FOXBORO – Foxboro Cable Access will air the Warrior Classic basketball tournament live today starting at 3pm today on Comcast 12 and Verizon 37. Â Live streaming video will also be available on this website: http://www.fcatv.org/live
3:00pm – Boys Varsity: Medfield vs. O’Bryant (FINAL:Â Medfield: 77 – O’Bryant: 65)
4:30pm – Boys Varsity: Foxborough vs. Dedham (FINAL: Dedham 52 Foxboro 42)
6:00pm – Girls Varsity: Duxbury vs. Archbishop Williams (FINAL: Archbishop 58 Duxbury 41)
Franklin, MA â€“ Track and Field fans across the state will be able to purchase tickets online in advance of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Associationâ€™s (MIAA) Indoor Track and Field Divisional Meets this weekend at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston due to an agreement between the MIAA and TicketLeap. Indoor Track and Field events start Friday, February 18th at 4:30 P.M. and run through Sunday, February 20th. This service will initially be offered only for this weekendâ€™s Indoor Track and Field Divisional Meets but may be expanded to other sports in the future. Tickets can be purchased by clicking on the link below:
â€œTicketLeap is proud to partner with the MIAA as its exclusive online ticketing provider,â€ said Mike Vaughan, Vice President of Business Development at TicketLeap. â€œTogether, we will provide convenience and accessibility for MIAA fans, families and friends to purchase tickets online for the first time.â€
TicketLeap, the leader in high school sports ticketing, is an online platform designed to make creating events and selling tickets easier than it’s ever been. Using TicketLeap, event organizers can sell tickets quickly, track sales in real-time, and get people talking about events from one unified system. To learn more, visit www.ticketleap.com.
For additional information pertaining to this announcement, please contact Sherry Bryant, Asst. Director, MIAA at 508-541-7997 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Neponset River Watershed Association seeks your help to raise little, brown, weed-eating beetles, this spring and summer.
Individuals, families, schools, scouts and organizations are invited to protect the Metro Boston natural environment with the help of a battalion of tiny beetles.
According to NepRWA Restoration Manager Carly Rocklen, â€œWe offer a unique opportunity for people to get involved in hands-on, local environmental protection. Participants get to know a local parkland up close and personal, and they attain first-hand experience in restoring that very special environment and bringing back native wildlife and plants. Families work together in the sun and fresh air. Itâ€™s a win-win experience for each volunteer and for the Metro Boston environment.â€
Raising the beetles helps to boost native plant and animal diversity in the Fowl Meadow wetlands along the Neponset River. By chowing down on the infamous, omnipresent, exotic, invasive purple-flowering plant called â€œPurple loosestrife,â€ the beetles help restore balance between wetland species and produce a more wildlife-friendly wetland.
Beetle Ranchers must have: 1) A sunny yard with space to place a kiddie pool that is near a garden hose, and 2) Availability from March through July to participate in project activities.
Sign up to be a Beetle Rancher by contacting NepRWA Restoration Manager Carly Rocklen at 781-575-0354 x303 or email@example.com. Learn more about Beetle Ranching at: http://www.neponset.org. View project pictures at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/neprwa.
This project is implemented by the Neponset River Watershed Association and project partner the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
The Neponset River Watershed Association is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that works to protect and restore the Neponset River and its surrounding watershed lands and waterways. The Neponset River Watershed includes parts of 14 cities and towns: Boston, Canton, Dedham, Dover, Foxborough, Medfield, Milton, Norwood, Randolph, Quincy, Sharon, Stoughton, Walpole and Westwood.