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Celtics 116, Knicks 102

Celtics pull away in second half, beat Knicks to win eighth straight

Jaylen Brown made 13 of 24 shots and had 30 points and 8 rebounds to lead the Celtics at Madison Square Garden. 36 minutes ago

canucks 3, bruins 2 (ot)

Canucks strike on power play after Bruins are whistled for too many men on the ice in overtime

Brock Boeser's second goal of the game won it for Vancouver in the fifth straight game Boston went to overtime.

red sox notebook

Red Sox plan to give outfielder Ceddanne Rafaela every opportunity to prove he belongs in the big leagues

The Red Sox' outfield configuration hinges on Rafaela. Is he ready for the big leagues? Or does he need more time at Triple A Worcester.


Christian Benteke pots three as Revolution can’t overcome early Giacomo Vrioni dismissal, drop MLS opener at D.C. United

Carles Gil struck a curling equalizer in the second half for New England, bowing to a stunned Audi Field crowd, but a night of missed D.C. opportunities was forgiven by Benteke's hat trick.


In winning state vocational title, Shawsheen boys’ hockey delivers coach Chuck Baker his 250th win

The Rams (20-1-0) scored seven unanswered goals, five in the first period, to respond to an early 1-0 deficit in a 7-1 victory over Diman at Warrior Ice Arena.

HS girls' wrestling | MIAA Division 1 All-State Championship

Amelyiah Martinez helps Lowell pin down MIAA all-state girls’ wrestling title

Martinez pinned Sharon’s Samantha Rabkin with 50 seconds left in their 235 bout to lift Lowell (52 points) to a narrow victory over Ashland (50) for the overall team title.

Celtics notebook

Consultant Jeff Van Gundy quietly making his presence felt on Celtics

Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla said that Van Gundy has been “unbelievable” as a resource and sounding board.

HS boys' wrestling | MIAA All-State Championship

Gloucester’s Michael Toppan takes down all-state title, Haverhill captures first team championship

The Gloucester 190-pounder joined his twin brother, Jayden, as an all-state champion with a 5-3 victory over Taunton's Ethan Harris; Haverhill took the team title (115 points) over Shawsheen (104.5).