The 2018 Buzzards Bay Trophy

The Buzzards Bay Trophy was established in 2017 to increase and sustain PHRF yacht racing on Buzzards Bay. The Beverly Yacht Club, Buzzards Yacht Club, Mattapoisett Yacht Club, New Bedford Yacht Club and the Quissett Yacht Club came together to collectively award the Buzzards Bay Trophy to the Racing and Cruising Class yachts with the […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Road Race

The Mattapoisett Road Race will take place at 9:00 am on Wednesday, July 4. The race is a great way to celebrate Independence Day. The course winds through picturesque Mattapoisett village, around fabled Ned’s Point Lighthouse and back to Shipyard Park at the town wharf. Race proceeds are awarded to college bound ORRHS runners. The […] Read more »

OC Softball and Another Shot at State Tournament

Last year, Old Colony softball ran into a force against the seventh-seeded East Bridgewater and fell 13-1. But East Bridgewater has now moved up to Division 2 for this year’s MIAA State Tournament.             And Old Colony (12-6) has learned from the experience. Additionally, while the Cougars await the seeding announcement on June 5, head […] Read more »

OC Girls’ Lacrosse Earns Big Win

After narrowly getting past GNB Voc-Tech 7-6 earlier in the 2018 season, Old Colony girls’ lacrosse pulled off a big 14-8 win on Monday against the Bears. The win wasn’t just big in terms of how many goals the Cougars scored or the gap between the two teams. This win gives Old Colony an idea […] Read more »

OC Baseball Wins 5th Straight Conference Title

This season was expected to be more of a rebuild for Old Colony baseball. Turns out it was a reload. For the fifth time in as many seasons, the Cougars are the best team in the Mayflower Athletic Conference’s Small Vocational Division, bringing home another title with their 6-2 win over Norfolk Aggie on Wednesday. […] Read more »

OC Boys’ Lacrosse Adjusts as Postseason Approaches

They may only be at the halfway point on their schedule, but Old Colony boys’ lacrosse has to worry not only about making the postseason, but adjusting on the fly with the hopes of making a run. It seems like the Cougars took a step in the right direction in their most recent 17-1 win […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Road Race

The Mattapoisett Road Race committee met on April 26 to begin preparing for the 48th Independence Day Road Race that will be held on Wednesday, July 4, beginning at 9:00 am at Shipyard Park. The race began back in 1971 when Bob Gardner and a few friends used his truck to start the 37 runners […] Read more »

Tabor’s Ahearn Commits to Tennessee

Tabor Academy has had its share of impressive left-handed pitchers go on to play Division I college baseball this decade. A few years ago, it was P.J. Poulin (Marion) who’s coming out of the bullpen for UConn and posted a 3.39 ERA since he joined the Huskies program in 2015. Then there was Jared Shuster, […] Read more »

Old Rochester Girls’ Lacrosse Starts Strong

Old Rochester girls’ lacrosse has wasted no time establishing its dominance. The Bulldogs improved to 5-0 (3-0 South Coast Conference) on the season after blowing past Mansfield 13-9 on Monday, with Madison Cooney scoring six goals as she continues to lead this offense. But the success is not solely a result of her scoring. In […] Read more »

Pickleball is Back

Mattapoisett Recreation has equipment available for drop-in pickleball sessions. Spring days/times are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 pm – sundown and Saturday mornings from 9:00 – 11:00 am. There is no need to sign up; just come by and join others at the pickleball court on Hammond Street in Mattapoisett. There will be up to […] Read more »