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NFL WEEK #1

By Jack Healey The NFL season gets underway tonight as Green Bay will be at Chicago. Here goes: Green Bay over Chicago Sunday September 8th Minnesota over Atlanta Philadelphia over Washington Cleveland over Tennessee Kansas City over Jacksonville Carolina over LA Rams NY Jets over Buffalo Miami over Baltimore LA Chargers over Indianapolis Seattle over […]

High School Football Week #1

By Jack Healey Interesting week #1 in high school football as I went 10-4 and George went 7-7. Rutland with an impressive 64-6 victory over CVU on the road. Hunter Postemski rushed for 115 yards on 21 carries and 3 touchdowns. Fans might recall that Postemski had a great opening game last year against Brattleboro […]

Correction, High School Football Week #1

By Jack Healey Earlier this week I wrote that Will Fleming, the great Pawtucket Red Sox announcer who has been sitting in occasionally on Boston Red Sox radio broadcasts would be subbing for NESN’s Dave O’Brien during the series in Colorado. I was mistaken!The announcer on TV was Tom Helmer. I was misinformed. Meantime Dave […]

Will Fleming And Jim Rome

By Jack Healey One of the many voices on the Boston Red Sox radio broadcasts this year is Will Fleming. Fleming is also the voice of the Triple A Pawtucket Red Sox and he is excellent. Fleming is also fluent in Spanish which comes in handy when interviewing players like Rafael Devers. Fleming will be […]

Bob Cousy, Suspended Game, Andrew Luck,World Series Preview?

By Jack Healey Back from vacation and feeling refreshed at least for a couple of days. This is not a political statement, but Boston Globe sportswriter Dan Shaughnessey made it political as usual! Former Celtics great Bob Cousy recently received the “Presidential Medal of Freedom” from President Trump and in accepting the honor Cousy said […]

Travis Roy, High School Football, Red Sox

By Jack Healey I went to the final day of the Travis Roy Foundation Wiffle Ball Tournament at little Fenway, Little Wrigley and little Field Of Dreams in Essex yesterday and as always it was special. A record $721,500 was raised this year breaking the record set last year by $100,000. if you haven’t seen […]

The Dartmouth PA Guy

By Jack Healey Rutland native John Cameron whose cousins are Mike Cameron of WSYB radio in Rutland and former MSJ and Fair Haven head football coach Brian Grady, who is now the offensive coordinator at Castleton, was the public address announcer of the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Game on Saturday at Dave Wolk Stadium at […]

More Legion Baseball And Shrine Football

By Jack Healey The State American Legion Baseball Tournament continues today at Colchester with three games on tap including Rutland vs. Colchester at 10 AM. SD Ireland is in the best position to win the championship as it doesn’t have to play today and has two shots to win one game tomorrow. Rutland and Colchester […]