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It’s state championship season. See which teams have taken home a title.

Walpole celebrates its Division 1 field hockey championship.MARK STOCKWELL FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE

This weekend marked the end of the fall sports season for many athletes in Massachusetts. Here’s a rundown of the state champions.

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Division 1: Top seed Concord-Carlisle wears down Needham to capture Division 1 boys’ soccer state title

Division 2: Joey Carney’s overtime goal against Wakefield gives Oliver Ames back-to-back Division 2 boys’ soccer state titles

Division 3: Joshua Kue’s penalty kick secures Division 3 boys’ soccer state title for Norwell with shootout win over Pembroke

Division 4: Lynnfield 1, Monomoy 0

Division 5: Westport 1, Douglas 0



Division 1: Defense stands tall as Natick shuts out Bishop Feehan to win Division 1 girls’ soccer state title

Division 2: Sydney Comeau caps career at Notre Dame (Hingham) with late goal to beat Mansfield for Division 2 girls’ soccer state title

Division 3: Norwell 1, Hanover 0

Division 4: Sutton 2, South Hadley 1

Division 5: Monson 4, Whitinsville Christian 0


Division 1: Izzy Adams strikes first, Walpole field hockey makes one goal a winner to deny Andover a three-peat in Division 1

Division 2: A steal and a score in overtime leads to Reading field hockey’s first state title

Division 3: A magnificent finish from Molly Driscoll (3 goals) propels Watertown field hockey past Newburyport for a three-peat in Division 3

Division 4: Uxbridge 4, Monomoy 0


Division 1: On her final hit, in a five-set thriller, Jojo Wang delivers Newton North girls’ volleyball a repeat championship in Division 1

Division 2: Westborough 3, Canton 0

Division 3: With Riley Huml setting the pace, Weston girls’ volleyball races past Medfield for Division 3 title

Division 4: With every ounce of energy, Ipswich girls’ volleyball nets fourth straight Division 4 championship


Division 5: Mount Greylock 3, Bourne 0


Division 1 boys: Westford’s Paul Bergeron breezes in repeat as Division 1 boys’ cross-country individual state champion

Division 1 girls: The race belonged to Cambridge’s Aoife Shovlin, but Oliver Ames claimed the Division 1 girls’ cross-country crown

Division 2 boys: Nashoba’s Adam Balewicz wins individual title; Danvers wins first team title in school history

Division 2 girls: Holliston’s Maggie Kuchman takes individual title; Wakefield wins team title

Division 3 boys: Littleton’s Timothy Rank wins individual title; Parker Charter cruises to team win

Division 3 girls: Pentucket’s Kaylie Dalgar wins individual title; Bromfield wins team title