slides: 12 Biggest Sports Stories of 2012 in Central Mass
Thursday, December 27, 2012
2012 was a memorable year for Central Mass sports, but not always for the right reasons. While the state title game runs of the Algonquin boys and girls lacrosse teams were certainly positive, the business dealings of the Worcester Tornadoes and their "star" Jose Canseco certainly were not. So now, let's take a look back at the 12 biggest sports stories of 2012.
- NEW: Worcester Native Rob Hennigan Named Orlando Magic GM
- Bob Lobel: Why Can’t We Get Announcers Like Carl Beane?
- Worcester Native Rob Hennigan Leads Scouting Department for Oklahoma City Thunder
- Worcester’s Edwin Rodriguez Dominates on HBO’s Boxing After Dark
- NEW: Canseco No Longer With Tornadoes
- The Top-10 College Basketball Prospects in Central Massachusetts
- Worcester Boxer Shines in Madison Square Garden
- NEW: Tornadoes Introduce Newly Signed Canseco
- The Top-10 Plays of the High School Football Season
- GoLocalTV Sports: Tough Times for Two Former Central Mass Basketball Stars
- NEW: Tornadoes’ Office Cleaned Out; More Lawsuits on the Way?
- Fitchburg’s Notre Dame Prep on NCAA “Watch List”: Two Recent Grads Ruled Ineligible
- St. Mark’s School Basketball Turns Out Top Prospects
- NEW: Canseco Files for Bankruptcy
- Algonquin Boys and Girls Advance to State Lacrosse Championship
- Auburn Runs Past Tantasqua for Division 3 Championship
- Hennigan’s Former Coach Dishes on the NBA’s Youngest GM
- CMass Figures in Pro Sports: Jarrett Jack Calls Out Ray Allen
- NEW: Magic Introduce Hennigan as General Manager
- BREAKING: Carl Beane, Voice of the Boston Red Sox, Dies in Crash