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Past articles by Tim:

Former Bellingham coach Dale Caparaso: Hurricane Ian spares condo, postpones football

Dale Caparaso, current head coach at Dixie Hollins High in St. Petersburg, Florida, said that his condo in Madeira Beach was spared any damage → Read More

Festa, Duxbury make sure lead stays secure against Franklin

Quarterback Matt Festa threw for three touchdowns and ran for a score to lead a 27-point spurt in a 34-21 win over Franklin Friday night. → Read More

Wernig's hat trick lifts Franklin field hockey to 5-0 win over North Attleborough

A deluge followed a day of rain as the Franklin field hockey team shrugged off a slow start to defeat North Attleboro Thursday afternoon, 5-0. → Read More

Final Tim's Trot 'bittersweet' for parents of Holliston boy who died of leukemia in 2008

The 10th version of a favorite annual event brought out hundreds of runners and walkers on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Holliston High School. → Read More

'I had no hair, no nothing.' Millis football captain Dom Diaz talks about cancer battle

Four years ago, Millis captain Dom Diaz was playing video games. He walked upstairs when his father noticed a lump on Dom’s neck. It was cancer → Read More

Dr. Adrenaline: Franklin's Grace Gallo saves lives, goals at St. Michael's College

The week leading into Labor Day captured the fruits of Grace Gallo’s labor. Revive an unresponsive 7-year-old; earn conference accolades. → Read More

After three years at prep school, Milford's Ryan O'Connor returns to play hometown football

After playing within the Milford program through eighth grade, Ryan O’Connor attended Lawrence Academy, 40 miles north in Groton. → Read More

Medway Jamboree: Talented field on 4 fields; shoutout to hospitalized Dave Murphy

Thirty-six girls soccer teams played two games apiece across four fields at the annual Medway Jamboree → Read More

'It was calling me back': Chris Spillane returns at Franklin boys hockey coach

Chris Spillane, who coached in town for 21 years, is returning for a second stint as head coach of the Franklin High School boys hockey team. → Read More

New Millis High athletic director Derek Phinney is 'learning on the job'

Derek Phinney has since moved in after taking over as interim athletic director at Millis High School. There remains much to do. → Read More

Dumas Prospectus: Marathon No. 9: Staying local

I had never run a marathon in the town that I lived in until toeing the line for the Lewis and Clark Marathon in Bozeman in the fall of 2006. The name for → Read More