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Sky’s the limit for St. Ed’s stalwart Zach Alerte

Senior Zach Alerte comes across as so humble and unassuming that you might think he had no active ro

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Vermont-bound star cherishes St. Ed’s experience

St. Ed’s senior Victoria Bradford has formally committed to attend St. Michael’s College in Verm

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St. Ed’s b-ball team shooting for playoff success

The postseason began this week for St. Ed’s varsity boys basketball team and anything was possible

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Net gains achieved by St. Ed’s girls basketballers

Last week the season ended on a sour note for St. Ed’s varsity girls basketball team, but the lops

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St. Ed’s girls soccer achieves goal with district title

Last Friday night was about as good as it gets for girls high school soccer in our community when St

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Coaching combo has St. Ed’s soccer clicking, kicking

St. Ed’s varsity boys soccer team will host the district tournament next week led by a new head co

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Issues tackled, St. Ed’s football moves forward

St. Ed’s head football coach Bill Motta and the administration at the school have committed to fie

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St. Ed’s coach optimistic about football program

This past season St. Ed’s was only a dozen minutes short of being the first prep football team to

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Energized St. Ed’s b-ball team winning in bunches

St. Ed’s varsity girls basketball team achieved an important milestone Dec. 7 by smothering the Pi

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Winning attitude works for St. Ed’s girls hoops team

St. Ed’s boys basketball team opened its regular season on an encouraging note last week by winnin

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St. Ed’s boys hoopsters bounce out to fast start

St. Ed’s boys basketball team opened its regular season on an encouraging note last week by winnin

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St. Ed’s strong: Girl weightlifters carry high hopes

St. Ed’s 2016-17 girls weightlifting team is crafted from the usual fusion of diverse participants