MIAA BOYS’ HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Central Catholic earns No. 1 seed for Super 8 tournament

Hingham, MA - 2/15/2018 - Andover Golden Warriors goalie Cole Chingris (1) makes the save on a diving Hingham Harbormen Jacob Clark (8) during the first period. Andover JV coach Peter Loring is running the team with assistance from former BU coach Jack Parker. Head coach Chris Kuchar and two assistants are still on a leave of absence after allegations that players on the hockey team were denied food and water as punishment for losing games. Andover High at Hingham Pilgrim Skating Arena boys' hockey. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Dave Souza, Topic: 16schrdp, LOID: 8.4.1002677226.

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Andover garners fifth seed after closing season with four straight wins. BC High, St. John’s Prep, Hingham go 2-3-4.

MIAA GIRLS’ HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

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Unbeatens Shrewsbury, Woburn, and Austin Prep headline 31-team Division 1 bracket. Wellesley and Canton top two seeds in D2.

MIAA ALL-STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Attasauov dealt Garlitz his first loss of the season for the 132-pound title.

2/24/2018 - Boston, MA - Reggie Lewis Center - Two-mile first-place finisher Ryan Oosting, cq, right, a junior at Arlington High school and second-place finisher Andrew Mah, cq, left, a senior at Newton North High School, recovered after a record-breaking race. Hundreds of track and field athletes competed in the 33rd Annual MIAA Indoor Track & Field All-State Championship at the Reggie Lewis Track in Boston on Saturday, February 24, 2018. Topic: 8.4.1095585097. Story by Shawn Mcfarland. Photo by Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

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MIAA BOYS’ ALL-STATE INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP

Arlington’s Ryan Oosting, Milton’s Smith Charles double winners at All-States

Oosting ran the nation’s fastest time this season in winning the 2-mile (9 minutes, 8.34 seconds)

MIAA GIRLS’ ALL-STATE INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/02/24/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/02-24-2018-Track_03.jpg Wellesley girls’ indoor track team adds All-State title to résumé

Abby Comella (wins in the 600 and 4 x 400 relay) helped the team score a convincing 20-point victory.

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MIAA GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Reading, Mansfield vault to sectional titles

A pair of ninth-graders — Masco’s Gracy Mowers and Mansfield’s Erin Hurley — wore the all-around crowns.

STATE VOCATIONAL BOYS’ HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP

Southeastern/West Bridgewater repeats as vocational champ

Senior captain Kyle Burns nets winner in 4-2 win over Shawsheen in Brockton.

Friday’s school roundup

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David Duke scored 21 in the win, while future Providence College teammate A.J. Reeves had 30 for Brimmer & May

MIAA GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

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In a stacked Division 1 South bracket, will senior guard Veronica Burton and Newton South emerge with a trip to the Garden?

MIAA BOYS’ BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

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Everett rides a 15-game winning streak into D1 North tourney. Mansfield (20-2) headlines deep South bracket.

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING NOTES

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The 19-year-old Whitman teen enters All-State championship with a 28-0 mark at 182 pounds for CM.

Thursday’s school roundup

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Senior guard Walter-Dew Hollis (23 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals) led top-ranked Bears (20-1) in 61-46 victory over Brighton.

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE GIRLS’ BASKETBALL FINAL | FENWAY 59, NEW MISSION 35,

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Me’Ara Carter leads the offense with 22 points and 12 rebounds.

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ HOCKEY NOTES

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With postseason approaching, the Clippers (12-2-6, 9-0-3 Cape Ann League) believe their resume is worthy of a Super 8 bid for the first time in school history.

Boys’ basketball | Cambridge 53, Franklin 49

Aidan Keefer gives Cambridge a lift over Franklin

Keefer came off the bench to score 10 points.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

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Seniors Adam Seablom and Andy Johnson combined for 45 points for No. 20 Lakers (20-0) in 77-68 win over No. 12 Spartans (16-1).

HIGH SCHOOL INDOOR TRACK

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Entering Saturday’s All-State meet, Theo Burba (Newton North), Thomas Lingard (Lexington), and Calvin Perkins (Belmont) are geared up for a photo finish.

