Sharon Baseball Star Max Leblanc Commits To UMass

By Jack Zinman (Sports Editor) On Saturday night, Sharon High School junior Max Leblanc posted a picture on Instagram of the University of Massachusetts Amherst logo and captioned the picture “Blessed to announce my commitment to the University of Massachusetts to further my academic and athletic career.”

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Super Bowl LIII Recap

By Jack Zinman (Sports Editor) This past Sunday, the Patriots and Rams faced off in a game that was hyped up ever since the AFC Championship game went final two weeks ago, and it is very safe to say that the game did not live up to the hype. The game started out with the Patriots receiving the kick, and Cordarrelle Patterson had an exciting return of 39 yards to set up the Patriots at their own 40 and maybe, just maybe showed us a preview of how the game would go. But it unfortunately did not. The Pats would drive down the field but Tom Brady would throw an interception to Corey Littleton on a horrible throw. Once again, that play could possibly foreshadow an exciting game, but it didn’t. After the exciting opening three minutes, the slugfest began. Every drive after that went punt, missed field goal, punt,

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Patriots and Rams’ rematch: Editor’s predictions

The Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams is right around the corner, so our sports editors are taking to the typewriters to tell you how much the Patriots will win by: JACK ZINMAN:  38-34 Patriots If there’s one thing we all know about the football gods as Patriots fans is that they never make it easy on us. Our largest margin of victory in a Super Bowl is six but for us to win that Super Bowl, the Pats only had to overcome a 25 point deficit with 17+ minutes remaining. Look out for a couple of things. Low scoring in the first quarter as both defenses will start strong, but at the end of the game the scoring will pick up as always and it will turn out to be a Goff vs. Brady shootout. Here’s some keys of the game for the

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Super Bowl 53 Preview

By Jack Zinman, Sports Editor It’s that time of year again, the longest two weeks of the year for football fans across the country. The Super Bowl is here. The two teams facing off in the championship game are the 15-3 Los Angeles Rams and the 13-5 New England Patriots. How did these two teams get here? Let’s start with the young and hungry Rams. The Rams had a remarkable 13-3 regular season with marquee wins against the Chiefs and the Chargers. They are led by young QB and MVP candidate Jared Goff. The head coach is Sean McVay who will be the youngest head coach to coach a Super Bowl at 32 years old. The Rams have built one of the best defenses in the NFL as they their front seven have dominated opponents all year with all-pro Aaron Donald leading the way. In the playoffs the Rams eased

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