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Franklin County Varsity Sports Report --- September 18, 2017

#59

Special guest Greenfield Recorder Reporter Jay Butynski joins Bobby C. to discuss all aspects of local high school sports.

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Franklin County Varsity Sports Report --- September 11, 2017

#58

It's week one of the local high school fall sports season and Bobby C. has your scores and commentary! 

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Franklin County Varsity Sports Report --- July 17, 2017

#53

Westfield State University Softball Coach Colleen Bannister joins Bobby C to talk about her time as head coach at Athol High School and the honor of being inducted into the Stoneleigh Burnham Hall of Fame.

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Franklin County Varsity Sports Report --- June 26, 2017

#52

Special guests Jeff Tirrell & Shawn Hubert join Bobby C. to talk about high school sports and their 27 years of announcing local games.

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Franklin County Varsity Sports Report --- November 14, 2016

#27

Bobby C and Kerry update you on all of the teams at Greenfield High School, Turners Falls High School, Pioneer Valley Regional School, Frontier Regional School, Mohawk Trail Regional High School, & Franklin County Technical School.

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Franklin County Varsity Sports Report --- November 7, 2016

#26

Bobby C and Kerry update you on all of the teams at Greenfield High School, Turners Falls High School, Pioneer Valley Regional School, Frontier Regional School, Mohawk Trail Regional High School, & Franklin County Technical School.

Franklin County Varsity Sports Report --- October 31, 2016

#25

Bobby C and Kerry update you on all of the teams at Greenfield High School, Turners Falls High School, Pioneer Valley Regional School, Frontier Regional School, Mohawk Trail Regional High School, & Franklin County Technical School.

Girls Can in Western Massachusetts

Adapted from an FC Massachusetts press release:

FC Massachusetts, a regional premier soccer club based out of western Massachusetts, yesterday announced open registration for a year-long mentoring and training program provided by a partnership with the University of Massachusetts and the Girls Can Club. Girls aged seven through twelve are eligible to register for the Girls Can Club that includes workshops, skills training, and the unique opportunity to be mentored by a current UMass women's soccer player. Additionally, all registered participants will receive a season pass to the University of Massachusetts regular season home games and a club t-shirt. The UMass Girls Can Club registration is limited to 100 girls with a schedule of events beginning in September 2013 and concluding in April 2014.

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