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Senior Captians of the team after a winning game. Photo Courtesy: Boys Lacrosse Twitter.

Boys’ Lacrosse Wraps Up Strong Season

Sarah Casey and Lindsey Larese | June 2, 2021

     With the spring sports season ending, the Foran boys lacrosse team finished the season with a record of 7-8.      This year's team featured five senior captains: Connor Elson, Christian Piscitelli, Devin DeMarco, Bryan Thompson, and Aidan Schumann. Missing last season due to the pandemic,...

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Seniors from the girls’ track team celebrating senior night. Photo Courtesy: Lucila Massey

Spring Sports: Girls’ Track Season

Sanaa Darden and Kaleigh Porcu | May 20, 2021

     Track is one of the most competitive sports in the spring season, with 44 different events including sprints, middle distance, long distance, hurdles, relays, long jump, high jump, triple jump, pole vault, discus, shot put, javelin, hammer throw, and more.      Varsity sprinter and thrower...

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Girls tennis seniors celebrate on their senior night. Photo courtesy: Coach Missy Kaminski.

Serving Their Way Through the Season

Girl's Tennis Wraps Up After a Challenging Year
Nicole Jones and Kailey Howell | May 18, 2021

     A hard backhand and the ball is flying to the other side of the court, and it’s match point. The crowd goes silent waiting to see who will gain the winning point. Despite missing their last season, the 2021 girls tennis team is determined to push towards victory this season as they keep practicing...

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Ready To Swing: Junior Morgan Viesselman at bat.

Swinging into States

Girls Softball Makes a Playoff Run
Tatyanna Bun | May 13, 2021

     Foran is well into spring sports despite all the setbacks that this year has brought. The softball team is still practicing and qualified for states with a win over Career 19-0. The coaches for the season are: coach Julie Johnson and coach Gina Georgetti at varsity and at the jv level, coach...

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Senior captain Mike Simonelli celebrating a RBI double. Photo courtesy: Corina Massey.

Foran Baseball: Booming Playoff Push

Big Bats and Strong Defense Needed to Clinch Playoff Spot
Robbie Wainman and James Cobain | May 12, 2021

     Foran baseball swings into the final part of the 2021 season with many players returning from two seasons ago along with a ton of new freshmen. Head coach, Garrett Walker looks to bring his team to another playoff appearance. The last time Foran made the playoffs was 2019.      Leading...

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The baseball season is finally back at a halfway filled Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. Photo courtesy: Brian Massey, April 11, 2021.

Starting Off Strong

A Recap of April in MLB
Brian Massey and Cal Wrigley | May 12, 2021

     Due to the pandemic, last year's Major League Baseball season was shortened, but the 2021 season has started off with a bang, providing excitement for all of the patient fans who have waited to witness a full season.       So far this year, there have been many surprising occurrences,...

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Milford Memorializes: A photo of Foran’s new-and-improved softball field. Photo courtesy of Olivia Salai.

Honoring Danni Kemp

Excellent Student, Star Athlete, Exceptional Person
Olivia Salai and Jocelyn Gonzalez | May 10, 2021

     On the morning of April 10, 2021, members of the Milford community attended a dedication ceremony at the newly christened Danielle Kemp Memorial Softball Field. The refurbished field honors Danni Kemp, a former student at Foran and a talented athlete. School officials also revealed to attendees...

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Out of the park: The MLB Free Agency this year has been filled with craze and shock factor. Photo courtesy: James Dalby, January 2020.

A Dive Into the MLB Free Agency Pool

James Dalby, Staff Writer | February 22, 2021

     The MLB season might have ended in October, but the action isn’t stopping anytime soon. The free agency period is upon us, which means superstar players may be finding a new home the next season. With millions of dollars on the line, teams try to find their next playmaker, and build their team...

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The view from the top of Killington Mountain in Vermont. Photo Courtesy of Nathan Wolfe, January 4, 2020

Best Places to Ski in the Northeast

Nathan Wolfe and Luca Marinelli | February 2, 2021

     Skiing and snowboarding are great ways to go outside and get exercise in the winter. With many world class ski resorts located in the Northeast, accessing these mountains are easy.       From Pennsylvania to Maine, there are a variety of ski resorts to visit.  As you travel further north,...

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Playoff ready: Lexi flexing after a big win against the Patriots. Photo courtesy Robbie Wainman, December 28, 2020.

NFL Playoffs Lead to the Final Two

Buccaneers and Chiefs Battle it Out
Robbie Wainman and James Cobain | January 29, 2021

     On January 9, 2021 Phillip Rivers dropped back, scrambled around in the pocket, and threw it up for grabs… the ball was batted down, and the Bills won it. Only a few weeks later, the Bills also took a loss, leaving the Chiefs and Buccaneers.      The playoffs are considered to be one...

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Play on:  Uconn basketball court at the XL Center. Photo courtesy of Jake Israelite, February 26, 2020.

Big East Contenders or Pretenders?

Jake Israelite, Staff Writer | January 21, 2021

     Conference play has begun in the Big East Conference for men’s basketball. Top teams fighting for seeding in the conference tournament include Villanova, Creighton, and UConn, all nationally ranked by the AP top 25 poll, according to college       Which of these teams...

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Finishing Strong: Fantasy football has come to an end and now the NFL is onto the playoffs. Photo Courtesy: Cal Wrigley, January 15, 2021.

Key Takeaways: What you Need to Know About the Fantasy Football Season

Brian Massey and Cal Wrigley | January 19, 2021

     As the regular season came to an end for the National Football League, many football fans had looked back on their teams to prepare for next year's draft. This year was an odd year for fantasy owners. Fantasy owners had to pay close attention because players missed games due to Covid-19 and injury.   ...

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