Boys’ soccer

For Medford boys’ soccer team, no goals is the goal

Through its first nine games, Medford is 7-0-2 and has not let any opponent score.

Theo Zidor (right)  and Everett  have fallen to No. 16.

Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Uncertainty around Everett causes drop in football Top 20

The Crimson Tide are now 1-3 and fell to No. 16 in the rankings.

// Hingham girls’ soccer looking to bounce back

The defending state champions have struggled offensively and are off to a 4-3 start.

Dorchester football reloads for 4-0 start

New coach Raul Brown and quarterback Stephen Jacques have the Bears thinking big.


School roundup: Wilmington girls soccer improves to 10-0-0

The No. 3 Wildcats withstood a charge from No. 9 Arlington and won, 2-0.

// Billerica football team sporting a new attitude

“Now instead of going out and playing not to lose, we’re going out every game and we’re playing to win,’’ said Billerica coach Duane Sigsbury.

Plymouth South makes its field hockey Top 20 debut

At No. 15, Plymouth South sits with a 7-1-1 record.

Andover stays at No. 1 in volleyball top 20

Andover and Newton North are among a handful of unbeaten teams and are 1-2 in the latest rankings.

Whitman-Hanson, Central Catholic a close 1-2 in girls’ soccer Top 20

Both teams are undefeated at 6-0.

Needham keeps strong hold on No. 1 in boys’ soccer Top 20

The team hasn’t allowed a goal in six games and is No. 1 for the third straight week.

7.4.2616035778_Sports_11brockton Brockton High running back Kerry Raymond (27) tries to get by Xaverian defenders Mike Souza (8) and Cal Flanders (94) during the football game at Marciano Stadium in Brockton, Mass., Friday, Oct. 10, 2014 (Robert E. Klein for the Boston Globe)

Brockton’s Kerry Raymond will miss rest of season with knee injury

The senior, an All-Scholastic a year ago, tore his ACL and damaged his meniscus against CM.

Saturday’s high school football scoreboard

Scores from all of Saturday’s action across Eastern Mass.


Seidl leads St. Sebastian’s in rout of Middlesex

Quarterback Tommy Seidl threw for one touchdown and ran for another as visiting St. Sebastian’s shut down Middlesex, 30-6.


Cameron Sass scores 3 TDs to lead Cardinal Spellman in football

The Cardinals raced to a 32-0 halftime lead in the Catholic Central Large clash.


Governor’s keeps Lawrence Academy football star AJ Dillon off scoreboard

The Govs used a critical first-quarter timeout to their advantage in the upset victory.


Shannan Kennedy shines in net for North Quincy in soccer

The junior goalkeeper has six shutouts for the Red Raiders girls’ soccer team.

Sam Landry, a captain for the Brockton High girls’ volleyball team, wears the libero’s special jersey during the Boxers’ match Wednesday against Marshfield.

Scott Eisen for The Boston Globe

Brockton High senior gets defensive about the libero position

At 5-feet-3, Boxer senior captain Sam Landry can still take control of the game by hitting the floor often.

// Danvers High libero digs her position on the volleyball court

Falcons’ senior Erin St. Pierre and other defensive specialists can make a sizable impact on the game.

A libero? Newton North junior sizes up critical position on court

Anna Zucchero and fellow seniors Jen Manning (Hopkinton) and Chelsea Kurylo (Natick) talk up about getting defensive.

Foxboro 10, Canton 7

Foxboro football grinds out victory over rival Canton

John Cronin nailed a 22-yard field goal and Ronnie Martin had a 44-yard score for the visiting Warriors.

BC High 7, Brockton 0

// BC High’s defense gets job done in win over Brockton

Steve Timmins scored the lone touchdown, and the No. 6 Eagles made two monumental stops in the fourth quarter to defeat the fourth-ranked Boxers.

Tewksbury 29, Andover 12

Troy Carey leads Tewksbury over fifth-ranked Andover

In the second home night game in program history, Troy Carey rushed for 160 yards and a score as Tewksbury pulled off the upset.