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE HOCKEY FINAL | LATIN ACADEMY 5, O’BRYANT 0

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The Division 3 North tourney-bound Dragons (10-10) struck for three first-period goals against O’Bryant at Matthews Arena.

BOSTON CITY LEAGUE | GIRLS’ BASKETBALL SEMIFINALS

Fenway, New Mission to meet again for City girls’ basketball title

The Panthers will look to avenge last season’s 55-50 loss to the Titans.

Newton MA 01/19/17 Newton South Veronica Burton drives to the basket making a layup beating Westward Academy Alexandria Giovino during first half action at Newton South. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: reporter:

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ BASKETBALL NOTES

After surviving tumult of regular season, Oliver Ames ready for first Div. 1 tourney

The Tigers dealt with a flu epidemic that impacted nearly the entire roster.

Newburyport MA 02/20/18 Tewksbury/Methuen (white) and Masconomet Regional taking the ice to start the thrid period of the first round of the Newburyport Bank Classic at the Henry Graf Skating Rink (Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic: 21ghocnotes reporter: Dan McLoone

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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ HOCKEY NOTES

Co-op programs allowing the girls’ game to grow

There are 28 hockey programs in EMass fielding rosters from multiple schools, resulting in a bonding experience.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

St. Mary’s of Lynn boys’ basketball team wins appeal

The Spartans will be seeded by their record, and not last, in the Division 3 North bracket.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | MYSTIC VALLEY 59, SHAWSHEEN 51

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The 5-foot-6-inch guard from Everett became the 71st high school player — boy or girl — to reach the mark

BOYS’ HOCKEY | ANDOVER 3, ST. JOHN’S SHREWSBURY 1

Caeden Dillman’s hat trick powers Andover past St. John’s (S)

It was the Pioneers’ third win against a ranked opponent in as many games.

TUESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/02/20/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/lee_022018_coophockey2_spts.jpg No. 6 Masconomet nips No. 3 Methuen/Tewksbury in shootout

Charisse Flanagan’s goal was the difference in the semifinals of the Newburyport Bank Ice Hockey Classic

BOYS’ BASKETBALL | NEEDHAM 72, LOWELL 65

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/02/20/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/20schrdp21.jpg Quick start lifts fifth-ranked Needham boys in Comcast/Dvinci final

Thomas Shaughnessy, Needham’s fiery senior captain, had a game-high 22 points in helping defeat No. 10 Lowell.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL | WESTFORD 53, BELMONT 45

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The Grey Ghosts (17-3) have been dominating in the past week, starting wins over No. 2 Newton South and No. 3 Braintree

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ BASKETBALL NOTES

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Seniors Ghared Boyce and Isaiah Likely have the 19-1 Crimson Tide positioned for a long run in Division 1 North.

MONDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Chris Edgehill helps Franklin hand TechBoston first loss of season

The sophomore guard had a season-high 31 points as the Panthers knocked off the No. 1-ranked Bears

MIAA BOYS’ SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS | BOSTON UNIVERSITY

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St. John’s Prep won its 12th Division 1 title in 13 years and senior captain Sean Devlin led the way for Wayland in Division 2.

MIAA DIVISION 3 INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS | REGGIE LEWIS CENTER

Smith Charles, Elise O’Leary outshine field

North Attleborough claimed the boys’ crown with 71 points and Milton took the girls’ title with 60.

SUNDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Everett rolls over St. John’s Prep in boys’ basketball

Senior guard Ghared Boyce scores 31 points to lift the Crimson Tide.

BOYS’ HOCKEY | ANDOVER 2, WALTHAM 0

Chris Kuchar makes triumphant return to Andover hockey bench

With coaching staff reinstated, Golden Warriors blanked Waltham, 2-0, on goals from freshmen Steve Ingram and Sam Murray.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/02/17/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/IMG_0724.JPG BC High’s late surge powers boys’ hockey win over Hingham

Timmy Kelly and Michael Grant each netter two goals to spark the fourth-ranked Eagles.

MIAA DIVISION 2 INDOOR TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS

Mansfield boys, Wellesley girls repeat as champions in Division 2

Belmont senior Anoush Krafian delivered a dominant performance with wins in the 55-meter hurdles, long jump, and high jump.