Boys/girls lacrosse pairings
Here's a look at the seedings and matchups for all the divisions this spring.
A 90th birthday party will be held Wednesday for Ed Schluntz, “the godfather of the schoolboy Super Bowl.”
Here are the seeds and first-round matchups for the tournament.
Playing tough opponents get the Falcons ready for MIAA tournament
DIVISION 1 TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Andover girls repeated as state champions.
DIVISION 2 TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS
Reading dominated field events, and Wellesley used its speed on the track.
BC High holds onto top spot with Super 8 field announced Monday
Senior pitcher strikes out 16 in win over Walpole.
Belmont star poised for big tournament run.
division 3 track championships
Burlington completed a sweep of the outdoor meets this season.
Division 4 track championship
The freshman fought through blazing temperatures to win the 2-mile race.
The teams will play Monday at 11 a.m. for the city baseball title.
Questions still remain before Monday’s selection for the tournament.
Henry Ennen tosses three-hitter with 10 strikeouts as Eagles pull out win on two hits.
After 22 years and 250 wins, Gov’s coach Peter Bidstrup leaves on top
In the MIAA tourney, teams will advance, or be sent home depending on their prowess controlling faceoffs.
First-year players have proved vital to the success of the Austin Prep, Westford Academy, and Marblehead High girls’ lacrosse squads
At the shrill of the whistle, seizing possession of the ball in the faceoff circle often determines the outcome of the game.
CAMPUS ANGLE Q&A
Bridget Thibodeau was a three-starter for one of the top defensive units in Division 3.
Sophomore Elise Pereira draws two-out walk and classmate Brooke Taute delivers two-run homer.
CATCHING UP WITH ...
Former two-sport standout from Duxbury headed to Seattle for a nurse practitioner position at a cancer center.
Change not expected until 2017-18 school year
Aimee Kistner’s walkoff single lifted Taunton (20-1).
The Concord-Carlisle boys handed Reading its first loss of the season.
The first annual MIAA Special Olympics Massachusetts Unified Track State Championship showcased success — on many levels.
lincoln-sudbury 15, needham 11
The Warriors took control after falling behind by three goals early.
Both teams entered undefeated, but junior goalie CJ Hart (14 saves) kept the Rockets on course.
Medford star runs her record to 12-3 with a .500 batting average.
One loss doesn’t change inevitable, a matchup with Silver Lake
Losses to BC High and Dover-Sherborn have dropped reigning Division 2 champions
Archbishop Williams senior records 300th point in win over St. Mary’s.
Wins over Lincoln-Sudbury and Brockton keep Eagles on top
In other action, Burlington senior Ada Wiggins won her second North title in three years.
Senior first baseman Ronnie Luke goes 7 for 9, adds 6 RBIs.
Junior nets her 300th career point in win over Hamilton-Wenham.
Division 1 South tournament field loaded with state’s best teams.
The top-ranked Warriors cruised to a 13-5 victory over fourth-ranked Concord-Carlisle.
Megan and Kathleen Hartnett have Golden Warriors chansing tournament berth
Senior outside hitter David Ho powers the Dragons (12-6) past O’Bryant, 25-23, 25-15, 25-17
Gillespie and Fahey last in a long line of talented lacrosse players
Senior ace tosses a one-hitter and belts a solo homer for the 19-0 Lakers.
With sons Bryce and Hunter piling up points, 30-year coach Bussy Adam has Tigers in the hunt once again.
Bridgewater State freshman Jayci Andrews is a seven-time MASCAC Rookie of the Week for the outdoor track season.
CATCHING UP WITH ...
In the 1970s, Andy and Kent Bolster pushed each other to record-setting feats for the Green Dragons, and beyond.
The brotherhood of the fast-rising game is helping new programs get off the ground and make their mark.
Goalie Kevin Morency and midfielder John Loreti are relative newcomers to the game. But their athleticism helps fuel unbeaten Panthers
Wednesday’s school roundup
In a game of No. 1 vs. No. 2, Westwood started fast and never looked back.