Here are live updates from the Natick vs Beverly Divsion 2A superbowl.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Thursday, November 29, 2012
The Red Hawks will move on to the Super Bowl after the MIAA denied Plymouth South's appeal.
Plymouth South lost an appeal to dispute their loss to the Natick Red Hawks citing the use of an illegal ball during Natick's 38-33 victory Saturday night, CBS news reports. The football used by Natick for parts of the game was one not approved by the MIAA, and resulted in a penalty for the Red Hawks during the game. "Before Tuesday night’s game, Natick asked for, and received, permission from game officials to use a different ball. The error was caught with about four minutes left in the game, and Natick was assessed a 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalty," the article said. Natick will move on to the Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium on Saturday.
Monday, January 30, 2012
DirecTV and Sunbeam reached an agreement late last week.
DirecTV customers and New England Patriots fans can sit back and watch the Super Bowl in their own living room now that the company reached an agreement with Sunbeam last Thursday. With last weekend's AFC win by the New England Patriots, local legislators got into the fight earlier this week and urged the two companies to come to terms before the Super Bowl would be blacked out in Boston and Florida. The dispute left about 200,000 DirecTV subscribers in the Boston TV market without access to NBC and the CW network programming, according to Boston.com. WHDH, the NBC affiliate in Boston, will broadcast the Super Bowl, so without an agreement, those people would not have been able to see the game. "We are pleased to have reached an agreement …