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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ SOCCER NOTEBOOK

BC High’s Ryan Cuozzo leads by example

The Eagles’ senior winger has four goals through five games.

MONDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

High-fives galore for Rockland girls’ soccer team

Maddie Blonde scored five goals and Grace Oliver joined 100-point club in the 7-0 win.

HIGH SCHOOL GOLF

Nauset’s Will Campbell reaps emotional win at CCNGC Invitational

Freshman shoots 74 to win high school tournament created last fall in memory of his late mother.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

ISL raises curtain with thrilling opening week

The opening weekend for Independent School League football had its fair share of excitement.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL | PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Lexington QB Sal Frelick among Week 3 players of the week

The Lexington QB ran for 200 yards, two scores and threw for another TD in a 41-21 victory over Reading.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

Lawrence Academy runs past BB&N

Joshua Arruda ran for two touchdowns in ISL opener.

EVERETT 42, ST. JOHN’S PREP 28

Balanced attack leads Everett past St. John’s Prep

Six different players found the end zone for Crimson Tide.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Masconomet boys’ soccer team tops Oliver Ames

Jared Scarpacci’s goal gave the Chieftains their sixth straight win.

NORTH ANDOVER 35, TEWKSBURY 16

North Andover proves too much for Tewksbury

Gabe De Souza starred in all three phases of the game for the Scarlet Knights.

MEDFIELD 55, NORTON 10

Mitchell Gonser paces Medfield victory

Junior quarterback picks up 245 yards and four touchdowns.

MILTON ACADEMY 21, ST. SEBASTIAN’S 19 (OT)

Duggan delivers game-saving stop for Milton Academy

Junior linebacker breaks up conversion pass in OT to lift Mustangs in ISL opener.

HOLLISTON 41, WESTWOOD 7

Holliston runs over Westwood

Jack Armstrong (2 TDs) fuels a balanced 252-yard rushing attack in Tri-Valley League win.

FRIDAY’S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

Melrose flashes past Watertown

Rey Giuty (156 yards, 2 TDs) and Isaac Seide led undefeated Melrose

LEXINGTON 41, READING 21

Lexington has best answer: Sal Frelick

Senior quarterback gains 200 yards on 15 carries for Minutemen (3-0) in Middlesex League win over Reading.

Friday’s high school football scores

Here’s the outcomes from games across Eastern Massachusetts on opening night of Week 3.

FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Duxbury boys’ soccer blanks Hingham

Junior Tim Mehrmann earned his fourth shutout of the season for the Dragons (3-0-1),

LOWELL 35. CHELMSFORD 16

Curtis Gentles passes Lowell past Chelmsford

The Red Raiders QB threw four touchdown passes, helping Lowell improve to 3-0.

DUXBURY 23, WHITMAN-HANSON 9

Duxbury gains the upper hand on Whitman-Hanson

Junior QB John Roberts was 12 for 20 with 202 yards passing and two touchdowns.

MARSHFIELD 57, FALMOUTH 6

Marshfield ends Falmouth’s 17-game win streak

Jack McNeil rushed for 123 yards and three TDs to lead offensive charge.

CHARLESTOWN 14, SOUTH BOSTON 8

Steven Williams leads Charlestown past South Boston

Transfer QB threw for a touchdown and ran for another against ex-teammates.

HIGH SCHOOL CROSS-COUNTRY NOTES

Lowell boys’ cross-country reloads for a run

Former assistant Scott Ouellet takes the reins from 34-year mentor Phil Maia.

Live updates: High school football Week 3

The season is in full swing. Follow the latest from around Eastern Massachusetts.

NOTEWORTHY

Globe South: Noteworthy performances

Bridgewater’s George Lampros, a punter and kicker for Massachusetts Maritime, was named the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference’s Special Teams Player of the Week.

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Lynnfield aims to take its volleyball game up a notch

A perennial Division 3 power, with seven straight North titles, Lynnfield’s volleyball squad is moving up to Division 2.

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

Building Rome, on the volleyball court

West Bridgewater’s new volleyball team has yet to win; Hingham’s barely loses.

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

In volleyball, they play the outside game

Outside hitters from Newton North, Newton South, and Hopkinton high schools say theirs is a unique position in the sport.

