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In mid-April, Holliston business 1-800-GOT-JUNK?, on Kuniholm Drive was one of eleven 1-800-GOT-JUNK? locations to take part in a massive Northeast toy drive, GOT TOYS?. With the aim to collect a huge amount of plastic toys for children in need across the Northeast, the effort, which coincided with Earth Day, was undertaken in support of Second Chance Toys (secondchancetoys.org).

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Holliston Baseball Hones Its Pitching Talent, Builds Its Offense

Playing in a league (TVL) that has some good baseball programs, Holliston is hoping that they can continue to build on what first year coach Craig Najarian brought to the Panthers last spring. Before Najarian took over the baseball reins Holliston had only been able to scrape together four wins two years ago. Last season the Panthers doubled that total going 8-12.

Softball Squad Aiming To Get Back In The Groove

The Holliston High softball squad has some definite strengths that could ultimately make the Panthers the surprise team in the Tri Valley League this spring.
The girls, who’ll be playing for their third coach in three seasons, have handled the coaching transition well, and they’ve also dealt with the delay in opening the season as well as could be expected. And, they’ve demonstrated lots of positives that new coach Jen Picardo admires.

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