1. HHS Football vs.Commerce 9-23-16

    *HOLYOKE – A 35-yard pick-six by junior defensive back Jose Luciano early in the fourth quarter assured No. 17 Holyoke football its first victory of the 2016 season, a 17-0 whitewash of Commerce Friday night at John Gilligan Field.

    It was also the first mark in the win column for new coach Joe Dutsar.

    With Holyoke (1-2) clinging to a 10-0 advantage three minutes into the fourth period, Luciano snagged an errant pass near the left sideline and found his way into the end zone.


  2. Holyoke vs. Agawam Highlights

    The Holyoke High School Girls Basketball Team Defeats Agawam 50-40 in the Western Massachusetts Division 1 Basketball Tournament. The girls move on to face Chicopee Comp at American International College on March 7th at 7:45 p.m. .

  3. Dean Tech Wrestling Senior Night


    Lloy Ball is the only United States male player to play in four Olympic Games for indoor volleyball. After competing in the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games, he capped his career with USA by winning gold at the 2008 Olympic Games. Ball was selected the most valuable player and Best Setter of the 2008 FIVB World League after pacing Team USA to the title weeks before the 2008 Olympic Games. He also earned bronze at the 1994 FIVB World Championship. Ball collected three CEV Champions League silver medals in the early 2000s with one coming with Italy’s Pallavolo Modena in 2002-03 and the other two with Greece’s Iraklis Thessaloniki in 2004-05 and 2005-06. After transferring to play for Russia’s Zenit Kazan, he earned the CEV Champions League gold medal in 2007-2008, followed by the silver medal in 2010-11 when he was selected as Best Setter.


    Bebeto coached the Brazil men’s national team to the 1984 Olympic Games silver medal in Los Angeles. He served as Brazil’s head coach during two tenures from 1980-84 and 1987-90. After his second tenure with Brazil, Bebeto moved on to coach Maxicono Parma in the Italian Serie A1 from 1990 to 1996. He accepted the head coaching position with the Italian men’s national team from 1996-99, leading Italy to the FIVB World Championship title in 1998. After a stint as president of Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas football club, Bebeto returned to his volleyball roots and remains as head coach for Turkish club Halbank Ankara. As a volleyball player, he competed for Brazil at the 1972 and 1976 Olympic Games.


    Fofão became the first volleyball player to play in five Olympic Games that spanned the years from 1992 to 2008. As its setter, she led Brazil to its first-ever Olympic Games women’s volleyball gold medal in 2008 after securing bronze in 1996 and 2000. She was selected Best Setter at the conclusion of the 2008 Olympic Games. Fofão collected silver medals at three FIVB World Championship events in 1994, 2006 and 2010. She earned silver medals at both the 2003 and 2007 FIVB World Cups, which included being honored as Best Setter in the 2007 event. Fofão reached the FIVB World Grand Prix medal podium five times with four gold medals (2004, 2005, 2006, 2008) and one silver medal (1999).