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Worcester Academy becomes anchor high school tenant at Canal District rink

Worcester Sports Center, expected to be built and open by August 2017 on Harding Street in Worcester, has signed Worcester Academy as an anchor high school tenant, managing partner Cliff Rucker said.

Worcester Sports Complex

Courtesy Worcester Railers

An artist’s rendering of the planned Canal District dual hockey rink complex.

“I am delighted to announce that Worcester Academy will be our first high school anchor tenant with both their boys and girls ice hockey teams,” said Rucker, who also owns Worcester Railers HC, an ECHL team expected to begin play next season. “The Worcester Academy agreement further emphasizes our commitment that this is a community resource built for the student-athletes of Worcester.”

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