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BURLINGTON — For the first time since playing Stoneham four weeks ago the Burlin-gton High football team went up against an offensive juggernaut that was virtually unstoppable. And similar to that game when Stoneham scored on virtually every possession, the Red Devils couldn't stop an opposi…

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NEWTON — The Woburn High football team bounced back nicely from its humbling playoffs loss to Catholic Memorial, scoring 38 unanswered points in a 38-7 victory over Newton South, yesterday at Winkler Stadium.

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READING — In a close battle between seven and 10 seeds, the seventh-seeded Reading High field hockey team had just enough left through regulation play, two overtimes, and penalty shots to finally outlast a tough challenge and come out on top.

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ATTLEBORO — In the second half of its MIAA Division 2 state first-round playoff game with Bishop Feehan on Friday, there were not many things that went the Reading High football team’s way in the second half.

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READING — The Reading High boys' soccer team came into the tournament experiencing a scoring slump, but the Rockets ended the four-game scoreless streak in Saturday's MIAA Div. 2 state first round game, getting a goal in the second half to defeat Bedford, 1-0, at Hollingsworth Field.

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READING – For the better part of the first three quarters the Reading High field hockey team was controlling play, but gained nothing to show for its efforts. But then a big play near the end of the third quarter helped the Lady Rockets finally get on the board, and ultimately score again to…

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What at first appeared to be a simple inquiry on the golf course about promoting UMass football through its Gridiron Club to the Fenway Sports Group, turned out getting this year’s Woburn-Winchester game to be played at Fenway Park.

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BURLINGTON — If there was any silver lining with playing the top team in the league’s Freedom Division and one of the top Division 6 teams in the state, it was that the Burlington High football team battled and fought hard for three quarters and came through with by far its best offensive ga…

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ARLINGTON — Arlington High's Senior Night proved to be an incredible one for the Winchester High football team. Coming into the game winless, and having been beaten by a combined 98-6 in their previous two games, the Red & Black came to life on offense, getting big performances from seve…

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WOBURN — The Woburn High football team is looking a bit different right now than it did in September. Fortunately for the Tanners the results continue to be the same even with some new faces in the lineup due to injuries.

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Wilmington 20, Burlington 0 — Once again the Burlington High football team played hard with a good effort and made some good plays. But as has been the story throughout their season so far, the Red Devils made some mistakes, missed some chances to score, and didn’t play well enough defensive…

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Winchester freshman John Scully outdueled Reading’s Ryan Goodwin at No. 1 as Winchester snapped Reading’s unbeaten streak in a 39.5-32.5 decision in Tuesday’s Middlesex League Liberty Division title showdown at Meadow Brook Golf Club.

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ARLINGTON — The Woburn High girls' soccer team came into the season with high hopes of challenging for its first Middlesex League title of any kind, and perhaps doing some serious damage in the state tournament.

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WOBURN — While it may not have been a perfect performance, the Woburn High football team overcame some emotional and physical issues, didn’t complete a pass, and weathered a storm in the late going to still came away with an opening-game win to get its season off on the right track.

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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.