BOSTON CITY LEAGUE GIRLS’ BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

New Mission completes mission, wins Boston City title

Boston Ma 02/23/2017 New Mission player #4 Taneja Jones Drayton (cq) left is guarded by Fenway player #3 Dasiah Thornton (cq) right during game action. Fenway Panthers vs New Mission Titans in Boston Public Schools Girls City Championship at Madison Park High School. Jonathan Wiggs /GlobeStaff) Reporter:Topic

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Taneja Jones-Drayton scored 23 points to lead New Mission over Fenway.

Boston Ma 02/23/2017 Latin Academey goalie Brendan Mannion (cq) is all smiles after stopping the last shot in a shootout , for his team to win championship 4-3. Latin Academy vs East Boston in Boston Public Schools Hockey City Championship.at Matthews Arena. Jonathan Wiggs /GlobeStaff) Reporter:Topic

LATIN ACADEMY 4, EAST BOSTON 3

Stunning comeback gives Latin Academy City League boys’ hockey title

The Dragons erupted for three goals late in the third to tie East Boston, then won in a shootout.

BOSTON CITY BOYS’ BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Jerrod Clark helps power Brighton to another City title

Clark scored a game-high 24 points in an emotional victory.

Feb. 22, 2017 - Birghton's Jordan Galloway (cq) charges to the hoop during the game against O'Bryant at the Boston Public Schools Boys Basketball City Championship semifinals at Madison Park High School in Boston, Mass. Photo Credit: Justin Saglio. Reporter: Karl Capen. Section: Sports. Slug:23citybhoop.

CITY LEAGUE BOYS’ BASKETBALL SEMIFINALS

TechBoston stuns New Mission; Brighton tops O’Bryant

TechBoston and Brighton play for the league title Thursday.

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE GIRLS’ BASKETBALL SEMIFINALS

It’s Fenway, New Mission girls in City final again

Starting two freshmen, Fenway is seeking its fifth title in six years; Serrette, Jones-Drayton, and Greene propel New Mission.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

St. John’s Prep defeats Braintree in boys’ hockey

The Eagles took out the Wamps, 4-1, in a nonleague game with Super 8 ramifications.

WELLESLEY 4, BEVERLY/DANVERS 3

Wellesley hands Beverly/Danvers its first loss in girls’ hockey

Wellesley weathered every comeback, and heads into the tournament on a high note.

GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY NOTEBOOK

Duxbury girls’ hockey is back on track

First-year coach Paul Reissfelder has Dragons (11-4-4) in tourney mode after a slow start.

Hingham-02/21/2017 Hingham High School vs Westford Academy at Pilgrim Arena. Westford Academy's Kelly DeMarco(left) and Hingham's Madeline Young chase a loose puck in the 1st period. Debee Tlumacki for the Boston Globe(sports)

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TUESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Hingham girls strike late to tie Westford in hockey

Julianna Lynch’s second goal of the game with 40.1 seconds left saved the Harborwomen.

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/02/21/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/hunt.jpg Naomi Hunt making history on mat at Middlesex School

The school’s first female wrestling captain, she is the Independent School League champion at 106 pounds.

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Falmouth-02/22/2017 Falmouth High School vs Duxbury HS in the Buddy Ferreria Classic. Falmouth's Nick Champani is congratulated at the Falmouth bench after his 1st period goal to ttie the game 1-1. The game jerseys of James Lavin and Owen Higgins hang above the bench. They were killed in a car crash in December in Falmouth after hockey practice.Photo by Debee Tlumacki for The Boston Globe(sports)

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BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY NOTEBOOK

In Falmouth, perseverance and commitment

The Clippers have regrouped after the tragic death of two teammates, thanks to widespread support.

GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL NOTEBOOK

Hanover girls have prepped for a deep run in Division 3

Coach Brian Fisher and the Indians have scheduled up to prepare for the postseason.

NOTRE DAME (HINGHAM) 4, NEEDHAM 4

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In a matchup against No. 2 Needham, the top-ranked Cougars clawed back from a three-goal deficit for a draw.

Archbishop Williams 65, Wellesley 63

Asiah Dingle, Archbishop Williams tip Wellesley

Dingle scored 27 points to lead eighth-ranked Archies.

DIVISION 2 INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Mansfield boys, Wellesley girls exceed expectations

Woburn was the runner-up in both the boys’ and girls’ competitions.

SUNDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Top-ranked Cambridge blasts past No. 7 New Mission

Seniors Jakigh Dottin and Dimon Carrigan led the Falcons to a 91-52 victory.

STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/02/19/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/_DSC0084-12681.jpg Springfield Central, North Andover, Melrose take titles

St. John’s Prep’s Ryan Garlitz worked overtime to take the title at 113 pounds.

GIRLS’ STATE SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/02/19/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/lee_miaaswim2_spts-12683.jpg Westford dominant in Division 1 win

Duxbury girls finally break through with their first title in D2 swimming.

DIVISION 1 INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

North boys, South girls lead all Newton sweep

Newton North’s Theo Burba set a meet record, winning the 600 meters in 1:19.62.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Top-ranked Revere bounced by Braintree

Keelah Dixon (18 points) and Adriana Timberlake (17) helped the No. 4 Wamps hand No. 1 Revere its first loss.

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