Taylor Schildroth looks to cap his high school basketball career tonight by leading the GSA Eagles to a third consecutive state title. Earlier in the week I spoke with Schildroth, who also talked about the honor of being named as one of three finalists for Mr. Maine Basketball 2018.
Before her Black Bears squad begins play in the America East tournament tomorrow, Amy Vachon signed a 4-year extension to remain as the Head Coach of women’s basketball and joined the show to talk about her new deal.
(That has to be the first time anybody has used a figure skating analogy to make a point about James Harrison. There’s no way those two topics have ever co-mingled.)
Matthew Cunha thinks Rick Nash could ultimately prove the difference for the Bruins come the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Fresh off her 27-point performance in Sunday’s overtime, conference-clinching win, Tanesha Sutton spoke about the atmosphere playing at the Cross Center and previewed the upcoming America East tournament.
With the Celtics fighting for an Eastern Conference crown, there comes a growing interest from veterans that may be bought out, or have already been bought out, by their respective teams. Here are five players the Celtics could bring into the fold.
Despite retirement rumors, Patriots fans can rest easy because Dan Shaughnessy of The Boston Globe says Rob Gronkowski will be back next season.
Former Maine Black Bear and current Bruins’ radio color man, Bob Beers, joined the show on Tuesday to discuss the loss of Boston’s captain, Patrice Bergeron, to a fractured foot.
Black Bears’ head coach, Amy Vachon, joined the show on Monday to detail her team’s dramatic 74-69 over time win against Albany on Sunday. In erasing a 16-pt second half deficit, Maine earned their third regular season conference title in four years.
Last year I predicted 6 players would stay in New England and LeGarrette Blount was the only one who the Patriots didn’t resign. I correctly predicted Brandon Bolden, James Develin, Dont’a Hightower, Matt Lengel (they signed his tender and cut him in August, still counts!) and Malcolm Butler (he was a restricted free agent, STILL COUNTS!)