Monday, February 6, 2012
Keefe Tech/Ashland Wrestling Team is a cooperative team of 17 members from Keefe Regional Technical School and 5 members from Ashland High.
Monday, February 6, 2012
With a record of 6-2 and several team members placing first in recent tournaments, The Keefe Tech/Ashland wrestling team is hopeful its season will prove to be their most successful. “I think our team’s success so far can be attributed to the commitment of its members. We went 4-7 two seasons ago, then 8-6 last year, and we’re off to a great start this year,” said Keefe Tech/Ashland Wrestling Coach Donald Marini, now in his third year as the team’s Head Coach. The Keefe Tech/Ashland Wrestling Team is a cooperative team of 17 members from Keefe Regional Technical School and 5 members from Ashland High. Keefe Tech team members are Enes Braga, Nick Bagley, Sam Comfort, Renan De Almeida, Brian Franco, Andrew Franquiz, Carlos Guzman, Jake …
Monday, April 18, 2011
A preview of the spring sports teams at Keefe Technical.
Keefe Tech’s varsity teams this spring will be young and inexperienced, but the coaches expect leadership from the few veterans and solid performances from some outstanding athletes. SOFTBALL: Pitching, defense will be Keefe’s strengths Keefe Tech will field a veteran team that is expected to be strong on defense and pitching. “With every practice the girls are growing and working together,” said Francine Cassullo, Keefe Tech’s softball coach. “Player’s skills are developing individually and as a result our team is stronger.” Kayla Debrosse, Arielis Quezada, all-star shortstop Vanessa Poirer, Karla Cassemiro, Sarah Lundberg, Dominique Eugene, Arielys Rosario, Taran Probits, Theresa Stanton, Destiney Connolly, Nino Quinones and Molly Ford …
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
A state basketball title will not be coming to Framingham this year as Keefe Tech was knocked out of the tournament.
Keefe Tech went up against one of the best high school teams in the state last night and was given a stern lesson on how basketball is played at the elite level. The Broncos’ run to a basketball state championship was derailed in the semi-final round by Whitinsville Christian School, which won the game 87-38 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester. Whitinsville is the defending Central District Division III champion. The school also won the title in 2004, 2005 and 2006. Whitinsville proved to be too big, too fast and too disciplined for Keefe Tech to handle. “We knew their size would be an issue,” said Keefe Tech coach Paul Cavicchi. “They are very patient, very intelligent and handle the ball well. They don’t make any mistakes.” …
Saturday, March 5, 2011
Keefe Tech dispatched Bromfield, to win its quarter-final game in the state basketball tournament.
Keefe Tech scored 22 points in the fourth quarter and turned a once tight game into a runaway as the Broncos defeated Bromfield School, 61-41 in state Central Division 3 basketball tournament action last night. Third-ranked Keefe Tech will meet Whitinsville Christian, ranked second in the division, on Monday at 6 p.m. at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the semi-final round. A victory Monday would put Keefe Tech in the Division championship game, Saturday, March 12, 3:30 p.m., at Fitchburg State. Eduin Mieses played with abandon the fourth quarter, scoring nine of his 15 points in the stanza. He also pulled down 16 rebounds in the game. Mieses’ defensive presence in the middle thwarted a number of Bromfield’s offensive surges and on the …
Friday, March 4, 2011
Third-seeded Keefe Technical boys basketball team will battle Bromfield Academy at Keefe Tech in the second round of the tourney.
Friday, March 4, 2011
Third-seeded Keefe Technical boys basketball team will battle Bromfield Academy of Harvard in South Framingham in the second round of the tourney tonight at 7. Consider attending the game to cheer on a local team!
Thursday, March 3, 2011
The Broncos of Keefe Technical had an easy time against Ayer, beating the Panthers 65-42 last night in Framingham.
In a game that was never really in doubt, Keefe Tech rolled to a surprisingly easy 65-42 victory over Ayer in the state Central Division 3 basketball tournament last night in the friendly confines of the Keefe Tech gym. Third-seeded Keefe Tech will be at home Friday night against Bromfield Academy from Harvard, in the second round of the tournament. Bromfield, seeded 111th, beat Bethany Christian 63-49 last night. A win Friday will put the Broncos into the Final Four at Worcester Tech on Monday, March 7 for a 6 p.m. game. The championship game is scheduled for Fitchburg State on March 12 at 3:30 p.m. “I was expecting a tougher game,” said Keefe Tech coach Paul Cavicchi. “They’re a talented club, they have good size and they can score. “But…
Monday, February 28, 2011
Keefe Tech boys basketball, Marian boys hockey and Framingham girls hockey will all be playing state tounament games this week.
Three Framingham teams, one from each of the three high schools in town, will be heading into state tournament play this week. Additionally, three Framingham High wrestlers will be competing in the All New England Championships in New Haven Friday and Saturday. WRESTLING: Framingham’s Sa places second in All-State tournament The Flyers’ Gil Sa lost by a 10-3 decision to Needham’s James Carroll in the finals of the 130-pound class during the All-State tourney at Salem High on Saturday. “I was a little off my game,” said Sa. “I was more cautious than normal and I didn’t take any risks. But he’s tough. I’m not happy that there is somebody better than me. I’ll see him again this weekend.” Framingham advanced three wrestlers to the New England …
Friday, January 28, 2011
Fuller Middle School will stage Bye Bye Birdie this weekend.
1. Marian boys basketball will tip-off against Lowell Catholic tonight at Marian High at 6:30 p.m. 2. Fuller Middle School will stage Bye Bye Birdie tonight at 7, tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. Tickets are $9 at the door. 3. Keefe Tech boys basketball team will take on bay Path Regional Vocation High tonight at 7 at Keefe Tech. 4. Temple Beth Am is holding a Shabbat Unplugged in tribute to Debbie Friedman at 7:15 p.m. 5. Gary Backstrom presents a tribute to Todd Rundgren at the Amazing Things Arts Center at 8 p.m. Tickets are $16, $13 for members
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
If the Mother Nature and the weather don't cause problems, there is lots of high school games and meets today.
1. Today is the final day to turn nomination papers in for the town election. Nomination papers are due at the Town Clerk's office. The office closes today at 5 p.m. 2. Framingham Conservation Commissionis meeting at 7 p.m. at the Morse Institute Library in Natick (Route 135). On the agenda is Lake Cochituate. 3. Framingham boys basketball team will tip-off against Newton-North tonight at 5:15 at Framingham High. 4. Framingham high girls gymnastics teamwill take on Weymouth in a meet at Framingham High at 7 p.m. 5. Keefe Technical boys basketball team we play tonight at 7 at Keefe Tech.
Monday, November 22, 2010
Wrestling leads the class of hopeful winter sports teams for the Framingham-based technical high school
Winter is normally a time in New England where folks begin settling in for a long cold season. For the athletic teams at Keefe Technical School, this could be a rather special and warm winter. Leading the way for the Broncos this winter is the wrestling squad. Keefe Tech joins forces with Ashland High to support a wrestling team. The joint effort has proven to be successful in recent years as it gives the boys strength in numbers, so to speak. "Last year we had six kids come over from Ashland and for this season I have 12 so we've been able to double our numbers," said second-year head coach Don Marini. The squad must compete in all 14 weight classes ranging from 103 to 215 with heavyweight being the highest classification and having the …