Craig Larson’s Week 3 high school football picks

The Globe’s high school sports editor takes his shot at picking the best matchups in Week 3.

2017 PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW

Jake Bobo gives Belmont Hill the upper hand

Coverage of the 6-foot-4-inch, Duke-bound senior wideout will pose a tall task for opposing ISL defenses this season.

THURSDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

BC High golf showcases depth in win vs. Malden Catholic

With their best player, Nathan Ingram, sidelined by a fever, the Eagles (6-1) rallied to defeat their Catholic Conference foe.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

2017 Prep school football preview

Belmont Hill, BB&N, Milton Academy, Lawrence Academy, and St. Sebastian’s headline wide-open race in the Independent School League.

High school girls’ volleyball notebook

Brookline ready to take next step up

Tenth-ranked Warriors (5-1) look to challenge Newton North’s domination of Bay State Conference.

HIGH SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY NOTES

Expectations run high for experienced Marshfield team

The Rams hope their senior-laden squad will lead the way to a postseason berth.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

No. 20 Sandwich remains unbeaten in field hockey

No. 20 Blue Knights improve to 4-0-2 after scoring a 2-1 victory over visiting Marshfield on Wednesday.

TUESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

No. 1 Barnstable girls’ volleyball passes test at Hopkinton

Defending state Div. 1 champion Red Raiders (4-0) rallied from first-set loss to win out next three in a row for match.

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ SOCCER NOTEBOOK

Hingham, Whitman-Hanson ratchet up their rivalry

The Harborwomen, new to Division 1, and the Panthers will intensify their matchups as Division 1 South title contenders.

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ SOCCER NOTEBOOK

Lexington knows 2016 crown counts for nothing

The Division 1 state champs returned just four starters and is minus 15 seniors from a year ago.

MONDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Newton North volleyball rises to challenge

In a battle between undefeated teams, the second-ranked Tigers bested No. 11 Natick in four sets

High School Football

Lowell quarterback headlines Week 2’s players of the week

The Globe’s Week 2 Players of Week from Divisions 1 through 8.

WEEK 2: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

Lowell scores 62 points in wild win over Cambridge Rindge & Latin

The two teams combined for 123 points before Mike Menezes’s 24-yard field goal sealed 62-61 victory for the Raiders.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Rivers girls’ soccer starts with a strong finish

Sophomore Rylee Glennon caps comeback with two goals in win over Phillips Academy Andover.

CENTRAL CATHOLIC 21, ST. JOHN’S PREP 0

Central Catholic football defends its turf

The second-ranked Raiders shut out No. 4 St. John’s Prep with a suffocating effort.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

Tewksbury’s late gamble pays off against Methuen

The host Redmen (2-0) converted a late fourth-and-5 for the go-ahead score and a 2-point conversion to erase a 19-14 deficit.

STOUGHTON 28, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL 14

Stoughton defense picks apart Catholic Memorial

The Black Knights took advantage of four sacks, a forced fumble, and a 70-yard pick-6.

Friday’s School football roundup

Cooper DeVeau does it all for Xaverian

The junior had 131 receiving yards and two touchdowns, 55 return yards, several key tackles, and a defensive score

BC HIGH 19, MARSHFIELD 7

Danny Abraham sparks No. 3 BC High

Senior running back scores twice in 19-7 win over No. 7 Marshfield

EAST BRIDGEWATER 28, HANOVER 8

Andrew Carroll leads Hanover over East Bridgewater

The junior tossed a pair of touchdown passes and returned an interception for a score

CATHEDRAL 42, BRIGHTON 20

Headen carries Cathedral past Brighton

Senior sparks second-half surge with 63-yard scoring run, a 70-yard fumble recovery, and fourth-quarter TD.

Friday’s high school football scores

Here’s how things turned out under the Friday night lights in Week 2.

LINCOLN-SUDBURY 42, HOLLISTON 14

L-S is dominant in win over Holliston

Harrison Gross caught two touchdowns to lead offensive charge for Warriors.

LATIN ACADEMY 14, BOSTON LATIN 0

Latin Academy wins first football meeting with Boston Latin

Xavier Ortiz threw two touchdown passes in first game between historic schools