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Insight, News, and Opinion by Nick Abramo
Welcome to Bedrock Sports Marlboro, your go-to place for compelling tales of some of the city's fascinating people, places and history. Editor/writer Nick Abramo was 1 1/2 when his family moved from Waltham to Marlboro in 1961. He got to know many residents, of course, during his formative years and graduation from MHS in 1978, while writing for the Enterprise-Sun from 1981 through 1986 and by keeping up with some of them on Facebook since 2010.
riverrun, past Eve and Adam's, from swerve of shore to bend of bay, brings us by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to Howth Castle and Environs. -- James Joyce, "Finnegans Wake" --- Yo, yo, yo!!! I never thought I could use that line above anywhere -- ever, for any reason -- on the blank page of a story. Ahh, but I did it, and I immediately can't take credit, which, of course, goes to that master (or pretender) of the English language, Mr. James Joyce. The line is the o
Patty Miller. Say the name and just about anyone who went to Marlboro High School in the mid-1970s will remember a smiling, yet tough and imposing girl. So tough, in fact, that she was a four-time team school MVP in softball and basketball.
"She scored like 63 points in one game," said Charlotte (Juaire) Melanson, who also played three sports and was one of several writers for "Panther Tracks" -- articles about MHS sports that would run weekly in the Marlboro Enterprise.