS, boys’ basketball’s victory over non-conference Dedham, and a pair of clutch wins for the boys’ hockey team. Boys’ Basketball: To begin the week, the ‘Dogs faced a rare competitor: non-conference Dedham High at home on […] Read more »