Monday, May 20, 2013
Here are the results of this weekend's tournaments.
Here are the results of this weekend's tournaments at the Westborough Country Club, courtesy of the club: Spring Four Ball Semi-Finals: John Strouse-George Farquhar defeated Tim Horgan–Craig Kinney, 3+2. David Herbst–Jason Wiley defeated Bruce Rososky–Dan Congdon, 1 up. Saturday, Quota: First Division. 1, Art Sennott, +9. 2, David Ward, +7. T3, Peter Maloney, Chris Katralis, Bill Van Dam, John Bradshaw, +6. Second Division. 1, Mark Sears, +9. 2, Taylor Donnelly, +7. T3, Bob Maxwell, Ron Slingerland, Don Jernberg, +5. Closest to the Pin Hole #7, Art Sennott, 19’10”. Sunday, Best 12 Holes: First Division, Low Gross, Ed Porter, 45. Net 1, Rick Horne, 38. T2, Bill Van Dam, Tony Olivieri, Bob O’Keefe, 40. Second Division. 1, Paul Moroney, …
The Rangers will donate the proceeds from Wednesday night's game to the Wounded Warrior Project.
"My son's friends are in the military," Westborough High School varsity boys lacrosse head coach Tom Baker said Friday. "A lot of them will probably be deployed soon." Soldiers, veterans and their families are encouraged to attend Wednesday night's game between the Rangers and visiting Algonquin. The proceeds from the 5 p.m. "Face Off For a Cause" match at Westborough High will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, which seeks "to honor and empower Wounded Warriors who incurred a physical or mental injury, illnesses, or wound, co-incident to (their) military service on or after September 11, 2001," according to its website. The fundraiser is the Rangers' community service project, Baker said. Admission is free, but donations will be …
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Ticket sales from a game between the Grafton Indians and the Westborough Rangers benefitted the One Fund on Friday.
Although slow to gain momentum in the first quarter, Grafton's top scorers were too much for the Westborough defense to handle on Friday during one of the final lacrosse games of the season. "We try to keep the intensity up the whole time, listen to each other on the field and listen to coaches on the sideline," said Alan Rotatori, head coach of Grafton's Varsity lacrosse team. The team is 15-2 this season and has qualified for the playoffs which start following the final two games of the season. The Indians defeated the Rangers 17-9. All proceeds from ticket sales at the event that was attended by dozens of local residents benefited the One Fund.
Friday, May 17, 2013
The team held a Project Purple fundraiser at last Friday’s game.
The Westborough High School varsity girls lacrosse team held a Project Purple fundraiser at last Friday’s game. Team captains Karli Gavin, Sarah Connors and Charlotte Kruse led the project. “This year, over 100,000 kids had the courage and took a chance by wearing purple to school," said Project Purple founder Chris Herren, who spoke at Westborough High School recently. "Project Purple is about creating a sober culture within our school system. We will continue to educate, raise awareness, build self-esteem and empower kids to stand up against substance abuse.”" Herren's talk inspired the WHS girls lacrosse captains to develop last Friday's event. “Losing a very close family member to a drug addiction, I wanted a way to give back to …
The soccer association's fall tryouts are next week.
Westborough Youth Soccer Association officials are thinking about two seasons at once. Fall season tryouts are next week. The spring season isn’t over, though. The Nashoba Valley Youth Soccer League playoffs start in a few weeks, soccer association Director of Coaching Victor Delgado said. The league’s post-season is for the U11 and older divisions. The division playoff winners will then compete in the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions, he said. The eight-game spring regular season runs March through early June, Delgado said. The fall season runs from September through early November. The fall tryouts will be held Monday for U9, Tuesday for U10, Wednesday for U12 and Thursday for U14. More information is found on the association’s …
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Here are the results from Tuesday and Wednesday.
Here are the results of the Westborough Country Club tournaments on Tuesday and Wednesday, courtesy of the club: 18 Hole Ladies, No Putts 1, Kathy Ramsey, 42. 2, Kathy Storey, 44. 3, Kathy Sullivan, 46. Nine Hole Ladies, Substitute par for 3 holes 1, Marti Orkiseski, 25. 2, Julie Blanche, Barbara Stone, 32. Putts, Donna Sears, 17. Pars, Marti Orkiseski, #2. Wednesday: Seniors, ODD Holes 1, Brad Huff, 28. 2, Dave Carlson, 32 3, Dom Pizza, 32.5. 4, Dave Kwiatkowski, Ed Keenan, Kevin Carroll, John Arnold, 33.5. Team: Front -11 and Total -18, Kevin Carroll, Dave Carlson, Dom Pizza and Bob Smith. Back -8, Dexter Blois, Tom Lajoie, Jim Mulcahy and David Hall. Wednesday: Quota First Division: 1, Tony Olivieri, +6.5. 2, Clay Borglund, +3. 3, …
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Three soccer teams and the JV field hockey team have openings.
Want to coach high school soccer or field hockey? Westborough High School seeks boys varsity soccer, boys JV soccer, girls JV soccer, and JV field hockey coaches for the fall season, Director of Athletics Johanna DiCarlo said today. A letter of interest and a resume should be sent by June 1 to DiCarlo at Westborough High, 90 West Main St., Westborough, MA 01581.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Here are the results.
Here are the results of Saturday's tournaments at the Westborough Country Club, courtesy of the club: Selected Nine: First Division: Low Gross: Chris Katralis 35. Net 1, David Reese 31. 2,Ray Woodcock 31.5. Second Division 1, Paul Moroney 30.5. 2, Taylor Donnelly 31. Closest to the Pin Hole #7: Chuck Bradshaw 5’7” Spring Four Ball Quarterfinals: Tim Horgan – Craig Kinney defeated Brett Harris – Clay Borglund, 1 up. John Strouse - George Farquhar defeated Bob O'Keefe - Roger Kelly, 1 up. David Herbst – Jason Wiley defeated Bill Colby – Matt Storey, 1 up. Bruce Rososky – Dan Congdon defeated Chris Murray – David Ward, 1 up.
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Here are Tuesday's results.
Here are the results of Tuesday's tournaments at the Westborough Country Club, courtesy of the club: Eighteen Holes Ladies, Nassau: Front, Carol Ward, 3. Back, Juneann Demars, 33. Total, Jean Warden, 68. Nine Hole Ladies, Partners Odd and Even: 1. Theresa Arnold and Marti Orkiseski, 31. 2. Pat Angell and Mary Moran, 36. Putts: Paula Carlson, 15. Pars: Jean Zabierek, #2 + #4.
The Westborough, Grafton, Northbridge and Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School varsity boys teams will play a doubleheader May 17.
Four local high school boys varsity lacrosse teams will team up next week to support the Boston Marathon tragedy victims. The Westborough, Grafton, Northbridge and Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School teams will play a doubleheader starting at 5 p.m. Friday, May 17 at Grafton High's Kevin Vulter Field, organizers said in a press release. Donations collected at the gate will go to The One Fund Boston on the teams' behalf. The teams will wear "Boston Strong" stickers on their helmets, organizers said. "This event was conceived by the Northbridge High School boys lacrosse team as their annual community service project and has quickly grown into an event supported by three other schools," organizers said. Grafton will …