about the all-scholastics
Pat Kiley and his linemates were downright super this winter.
Hingham coach Tom Findley guided his squad to a state title.
Selecting Adrian Gonzalez to our super team? A slam dunk.
Christine Duffy helped Williams capture a second state crown.
Nick D'Innocenzo lapped the competition in the pool.
Barnstable's Casey Ostrander was all smiles around the pool.
Andrew Powell soared above the bar... and the competition.
Christina Muccio helped Andover bring home some hardware.
These skiers shredded the slopes this winter.
Brett Wyman pinned down a N.E. title at 215 pounds.
Case's Erin Machado was an all-around sensation.
The Learning Center for the Deaf won a NEPSAC crown.
video > air hockey competition
By now you're familiar with their area code (just add a 0 before those hand signals to get 01867) and you know Reading was the best hockey team in the region. But which team member is best at air hockey? We found out.
video > a game of H-O-R-S-E
What happens when you take seven Globe basketball Super Teamers and pit them against one another in a game of H-O-R-S-E? A gender war breaks out and the ladies walk away with bragging rights.
gallery > 200-point scorers
With a combined 13 All-Scholastic appearances and more than 1,100 career points, the sport of girls' hockey may never see a group like this again.
gallery > top winter moments
If you're a fan of high school sports, the winter never seems long enough. Yes, it was long and cold, but fans in places like Reading and Hingham enjoyed every second.