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December 17, 2017

Sports

Boys hockey capsules 2017-18: Eastern Athletic Conference

  It’s a year of change in the Eastern Athletic Conference, which is down to four teams after Somerset Berkley’s move to the South Coast. Coyle & Cassidy and Martha’s Vineyard also move to Div. 3 for the postseason, where both programs have had some past success. Bishop Stang looks like a serious D3 contender

Ronaldo goal gives Real Madrid its 3rd Club World Cup title

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Cristiano Ronaldo scored from a free-kick to help Real Madrid claim its third Club World Cup title after beating Brazilian team Gremio 1-0 Saturday. The Ballon d’Or winner fired his right-footed shot between two players in Gremio’s defensive wall, leaving goalkeeper Marcelo Grohe no hope of reaching the ball

Girls soccer league All-Stars

ATLANTIC COAST LEAGUE Victoria Roulston, Chloe McLean, Lexa Zampanti (Falmouth); Emily McGrath, Jamie Rushnak, Olivia Pickard, Isabel Pellegrini (Nauset); Grace McGettrick, Kelly McNeil, Kellie Smith, Julia Ritcey, Kate McNeil, Alyssa Fleming (Marshfield); Molly MacFarland, Sara MacFarland, Halle Tickell (Sandwich) BAY STATE CONFERENCE Source: Boston Herald

Patriots notebook: Malcolm Butler pushes delete on retweet

FOXBORO — Like so much on the Internet, Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler said yesterday a recent retweet had been overblown. Butler said he accidentally retweeted something in the aftermath of the loss to the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football. And he quickly dismissed those who read too much into it. Pro Football Focus, an

Series, events, guests that defined 2017

Who didn’t watch a lot of TV in 2017? As the year closes, consider some of the best, the worst and everything in between: Best show: HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” The penultimate season gave us dragons destroying an army, the reunion of the Stark siblings, the end of several characters, including Ellaria, Lady Olenna and

Girls soccer All-Scholastics

Carey Allard Sr. F Belmont Katherine Arnold Sr. D Westford Academy Olivia Bonacorso Sr. M Masconomet Lauren Bonavita Sr. F/M Whitman-Hanson Amanda Caldarelli So. M Stoneham Kaylee Francis Sr. F Millis Elayna Grillakis Sr. F Central Catholic Caroline Harkins Sr. F Hingham Rachel Jasinski Sr. F Natick Alexandra Keohan Sr. D Acton-Boxboro Audrey Lavey Jr.

SideTrack: Salma Hayek and Allissa Latham

HER MONSTER: Salma Hayek is the latest Hollywood star to step forward with accusations against shamed producer Harvey Weinstein. “For years, he was my monster,” the Mexican-American actress wrote in an op-ed published in The New York Times yesterday. After she refused Weinstein’s advances, Hayek alleges that the movie mogul tried to sabotage production of

It may be time to test Stephon Gilmore against Antonio Brown

FOXBORO — Cornerback Stephon Gilmore’s blockbuster contract is looking better by the week. So the Patriots should strongly consider the idea of giving him the biggest test of his season. Put him on Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown on Sunday at Heinz Field. “He’s a great receiver,” Gilmore said. “He has great speed, great quickness,

Date night gets more thrilling

Skeleton Key, a new eat-drink-and-play concept pairing a restaurant with so-called “escape room games,” is planning on opening its first doors in Lynnfield’s MarketStreet complex next month. If you’ve never taken part in escape room activities, you’re in for a treat: They entail being locked in an enclosed space, normally with a distinct plot, and

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