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Unified Basketball!

On Wednesday November 13th, our Unified Chicopee Basketball team took down Mount Greylock 64-52. While being in contact with Officer Hammon, the coach of the Unified Team, I asked him how the game went and if there were any standout players. Officer Hammon said that “our standout player of the game was Alexander “AJ” Pion

Pacers Football Outplays Frontier Regional Red hawks in Playoff Victory

By Jacob Shirely and Eric Cumba  CHICOPEE-  On what was a frigid and windy night this past November 8, the Chicopee Pacers and the Frontier Regional Red Hawks bumped heads in the semifinals of the division 7 MIAA high school football tournament. Many schools in the region are coming out with a lot of confidence but

PALMER HIGH NARROWLY DEFEATS CHICOPEE IN SEASON OPENER

By Nicholas De Pinho and Cody Darr CHICOPEE – Chicopee High School’s first game in their co-ed unified basketball season went off without a hitch this past Wednesday, November 6.  With each team being comprised of special needs students and local Best Buddies members, spectators had front row seats to not only a great game,

Chicopee Pacers Out-Volley Pioneer Valley Black Panthers

  By Nicholas De Pinho and Cody Magagnoli CHICOPEE ー The Chicopee High School Pacers girls varsity volleyball team took on the Pioneer Valley Regional Black Panthers at home on Friday October 18. From the get go, it was clear that the Pacers were the team running the show. Taking advantage of the Panthers’ slow

Pacers Outlast Golden Eagles to Win League Title

By Trent Lahair and Jacob Shirely CHICOPEE- The Chicopee High School Pacers faced off against the Central High School Golden Eagles this past Wednesday October 16 at Szot Park for an at-home victory. The match proved to be a gritty defensive battle through both halves, presenting some fantastic (albeit scattered) opportunities to both teams on

Pacers Demolish Lions Defense in Lopsided Victory

PACERS DEMOLISH LIONS DEFENSE IN LOPSIDED VICTORY By Cody Darr and Nicholas De Pinho LUDLOW一  On Friday October 12, the No. 2 Chicopee High School Pacers steamrolled over the No. 18 Ludlow High School Lions with a threatening running game that picked apart the Lions’ defense and brought on continuous red zone opportunities. The immense