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BURLINGTON — The Burlington High football team stayed close for one half before falling further behind in the late going, as Lawrence scored once in the first half, and added three more scores in the second half, to emerge with a 27-7 victory over the Red Devils, in the season-opening game f…

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WOBURN — After a 2020 season that saw so many games canceled, it was hard to award an actual Middlesex League Liberty boys' soccer champion, the coaches around the division are thrilled that things are back to normal in 2021.

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WOBURN — Overcoming an abbreviated season as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Woburn High swimming team is ecstatic about competing under relatively normal circumstances.

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WOBURN — Knowing its arch-rival, Winchester, will not be coming at them with an array of returning Middlesex League all-stars, EMass all-stars, All-State and All-New England and All-American players is enough to improve the season outlook of the Woburn High girls' soccer team.

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WOBURN — A year ago the Woburn High field hockey team was hurt by the coronavirus protocols of 11 vs. 11 play, wearing masks, no corners, and especially for the Tanners, not being able to play the Freedom Division teams which (other than Watertown) are usually very beatable squads.

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READING — After having a fairly new team last season, the Reading High girls volleyball team will welcome back 10 returning players in hopes to build off the shortened covid season.

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READING — The 2020 season was surely a lost one for the Reading High boys soccer team. Not only did the pandemic season include just 10 games, the Rockets lost five of them due to the tight restrictions which were loosened in the subsequent winter, Fall II and spring seasons.

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READING — Playing under coronavirus pandemic protocols of seven vs. seven without corners, and scheduled to play just 10 games against Liberty Division teams last fall, the Reading High field hockey team had four games cancelled due to covid issues, which reduced its already truncated season…

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WOBURN — With nine retuning players from last season’s team, the Woburn High girls volleyball looks to be in the hunt in what is an always tough Middlesex League.

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READING — Playing under coronavirus pandemic protocols of seven vs. seven without corners, and scheduled to play just 10 games against Liberty Division teams last fall, the Reading High field hockey team had four games cancelled due to covid issues, which reduced its already truncated season…

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READING — As the fall season returns to normalcy of some sorts, the Reading High girls swim team aims to embark on its drive for five consecutive Middlesex League titles. .

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WINCHESTER — It looks like it will be a challenging season ahead for the Winchester High football team, as only one player remains from the 2019 team that was just a win away from playing for a Super Bowl berth.

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WOBURN — After a year away from the program, Woburn High golf coach Brian Keeley is enthusiastic to be back on the golf course.

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BURLINGTON — The Burlington High football team culminated its first week of practices to prepare for this upcoming season with a scrimmage at Chelmsford this past Saturday. So far the team has been focused on working hard to improve but still appear to be a work in process.

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LOWELL — The Woburn Summer Tanners finally did it, they won a Northeast League game, defeating Lowell, 10-6, in a contest halted by a strange curfew rule in the sixth inning,a t Campbell Senior Field.

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BEVERLY — For the first time in four sectional tournament games over two evenings, at Harry Ball Field, pitching was the dominant trait when District 13 champion Reading played District 16 champion Peabody West.

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TYNGSBORO — It is not that frustrating, since it is summer baseball, but the Woburn Summer Tanners really thought they would have at least one win by the middle of the July.

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WOBURN — Phase one of the march to the Little League World Series was completed on Saturday afternoon as the Reading 12-year-old All-Stars captured the major baseball Little League District 13 title with an 8-3 victory over North Reading, in the final, at Weafer Park.

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READING — Erica Sanchez dedicated over a third of her life to the Reading Memorial High School Athletic Community. As the school’s athletic trainer, Sanchez often witnessed the joys of victory and the agony of defeats along her 15-year journey.

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NORTH READING — The two local teams were hoping to meet in the Little League Baseball District 13 finals. Instead, Woburn and Reading met in the semifinals, last night at Benevento Park, and it was the Rockets who will continue on the Road to Williamsport.

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BOXFORD — Although it ended in heartbreaking fashion, the Woburn High baseball team went down swinging in what turned out to be an epic ballgame with Masconomet on Monday.

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WOBURN — All season the Woburn High softball team had come through with clutch hitting, good pitching, and solid fielding to win 13 straight games. But in its first tournament game the Tanners just barely got outplayed by a 17th-seeded Billerica (10-7) squad that did everything just a little…

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READING — The Rockets welcomed back the state tournament for the first time in three years (2019 did not qualify; 2020 season cancelled) with a resounding 7-1 win over Liberty Division rival Winchester at Moscariello Ballpark.

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WINCHESTER — The Woburn High softball team has put together some big hitting displays this season. So it was fitting that in the league tournament championship game the Tanners put together their biggest offensive display yet this season.