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Yorlan Gil Herrera hoists the trophy after Swampscott beat North Reading in the Division 5 Super Bowl.

Live updates: Marblehead, North Attleborough face off for Division 3 Super Bowl

The Globe will have live updates from every Super Bowl game. 3 minutes ago

Matt Turner is the first Revolution goalkeeper named to the MLS Best XI team in the league’s 26 seasons.

Four Revolution players are named to MLS’s Best XI team

Goalkeeper Matt Turner, forward Gustavo Bou, and midfielders Tajon Buchanan and Carles Gil were accorded the end-of-season honor. 12 minutes ago

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Brandon Bolden (left) leads Patriots running backs with 31 receptions.

Why the screen pass has reemerged as a potent weapon in the Patriots offense

After struggling to gain traction in the screen game early, they have seen a vast improvement in an area that has long been a staple. 23 minutes ago

christopher l. gasper
Marcus Smart's heart and hustle are undeniable, but so is his shaky outside shooting.

The Celtics need to break up their core, and Marcus Smart is the one to go

The core of Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, and Smart looks maxed out, and Smart is the most expendable piece. 2 hours ago

ben volin | on football
In Week 11, the Colts' Jonathan Taylor rushed for 185 yards and four touchdowns in a 41-15 rout of the Bills.

Why are Josh Allen and the Bills in a funk entering Monday’s showdown vs. the Patriots?

The numbers look dominant on paper, but Buffalo actually hasn't been playing all that well since its bye week.

Baseball players were locked out by team owners after the existing working agreement expired at 11:59 p.m. Wednesday.

The MLB lockout begins: Owners start first work stoppage in 26 years as CBA expires

Major League Baseball informed the MLB Players Association that the players were being locked out, effectively turning out the lights on a business that is four months from playing regular season games.

Gary Washburn | CELTICS 88, 76ERS 87
Al Horford hounded 76ers guard Seth Curry during the second half of the Celtics' win.

In many ways, the win over the 76ers was personal for the Celtics’ Al Horford

After the 2018-19 season, Horford left Boston for Philadelphia, feeling it was a better opportunity to play for a championship.

North Reading's defense had a tough time containing Swampscott’s Xaviah Bascon.

For Xaviah Bascon and Swampscott, a second Division 5 Super Bowl win at Gillette ‘a dream come true’

Just four months after being in a back brace with spine fractures, the senior running back ran for 143 yards and threw for a touchdown as the Big Blue (12-1) topped North Reading.