Former Bruins teammates reunite as Lincoln-Sudbury assistant coaches

Former Bruin Hal Gill cuts an imposing figure behind the bench for Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.

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Hal Gill and Andrew Raycroft work with the L-S defensemen and goalies.

// Nick Carlino, Adam Morgan stepping forward on blue line for Burlington

Senior captains have made seamless transition back to blue line for 9-1-1 Red Devils.

// As Norton’s coach, Attleboro police chief teaches life lessons

Heagney, who played hockey at Bishop Feehan, served in the military after high school before starting his career in law enforcement.

Saturday’s school roundup: St. John’s Prep ties up Malden Catholic

St. John’s Prep boys’ hockey received a huge confidence boost in a 2-2 tie with second-ranked Malden Catholic on Saturday.

Friday roundup: No. 4 Cambridge beats No. 5 Westford in boys’ basketball showdown

Isaiah McLeod scored 29 points and finished 13 of 16 from the foul line to lead Cambridge over Westford, 66-60.

O’Bryant junior Justin Chung won the same two events for the second straight year, the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke.


Latin Academy wins 8th straight City League swim title

The Dragons have now won 24 of the last 25 City League championships.


Whittier becomes a true force in girls’ basketball

No longer an underdog, Whittier is quite willing to mix it up with the powerhouses.

The 5-foot-10-inch, 185-pound quarterback and safety eclipsed 5,000 yards in total offense in his senior season

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Boston English’s Emmanuel Almonte headed to Maine

The star quarterback/safety received a partial scholarship.

School roundup

Roundup: Canton girls upset Duxbury

The Bulldogs killed off all nine power plays by the defending state champs.


Pembroke girls have a solid hockey team to call their own

No longer a co-op squad with Whitman-Hanson, the Titans are an independent — and a winner.