Burlington High senior tricaptains on target
Led by senior captains Jake Goldstein, Max Parasekevas and Joey Scali, the Red Devils won nine of their first 10 matches, including a perfect mark in Middlesex League play. Sophomore Josh Boulos has also stepped forward.
Georgetown High teeing off
In the program’s inaugural season, the Royals have not yet won a match, but appear to be gradually progressing. Senior Kevin Terban and junior Kyle Nelson have emerged as leaders and will try to use their championship pedigree — both were members of Georgetown’s 2012 Division 4 state champion baseball squad — to card a few victories.
A different look for Masconomet
The graduation of Charlie May, a two-time Division 2 state champion and the program’s all-time leading scorer now at Lehigh, has been noticeable. The Chieftains are 6-5 after a 13-1 run last fall. Junior George May, Charlie’s brother, is captaining a squad that features eight seniors, four of whom are rookies to the varsity team.
Medford gallops to another league title
The Mustangs have captured their fourth Greater Boston League title in the last five years, and have qualified for the state sectionals, which will be held on Oct. 21. At 8-5 overall, Medford has not been up to par with last fall’s 12-2 team, but senior cocaptains Connor Lonergan and Adam Gaberee have led the Mustangs to an admirable 7-1 league mark.
Crowther steering a steady ship for Newburyport
The Clippers have been steadily improving over the last three seasons, coinciding with the maturation of Brendan Crowther as a player. The returning Globe All-Scholastic won the individual title in last year’s Division 3 North sectional, and last month shot a school-record 2under-par 40 at New Meadows Golf Club in Topsfield. Newburyport has started out at 7-2 this fall after finishing 10-7 last year.
Taylor C. Snow