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Zachary Gray- Sports Editor

As the sports editor for The 1851 Chronicle I try to be objective in my writing. Since print is permanent, I don’t want to write anything that’ll make me seem narrow-minded, biased, or just plain stupid. But if it weren’t for the passionate sports fan inside me, I wouldn’t be holding this position today.

So who is that passionate sports fan I speak of? For starters, he isn’t anything special. I stand at a staggering 5’6” and weigh a little more than I should. Back in high school, I played baseball and wrestled. I’m not a great athlete; I can’t throw an effective spiral, nor can I pitch a curveball. Fun fact: I’ve never hit a homerun at any level of baseball.

Because my “skill” was short lived, I resorted to fanhood. I’m a Boston sports fan (Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins) and enjoy seeing the underdog win. There are some things, however, that might seem unusual for a Boston sport fan. More…

First round loss ends men’s lacrosse season Reply

Mike Gunning- 1851 Staff

Another season is in the books for men’s lacrosse after losing to Becker College, 12-8, in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Quarterfinals (GNAC) on April 23. The team finished with an overall record of 8-8 and an impressive 7-2 record against in conference opponents. They were able to finish third in the GNAC behind Norwich University and Mount Ida College. More…