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Noa Taylor is an 8-year-old kid who knows a thing or two about martial arts. The Dorchester girl beat out 11 other kids in the USA National Taekwondo Championships this summer, taking home the silver medal in forms and bronze medal in sparring.

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Saturday is fight night at the House of Blues in Boston and a pair of Irish boxers are on the bill. Former WBO middleweight champ Spike O’Sullivan of Cork will be taking on Englishman Nick Quigley in the headliner bout, while Ray Moylette of Islandeady... Read more

Ethan Somers, freshman at John D. O’Bryant High School and Sean Hobbs, freshman at Archbishop Williams High School both scored goals in winning games on their varsity soccer teams last week.

Somers scored a goal in a 3 to 2 win over Saugus and... Read more

Summer peaks, and so with it should baseball be peaking. But 2017 is not your ordinary season. While ostensibly booming financially – ever the foremost consideration – fundamental questions about how the game is being played, including some challenges... Read more

While you’re off on the beach for a couple of weeks, stuff keeps happening on the relentless merry-go-round of contemporary sport. The games never sleep. No sense trying to catch up, let alone the need. But here are a couple of highlights, or... Read more

The organizer of a free Saturday morning baseball clinic hopes he can bring more children into the program. Frank R. Jordan, a special advisor to the Boston Red Sox, says the Boston Area Church League program is open to both boys and girls in two age... Read more

The OFD Chiefs spring season ended after coming up just short against the Granite State Wild in the Valley League playoffs.

The Chiefs coaches, players and parents want to extend a big “thank you” to The Friends of Donny Higgins and Team MR8... Read more

Children from age 8 to 13 soon will begin spending their summer under All Dorchester Sports & Leadership, playing baseball at Town Field in Fields Corner. The program is a learning opportunity: no... Read more

Money! Follow the money. It’s all about the money. Money makes the world go round. Money talks and you know what walks. In Baseball, the color of money is ugly.

The subject of money suffocates the game. You can’t talk about baseball without... Read more

The racial taunts— and objects, including a bag of peanuts— that Orioles outfielder Adams Jones said were hurled at him on Monday night at Fenway Park have brought legitimate scrutiny to how the Boston Red Sox police and protect their fans and players... Read more

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