High school sports reporter in Western Massachusetts covering girls soccer, boys basketball and boys volleyball. Sports content aggregator, #WesternMassIceCream photographer and ginger ale aficionado. Enjoys a hazelnut coffee and a Betty Smith novel.
Five Western Massachusetts teams and four individual tennis singles and doubles will compete for state championships on Saturday. The action will start with tennis, as boys and girls singles and doubles champions — all from Longmeadow — take the court at 9 a.m.. At noon, Longmeadow boys and girls lacrosse will start a double-header at Boston University.
WORCESTER — Noah Kappel felt the adrenaline rushing through him. As the Westfield fan section chanted, “I believe that we will win, I believe that we will win,” the Bombers broke out of a huddle and Kappel walked to the service line. With his team just one point away from its first state title, the ball was in his hands. Kappel took a deep breath and bounced the ball a couple of times, then took the steps leading up to his jump serve.
Updated June 14, 2017 Posted June 14, 2017 share (2).png Meet the Team: Three-time WMass champion Westfield boys volleyball Meredith Perri | firstname.lastname@example.org For the second time in three years, the Westfield boys volleyball team will makes it way to the state championship.
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