WEEK 4 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL REVIEW

‘Cool Hand Luke’ Harris becomes force on Lynn English defense

COURTESY MONICA HARRIS

The quarterback started at safety in Week 4 and proved more than capable in the Bulldogs’ first win of the season.

Roundup: No. 7 Norwood upends No. 17 Framingham in field hockey

Kacie Smith scores a hat trick for Mustangs in 6-3 win

Natick QB Nick Olson.

Week 4: High school football players of the week

Senior linebacker Andrew DeNucci made 15 tackles, had two sacks, and scored on a 56-yard interception return to lead Newton North over Needham, 24-7.

Keith Ford has Randolph High football program on the road to success

Resurgent Randolph High (2-1) will play East Bridgewater (3-1) on Friday night

Everett running back Lukas Denis rushed for 69 yards and a touchdown in the fourth quarter to lift the Tide to a 34-23 win.

(Globe File)

Globe football Top 20: Everett jumps to No. 3

Lowell (4-0) jumps a spot to No. 2 after a 21-7 win over Billerica.

Globe girls soccer Top 20: Acton-Boxborough moves to No. 1

We wave goodbye to a defending state champion, welcome another unbeaten team, and crown a new No. 1.

Globe boys’ soccer Top 20: Framingham cracks Top 5

BC High slid to the No. 6 spot while Masconomet and Framingham each moved up one spot to round out the top five.

Globe girls’ volleyball Top 20: Notre Dame takes over the No. 1 spot

Previously No. 2 Notre Dame Academy handed four-time defending Division 1 state champion Barnstable its first loss since October 2012.

Globe field hockey Top 20: Framingham checks in at 17

Framingham became the fourth Bay State Conference school to join the Top 20.