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Hope on the Horizon for a Return to High School Sports

Hope on the Horizon for a Return to High School Sports

June 17, 2020

With many athletes across the state losing their spring sports seasons as a result of the coronavirus pandemicーwhether that be a high school, club, or...

COVID-19 Pandemic Affects Club Sports Summer Season

June 16, 2020

As we near three months into the devastating COVID-19 outbreak, many are wondering what the future has in store—school systems pondering what the upco...

Pictured: Chaim Bloom, the Chief Baseball Officer of the Boston Red Sox.

The Rays Way Is Coming to Boston

June 16, 2020

In recent years, the state of affairs of the Boston Red Sox franchise has been a roller coaster. In the 2018 season, the team recorded one of the greatest...

The New England Patriots' 2020-2021 Season Predictions

The New England Patriots’ 2020-2021 Season Predictions

May 29, 2020

The 2019 NFL season was a disappointment for Patriots fans. The reigning Super Bowl champions were knocked out of championship contention through brutal back ...

When to Resume? Professional Sports Struggle With a Date For Restart

When to Resume? Professional Sports Struggle With a Date For Restart

May 28, 2020

As stadiums and arenas around the world sit empty, professional sports teams and leagues are losing billions of dollars, fans have become distraught, and many league employees have lost their jobs. In the United States and abroad, leagues are grappling with the polarizing and painstakingly difficult question of when and how they can reopen.[pullquote speaker="" photo="" align="left" background="off" border="none" shadow="off"]The virus has affected countries in different ways, and so leagues have put together vastly different protocols for returning to play.[/pullquote] Almost all professional sports leagues in Europe and the US suspended play in mid-March as the coronavirus began to sweep across the world. In the US, this meant that the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Hockey League (NHL) seasons were suspended right before the playoffs were slated to begin, and the start of the Major League Baseball (MLB) season, which usually begins in late March, had to be pushed back to the summer. The virus has affected countries in different ways, and so leagues have put together vastly different protocols for returning to play.

Pictured: Kara Kohler during the Zoom interview with the Register Forum.

Interview with Olympic Medalist Kara Kohler in Quarantine

May 27, 2020

Kara Kohler is an Olympic bronze medalist in the sport of rowing. She placed 3rd in The Head of the Charles last year, and was the 2019 US Rowing Female ...

How CRLS Is Staying Active at Home and How You Can Be Too

Josie O'Toole, Contributing Writer

April 25, 2020

Spring sports have been canceled, and so staying active without team sports in session is something every student athlete is struggling with during the coronavirus pandemic. Some people only like to run with friends, others only like to run alone, and many people don’t like running at all. As we all try our best to keep our germs from spreading, finding the energy and incentiv...

Pictured: Russell Field, devoid of athletes.

Coronavirus Leaves Spring Sports Season in Limbo

April 22, 2020

Note: This article was written before Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced on April 21st that all school buildings in the state will not be ...

The CRLS girls basketball team's season ended on March 7th in a 57-52 loss against Andover High School.

Girls Basketball Loses To Andover in Best Finish Since 2002

March 26, 2020

A sensational season for the CRLS girls basketball team ended on Saturday, March 7th at the UMass Lowell Tsongas Center. Their defeat came at the han...

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