Winter 2015-16 season
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The Lexington girls’ basketball team handed Middlesex League rival and sixth-ranked Woburn its first loss of the season Friday night.
Keelah Dixon (21 points) dominated from the start for the Wamps (17-0) in their 54-45 victory.
Division 4 track championships
The Norton star is deaf, and also one of the fastest athletes in the state.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
With the MIAA tourney on the horizon, the fate of many teams will be determined by the play of their floor leaders.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL
With a lack of true size, both programs feel their best option is spreading the floor and shooting from long distance.
The junior scored a game-high 32 points for the Falcons as they routed the Lions, 80-56.
Division 3 track championships
Delasanta’s anchor leg in the 4 x 400 relay was a huge difference as Bishop Feehan won the boys’ title.
Nordic skiing championships
The Newton South senior won the state title in his first year skiing for his school while Mt. Greylock won both the boys’ and girls’ titles.
Kevin Tobin’s goal in the third period gave the Rockets a 2-2 tie in a Middlesex League battle.
Division 2 track championships
The Rockets’ Margie Cullen won the mile and 2 mile events on a record-setting day at the Reggie Lewis Center.
The Tigers, led by Quan Roberson’s 25 points, earned their second win vs. the No. 8 Panthers this season.
The Jets broke through the long dominance of Latin Academy and O’Bryant to capture the City League title.
Elliot Wiecek won his division, and Lily Canavan was third at the Bouldering Youth National Championship.
In its first year as a varsity team, Boston Latin held off Concord-Carlisle to win championship.
St. Mary’s senior co-captain scores lone goal in win over Arlington Catholic.
Jonathan Duvivier (33 points), Bryan Henry (20 points), and Marquis Goncalves (16 points) led the Boxers.
Balanced scoring attack and desire to outwork opponents is a winning formula.
Anna Kelly earns Player of the Week nod with 24-point effort.
Top seven teams hold serve, North Reading jumps to No. 8 after win over Pentucket.
The Lowell senior reached the milestone in win over Central Catholic.
Cambridge remains No. 1, but three newcomers ... hello Brockton ... enter the rankings.
Tim Kalinowski scored his 100th career goal to earn Player of the Week honors.
Burlington and Central Catholic move up, Pope Francis and Austin Prep move down.
With 21 players from 17 different city schools, the Tigers struggle to find success.
St. Mary’s may have ended AC streak but Cougars still the best of the bunch.
MIAA state boys’ gymnastics championships
The freshman placed first in the vault, rings, pommel horse, and high bar as the Newton co-op team repeated as champions.
Louis Finocchiaro and Sean Heffron scored to lead the Cougars past No. 19 Archbishop Williams, 2-0.
The Dragons win their 9th straight Boston City League swimming championship.
HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASTICS
Notre Dame Adademy junior Kelsie Dwyer has been training with high school/club coach Nicole Johnson since 6th grade.
CATCHING UP WITH ...
Former Masconomet Regional and Ohio Wesleyan basketball stalwart runs Rivals girls’ basketball program
HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASTICS
Athletes from Merrimack Valley Conference programs work in concert at the club level
BOSTON CITY LEAGUE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP
Senior Jayson Zernitsky led the Dragons as they rolled over O’Bryant and East Boston.
Laney Clement-Holbrook knew she boasted an impressive win total, but had no idea she needed just 10 wins to set the all-time mark.
Sophomore Jack Pinard made 20 saves in No. 17 Arlington’s 3-2 victory.
The talented sophomore brings athleticism and poise to his role as a team leader.
The senior’s 1,803 points broke the mark previously held by legend Ronnie Lee.
Here’s a look at where Globe All-Scholastic players and others have chosen to play college football.
With the win, St. Mary’s (15-2, 9-2) moves into a tie atop the Catholic Central Large girls’ basketball standings
Winless last season, the Warriors are undefeated through 14 games this year.
Top 20 boys’ basketball poll
The top six places stay the same, with Cambridge still at No. 1
Senior guard Chad Gaucher had 23 points and eight assists for Apponequet in its 63-60 win over previously undefeated Old Rochester.
Catherine Sweeney of Greater Lowell had a quadruple-double — 21 points, 13 rebounds, 10 assists, and 10 steals — in the Gryphons’ 58-48 win over Whittier on Thursday.
Top 20 girls’ basketball poll
The last time the Wamps lost was Jan. 17, 2014 — and that was to a team from New York.
Olivia MacMillan of Walpole scored five goals against Framingham — including a shorthanded hat trick
Top 20 girls’ hockey poll
Top-ranked Arlington Catholic won the battle of unbeatens, 2-0, over No. 2 Austin Prep
Austin Prep junior Ryan Verrier scored with eight seconds left for a huge conference win with Super 8 implications