HS FOOTBALL | BOSTON ENGLISH 36, CHARLESTOWN 28

English/New Mission wraps up Boston City League South title

CHARLESTOWN, 10/19/2018 - Takahri Hobbs, (#2) and Hakeem Olaogun, (#17) of Unbeaten Boston English celebrate aftter Hobbs scored a first half touchdown against Charleston in the Boston City League South championship game. Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe (Sports, weitzer)

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The undefeated Eagles wrapped up their first regular season as a co-op team by outlasting Charlestown.

HS FOOTBALL | west roxbury 36, techboston 28

West Roxbury topples TechBoston to win City League North

Lazarus McBean and Luis Pena make crucial connection.

HS FOOTBALL | MARBLEHEAD 10, DANVERS 7

Mason Poisson’s late field goal lifts Marblehead to Northeast crown

Poisson’s 21-yard boot with seven seconds left broke a 7-7 deadlock in a thriller against Danvers.

HS FOOTBALL | HOLLISTON 48, ASHLAND 0

Holliston, once again, takes Tri-Valley Large in a runaway

Panthers (6-0) piled up 301 yards on the ground riding backs Tristan Benson and Dylan Ibbitson.

HS FOOTBALL | OLD ROCHESTER 40, CASE 33

Tyler Noe’s kick return lifts Old Rochester

The Bulldogs edged Case in the South Coast Conference championship game.

HS FOOTBALL | NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH 14, CANTON 10

North Attleborough denies Canton

Red Rocketeers became the first team in school history to clinch a share of four consecutive Hockomock titles.

HS FOOTBALL | MASHPEE 30, ST. MARY’S 24

Mashpee pushes win streak to 27 games

The No. 10 Falcons hold off St. Mary’s of Lynn.

FRIDAY’S SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

North Andover caps undefeated season with win over Billerica

Freddy Gabin had touchdown runs of 70 and 41 yards.

FRIDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Oliver Fried, Lauren Grela win McIntyre Invitational

Dover-Sherborn runner ran a PR in the boys’ 5-kilometer race at 15:41.31.

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WEEK 7 | HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

These converted high school QBs have taken over at the helm

Quarterbacks such as Lexington’s Anthony Bianchi have transitioned from athletic position players to field generals.

WEEK 7 | HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Ten games to watch in Week 7 of the high school football season

These are 10 games to watch, plus Nate Weitzer’s predictions.

Danvers' Grace Leete serves during their volleyball game against Malden in Danvers, Mass., Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018. (Winslow Townson for The Boston Globe)

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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL NOTES

Danvers’s Grace Leete serves up grace under fire

The 5-foot-5 senior has taken over as the team’s libero and cemented herself as their best defensive and serving player.

THURSDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Bishop Feehan girls’ soccer tops Bridgewater-Raynham

No. 13 Shamrocks (11-0-1) struck for a pair of first-half goals off assists by Hailey Goodman.

Ipswich High exchange student, Rixt van der Kooi, from the Netherlands, during a field hockey game against Triton, Tuesday, October 16, 2018. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

HIGH SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY NOTES

Rixt van der Kooi finds a home in Ipswich

Tigers field hockey team has embraced 16-year-old exchange student from The Netherlands.

WEDNESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

BC High, Xaverian boys’ soccer battle to draw

The Catholic Conference rivals left league title undecided after 2-2 draw at James Cotter Field.

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/06/06/BostonGlobe.com/ReceivedContent/Images/Rinaldi07schsuper801.jpg Marc Pelletier ends 30-year run as Central Catholic baseball coach

A member of the Mass. Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame, the 1979 alum guided Raiders to 11 MVC championships.

17gsoccnotes -- Danvers junior goalie Kylie MacCormack (left) and her sister Sam, a freshman keeper at Austin Prep, are key cogs in two of the Globe's Top 20 girls soccer teams. (Matt MacCormick)

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ SOCCER NOTES

MacCormack sisters are tough to beat in net

Danvers junior Kylie and Austin Prep freshman Sam have their teams headed to the state tournament.

TUESDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Devon Breen saves tourney berth for Watertown boys’ soccer

Senior Ruben Sara scored a pair of goals and added an assist before halftime for Watertown (9-5)

MONDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Carleigh Hall sparks Dighton-Rehoboth girls’ soccer

Freshman scored lone goal for the Falcons in 1-0 home win over Greater New Bedford.

WEEK 6 | HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTES

Unbeaten Canton seeking outright Hockmock League title

Unranked Bulldogs (6-0, 4-0) primed for postseason success after going 5-6 last season.

(East Boston, MA 10/12/18) TechBoston's #3 Marcu Gonzalez runs the ball in the second quarter of their game against East Boston in East Boston. (Photo by John Wilcox for the Globe)

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WEEK 6 | PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

TechBoston’s Marcus Gonzalez headlines Week 6 Players of the Week

After starting season as a QB, Gonzalez switched to RB and rushed 26 times for 257 yards and 4 TDs in 28-12 win over East Boston.

NORTH EASTHAM, MA—10.13.18—Nauset boys varsity soccer vs Falmouth at Nauset. Sports feature on Nauset Regional, a Division 2 soccer program that is undefeated and ranked No. 1 by the Globe. Here Falmouth’s #16 Coleby Andrade weaves between Nauset players left to right, #18 Nolan Elllard and on the right #5 Sabastian Headrick. SPORTS (Photo by Steve Haines/For The Boston Globe)

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HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ SOCCER NOTES

Nauset’s success built on hard work, discipline — and camaraderie

Despite the departure of 30-goal scorer James McCully, the No. 1 Warriors have kept rolling.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Low in numbers, Malden forfeits Friday football game to Everett

Malden High principal Chris Mastrangelo: “Our program has suffered a number of injuries that has diminished the student-athletes who are available to compete.”

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS’ SOCCER

EMass boys’soccer: Chelsea’s Delmer Romero headlines Players of the Week

The electrifying junior continued his torrid season, scoring two goals in a 5-1 win over Northeast Regional.

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HS FOOTBALL | LEXINGTON 35, BELMONT 14

No stopping Lexington’s Anthony Bianchi in victory over Belmont

The senior quarterback threw three touchdown passes and ran for two more.

HS FOOTBALL | ST. JOHN’S PREP 40, BC HIGH 19

St. John’s Prep blitzes BC High with 40-point first half

Coltan Tangney returned to the lineup with a pair of interceptions as Eagles (5-1) soar in Catholic Conference matchup.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

Pope John clinches Catholic Central Small

After victory over St. John Paul II, Pope John has outscored opponents, 146-34.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Ashland senior able to realize his dream with a TD, and a Gronk spike

Owen Lively , a special needs student, scored on an untimed down at the end of the first half against Westwood Friday night.

SATURDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Ryan Oosting tops field at Bay State Invitational

Margaret Donahue was the top finisher among EMass girls.