BHS Boys Soccer Opens its Season at Home vs Lincoln-Sudbury

By Jeff JHO Hoyland

BHS Boys Soccer huddles at the beginning of the season opener vs. Lincoln-Sudbury at Sabourin Field

A rainout at Concord-Carlisle earlier in the week made Friday’s home game against Lincoln-Sudbury (L-S) the BHS Boys Soccer game the team’s season opener.By Jeff JHO Hoyland

BHS Boys Soccer huddles at the beginning of the season opener vs. Lincoln-Sudbury at Sabourin Field

A rainout at Concord-Carlisle earlier in the week made Friday’s home game against Lincoln-Sudbury (L-S) the BHS Boys Soccer game the team’s season opener.

BHS Field Hockey Shuts Out Newton South 2-0 in Home Opener

  By Jeff JHO Hoyland A dozen Bedford High School field hockey players took to Sabourin Field for the season’s home opener against Newton South this week. It only took senior Kylie Ward just 4 minutes to net the first goal of the game, on an assist...

Rob Ackerman and Bedford’s ‘Breaking Through ALS’ Challenge

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Bedford’s Rob Ackerman is known to many as s third-degree black belt black and instructor at Callahan’s Karate Studio. He is also an elementary education major entering his sophomore year at Endicott College in Beverly.

The Breaking Through ALS Challenge was started by the martial arts community to honor Kevin Thompson, a grand master in karate stricken by ALS. Similar to the well known ice bucket challenge, this event has participants breaking boards for their donation.

Youth Soccer Challenge Competition on September 10

Submitted by Bedford Knights of Columbus Council 5292

All Bedford boys and girls ages 9 – 14 are invited to participate in the local level of the 2017 Knights of Columbus Soccer Challenge, sponsored by the Bedford Knights of Columbus Council 5292.

The local competition will be held September 10 at 1 PM at the Bedford Middle School Soccer “J” field. In the event of inclement weather, a rain date is set for September 17 at 1 PM at the Bedford Middle School Soccer “J” field. Note, this field is the one down the hill from the baseball right field fence.

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