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Players on the U.S. Womens National Team, despite greater success and attendance, were paid less than their male counterparts for decades.

The U.S. Women’s National Team finally gets long overdue respect … and compensation

By Tuesday Benander, Staff writer April 24, 2022

I’ll never forget the first time my dad asked me to sit down and watch a U.S. Women’s National Team game with him. It was June 11, 2019, and the FIFA Women’s World Cup had just started. My jaw hit...

The boys basketball team had the chance to play before a large crowd in time for Senior Night.

To high school athletes’ joy, the fans are back to see them play

By Catie Scott, Sports editor March 8, 2022

When Fore Kicks and Navin Arena in Marlborough announced that they were lifting their spectator restrictions at the end of January, winter athletes were relieved. Life, perhaps, could move toward "normal"...

The girls volleyball team has become a focal point of AMSAs athletic program.

Dig, set, spike: AMSA volleyball assumes center stage

By Catie Scott, Sports editor January 4, 2022

The crowd is roaring, the bleachers are shaking with the celebration of excited students, and a parent is rallying the crowd for another point -- one would assume that this scene takes place at a high...

Tiger Woods has spent his life defying the odds.

Will Tiger Woods make yet another comeback? History says don’t count it out.

By Grace Bleakney, Staff writer May 12, 2021

On Feb. 23, golfer Tiger Woods was involved in a single-car accident in Los Angeles County. He suffered severe injuries to his right tibia and fibula and reportedly shattered his ankle. Woods, who is no...

The Red Sox traded a generational talent in Mookie Betts.

Trading Betts was a bad idea

By Rahul Harve, Features editor March 4, 2020

It’s probably a question Red Sox fans have asked at least once. Who in their right mind would trade outfielder Mookie Betts? On Feb. 9, Chaim Bloom, in his first major move as chief baseball officer...

Star defenseman Zdeno Chara raised the Stanley Cup after the Bruins last championship, in 2011.

Bruins on the cusp of making sports history

By Kimsoo Gopnik, Photo editor May 29, 2019

One thing that Boston is not short on is successful sports teams. The Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins have all won championships since 2008. And now, with the Red Sox and Patriots both having...

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is seeking to add to his legacy today in Super Bowl LIII.

Patriots seek the only thing that matters: another ring

By Aiden Marceau, Staff writer February 3, 2019

The New England Patriots did it again this season. Another NFL record. This time for the most consecutive championship game appearances. Quarterback Tom Brady, it seems, is as likely to make an AFC Championship...

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