SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Ex-Cambridge R&L star Jakigh Dottin commits to Towson

Cambridge, MA: 11-20-17: Former Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School basketball star Jakigh Dottin (right) announced that he will be attending Towson State during an event held at Rindge and Latin's War Memorial Gymnasium. He is pictured reacting as his mother Artishia Dottin (left) talks to the gathered crowd about him. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

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Dottin said coach Pat Skerry, a Medford native, is a reason he chose Towson.

MIAA SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/11/19/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/Boghosian_20schswim11_SPTS.jpg Andover girls’ swimming claims fourth straight Division 1 title

The Golden Warriors won the first eight events.

WEEK 11 | HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/11/20/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/Bus8%202017-2.jpg Jeremy Soule at the heart of Middleboro’s Super Bowl run

The senior running back (1,200 yards, 12 TDs) has been at the focal point of the Sachems’ (9-2) drive to the Division 6 Super Bowl.

Millis-Hopedale junior QB Bryce Latosek (5) throws a pass in the second quarter of the MIAA Division 4A Super Bowl at Worcester State University in Worcester, Massachusetts on December 3, 2016. Millis-Hopedale defeated Maynard 30-18. Matthew Healey for The Boston Globe (SPORTS - Assigning Editor: Joanne Strohmeyer - Story Editor: Craig Larson)

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL | Week 11 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Millis QB Bryce Latosek a star among Players of the Week

The senior led the Mohawks to a 40-22 victory over Cathedral in the Div. 8 state semifinals by throwing for 379 yards and 4 TDs.

SUNDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Brooks boys’ soccer wins NEPSAC title for retiring coach

Brooks (15-0-3) scored three goals in the final 19 minutes to deliver 40-year-coach Dusty Richard a Class B title in his last game.

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY

Fall high school state championships results

The state finals for boys’ and girls’ soccer, field hockey, girls’ volleyball, cross-country, and swimming were held this weekend.

Wrentham, MA 11/18/17 D1 and D2 All-State cross country for SPORTS ( George Rizer for the Globe)D-2 Girls race.......early on, eventual winner Natick HS Grace Connolly had no competition.....

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MIAA girls’ all-state cross-country championships

For Natick’s Grace Connolly, no competition

The junior ran away with the D1 All-State championship.

MIAA boys’ ALL-STATE CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS

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The star rivals were, as usual, 1-2 in Division 1; Sam Acquaviva won the Division 2 race.

MIAA FIELD HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/11/18/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/_WT36029.jpg Watertown field hockey nets 9th straight Division 2 title

The Raiders capped their season with a 21st straight win; Andover blanked Longmeadow for the D1 crown.

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MIAA GIRLS’ SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS

Runnels delivers Danvers D2 title in PKs

Senior Kaylee Francis knocked in a loose ball on the right post 1 minute into second half to lift Mohawks (17-2-2).

DIVISION 4 SEMIFINALS | MELROSE 22, HOPKINTON 8

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The running back broke out with two TDs in the second half to power the Red Raiders.

DIVISION 7 SEMIFINALS | MASHPEE 28, ST. MARY’S 20

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/11/18/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/20171118031157_IMG_8041.JPG Devaun Ford, Mashpee earn third straight Super Bowl berth

The Falcons’ star running back piled up 245 yards and three TDs in the win over the Spartans.

Brockton celebrates after taking home the Division 1 State Championship against Longmeadow. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

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MIAA BOYS’ SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS

Leonardo Teixeira helps Brockton capture first state soccer title

The junior forward from Cape Verde scored three goals and assisted on the Boxers’ two others.

DIVISION 3 SEMIFINAL | NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH 29, TEWKSBURY 21

Brendan McHugh’s speed paves North Attleborough path to Gillette

McHugh scored three TDs against Tewskbury in a Division 3 state semifinal.

NEPSAC FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

Lawrence Academy rides freshman Anthony Muse to Fleming Bowl title

The running back rushed for 373 yards and six touchdowns in a rout of Phillips Andover.

 Newton North rallies as they take the lead in game 1 against Hopkinton. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

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MIAA GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Newton North is deep, talented, and Division 1 champs

The Tigers overcame the loss of captain Miska Legatova in a sweep Hopkinton.

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The eight Massachusetts championship games will be held Dec. 1 and 2 at Gillette Stadium.

Dennis-Yarmouth's Bobby Evans runs past Watertown's James Walter (64), Timothy Tat (71) and Ben Landry during their D5 state semifinal in Medford, Mass., Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. (Winslow Townson for The Boston Globe)

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DIVISION 5 SEMIFINALS | DENNIS-YARMOUTH 41, WATERTOWN 3

Dennis-Yarmouth overpowers Watertown

Jacob McCarthy threw for four touchdowns and Bobby Evans rushed for 189 yards.

DIVISION 6 SEMIFINALS | MIDDLEBOROUGH 27, STONEHAM 14

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Jeremy Soule collects 246 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries.

DIVISION 8 SEMIFINALS | MILLIS 40, CATHEDRAL 22

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Bryce Latosek passed for 379 yards and four touchdowns to spark the Mohawks.

HIGH SCHOOL NOTES

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/11/17/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/Sportsmanship-Summitt-Nash.jpg MIAA presents Emily Nash with achievement award

The Lunenburg High junior golfer recorded the lowest score at the Division 3 Central tournament last month, but she did not receive the trophy because she was a girl.

Documentary short

Heart over height: Johnny Ortiz’s journey from underdog to basketball sensation

Johnny Ortiz has helped lead his teams to victory not with long legs or a formidable wingspan. He’s relied on his heart, tenacious spirit, and mastery of the game’s nuances.

Boys’ basketball

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/10/11/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/12132009_13nohoopd-7450031.jpg Lynn Classical tabs Jasper Grassa to succeed father

After Tom Grassa stepped down on Oct. 11, his 26-year-old son, Jasper, was picked Wednesday to follow in his footsteps as the Rams boys’ basketball coach.

Byfield, MA- September 29, 2017: Governor's Academy's Jos Cremers (72) listens to a coaches talk before their high School football game against Milton Academy in Byfield, 2017. Cremers, an exchange student from Germany who is totally deaf, wears devices on both ears to help him hear that were implanted at age 10. (CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF) section: sports reporter:

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Governor’s Academy lineman has overcome the odds

Jos Cremers, of Germany, has not allowed his hearing disability to affect his love of football.