Team of the week | Winthrop boys' tennis
Winthrop (13-3) regularly faces perennial powers Marblehead and Swampscott, but that challenging schedule prepares the Vikings well for the Division 3 North tournament.
high school notebook
The Greater Boston League made it official: It will relaunch as a five-school league in the fall of 2019.
sunday's roundup Scoreboard
A first-set comeback spurred the freshman to victory over Hanover’s Nik Ginter.
A big forehand and clutch play in big moments helped Shen pulled out a 7-6 (7-3), 6-0 win over Belmont’s Shaw Rhinelander.
The Sextants, league runners-up four years in a row, won their finale at BB&N behind Patrick Walsh’s complete game to secure another championship.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
The MIAA individual tennis tourney continues with second- and third-round play Saturday and Sunday and NEPSAC championships are scheduled for tennnis, track and water polo.
MIAA Board of Directors
The key points? Sensitivity guidelines and guidance, changing references to ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ in the handbook to ‘student-athletes,’ and listing sports by season rather than gender.
Boys' Lacrosse notebook Players of the Week
Nick Pfeifer, a 2005 Newton North graduate, took over the boys’ lacrosse team from Bussy Adam, who retired after a 39-year stint with the Tigers
A 7-0 lead with 17 minutes to go nearly disappeared, but the netminder made sure the lead stood up and earned the Colonials a piece of the Dual County League title.
Sherman, Gill help 10th-ranked Warriors post 14-12 victory over Holliston for eighth consecutive Tri-Valley League Large Division title.
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